Government Gazette | 政府憲報 | 1917

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1917.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 1.

   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 4th day of January, 1917.

   The list which was published in the Gazette of the 21st July, 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, No. 3, and which was amended by the lists published in the Gazettes of the 4th, 18th and 25th August, the 1st, 15th and 22nd September, the 6th, 20th and 27th October, the 17th November, and the 8th, 22nd and 29th December, 1916, is hereby further amended by the variation and addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto :-

SCHEDULE.

Additions to List.

ARGENTINA AND URUGUAY.

Aachen & München Insurance Company, Calle Cangallo

319, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Agence Stigler, Montevideo, Uruguay. Arnold, H., Buenos Aires, Argentina. Barbagelata, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Bernard Hermos, Calle Cangallo 315, Buenos Aires,

 

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Argentina.

Bonino, José A., Calle Rincon 456, Montevideo, Uruguay. Brito, Enrique, Rondeau 2126, Montevideo, Uruguay. Buddensieg, Juan, Calle Cangallo $45, Buenos Aires

Argentina.

Bustamante, Miguel, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Callejas, J., Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Cattaneo, Constantino, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Cevini, Luis, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Defesche, Juan, Calle Moreno 508, Buenos Aires, Argen-

tina.

Fuhrmann (H) & Company, Herrera 2260/2300; Paseo Colon 1102/1128; Calle Maipu 39 & Calle Peru 1182, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Horn & Company, San Martin 201, Buenos Aires, Argen-

tina.

Hosmann, Julio, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Melber, Leon, (of Boker & Company), Calle Alsina 261,

Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Mey, Hugo, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Meyer, D., & Company, Calle Cangallo 499, Bahia

Blanca, Argentina.

Padros, Simon, & Company, Tres Esquinas 676, Buenos

Aires, Argentina.

Panzera, Reinaldo, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Puig, Alberto, & Company, Argentina.

Robert, Pusterla & Company, Calle Belgrano; Calle

Peru 401, Buenos Aires; and Calle Urquiza 1099, Rosario, Argentina.

Schlief, Georg, Montevideo, Uruguay.

Ures, Alfredo, Montevideo, Uruguay.

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BOLIVIA.

Fuss, Alfredo, (of Hirschmann & Company), La Paz.

Joerges & Company, Calle Oruro, Potosi.

Krüger, R., & Company, Cochabamba.

"La Mariposa," La Paz.

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BRAZIL.

Beck, Ernesto, & Company, Florianopolis.

Buschmann, C., Rua Theophilo Ottoni 76, Rio de Janeiro. Cardoso, Victor Mattos, Para.

Casa Lemcke, Rua Libero Badaro 104, Sao Paulo. Chaves, J. P., Santos.

Coelho, José Ignacio, Rua da Constituicao 44, Rio de

Janeiro.

Companhia Graphica Rio Grandense, Porto Alegre.

Companhia Industrial de Ribeirao Pires, Sao Bernardo. Companhia Nacional de Café, Rua 15 de Novembro,

Santos.

Day (John) Bromberg & Company, Marechal Floriano 51; Vigario José Ignacio 19 & 21 and Rua Val Patria 24, Porto Alegre.

Dias, José Esteves, Para.

Drechsler, Max, & Company, Rua do Bon Jesus 20,

Pernambuco.

Fonseca, Vaz & Company, Rua Sao Pedro 63, Rio de

Janeiro.

Friedrichs, Werner, Rua Quinze Novembro, Para.

Haering, Fritz, Rio de Janeiro.

Laves de Moraes, José, Sao Paulo.

Leal, Anthanasio, Sao Francisco do Sul.

Leite de Fonseca, A., Rua Sao Bento 5, Rio de Janeiro. Lemcke, Henrique, Rua Libero Badaro 25, Sao Paulo. Martins, Manoel, & Company, Rio de Janeiro.

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Marx, W., (Alias Henrique Oliveira & Company, Alias Norbert Hertz," Alias D. Tyne O'Day, Alias "Mins Missen"), Rua da Alfandega 102, Rio de Janeiro.

Mattheis & Company, Rua General Camara 69-71, Rio

de Janeiro.

Melcher, Conrado, & Company, Rua Sao Bento 40, Sao

Paulo.

Mins Missen" (see W. Marx).

"Norbert Hertz" (see W. Marx).

Nossack & Company, Rua Frei Gaspar 22, Santos.

O'Day, D. Tyne, (see W. Marx).

Oliva, J., Sao Paulo.

Oliveira, Eduardo, Santos.

Oliveira, Henrique, & Company (see W. Marx).

Ribeiro, Trajano, (Jordan Gerken & Company), Sao

Francisco do Sul.

Schmidt, Trost & Company, Rua Santo Antonio 5, Santos; Rua Alvares Penteado & Caixa 153, Sao Paulo.

Silva (Da), Domingos & Company, Rua Sao Bento 28A,

Sao Paulo.

Trinks, Peter, & Company, Rua de Santo 38, Santos., Vaz, José, Rua Sao Pedro 65, Rio de Janeiro.

Voelcker, Luis, & Company, Porto Alegre.

Warnecke, Hermann, & Company, Rua Direita 9, Sao

Paulo.

Werner, Hilpert & Company, Rua da Alfandega 99-101,

104, & 108, Rio de Janeiro.

Woebcke, Gustav, Porto Alegre.

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CHILE.

Alvarez, José Reinaldo, Coquimbo.

Blackadder, Guillermo, Iquique.

Bonder, Victor, Concepcion.

Chaparra, Luis A., Iquique.

Carrasco, Justiniano, (Timmermann & Company), Val-

paraiso and Santiago.

Lillo, Guillermo, Antofagasta.

Lopez Loayza, Alfredo, Iquique.

Plesch, Julio, B. Arana 281, Concepcion..

Vega, Luis S., Iquique.

COLOMBIA,

Botica Alemana.

Dissel (van), Rode & Company, Cucuta.

Gieseken, Ludwig, & Company, Barranquilla. Illers, Juan D., Barranquilla.

Matos, Vicente, Barranquilla.

Nobmann & Company, Barranquilla. Strauss, Georg, & Company, Barranquilla. Wilson Cook, W., Cucuta.

DENMARK.

Anita Produce Company A/S., Sofievej 2, Copenhagen. Christensen & Thøgersen, Grønningen 1, Copenhagen. Continental Handels & Transit Aktieselskab, Vimmels-

kaftet 42, Copenhagen.

Gad, Th. Clausen, Havnegade 45; Vesterbrogade 12;

and Frederiksberg Allé 19A, iii, Copenhagen. Haubroe, L., & Company A/S., Holbergsgade 8, Copen-

hagen.

Henius, Emil, Vestervoldgade 31;

Grønningen 15;

Bernstorffsgade 21, (formerly of Christian IX's Gade), Copenhagen.

Holm, Ulrich C., Vimmelskaftet 42, Copenhagen.

Interchange Limited A/S., (manager E. U. Landgraff),

Holbergsgade 3, Copenhagen.

Jensen & Hoeck, Amaliegade 36, Copenhagen.

Landgraff, E. U., B.W., or E. M., (of Interchange Limited

A/S.,), Holbergsgade 3, Copenhagen.

Schacke, Julius, Knabrostraede 1, Copenhagen. Streit, Carl, Aalborg and Esbjerg.

ECUADOR.

Delius, A. H., Quito.

Brauer, Leopold M., Quito.

Bucram, M., (or Bucaram), Quito.

Hinnaouih, Bachir, Quito.

Muller, Jorge, Quito.

Rahim, Abdul, Quito.

Reimers, Edgar, Quito.

Schroeter, Wihelm, Quito.

Uscocovich, Gregorio, Bahia de Caráquez.

Webber, Carlos, Quito.

GREECE.

Achaia Wine Company (Société Vinicole Allemande),

Gutland, Patras.

Akif, Hassan, & Company, Salonika.

Asseo, Jacob, Yildiz Han 11, Salonika.

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Charamis, Panayiotis, Piraeus.

Cohen, Mordoh & Company, Kasmindji Han, Salonika. Cohen, Simando, Piraeus.

Fabrique de Tabacs et Cigarettes Macedoniennes, Salo-

nika.

Fenyves, Philip, Teldji Han 18, Salonika.

International Magnesit Werken, Gerekari, Euboea. Maroulis, Alexander, & Company, Salonika.

Mayer & Company, Salonika.

Mazzino, A. J., Syra.

Miceli, E., & C. B. Xanthos, 20, Place de la Liberté, Athens.

Société Anonyme d'Entreprises Commerciales, Koloko-

tronis Street, Piraeus.

Stein's Oriental Stores, Limited, Salonika. Stuermer, Max, Candia, Crete.

Zachariou, John, Rethymo, Crete.

Zachariou, Peter, & Son, Rethymo, Crete.

Zirini Brothers, (John, Basil & George Zirini), Xanthi.

JAPAN.

Griebel, P., (P. Greeble), No. 40, Kobe; P.O. Box No.

226, Kobe.

Irisu Shokwai, (C. Illies & Co.), No. 54, Yokohama; No. 12, Bund, Kobe; No. 15, Tsukiji, Tokyo; No. 40, Kitahama 3 chome, Osaka: also at Moji.

Yokichi Sakakibara, No. 5, Kobiki-cho, 1 chome, Kyoba-

shi-ku, Tokyo.

Castelvi, Manuel.

Comercio Español.

Exposite, Felix.

Gonzalez, Justo.

LIBERIA.*

Gumera, Salvador Serra.

Harmon, S. H., Junior.

Peinate, Augustin.

Valle, Arsenio.

MOROCCO.*

Azulay, Solomon David, Alcazar.

Benchetrit, Moses, Tangier.

Cohen, Aaron S., Tangier.

Meier, Max, Tangier.

Mora, Juan, Laraiche.

Mora, Ricardo, Tangier.

Sananes, Samuel A., Tangier. Thum, R., Laraiche.

Villalta, Dr. Arcadis, Arzila.

NOTE. The name of the firm with which trading is prohibited by the Order of 29th of February, 1916, is Moses Abitbol & Sons, Laraiche. The firm of M. Abitbol et Fils Ainé (Comptoir Commer- cial Français de l'Afrique du Nord), of 41, Boulvard National, Oran, has not been placed on the Statutory List, and trading with that firm is not prohibited.

NETHERLANDS.

Adler & Oppenheimer, N. V., Prinsensgracht 379, Ams-

terdam.

Amsterdam Import Kantoor, Koningsplein 14, Amster-

dam.

Calkoen & Company, Rokin, 92-96, Amsterdam.

Esslerk Limited, Gelderschekade 21; Witte Huis, Wijn-

haven 3; and Koningsteeg 1, Rotterdam.

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Fortuin Hzn., A. J., Keizersgracht 372, Amsterdam. Goldmuntz, (Joe, Paul, Max, Romi Leon & Michel),

Amsterdam, & Scheveningen.

Haersolte, H. Van, Goudscherijweg 91a-95, Rotterdam. Haller, C., Vondelstraat 152, Amsterdam. "Hollandia" Textiel Maatschappy, Enschede.

Klostermann, Bernard, Willemsparkweg 181, Amsterdam. Nederlandsche Maatschappy voor Overzee Commissie-

handel, Weesperzijde 89, Amsterdam.

Orenstein & Koppel, N. Z. Voorburgwal 227, Amster-

dam.

Ouden, J. H. den, Watergraafsmeer, & Fredriksplein 45,

Amsterdam.

Pols Pz., H. van der, Clemensstraat 60A, and Wolphaert-

str. 2A, Rotterdam.

Praag Sigaar, S. van, Keizersgracht 137, Amsterdam. Roemer, van de, & Company, Hondiusstraat 10b, Rotter-

dam.

Swartberg, Leon, & Company, Vijverhofstraat 147A, Rot-

terdam.

Wouden, G. van der, Keizersgracht 203, Amsterdam. Ykel, D., Frederiksplein 12, Amsterdam, (formerly of

Hoogendijk 112, Zaandam).

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

Ehrenpreis, E. J., Sourabaya.

Gelder, R. van, Bandjermasin.

Ho Heng San, Menado.

Hollandsche Handel Maatschappij, Batavia.

Hoynok van Papendrecht, Ch., Weltevreden.

Janssen van Raaij, H. J. C., Batavia.

Magazyn de Vlijt, Bandoeng.

Sato, S., Macassar.

Scei Kha Seng, Menado.

Tabak Maatschappij Krikilan, Djember.

Taenzer & Company, E., Cheribon.

Verdouw, J. C., Macassar.

Vuyk, M. W., Sourabaya.

Weissberg, S., Bandoeng.

NORWAY.

Bröchner, August, c/o Alfred Michels, Toldbodgaten 11,

Christiania.

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Clausen, C., & Company, Grubbegate 8, Christiania. Falkum Lys & Saepefabrik (Proprietor A. Johnsen),

Skien.

Hammer & Lindstad, Raadhusgaten 20, Christiania.

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Haugar" Hermetikfabriken, Haugesund.

Hjelte, C. J., Tordenskjoldsgate 11, Christiania.

Juul, Niels & Company, Kongensgt. 2, Christiania.

Larsen, Gerh. L., Skippergt. 20, Christiania.

Melbye, H. C. A., Kongensgt. 31, Christiania.

Michels, Alfred, Toldbodgaten 11, Christiania. "Noitral" A/S., Stavanger.

Noreng, Helge, Tomtegate 10, Christiania, & Fre-

derikstad.

Rieber, G. C., & Company A/S., C. Sundtgst. 29 & 35,

Bergen.

Riebers Filial A/S., O. Tryggvg. 6, & Fjordg. 46-48,

Trondhjem.

Schimmelpfeng, W., Auskunftei, Prinsensgt. 12, Chris-

tiania.

Stensrud, Einar, Skien.

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Troye, Johan, A/S., Nordnegst. 11, Bergen.

Weincke, A., Bygdø Allé 9, & Behrensgate 7, Christiania. Wiencke, Hermann, Tordenskjoldsgade 2, & Behrensgate

7, Christiania.

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PERSIA.*

Ghafar Bonakdar, Ispahan.

Intadalieh, Ispahan.

Ghafar Itadalieh, Ispahan.

PERU.

Modenesi, Fernando, Lima.

Umlauff, B., Lima.

PORTUGUESE EAST AFRICA.*

Azevedo, Ibo.

SPAIN

Ballestero, Eugenio, Barquillo 26, Madrid.

Bonitz Hermanos, (La Perse-Verancia Oxide Factory), Callejon de Reboul, Malaga, & Pelusa near Malaga.

Burmester, Franz Ferdinand, Arenal 60, Vigo.

Cardona, Amador, Calle Victoria, Vigo.

Cubelo, José Diaz, Las Palmas, Grand Canary.

"Diario Malagueño," Malaga.

"Echo de Galicia," Corruna.

Graf y Hohl, Adolfo, Calle de Mariana Pineda 14 and 16,

Madrid.

Langen & Company, Paseo de Gracia 73; Calle Diputa- cion 258, Barcelona; and Hortaleza 17, Madrid. Lewin, Benito, Apartado 210, Bilbao; and Chalet Urguyo,

Las Arenas.

Pfluger, Johan, Las Palmas, Grand Canary.

Rautzenberg, Guillermo, Calle Marqués de Cubas, Madrid. Ribot, Miguel, Plaza de la Merced, 2, segundo, Barcelona. Schaefer, Dr. E., Pasaje de la Paz 10bis, Barcelona. Serra, Joaquin, Plaza Hurinera, Reus, and Plaza Olozaga,

Tarragona.

Siderurgia y Maquinaria. Extranjera, Calle Martinez

Cubells 10, Valencia.

Visconti Morati, Francisco, Alicante.

SWEDEN.

Artberg, Eskil, Birgerjarlsgatan 6, Stockholm. Ekner, Albin, Surbrunnsgatan 6, Gothenburg. Gotthardt, Herman, Jörgen Kocksg. 4, Malmö.

Japanska Magazinet, Birgerjarlsgatan 6, Stockholm.

Johannsen, Nikolai, Skeppsbron 18, Stockholm.

Kjellberg, J. A., & Sonner, Ö. Hamngatan 19, Gothen-

burg.

Malmö Kork fabriks (A/B.), Friisg. 6, Malmö.

Moser, Eugen, Odeng. 22, Stockholm.

Nordiske Gummifabrik (A/B.), Trälleborg.

Prytz Theimport, Kungsportsplatsen 2, Gothenburg.

Schlasberg, Henning & Company, Landskrona.

Seiden, H., Vallingatan 37, Stockholm.

"Standard" Industri (A/B.), Gustav Adolf's Torg 15,

Stockholm.

Sveriges Forenade Konservfabriker (A/B.), Hamngatan

2 and Garda, Gothenburg.

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VENEZUELA.

Baralt, A. Miguel, Maracaibo.

Belloso V., Jesus, Maracaibo.

Dalla Costa, Ventura Bertran, Cuidad Bolivar.

Dubuc, A., Maracaibo.

Garcia Delepiani, M., Cuidad Bolivar.

Juncal, Fernando, Cuidad Bolivar.

Maury, José Ventura, Maracaibo.

Nuñez, Pompilio, Cuidad Bolivar. Pineda & Ojeda, La Guayra.

Ramirez, Ismael, San Cristobal.

Ramirez, José, Cuidad Bolivar.

Valentiner, Behrens & Company, Caracas; Puerto Cabello

and La Guayra.

Willson Cook, W., Maracaibo and San Cristobal.

Removals from List.

BRAZIL.

Vianna, Elyseo, Rua 15 de Novembro, Pernambuco.

CHILE.

Vargas, Leonidas, Antofagasta.

ECUADOR.

Heinert, Leonard, Guayaquil.

MOROCCO.

Afergan, David, Laraiche.

Benizri, Rafael, Laraiche.

NETHERLANDS.

Dam, C. W. H. van, & Company, Rivierstr. 7a, Rotterdam. Goldschmeding, G. A., Kalverstraat 56, Amsterdam.

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

Kina Cultuur Maatschappij.

PERSIA.

Sadie, Afshar, Yezd.

PORTUGUESE EAST AFRICA.

Da Souza, Luiz Moreira, Palma; Ibo and Porto Amelia. De Sousa, Bismark, Palma; Ibo and Porto Amelia. Habib, Jacob, Porto Amelia; Palma and Ibo.

Ismail Juma, Porto Amelia; Palma and Ibo. Mozambique Whaling Company.

PORTUGUESE WEST AFRICA, PORTUGUESE GUINEA, FERNANDO PO AND RIO MUNI.

Perez y Mora, Fernando Po.

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SPAIN.

Navarro, Salvador (Sucesor de Navarro y Capo), Rambla

Capuchinos 8 & 10, Barcelona.

Salvador Hermanos, Falcó 10, Castellon.

Valls, Hijos de Magin, Barcelona.

SWEDEN.

Abrahamsson, Runö, Kungsträdgardsg. 4, Stockholm.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

Bunge, Mauricio, (of Maclaren & Gentles, Inc.).

URUGUAY.

Bonino, E., & Schroeder, E. A., Misiones 1467, Montevi-

deo.

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Variations in List.

Corrections in the names and alterations in and additions to addresses of the persons or firms whose names have been already published on the respective dates shown in the margin are made as under :---

ARGENTINA AND URUGUAY.

8 August, 1916.--Castillo, Gerardo,

Uruguay,

should read

Montevideo,

8 August, 1916. Castillo y Morales, Montevideo,

Uruguay.

24 March, 1916.-Kropp & Company, Piedras 1448 and Rivadavia 751-761, Buenos Aires, Argentina; and Cerrito 513, (formerly of Misiones 158), Montevideo, Uruguay.

24 March, 1916.-Rabe, Walder & Company, 25 de Mayo 694, (formerly of Misiones 1373), Montevideo, Uruguay.

24 March, 1916.-Wagenknecht, E., & Company, 25 de Agosto 422, (formerly of Cerro Largo 791), Mon- tevideo, Uruguay.

BRAZIL.

8 August, 1916.--Campos, Alexandre &

& Company, Uberaba near Sao Paulo.

24 March, 1916-Scholz, Waldemar, Manaos.

CHILE.

18 May, 1916.--Lange & Company, Casilla 953, Val-

paraiso; and Concepcion.

DENMARK.

9 May, 1916.--Jensen, Albert, Kalvebod Brygge 2,

Copenhagen.

JAPAN.

9 May, 1916.-Siemens Schückert Denki Kabushiki Kaisha, 65 Bojima Hamadori, Osaka; 48 Akashicho Tsukiji, Tokyo; 130 Tsutsui-cho, Kobe; Moji and Dairen.

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NETHERLANDS.

8 August, 1916.-Bergsma, Argentuur & Commissie- handel, (H. J. L. Verhoeven), Reguliersgracht 28, Amsterdam.

22 August, 1916.---Hollandia Export Company, Postbus

497 and Keerweerlaan 21, Rotterdam.

8 September, 1916.-Loo, J. Van, & Company, (cover for Roland Transport A/G), Kromme Waal 22, Amsterdam, and Leuvehaven 32, Rotterdam.

8 September, 1916.-Schnitzer Gebroeders, Gelders-

chestraat 2, Rotterdam.

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

18 July, 1916.-Technische Bureau Gebr. Altmann,

Bandoeng.

10 November, 1916.-Lay Kum Sun, Dentist, Macassar,

should read

10 November, 1916.-Lay Kum Sun Denties, Macassar.

NORWAY.

30 June, 1916.-Aanensen, Philip S., Christiansand.

PORTUGAL.

18 May, 1916.--Peres, Vasco Manoel da Costa (alias Manoel Peres), Escadinhas Damasceno Monteiro 18, Lisbon.

SPAIN.

8 August, 1916.-Baget José, Plaza Hurinera, Reus ;

and Tarragona,

should also read

8 August, 1916.--Baget y Laitotas, José,

Baget y Jornet, José,

(Plaza Hurinera,

Reus: Tarragona.

and

8 August, 1916.---Gil, Juan, Paseo de Colon 19 and

Chatelar 9, Seville.

29 Febuary, 1916.--Gutierrez, Leopoldo, Mendizabel 47,

Madrid.

15 June, 1916.-Sociedad Española Anonima Para Fas bricación de Perlas Imitacion, Calle Diputacion 87, 91, 108 and 110, Barcelona,

should read

15 June, 1916.-Industria Española de Perlas Imitación,

Calle Diputacion 87, 91, 108 and 110, Barcelona. 24 March, 1916.--Lenze, Carlos, Calle Colón 13, Val-

encia.

8 August, 1916.-Lluch, y Cia, Paseo de Gracia 51,

Barcelona.

8 August, 1916.--Lluch y Vinals, Salvador, Paseo de

Gracia 51, Barcelona.

24 March, 1916.-Meyer y Bacharach, Calle Serrano y

Grao and Calle Colón 36, Valencia; and Malaga.

SWEDEN.

29 February, 1916.-Kronans Droghandel, (Gustaf

Berntsröm), Korsgatan 3, Gothenburg.

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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

18 July, 1916.--Norfolk Smelting Company, West Nor-

folk, Virginia; and 61 Broadway, New York.

VENEZUELA.

22 August, 1916.-Diaz L., Alfredo, La Guayra.

22 August, 1916.-Otamendi & Company, Curaçao and

Maracaibo.

22 August, 1916.-Steinvorth & Company, Maracaibo

and San Cristobal.

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

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

4th January, 1917.

*NOTE (1).--Under the Trading with the Enemy Proclamations of the 25th June and 10th Novem- ber, 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 Liberia, Persia, Morocco or Portuguese East Africa, and consequently it is an offence to trade with any person or body of persons of enemy nationality, resident or carrying on business in Liberia, Persia, 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.

NOTE (2).-Where a firm named in the List has more than one branch in the same country, all branches in that country are held to be included in the List even in cases where no address, or of several addresses one only is specifically mentioned.

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NOTE (3). The above additions, removals and variations were made in the United Kingdom on the 10th November, 1916, with the exception of the additions in the case of Japan and of the addi- tions and removal in the case of the Netherland East Indies, respectively, which were made on the 8th December, 1916.

NOTE (4). The dates which appear opposite to the names in the variations are the dates on which the respective names in question were added to the Statutory List in the United Kingdom.

NOTE (5).- 11th November" in Note (2) to the Order in Council published in the Hongkong Gazette of the 8th December, 1916, should read 10th December.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 2. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. G. C. MoxoN to be a 2nd Lieutenant in the Hongkong Volunteer Reserve, with effect from the 27th December, 1916.

3rd January, 1917.

No. 3. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. ROGER EDWARD LINDSELL to be a Member of the Board of Examiners, with effect from the 30th December, 1916.

3rd January, 1917.

No. 4. In the constitution of the Board of Examiners, published in Government Notification No. 539 of the 15th December, 1916, the "Chief Assistant" to the Secretary for Chinese Affairs should be deleted and the "Second Assistant" substituted therefor.

3rd January, 1917.

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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

18 July, 1916.--Norfolk Smelting Company, West Nor-

folk, Virginia; and 61 Broadway, New York.

VENEZUELA.

22 August, 1916.-Diaz L., Alfredo, La Guayra.

22 August, 1916.-Otamendi & Company, Curaçao and

Maracaibo.

22 August, 1916.-Steinvorth & Company, Maracaibo

and San Cristobal.

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

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

4th January, 1917.

*NOTE (1).--Under the Trading with the Enemy Proclamations of the 25th June and 10th Novem- ber, 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 Liberia, Persia, Morocco or Portuguese East Africa, and consequently it is an offence to trade with any person or body of persons of enemy nationality, resident or carrying on business in Liberia, Persia, 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.

NOTE (2).-Where a firm named in the List has more than one branch in the same country, all branches in that country are held to be included in the List even in cases where no address, or of several addresses one only is specifically mentioned.

·

NOTE (3). The above additions, removals and variations were made in the United Kingdom on the 10th November, 1916, with the exception of the additions in the case of Japan and of the addi- tions and removal in the case of the Netherland East Indies, respectively, which were made on the 8th December, 1916.

NOTE (4). The dates which appear opposite to the names in the variations are the dates on which the respective names in question were added to the Statutory List in the United Kingdom.

NOTE (5).- 11th November" in Note (2) to the Order in Council published in the Hongkong Gazette of the 8th December, 1916, should read 10th December.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 2. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. G. C. MoxoN to be a 2nd Lieutenant in the Hongkong Volunteer Reserve, with effect from the 27th December, 1916.

3rd January, 1917.

No. 3. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. ROGER EDWARD LINDSELL to be a Member of the Board of Examiners, with effect from the 30th December, 1916.

3rd January, 1917.

No. 4. In the constitution of the Board of Examiners, published in Government Notification No. 539 of the 15th December, 1916, the "Chief Assistant" to the Secretary for Chinese Affairs should be deleted and the "Second Assistant" substituted therefor.

3rd January, 1917.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1917.

NOTICES.

TREASURY.

No. 5.-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 1917 are payable in advance on or before the 31st January, 1917.

   If any person shall fail to pay such Rates on or before the 28th February, 1917, proceedings 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.

2nd January, 1917.

A. M. THOMSON, Treasurer.

}

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 6. 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.

Period of

Class in which

Name of Owner.

Renewal.

renewed.

No. 22 of 7th May, 1902.

1902.

Kwong Chi Koon Dispensary, 7th May, 1930.

Cheong Lan Street, Canton,

19, Queen's Road Central, Victoria, Hongkong.

Government Notification No. 204 of the 6th May, 1916, is hereby cancelled.

4th January, 1917.

E. CARPMAEL,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

LAND OFFICE.

    No. 7.-It is hereby notified for general information that the Memorial of Re- entry by the Government on Kowloon Inland Lot No. 935 has been registered according

to law.

3rd January, 1917.

P. JACKS,

Land Officer.

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1917.4

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

   No. 8.--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 Wednesday, the 24th day of January, 1917, to be observed as a General Holiday.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

11th January, 1917.

NOTICES.

A. GM FLETCHER, Clerk of Councils.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 9. The following additional list of firms which are being wound up under the Trading with the Enemy Amendment Act, 1916, is published for general informa- tion. The previous lists appeared in the Gazettes of the 20th April, 5th, 19th, and 26th May, 9th, 23rd, and 30th June, 7th and 28th July, 4th, 11th, and 25th August, 15th, 22nd, and 29th September, 6th, 20th and 27th October, 17th November, and the 15th and 29th December, 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:

357. Radium Limited, 93, Mortimer Street, London, W., Dealers in Radium Preparations. Controller: C. R. Beeby, 66, Basinghall Street, London, E.C. 7 November, 1916.

358. Corner and Co. Limited, 83, St. Paul's Churchyard, London, E.C., Transfer Manufacturers and Dealers and Luminous and Glass Sign Makers, Con- troller: Peter Leask, St. Mildred Court, Bank, London, E.C. ber, 1916.

7 Novem-

359. Milnes Daimler Mercédès Limited, 135, Long Acre, London, W.C., Motor Car Company. Controller: F. G. van de Linde, 4, Fenchurch Avenue, London, E.C. 7 November, 1916.

360. Lynn and Hamburg Steamship Co. Limited, Alexander Dock, King's Lynn, Steamship Company. Controller: H. P. Gould, 8, Upper King Street, Norwich. 6 November, 1916.

361. Gaudig and Blum, 61, Queen Street, London, E.C., Furriers. Controller : Stephen Pagden Child, 36 and 37, Queen Street, London, E.C. 9 Novem- ber, 1916.

362. Aug. Brehmer, 12, City Road, London, E.C., Dealers in Bookbinding Machines. Controller: James Edward Wilson, 28, Basinghall Street, London, E.C. 9 November, 1916.

363. Banbury and Co., 49, Howard Road, Stoke Newington, London, N., Doll

Manufacturers. Controller :

Controller: Charles James March, 23, Queen Victoria Street, London, E.C. 13 November, 1916.

364. Meyer Axelrad, 40, Queen Street, London, E.C., Fur and Skin Merchant. Controller: Stephen Pagden Child, 36 and 37, Queen Street, London, E.C. 13 November, 1916.

365. Otto Konig and Co., 27, Cross Street, Finsbury Pavement, London, E.C., Paper and Colour Merchants and Agents. Controller: Ernest James, 48, Gresham Street, London, E.C. 13 November, 1916.

  The following Amended Notice is substituted for that published in the Gazette of the 29th December, 1916.

356. Bosch Magneto Co. Limited, 204, Tottenham Court Road, London, W., Manufacturers of Magnetos. Controller: A. E. Woodington, 5, Philpot Lane, London, E.C. 4 November, 1916.

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No. 10. 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 Wednesday, the 24th January, 1917.0

CLAUD SEVERN,

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Colonial Secretary.

12th January, 1917:

No. 11. Financial Statement for the month of October, 1916.

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE:

TREASURY.

Balance of Assets and Liabilities on 30th September, 1916, Revenue from 1st to 31st October, 1916,

Expenditure from 1st to 31st October, 1916,

Balance,...

...$ 1,521,794.53 1,315,179.65

2

2,836,9-4.18 = 1,230,523.85, .

1,606,450.33

Assets and Liabilities on the 31st October, 1916.

LIABILITIES.

Deposits not Available,

House Service Account,

Postal Agencies,

Total Liabilities,....

Balance,.........

C.

ASSETS.

736,740.35

Subsidiary Coins,

655,060.23

3,106.08

Advances,

87,868.72

15,266.86

Imprest,

36,850.00

Crown Agents' Deposit Account,

694,384.26

Unallocated Stores, (P.W.D.),

290,306.32

Unallocated Stores, (Railway),

96,652.90

Balance, Bank,

464,314.62

755,113.29

1,606,450.33

Crown Agents' Current Account, Exchange,

35,992.91

133.66

TOTAL,.....$2,361,563.62

8th January, 1917.

TOTAL,......

2,361,563.62

A. M. THOMSON,

Treasurer.

SUPREME COURT.

No. 12. It is hereby notified that the name of the KUNG WO CHEONG COMPANY, LIMITED, has been struck off the Register.

12th January, 1917.

HUGH A. NIsbet,

Registrar of Companies.

LAND OFFICE.

No. 13. It is hereby notified for general information that the Cancellation of the Memorial of Re-entry by the Crown on Lot No. 2251 Survey District IV New Kowloon in the New Territories has been registered according to law.

9th January, 1917.

P. JACKS,

Land Officer,

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 12, 1917.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

No. 14.-Extract of Meteorological Observations made at the Royal Observatory, Hongkong, during the month of December, 1916.

BARO-

METER

TEMPERATURE.

HUMIDITY.

WIND.

DATE.

AT

CLOUDI- SUN-

NESS. SHINE.

RAIN.

M.S.L.

Min. Max. Mean.

Rel. Abs.

Dir.

Vel.

ins.

9

p. c.

ins.

p. c.

hrs.

ins.

Points. Miles

p.h.

I,

30.25

63.0

57.8

50.4

35

0.17

15

10. I

N by E 10.2

2,

3,

***

.23

65.2

58.8 52.6 37

.19

2

9.9

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9.4

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68.4 61.0

52.8

34

.18

I

9.5

N

7.5

+,

.14

70.5

63.0

.26

55.4

44

9.6

...

NW by W

5.1

5,

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.07

72.3

64.7

58.1

52

.32

43

8.9

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6.1

6,

.05

73.5

66.6

61.5

69

.45

28

8.8

E by S

9.9

7,

.09

72.8

67.5 63.5

75

.50

34

8.8

E by S

12.1

8,

.14

76.4

60.0 67.2

50

.33

15

9.5

NE

8.4.

9,

.17

67.3

61.7

55.0

52

.29

IO

9.5

10,

.15

67.2

60.0

52.4

48

.25

4

9.9

...

[1,

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66.6

60.1

53.8

59

.31

18

9.2

12,

.13

62.9

60.5

54.9

71

.38

38

8.1

N by E N by E

NW by W 5.4.

E by N 16.2

7.2

7.2

13,

.12

72.6

66.I

61.6 65

.42

8

9.9

E by N 11.9

14,

.13

72.6

66.4

59.1 42

.28

:.

9.9

N by E

7.7

15,

.19

66.0 59.8

53.3

49

.26

7

9.6

NNE

7.7

16,

.15

66.9 60.4

53.8

52

.28

19

9.4

NNE

5.9

17,

.09

66.3

61.3

56.2 70

·38

22

9.3

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7.7

18,

73.9 .02

66.8 60.0

·43

77

1.8

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5.8

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.03

20,

70.5 67.6 .07

67.4

64.6

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.30

99

0.2

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6.4

64.2 61.7

57

.34

100

0.5

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9.6

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.10

67.1

63.9

61.6

72

.43

100

E

13.4.

22,

.08

65.7

63.3

61.3

77

.45

100

0.6

E by S 14.2

231

.02

67.9

64.1

61.0

70

.42

97

1.0

0.050

E

14.6

24,

29.99

68.6

65.2

63.5

73

·46

44

9.1

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16.4

25,

30.06

71.9

66.2

63.3 66

.42

9

9.6

E by S 14.9

26,

.13

64.2

61.7 60.1

74

.41

79

5-5

E

17.7

27,

.14

61.3 60.4

58.9

74

.39

88

1.5

E by N 16.4

28,

.15

62.3

60.0 58.9 74

.38

95

3.9

E by N 21.1

29, 30,

31,

.07

65.3 61.4 58.1

76

.41

97

0.5

E by S 11.7

.06

65.7

59.5 54.1

68

.35

77

8.0

NNW

5.3.

.I I

63.7

59.2

54.9

71

.36

77

6.9

E by S

8.5

Sum.

Sum.

Mean.

30.11

67.9

62.8

57.9

60

0.35

45

209.0

0.050

ENE

10.4

  Maximum,. Mean,

Minimum,

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

30.23 30.17

30.08 64.2

71.2 66.2 62.6 67.6

58.8

62.4

80

67 58.5

.39

54.0

52

انی

82

254.4

4.900

15.1

52

176.7

1.226

ENE

12.I

.29

2 I

71.9

0.000

...

9.I

    The rainfall for the month of December at the Botanical Gardens was Oins. 08 on 1 day, at the Matilda Hospital, Mount Kellett, it was 0ins.04 on 1 day, and at the Police Station, Taipo, it was 0ins. 03 on 1 day.

T. F. CLAXTON,

6th January, 1917.

Director.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 19, 1917.

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PROCLAMATIONS.

   No. 15. 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 RI.

HEREAS 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 date hereof, subject as hereinafter provided, the importation into the United Kingdom of the following goods is hereby prohibited, viz.:-

Jewellery and all manufactures of gold and silver other than watches and watch

cases.

   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. 11) Proclamation, 1916.

Given at Our Court at Buckingham Palace, this Sixteenth day of November, in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred and sixteen, and in the Seventh year of Our Reign.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

NOTE: Previous proclamations were published in the Hongkong Gazettes of the 7th April, 19th May, 9th and 30th June, 21st July, 25th August, 22nd September, 6th October, and 17th November, 1916. Proclamations have also been issued prohibiting the importation into the United Kingdom of Belgian Bank Notes, Unset Diamonds, and Cocaine and Opium.

   No. 16. 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.

WHEREAS, 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

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·

PROCLAMATIONS.

   No. 15. 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 RI.

HEREAS 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 date hereof, subject as hereinafter provided, the importation into the United Kingdom of the following goods is hereby prohibited, viz.:-

Jewellery and all manufactures of gold and silver other than watches and watch

cases.

   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. 11) Proclamation, 1916.

Given at Our Court at Buckingham Palace, this Sixteenth day of November, in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred and sixteen, and in the Seventh year of Our Reign.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

NOTE: Previous proclamations were published in the Hongkong Gazettes of the 7th April, 19th May, 9th and 30th June, 21st July, 25th August, 22nd September, 6th October, and 17th November, 1916. Proclamations have also been issued prohibiting the importation into the United Kingdom of Belgian Bank Notes, Unset Diamonds, and Cocaine and Opium.

   No. 16. 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.

WHEREAS, 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

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  Whereas, on the 27th day of January, 1916, the 12th day of April, 1916, the 27th day of June, 1916, and the 3rd day of October, 1916, We did, by Our Royal Proclama- tions of those dates, make certain additions to and modifications in the said list of articles to be treated as contraband; and

Whereas it is expedient to make certain further additions to 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 Qur Royal Proclamations aforementioned:---

Diamonds suitable for industrial purposes.

Silk in all forms and the manufactures thereof; silk cocoons. Artificial silk and the manufactures thereof.

Quillaia bark.

Zirconium, cerium, thorium, and all alloys and compounds thereof. Zirconia and monazite sand.

  And We do hereby further declare that, as from this date, the following amendments shall be made in Schedule 1 of Our Royal Proclamation of the 14th day of October, 1915, aforementioned :---

For item 4, "emery, corundum, natural and artificial (alundum), and carborun- dum in all forms," there shall be substituted "emery, corundum, car- borundum, and all other abrasive materials whether natural or artificial, and the manufactures thereof."

  And We do hereby further declare that, as from this date, the following amendments shall be made in Our Royal Proclamation of the 12th day of April, 1916, aforemen- tioned :--

66

For "gold, silver, paper money, and all negotiable instruments and realisable securities, there shall be substituted gold, silver, paper money, securities, negotiable instruments, cheques, drafts, orders, warrants, coupons, letters of credit delegation or advice, credit and debit notes, or other documents, which in themselves, or if completed, or if acted upon by the recipient, authorise, confirm, or give effect to the transfer of money, credit, or securities."

""

  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 to Our Royal Proclamations aforementioned :----

Sponges, raw and prepared.

Glue, gelatine, and substances used in the manufacture thereof. Empty barrels and casks of all kinds and their component parts.

Given at Our Court, at Buckingham Palace, this Twenty-third day of November, in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred and sixteen, and in the Seventh year of Our Reign.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

*

 NOTE:----The dates of the publication in the Hongkong Gazette of the various contraband proclama. tions now in force are as follows:-

Date of proclamation.

14th October, 1915.

27th January, 1916.

12th April, 1916. 27th June, 1916. 3rd October, 1916.

23rd November, 1916.

Date of Hongkong Gazette.

22nd October, 1915. 24th March, 1916.

9th June, 1916. 25th August, 1916. 17th November, 1916.

19th January, 1917.

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

*

No. 17.

   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 January, 1917.

The list which was published in the Gazette of the 21st July, 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, No. 3, and which was amended by the lists published in the Gazettes of the 4th, 18th and 25th August, 1st, 15th and 22nd September, 6th, 20th and 27th October, 17th November, 8th, 22nd, and 29th December, 1916, and 5th January, 1917, is hereby further amended by the variation and addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto :---

SCHEDULE.

Additions to List.

BOLIVIA.

"Botica Alemana," Oruro.

BRAZIL.

Carriconde, Epaminondas, Rio de Janeiro. Figueiredo, Leopold, & Company, Santos. Machado, Mello & Company, Rio de Janeiro.

Silva, Antonio Carlos de, Caixa 105, Sao Paulo.

Turnauer & Machado, Rua 13 de Maio, Rio de Janeiro. Vargas, Arape Ferreira, Rio de Janeiro.

COLOMBIA.

Fuhrhop, Fritz & Company, Barranquilla. Steinvorth & Company, Cucuta.

DENMARK.

Apothekernes Laboratorium Droge & Kemikaliefor- retning A/S., Kronprinsensg. 1, Copenhagen. Centralbanegaardens Chocolade-Kisks A/S., Kronprin- sensg. 1, & Centralbanegaarden Vesterbrog. 3, Copenhagen.

Copenhagen's Fiskepolse Fabrik, Jernbane Allé 13 Vanløse (formerly of Viktoriagade 3), Copenhagen. Danske Kaffekompagni A/S., Det, Kronprinsensg. 1,

Copenhagen.

Droge Kemikalieforretning A/S.. Apothekernes Labora-

torium, Kronprinsensg. 1, Copenhagen.

Eisendrath, Société Anonyme (Managing Director W. J.

Scheidt), Kronprinsensg. 1, Copenhagen.

Export & Importforretningen, (Trojel & Meyer), Vestkai,

Frihavnen, Copenhagen.

Kongelige Militaer & Vajsenhus Apothek, Kjøbmager-

gade, Copenhagen.

Militaer Apotek, Kjøbmagergade, Copenhagen.

Møller & Seiersen, Kronprinsensg. 1, Copenhagen.

Regulaer A/S., Kronprinsensg. 1, Copenhagen.

Skandinavisk-Automat A/S., Kronprinsensg. 1, Copen-

hagen.

Société Anonyme Eisendrath (Managing Director, W. J.

Scheidt), Kronprinsensg. 1, Copenhagen.

Trojel & Meyer, Kronprinsensg. 1 & 3, Copenhagen. Vajsenhus Apotheket, Kjøbmagergade, Copenhagen. Vesterbros Farve & Materialhandel (Hans Trojel), Ves-

terbrog. 73a, Copenhagen.

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GREECE.

Bayona, Auguste, Salonika.

Gattegno, Samuel Daniel, Missir Tcharchi 42, Salonika. Hassurakis, A., Syra.

JAPAN.

Yoshioka Kojiro, 40 Akashimachi, Kobe.

Maury, José, Laraiche.

MOROCCO.*

Ostermayer, Walther, Laraiche.

Ziyani, El Mokhtar, Laraiche.

NETHERLANDS.

Amsterdamsche Caoutchouc Compagnie, Leidschestr. 47,

Amsterdam.

Beuningen, D. G. Van, Maliebaan 8, Utrecht.

Glas en Kristalhandel, Heinz, J., v/h., N. V., Nieuw

Buinen.

Heinz. J., N. V. Glas en Kristalhandel v/h., Nieuw

Buinen.

Nievelt, van, & Company, Dordrecht.

Rotterdamsche Export Handel (Schnitzer Gebr.), Gel-

derschestraat 2, Rotterdam.

Schöffer & Company, Zuidblaak 54, Rotterdam & Raad-

huisstr. 3, Amsterdam.

Voight, F. A., & Company, Boompjes 16, Rotterdam.

NORWAY.

Aas, Rolf S., Shippergt. 19, Christiania.

Blom, Frithjof, Akersgt. 59, Christiania.

Brehmer & Company, A/S., (Kurt Brehmer), Skagen 21 and P. B. 12 Stavanger; and P. B. 61, Bergen.

Hagelien, Alfred, Walkendorffsgt. 12, Bergen.

Hiorth, Olaf, Karl Johansgade 27, Christiania.

Ingolv, J., (Vestlandske Maskinagentur og Ingeniörfor-

retning), Skandsegate 8, Stavanger.

Interchange Limited, Toldbodgate 11, Christiania. Kluge, Willy (see Henry Simonsen).

Olsen, Hans J., Skagen-Kaien 22, Stavanger.

Samuelsen's Speditions and Transport Forretning, Fin-

negrdsg. 6, and Jansongaarden, Bergen.

Simonsen, Henry (owner, Willy Kluge), Jernbanegt. 19,

Christiania.

Smith, Jørgen, Arendal.

Steffensen, Chr. J., Aalesund.

Vestlandske Maskinagentur Og Ingeniörforretning, J.

Ingolv, Skandsegate, Stavanger.

Walther's (Henrik) Farvehandel, Gronlandsleret 46 &

53, Christiania.

West Norway Canning Company, St. Skippergt. 4,

Stavanger.

PERSIA.*

Derisi, Mohammed Ali, Borasjun, Bushire.

Kaikhosrow, Rustam & Sons, Kerman.

Kazeruni, Mirza Ali, Borasjun, Bushire.

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SPAIN.

Asbert, Janot & Company, Calle Diputacion 299, Bar-

celona.

Auto Palace, Calle Fernando El Santo 24, Madrid.

Ballester, José, Sorni 26, Valencia.

Bender Hermanos, Seville.

Cobo (or Cobos), José (or Joseph Cobbs), Puntida, San-

tander.

Egger, Johan, Las Palmas, Grand Canary.

Faust & Kammann, Ronda de la Universidad 16, Bar-

celona.

Floralia, Sociedad Anonima La, Narciso Serra 5, Madrid. Siemens & Halske, Barquillo 28 and Orellana 4, Madrid.

SWEDEN.

Berne, O., & Company, S. Promenaden 57, Malmö. Bernström, Gustaf, Korsgatan 3, Gothenburg. Forstners, C. E., Paraplyfabrik (A/B.), G: la Kung-

sholmsbrog. 34, Stockholm.

VENEZUELA.

Arreazza, Teofilo, Aragua de Barcelona.

Daumen, Valencia.

Removals from List.

BRAZIL.

Coelho, José Ignacio, Rua da Constituicao 44, Rio de

Janeiro.

Martin, Xiste, & Company, Rio de Janeiro; Sao Paulo

and Santos.

Ribeiro, Armando, Rua Voluntarios da Patria 40 and 42,

Porto Alegre.

CHILE.

Compania Salitrera Constancia, Iquique.

GREECE.

Baumann, Angelo (of Baumann & Beckmann), Athens.

MOROCCO.

Amar, Mesod J., Laraiche.

Beniflah, Elias, Laraiche.

Benros, Isaac, Laraiché.

Bensabat, Jacob, Laraiche.

Benshiton, Joseph, Laraiche.

Benshiton, Moses, Laraiche.

Cohen, Mesod, Laraiche.

Levy, Solomon, Laraiche.

Moryusef, Fortunate S. (Moryusef, F. S., Judah, S., Sliman,

J.), Laraiche.

Muyal, Isaac & M., Laraiche.

Sabbag, Mokluf & Company, Laraiche.

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NETHERLANDS.

Birnbaum, S. & W., Singel 160, Amsterdam.

Oostra, I., Pieter de Hooghstraat 42 and Prinsengracht

526, Amsterdam.

Swarttouw's (Cornelius) N. V. Stevedoring Company,

Achterhaven 74 a-b, Rotterdam.

Pascalidi Frères, Resht.

PERSIA.

SPAIN.

Llombet, Andres, Rosario 2, Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Rodriguez, Andres Llombet, Rosario 2, Santa Cruz de

Tenerife.

VENEZUELA.

Afanador, J., & Company, Ciudad, Bolivar.

Variations in List.

Corrections in the names and alterations in and additions to addresses of the persons or firms whose names have been already published on the respective dates shown in the margin are made as under:---

ARGENTINA.

10 November, 1916.-Barbagelata, R., Defensa 375,

Buenos Aires, Argentina.

10 November, 1916.-Fuhrmann (H.) & Company, Paseo Colon 1102-1128; Calle Maipu 39 and Calle Peru 1182, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

CHILE.

2 May, 1916.-Schulz, Ricardo & Company, Coquimbo;

Concepcion and Valparaiso.

PERU.

2 June, 1916.---Garcia, Antenor, & Company, Piura.

*NOTE (1).--Under the Trading with the Enemy Proclamations of the 25th June and 10th Novem- ber, 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 Liberia, Persia, Morocco or Portuguese East Africa, and consequently it is an offence to trade with any person or body of persons of enemy nationality, resident or carrying on business in Liberia, Persia, 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.

NOTE (2).-Where a firm named in the List has more than one branch in the same country, all branches in that country are held to be included in the List even in cases where no address, or of several addresses one only is specifically mentioned.

NOTE (3). The above additions, removals and variations were made in the United Kingdom on the 24th November, 1916.

NOTE (4).-The dates which appear opposite to the names in the variations are the dates on which the respective names in question were added to the Statutory List in the United Kingdom.

NOTE (5)." 25th November" in Note (2) to the Order in Council published in the Hongkong Gazette of the 8th December, 1916, should read "24th November ".

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No. 18.

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 18th day of January, 1917.

The Schedule to Rule 41 of 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, the 16th and 23rd June, the 28th July, the 18th and 25th August, the 1st, 22nd, and 29th September, the 13th, 20th, and 27th (2) October, the 17th November, and the 1st, 8th, and 15th December, 1916, respectively, is hereby amended as follows:-

(1) The following headings are deleted :---

(B) Emery, corundum, natural or artificial (such as alundum) carborundum and crystolon and manu- factures thereof;

Hemp and hemp manufactures, the following:-

B) Italian, Russian and Manila hemp, Maguey fibre, and manufactures thereof;

(c) Other hemp and manufactures there-

of;

(B) Mica, mica chimneys, mica splittings, micanite

and micanite cloth;

(c) Varnishes, spirit, containing gum.

All provisions and victuals which may be used as food for man and the raw materials thereof, not otherwise prohibited, including :-

(c) Cheese;

(c) Jam;

Oatmeal and rolled oats;

(c) Peas (except tinned and bottled peas, and peas packed in cardboard boxes or similar receptacles);

(c) Pickled grain and fleshes; (c) Meats, tinned or potted.

(2) The following headings are added:--

(B) Barometers;

(c) Electrical apparatus and plant for the genera- tion, distribution and utilisation of electric power, not otherwise prohibited;

(B) Emery and corundum and manufactures thereof, carborundum, alundum, crystolon and all other artificial abrasives and manufactures thereof; Hemp and hemp manufactures, the following:-

(B) Hemp ropes, old;

(B) Hemp waste;

(B) Italian, Russian and Manila hemp, Maguey fibre, and manufactures thereof, except Tagal braid;

(c) Other hemp and manufactures there- of, not otherwise specifically pro- hibited;

(c) Tagal braid.

Insulating materials, the following:---

(c) Compounds intended for the purpose

of electrical insulation;

(c) Lead, oxides of;

(c) Zinc-barium pigments made from

zinc salts and barium sulphate;

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(B) Mica, mica splittings, mica powder, micanite, articles made from them, and insulating materials containing them;

(c) Oils, essential (except turpentine oil);

(B) Thermometers (except clinical thermometers); (c) Varnishes not otherwise prohibited ;

(c) Waterproof wearing apparel, not otherwise

specifically prohibited;

(c) Wearing apparel, manufactured wholly, or partly of wool or hair, not otherwise specifically pro- hibited;

(c) Wool or hair, all manufactures, mixtures and products of, not otherwise specifically prohibited. All provisions and victuals which may be used as food for man and the raw materials thereof, not otherwise prohibited, including :---

(B) Cheese of British origin;

(c) Cheese of other than British origin; (B) Jam of British origin;

(c) Jam of other than British origin; (B) Oatmeal and rolled oats of British

origin;

(c) Oatmeal and rolled oats of other than

British origin;

(B) Peas (except tinned and bottled peas, and peas packed in cardboard boxes or similar receptacles) of British origin;

(c) Peas (except tinned and bottled peas, and peas packed in cardboard boxes or similar receptacles) of other than British origin;

(B) Pickled grain and fleshes of British

origin;

(c) Pickled grain and fleshes of other

than British origin;

(B) Meats, tinned or potted, of British

origin;

(c) Meats, tinned or potted, of other than

British origin.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

18th January, 1917.

    NOTE:-The previous rules made under the above Ordinance which relate to the exportation of military stores were published in the Gazettes of the 18th and 25th August, 22nd and 29th September, 27th October, 17th November, and 15th December, 1916.

No. 19.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

Regulations made by His Excellency the Governor for the maintenance of discipline on board Admiralty transports.

TRANSPORTS DISCIPLINE REGULATIONS, 1917.

In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-clause 1 (a) of clause III of the Order of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria in Council dated the 26th day of October, 1896, as enacted by the Order of His Majesty in Council dated the 21st day of March, 1916, which were brought into operation in the Colony by Proclamations dated the 5th day of August, 1914, and the 12th day of May, 1916, respectively, His Excellency the Governor is pleased to make the following regulations :-

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(B) Mica, mica splittings, mica powder, micanite, articles made from them, and insulating materials containing them;

(c) Oils, essential (except turpentine oil);

(B) Thermometers (except clinical thermometers); (c) Varnishes not otherwise prohibited ;

(c) Waterproof wearing apparel, not otherwise

specifically prohibited;

(c) Wearing apparel, manufactured wholly, or partly of wool or hair, not otherwise specifically pro- hibited;

(c) Wool or hair, all manufactures, mixtures and products of, not otherwise specifically prohibited. All provisions and victuals which may be used as food for man and the raw materials thereof, not otherwise prohibited, including :---

(B) Cheese of British origin;

(c) Cheese of other than British origin; (B) Jam of British origin;

(c) Jam of other than British origin; (B) Oatmeal and rolled oats of British

origin;

(c) Oatmeal and rolled oats of other than

British origin;

(B) Peas (except tinned and bottled peas, and peas packed in cardboard boxes or similar receptacles) of British origin;

(c) Peas (except tinned and bottled peas, and peas packed in cardboard boxes or similar receptacles) of other than British origin;

(B) Pickled grain and fleshes of British

origin;

(c) Pickled grain and fleshes of other

than British origin;

(B) Meats, tinned or potted, of British

origin;

(c) Meats, tinned or potted, of other than

British origin.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

18th January, 1917.

    NOTE:-The previous rules made under the above Ordinance which relate to the exportation of military stores were published in the Gazettes of the 18th and 25th August, 22nd and 29th September, 27th October, 17th November, and 15th December, 1916.

No. 19.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

Regulations made by His Excellency the Governor for the maintenance of discipline on board Admiralty transports.

TRANSPORTS DISCIPLINE REGULATIONS, 1917.

In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-clause 1 (a) of clause III of the Order of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria in Council dated the 26th day of October, 1896, as enacted by the Order of His Majesty in Council dated the 21st day of March, 1916, which were brought into operation in the Colony by Proclamations dated the 5th day of August, 1914, and the 12th day of May, 1916, respectively, His Excellency the Governor is pleased to make the following regulations :-

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of seaman on

or chartered

1.-(1) I whilst within the jurisdiction a seaman lawfully engaged in Misconduct. accordance with the Merchant Shipping Acts, 1894 to 1914, to serve on board board ship any British ship belonging to or chartered or requisitioned by the Admiralty: requisitioned (a) neglects or refuses without reasonable cause to join his ship or to by Admiralty.

proceed to sea in his ship, or is absent without leave from his ship or from his duty at any time; or

(b) joins his ship or is whilst on board his ship in a state of druken- ness so that the performance of his duties or the navigation of his ship is thereby impeded,

he shall be guilty of an offence.

  (2) The master mate or owner of the ship or his agent or any commis- sioned naval or military officer may with or without the assistance of the local police officers or constables convey on board his ship any seaman whom he has reason to believe to be guilty of an offence under these regulations and may also arrest him without first procuring a warrant, and police officers or constables are hereby directed to give assistance if required.

  (3) No commissioned naval or military officer acting in pursuance of the powers aforesaid shall be liable to any penalty nor to any action for damages for false imprisonment.

  2. If such seaman is brought before a Court on charge of having com- Penalty. mitted an offence under these regulations, he shall, if the offence comes within the provisions of paragraph (a) of Regulation 1 (1), be liable to the penalties prescribed for such offences in section 221 of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1894, and if the offence comes within the provisions of paragraph (b) of Regulation 1 (1) he shall be liable to a fine not exceeding fifty dollars.

  3. These Regulations may be cited as the Transports Discipline Regula- Title. tions, 1917.

  No. 20.--The following additional list of firms which are being wound up under the Trading with the Enemy Amendment Act, 1916, is published for general informa- tion. The previous lists appeared in the Gazettes of the 20th April, 5th, 19th, and 26th May, 9th, 23rd, and 30th June, 7th and 28th July, 4th, 11th, and 25th August, 15th, 22nd, and 29th September, 6th, 20th and 27th October, 17th November, 15th and 29th December, 1916, and the 12th January, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

19th January, 1917.

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 :---

366. Rochester Engineering Co., Limited, Rochester, Kent, Engineering Com- pany making Machinery for Cement Works. Controller: A. Dangerfield, 56, Cannon Street, London, E.C. 17 November, 1916.

367. Mohr Bros. and Co., Limited, 12, Mark Lane, London, E.C., Exporters and Dealers in Rice and other Products. Controller: H. E. Sier, 99, Cheap- side, London, E.C. 17 November, 1915.

368. New Polyphon Supply Co., Limited, 2, Newman Street, London, W., Dealers in Gramophones and Gramophone Records. Controller: J. H. Stephens, 6, Clement's Lane, Lombard Street, London, E.C. 17 Novem- ber, 1916.

369. Meyer and Co., 47, St. Paul's Square, Birmingham, Export Hardware Merchants. Controller: James Walter Gibson Hill, Sun Chambers, 9, Bennett's Hill, Birmingham. 20 November, 1916.

370. Sanitas Electrical Co., Limited, 61, New Cavendish Street, London, W., Dealers in Medical Electrical Apparatus. Controller: James Fraser, 31, Copthall Avenue, London, E.C.~ ~20 November, 1916.

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of seaman on

or chartered

1.-(1) I whilst within the jurisdiction a seaman lawfully engaged in Misconduct. accordance with the Merchant Shipping Acts, 1894 to 1914, to serve on board board ship any British ship belonging to or chartered or requisitioned by the Admiralty: requisitioned (a) neglects or refuses without reasonable cause to join his ship or to by Admiralty.

proceed to sea in his ship, or is absent without leave from his ship or from his duty at any time; or

(b) joins his ship or is whilst on board his ship in a state of druken- ness so that the performance of his duties or the navigation of his ship is thereby impeded,

he shall be guilty of an offence.

  (2) The master mate or owner of the ship or his agent or any commis- sioned naval or military officer may with or without the assistance of the local police officers or constables convey on board his ship any seaman whom he has reason to believe to be guilty of an offence under these regulations and may also arrest him without first procuring a warrant, and police officers or constables are hereby directed to give assistance if required.

  (3) No commissioned naval or military officer acting in pursuance of the powers aforesaid shall be liable to any penalty nor to any action for damages for false imprisonment.

  2. If such seaman is brought before a Court on charge of having com- Penalty. mitted an offence under these regulations, he shall, if the offence comes within the provisions of paragraph (a) of Regulation 1 (1), be liable to the penalties prescribed for such offences in section 221 of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1894, and if the offence comes within the provisions of paragraph (b) of Regulation 1 (1) he shall be liable to a fine not exceeding fifty dollars.

  3. These Regulations may be cited as the Transports Discipline Regula- Title. tions, 1917.

  No. 20.--The following additional list of firms which are being wound up under the Trading with the Enemy Amendment Act, 1916, is published for general informa- tion. The previous lists appeared in the Gazettes of the 20th April, 5th, 19th, and 26th May, 9th, 23rd, and 30th June, 7th and 28th July, 4th, 11th, and 25th August, 15th, 22nd, and 29th September, 6th, 20th and 27th October, 17th November, 15th and 29th December, 1916, and the 12th January, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

19th January, 1917.

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 :---

366. Rochester Engineering Co., Limited, Rochester, Kent, Engineering Com- pany making Machinery for Cement Works. Controller: A. Dangerfield, 56, Cannon Street, London, E.C. 17 November, 1916.

367. Mohr Bros. and Co., Limited, 12, Mark Lane, London, E.C., Exporters and Dealers in Rice and other Products. Controller: H. E. Sier, 99, Cheap- side, London, E.C. 17 November, 1915.

368. New Polyphon Supply Co., Limited, 2, Newman Street, London, W., Dealers in Gramophones and Gramophone Records. Controller: J. H. Stephens, 6, Clement's Lane, Lombard Street, London, E.C. 17 Novem- ber, 1916.

369. Meyer and Co., 47, St. Paul's Square, Birmingham, Export Hardware Merchants. Controller: James Walter Gibson Hill, Sun Chambers, 9, Bennett's Hill, Birmingham. 20 November, 1916.

370. Sanitas Electrical Co., Limited, 61, New Cavendish Street, London, W., Dealers in Medical Electrical Apparatus. Controller: James Fraser, 31, Copthall Avenue, London, E.C.~ ~20 November, 1916.

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HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 21. It is hereby notified that no vessel other than Naval Craft is allowed, when passing, to approach within 100 yards of the Naval Dockyard Walls without a written permit from the Naval Authorities.

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

Harbour Master, &c.

19th January, 1917.

SUPREME COURT.

No. 22. The Offices of the Supreme Court will be open daily from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. during the Chinese New Year Vacation, except on Public and General Holidays when the offices will be entirely closed and on Saturday, the 27th instant, when they will be open from 10 a.m. to noon, subject, however, to the provisions of Section 5 of the Supreme Court (Vacations) Ordinance, 1898, so far as it relates to the Criminal Sessions. The Chinese New Year Vacation commences on the 23rd instant and terminates on the 27th January, 1917, (both days inclusive).

19th January, 19.17.

HUGH A. NISBET,

Registrar.

No. 23.--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 WA ON COMPANY, LIMITED.

THE WING HUNG STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED.

19th January, 1917.

HUGH A. NISBET,

Registrar of Companies.

LAND OFFICE.

    No. 24. It is hereby notified for general information that the cancellation of the Memorials of Re-entry by the Crown on Sub-section 3 of Section C of Inland Lot No. 797, Kowloon Inland Lot No. 897, and the Remaining Portion of Kowloon Inland Lot No. 888, has been registered according to law.

16th January, 1917.

No. 25.-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, Lot Nos. 616, 620, 621, 861, 862 and 901; Survey District No. 5, Lot Nos. 28, 70, 75 and 101; Hang Hau Demarcation District No. 237, Lot No. 98; Hang Hau Demarcation District No. 241, Lot Nos. 121, 128, 150 and 172; Lantao Demarcation District No. 328, Lot Nos. 1712, 1721 and 1743; Tsün Wan Demarcation District No. 452, Lot Nos. 401, 1174, 1325, 1441 and 1442; Tsün Wan Demarcation District No. 459, Lot Nos. 256, 271, 315 and 320.

18th January, 1917.

P. JACKS,

Land Offcer.

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OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

   No. 26. 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. 2A of 1889.

18th January, 1889.

William Gossage and Sons,

Limited, Widnes and Liverpool, Lancashire, England.

18th January, 1931.

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18th January, 1917.

E. CARPMAEL,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 27.

{

    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 25th day of January, 1917.

The list which was published in the Gazette of the 21st July, 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, No. 3, and which was amended by the lists published in the Gazettes of the 4th, 18th and 25th August, 1st, 15th and 22nd September, 6th, 20th and 27th October, 17th November, 8th, 15th and 22nd December, 1916, and the 5th and 19th January, 1917, is hereby further amended by the variation and addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto :--

SCHEDULE.,

Addition to List.

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

Sout, J. van, Weltevereden.

Removal from List.

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

Oei Boen Soei.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

25th January, 1917.

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

NOTE (1). Where a firm named in the List has more than one branch in the same country, all branches in that country are held to be included in the List, even in cases where no address, or of several addresses one only, is specifically mentioned.

NOTE (2).-The above addition and removal were made in the United Kingdom on the 22nd December, 1916.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S Department.

    No. 28. The revised lists of persons to whom articles to be exported to China and Siam may be consigned, which were published as Notification No. 218 in the Gazette of May 19th, 1916, and amended by Notifications No. 251, No. 265, No. 290, No. 334,

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 27.

{

    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 25th day of January, 1917.

The list which was published in the Gazette of the 21st July, 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, No. 3, and which was amended by the lists published in the Gazettes of the 4th, 18th and 25th August, 1st, 15th and 22nd September, 6th, 20th and 27th October, 17th November, 8th, 15th and 22nd December, 1916, and the 5th and 19th January, 1917, is hereby further amended by the variation and addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto :--

SCHEDULE.,

Addition to List.

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

Sout, J. van, Weltevereden.

Removal from List.

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

Oei Boen Soei.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

25th January, 1917.

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

NOTE (1). Where a firm named in the List has more than one branch in the same country, all branches in that country are held to be included in the List, even in cases where no address, or of several addresses one only, is specifically mentioned.

NOTE (2).-The above addition and removal were made in the United Kingdom on the 22nd December, 1916.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S Department.

    No. 28. The revised lists of persons to whom articles to be exported to China and Siam may be consigned, which were published as Notification No. 218 in the Gazette of May 19th, 1916, and amended by Notifications No. 251, No. 265, No. 290, No. 334,

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No. 405, No. 417, No. 456, No. 503, No. 521, No. 540, and No. 567, published in the Gazettes of June 9th, 16th, and 30th, July 28th, September 15th and 22nd, October 20th, November 17th, and December 1st, 15th, and 29th, 1916, respectively, 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.

Atkinson & Dallas Limited.

Atlas Insurance Co. Ltd., Shanghai. An 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 Rubber Plantation Company Limited,

Shanghai.

Azadian, Jacques, Shanghai.

Adair, T.

Ah Chi.

Ah Ho & Co., Amoy.

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

Ah Sing.

Aird & Skinner, Drs., Hankow.

Akai Yoko, Tientsin.

Albert & Wuhlschleger, Canton.

Algar & Co. Limited.

Ali Hassanoff, Shanghai.

Alieff Ouskouli, Shanghai.

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.

Amoy Electric Light & Power Co., Amoy.

Amoy Tinning Company.

Anderson & Co., A. L., Shanghai.

Anderson & Co., Robert.

Anderson, J. O., Shanghai.

Anderson, Meyer & Co.

Andrew & Co. Limited, J. H.

Ang Hing & Co., Foochow.

Andrews, von Fischerz & George.

Ang Hoon Cho, Dr., Swatow.

Anglo-Chinese Dispensary.

Anglo-Chinese Eastern Trading Company Limited.

Anglo-Chinese Engineers Association, Peking.

Anglo-Chinese Indenting Company, Shanghai.

Anglo-Dutch Plantation Limited.

Anglo-German Brewery, Shanghai.

Anglo-Java Estates.

Aquarius Company.

Arcade Amusement Company.

Ardath Tobacco Co. Ltd.

Arnaud-Coste.

Arnaud Coste & Dent, Shanghai.

Arnhold, H. E.

Arthur & Co. Limited.

Arts & Crafts Limited.

Ashton & Co. Limited (Enticknap, P.). Asiatic Petroleum Co. Limited. Assomull & Co., W., Canton.

Astor Drapery Store.

Astor House Hotel Company, Shanghai. Astor House Hotel Ltd., Tientsin.

Babcock & Wilcox Limited.

Bailey, H. G. C., Hankow.

Bakels & Co.

Baldwin, C. C.

Balean, Hermann, Dr., Chinkiang. Ban Lam Drug Stores, Amoy. Band, F., (Peking).

Banham, F. C.

Bank of Taiwan Ltd., Shanghai.

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.

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. Bell, H. F. L. Beu Albert & Co. Ben & Co., Swatow. Benjamin & Potts. Beque, Henri. Bergmann, Edward. Bezpaloff, F. P., Harbin.

Bianchi, C., Shanghai.

Bielfield & Co., Alex.

Birchal & Co. (Typewriters).

Birchal, E. F., Peking.

Bissett & Co., J. P.

Black, Alfred, Shanghai.

Black, J. F.

Blake & Sons, F. A. Blanche, Charles. Bland & Co., H. E. Blix, Carl, Shanghai. Block, E. Blockhuys, V.

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Bo Won, Canton.

Bona, F.

Bomanjee & Co., Canton.

Bookless, A., Ningpo.

Boolchund, W., Canton. Bouchard.

Bourgery, C.

Bow On Drug Company, Canton.

Bowern & Co. (Bowern & Hay). Boyd & Co.

Boyer, Mazet & Co.

Boyes, Bassett & Co., Shanghai. 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.

Brewer & Co. Limited.

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

Bristol & Chinese Dispensary, Shanghai.

British-American Tobacco Company Ltd.

British & Chinese Corporation.

British Chambers of Commerce.

British Cigarette Company Limited.

British Dominions General Insurance Company.

British Flower Shop, The, Shanghai.

British & Foreign Bible Society.

British Insulated & Helsby Cables Ltd.

British Manufacturers' Agency (Wong Chuen Yung).

British Medical Imports Co. (Proprietors, F. J. Norbury

& Son).

British Municipal Council, Hankow and Tientsin.

British Post Offices in China.

Brockett & Co.

Brockett & Co., E.

Brook & Co., E.

Brossay, René.

Browett, H.

Brunner, Mond & Co. Limited.

Brush Electrical Engineering Company. Bryant & Ryde.

Bukit Toh Alang Rubber Estates Ltd.

Bulin & Co., Hankow.

Bulsara Bros., Tientsin.

Burin Yoko.

Burkhardt, Amidani & Co.

Burkhardt, L. R.

Burkill & Sons, A. R.

Burroughs, Wellcome & Co. Limited. Burtenshaw & Co., Hankow.

Butler, A. (Cement Tile Works) Ltd. Butterfield & Swire.

Cabeldu & Co., A. Caissial.

Calavitis & Co., G., Shanghai.

Caldbeck, MacGregor & Co.

Calder, Marshall, & Co. Ltd.

Calico Printers' Association Ltd.

Camark et Cie., E.

Camera Craft Company.

Campbell & Co., Alex.

Canadian Government Trade Commissioner.

Canadian Methodist Mission Press.

Canadian Pacific Railway Co.

Canton Club, Canton.

Canton Insurance Company.

Cantorovitch, Is.

Carisio, C.

Carr, Ramsay & Co., T.

Cary & Co., Canton.

Casa do Povo, Shanghai.

Castellano.

Cathay Trading Company, Shanghai.

Cathay Trust Limited. 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 Export & Import Co.

Central China Import Company.

Central China Post, Hankow.

Central China Printing Company, Hankow.

Central Garage Limited.

Centre Hospital, Peking.

Central Insurance Company Limited.

Centra Stores Limited.

Central Trading Company.

Cercle Sportif Français, Shanghai.

Chai Shing & Co., Swatow.

Chandless & Co., R. H., Tientsin.

Chang Dah Yuen.

Chang, J. D., Shanghai.

Chang Pei-Shu, Chefoo.

Chang Seng Yap Kee Co., Swatow.

Chang T. S.

Chao Chow Fu Dispensary, Swatow.

Chapeaux, A., Shanghai.

Chapeaux (Société Orientale de Gourrures et Peaux).

Charrey, H., Shanghai.

Charrey et Conversy.

Chartered Bank of India, Australia, and China. Chauvin, Mme.

Cheap Jack, Shanghai.

Chee Hsin Cement Works, Tientsin.

Chefoo Hairnet Company (I. Chung).

Chefoo Hairnet Manufactory (Fa Teh).

Chefoo Lace and Hairnet Co., Chefoo.

Chefoo Pharmacy, Chefoo.

Chellaram, D., Canton.

Chemor United Rubber Company Limited.

Chempedak Rubber & Gambier Estate Company.

Chen Kee & Co., Hankow.

Cheng (Chieng) Hiing Saw Mill Co., Foochow.

Cheng Rubber Estate.

Cheng Seng Dispensary, Swatow. Chester, Cowen & Company.

Cheung Hing-tai, Canton.

Cheung On, Canton.

Chi Hing Hairnet Co, Chefoo. Chic Parisien.

Chin Ho Hsiang.

Chin Qua Photographer, Swatow.

Chin Tong Dispensary, Swatow.

China Agents Company (T. M. Yates).

China American Lumber Company.

China American Trading Co.

China Baptist Publication Society, Canton.

China Commercial Co. (S. S. Somekh).

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 Limited.

China Land & Building Company Limited. China Land & Finance Company Limited.

China Merchants' P'ongee Association.

China Merchants' Steam Navigation Company.

China Mining & Metal Co. Ltd.

China Mutual Life Insurance Company Limited.

China Mutual Steam Navigation Company.

China National Life Assurance.

China Navigation Company Limited,

China Press.

China Publicity Co., & Information Bureau, Shanghai. China Realty Company.

China Silk Agency Company Limited.

China Straw braid Export Company.

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China Sugar Refining Company Limited,

China Times Limited.

China Traders' Insurance Company Limited.

China Trading Company.

Chinai & Co., J. C.

Chinese American Company.

Chinese & Foreign Dispensary, Amoy.

Chinese Optical Company.

Chinese Postal Supply Department, Shanghai.

Chinese Railways (all).

Ching Chang Jeu, Tientsin.

Ching Cheng Yung, Tientsin.

Ching Chong & Co., Shanghai. Ching Chong, Tientsin.

Ching Chong Hung & Co., Chefoo and Shanghi.

Ching Fong, Shanghai.

Ching Ho Hsiang, Peking.

Ching Kee, Amoy.

Ching Kee & Co.

Ching Kong & Co., H., Chefoo.

Ching Siu (Sin) Tong, Foochow.

Ching Tai & Co., Mukden.

Chinsin Chao (Peking Motor Company, Peking).

Chiris, A. (Coffiney & Carrie), Chungking. Chistiakoff, J.

Chiyoya.

Chojudo & Co., Mukden.

Chotirmull, K. S., Canton.

Christian Literature Society, Shanghai.

Chuan Chang, Shanghai.

Chuan Kee & Co., Amoy.

Chuma & Co.. Newchwang.

Chun Shing. Shanghai.

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 Tak Dispensary, Cantoù.

Chung Tung Lithographic Works.

Chung Woo, Swatow.

Chung Yue & Co., Tientsin.

Church Missionary Society Mission.

Clark & Co, D.. Wei-hai-wei.

Clerici, A.

Coddington and Lamb.

Codsi, A. E.

Coffiney & Carrie (A. Chiris), Chungking.

Coghlan, H. H. (Paul Sussmann & Co.).

Cohen, Andre.

Colacco Brothers, Shanghai.

Collins & Co., Tientsin.

Combfort.

Commercial Museum, Tieh Ling.

Commercial Press Limited.

Commercial Union Assurance Company.

Compagnie Commerciale d'Extreme Orient.

Compagnie d'Eclairage et de Tramways of Tientsin.

Compagnie Française des Tramways de l'Éclairage Électri-

que et des Eaux de Shanghai.

Compagnie Générale de Chemins de Fer et de Tramways

en Chine.

Compagnie des Messageries Maritimes.

Comptoir Commercial Anversois.

Comptoir Mandchourien d'Exportation et Importation,

Harbin.

Connell Brothers,

Consolidated Rubber Estates Limited.

Continental Export & Import Co., Shanghai.

Cook & Anderson.

Cook & Sons, Thomas.

Cornal e, Eckford & Co.

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

Cosmopolitan Dock, Shanghai.

Cossanteli & Co.

Cotta, J. M.

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, Tientsin. Culpeck. E. A.

Culty Dairy Co. Limited, Shanghai, Curtis Brothers, Chefoo.

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. Daibun Yoko, Tientsin. 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.

Davis, W. Trenchard.

De Mao Heng & Co., Tientsin. Deacon & Co. Ltd., Canton. Deane, T. P.

Debenham & Co.

Delbourgo & Co., Shanghai.

Dell'Oro & Co.

Denegri & Co., E.

Denegri, M.

Denham & Rose.

Denniston & Sullivan.

Dent & Co., A.

Dent, Herbert, Canton. Dhabhar, H. K., Canton. Dialdas, M., Canton. Dieden & Co.

Dittman, S., Shanghai.

Dixon & Co., H. C. Dodwell & Co. Limited. Dollar Company, Robert. Dombey & Son, Shanghai. Dominion Express Company. Donaldson, H. B., Peking. Dong Sing Wo & Co., Shanghai. Donnelly & Whyte.

Dos Remedios, A. G., Shanghai. Dossabhoy & Co., S., Canton. Dowdall, W. M.

Dowler. Forbes & Co.

Downs, N. L., Dr.

Drakeford & Co.

Dreyfus & Bros., Edmond. Drummond & Holborow.

Duff & Co., John L., Kiukiang and Kuling. Duncan & Co.

Dunlop Rubber Company.

Dunn, Walter.

Dunne, T. E., Hankow.

Duplessis.

Dutch Colonial Trading Company.

Dutton & Co., W.

Dyce & Co.

Dzing Nye Hsing, Hankow.

Eagle & Globe Steel Company Ltd.

East Asiatic Company.

Eastern & Australian Steamship Company.

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34 THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 26, 1917.

Eastern Engineering Works (James Turner), Tientsin.

Eastern Extension Telegraph Company.

Eastern Garage, Shanghai.

Eastern Trading Company Limited. Eastman & Co., Shanghai,

Echo de Chine, Shanghai.

Echo de Tientsin. Edgar Brothers & Co. Ekman & Co.

Ekman Foreign Agencies. Ellis & Hays, Shanghai.

Emens & Co. Ltd., W. S.

En Ching Low (Nun Cheng Lo), Tientsin.

Enjudo & Co., Mukden.

Energie électrique de Tientsin.

Enterprise Tobacco Company Limited.

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

Equitable Life Assurance Society.

Erasmic Company Limited.

Esser, L. C.

Essex & Suffolk Equitable Insurance Society Limited.

Etablissements de Tongkou.

Evans, A. M. A.

Evans, D., Tientsin.

Evans & Co., Pugh.

Evans & Sous 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. (Huntley & Palmer).

Farmer & Co., F. D., Newchwang.

Farmer & Co., William, Canton.

Fearon, Daniel & Co.

Federal Life Assurance Company of Canada.

Fengtien District Inspectorate of Salt Revenue.

Ferguson, J. C. G.

Ferretti, C., Peking.

Findlay, Richardson & Co., Hankow.

Fielding, II. R.

Finocchiaro & Co., G., Shanghai.

Firth & Sons, 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, Shanghai.

Foster, McClellan & Co.

Frankan & Co. Ltd., A.

Frazar & Co.

Frazar, E. W.

Fredericks, J. A., Shanghai.

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.

Funder & Co., W., Shanghai.

Fukul & Co., Shangbai.

Fung Tang, Shanghai.

Furukawa & Co., Shanghai.

Gabhai & Co., M. N.

Gadai Yoko.

Gaillard, J., Shanghai. Gakuyodo Mori, Canton. Gallusser & Co., A.

Gande, Price, & Co.

Garner, Quelch, & Co.

Gaston, Williams & Wigmore, Far Eastern Division,

Inc., Shanghai.

Gates, F.

Geddes & Co.

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.

Gerolimatos, D., Yunnanfu.

Getz Brothers & Co., Shanghai.

Gibb, Livingston & Co.

Gibbons & Co., J.

Gillard & Co., G. M., Peking. Gillespie & Co.

Gilman & Co.

Ging Chong Hung & Co. Gittins & Co.

Glaeser, F. A., Limited (Conrad Wm. Schmidt),

Shanghai.

Glaxo Limited.

Glen Line Steamers.

Goldenberg & Co., H.

Goldsmith, Leopold A.

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.

Great Eastern Dispensary.

Great Northern Telegraph Company.

Green, S., Shanghai..

Greer Limited, H. & W.

Greig & Co., M. W.

Grenard, Bettines & Co.

Griffith Limited, T. E., Canton.

Griffiths' Butchery.

Grilk, G. F., Shanghai.

Grimes, A. C.

Grimshaw, R. (Hinrichsen & Co.).

Grosjean & Co., Hankow.

Grundy, Reg'd. (Jaffe & Sons).

Grundy, V., Shanghai.

Guarantee Trust Company of New York.

Gula Kalumpang Rubber Estates Limited. Gun Chee, Tientsin.

Gunn, Hugh, Mukden and Harbin.

Hai Ho Conservancy Commission, Tientsin. 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.

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Hanson, McNeill, Jones & Wright, Shanghai..

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Hardoon, S. A.

Hardy, Walter.

Harvey's Billposting Agency.

Harper & Co., Ralph.

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 & Co.

Heisch, P. F.

Hemmerdinger Frères.

Hemmings & Berkley, Hankow. Henderson & Co.

Heng Chang Ter, Newchwang. Heng Cheong & Co., Amoy. Henningsen, H. F., Peking. Hèrou & Co., Charles.

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

Hill, H. G., Shanghai.

Hipwell, P.

Hirao & Co., Antung.

Hirsbrunner & Co., Tientsin.

His Majesty's Supreme Court for China.

Họ Chay Co., Amoy.

Ho En Seong, Nanking.

Hogg, E. Jenner, Shanghai.

Holgate, E. Jenner.

Holgate, L. G.

Holland-China Trading Company.

Holliday & Co. Ltd., C.

Holt's Wharf, Shanghai.

Hongkew Book Store.

Hongkong Fire Insurance Company.

Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation.

Hong Sun, Shanghai.

Honig, Bertin.

Honigsberg & Co, H. S., Shanghai.

Hopkins, Dunn & Co.

Horenstein, Tientsin.

Horrobin, S. L. (Kolp Kullmann & Co.).

Horse Bazaar and Motor Company Ltd., Shanghai.

Hotchand Vishindas & Co., Shanghai.

Hôtel de France, Shanghai.

Hôtel de la Paix, Tientsin.

Hôtel de Pékin, Peking.

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.

Hsing-li & Co., Chungking.

Hsu, W. T. O. (Imperial Medical College).

Hsun, Dr. W. T., Tientsin.

Hua Eng Tai, Swatow.

Hua Mui Dispensary, Swatow.

Hueber & Co., Th., Shanghai.

Hubbard, E. W.

Huber & Co., E., Shanghai.

Hueber, Th., Shanghai.

Humphreys & Co., W. G.

Hung Chong Ter, Newchwang.

Hung Dah Medicine Co., Shanghai.

Hunt, Newchwang.

Huntley & Palmer Limited.

Hupei Government Cotton Mill, Hankow.

Hutchison & Co., Herbert.

Hutchison & Co., John D.

Hwa De & Co., Chefoo.

Jah Leng Dispensary, Swatow. lak Sang Dispensary, Swatow. Iak Siu Dispensary, Swatow.

Ilbert & Co. Ltd.

Imperial Hotel Limited, Tientsin. Indo-China Steam Navigation Company.

Indra Line of Steamers.

Industrial Trading Co., Chefoo. Innis & Riddle.

Inshallah Dairy Farm and Stock Company.

International Banking Corporation.

International Bicycle Company.

International Book and Stationery Store.

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International Cotton Manufacture Company Limited.

International Dispensary, Shanghai.

International Dock, Shanghai.

International Estate and Finance, Shanghai.

International Export Company Limited, Hankow.

International Export Company, Nanking.

International Import and Export Company, Shanghai.

International Recreation Club, Peking.

International Savings Society, Shanghai.

Isenman and Smith, Drs.

Italian-Chinese Import and Export Company, Hanków. Italian Trading Co.

Ito, G., Shanghai.

Itoh & Co., C., Shanghai.

Ivy Dairy, Shanghai.

Ivy & Robinson, Drs.

Jacks & Co., William. Jackson & Co., J. A. Jackson, Hanwell & Neild, Drs. Jah Jeng Dispensary, Swatow. Jah Sin Dispensary, Swatow.

Jai Tai Chang, Shanghai.

Jak Leng Dispensary, Swatow.

Jak Seng Dispensary Co., Swatow.

Jak Sui Dispensary, Swatow.

Jan Siu Tong, Amoy.

Japanese Post and Telegraphs in Manchuria.

Japanese Red Cross Hospital, Mukden.

Jardine, Matheson & Co. Ltd.

Java Consolidated Rubber and Coffee Estates Limited.

Java Sea and Fire Insurance Company.

Jee, Pond M., Dr.

Jeejibhoy & Co., D., Canton. Jensen, G. S.

Jin Ann Dispensary, Swatow. Jin Sin Tong, Amoy. Joseph Bros., Shanghai.

Joseph, Ellis, Shanghai.

Joseph, J. H., Shanghai. Joseph, R. M.

Jovansen, M., Miss, Tientsin.

Jun Chee, Tientsin.

Juvet Leo, Tientsin.

Kadoorie, E. S., Shanghai. Kadoorie, R. E., Shanghai.

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.

Kamunting (in Kedah) Rubber Plantation Co. Ltd.

Kansaki & Co., Newchwang.

Kapayang Rubber Estate Company Limited.

Karamelabi & Co., H. Z. H., Shanghai.

Karatzas Bros.

Karimbaksh, H. A. J.

Kashimura Company, Tientsin.

Kathe Lim, Mrs., Art Needlework Depôt, Swatow.

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Katz & Co., A., Shanghai.

Kavarana & Co., S. F., Canton, Kavarana, S. F., Canton.

Kavarana & Sons, M. H., Canton.

Kay & Co., W.

Kave & Co., C. B. Kelly & Walsh Limited. Kemp & Co., Thomas. Kempton, M. K.

Kent & Mounsey, Tientsin.

Kermani, R. S., Shanghai.

Kew, Dr Chadwick. Shanghai.

Keylock, Pratt, & Hobbs.

Keystone Tobacco Company Limited. Khuri, Selim A.

Ki Heng Co., Swatow.

Kiangnan Dock & Engineering Works.

Kiangsu Chemical Works, Shanghai.

Kin Yamei, Dr., Peiyang Women's Dispensary, Tientsin.

King, H. Y., Dr.

King, Zunglieh D.

Kingsley & Co., T. L.

Kishings & Co., Mukden.

Klemautaski, 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., J. L., Shanghai.

Kroewoek Java Plantations Limited.

Ku, S. D., Chefoo.

Ku Yuan & Co., Chefoo.

Kua Seng Watt & Co., Amoy.

Kuang Sui Chiang Dispensary, Swatow. Kukushkin, A. G., Harbin.

Kung Ho & Co., Tientsin.

Kung Yik Cotton Spinning & Weaving Co. Ltd. Kuong Shing, Swatow.

Kutchukian, J. P.. Tientsin.

Kwan, K. H., Dr, Tientsin. Kwang Chi Shiang, Tientsin.

     Kwangtung Electric Supply Co. Ltd., Canton. Kwong Chek Dispensary, Swatow.

Kwong Fat Yuen, Shanghai.

Kwong On & Co. (China Dispensary), Canton. Kwong Shing, Swatow.

Kwong Wo Company, Canton.

L. P. Medical Hall, Foochow.

La Belle Jardinière (E. A. Culpeck).

La Generale Soies, Canton.

Lafuente & Wootten, Shanghai.

Lalcacca & Co.

Lam Fong Drag 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.

Lan Woodland & Co., Canton.

Laurent, Marius.

Lauro Cinema Co.

Lavers & Clark.

Law & Co., H. D.

Lazarus, N. (G. Tobias), Shanghai.

Le Lion (Life Assurance Co.).

Le Munyon, Peking.

Lee Brothers & Co., Swatow.

Lee Jui Kheng, Swatow.

Lee Sen Ann Dispensary, Swatow.

Lee Tai Cheang, Swatow.. Leeds & Co., E. S., Newchwang.

Legation Pharmacy, (J. Henderson).

Legations of Allied and Nentral Powers, Peking. Lekhomall Pinyamall.

Lem Pal Wo, Canton.

Lem Tak Se, Chao Chowfu Dispensary, Swatow. Lerner, M. J., Harbin.

Lesarovitch, D. M., Harbin.

Leslie, T., Shanghai.

Lester, Johnson & Morris.

Lester, W. II., Kinkiang.

Lever Brothers, Limited.

Levy & Co., Simon.

Levy, Leone A, Shanghai.

Levy, N. S.

Ley, C.

Leyte, F.

Liang Dau An, Dr., Hankow.

Liao River Conservancy Authority, Newchwang. Liddell Bros. & Company.

Liddell & Co., K.

Lib Teh Oil Mill Company Limited, Shanghai.

Lim Chin Tsong & Co., Amoy.

Lim & Co., E. V. S., Swatow.

L'Imprimerie de Tou Se Wei, Shanghai. L'Imprimerie Française, Shanghai. Ling Chong Cycle Co.

Lion, Lucien.

Little, Adams & Wood, Canton. Little & Co, William.

Little, O. S.

Litvinoff & Co.

Liverman & Co. Ltd., G. S.

Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Limited.

Liverpool Salvage Association.

Llewellyn & Co. Limited.

Lloyds' Register of British and Foreign Shipping.

Loa Hai Shing, Shanghai.

Loa Wai Dispensary, Canton.

Loudon Guarantee and Accident Co. Ltd.

London Ladies' Tailors.

London Mission.

London Salvage Association.

Loo Tek Kee, Shanghai. Lopato & Sons Ltd., A.

Loup and Young, Tientsi... Louvain.

Lowe, Bingham & Matthews.

Lowe & Co., J.. Shanghai.

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

Loxley & Co., W. R.

Lu Si U (Foochow Pharmacy).

Luau Fong Drug Co., Amoy.

Luen Steamship Company Limited.

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

L'Union de Paris (Compagnie d'Assurances), Shanghai.

Ma Fel & Co., Shanghai. Macbeth, Pawsey & Co.

Macdonald & Co., Thomas.

Macdonald, Ronald (H. Whitworth & Co., Manchester). Macey & Co.

Mack & Co., J., Tientsin.

Mackay & Co., A. H.

MacKenzie, A. C.

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MacKenzie & Co. Limited.

Mackie & Co., A.

Maclay & Co.

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

Shanghai.

Mactavish & Lehmann Limited, Shanghai.

Macy & Co., G. H.

Madier, H., Shanghai.

Magasin Français d'Alimentation (M. Colomb), Shang-

hai.

Magasins Généraux.

Magill & Co.

Main, S. D.

.

Maison des Modes, Shanghai.

Maison Parisienne, La (Au Petit Louvre).

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Maitland & Co.

Maitland & Fearon.

Major Brothers Limited. Malcampo & Co., Amoy.

Malthoid Roofing Manufacturers, Shanghai. Manchuria Christian College, Mukden. Manchurian Company Limited.

Manila Shanghai Export & Import Co. Manini, E., Hankow.

Manners, John.

Mappin & Webb Ltd.

Marco, Finkelstein & Co., Vladivostock & Shanghai.

Maritime Custom Houses (Throughout China).

Markt & Co., Shanghai.

Marques, Chang & Pereira & Co., Shanghai.

Marthoud Frères.

Martin & Co., W.

Mascarello, H., Chungking.

Matheson & Co., G.

Matsuda Yoko, Tientsin.

Matsumoto & Co., Mukden.

Matsuoka & Co., Mukden.

Mavrokephalos & Co., Hankow.

Mayers, F. J., Amoy.

McBain, G.

McGillivray, J. P.

McKean, S. H.

McMullan, James, & Co. Ltd., Chefoo.

Mee Cheung Studio, Amoy.

Mehta, M. N., Canton.

Mei Te Cheng, Tientsin.

Meiji Trading Company, Shanghai. Mencarini & Co.

Menga, C., Tientsin.

Mercantile Bank of India Ltd.

Mercantile Printing Co.

Methodist Publishing House.

Metropole Café, Tientsin.

Meurer Frères.

Meyer, M.

Michael, Albert, Shanghai.

Middleton & Co.

Miffret, A., Hankow.

Miller, E. D., Canton.

Min Seng Dispensary, Hankow.

Minemura & Co., S., Tsingtao.

Ming Chong Cycle Company.

Ministries and Departments of the Chinese Government.

Mission Book Co., Shanghai.

Missionary Home & Agency, Shanghai.

Mitsubish Goshi Kaisha, Hankow, Canton.

Mitsubishi & Co., Shanghai.

Mitsui Bussan Kaisha (Mitsui & Co.).

Mitsui & Co., Shanghai.

Moalem, J. Joseph, Shanghai.

Mogra & Co., E. R., Canton.

Moksey, H. J. (A. B. Svenska Kullager Fabriken).

Molchanoff Pechatnoff & Co., Hankow.

Moller & Co.

Monbaron, Charles, Hankow.

Monbaron & Vanderstegen, Hankow.

Moore & Co., L.

Moore, J. H., Shanghai.

Moorhead & Halse.

Morgan Crucible Company Limited.

Morse & Co., G. S., Shanghai.

Mosca & Prario, Shanghai. Moser, J. H., Hankow.

Mossop, A. G.

Moukden Hospital, Mukden.

Moyroux, V.

Moutrie & Co. Ltd., S..

Moysey, H. J.

Mukden Trading Co.

Municipal Councils of British, Allied and Neutral Con- cessions and of the International Concession at Shanghai.

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

Mustard & Co.

Mutual Stores, Canton.

Nabholz & Co.

Nagai Bunko, Shanghai. Nagano Yoko.

Naishin Company.

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

Nanking Dispensary, Nanking.

Nauri Yoko.

Nanyang Dispensary.

Nathan, M. J.

National Cash Register Company.

National Mercantile Corporation, Shanghai.

National Provincial Plate Glass & General Insurance Co.

Ltd.

National Union Society of Bedford.

Naval College, Pagoda Anchorage, Foochow.

Navalrai, M., Canton.

Naylor & Co., J.

Neill & Co., James.

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

Neotia & Co.

Nernheim & Hebda, Harbin.

Nestlé and Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Company.

Netherlands Harbour Works Company.

Netherlands Lloyd of Amsterdam & Batavia Marine

Insurance Co., Shanghai.

Netherlands Trading Society.

Nettle, P. Edward.

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.). Nigniewtzky.

Nikka Yoko.

Nippon Menkwa Kabushiki Kaisha, Hankow.

Nippon Yusen Kaisha.

Nisshin Kisen Kaisha.

Nisshin Yabuke, Shanghai.

Nisshin Yoko.

Noël, Murray & Co. Limited.

Noor. Mahomed & Co., Madji.

Nor Kung Leong, Canton.

Norbury, Eric.

Norbury, F. J.

Norbury, F. J. & Son (Proprietors of British Medical

Imports Co.).

Norbury, Natzio & Co. Limited.

Nordisk Fjer Fabrik, Shanghai.

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 & Publishing Company.

North China Produce Company.

North Great China Dispensary, Tientsin. Northern Assurance Company.

Norwegian Lloyd Insurance Co., Shanghai. Noury & Co.

Nozawa Gumi, Shanghai.

Nun Cheng Lo (Eu Ching Low), Tientsin. Nutter, Walter & Co.

Nye, Dr. S. P., Canton.

Ocean Accident and Guarantee Company.

Ocean Marine Insurance Company. Ocean Steamship Company Limited. Odell & Co., Foochow.

Office Appliance Co., The, Shanghai.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 26, 1917.

Office of Works, His Majesty's. Okura & Co. Limited, Shanghai. Old Dock, Shanghai.

Old Ningpo Wharf, Shanghai. Olivier & Co.

Olivier Export and Import Company. Olsen & Co.

Omi & Co., Newchwang.

Omurid & Co.

Ong Mah Chao & Co., Amoy.

Onomura & Co., Shanghai.

Opium Bonded Godown, Shanghai.

Orient Trading Company.

Oriental Advertising Company. Oriental Cigarette & Tobacco Co.

Oriental Cotton Spinning Co. Limited, Shanghai.

Oriental Dispensary, Shanghai.

Oriental Export Company, Chefoo.

Oriental Optical Company, Shanghai. Oriental Press, Shanghai.

Osaka Kobayashi Shiten, Shanghai.

Osaka Shosen Kaisha, Canton.

Osawa Yoko, Tientsin.

Oshima & Co., Mukden.

Oussiatinski, A. K., Chefoo.

Oxford University Press, China Agency, Shanghai. Oxygen and Drum Company Limited.

P. & O. Steam Navigation Company. Pabaney, E.

Pacific Mail Steamship Company. Pagoda Anchorage Naval College. Paizis & Co.

Paizis & Co., Ch. J., Chefoo.

Palace Hotel, Shanghai.

Palmer & Turner.

Pang, C. E., Hankow.

Pang Hing & Co., Foochow.

Panoff & Co., J. K.

Pao Chen Dispensary, Swatow.

Paradissis & Co., Chefoo.

Parisian Hair-dressing Saloon, Shanghai.

Parker & Co., J. H. P.

Parker, Reilly & Co.

Parker & Smith.

Parsee Trading Company.

Patel & Co., A. C.

Patell & Co.

Pathé Phonocine Machine.

Patisserie Parisienne, Shanghai.

Paturel, C., Shanghai.

Paul & Co., L., Shanghai.

Paulsen & Bayes-Davey.

Pavri, K. S., Canton.

Pearce & Garriock.

Pearson & Son Ltd., S.

Peiyang Medical College, Tientsin.

Peiyang Tannery.

Peking Chinese Electric Light & Power Co., Peking.

Peking Daily News.

Peking Electric Co. Limited, Peking.

Peking Gazette.

Peking Medical College.

Peking Motor Company (Chinsin Chao).

Peking Pavilion.

Peking Syndicate Limited.

Pengkalam Durian Estate Limited, Shanghai.

Pennell & Co., E.

Permata Rubber Estate Limited.

Perrin, Cooper & Co., Tientsin.

    Persian Commercial Company, Shanghai. Petersen & Co., A., Hankow.

Pfister & Co., R., Shanghai.

Phillippidi, C. M., Chungking. Phillips, Walter, Dr.

Phoenix Assurance Company. Picca & Co. (Pharmacy Central).

Pickwick, F. H.

Pierson, P. J. F., Shanghai.

Pike, A. T. J.

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

Co. Ltd.).

Platt, Macleod & Wilson.

Po Tai Wo & Co., Swatow. Po Wah & Co., Canton. Po Wai Dispensary, Canton. Pohoomull Bros., Canton. Polverino, Adolfo, Chefoo. Poo Tung & Co., Swatow.

Poohoomal Mulliamul Amer, Hankow. Pootung Wharves, Shanghai.

Popoff Bros. & Co., Harbin. Popoff Frères, C. & S. Pottinger & Paton. Powell & Co., S. J. Presse Orientale, La. Price, H., Nanchang.

Price's (China) Limited. Priestwood, J. G.

Probst, Hanbury & Co.

Produce Export Company Ltd. Protopapas & Co.

Provincial Governments and their Departments through-

out China.

Pursumall, T., Canton.

Puthod, A., Shanghai.

Quan Yuen & Co., Shanghai.

Queen's Hotel, Tientsin (C. T. Goodacre).

Quelch & Co., C. W., Shanghai.

Racine, Ackermann & Co.

Railton & Co. Ltd., Chefoo.

Rakusen & Co., H., Shanghai.

Ramello, F., Hankow.

Ramos Amusement Company (Olympic & Victoria

Theatres), Shanghai.

Ramsay & Co., Hankow.

Ramsay, N. B.

Rasool & Sons, C. G.

Rayner, Heusser & Co.

Real Estate & Trading Co. Ltd., Hankow.

Red Hand Compositions Ltd.

Reid, Evans & Co.

Reiss & Co.

Reiss & Co., Hugo.

Rembrandt Photo Company.

Remington Typewriter Company.

Repah Rubber and Tapico Estates.

Representation for British Manufacturers Limited.

Reuter Telegram Company.

Reynaud & Colinet, Newchwang.

Reynolds, W. G., Dr., Canton.

Richards, J. H., Shanghai.

Rigge, H. E. (John Bolton & Co. Ltd., & Edward

Scharff & Co. Ltd.).

Riggio, A.

Rint'ai Stores, Mukden.

Rizaeff Frères, Shanghai.

Robert Dollar Company, The.

Robinson Piano Company Limited. Rodsil & Co.

Rondon, L.

Roneo, Limited.

Rosario & Co. (Coffin Fittings), Shanghai. Rose, Downs & Thompson Limited. Rose, Hewett & Co.

Ross & Co., Alex.

Roth & Co., B.

Rouse, E. H.

Rouse, Graham & Co., Chefoo.

Rousseau, E.

Roxburgh Limited, R.

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Royal Insurance Company Ltd.

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.

Sadikoff, H. H. K.

Saey Tai, Shanghai.

    Sakamoto & Co., Mukden. Salmon, J. E.

Sam Joe & Co.

    Samson, E. (Eastman & Co.), Shanghai. Samuel & Co. Limited. Sanderson & Co., Hankow. Sang Cheong Yue, Shanghai. Sanitas Packing Co., Shanghai. Sanrin Tobacco Company. San-Sui-ken.

Saou Kee, Shanghai.

Sassoon & Co., E. D.

Sassoon & Co. Limited, D.

Sauvayre, Shanghai.

Schiller & Co.

Schlandecker, Eug., Chefoo.

Schmidt, Conrad William (F. A. Glaeser & Co. Ltd.),

Shanghai.

Schusterowitsch, G., Harbin.

Scotson, James (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 Estates Limited.

    Seng Ann Hong Kee Dispensary, Swatow. Seng Kee, Amoy.

Sennet, Frères. Sennett, Frères.

Senri & Co., Mukden.

Seo & Co., Mukden.

Serebriannikoff, S. A., Shanghai. Seth A. Seth.

Seu Yin Sei Dispensary, Foochow. Shahmoon, E. E., Shanghai. Shahmoon, S. E., Shanghai.

Shameen Lawn Tennis Club, Canton.

Shang Tai Ye & Co., Tientsin.

Shanghai Building Company.

Shanghai Club.

Shanghai Cotton Manufacturing Co. Shanghai Dispensary, Canton.

Shanghai Dock & Engineering Company Ltd.

Shanghai Electric & Asbestos Company Limited.

Shanghai Electric Construction Company. Shanghai Gas Company.

Shanghai General Hospital.

Shanghai General Store, Shanghai. Shanghai Golf Club.

Shanghai & Hongkew Wharf Co. Limited. Shanghai Horse Bazaar.

Shanghai Ice and Cold Storage Company. Shanghai-Klebang Rubber Estates Limited. Shanghai Land Investment Company. Shanghai Life Insurance Co. Ltd., Shanghai. Shanghai-Malay Rubber Estates Limited. Shanghai Mercury Limited.

Shanghai Mutual Telephone Company Limited. Shanghai-Nanking Railway Co.

Shanghai Nanyang Brothers Tobacco Co.

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 Brothers, G. L., Mukden.

Shaw, G. L., Antung.

Shawhsing Company, S. N., Newchwang. Shekury, G. I., Shanghai.

Shewan, Tomes & Co. Shinano & Co., Mukden. Shing (Ching) Kee, Amoy. Shing Yue & Co., Shanghai. Shinri Yoko.

Shroff, P. B.

Shun Chang & Co., Chefoo.

Shun Chee & Co., 16, Bruce Road, Tientsin. Shun Kee & Co., Shanghai.

Shun Tah & Co., Shanghai.

Shushterovitch, G., Harbin.

Silas & Co., Shanghai.

Silberman, I.

Silbermann & Co. (Drapers' Sundries).

Sims & Co., Tientsin.

Sin An Tong Dispensary, Amoy.

Sin Jen Tong, Amoy.

Sin Se Tong, Amoy.

Sin Tek Kee, Amoy.

Sincere Co. Ltd., Canton and Shanghai.

Sing, A., Shanghai.

Sing Chong & Co.

Sing Tai, Chefoo.

Singer Sewing Machine Company.

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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. Sligh, J.

Slowe & Co.

Smith & Co., L. H.

Smith, F. W., Chefoo.

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

Société Anonyme Belge Pour L'Industrie Des Oeufs,

Hankow.

Société d'Exportation et d'Importation Coloniales, Tien-

tsin.

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 Franco-Chinoise d'Entreprises Générales et de Travaux Publics (Successors of Etablissements Fei Yen Ateliers de Constructions Mecaniques), Peking. Société Indo-Chinoise.

Soeka Warna Tea Estate.

Solina & Co., R. V. (Viccajee, F. & R., Proprietors). Solomon, S. J.

Somekh, B. A., Shanghai.

Somekh, D. S., Shanghai.

Somekh, S. S., Shanghai.

South British Insurance Company Limited.

South China Trading Co., Canton.

South Manchuria Railway Company.

Sowa Yoko, Shanghai.

Soychee Cotton Spinning Company Limited. Spalinger, U., Canton.

Sparke, C. E.

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

Spunt & Co., J.

Squires-Bingham Co., Shanghai.

St. Nicholas Industrial School for Blind Girls, Mukden.

Standard Bank of South Africa.

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Standard Life Assurance Company. Standard Oil Company of New York. Star Ricshas & Garage Co., Shanghai. State Assurance Co. Ltd., Shanghai. Stearns, J. C.

Steiner & Co. Ltd., F. Stewardson, R. E., Shanghai. Subira, J. M.

Sudka, J. A.

Sugiyama & Co., Canton. Sui Chong and Shun.

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

Sulzer, Rudolph & Co.

Sun Insurance Office Company.

Sun Life Assurance of Canada.

Sung, Y. S., Shanghai.

Sung Chuan Tien & Co., Tsinan, Shantung.

Sung Hong Dai, Shanghai.

Sungala Rubber Estate Limited.

Suzuki & Co., Shanghai.

Svenska Kullager Fabriken, A. B. (Moksey, H. J.).

Swatow Dispensary.

Syndicat Industriel et Commercial, Peking.

Sze Hing & Company, Chefoo.

Tabaquería Filipina.

Tackey & Co., W. M.

Tat, E., Tientsin.

Tai Fu Lim, Dr., Newchwang.

Tai King & Co., Canton.

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

Tai Seng & Co., Foochow.

Tai Seng Printing Office, Hankow.

Tai Wah Dispensary, Swatow.

Taikoo Sugar Refining Co. Ltd.

Taiping Rubber Estates.

Tait & Co.

Takaiwa & Co., K.

Takata & Co., Shanghai.

Takkee & Co., Foochow

Taku Tug and Lighter Company Limited.

Talati Brothers.

Talati & Co., Tientsin.

Tan Seong Chee & Co., Amoy.

Talow Dispensary.

Tannerie Franco-Chinoise.

Tata Sons & Co., Shanghai.

Taylor, Albert.

Taylor & Co.

Tchun Tet Dispensary, Swatow.

Technische Export Maatschappij Azie, Shanghai.

Teerathdas, N., Shanghai.

Teesdale & Godfrey.

Teh Kee Dispensary, Hankow.

Tek Hua Dispensary, Swatow.

Tek Shun Hing, Chefoo.

Theodore & Rawlins, Hankow.

Theological College, Mukden.

Thomas & Co., F.

Thomson, G. H. and N., Shanghai.

Thomson, G. Irwin.

Thomson, J., Tsingtao.

Thompson & Co., A. E. S., Shanghai.

Thoresen, O..

Thunder, C.

Thurier & Kohr, Hankow.

Tibbey, H. M.

Tibesart, John Adrian.

Tiehling Commercial Museum Gonda Shoten, Tiehling.

Tien Zung & Co.

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 Tobacco Company. Tientsin Waterworks Company, Ltd. Tilley & Limby.

Times Dharwar & Co.

Tin See Tong Dispensary, Amoy. Tiram Estates Limited.

Tiriolo & Co., C., Antung.

Tisdall, B. D., Amoy.

Toa & Co.

Toa Koshi, Shanghai.

Toa Tobacco Company, Newchwang.

Tobacco Products Corporation.

Toeg and Read, Shanghai.

Toh Tiong Hok, Amoy.

Tom, H., British Concession, Tientsin.

Tom, S., Chefoo.

Ton Ying & Co.

Tong Chee Drug Co., Amoy.

Tong Cheong & Co., Amoy.

Tong Eng, Amoy.

Tong Seng & Co., Amoy.

Tonglin & Co., Canton.

Torin & Co., Canton.

Toshado Shiten, Shanghai.

Toussaint, H.

Towa & Co., Newchwang.

Trading Co., The, Hankow (The Successors to Alexis

Goobkin, A., Koosnetzoff & Co.).

Travers Smith & Sons.

Truman & Co., R. N.

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

Tshun Tak Dispensary, Swatow.

Tsu, Nicholas, Engineering Works.

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

Tsung Tsoon Sing, Amoy.

Tsurutani Yoko.

Tung Chi Dispensary, Shanghai.

Tung Ho & Co., Newchwang.

Tung Hsing (Sino-Foreign Coal Mining Company Lim-

ited), Tientsin. (Dovery & Co., Managers.)

Tung Shen Te, Tientsin.

Tung Tại & Co.

Tung Teh Heng, Chefoo.

Tung Yu Brothers, Shanghai. Tungshan Golf Club, Canton.

Tunkadoo Dock.

Tunkadoo Wharves.

Turner, E. W.

Twigg, P. O'Brien.

Twyford & Co., J.

Tze Hop Shing & Co., G., 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 Company.

Vacuum Oil Company.

Vaid, K. Edulji.

Van Ess & Co., A.

Vanderloo & Co., F. A., Shanghai.

Vanderstegen & Co., L., Hankow.

Vania, A. D., Canton.

Varalda & Co., Shanghai.

Varenne & Compagnie. Th., Canton.

Vasunia, J. P., Cauton.

Venturi, F., Shanghai.

Veroudart.

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Viccajee & Co., H.

Vickers Limited.

Viknia Morocov, Newchwang.

Villa & Brothers, A. P., Canton.

Viloudaki, Hiscocks & Co., Shanghai.

Vogne, Shanghai.

Volkart, adolf, Shanghai.

Vrard & Co.

Wa Sun, Canton.

Wadman, H. P., Shanghai.

Wah Chang Mining & Smelting Co., Changsha.

Wah Loong, Canton.

Wah Mei Dispensary, Canton.

Wah Ming Optical Company.

Wah On Company Canton.

Wai Chi, Japanese Concession, Tientsin.

Walker, Livingstone.

Wallem & Co., Shanghai.

Wang, Dr., Li Ya Pharmacy.

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

Wannieck, L., Peking.

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

Wassiamull Assomull & Co., Canton.

Waste Silk Boiling Company.

Watson & Co. Limited, A. S.

Watt, W. T., Dr. (Imperial Medical College), Tientsin.

Wattie & Co. Limited, J. A.

Watts & Co.

Wee Hock Siang & Co. (Chop-Tong Chong).

Weeks & Co. Limited.

Wegelin, L.

Weihaiwei Land and Building Company.

Weippert, W. H. C., Amoy.

Wen Hua Printing Press, Hankow.

West of Scotland Insurance Office Ltd., Shanghai.

Westinghouse Electric Export Co., Shanghai. Westminster Tobacco Company.

Westphal, King & Ramsay, Limited.

Wheelock & Co.

Wheen, Edward & Sons.

Whitall & Co. Limited.

White Brothers.

White, David (A. Beer Sons and Simon).

White-Cooper, Oppe & Master.

Whiteaway, Laidlaw & Co.

Whitfield & Co.

Whitham, R. P. (Thos. G. Hill & Co.), Shanghai.

Whitney & Co., J. C.

Whitworth Limited, Herbert.

Widler & Co. (E. Widler & A. Woolgate), Chungking.

Widler & Woodgate, E. & A. (Widler & Co.), Chungking.

Wijk & Co., D.

Wilkinson, H. P., Shanghai.

Wilkinson, Heywood & Clark Limited.

Wilkinson & Co., T. M., Foochow.

Williams, K. J.

Williams' Medicine Co., Dr. (G. T. Fulford Co. of

Canada).

Wilson & Co.

Wing Tai.

Winston, Warwick, Dr.

Winteler, M.

Wisner & Co.

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Wisner & Co., P. F.

Wissotsky & Co., W.

Wong Ah Ming, French Concession, Tientsin.

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Wong Chuen Yung (British Manufacturers' Agency),

Shanghai.

Wong Shing Chong, Shanghai.

Wong Kwei Check, Shanghai.

Wong Yuen Kee, French Concession, Tientsin.

Wong Zung Chong, Shanghai

Woo Chong.

Woo, M. L., Tientsin.

Woods, J., Hankow.

Woollen, Vosy & Co.

Worthington Pump Company Limited. Wrightson & Co., Shanghai.

Wu Lien Teh, Dr., Harbin.

Y. Ching Chong.

Yamamoto & Co., Tientsin. 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-1sze Poo Cotton Mill, Shanghai, Yap Eek Liok, Amoy.

Yat Ling Dispensary, Swatow.

Yates, T. M.

Yau, K. S., Dr., Tientsin aud Peking.

Yee Ann & Co., Swatow.

Yee Gwan & Co., Amoy. Yeeung & Co., Canton. Yen Fub, Dr., Peking.

Yeo Swee Swan & Co., Amoy.

Yeoh Haing & Co. (Chop-Tek Hock). 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.

Yu Feng Kung Ssu, Chefoo.

Yu Tai.

Yuasa, T., Hankow.

Yne Chong Tài.

Yue Loong Hing ee, Canton,

Yuen Cheong & Co., Shanghai.

Yuen Sui Chang Dispensary, Swatow.

Yuen Tah & Co., Shanghai.

Yuen Tung Lee.

Yui Tai & Co., Tientsin.

Yung Chi Dispensary, Shanghai.

Yung Fong Photo Supply Co., Peking.

Yung Hing Printing Co., Shanghai. Yut Zac Chang.

Ynwasei Yoko, Tichling.

Za Chong Shun, Shanghai.

Zi-ka-wei Press, Shanghai.

Zundel Emile Manufacturing Company. Zung Lee & Sons, Shanghai.

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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.

Siamese Government Ministries and Departments.

Legations of Allied and Neutral Powers.

Abdoolally, H., Bangkok.

Abdalcaium K. Saherwalla, Bangkok.

Adam & Co., A. H. M.

Adamji Allibhai Dorajiwalla, Bangkok.

Adamsen, Dr. (Seekak Dispensary), Bangkok.

Ah Choi, Senggora.

Ah Lee Koh (Yan See Tai Lee Kee), Nakawn Lampang.

Alibhai Chinwala, Bangkok.

American Presbyterian Mission Press.

Angullia & Sons, A., Bangkok.

Apothecaries' Hall.

Arracan Company Limited, Bangkok.

Asiatic Petroleum Company Limited.

Asow & Co., Y., Bangkok.

Assumption Printing Press, Bangkok.

Baboojee, A. K., Bangkok.

Babu, Renong.

Badman & Co., H. A., Bangkok.

Bagawie, S. M., Bangkok.

Bamrung Nukulkij Printing Works (Luang Damrong),

Bangkok.

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 Chiang, Bangkok.

Ban Seng Hin, Trang.

Ban Seng Un, Krabi.

Bangkok Dock Company Limited, Bangkok.

Bangkok Manufacturing Company Limited, Bangkok.

Bangkok Times Press Limited, Bangkok.

Bangkok United Club, Bangkok.

Bangnon Syndicate, Renong.

Banque de l'Indo-Chine, Bangkok.

Barrow, Brown & Co.

Bean Getan, Renong and Pangnga.

Bean Guan, Paket.

Bean Hup, Puket.

Béranger, Malcolm (Maison Béranger), Bangkok.

Berli & Co. Ltd., A., Bangkok.

Bhandakayacara, Bangkok.

Bian Joo Thye, Bangkok.

Boay Lye, Pangnga.

Bombay-Burma Trading Corporation, Limited, Bangkok

and Chiengmai.

Bong Hong, Puket.

Boo Gark, Setul.

Boon Long, Bangkok.

Boon Teck, Renong.

Boon Mee Dispensary, Bangkok.

Borgersen, H. B.

Borneo Company Limited, Bangkok and Chiengmai.

British-American Tobacco Company Limited, Bangkok.

British Club, Bangkok.

British Dispensary, Bangkok.

Brohma Yodhee, Mrs. Luang, Bangkok.

Buan Hoa Seng, Bangkok.

Buan Soon Lee & Co., Bangkok.

Budroodin, F. H., Bangkok.

Buk Sua, Pangnga

Cartwright, B. O., Bangkok. Chan Khong Sin, Setul. Chan Kim Kee, Bangkok. Chapman, W. P., Bangkok.

Chartered Bank of India, China and Australia, Bangkok

and Puket.

Cheng Kiat, L., Bangkok.

Chew Keok Kongsi, Puket and Trang.

Chiang Hak, Bangkok.

Chiang Huat Chan, Bangkok.

Chiengmai Mission Press, Chiengmai.

Chin Aik Khan, Puket.

Chin Hin, Bangkok.

Chin Hock, Puket.

Chin Soon, Bangkok.

Chinese Mercantile Dispensary, Bangkok. Chino-Siam, Daily News, Bangkok. Chino-Siamese Trading Co., Bangkok. Chinwala, Allibhai, 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. J., Bangkok.

Chuan Lee, Takuapa.

Chung Chin Yuan & Co., Bangkok.

Chung Choo Guan Ah Fook, Bangkok.

Chye Seng Soon, Bangkok.

City Dispensary, Bangkok.

Comptoir Français du Siam, Bangkok.

Couper-Johnston & Co., D.

Damrong Luang (Bamrung Nukulkij. Printing Works),

Bangkok.

Dastakeer & Co., Bangkok.

Dawoodbhai, N., & Co., Bangkok.

De Burgh, W., Bangkok.

Deebook Dredging, Renong.

Diana & Co, A., Bangkok.

Dickinson, John, & Co. Ltd., Bangkok.

Diethelm & Co. Limited, Bangkok.

Divan Ahmad Haji Peer Mahomed, Bangkok. Dorajiwalla, A. A., Bangkok.

Dunlop, John M., Bangkok.

E. Kee, Bangkok.

East Asiatic Company Limited, Bangkok. Eastern Smelting Company Ltd., Puket. Ebata & Co., Bangkok.

Edgar Brothers, Bangkok.'

Educational Supply Association, Bangkok.

Esmailjee, A. T. (A. T. E. Maskati), Bangkok. Excelsior Ice Factory, Bangkok.

Fook Loong & Co., Bangkok.

Foran, J. H. (Langkat Oil Company), Senggora. Fraser & Neave Limited, Bangkok. French Dispensary.

Gian Singh Nand Singh, Bangkok. Gilitwalla, E. E, Bangkok. Gin Seng, Takuapa.

Git Git Choon, Puket. Goh Chiap Seng, Bangkok.

Goh Yong Chua, Bangkok. Goon Hok Heng, Bangkok.

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Goriawalla, A. H. A., Bangkok.

Goriawalla, F. A., Bangkok.

Government Medical Depôt, Bangkok.

Gritters, Mrs., Bangkok.

Groundwater & Co., C. L., Bangkok.

Guan Eng, Renong.

Guan Huat Seng, Bangkok.

Guan Leng, Bangkok.

Guan Mong Chan, Bangkok.

Gulam Mydin, Bangkok.

Gulambusein Abdul Kader (Kader, G. A.), Bangkok.

Habibar, Rahman, Bangkok.

Hajee Saker Gummy, Bangkok.

Hah Heng Lee, Bangkok.

Hak Seng, Bangkok.

Halim & Co., B. A., Bangkok.

Han Fook Seng, Bangkok (also written Thian Fook Seng).

Hansen, Dr. C. C., Bangkok.

Hap Fong, Bangkok.

Harp Vour Long & Co., Bangkok.

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 Chean, Takuapa

Ho Choon, Puket. Ho Hin, Renong. Ho Hin, Panguga. Ho Huat, Renong. Ho Seng, Trang.

Hock Cheang. Pangnga.

Hock Chong Seng, Takuapa. Hock Choon, Trang.

Hock Chuan & Co., Bangkok.

Hock Chuan, Krabi.

Hock Guan, Trang.

Hock Ho Choon, Bangkok.

Hock Ho, Renong.

Hock Kee, Renong.

Hoh Leng Lispensary, Bangkok.

Hok Hin Lee, Bangkok.

Hong Bee, Renong.

Hong Ching, Bangkok.

Hong Guan, Pangnga.

Hồng Hua. Bangkok.

Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.

Hong Moh, Renong.

Hong Thye, Bangkok.

Hooi Lam Chong, Panguga.

Hoop Tack Cheung, Bangkok.

Hoosain, A. G., Bangkok.

Hoosain, Akbar & Sons, Bangkok.

Hossain, E. A., Bangkok.

Hotchand, Vishindas & Co., Bangkok.

Hup Ho, Setul.

Hup Mong Thye, Bangkok.

Huseinally Wasee & Co., A. K., Bangkok.

Hussain & Sous, A., Bangkok.

Ikezaki & Co, K., Bangkok.

Indo Burma Cigar Depôt, Bangkok.

International Store.

Ito & Co., T., Bangkok.

Jakob, Setul.

Jawarad Dispensary.

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

Johansen & Co., P., Bangkok.

Joo Chye Kee, Bangkok.

Joo Guan, Renong.

Joo Hoa Lee, Bangkok.

Joo Huat, Bangkok.

Joo Phek, Pangnga.

Joo Seng & Co., Bangkok.

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Kader, G. A. (Gulamhusein Abdul Kader), Bangkok. Kaj, Cotermall & Co., Bangkok.

Kasoojee, M. E., Bangkok. Kather Muhiatheen, K., Bangkok. Katib, E. M.

Katoo Deebook, Renong.

Katz Brothers Limited, Bangkok.

Kean Heng Lee, Bangkok. Kean Lee Chan, Bangkok. Kean Lee & Co., Bangkok. Kean Seng, Krabi. Kee, E. H., Bangkok. Kempton & Co., Bangkok. Keng Watt, Bangkok. Kerr & Co., Bangkok. 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 Seng 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 Seng, Bangkok.

Kong Watt, Bangkok.

Kwang Ngee Hoa & Co., Bangkok.

Kwang Nguan Lee Soon Kee, Bangkok.

Kwang Tong Seng, Bangkok.

Kwang Tung, Bangkok.

Kwong Chuen Chan, Bangkok.

Kwong Hang Seng, Bangkok.

Kwong Hoa Siang (Chiang), Bangkok. Kwong Hop Hing, Bangkok, Kwong Hung Seng, Bangkok.

Kwong Moh, Renong.

Kwong Mow, Bangkok.

Kwong Soon Tung, Bangkok.

Kwong Tai, Bangkok.

Kwong Wo Sang, Bangkok.

Kwong Ying Cheong, Bangkok.

Ladhasingh Bhagwansingh, Bangkok. Lakhwalla & Co., E. A., Bangkok. Lakhwalla & Co., M. A., Bangkok. Lam Ngor, Trang.

Lebai Man, Setul. Lee Kim, Renong.

Lee Moe Whatt, Bangkok.

Legations of Allied Powers.

Legations of Neutral Powers.

Lehna Singh, Mehar Singh, Bangkok.

Leong Chin Heng, Bangkok.

Leong Guan, Bangkok.

Leong Hin, Bangkok.

Leonowens, Louis T., Limited, Bangkok and Nakawn

Lampang.

Lert, Nai, Bangkok.

Li Kor, Pangnga.

Li Tit Guan, Bangkok.

Liang Seng Lee, Bangkok.

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), Bangkok,

Luang Brohma Yodhee, Mrs. (Pradist Scokonta), Bang-

kok.

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44 THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 26, 1917.

Luang Damrong Thamasarn (Barmrung Nukulkij Prin-

ting Works), Bangkok.

Luang Phipat Tanakorn, Bangkok.

Maideen, A.

Maire, A. J., Bangkok.

Maison Béranger (Béranger, Malcolm), Bangkok.

Malaya Tin Corporation, Renong.

Malbary, H. A., Bangkok.

Mama, Piroshaw F., Bangkok.

Mansoor Sahib, S. S., Bangkok.

Marican, M. T. S., Bangkok.

Marican, S. S., Bangkok.

Maskati, A. T. E., Bangkok.

Maung Hpo Min, Nakawn Lampang.

Maw Jim, Bangkok.

Maw Kim (City Dispensary), Bangkok.

Maw Sooi Dispensary, Bangkok.

McBeth, J. J., Bangkok,

McFarland, G. B., Dr., Bangkok. Mehar Singh, Bangkok.

Meklong Railway Company, Bangkok.

Menam Motor-boat Company Limited, Bangkok.

Meng Heng, Bandon.

Meng Heng Lee, Bangkok.

Meng Hong, Bangkok.

Michellis & Drimitrellis, Bangkok.

Ministries and Departments of the Royal Siamese Gov-

ernment.

Mitani, T., Dr., Bangkok.

Mitsui Bussan Kaisha Limited, Bangkok.

Mizokami, M., Bangkok.

Mogul, M. A.

Moh Tuan, Bangkok.

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

Mohammedally Noorbhai, Bangkok.

Mom Anuwongse, Bangkok (known as Phra Pochana-

pricha).

Mong Hoa, Bangkok.

Monod & Co., E. C., Bangkok.

Moosaji & Co., M., Bangkok.

Moosbhoy, M. (M. Moosbhoy Raja), Bangkok.

Motiwalla, A. & F., Bangkok.

Motiwalla, E. J., Bangkok.

Motiwalla, F. A., Bangkok.

Moung Pe, Bangkok.

      Murakami, R., Bangkok. Mydin, Setul.

Nai Lert, Bangkok.

Nai Siu (Phasadu Usamayon), Bangkok.

Nakhoda, F. H. M., Bangkok.

Nakhoda Osmanbhai Amirbhai, Bangkok.

Nan Singh, Setul.

Nana, A. E., Bangkok.

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

Nana, E. A., Bangkok.

Nean Jee Hin, Puket.

Neo Choo, Pangnga.

Nestlé and Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Company,

Bangkok.

Netherlands Trading Society.

Nguan Seng Soon, Bangkok,

Ni Lye Hong, Pangnga.

Nooraddin Dawoodbhoi, Bangkok.

Noorbhai Mohamedally, Bangkok. Nusaui & Co., M., Bangkok.

      On Wo, Bangkok. Ooi Chay, Renong.

Oon Hock Guan, Bangkok. Oriental Bakery, Bangkok. Oriental Store, Bangkok.

Paknam Railway Company. Pappayanopolus, C., Bangkok. Peng Lee Chan, Bangkok. Pereira & Co., E. M.

Pharnisuphaphon Printing Office, Bangkok. Phasadu Usamayon, Bangkok.

Phatanakorn Cinematograph Co., Bangkok. Phya Sri Kridikara, Bangkok. Piroshaw, F. Mama, Bangkok.

Pisal Banniti (Printer), Bangkok. Pock Thye, Puket.

Poh Wah Seng, Bangkok.

Pollard, T. H., Bangkok.

Pradist Sookonta (Mrs. Luang Brohma Yodhee),

Bangkok.

Prince Royal's College, Chiengmai.

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, J. R., Bangkok.

Rong Pim Nangsu Pim Thai Mai, Bangkok. Rosenberg, M., Bangkok.

Royal Bangkok Sports Club, Bangkok. Royal Siamese State Railways, Bangkok. Runga-Nathan Chetty, K.P.K.R., Bangkok.

Sae Thien & Co., Bangkok. Saherwalla, A. K., Bangkok. Saing Hiang, Takuapa.

Salehbhai & Co., A. R., Bangkok. Sampson, John, & Son, Bangkok.

Samsen Power Station, Bangkok.

Sarafally, G. A., Bangkok.

Saw Hood Beng, Senggora.

Seekak Dispensary (Dr. Adamsen), Bangkok.

Selley, N. L. (Wat Debsirindr School), Bangkok.

Semprez & Co., Bangkok.

Seng Chiang, Bangkok.

Seng Guan, Puket.

Seng Heng Chan, Bangkok.

Seng Hin, Renong.

Seng Hong & Co., Bangkok.

Seng Lee, 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. (Siah Leng Dispensary), Bangkok. Siam Cement Company Limited, Bangkok. Siam Commercial Bank, Ltd., Bangkok.

Siam Drug Store, Bangkok.

Siam Electricity Company Limited, Bangkok.

Siam Forest Company Limited, Bangkok.

Siam Free Press Company Limited, Bangkok. Siam Import Company Limited, Bangkok.

Siam Industries Syndicate, Bangkok.

Siam Motor Works Limited, Bangkok. Siam Observer Press Limited, Bangkok.

Siam Packing Company (H. von Holek), Bangkok. Siam Perfumery Store (M. Towfique), Bangkok.

Siam Stamp Company, Bangkok.

Siamese Southern Railway, Bangkok.

Siamese Tin Syndicate, Puket & Renong.

Siamese Tobacco Company, Bangkok,

Siamwalla, D. H. A., Bangkok.

Siamwalla, F. A., Bangkok. Siang Hak, Bangkok. Sieng Kee Chan, Bangkok. Sin Gim Hong, Puket. Sin Hin, Puket and Renong.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 26, 1917. 45

Sin Kheng Leong, Renong.

Sin Kheng Seang, Puket.

Sin Sin Hah, Bangkok.

Singer Sewing Machine Co., Bangkok.

Siribhand Store, Bangkok.

Siu, Nai (Phasadu Usamayon), Bangkok.

Smith Premier Typewriter Company, Bangkok.

Société Anonyme Belge, Bangkok.

Soon Chua Seng, Bangkok.

Soon Hock Seng, Bangkok.

Soon Seng, Renong.

Sophon Printing Office, Bangkok.

Soy Ying Yuan, Bangkok.

Spicer Brothers (Colonial & Foreign) Ltd., Bangkok.

Springer, Major N., Chiengmai.

    Sri Kridikara, Phya, Bangkok. Sriracha Company Limited, Bangkok. Standard Oil Company Ltd., Bangkok. Staro, Mme. A., Bangkok.

    Steel Brothers & Co. Limited, Bangkok. Stephens, Paul & Co., Bangkok.

Straits Trading Company Ltd., Puket.

Sui Kee, Puket.

Sutton, N., Bangkok.

Swanson, J. H., Bangkok.

Swee Ho, H., Bangkok.

Swee Hock, Puket.

Swee Seang, Pangnga.

Syme & Co., Bangkok.

Sze Hai Tong Banking and Insurance Co., Bangkok.

Tachin Railway Company, Bangkok.

Tan Choon Lim, Renong.

Tan Paik Seng, Puket.

Tan Soon Cheang, Renong.

Tan Thye Guan, Bangkok. Tan Yeat, Trang.

Tatner, F., Bangkok.

Tay, K. C. (Dentist), Bangkok. Tayeb & Co., Bangkok.

Tayebally & 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.

Tek Hoa Long, Bangkok.

Teo Ban Hong, Bangkok.

Thai Bee, Bangkok.

Thakur Singh Ladha Singh, Bangkok.

Thean It Keok, Puket.

Theen Cheong, Puket.

Thian Fook Seng (Han Fook Seng), Bangkok.

Thonakiteh Raxa, Phya, Bangkok.

Thum Hock Heng, Trang.

Thye Cheong, Puket.

Thye Hin, Puket.

Tia Peng Ngee (Peng Hak Chieng), Bangkok. Tilleke & Gibbins, Bangkok.

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

Tin Chuan, Puket.

Tisseman & Co., S., Bangkok. Tong Sang Cheong, Bangkok. Tong Seng, Bangkok.

Tong Seng Tong, Takuapa. Tongkah Compound, Puket.

Tongkah Harbour Tin Dredging Company, Puket. Towfigue, M., Bangkok.

Towkay Hoo, Bangkok.

Tuck Wo Loong, Bangkok.

Tung Who & Co., Bangkok.

Un Cheang, Krabi.

Un Hoe, Puket.

Undertakers Supply Stores, Bangkok. United Engineers Limited, Bangkok.

Vacuum Oil Company, Bangkok.

Viraj Chanthorn, Bangkok.

Walker, C. C., Dr., Bangkok.

Wang Lee & Co., Bangkok.

Wasee, A. K. H., & Co.

Wassiamull, Assomull & Co., Bangkok.

Weng Foong, Bangkok.

Whiteaway, Laidlaw & Co. Limited, Bangkok.

Wing Seng Long & Co., Bangkok.

Wing Yuen & Co., Bangkok.

Yan See (Ah Lee Koh), Nakawn 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 Long, Bangkok.

No. 29.--The following additions and removals are notified in the Lists of persons to whom articles to be exported to China and Siam may be consigned, published in to- day's Gazette as Notification No. 28-

China.

Add the following names:-

Bacha & Co., M., Shanghai..

Focken, F. C., Shanghai.

Shantung Products Export Co., Chefoo.

Remove the following names:

Chang Dah Yuen, Shanghai.

Dong Sing Wo & Co. (Dong Hsing & Co.), Shanghai.

Siam.

Add the following names:-

Nahas, A., Bangkok.

Yong Lee & Co., Bangkok.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 26, 1917. 45

Sin Kheng Leong, Renong.

Sin Kheng Seang, Puket.

Sin Sin Hah, Bangkok.

Singer Sewing Machine Co., Bangkok.

Siribhand Store, Bangkok.

Siu, Nai (Phasadu Usamayon), Bangkok.

Smith Premier Typewriter Company, Bangkok.

Société Anonyme Belge, Bangkok.

Soon Chua Seng, Bangkok.

Soon Hock Seng, Bangkok.

Soon Seng, Renong.

Sophon Printing Office, Bangkok.

Soy Ying Yuan, Bangkok.

Spicer Brothers (Colonial & Foreign) Ltd., Bangkok.

Springer, Major N., Chiengmai.

    Sri Kridikara, Phya, Bangkok. Sriracha Company Limited, Bangkok. Standard Oil Company Ltd., Bangkok. Staro, Mme. A., Bangkok.

    Steel Brothers & Co. Limited, Bangkok. Stephens, Paul & Co., Bangkok.

Straits Trading Company Ltd., Puket.

Sui Kee, Puket.

Sutton, N., Bangkok.

Swanson, J. H., Bangkok.

Swee Ho, H., Bangkok.

Swee Hock, Puket.

Swee Seang, Pangnga.

Syme & Co., Bangkok.

Sze Hai Tong Banking and Insurance Co., Bangkok.

Tachin Railway Company, Bangkok.

Tan Choon Lim, Renong.

Tan Paik Seng, Puket.

Tan Soon Cheang, Renong.

Tan Thye Guan, Bangkok. Tan Yeat, Trang.

Tatner, F., Bangkok.

Tay, K. C. (Dentist), Bangkok. Tayeb & Co., Bangkok.

Tayebally & 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.

Tek Hoa Long, Bangkok.

Teo Ban Hong, Bangkok.

Thai Bee, Bangkok.

Thakur Singh Ladha Singh, Bangkok.

Thean It Keok, Puket.

Theen Cheong, Puket.

Thian Fook Seng (Han Fook Seng), Bangkok.

Thonakiteh Raxa, Phya, Bangkok.

Thum Hock Heng, Trang.

Thye Cheong, Puket.

Thye Hin, Puket.

Tia Peng Ngee (Peng Hak Chieng), Bangkok. Tilleke & Gibbins, Bangkok.

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

Tin Chuan, Puket.

Tisseman & Co., S., Bangkok. Tong Sang Cheong, Bangkok. Tong Seng, Bangkok.

Tong Seng Tong, Takuapa. Tongkah Compound, Puket.

Tongkah Harbour Tin Dredging Company, Puket. Towfigue, M., Bangkok.

Towkay Hoo, Bangkok.

Tuck Wo Loong, Bangkok.

Tung Who & Co., Bangkok.

Un Cheang, Krabi.

Un Hoe, Puket.

Undertakers Supply Stores, Bangkok. United Engineers Limited, Bangkok.

Vacuum Oil Company, Bangkok.

Viraj Chanthorn, Bangkok.

Walker, C. C., Dr., Bangkok.

Wang Lee & Co., Bangkok.

Wasee, A. K. H., & Co.

Wassiamull, Assomull & Co., Bangkok.

Weng Foong, Bangkok.

Whiteaway, Laidlaw & Co. Limited, Bangkok.

Wing Seng Long & Co., Bangkok.

Wing Yuen & Co., Bangkok.

Yan See (Ah Lee Koh), Nakawn 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 Long, Bangkok.

No. 29.--The following additions and removals are notified in the Lists of persons to whom articles to be exported to China and Siam may be consigned, published in to- day's Gazette as Notification No. 28-

China.

Add the following names:-

Bacha & Co., M., Shanghai..

Focken, F. C., Shanghai.

Shantung Products Export Co., Chefoo.

Remove the following names:

Chang Dah Yuen, Shanghai.

Dong Sing Wo & Co. (Dong Hsing & Co.), Shanghai.

Siam.

Add the following names:-

Nahas, A., Bangkok.

Yong Lee & Co., Bangkok.

46 THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 26, 1917.

No. 30.-The following additional list of firms which are being wound up under the Trading with the Enemy Amendment Act, 1916, is published for general informa- tion. The previous lists appeared in the Gazettes of the 20th April, 5th, 19th, and 26th May, 9th, 23rd, and 30th June, 7th and 28th July, 4th, 11th, and 25th August, 15th, 22nd, and 29th September, 6th, 20th and 27th October, 17th November, 15th and 29th December, 1916, and 12th and 19th January, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

26th January, 1917.

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 :-

371. Weil Bros. and Co., Limited, 118, Leadenhall Street, London, E.C., Grain Merchants. Controller: R. B. Tyler, 1, Queen Victoria Street, London, E.C. 27 November, 1916.

372. Austro-African Estates, Limited, 257-258, Finsbury Pavement House, Lon- don, E.C. Land and Investment Company. Controller: J. B. Reeves, 23, Queen Victoria Street, London, E.C. 29 November, 1916.

373. Vincit Company, Limited, Apollo Works, 21, South Road, New Southgate, London, N. Agents for the sale of Carborundum and Electrite Machinery. Controller: Charles Eves, Capel House, 62, New Broad Street, London, E.C. 29 November, 1916.

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

   No. 31. 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, 1917:-

Date.

Feb. 1st,

2nd, 6.50

Ends.

6.50 a.m.

Begins. 6.24 p.m. Feb. 11th,

Date.

Ends.

6.45 a.m.

Begins. 6.29 p.m.

Date.

Feb. 21st,

Ends.

6.39 a.m.

Begins.

6.35 p.m.

6.24

""

""

"

12th,

6.45

6.29

22nd,

6.38

6.36

""

""

""

""

""

3rd, 6.49

6.25

""

""

13th, 6.44

6.30

23rd, 6.38

6.36

""

29

4th, 6.49

6.25

""

14th, 6.43

6.31

";

24th, 6.37

6.36

"

""

""

5th, 6.49

6.25

."

""

""

15th, 6.43

6.31

99

""

""

25th,

6.36

6.36

""

"

""

6th, 6.48

6.26

16th, 6.43

6.31

26th, 6.36

6.36

**

""

""

""

""

77

99

7th, 6.48

6.26

"

""

་་

17th, 6.42

6.32

27th, 6.35

""

""

";

8th, 6.47

6.27

18th, 6.42

6.32

28th,

6.34,

6.37

6.38

་་

"

""

""

9th, 6.47

6.27

""

""

19th, 6.41

6.33

""

10th, 6.46

6.28

20th, 6.40

6.34

""

""

26th January, 1917.

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

Harbour Master, &c.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 26, 1917. 47

SUPREME COURT.

  No. 32. It is hereby notified that at the expiration of three months from the date hereof the HANG ON MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE AND GODOWN COMPANY, LIMITED, will, unless cause is shewn to the contrary, be struck off the Register and the Company will be dissolved.

22nd January, 1917.

HUGH A. NISBET,

Registrar of Companies.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

  No. 33.--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 February, 1917, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before that date:-

Number of Trade Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietor.

No. 3 of 1889.

Abraham and Gebruder Frowein, Elberfeld, Germany.

Date of Expiration of. Registration.

24th January, 1917.

26th January, 1917.

E. CARPMAEL, Registrar of Trade Marks.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 2, 1917.

PROCLAMATIONS.

No. 1.

[L.S.]

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 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 Proclamations made on the 4th day of November 1914 3rd February, 30th April, 30th July, and 29th October 1915 2nd February, 2nd May, and 28th July 1916 the said declaration was renewed for a period of three months from time to time:

And Whereas by a Proclamation made on the 27th day of October 1916 the said

· declaration was renewed for a period of three months from the 3rd day of November 1916:

   And Whereas the said period of three months will expire on the 3rd day of February 1917 Now therefore I Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Comman- der-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 1917.

Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 2nd day of February 1917.

By Command,

GOD SAVE THE KING.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 2, 1917.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

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No. 34.

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 February, 1917.

The list which was published in the Gazette of the 21st July, 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, No. 3, and which was amended by the lists published in the Gazettes of the 4th, 18th and 25th August, 1st, 15th and 22nd September, 6th, 20th and 27th October, 17th November, 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th December, 1916, and the 5th, 19th and 26th January, 1917, is hereby further amended by the variation and addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto :-

SCHEDULE.

Additions to List.

ARGENTINA & URUGUAY.

Brolund, Ricardo, Montevideo, Uruguay. Duzer, Van, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Juthmann, Ricardo, Montevideo, Uruguay.

Kozel, Federico (Partner of Guillermo Stahringer &

Company).

Lafont, J. A., Calle Defensa 542-3, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Müller (or Miller), Frederico, Livestock Importer, Buenos

Aires, Argentina.

Sassoli, Juan, Calle Rincon 453, Montevideo, Uruguay. Schmidt, Pablo, Montevideo, Uruguay.

Simon, Alberto Maximo (Partner of Guillermo Stahringer

& Company).

Stahringer, Guillermo, & Company, Calle Florida 171,

Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Stahringer, Guillermo (Partner of Guillermo Stahringer

& Company).

Wolff & Schorr, Buenos Aires; & Calle Cordoba 1100,

Rosario, Argentina.

Seiler, Emil, Sucre.

BOLIVIA.

BRAZIL.

Andrade, Marcelino, Santos.

Boehm, Otto, Joinville, Sta. Catharina.

Borges, Antonio, Rua Voluntarios da Patria 46, Porto

Alegre.

"Deutsche Tageblatt," Sociedad Anonyma Rio de

66

Janeiro.

Diario de Rio" (see Sociedad Anonyma "Deutsche

Tageblatt").

Hackradt, F., & Company, Rua A. Penteado 15, Sao

Paulo; & Corityba.

Jantsch, Aurelio, & Company, Corumba.

Lallemant, J. L., Rio Tarpiche Caixa 343, Rio de Janeiro. Nobrega, Sergio Augusto, Joinville, Sta. Catharina, &

Sao Francisco do Sul.

Schwartz, Eduardo, Joinville, Sta. Catharina.

Simon, Feliciano, Corumba.

Sociedad Anonyma "Deutsche Tageblatt," Rio de

Janeiro.

Stock, Emilio, Joinville, Sta. Catharina.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 2, 1917.

CHILE.

Blech Wegener, T. A., Santiago & Valparaiso.

Jacobsen, Luis, Concepcion, & Coronel.

Kirsinger, R. Weinreich (late Kirsinger & Company),

Esmeralda 85, Valparaiso.

Paez, Carlos, Valparaiso.

Samhaber, Augusto, Valparaiso.

Smits & Assler, Talca.

Weisser Hermanos, Casilla 871, Antofagasta.

COLOMBIA.

Böhmer & Linzen, Cali.

Cortissoz, Correa & Company, Barranquilla.

DENMARK.

Larsen, Aage (see J. M. Bohm Stettin Spedition). Lassen's, Carl, Filial, International Speditionsforretning,

Amaliegade 37, Copenhagen.

Scheidt, W. J. (see Société Anonyme Eisendrath). Trojel, Hans (see Vesterbros Farve & Materialhandel).

ECUADOR.

Delgado, Simon, Guayaquil.

GREECE.

Anatoli Insurance Company, The, Athens.

Coundourakis, Georges J., Candia, Crete.

Margaritis, J., Piræus.

Yannoukakis, Nicholas, Piræus.

ICELAND & FÄROE ISLANDS.

Árnason, Jón, Vesturgota, Reykjavik.

Kristoferson, Magnus, Hverfisgota, Reykjavik. Runolfsson, Olafur, Hverfisgota, Reykjavik.

Thordarsson, Svein, Hverfisgota, Reykjavik.

NETHERLANDS.

Algemeen Import & Export Maatschappy, Korte Vyver-

berg 5/6, The Hague.

Berger, Henri (see Drukkerij N.V.).

"Bleekertje, Het," Zeeppoederfabriek (see J. H. Wigle-

ven).

Dumonceau Frères (see de Komeet, N. V.).

Jacobs, H., Scheepmakershaven 41, Rotterdam. Kattenburg, M. (see American Importing Company). Loth & Stöpler (see Chirurgische Instrumentenfabriek

N. V.).

Olex Petroleum Import Maatschappy N. V., Stationstr.

53, Zaandam.

Pouwels, Coelingh, J. (see Deventer Glas Maatschappy). Verhoeven, H. J. L., (see Bergsma, Agentuur & Com-

missiehandel).

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

Bakker, W. J., Sourabaya.

Continental Tyre and Rubber Company, Sourabaya. Dietzold, W., Pematang Siantar.

Everts, J. T., Sourabaya.

Gronert, J. C. N., Batavia.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 2, 1917. 53

Haji Hassan, Batavia. Jones, Arthur, Samarang. Kielich, W., Batavia. Lio Kiong Oe, Menado.

Maatschappij voor Industrielle Ondernemingen op Java,

Medan.

Mijnbouw Maatschappij Aequator, Sumatra.

Olze, William, Sourabaya.

Persyn, C., Batavia.

Riebschlaeger, F. W., Sourabaya.

Schultz, Ph. H. E., Medan.

Wagner, Hans, Sourabaya.

Zande, van der J., Sourabaya.

NORWAY.

Dopheides, Magasin i Trondhjem, A/S, Olaf Trygves-

sonsgt 20, Trondhjem.

Johnsen, A. Meyer, & Johan Heldal (see Saltlager A/S.). Kaffeekompagniet (see Joh. Pettersen).

"Victoria " Smörfabrikken, (see Kornelius Olsen).

PERSIA.* *

Meister, Lucius & Brunig (see Farbwerke).

PERU.

Cuglievan, Juan, Chiclayo.

Talledo, Pedro M., Paita.

PORTUGAL.

Baptista, Jacintho Ferreira (see Reys, Fernandes &

Bapista).

Fernandes, Bernardo Eugenio Vieira, (see Reys, Fernan-

dez & Baptista).

Reys, Antonio Leonardo da Silva (see Reys, Fernandes

& Baptista).

Thomson Houston Iberica (see Allgemeine Electricitäts

Gesellschaft).

Wimmer, Hans (see J. Wimmer & Company).

Wimmer, Johannes, (see J. Wimmer & Company).

Wimmer, Max, (see J. Wimmer & Company).

SPAIN.

Ahles, Sucesor de Alberto, & Company (see Felix

Schlayer).

Bravo, Joaquin Lleiva, Calle San Jeronimo, Granada. Cano, Angel, Calle Sagrarario, Valencia.

Convento, (El) Sociedad Anonima, Palamos.

Feliu y Adaro, Paseo de Colon 8, Barcelona.

Feu Hermanos, Ayamonte; Huelva & Lepe.

Garrido & Otte, Pasaje de la Alhambra 1, & Imperial 2,

Madrid.

Gimenez y Martinez, Pedro, Dormitorio San Francisco

13, Barcelona.

Herberg, Viuda de Federico, Rosellón 194, & Calle Claris

54, Barcelona.

Larrinaga y Bilbao, Plazuela S. Nicholas 2, Bilbao.

Medina, Domingo, Las Palmas, Grand Canary.

Muller de Goupille, J., Tarragona.

Oliver, Viriato E., Calle Ciscar 6, Valencia.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 2, 1917.

Orenstein & Koppel--Arthur Koppel--Sociedad Ano- nima, Rambla de Santa Maria 13, Barcelona & all branches in Spain.

Perseverancia (La), Oxide Factory, (see Bonitz Hermanos). Polster y Buch, Calle Cuarte 134-136, Valencia.

Romero, Manuel, Calle de Nicolas 8, Madrid; & Barcelona. Rüggeberg, Federico, Ausias March 14-18, Barcelona. Saenz, Manuel Domingo, Calle de San Francisco, Malaga. Suarez, Bernardo, Las Palmas, Grand Canary.

SWEDEN.

Jonsson's Klas., Eft., Kyrkogatan 20, Gothenburg. Meyer, Franz, & Company, (see Svenska Limämmesfa-

briken Komanditbolag).

Meyer, James, (see Svenska Hud & Skinnaffären).

Removals from List.

ARGENTINA.

Massimino, Adolfo, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Puig, Alberto, & Company.

MOROCCO.

Escalant, Antonio Lopez, Laraiche.

PERSIA.

Haji Gholem Ali, & Haji Mohamed Bagher.

Behbehani & Sons, Bushire.

PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.

Duft, Charles G., Manila.

Hashim, N. T., & Company, Manila.

PORTUGAL.

Gomes de Amorim, Francisco, Praça dos Restaurandoes

53, Lisbon.

SPAIN.

Gaissert, Emilio, & Company, Calle Princesa 61, Bar-

celona.

Gaissert, Emilio M., Ronda de San Pedro 17 (esquina

Claris), Barcelona.

Nolla y Badia, José, Cortes 612, Barcelona.

Variations in List.

Corrections in the names and alterations in and additions to addresses of the persons or firms whose names have been already published are made as under :-----

BRAZIL.

22 August, 1916.-Peters, W., Rua Municipal 148-150,

Manaos.

;

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 2, 1917.

ECUADOR.

22 August, 1916.-Balda, Manuel Angel, Bahia de Cará- quez (not connected with Manuel Aurelio Balda, Portoviejo).

NETHERLANDS.

8 August, 1916.-Barmat, J., Keizersgracht 302-304,

Amsterdam, and Wynstraat 72, Rotterdam.

8 August, 1916.-Wolfouritz, S., Seinpostduin 25,

Scheveningen.

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

7 April, 1916.-Vanrhee, Macassar; Menado and Goron-

talo.

8 December, 1916.-No Heng San, Menado.

PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.

30 June, 1916.-El Siglo XIX, Manila.

SPAIN.

29 February, 1916.-Amann y Gana, Calle Ayala 1,

Bilbao.

15 June, 1916.-Lopez, José, Calle Diputacion 112-118,

and Bruch 49, Barcelona.

VENEZUELA.

10 November, 1916.--Belloso Velasco, Jesus, Maracaibo. 24 November, 1916.--Daumen, Caracas.

10 November, 1916.---Mauri, José Ventura, Caracas.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

1st February, 1917.

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

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 * NOTE (1).---Under the Trading with the Enemy Proclamations of the 25th June and 19th Novem- ber, 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 Liberia, Persia, Morocco or Portuguese East Africa, and consequently it is an offence to trade with any person or body of persons of enemy nationality, resident or carrying on business in Liberia, Persia, 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.

NOTE (2).--Where a firm named in the List has more than one branch in the same country, all branches in that country are held to be included in the List even in cases where no address, or of several addresses one only is specifically mentioned.

NOTE (3). The above additions, removals and variations were made in the United Kingdom on the 8th December, 1916, except the additions in the case of the Netherland East Indies, which were made in the United Kingdom on the 6th January, 1917.

 NOTE (4).-The dates which appear opposite to the names in the variations are the dates on which the respective names in question were added to the Statutory List in the United Kingdom.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 2, 1917.

NOTICES.

No. 35.

Order under Section 91b of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, (Ordi- nance No. 1 of 1903), made by the Governor on the 31st day of January, 1917.

    WHEREAS I, 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 deem it expedient for the execution of a public purpose to remove certain graves on Crown Land in Sookungpoo Valley which are not in an authorised Cemetery namely the graves which are within the area coloured red on a plan dated the Twenty-seventh day of January, 1917, signed by the Director of Public Works which may be seen during office hours at the office of the Public Works Department NOW I by this Order under my hand by virtue of the power in that behalf vested in me by Section 91b of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, and all other powers thereto me enabling DO HEREBY ORDER AND DIRECT that the said graves be removed to the satisfaction of the Director of Public Works either by the Public Works Department or by the Tung Wa Hospital should the Board of Direction desire to undertake the work and that the remains removed from such graves shall be re-interred or disposed of in such manner as the Secretary for Chinese Affairs in consultation with the Head of the Sanitary Depart- ment and the Board of Direction of the Tung Wa Hospital shall think fit and that all reasonable expenses in connection with such removal, re-interment and disposal shall be defrayed out of the public revenue of the Colony.

Given under my hand this 31st day of January, 1917.

F. H. MAY,

GOVERNMENT HOUSE,

Hongkong.

No. 36. Financial Statement for the month of November, 1916.

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE.

Governor.

TREASURY.

Balance of Assets and Liabilities on 31st October, 1916, Revenue from 1st to 30th November, 1916,

$ 1,606,450.33 1,091,302.78

Expenditure from 1st to 30th November, 1916,...................

2,697,753.11 739,111.35

Balance,.....

1,958,641.76

Assets and Liabilities on the 30th November, 1916.

LIABILITIES.

ASSETS.

C.

C.

Deposits not Available,

821,923.17

House Service Account,

3,481.94

Subsidiary Coins, Advances,

539,977.95

113,974.42

Drafts on Crown Agents, Postal Agencies,

627,775.70

Imprest,

36,850.00

7,750.82

Crown Agents' Deposit Account,.

1,304,477.72

Unallocated Stores, (P.W.D.),. Unallocated Stores, (Railway),

289,949.31

117,785.86

Balance, Bank,

1,002,617.80

Total Liabilities,.....

1,460,931.63

Crown Agents' Current Account,. Exchange,

13,132.86

807.47

Balance,......

1,958,641.76

TOTAL,..

..$3,419,573.39

TOTAL,..

3,419,573.39

2nd February, 1917.

A. M. THOMSON,

Treasurer.

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No. 37.

SUPREME COurt.

THE CHINA HONG NIN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED.

Report of the Registrar of Companies, under Section 18 of the Life Insurance Com- panies Ordinance, 1907, (Ordinance No. 11 of 1907), upon the Valuation and Report of Mr. H. R. Sturt, F.I.A., for the five years ending 20th March, 1915.

The Valuation Balance Sheet, which is based on the Company's balance sheet made up to the 20th March, 1915, shows liabilities $1,048,756.55 and assets $843,044.02, a deficiency in assets of $205,712.53. In the Valuation Balance Sheet the house proper- ties owned by the Company are valued at $488,097.47, the price paid for them by the Company. I have, however, been supplied with a valuation of these properties as on the 20th March, 1915, made by Mr. A. G. HEWLITT, Lic. R.I.B.A., which gives their then value as being $637,000, an increase of $148,902.53. This valuation, if correct, reduces the deficiency in assets to $56,810.

26th January, 1917.

HUGH A. NISBET,

Registrar of Companies.

LAND OFFICE.

No. 38.--It is hereby notified for general information that the Cancellation of the Memorial of Re-entry on Farm Lot No. 43 has been registered according to law.

2nd February, 1917.

P. JACKS,

Land Officer.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 9, 1917.

No. 2.

[L.S.]

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 the second section of the Commissioners Powers Ordinance, 1886, it is enacted that the Governor in Council shall have power to nominate and appoint Commis- sioners under the public seal for the purpose of instituting, making, and conducting any enquiry that may be deemed advisable and for reporting thereon:

And Whereas the Governor in Council has deemed it advisable that an enquiry should be instituted, made, and conducted regarding the following matter, namely:

    Whether and to what extent, having regard both to Imperial needs and to local con- ditions, it is practicable and expedient that male British subjects of military age, resident in the Colony, who wish to volunteer for active service with His Majesty's forces outside the Colony, should be allowed to leave the Colony for that purpose :

    Now 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, with the advice and consent of the Executive Council, hereby appoint you :

The Hon. Mr. ERNEST HAMILTON SHARP, K.C.,

The Hon. Mr. CHARLES EDWARD ANTON,

ROBERT SHEWAN, Esquire,

CHARLES MONTAGUE EDE, Esquire,

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Lieut.-Colonel IVOR BERTRAM FENDALL CURRIE, R.A.,

Commander CHARLES WILLIAM MALBEYSE BECKWITH, R.N.,

THOMAS ALEXANDER LOUGHLIN, Esquire,

to be Commissioners for the purpose of instituting, making, and conducting such enquiry:

    And I do also appoint you, the said ERNEST HAMILTON SHARP, to be Chairman of the said Commissioners:

And I do also appoint ARTHUR GEORGE MURCHISON FLETCHER, Esquire, to be Secretary to the said Commissioners:

And I do also order and direct that for all or any of the purposes of the said enquiry five Commissioners inclusive of the Chairman shall be and constitute a quorum :

    And I do further, with the advice and consent of the Executive Council, order and direct that the şaid Commissioners shall have all the powers, rights, and privileges set out in the third and fourth sections of the said Ordinance :

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 9, 1917. 61

  And I do further require you, the said Commissioners, to report to me your findings and your recommendations in the matter of the said enquiry.

  Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 9th day of February 1917.

By Command,

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

The following notification is published, by command:-

  The Commissioners appointed by virtue of Proclamation No. 2 of the 9th February, 1917, are prepared, for purposes of the enquiry indicated in the said Proclamation, to consider forthwith applications from male British subjects, who on the said 9th February, 1917, have not attained the age of forty-one years and who wish to volunteer for active service with His Majesty's forces outside the Colony.

  Applications should be addressed forthwith in writing to Mr. A. G. M. FLETCHER, Colonial Secretary's Office, and they should contain particulars of the applicant's birth- place, age, and employment, and any other matters that the applicant may wish to bring to the notice of the Commissioners.

By direction of the Commissioners,

A. G. M. FLETCHER, Secretary to the Commissioners.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

  No. 39.--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 South China War Savings Association.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

25th January, 1917.

:

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 9, 1917. 61

  And I do further require you, the said Commissioners, to report to me your findings and your recommendations in the matter of the said enquiry.

  Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 9th day of February 1917.

By Command,

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

The following notification is published, by command:-

  The Commissioners appointed by virtue of Proclamation No. 2 of the 9th February, 1917, are prepared, for purposes of the enquiry indicated in the said Proclamation, to consider forthwith applications from male British subjects, who on the said 9th February, 1917, have not attained the age of forty-one years and who wish to volunteer for active service with His Majesty's forces outside the Colony.

  Applications should be addressed forthwith in writing to Mr. A. G. M. FLETCHER, Colonial Secretary's Office, and they should contain particulars of the applicant's birth- place, age, and employment, and any other matters that the applicant may wish to bring to the notice of the Commissioners.

By direction of the Commissioners,

A. G. M. FLETCHER, Secretary to the Commissioners.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

  No. 39.--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 South China War Savings Association.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

25th January, 1917.

:

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

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NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

   No. 40. The revised list of persons to whom articles to be exported to China may be consigned, which was published as Notification No. 28, and amended by Notification No. 29, published in the Gazette of January 26th, 1917, is hereby amended by the addition. of the following names :--

Ault & Wiborg Co., The, Shanghai.

Baring, E., Shanghai.

Bena, G. A., Shanghai.

Benigno Crespi, Societa Anonima, Shanghai.

Benjamin, D. H., Shanghai.

British Traders' Insurance Co., Ltd.

Canton Nanyang Bros. Tobacco Co., Shanghai.

Chang Ka Pang Wharves.

Dong Chong Bicycle Co., Shanghai.

Dubois, M. Jean, Hankow.

Eastern & Australian Import & Export Co., Shanghai.

Eastern Critic, The, Shanghai.

Eishingo & Co., Mukden.

Far East Oxygen & Acetyline Co., Shanghai.

Gromuiko, I. I., Harbin.

Hsin Li & Co., Tientsin.

Japan Cotton Trading Co., Shanghai.

Japan Dental Manufacturing Co., Shanghai.

John Dickinson & Co., Ltd., Shanghai.

Judah & Meyers, Shanghai.

Kuang Li Ho, Shanghai.

Kuroki & Co., Shanghai.

Kyosan Yoko, Shanghai.

L. Shainin, Shainin's Russian Provision Store, Shanghai.

La Confiance, Fire Insurance Co., Shanghai.

League, T. J., of the Union Business Agency, Tientsin. Lin Teh Kee, Shanghai.

L'Urbaine, Fire Insurance Co. of Paris, Shanghai.

M. L. Teplitzky, Import & Export, Shanghai.

Macdonnell Chow Corporation, Shanghai.

Mackenzie Stewart & Co., (Manchester), Ltd. Maison de Parfumerie, Shanghai.

Masuda & Co., Shanghai.

Mee Cheong Studio, Amoy.

Meyer & Measor, Shanghai.

N. V. Handel Maatschappij (Tay Tjhiang Hong), Shanghai.

Naigai Wata Kaisha, Ltd., Shanghai.

Nakagiri & Co., Shanghai.

Nenningsen, H. F., Peking.

Nippon Marine Insurance Co., Ltd., Shanghai.

Nippon Paint Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Shanghai.

Oriental Transportation & Trading Co., Ltd., Shanghai.

P'u Tuan Kung, Shanghai.

Satoh Shokai, Shanghai.

Shanghai Import & Export Co.

Shanghai Silk Spinning Co., Ltd., Shanghai.

Societa Commissionaria di Esportazione, Shanghai.

Société Anonyme de Minis de Luhan.

Société Belge de Chemins de Fer en Chine, Peking.

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Tai Feng Kung Sen, Shanghai.

Tetley, L. T., (Liquidator of the Austrian Export &

Import Co., Ltd.), Shanghai.

Tin Fah Hong (China Trading Co.), Shanghai.

Ts'oei Fong-kien, Chungking.

Union Business Agency, (T. J. League), Tientsin.

Wang Hung Chi, Shanghai.

Wang Hung Kee, Shanghai.

Wells, Fargo & Co., Shanghai.

Zellensky, A. L., Shanghai.

Ziervogel & Bolton, Drs., Shanghai.

  No. 41. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint, under Section 3 of the Vaccination Ordinance, 1890, (Ordinance No. 2 of 1890), the following gentleman. to be a Public Vaccinator:-

Name.

Man Tat-cheung (X).

Occupation.

Member of the Ambulance Platoon of the Hongkong Police Reserve.

Address.

Tung Wah Hospital.

9th February, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

  No. 42.--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. 1 of 2,1917.2

30th January, The British Thomson-

1917. Houston Company,

Limited..

83, Cannon Street, London, E.C.

An invention for improve-

Hd

ments in and relating to Electrical Vacuum Dis- charge Devices.

  No. 43.--It is hereby notified that the registrations of the following trade marks have expired and that they will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 6th day of March, 1917, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before that date:

Number of Trade Mark.

No. 4A to D of 1889.

No. 1 of 1903.

Name and Address of Proprietor.

Gilman and Company, Hongkong.

The Gottlieb Taussing. Nro. 215 Schonbrun- nerstrąse, Vienna, Austria.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

6th February, 1917.

6th February, 1917.

Morhut A T 6th February 1917.

E. CARPMAEL, Registrar of Trade Marks.

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Tai Feng Kung Sen, Shanghai.

Tetley, L. T., (Liquidator of the Austrian Export &

Import Co., Ltd.), Shanghai.

Tin Fah Hong (China Trading Co.), Shanghai.

Ts'oei Fong-kien, Chungking.

Union Business Agency, (T. J. League), Tientsin.

Wang Hung Chi, Shanghai.

Wang Hung Kee, Shanghai.

Wells, Fargo & Co., Shanghai.

Zellensky, A. L., Shanghai.

Ziervogel & Bolton, Drs., Shanghai.

  No. 41. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint, under Section 3 of the Vaccination Ordinance, 1890, (Ordinance No. 2 of 1890), the following gentleman. to be a Public Vaccinator:-

Name.

Man Tat-cheung (X).

Occupation.

Member of the Ambulance Platoon of the Hongkong Police Reserve.

Address.

Tung Wah Hospital.

9th February, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

  No. 42.--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. 1 of 2,1917.2

30th January, The British Thomson-

1917. Houston Company,

Limited..

83, Cannon Street, London, E.C.

An invention for improve-

Hd

ments in and relating to Electrical Vacuum Dis- charge Devices.

  No. 43.--It is hereby notified that the registrations of the following trade marks have expired and that they will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 6th day of March, 1917, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before that date:

Number of Trade Mark.

No. 4A to D of 1889.

No. 1 of 1903.

Name and Address of Proprietor.

Gilman and Company, Hongkong.

The Gottlieb Taussing. Nro. 215 Schonbrun- nerstrąse, Vienna, Austria.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

6th February, 1917.

6th February, 1917.

Morhut A T 6th February 1917.

E. CARPMAEL, Registrar of Trade Marks.

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ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

No. 44. Extract of Meteorological Observations made at the Royal Observatory, Hongkong, during the month of January, 1917.

BARO-

METER

TEMPERATURE.

HUMIDITY.

WIND.

CLOUDI SUN-

DATE.

RAIN.

AT

NESS. SHINE.

M.S.L.

Max.

Mean. Min.

Rel.

Abs.

Dir. Vel.

ins.

O

p. c.

ins.

p. c.

hrs.ns.

Points. Miles

p.h.

I,

30.10

67.4 62.4

59.8

75.

0.42

87

7.2 0.005

ENE 12.3

2,

.15

60.8

57.9

53.7

.66

.32

99

0.010

N

4.8

3,

.27

56.6

54.3 52.0 70

.29

98

NNE

7.6

+,

.36

56.5

52.1 47.0

60

.23

99

1.5

N by E 10.8

5,

⚫36

53.2

50.5

47.0

65

.24

100

6,

.31

51.3

48.4

46.0

86

.29

100

0.050 0.140

N by E

6.4

N by E

7.2

7,

.34

52.5

47.8

43.4

81

.27

100

0.130 N by E.

8,

-5T

48.4

43.3 .39.1 48

7.5

14

100

0.7-

0.010-

N

10.8

9,

.54

52.2

10,

.55

54.1

[1,

.48

56.5 50.9 43.5 34

48.2 42.6

44.4 38.8 30

.09

67

5.3

N by E 8.5

26

.09

26

10.0

N by E 13.2

.13

75

3.6

NE by N 7.0

12,

.34

62.3

56.5 52.3 56

.26

36

9.6

E

8.5

13,

.27

64.7 58.1 52.6

62

.30

5

9.8

E by S 10.1

14,

.24

64.0

58.9 53.0 ·69

.35

20

9.6

E

6.4

15,

.24

61.9 58.2 54.7

54

.26

9.6

E by N 15.8

16,

.20

60.6

56.7

17,

.19.

70.1

61.3

18,

.23

19,

.17

64.6

20,

.12

64.4 56.2 52.0 56

56.2

51.7 68.9 59.5 52.2 54

53.6 57

53.1 65

̈.30;

50

8.2

E by S

17.0

- 31

25

9.2.

N by E

9.6,

.25

8:7

ENNE

9.2

62

.28

.27

21,

.13

66.2

59.8

55.8

64

.33

2 7∞

8.8

E by S

5.2

7

8.8

E by S

7.1

8

8.9

E

13.7

22,

.II

60.7

57.7 55.4

74

.35

32

7.1

E

20.3.

23,

.13

66.6 60.4 54.6

.27

24,

.18

57.1

53.6 55.2

9.I

NNE

IO.I

66

.29

81

1.2

E

16.0

25,

..10

62.5 58.7 54.I

67

.33

96

1.3

26,

:07

68.9 63.5 59.9 79

.47

81

5.3

27,

28,

29,

.04 .12

64.6 61.2 58.1

84

.46

66

7.6.

E by S 18.1 E by S 12.5

E

19.9

62.7

59.8 56.9

78

.40

.90

0.2

ENE

8.8

.21

58.7 56.0 54-3

69

.31

98

0.3

E by N 11.5

30,

31,

.17

.15

64.3 58.6 56.0

59.7 56.7 55.0 70

.32

43

9.5

.3 I

44

8.8

E E by N

18.0

7.2

Sum.

Sum.

Mean.

30.24

60.7 55.8 51.7 63

0.29

56

169.9

0.345

ENE IT.O

MEANS AND EXTREMES FOR JANUARY (1884 TO 1913 INCLUSIVE) :-

Maximum,......

Mean,

Minimum,

30.22

30.16

30.05

69.0 64.9 62.2 83 64.6 60.0 56.3 74 60.2 55.6 51.5

.39

63

333333

51

.32.

91 238.8 8.430 65 142.4 1.442 35 39.4 0.000

16.8

E by N 13.6

II.O

The rainfall for the month of January at the Botanical Gardens was Oins. 46 on 4 days, at the Matilda Hospital, Mount Kellett, it was Oins.44 on 4 days, and at the Police Station, Taipo, it was Oins.61 on 4 days.

The mean barometric pressure for the month of January was the highest on record. The maximum reading, 30-494 on the 10th, was the highest on record since 1903, January 6, when it was 30-509.

The mean temperature was the lowest on record since 1900. The minimum tem- perature, 38°.8 on the 9th, was the lowest on record since 1900, January 9, when it was 37°-5. On 1893 January 18 it was 32°0.

The mean vapour tension, or absolute humidity, was the lowest on record, and the mean relative humidity was equal to the lowest on record.

The mean wind velocity was the same as the lowest on record up to 1914. January, 1915, it was 109 m.p.h., and in January, 1916, it was 10'6 m.p.h.

In

T. F. CLAXTON,

7th February, 1917.

Director.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 9, 1917.

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LAND OFFICE.

  No. 45. It is hereby notified for general information that the Cancellation of the Memorial of Re-entry on New Kowloon Inland Lot No. 58 has been registered according to law.

8th February, 1917.

P. JACKS,

Land Officer.

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DESPATCHES FROM THE SECRETARY OF STATE.

No. 46.

CIRCULAR.

DOWNING STREET,

20th December, 1916.

SIR,--With reference to Mr. Bonar Law's Circular despatch of the 30th of August,. on the subject of the Imperial Institute, I have the honour to transmit to you the accom- panying copy of three Resolutions adopted by an Inter-Departmental Committee which was appointed to define the spheres of work of the Imperial Institute and the Commercial Intelligence Branch of the Board of Trade.

 2. I have to explain that, in view of the increased attention which has been paid, especially since the outbreak of war, to the importance of obtaining the fullest possible information as to the resources of the Empire in raw materials, with the object of the utilisation of those resources for purposes of commercial development, it was felt that some danger existed lest the work in this direction which was being carried on by the Department and the Institute might lead to an overlapping of their functions and to con- sequent waste of energy.

 3. It was accordingly decided to appoint an Inter-Departmental Committee over which the Right Honourable Lewis Harcourt, M.P., then First Commissioner of Works, was good enough to preside, and it is hoped that the decision embodied in the enclosed Resolutions, which have been unanimously agreed to by the Committee, will ensure a satisfactory delimitation of the spheres of work of the two departments as well as close and cordial co-operation between them.

4. I shall be glad if you will take steps, by publishing this despatch in the official Gazette or in such other manner as you may deem suitable, to give publicity to the new arrangement.

I have, &c.,

WALTER H. LONG.

The Officer Administering the Government of

HONGKONG.

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[Enclosure in Circular despatch dated 20th December, 1916.

RESOLUTIONS OF INTER-DEPARTMENTAL COMMITTEE ON CO-OPERATION BETWEEN THE BOARD OF TRADE AND THE IMPERIAL INSTITUTE.

(1) The Imperial Institute should deal with enquiries as to the sources of supply of raw materials produced within the Empire in connexion with their industrial and com- mercial utilisation. Either the Board of Trade or the Imperial Institute may deal with enquiries as to supplies immediately available, but the Board of Trade should as a rule deal with enquiries for ordinary supplies of well-recognised raw material through the usual trade channels.

(2) The Imperial Institute should undertake all necessary investigations of the value and uses of raw materials produced within the Empire.

(3) The Imperial Institute and the Board of Trade should co-operate in cases in which the questions concerned involve special statistical and trade information as well as technical treatment.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 16, 1917.

PROCLAMATIONS.

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No. 47. The following Proclamation of His Majesty the KING is published for general information :---

By the KING.

A PROCLAMATIOŃ

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 date hereof, subject as hereinafter provided, the importation into the United Kingdom of the following goods is hereby prohibited, viz. :-

Gold, manufactured or unmanufactured, including gold coin and articles con-

sisting partly of or containing gold;

All manufactures of silver other than silver watches and silver watch cases; Jewellery of any description.

Provided always, and it is hereby declared, that this prohibition shall not apply to-- (a) 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; or

(b) Gold consigned for delivery at, and sale to, the Bank of England.

The Prohibition of Import (No. 11) Proclamation, 1916, is hereby revoked.

This Proclamation may be cited as the Prohibition of Import (No. 12) Proclamation, 1916.

Given at Our Court at Buckingham Palace, this Fifth day of December, in the year of our Lord, One thousand nine hundred and sixteen, and in the Seventh year of Our Reign.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

NOTE:-Previous proclamations were published in the Hongkong Gazettes of the 7th April, 19th May, 9th and 30th June, 21st July, 25th August, 22nd September, 6th October, and 17th November, 1916, and 19th January, 1917. Proclamations have also been issued prohibiting the importation into the United Kingdom of Belgian Bank Notes, Unset Diamonds, and Cocaine and Opium. See also Notification No. 48 in the present issue of the Gazette.

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No. 48. The following Proclamation of His Majesty the KING is published for general information:-

By the KING.

A PROCLAMATION

FOR PROHIBITING THE IMPORTATION OF COCAINE AND OPIUM INTO THE

GEORGE R.I.

UNITED KINGDOM.

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 :

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 16, 1917.

PROCLAMATIONS.

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No. 47. The following Proclamation of His Majesty the KING is published for general information :---

By the KING.

A PROCLAMATIOŃ

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 date hereof, subject as hereinafter provided, the importation into the United Kingdom of the following goods is hereby prohibited, viz. :-

Gold, manufactured or unmanufactured, including gold coin and articles con-

sisting partly of or containing gold;

All manufactures of silver other than silver watches and silver watch cases; Jewellery of any description.

Provided always, and it is hereby declared, that this prohibition shall not apply to-- (a) 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; or

(b) Gold consigned for delivery at, and sale to, the Bank of England.

The Prohibition of Import (No. 11) Proclamation, 1916, is hereby revoked.

This Proclamation may be cited as the Prohibition of Import (No. 12) Proclamation, 1916.

Given at Our Court at Buckingham Palace, this Fifth day of December, in the year of our Lord, One thousand nine hundred and sixteen, and in the Seventh year of Our Reign.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

NOTE:-Previous proclamations were published in the Hongkong Gazettes of the 7th April, 19th May, 9th and 30th June, 21st July, 25th August, 22nd September, 6th October, and 17th November, 1916, and 19th January, 1917. Proclamations have also been issued prohibiting the importation into the United Kingdom of Belgian Bank Notes, Unset Diamonds, and Cocaine and Opium. See also Notification No. 48 in the present issue of the Gazette.

!

No. 48. The following Proclamation of His Majesty the KING is published for general information:-

By the KING.

A PROCLAMATION

FOR PROHIBITING THE IMPORTATION OF COCAINE AND OPIUM INTO THE

GEORGE R.I.

UNITED KINGDOM.

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 :

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    And whereas it is expedient that the importation into the United Kingdom of cocaine or of opium should be prohibited except 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 this date, subject as hereinafter provided, all cocaine and all opium shall be prohibited to be imported into the United Kingdom:

    Provided always, and it is hereby declared, that nothing in this Proclamation shall apply to cocaine or opium imported under the licence of one of Our Principal Secretaries of State, and in accordance with the provisions of such licence.

    The word "cocaine" includes all preparations, salts, derivatives, or admixtures pre- pared therefrom or therewith and containing 0'1 per cent. (one part in a thousand) or more of the drug, or any solid or liquid extract of the coca leaf containing 0.1 per cent. or more of the drug.

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    The word opium" means raw opium, powdered or granulated opium, or opium prepared for smoking, and includes any solid or semi-solid mixture containing opium.

    The Cocaine and Opium (Prohibition of Import) Proclamation, 1916, is hereby revoked.

    This Proclamation may be cited as The Cocaine and Opium (Prohibition of Import) No. 2 Proclamation, 1916.

Given at Our Court at Buckingham Palace, this Eleventh day of December, in the year of our Lord, One thousand nine hundred and sixteen, and in the Seventh year of Our Reign.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

NOTE: Previous proclamations were published in the Hongkong Gazettes of the 7th April, 19th May, 9th and 30th June, 21st July, 25th August, 22nd September, 6th October, and 17th November, 1916, and 19th January, 1917. Proclamations have also been issued prohibiting the importation into the United Kingdom of Belgian Bank Notes and of Unset Diamonds. See also Notification No. 47 in the present issue of the Gazette.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 49.

    Order made by the Governor in Council under Section 8 (2) of the Rating Ordinance, 1901, (Ordinance No. 6 of 1901), this 15th day of February, 1917.

    It is hereby ordered that the existing valuation of the tenements in the Colony shall be wholly adopted for the year 1917-1918.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

· 15th February, 1917.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

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    And whereas it is expedient that the importation into the United Kingdom of cocaine or of opium should be prohibited except 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 this date, subject as hereinafter provided, all cocaine and all opium shall be prohibited to be imported into the United Kingdom:

    Provided always, and it is hereby declared, that nothing in this Proclamation shall apply to cocaine or opium imported under the licence of one of Our Principal Secretaries of State, and in accordance with the provisions of such licence.

    The word "cocaine" includes all preparations, salts, derivatives, or admixtures pre- pared therefrom or therewith and containing 0'1 per cent. (one part in a thousand) or more of the drug, or any solid or liquid extract of the coca leaf containing 0.1 per cent. or more of the drug.

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    The word opium" means raw opium, powdered or granulated opium, or opium prepared for smoking, and includes any solid or semi-solid mixture containing opium.

    The Cocaine and Opium (Prohibition of Import) Proclamation, 1916, is hereby revoked.

    This Proclamation may be cited as The Cocaine and Opium (Prohibition of Import) No. 2 Proclamation, 1916.

Given at Our Court at Buckingham Palace, this Eleventh day of December, in the year of our Lord, One thousand nine hundred and sixteen, and in the Seventh year of Our Reign.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

NOTE: Previous proclamations were published in the Hongkong Gazettes of the 7th April, 19th May, 9th and 30th June, 21st July, 25th August, 22nd September, 6th October, and 17th November, 1916, and 19th January, 1917. Proclamations have also been issued prohibiting the importation into the United Kingdom of Belgian Bank Notes and of Unset Diamonds. See also Notification No. 47 in the present issue of the Gazette.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 49.

    Order made by the Governor in Council under Section 8 (2) of the Rating Ordinance, 1901, (Ordinance No. 6 of 1901), this 15th day of February, 1917.

    It is hereby ordered that the existing valuation of the tenements in the Colony shall be wholly adopted for the year 1917-1918.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

· 15th February, 1917.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

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APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 50. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under instructions from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, to recognise Mr. LEIGHTON HOPE as Vice Consul of the United States of America at Hongkong.

12th February, 1917.

No. 51.-It is hereby notified that Mr. CYRIL FRANCIS WOGAN BOWEN-ROWLANDS, Secretary to the Sanitary Board, has, by direction of the Secretary of State for the Colonies, been dismissed from the Government Service, with effect from the 14th February, 1917.

14th February, 1917.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 52.-The following additional list of firms which are being wound up under the Trading with the Enemy Amendment Act, 1916, is published for general informa- tion. The previous lists appeared in the Gazettes of the 20th April, 5th, 19th, and 26th May, 9th, 23rd, and 30th June, 7th and 28th July, 4th, 11th, and 25th August, 15th, 22nd, and 29th September, 6th, 20th, and 27th October, 17th November, 15th and 29th December, 1916, and 12th, 19th, and 26th January, 1917.

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 :

374. Hills, Menke and Co. Limited, 154, Great Charles Street, Birmingham, General Export Merchants. Controller: H. A. Sharp, 120, Colmore Row, Birmingham. 4 December, 1916.

375. Greenwich Time Limited, 106, Albany Street, London, N. W., Selling and Letting out on Hire Clocks. Controller: Stanley F. Stephens, 12/14, Arthur Street, London, E.C. 4 December, 1916.

376. Josef Wontropka, Monton Lane, Eccles, Manufacturer of Horse Hair Cloth. Controller: Stanley Pearson, 13, Spring Gardens, Manchester. 11 December, 1916.

377. Flammersheim and Steinmann, 18, Featherstone Buildings, High Holborn, London, W.C. Branch of Cologne firm of Wall Paper Manufacturers. Controller: Walter Boniface, 2, Clement's lnn, London, W.C. 11 December, 1916.

378. Perfumery Oja Co. (London) Limited, 43, City Road, London, E.C., Manu- facturers of and Dealers in Perfumery, etc. Controller: J. D. Pattullo, 65, London Wall, London, E.C. 12 December, 1916.

379. Joseph Brandl, 9, Playhouse Yard, Golden Lane, London, E.C., Hat Shape Manufacturer. Controller: Francis Joseph Saffery, 14, Old Jewry Cham- bers, London, E.C. 12 December, 1916.

380. Asher and Co., 14, Bedford Street, London, W.C., Publishers, etc. Con- troller: Sidney John Field, 17, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W. 18 December, 1916.

381. A Menaché and Co., 4, Beaver Street, Manchester, Shippers. Controller : Charles Meredith Tweedale, 77, King Street, Manchester. 18 December, 1916.

382. John zum Felde and Classen 150/151, Fenchurch Street, London, E.C., East India Merchants. Controller: Horace Evelyn Sier, 99, Cheapside, London, E.C. 18 December, 1916.

382. Decauville and Co., 31 and 32, Broad Street Avenue, London, E.C., late 10, Eastcheap, London, E.C., Makers of Portable Railways. Controller: George Stanhope Pitt, 140, Leadenhall Street, London, E.C. 18 Decem- ber, 1916.

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   No. 53.-The revised list of persons to whom articles to be exported to China may be consigned, which was published as Notification No. 28, and amended by Notifications Nos. 29 and 40, published in the Gazettes of January 26th and February 9th, 1917, res- pectively, is hereby further amended as follows:

Add the following names:-

Heng Tick Hoạt & Co., Amoy.

Hoo Aik & Co., Swatow.

Muller Phipps (Asia) Ltd., Shanghai.

Remove the following name :--

Katz, A., & Co., Shanghai, (Abraham, Katz & Co.).

16th February, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

TREASURY.

   No. 54. With reference to Government Notification No. 49 of the 15th February, 1917, owners of property are hereby informed that notice of any appeals against the adoption of the existing Valuation for the assessment year 1917-1918 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.

A. M. THOMSON,

Treasurer.

16th February, 1917.

SUPREME COURT.

   No. 55. It is hereby notified that the name of the MUSANG HONG, LIMITED, has been struck off the Register.

15th February, 1917.

   No. 56.-Under Section 16 of the Companies Amendment Ordinance, 1913, it is hereby notified for general information that, in addition to those already notified, the following persons have made application to be appointed auditors for the purposes of the Companies Ordinances, 1911-1915, and that they are, in my opinion, qualified to perform the duties required by the said Ordinance to be performed by an auditor:--

HENRY HUNTER BAYNE, C.A. ALEXANDER MCLURE, C.A.

16th February, 1917.

HUGH A. NISBET,

Registrar of Companies.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

   No. 57.---It is hereby notified that the registrations of the following trade marks have expired and that they will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 13th day of March, 1917, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before that date:-

Number of Trade Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietor.

Grossmann & Company, Victoria, Hongkong.

No. 2 of 1903.

No. 3 of 1903.

Do.

Date of Expiration of

Registration.

13th February, 1917.

Do.

13th February, 1917.

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No. 58.-It is hereby notified that the registrations of the following trade marks have expired and that they will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 15th day of March, 1917, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before. that date:-

Number of Trade Mark.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

Name and Address of Proprietor.

No. 5ai to viii of 1889.

Gysi & Kleinjung, Manchester, England.

15th February, 1917.

No. 5вi to viii of 1889.

No. 5ci to viii of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 5Di to viii of 1889.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

15th February, 1917.

E. CARPMAEL,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 23, 1917.

PROCLAMATIONS.

No. 59.-The following Proclamation of His Majesty the KING is published for general information:---

By the KING.

A PROCLAMATION

RELATING TO 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 by various Proclamations entitled Prohibition of Import Proclamations the importation of certain goods has been prohibited accordingly:

And whereas it is expedient that the importation into the United Kingdom of certain other goods should be prohibited, and the existing prohibition imposed on the importation of certain goods removed :

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: ----

(1) As from and after the date hereof, subject as hereinafter provided, the importa- tion into the United Kingdom of the following goods is hereby prohibited, viz. :--

Automatic machines for the retail sale of any article.

Military rifles and carbines.

Miniature and cadet rifles and carbines.

Revolvers and pistols.

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.

  (2) As from and after the date hereof the prohibition imposed by the Prohibition of Import (No. 10) Proclamation, 1916, on the importation of the following goods shall be removed, and the said Proclamation amended accordingly, viz. :-

1916.

Cotton hosiery.

This Proclamation may be cited as the Prohibition of Import (No. 13) Proclamation,

Given at Our Court at Buckingham Palace, this Twenty-second day of December, in the year of our Lord, One thousand nine hundred and sixteen, and in the Seventh year of Our Reign.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

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NOTE: Previous proclamations were published in the Hongkong Gazettes of the 7th April, 19th May, 9th and 30th June, 21st July, 25th August, 22nd September, 6th October, and 17th November, 1916, and 19th January, and 16th February (2), 1917. Proclamations have also been issued pro- hibiting the importation into the United Kingdom of Belgian Bank Notes, and Unset Diamonds.

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No. 60. 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, the 12th day of April, 1916, the 27th day of June, 1916, the 3rd day of October, 1916, and the 23rd day of November, 1916, We did, by Our Royal Proclamations of those dates, make certain additions to and modi- fications in the said list of articles to be treated as contraband; and

Whereas it is expedient to make certain further additions to 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:---

Oxalic acid and oxalates.

Formic acid and formates. Phenates.

Metallic sulphites and thiosulphates. Soda lime, and bleaching powder.

Platinum, osmium, ruthenium, rhodium, palladium, iridium, and the alloys and

compounds of these metals.

Strontium salts and compounds thereof.

Sulphate of barium (barytes).

Bone black.

  And We do hereby further declare that, as from this date, the following amendments shall be made in Schedule I of Our Royal Proclamation of the 14th October, 1915, afore- mentioned:

For item 8, "ethyl alcohol; methyl alcohol," there shall be substituted "Alcohols,

including fusel oil and wood spirit, and their derivatives and preparations." For item 35, "aluminium, alumina, and salts of aluminium," there shall be sub-

stituted "aluminium and its alloys, alumina, and salts of aluminium." For item 41, "wolframite, scheelite," there shall be substituted "tungsten ores." And We do hereby further declare that, as from this date, the following amendments shall be made in Schedule II of Our Royal Proclamation of the 14th October, 1915, afore- mentioned :-

For item 5, "fuel, other than mineral oils," there shall be substituted "fuel,

including charcoal, other than mineral oils."

Given at Our Court at Buckingham Palace, this Twenty-ninth day of December, in the year of our Lord, One thousand nine hundred and sixteen, and in the Seventh year of Our Reign.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

NOTE: The dates of the publication in the Hongkong Gazette of the various contraband proclama- tions now in force are as follows:-

Date of proclamation.

14th October, 1915.

27th January, 1916. 12th April, 1916. 27th June, 1916. 3rd October, 1916. 23rd November, 1916. 29th December, 1916.

Date of Hongkong Gazette.

22nd October, 1915. 24th March, 1916. 9th June, 1916. 25th August, 1916. 17th November, 1916. 19th January, 1917. 23rd February, 1917.

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 61.

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 February, 1917.

The list which was published in the Gazette of the 21st July, 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, No. 3, and which was amended by the lists published in the Gazettes of the 4th, 18th and 25th August, 1st, 15th and 22nd September, 6th, 20th and 27th October, 17th November, 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th December, 1916, and 5th, 19th and 26th January, and 2nd February, 1917, is hereby further amended by the variation and addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto :-

SCHEDULE.

Additions to List.

ARGENTINA AND URUGUAY.

Bayer, Federico, & Company, Rivadavia 2263, Buenos

Aires, Argentina.

Brizzi, Luis E., Calle Piedras 1174, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Carnosso, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Korth, Hans, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

María, Carlos de la, Montevideo, Uruguay.

Petersen, Alexandro, & Company, Ceballos 244, Buenos

Aires, Argentina.

Ffeiffer, Bruno & German, Calle Salta 309 and Casilla de

Correo 1166, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Retienne, Eduardo, Calle Rivadavia and Calle Sarmiento

1127, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Stremmler, Carlos, Corrientes 423, Buenos

          Buenos Aires, Argentina.

BRAZIL.

Brasil, Co-operativa Limitada, Rua 7 de Setembro 1,

Rio de Janeiro.

Co-operativa Brasil Limitada, Rio de Janeiro.

Gomes, Luiz (Co-operativa Brasil Limitada), Rio de

Janeiro.

Miranda, Agenor, Rua Senador Nabuco 19, Rio de

Janeiro.

CHILE.

Bayer, Frederico, & Company, Casilla 1267, Santiago. Becker, A. & F., & Company, Concepcion & Bandera

615, Santiago.

Brenner, Jorge, Iquique.

Faerber, Gustav, Valparaiso.

Giron, Basilio, & Company, Arica.

Hepp & Becker, Talcuhuano.

Hinch & Company, Valparaiso.

Hubenbecker, Teodoro, Bandera 86, Santiago.

Hucke Hermanos, Valparaiso.

Pinnau, Carlos, & Company, Suere 295, Antofagasta.

Sombrereria, Alemana á Jorge Brenner, Iquique.

Spoerer, Oscar, & Company, Concepcion.

Visscher, Alejandro, Hijo & Company, Iquique, & Arica.

Acero, Delfin, Cucuta.

COLOMBIA.

Ramirez, Luis Alberto, Bucaramanga.

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DENMARK.

Jeppesen, K. T., Princesse Maries Allé 17, (formerly of Jernbanegade 4, and Vodrofsplads 13), Copenhagen.

ECUADOR.

Hermann, Wilhelm, Quito.

Export Society, Piraeus.

GREECE.

Herzog, M. L., & Company, Salonika.

Savopoulos, Sfyris & Company, Rue Notara 67, Piraeus. Senegalia, A., Patras.

JAPAN.

Kee Sang, 150, Sakaemachi, Itchome, Kobe.

Kojiro Yayama, Shimo Yamate-Dori, 2, Chome, Kobe.

Ahlften, V.

Birkenheuer, W.

Busch, A.

LIBERIA.* *

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Decker, I.

Dinkela, H.

Gaede, W.

Gebhardt, Richard.

Hansen, C.

Heyn, E.

Hoffmann, Jul.

Huber, Oscar.

Jager, Ed. C.

Klinge, Alberico J.

Koch, N.

Kroell, K.

Kuhrmann, Carl.

Labe, H.

Lange, P.

Maier, Eugen.

Medicke, W.

Muller, Max.

Munch, N.

Petersen, W.

Preuss, E.

Quickenstedt, H.

Richter, N.

Roggenbau, H.

Schaumburg, R.

Scholls, J.

Seifer, A.

Thorade, K.

Tobeck, Louis.

Uckert, Richard.

Vagts, Arthur.

Vormeyer, H. Walter.

Wagner, E.

Wiebers, V.

Wursburg, W.

Zschorper, M.

MOROCCO.*

Lordjman, Haim (Jaime) V., Tangier.

NETHERLANDS.

Koekkoek, M. A., Nieuwendam, near Amsterdam.

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PERSIA.*

Hosseinyeh, Magasin, Tehran.

PERU.

Moreno, David G., Lima.

Roedinger, H., & Company, Ica.

SPAIN.

Deutsche Sudamerikanische Telegraphen Gesellschaft,

Tenerife (see German Cable Company).

Ferrer, José Ballester (see José Ballester, Hijo).

Fuchs, Siegfried, Villa Alemana, Malaga.

Grube, Werner, Calle Conde de Benomar 11, Seville.

Lecube, Juan, Bilbao.

Lopez Guerra, Manuel, Las Palmas, Grand Canary. "Provincia, La," Las Palmas, Grand Canary. Soria & Company, Grao de Valencia.

Specht (of Deutsche Sudamerikanische Telegraphen Gesellschaft or German Cable Company), Santa Cruz de Tenerife.

Welsch, Richard, Plaza de Cataluna 19, Barcelona.

VENEZUELA.

Quinters, Carracciolo, Santa Ana.

Removals from List.

BRAZIL.

Guimaraes, N., & Company, Rua Luiz de Camoes 16,

Rio de Janeiro.

Martins, Manoel, & Company, Rio de Janeiro.

ECUADOR.

Guzman, L., & Hijos, Malecón 100, Guayaquil.

MOROCCO.

Benchetrit, Moses, Tangier.

Cohen, Aaron S., Tangier.

PERSIA.

Kaikhosrow, Rustam & Sons, Kerman.

Serushian, Kerman.

PORTUGUESE EAST AFRICA.

Bettman & Kupfer (East African Agency), Lourenço

Marques.

Variations in List.

Corrections in the names and alterations in and additions to addresses of the persons or firms whose names have been already published on the respective dates shown in the margin are made as under :-

ARGENTINA AND URUGUAY.

10 November, 1916.

Melber, Leon, Calle Alsina 261,.

Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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CHILE.

2 May, 1916. Weber & Company, Santiago, Valparaiso

& Concepcion.

COLOMBIA.

8 December, 1916. Böhmer & Linzen, Cali & Pasto.

10 November, 1916.

ECUADOR.

Bucram, M. (or Bucaram), Quito (not J. E. Bucaram y Hermanos, Guayaquil).

18 July, 1916.

NETHERLANDS.

Kehlenbrink, G., Junior, Thee & Koffie Import & Export Handel, Wijnstraat 117, Rot- terdam.

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

22 December, 1916.-Hout, J. Van, Weltevreden, Batavia.

PORTUGAL.

29 February, 1916. Carvalho, Ramiro Henriques de,

Avenida Almirante Reis F.G., 4th Floor, Lisbon.

SPAIN.

24 November, 1916. Ballester, José, Hijo, Sorni 26,

Valencia.

30 June, 1916. Blas, Herrero, Malaga,

should read

30 June, 1916.

Malaga.

30 June, 1916.

22 August, 1916. Cabello,

Herrero, Blas, Frigiliana, Province of

Herrero Navas, Blas, (see Blas Herrero).

VENEZUELA.

Vasquez, Tomas Rodriguez, Puerto

should read

22 August, 1916. Rodriguez Vasquez, Tomas, Puerto

Cabello & Valencia.

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

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

22nd February, 1917.

* NOTE (1).--Under the Trading with the Enemy Proclamations of the 25th June and 10th Novem- ber, 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 Liberia, Persia, Morocco or Portuguese East. Africa, and consequently it is an offence to trade with any person or body of persons of enemy nationality, resident or carrying on business in Liberia, Persia, 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.

  NOTE (2).-Where a firm named in the List has more than one branch in the same country, all branches in that country are held to be included in the List even in cases where no address, or of several addresses one only is specifically mentioned.

NOTE (3). The above additions, removals and variations were made in the United Kingdom on the 22nd December, 1916.

NOTE (4).The dates which appear opposite to the names in the variations are the dates on which the respective names in question were added to the Statutory List in the United Kingdom.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 23, 1917.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

No. 62.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, No. 12.

THURSDAY, 21ST DECEMBER, 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).

the Attorney General, (JOSEPII 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.).

the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, (EDWIN RICHARD HALLIFAX).

the Captain Superintendent of Police, (CHARLES MCILVAINE MESSER). Mr. WEI YUK, C.M.G.

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Mr. HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, K.C.

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Mr. EDWARD SHELLIM.

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Mr. LAU CHÜ-PAK.

Mr. PERCY HOBSON HOLYOAK.

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Mr. CHARLES EDWARD ANTON.

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The Council met pursuant to summons.

The Minutes of the last Meeting, held on the 31st October, 1916, were confirmed.

   NEW MEMBER.--Mr. ANTON took the oath and assumed his seat as a Member of the Council.

PAPERS. The Colonial Secretary laid on the table the following paper :-

Return of Excesses on Sub-Heads met by Savings under Heads of Expenditure,

for the 3rd Quarter, 1916.

   PETITION. Mr. HOLYOAK addressed the Council and laid on the table a Petition in connection with the joining up of Nathan and Coronation Roads, Kowloon.

   FINANCIAL MINUTES.-The Colonial Secretary laid on the table Financial Minutes Nos. 39 to 59, and moved that they be referred to the Finance Committee:---

No. 39.--Public Works, Extraordinary, New Territories,

Police Station, Lok Ma Chau,.........

$

No. 40.-Kowloon-Canton Railway, Working Expenses,... No. 41.-Public Works, Recurrent :-

400.00. 12,195.00.

Dredging Foreshores, Hongkong, $2,800

Electric Lighting, Kowloon,

700

3,500.00.

No. 42.-Miscellaneeus Services, Printing and Binding,

and Stationery,...

11,420.00.

No.,43.--District Officer, Transport,

150.00.

No. 44.--Attorney General's Office,

650.00.

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No. 45.---Prison Department, Other Charges, No. 46.-Kowloon-Canton Railway, Expenses of Con-

struction,

No. 47. Public Works, Extraordinary, New Territories,

Police Station, Castle Peak,

No. 48. Education Department, Other Charges, No. 49.---Public Works, Recurrent, Water Works, Maintenance of City and Hill District,

Public Works, Extraordinary, Boundary

$ 800.00.

4,075.00.

2,600.00.

335.00.

$12,000

Stones,

150

12,150.00.

No. 50.---Public Works, Extraordinary, Buildings, Mis- cellaneous Works, and Tytam Tuk Scheme, Second Section,

No. 51.--Miscellaneous Services, Bonuses for Interpreters

and Translators,

No. 52.-Harbour Master's Department, Repairing and overhauling the Steam Tender Stanley, and installing Wireless Apparatus on board,

No. 53.---Post Office, Fittings,

No. 54. Kowloon-Canton Railway, Wages, Linesmen,

No. 55.-Prison Department, Light,

139,500.00.

50.00.

25,825.00.

660.00.

200.00.

150.00.

No. 56.-Public Works, Extraordinary, New Territories, Deep Bay,--Buoying Channel,

450.00.

No. 57.--Public Works, Extraordinary, Dredging off

Kowloon Point,.

No. 58.

Miscellaneous Services, Coal,

3,000.00. 105,100.00.

500.00.

No. 59.-Public Works, Extraordinary, Hongkong, Roads,

General Works,

The Colonial Treasurer seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

REPORT OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE.--The Colonial Secretary laid on the table the Report of the Finance Committee (No. 9), dated the 31st October, 1916, and moved its adoption.

The Colonial Treasurer seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

RESOLUTION. The Colonial Secretary moved the following Resolution :--

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That it is desirable that the sum of $2,000 inserted in the Estimates for the years 1916 and 1917, under the headings "Miscellaneous Services, Grants in aid of other Institutions" $2,000 for Chinese Plague Hospitals" be applied for the general purposes of the Chinese Public Dispensaries, at the discretion of the Secretary for Chinese Affairs.

Mr. WEI YUK seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

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ADJOURNMENT.-On Council resuming, the Colonial Secretary reported that Financial Minutes Nos. 39 to 59 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.

ADJOURNMENT.--The Council then adjourned sine die.

Confirmed this 22nd day of February, 1917.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

F. H. MAY,

Governor.

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APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 63. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Lieutenant LLEWELLYN EDWARDS, South African Artillery, to be his Aide-de-Camp, with the local rank of Captain, as from the 21st February, 1917.

23rd February, 1917.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

   No. 64. The following additional list of firms which are being wound up under the Trading with the Enemy Amendment Act, 1916, is published for general informa- tion. The previous lists appeared in the Gazettes of the 20th April, 5th, 19th, and 26th May, 9th, 23rd, and 30th June, 7th and 28th July, 4th, 11th, and 25th August, 15th, 22nd, and 29th September, 6th, 20th, and 27th October, 17th November, and 15th and 29th December, 1916, and 12th, 19th, and 26th January, and 16th February, 1917.

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 :-

384. Motor Car Emporium, Limited, 11, Long Acre, London, W.C., Dealers in Motor Cars. Controller: T. D. Hawkin, Whitehall House, Charing Cross, London, S.W. 18 December, 1916.

385. Mechanical and General Inventions Co. Limited, 11, Long Acre, London' W.C., Dealers in Mechanical and General Inventions. Controller: T. D. Hawkin, Whitehall House, Charing Cross, London, S. W. 18 December, 1916.

386. Salsbury Co., Limited, 11, Long Acre, London, W.C., Dealers in Lamps and Accessories. Controller: T. D. Hawkin, Whitehall House, Charing Cross, London, S.W. 18 December, 1916.

387. H. Traun and Sons, 25, Goswell Road, London, E.C., Manufacturers of Ebonite and Vulcanite Goods. Controller: James Durie Pattullo, 65, London Wall, London, E.C. 21 December, 1916.

388. Massinga Syndicate, Limited, 701, Salisbury House, London, E.C., Rubber Company. Controller: A. B. Lucas, 19, Coleman Street, London, E.C. 19 December, 1916.

389. Diedrichs and Co., Limited, 7, Fell Street, Wood Street, London, E.C., Button Merchants. Controller: James Fraser, 31, Copthall Avenue, London, E.C. 21 December, 1916.

390. B. Kaltenbach and Co., 108, Commercial Street, Maesteg, Glamorganshire, Jewellers. Controller: George David, 117, St. Mary Street, Cardiff. 22 December, 1916.

391. Oscar Flammger, 8, Cheapside, London, E.C., Fine Art Printer. Con- troller Percy Woodthorpe, Leadenhall Buildings, 1, Leadenhall Street, London, E.C. 22 December, 1916.

392. H. Uhlhorn and Co., Limited, 11, Christopher Street, Finsbury Square, London, E.C., Manufacturers' Agents. Controller: E. J. Webber, 64, Gresham Street, Bank, London, E.C. 22 December, 1916.

393. The Executors of Emil Grahnert, trading as E. Grant and also as John Caridi and Co., 20, Sussex-place, South Kensington, London, S.W., and elsewhere, Tobacconists, Jewellers, and Dealers in Furniture and Fancy Goods. Controller: Ernest Norton, 3, Crosby-square, London, E.C. 1 January, 1917.

394. Van Minden and Co., 86, Leadenhallstreet, London, E.C., Importers of Tinfoil and Liquorice. Controller: G. Bostock, 21, Ironmonger-lane, London, E.C. 30 December, 1916.

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APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 63. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Lieutenant LLEWELLYN EDWARDS, South African Artillery, to be his Aide-de-Camp, with the local rank of Captain, as from the 21st February, 1917.

23rd February, 1917.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

   No. 64. The following additional list of firms which are being wound up under the Trading with the Enemy Amendment Act, 1916, is published for general informa- tion. The previous lists appeared in the Gazettes of the 20th April, 5th, 19th, and 26th May, 9th, 23rd, and 30th June, 7th and 28th July, 4th, 11th, and 25th August, 15th, 22nd, and 29th September, 6th, 20th, and 27th October, 17th November, and 15th and 29th December, 1916, and 12th, 19th, and 26th January, and 16th February, 1917.

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 :-

384. Motor Car Emporium, Limited, 11, Long Acre, London, W.C., Dealers in Motor Cars. Controller: T. D. Hawkin, Whitehall House, Charing Cross, London, S.W. 18 December, 1916.

385. Mechanical and General Inventions Co. Limited, 11, Long Acre, London' W.C., Dealers in Mechanical and General Inventions. Controller: T. D. Hawkin, Whitehall House, Charing Cross, London, S. W. 18 December, 1916.

386. Salsbury Co., Limited, 11, Long Acre, London, W.C., Dealers in Lamps and Accessories. Controller: T. D. Hawkin, Whitehall House, Charing Cross, London, S.W. 18 December, 1916.

387. H. Traun and Sons, 25, Goswell Road, London, E.C., Manufacturers of Ebonite and Vulcanite Goods. Controller: James Durie Pattullo, 65, London Wall, London, E.C. 21 December, 1916.

388. Massinga Syndicate, Limited, 701, Salisbury House, London, E.C., Rubber Company. Controller: A. B. Lucas, 19, Coleman Street, London, E.C. 19 December, 1916.

389. Diedrichs and Co., Limited, 7, Fell Street, Wood Street, London, E.C., Button Merchants. Controller: James Fraser, 31, Copthall Avenue, London, E.C. 21 December, 1916.

390. B. Kaltenbach and Co., 108, Commercial Street, Maesteg, Glamorganshire, Jewellers. Controller: George David, 117, St. Mary Street, Cardiff. 22 December, 1916.

391. Oscar Flammger, 8, Cheapside, London, E.C., Fine Art Printer. Con- troller Percy Woodthorpe, Leadenhall Buildings, 1, Leadenhall Street, London, E.C. 22 December, 1916.

392. H. Uhlhorn and Co., Limited, 11, Christopher Street, Finsbury Square, London, E.C., Manufacturers' Agents. Controller: E. J. Webber, 64, Gresham Street, Bank, London, E.C. 22 December, 1916.

393. The Executors of Emil Grahnert, trading as E. Grant and also as John Caridi and Co., 20, Sussex-place, South Kensington, London, S.W., and elsewhere, Tobacconists, Jewellers, and Dealers in Furniture and Fancy Goods. Controller: Ernest Norton, 3, Crosby-square, London, E.C. 1 January, 1917.

394. Van Minden and Co., 86, Leadenhallstreet, London, E.C., Importers of Tinfoil and Liquorice. Controller: G. Bostock, 21, Ironmonger-lane, London, E.C. 30 December, 1916.

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395. The Empire Pneumatic Tobacco Pouch Co., Limited, 9, Goswell-road, London, E.C., Tobacco Pouch and Pipe Manufacturers. Controller: H. Sydney Ortmans, 7, St. Mildred-court, London, E.C. 28 December,

1916.

396. Armorduct Manufacturing Co., Limited, 6, Farringdon-avenue, London, E.C., Electric Cable and Conduit Manufacturers. Controller: John Paterson, 1, Walbrook, London, E.C. 1 January, 1917.

 No. 65. The following list of Members of the General Committee of the Chinese Section of the Special Police Reserve is published for general information :-----

Hon. Mr. WEI YUK, C.M.G.

Hon. Mr. LAU CHU-PAK.

Mr. UN KAM-WA.

Mr. WONG KWONG-TIN.

Mr. J. M. WONG.

Dr. G. H. THOMAS.

Mr. CHAU SUI-KEI.

Mr. TONG LAI-CHUEN. Mr. FUNG PING-SHAN,

Mr. F. C. Mow FUNG.

 No. 66. The revised list of persons to whom articles to be exported to China may be consigned, which was published as Notification No. 28, and amended by Notifications No. 29, No. 40, and No. 53, published in the Gazettes of January 26th, and February 9th and 16th, 1917, respectively, is hereby further amended as follows:-

Add the following names :---

Caravan Commerical Company, Shanghai.

Szechwan Co-operative Society Ltd., Chungking. Yang & Co., I. C., Peking.

Correction:

Colacco Brothers should read Collaço Brothers, Shanghai.

23rd February, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

SUPREME COURT.

 No. 67. It is hereby notified that the names of the following Companies have been struck off the Register:-

ORIENTAL BREWERY, LIMITED.

THE KWONG HING COMPANY, LIMITED.

20th February, 1917.

 No. 68. It is hereby notified that at the expiration of three months from the date hereof the LUEN CHEONG MUTUAL FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED, will, unless cause is shewn to the contrary, be struck off the Register and the Company will be dissolved.

HUGH A. NISBET,

Registrar of Companies.

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395. The Empire Pneumatic Tobacco Pouch Co., Limited, 9, Goswell-road, London, E.C., Tobacco Pouch and Pipe Manufacturers. Controller: H. Sydney Ortmans, 7, St. Mildred-court, London, E.C. 28 December,

1916.

396. Armorduct Manufacturing Co., Limited, 6, Farringdon-avenue, London, E.C., Electric Cable and Conduit Manufacturers. Controller: John Paterson, 1, Walbrook, London, E.C. 1 January, 1917.

 No. 65. The following list of Members of the General Committee of the Chinese Section of the Special Police Reserve is published for general information :-----

Hon. Mr. WEI YUK, C.M.G.

Hon. Mr. LAU CHU-PAK.

Mr. UN KAM-WA.

Mr. WONG KWONG-TIN.

Mr. J. M. WONG.

Dr. G. H. THOMAS.

Mr. CHAU SUI-KEI.

Mr. TONG LAI-CHUEN. Mr. FUNG PING-SHAN,

Mr. F. C. Mow FUNG.

 No. 66. The revised list of persons to whom articles to be exported to China may be consigned, which was published as Notification No. 28, and amended by Notifications No. 29, No. 40, and No. 53, published in the Gazettes of January 26th, and February 9th and 16th, 1917, respectively, is hereby further amended as follows:-

Add the following names :---

Caravan Commerical Company, Shanghai.

Szechwan Co-operative Society Ltd., Chungking. Yang & Co., I. C., Peking.

Correction:

Colacco Brothers should read Collaço Brothers, Shanghai.

23rd February, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

SUPREME COURT.

 No. 67. It is hereby notified that the names of the following Companies have been struck off the Register:-

ORIENTAL BREWERY, LIMITED.

THE KWONG HING COMPANY, LIMITED.

20th February, 1917.

 No. 68. It is hereby notified that at the expiration of three months from the date hereof the LUEN CHEONG MUTUAL FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED, will, unless cause is shewn to the contrary, be struck off the Register and the Company will be dissolved.

HUGH A. NISBET,

Registrar of Companies.

23rd February, 1917.

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HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

    No. 69.--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, 1917:-

Date.

Mar. 1st,

Ends.

Begins.

Date.

6.34 a.m.

6.38 p.m. Mar. 11th,

Ends.

6.25 a.m.

Begins.

Date.

6.43 p.m. | Mar. 21st,

Ends.

6.14 a.m.

Begins. 6.46 p.m.

"J

2nd,

6.33

6.38

12th,

6.24

6.43

22nd,

6.13

6.46

""

""

>>

""

""

";

27

""

""

3rd,

6.31

6.39

13th, 6.23

6.43

""

""

""

22

29

23rd,

6.13

6.47

""

""

""

4th,

6.31

6.39

14th, 6.22

6.43

"

13

24th,

6.12

6.47

""

27

""

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5th,

6.30

6.40

15th,

6.20

6.44

25th,

6.11

6.47

27

وو

27

27

77

6th, 6.29

6.40

16th,

6.19

6.44

26th,

6.10

6.47

""

"2

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""

""

25

""

"

7th, 6.28

6.40

17th, 6.18

6.44

19

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27th,

6.08

6.47

""

""

>>

""

27

8th,

6.27

6.41

*

""

22

18th,

6.17

6.44

""

77

28th, 6.08

6.48

22

>>

*

9th,

6.26

6.42

""

19

"

19th,

6.16

6.45

27

""

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29th,

6.08

6.48

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10th,

6.25

6.43

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20th,

6.15

6.46

12

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30th, 6.07

6.48

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27

31st, 6.06

6.48

29

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23rd February, 1917.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N., Harbour Master, &c.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

    No. 70.---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 18th day of March, 1917, 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. 4 of 1903.

19th February, 1917.

The Kat Cheung Firm, Shap Sum Hong Street, Tai Ping Mun, Canton, and 174, Des Voeux Road West, Hongkong.

18th February, 1917.

E. CARPMAEL,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 71.

   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 1st day of March, 1917.

The Schedule to Rule 41 of 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, the 16th and 23rd June, the 28th July, the 18th and 25th August, the 1st, 22nd, and 29th September, the 13th, 20th, and 27th (2) October, the 17th November, and the 1st, 8th, and 15th December, 1916, and the 19th January, 1917, respectively, is hereby amended as follows:--

(1) The following headings are deleted:---

(B) Animals, living, for food;

(E) Jute cloth, piece goods, webbing, bags, wrappers and sacks, all kinds, other than any such bags, wrappers or sacks as constitute the coverings of goods to be shipped for exportation and are allowed by the Superintendent of Imports and Exports to be shipped as such coverings; (c) Bags, wrappers or sacks not otherwise specifically prohibited (except paper bags) other than any such bags, wrappers or sacks as constitute the coverings of goods to be shipped for exportation and are allowed by the Superintendent of Imports and Exports to be shipped as such coverings;

Chemicals, etc., the following:

(B) Manganese, peroxide of;

(B) Strontium Sulphate;

(B) Electric lamps, except carbon filament lamps and

are lamps for street lighting;

(B) Fibre, China;

(B) Fibre, Mauritius ;

(B) Fibre, Mexican ;

(B) Fibre, Mexican Istle;

All articles of food and forage which may be used for animals and the raw materials there- for, not otherwise prohibited, the following:--

(c) Beans;

(E) Jute, piece goods mainly composed of jute;

Metals and ores, the following:-

(B) Lead, pipe, scrap or sheet, and solder con-

taining lead;

(B) Scheelite;

(B) Wolframite ;

(c) Pocket lamp cases, and cases fitted with bulbs

but not containing batteries;

(c) Seeds, clover and grass;

(c) Spices other than pepper;

(B) Thermometers, clinical;

(B) Thermometers (except clinical thermometers);

(B) Valves, gas, steam and water;

(B) Wood-screws, made of brass, iron or steel.

(2) The following headings are added:-

(B) Animal hoofs and other glue stock (including untanned pelts and hides not otherwise speci- fically prohibited), fish bladders and fish skins;

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(c) Bags, wrappers or sacks not otherwise speci- fically prohibited (except unwoven paper bags) other than such bags, wrappers or sacks as con- stitute the coverings of goods to be shipped for exportation and are allowed by the Superinten- dent of Imports and Exports to be shipped as such coverings;

(E) Bags and sacks made wholly or partly of jute, other than such bags or sacks as constitute the coverings of goods to be shipped for exportation and are allowed by the Superintendent of Imports and Exports to be shipped as such coverings;

(B) Barrels and casks, empty, and their distinctive component parts, other than such barrels or casks as have been previously imported full and are being returned empty whether whole or in parts;

Chemicals, etc., the following:-

(c) Formates, not otherwise prohibited; (c) Iridium, osmium, palladium, rhodium and

ruthenium, compounds;

(c) Lead, white;

(B) Manganese, peroxide of, and mixtures and

preparations thereof;

(c) Oxalates, not otherwise prohibited; (c) Soda lime;

(B) Strontium compounds, and mixtures con-

taining strontium compounds;

(c) Sulphites, metallic, not otherwise pro-

hibited;

(c) Thiosulphates, metallic, not otherwise pro-

hibited;

(B) Zirconium compounds;

(B) Electric lamps, except carbon filament lamps, are lamps for street lighting and pocket electric lamps and their component parts;

(c) Electric lamps, pocket, and their component

parts;

(c) Ferrets;

(c) Fibre, China;

(c) Fibre, Mauritius ;

(c) Fibre, Mexican;

(c) Fibre, Mexican Istle;

(B) Fish bones;

All articles of food and forage which may be used for animals and the raw materials there- of, not otherwise prohibited, including:- (c) Beans, all kinds, including haricots; (B) Fuel economisers constructed of cast iron pipes, used as auxiliary heating apparatus in connection with land or marine steam boilers;

(c) Glue, osseine and concentrated size, fish glue, isinglass, finings and other kinds of gelatine; (B) Hides and pelts, clippings of;

(c) Iceland, Irish and Sphagnum moss, algin and its

compounds;

(E) Jute, piece goods made wholly or partly of; (B) Jute webbing;

(E) Jute wrappers (surat tares) other than such wrappers as constitute the coverings of goods to be shipped for exportation and are allowed by the Superintendent of Imports and Exports to be shipped as such coverings;

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(B) Machinery, agricultural, other than motor ploughs and motor tractors for agricultural use; Metals and ores, the following:--

(c) Iridium, osmium, palladium, rhodium, ruthenium and alloys of these metals;

(B) Lead (except pig lead), alloys of lead, solder containing lead, and manufactures of lead or its alloys, not otherwise prohibited; (B) Thorium and its alloys;

(B) Tungsten ores (including ferberite, hub-

nerite, scheelite and wolframite);

(B) Zirconium and its alloys;

(c) Seeds, canary;

(B) Seeds, clover and grass;

(B) Seeds for root crops, the following:-

Carrot;

Kohl Rabi;

Mangold;

Onion;

Swede;

Turnip;

(c) Spices and mixtures thereof (except pepper);

(c) Sponges, raw and prepared;

(B) Thermometers ;

(c) Valves, gas, steam and water;

B) Varnishes, oil;

(c) Wine;

(B) Wood pulp;

(c) Wood-screws, made of brass, iron or steel; (B) Zirconium minerals.

   NOTE--The previous rules made under the above Ordinance which relate to the exportation of military stores were published in the Gazettes of the 18th and 25th August, 22nd and 29th September, 27th October, 17th November, and 15th December, 1916, and 19th January, 1917.

No. 72.

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 March, 1917.

    The list which was published in the Gazette of the 21st July, 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, No. 3, and which was amended by the lists published in the Gazettes of the 4th, 18th and 25th August, 1st, 15th and 22nd September, 6th, 20th and 27th October, 17th November, Sth, 15th, 22nd, and 29th December, 1916, 5th, 19th and 26th January, and 2nd and 23rd February, 1917, is hereby further amended by the variation and addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto :-

SCHEDULE.

Additions to List.

ARGENTINA & URUGUAY.

Behr & Ott, Calle Defensa 435, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Borowsky & Company, Calle Sgto. Cabral 172, Rosario,

Argentina.

Hermann, Edmundo, c/o Banco Germanico de la America del Sud, Calle O'Higgins 2030, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Iglesias, Justo A., Piedras 338 & Dom. Agraciada 2114,

Montevideo, Uruguay.

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(B) Machinery, agricultural, other than motor ploughs and motor tractors for agricultural use; Metals and ores, the following:--

(c) Iridium, osmium, palladium, rhodium, ruthenium and alloys of these metals;

(B) Lead (except pig lead), alloys of lead, solder containing lead, and manufactures of lead or its alloys, not otherwise prohibited; (B) Thorium and its alloys;

(B) Tungsten ores (including ferberite, hub-

nerite, scheelite and wolframite);

(B) Zirconium and its alloys;

(c) Seeds, canary;

(B) Seeds, clover and grass;

(B) Seeds for root crops, the following:-

Carrot;

Kohl Rabi;

Mangold;

Onion;

Swede;

Turnip;

(c) Spices and mixtures thereof (except pepper);

(c) Sponges, raw and prepared;

(B) Thermometers ;

(c) Valves, gas, steam and water;

B) Varnishes, oil;

(c) Wine;

(B) Wood pulp;

(c) Wood-screws, made of brass, iron or steel; (B) Zirconium minerals.

   NOTE--The previous rules made under the above Ordinance which relate to the exportation of military stores were published in the Gazettes of the 18th and 25th August, 22nd and 29th September, 27th October, 17th November, and 15th December, 1916, and 19th January, 1917.

No. 72.

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 March, 1917.

    The list which was published in the Gazette of the 21st July, 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, No. 3, and which was amended by the lists published in the Gazettes of the 4th, 18th and 25th August, 1st, 15th and 22nd September, 6th, 20th and 27th October, 17th November, Sth, 15th, 22nd, and 29th December, 1916, 5th, 19th and 26th January, and 2nd and 23rd February, 1917, is hereby further amended by the variation and addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto :-

SCHEDULE.

Additions to List.

ARGENTINA & URUGUAY.

Behr & Ott, Calle Defensa 435, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Borowsky & Company, Calle Sgto. Cabral 172, Rosario,

Argentina.

Hermann, Edmundo, c/o Banco Germanico de la America del Sud, Calle O'Higgins 2030, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Iglesias, Justo A., Piedras 338 & Dom. Agraciada 2114,

Montevideo, Uruguay.

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Koester, Nicolaus, Rua 25 de Mayo 294, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Luaces, Leandro, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Müller, Hermanos, San Julian, Patagonia, Argentina. Olach & Ohlmstede, San Martin 452, Rosario, Argentina. Plaut & Company, Calle Alsina 902, Buenos Aires,

Agentina.

Roma & Company, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Wulff, Otto, Calle Peru 362, Calle Terrero 109 &

Rivadivia 6425, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

BOLIVIA.

Burgoa Teran, Arturo, Oruro.

"Cerveceria Calacala" (see Heimberto Hinze & Com-

pany).

Franco, José, La Paz.

"Gallo, El," La Paz.

Gunther, Pablo, Oruro.

Harrison & Bottiger, La Paz.

Hinze, Heimberto & Company, Oruro.

BRAZIL.

Baasch, Hermann, Rua Sao Bento 22, Rio de Janeiro. Bahlmann, John, Rua Sachet 83, Rio de Janeiro. Gomez, Candido, Rio de Janeiro.

Israel, Simon, & Company, Rua General Camara 23, Rio

de Janeiro.

CHILE.

Aguilar, Rudolf, Talcahuano.

Arevalo, Manuel, Coquimbo; and Avenida Brasil 169,

Valparaiso.

Barrios, Francisco, Iquique.

Bermudez, Guillermo, Calle Esmeralda 85, Valparaiso.

Carstens, F., & Company, Concepcion, San Francisco,

Valdiva and Temuco.

Contreras, Pablo, Calle Esmeralda 85, Valparaiso.

Länger, Federico, Calle Estada 142, and Casilla 607,

Santiago.

Robles, Eduardo, Casilla 607, Santiago.

Saavedra, Pedro (of F. Carstens & Company).

Schacht & Wyneken, Valparaiso and Coronel.

COLOMBIA.

Fehrmann, G. & Company, Apartado 140, Barranquilla. Loos, Pablo, Cartagena.

GREECE.

Jenny, Fridolin (see Jenny & Vock).

Papatheodorou, Athanasios (see Alexandre Zachariou &

Company).

Pfister Rudolph Von (see Pfister & Assael).

Vock, Emil (see Jenny & Vock).

Zachariou, Alexandre (see Alexandre Zachariou & Com-

pany).

JAPAN.

Arai, T. (Tatsuji), 49, Akashi-machi, Kobe; 7, Nakaya-

matedori, Kobe.

Habu & Co., 82, Sakae-machi, 1-chome, Kobe.

Hirai, S. (Shohei), 40, Kobe (P.O. Box 226, Sannomiya.) Kramer, H., 315, Shima-Shibuya, Tokyo.

Yamaguchi, T. (Takee), 834, Nishi Tobe-machi, Yokohama,

(P.O. Box 358.)

Yamasaki, E. (Etsuzo), 40, Kobe, (P.O. Box 226, San-

nomiya.

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MOROCCO.*

Allal Ben Brahim Ben Hima, Tangier.

Arevalo, A., Tangier.

Bakkali, Si Abdellah El, Tetuan.

Belghiti, Abderaham, Tangier.

Belghiti, Hadj Mohammed, Tangier. Boumeghait, Hadj Mohammed, Tangier.

Calduch Gila, F., Tangier.

Guerrero, Carlos Massa, Tangier.

Gumpert, Antonio, Tangier.

Gumpert, Francisco, Tangier.

Gumpert, Luis, Tangier.

Gumpert, Manuel, Tangier.

Haessner & Company, Tangier.

Jahn & Toledano, Tangier & Laraiche.

Lauffer, E., Tangier.

Mannesmann Brothers, Tangier.

Marakko, Mannesmann & Company, Tangier.

Schiller & Company, Tangier.

Villa Valentino, Tangier.

NETHERLANDS.

Algemeene Handelsvereeniging (late De Ruyter & Com- pany), Voorschotelaan 145 & Linker Rottekade 145, Rotterdam.

American Bicycle Company, Prinsengracht 657, Amster-

dam.

Beit & Company, Prins Hendrikkade 66-67, Amsterdam. Catz Gebroeders, Coolsingel 51-53 and Nieuwehaven 141, Rotterdam; and Kloveniersburgwal 31, Amsterdam. Cohen, Felix, Leuvehaven 86a, Rotterdam. Cohn-Donnay & Company, K. Hoogstr. 1, Rotterdam. Deutsche Dampffischerei Gesellschaft "Nordsee," Rijks-

vischhal, Ymuiden.

Deutsche Vereinigte Schuhmaschinenfabriek, Boschveld-

weg s'Hertogenbosch.

Eiffe & Company, Reederijst. 5, Rotterdam.

Engelbrecht, W., Heerengracht 125, Amsterdam. Hagen & Company, Boompjes 84, Rotterdam. Hoorebeke, Andrè van, Zuidblaak 48, Rotterdam.

International Overzeesche Handelsvereeniging, Keizersgr.

318, Amsterdam.

Jibben, D. H. (of Jibben & Van Reysen), Blauwburgwal

6, Amsterdam.

Koenneker, Wm., Prinsengracht 657, Amsterdam. Koenneker's Kabel Bureau, Prinsengracht 657, Amster-

dam.

Kroon (de) Stoomzeepfabriek, Houtmarkt 19/21, Haarlem. Levy, Bernard, Witsenkade 14, Amsterdam.

Nordsee," Deutsche Dampffischerei Gesellschaft, Rijks-

vischhal, Ymuiden.

Oosterman & Lomans Zeepziederij de Kroon, Houtmarkt

19/21, Haarlem.

Roese, Friederich, Junior, N. Spiegelstr. 26, Amsterdam. Ruff, G., Leuvehaven 85, Rotterdam.

Schuhmaschinenfabriek, Deutsche Vereinigte, Boschveld-

weg, S'Hertogenbosch.

Spits (H.) & Zoon, Keizershofkade 14-16, Dordrecht. Stern, Albert, Valeriusstraat 159, Amsterdam.

Syndicaatvrije Kolenvereeniging, Heemraadssingel 337,

Rotterdam.

Tragbar, C. W., Oudeschans 13, Amsterdam.

Vries, Gebroeders de, Heerengracht 545-549, Amsterdam.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 2, 1917.

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

Adams, H., Weltevreden.

Aring, P., Macassar.

Beek, N. van, Samarang.

Emmerick, van, Sourabaya.

Goldenberg, M. A., Bandoeng.

Hoffmann and Benselin Leclerc, Sourabaya. Handel Maatschappij, J. Schaier, Macassar. Ioon Oen Hap, Macassar.

Import Maatschappij Soenda, Samarang. Kuyper, J., Sourabaya.

Matheson, F., Sourabaya.

Meyer, F. E., Samarang.

Nass and Company, B., Sourabaya. Obermueller, Herman, Sourabaya.

Rivière, La, J., Java.

Rosenthal, Herbert W., Batavia.

Tan Kok Tae and Zonen, Celebes.

Thio Tjin Tong and Company, Celebes.

NORWAY.

Schioldborg, J., Dronningensgate 28, Christiania.

PARAGUAY.

Americano, Bazaar (see Bazaar Americano). Armeria (La) Alemana (see Otto Zinnert).

Bazaar Americano (Sociedad Introductora S.A.), Palma

199, Asuncion.

Bell, José, & Company, Asuncion.

Berg, Ricardo (Ferreteria Universal), Palma Esq. Ayola,

Asuncion.

Ferreteria Alemana (see Honsberg, Spier & Company). Ferreteria Universal (see Ricardo Berg).

Honsberg, Spier & Company (Ferreteria Alemana),

Asuncion.

Huttemann, Hermann, Convencion 12, Asuncion. Klug & Mares, Estrella 435, Asuncion.

Minner, Alfredo, & Company, Libertad Esq. Iturbe,

Asuncion.

Rein, Friedrich, 15 de Agosto 171, Asuncion.

Wulff, Otto, Asuncion.

Zinnert, Otto (La Armeria Alemana), Palma Esq. 25 de

Novembre, Asuncion.

PERU.

Baigorria, Luis F., Chiclayo.

SPAIN.

Carey Hermanos Y Cia., Tarragona.

Exportadora Frutera Tarraconense, Tarragona.

Saggese, Antonio, Palma & Binisalem (Majorca).

Saggese (Felipe) Y Hermanos, Palma & Binisalem (Ma-

jorca).

White, Luis, Benicarlo, & Tarragona.

Removals from List.

ARGENTINA.

Carnosso, Buenos Aires.

Robert, Pusterla & Company, Calle Belgrano; Calle Peru 401, Buenos Aires & Calle Urquiza 1099, Rosario.

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BRAZIL.

Fonseca, Vaz & Company, Rua Sao Pedro 63, Rio de

Janeiro.

Vaz, José, Rua Sao Pedro 65, Rio de Janeiro.

GREECE.

Yeni, Samuel Judah, Salonika.

JAPAN.

Harada, Kakujiro, 39, Akashi-machi, Kobe. Kee Sang, 150, Sakae-machi, 1-chome, Kobe. Lessner, S. D. Nagasaki.

NETHERLANDS.

Cohen-Goldschmidt, Oldenzaal.

Tas Ezn, J., Nieuwendijk 197-9, Amsterdam.

PERSIA.

Ghafar Bonakdar, Ispahan.

Ghafar Itadalieh, Ispahan.

Haji Muhammad Hussain Kazeruni, Ispahan (trading as

Shirkat Masoodich & Shirket Islamieh).

Intadalieh, Ispahan.

Lascarides Frères, Resht.

PERU.

Muelle & Dammert, Callao.

Raygada, R. Y., Paita.

PORTUGUESE EAST AFRICA.

Ibo,EA

Azevedo, Ibo,

SPAIN.

Cruz, Calmarino Manuel de la, Rios Rosas 11, Malaga. Graf y Hohl, Adolfo, Calle de Mariana Pineda 14 & 16,

Madrid.

SWEDEN.

Kjellberg, J. A., & Sonner, Ö Hamngatan 19, Gothen-

burg.

VENEZUELA.

Otamendi & Company, Curaçao & Maracaibo.

Variations in List.

Corrections in the names and alterations in and additions to addresses of the persons or firms whose names have been already published are made as under :-

CHILE.

18 July, 1916.-Fonck & Company, Calle Brasil 126,

Valparaiso; & Calle Puente 571, Santiago.

NETHERLANDS.

7 April, 1916.--Allgemeine Electricitäts Gesellschaft ("A.E.G.") Install. Bureau, Keizersgracht 70, Amsterdam.

29 February, 1916.--Brands, Th. E., Rokin 68, Amster-

dam.

8 September, 1916.-Bunge & Company, Vygendam

2/6, Amsterdam.

22 August, 1916.-" De Chinees" Thee Maatschappy,

Ged. Binnenrotte 30, Rotterdam.

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18 July, 1916.-Duiker, Jan, Rembrandtplein 20, Ams-

terdam.

29

February, 1916.-Elberfelder Handels & Export Company, Hoogeweg 22, Amsterdam.

29 February, 1916.-Goldstück-Hainze & Company, Keizersgracht 108, Amsterdam, & Scheepmaker- shaven 27, Rotterdam.

30 June 1916.-Hertzfeld, L. H. Van, Wijnhaven 30,

Rotterdam.

7 April, 1916.-König, H. W., & Company, Boompjes

104, Rotterdam.

7 April, 1916.--Lichtenstein, M., Oostzeedyk 11, Rot-

terdam.

29 February, 1916.-"Monopol " Gasgloelichtfabriek,

Vyzelgracht 28, Amsterdam.

22 August, 1916.-" Monopol " Thee-Onderneming, Ged.

Binnenrotte 30, Rotterdam.

29 February, 1916.--Poortershaven Handelsinrichtingen,

Veerkade 8, Rotterdam.

29 February, 1916. Schenker & Company, Veerkade 4,

Rotterdam.

29 February, 1916.--Steenkolen Handelsvereeniging, Westerkade 2, Rotterdam, and Rijnkade 1, Utrecht. 29 February, 1916.--Transport Kontor 'Bergleute,"

Voorschoterlaan 84, Rotterdam.

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29 February, 1916.-Weinberg, F., & Company (formerly E. Duncan Doring & Company), Korte Wijnstr. 24, Rotterdam.

8 August, 1916.-Zee, P. & S. Van Der, Wijnstr. 114,

& Hondiusstr. 2, Rotterdam.

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

8 December, 1916.-Sato, S., Menado.

24 March, 1916.--Auerbach, H., Oxe & Company, Soura-

baya,

should read

24 March, 1916.-Oxe Auerbach (H. Ch.) & Company,

Sourabaya & Samarang.

PORTO RICO.

8 August, 1916.--Stubbe (of Gandia & Stubbe), San

Juan,

should read

8 August, 1916.-Stubbe Brothers, San Juan.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

1st March, 1917.

A. G. M. FLETCH ER, Clerk of Councils.

*NOTE (1).--Under the Trading with the Enemy Proclamations of the 25th June and 10th Novem- ber, 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 Liberia, Persia, Morocco or Portuguese East Africa, and consequently it is an offence to trade with any person or body of persons of enemy nationality, resident or carrying on business in Liberia, Persia, 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.

 NOTE (2).-Where a firm named in the List has more than one branch in the same country, all branches in that country are held to be included in the List even in cases where no address, or of several addresses, one only is specifically mentioned.

NOTE (3). The above additions, removals and variations were made in the United Kingdom on the 5th January, 1917, except the additions in the case of the Netherland East Indies, and the additions and removals in the case of Japan, which were made on the 19th January, 1917.

NOTE (4). The dates which appear opposite to the names in the variations are the dates on which

the respective names in question were added to the Statutory List in the United Kingdom.

 NOTE (5).-In Note (3) to Notification No. 34 published in the Gazette of the 2nd February, 1917, read "5th January" for "6th January"

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APPOINTMENTS, &c.

   No. 73. His Majesty the King has been pleased to approve the appointment of the Honourable Mr. CHARLES EDWARD ANTON to be an Un-official Member of the Legisla- tive Council during the absence on leave of the Honourable Mr. DAVID LANDALE.

27th February, 1917.

   No. 74. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. CHARLES EDWARD ANTON and to re-appoint Mr. HERBERT WILLIAM BIRD to be Members of the Authorised Architects' Committee.

2nd March, 1917.

   No. 75.--His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Staff-Sergeants WALTER JOSEPH HILL, THOMAS HENRY MATTHEWMAN, and GEORGE EDMUND MARLEY to the temporary rank of 2nd Lieutenant in the Engineer Company of the Hongkong Volunteer Corps, with effect from the 27th February, 1917.

2nd March, 1917.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

   No. 76. It is hereby notified for general information that the exportation of food- stuffs from the United Kingdom to Hongkong, which is not dependent on such supplies, will not be permitted for the present.

   No. 77. The following additional list of firms which are being wound up under the Trading with the Enemy Amendment Act, 1916, is published for general informa- tion. The previous lists appeared in the Gazettes of the 20th April, 5th, 19th, and 26th May, 9th, 23rd, and 30th June, 7th and 28th July, 4th, 11th, and 25th August, 15th, 22nd, and 29th September, 6th, 20th, and 27th October, 17th November, 15th and 29th December, 1916, 12th, 19th, and 26th January, and 16th and 23rd February, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

2nd March, 1917.

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:

397. Carl Zeiss (London) Limited, 13/14, Great Castle Street, Oxford Circus, London, W., Opticians and Makers of Field Glasses. Controller: Louis H. Weatherley, 14, George Street, Mansion House, London, E.C. 5 January, 1917.

398. The Institute W. Schimmelpfeng, 137, Cheapside, London, E.C., and else- where in the United Kingdom, Inquiry Agency. Controller: Rowland Evans Smith, 53, New Broad Street, London, E.C. 8 January, 1917.

LAND OFFICE.

No. 78.-It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re-entry by the Government on Section E of Kowloon Inland Lot No. 40 has been registered. according to law.

2nd March, 1917.

P. JACKS,

Land Officer.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 2, 1917.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

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  No. 79. It is hereby notified that the registrations of the following trade marks have 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. 4A of 1889.

6th February,

1889.

Gilman and Company, Hongkong.

6th February, 1931.

25

No. 4B of 1889.

No. 4c of 1889.

No. 4D of 1889.

"

35

""

35

""

""

""

""

15

دو

25

25

  No. 80.-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. 2 of 1917.

22nd February,

1917.

Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Company, Limited, as assignees of George Maurice Wright, of Marconi

House, Strand, London, England.

Marconi House, Strand, London, England.

An invention for improve- ments in Wireless Tele- graph Receivers.

1st March, 1917.

E. CARPMAEL,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

:

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 9, 1917.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 81. It is hereby notified that under Section 92 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, His Excellency the Governor in Council has ordered that the Kai Lung Wan Extension Cemetery situated at Kai Lung Wan in the Island of Hongkong shall be closed from and after the ninth day of March, 1917.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

1st March, 1917.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

  No. 82.-His Majesty the King has not been advised to exercise his power of dis- allowance with respect to the following Ordinances :---

Ordinance No. 13 of 1916.--An Ordinance to amend the Trustee Ordinance,

1901.

Ordinance No. 15 of 1916.--An Ordinance to make provision in connection with the present war with respect to Bills of Exchange

payable outside the Colony.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

7th March, 1917.

*

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 83. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under instructions from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, to recognise Mr. EDUARDO VALERIO MARIA RICCI DE SOUSA as Acting Consul for Portugal in Hongkong.

7th March, 1917.

  No. 84. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Captain CYRIL CHAMPKIN to be Adjutant of the Hongkong Volunteer Reserve, with effect from the 15th March, 1917.

9th March, 1917.

No. 85.

NOTICES.

I

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

Regulations made by His Excellency the Governor for the maintenance of discipline on board Admiralty transports.

TRANSPORTS DISCIPLINE REGULATIONS, 1917, (No. 2).

In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-clause 1 (a) of clause III of the Order of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria in Council dated the 26th day of October, 1896, as enacted by the Order of His Majesty in Council dated the 21st day of March, 1916, which were brought into operation in the Colony by Proclamations dated the 5th day of August, 1914, and the 12th day of May, 1916, respectively, His Excellency the Governor is pleased to make the following regulations:

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 9, 1917.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 81. It is hereby notified that under Section 92 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, His Excellency the Governor in Council has ordered that the Kai Lung Wan Extension Cemetery situated at Kai Lung Wan in the Island of Hongkong shall be closed from and after the ninth day of March, 1917.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

1st March, 1917.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

  No. 82.-His Majesty the King has not been advised to exercise his power of dis- allowance with respect to the following Ordinances :---

Ordinance No. 13 of 1916.--An Ordinance to amend the Trustee Ordinance,

1901.

Ordinance No. 15 of 1916.--An Ordinance to make provision in connection with the present war with respect to Bills of Exchange

payable outside the Colony.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

7th March, 1917.

*

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 83. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under instructions from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, to recognise Mr. EDUARDO VALERIO MARIA RICCI DE SOUSA as Acting Consul for Portugal in Hongkong.

7th March, 1917.

  No. 84. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Captain CYRIL CHAMPKIN to be Adjutant of the Hongkong Volunteer Reserve, with effect from the 15th March, 1917.

9th March, 1917.

No. 85.

NOTICES.

I

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

Regulations made by His Excellency the Governor for the maintenance of discipline on board Admiralty transports.

TRANSPORTS DISCIPLINE REGULATIONS, 1917, (No. 2).

In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-clause 1 (a) of clause III of the Order of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria in Council dated the 26th day of October, 1896, as enacted by the Order of His Majesty in Council dated the 21st day of March, 1916, which were brought into operation in the Colony by Proclamations dated the 5th day of August, 1914, and the 12th day of May, 1916, respectively, His Excellency the Governor is pleased to make the following regulations:

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 9, 1917.

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101

  1. (1.) Every seaman who commits an offence against the provisions of Penalties. paragraph (a) of Regulation 1 (1) of the Transports Discipline Regulations, 1917, shall be liable upon summary conviction to a fine not exceeding two hun- dred and fifty dollars, and to imprisonment with or without hard labour for any term not exceeding ten weeks.

  (2.) Every seaman who commits an offence against the provisions of para- graph (b) of Regulation 1 (1) of the Transports Discipline Regulations, 1917, shall be liable upon summary conviction to a fine not exceeding fifty dollars.

  2. All offences against the Transports Discipline Regulations, 1917, may Procedure. be prosecuted before any stipendiary magistrate and 'every stipendiary magis- trate shall in relation to all such offences have the like powers and authorities as are given to a magistrate under the Magistrates Ordinance, 1890, in respect of offences punishable on summary conviction.

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66

tion.

  3. In these regulations, and in the Transports Discipline Regulations, 1917, Interpreta- the terms

seaman" and stipendiary magistrate "shall have the same meanings respectively as in the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899.

  4. Regulation 2 of the Transports Discipline Regulations, 1917, is re- Repeal. pealed.

5. These regulations may be cited as the Transports Discipline Regulations, Short title. 1917, (No. 2).

?

  No. 86. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint, under Section 3 of the Vaccination Ordinance, 1890, (Ordinance No. 2 of 1890), the following gentlemen to be Public Vaccinators:---

Name.

!

Lo Cheung-ip,

Colin Mackenzie,

Percy Edwards,

So Shiu-on,

Seto Chung,

Wei Kan, Lo Kwok-fee, Fung Tung,

Poon Yun-sang,

Poon Ye-wai,

Poon Sai So,

Ho Hoi-lung,.

Wong Fu,

Chiu Fu-sang,

Au Hon-kwong, Ching Yew,

Chong Sing-chung, Chan Wang, Ho Leison,.. Tse Ming-yan, Lung Wing-cho, Fok Wing-kan,

Cheang Wing-tai,.

Wong Tsze-chuen,

Occupation.

羅長葉

蘇兆

兆徒 覺 閏以世開 扶漢 成 麗銘榮永榮子 安宗根非棟生惠騷亮富生光耀宗宏臣恩初根棣全

趙扶

歐漢

莊成

蘇司韋盧馮潘潘潘何黃趙歐鄭莊陳何謝梁霍張黃

黃子

Members of the St. John Ambulance

Brigade.

Medical Students of the University of Hongkong.

:

:

1.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 9, 1917.

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101

  1. (1.) Every seaman who commits an offence against the provisions of Penalties. paragraph (a) of Regulation 1 (1) of the Transports Discipline Regulations, 1917, shall be liable upon summary conviction to a fine not exceeding two hun- dred and fifty dollars, and to imprisonment with or without hard labour for any term not exceeding ten weeks.

  (2.) Every seaman who commits an offence against the provisions of para- graph (b) of Regulation 1 (1) of the Transports Discipline Regulations, 1917, shall be liable upon summary conviction to a fine not exceeding fifty dollars.

  2. All offences against the Transports Discipline Regulations, 1917, may Procedure. be prosecuted before any stipendiary magistrate and 'every stipendiary magis- trate shall in relation to all such offences have the like powers and authorities as are given to a magistrate under the Magistrates Ordinance, 1890, in respect of offences punishable on summary conviction.

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tion.

  3. In these regulations, and in the Transports Discipline Regulations, 1917, Interpreta- the terms

seaman" and stipendiary magistrate "shall have the same meanings respectively as in the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899.

  4. Regulation 2 of the Transports Discipline Regulations, 1917, is re- Repeal. pealed.

5. These regulations may be cited as the Transports Discipline Regulations, Short title. 1917, (No. 2).

?

  No. 86. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint, under Section 3 of the Vaccination Ordinance, 1890, (Ordinance No. 2 of 1890), the following gentlemen to be Public Vaccinators:---

Name.

!

Lo Cheung-ip,

Colin Mackenzie,

Percy Edwards,

So Shiu-on,

Seto Chung,

Wei Kan, Lo Kwok-fee, Fung Tung,

Poon Yun-sang,

Poon Ye-wai,

Poon Sai So,

Ho Hoi-lung,.

Wong Fu,

Chiu Fu-sang,

Au Hon-kwong, Ching Yew,

Chong Sing-chung, Chan Wang, Ho Leison,.. Tse Ming-yan, Lung Wing-cho, Fok Wing-kan,

Cheang Wing-tai,.

Wong Tsze-chuen,

Occupation.

羅長葉

蘇兆

兆徒 覺 閏以世開 扶漢 成 麗銘榮永榮子 安宗根非棟生惠騷亮富生光耀宗宏臣恩初根棣全

趙扶

歐漢

莊成

蘇司韋盧馮潘潘潘何黃趙歐鄭莊陳何謝梁霍張黃

黃子

Members of the St. John Ambulance

Brigade.

Medical Students of the University of Hongkong.

:

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 9, 1917.

    No. 87. It is hereby notified that it is the intention of His Excellency the Governor to make an order on the expiration of 6 months from the date hereof directing the removal of all graves from those portions of Kai Lung Wan Cemetery and Kai Lung Wan Extension Cemetery as lie within the areas edged red on a plan dated the 28th November, 1916, which may be seen during office hours at the Offices of the Sanitary Department, New Government Offices, Pedder Street. Such order will be made for a public purpose, namely the adjustment of the boundaries of Kai Lung Wan Cemetery.

Government Notification No. 464 dated the 25th October, 1916, and published in the Gazette on the 27th October, 1916, is hereby cancelled.

9th March, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

    No. 88. Extract of Meteorological Observations made at the Royal Observatory, Hongkong, during the month of February, 1917.

WIND.

BARO-

METER

TEMPERATURE.

HUMIDITY.

DATE.

AT

CLOUDI SUN-

NESS. SHINE.

RAIN.

M.S.L.

Max. Mean. Min.

Rel.

Abs.

Dir. Vel.

1-

O

ins.

p. c.

ins.

p. c.

hrs.

ins.

I,

30.15

64.I

57.5

54.0

61

0.29

15

9.8

Points. Miles

p.h. E

15.9

2,

.14

61.3

58.8 56.8 59

.29

97

0.5

E by N 13.6

3,

.24

63.0

58.1

54.9

46

.22

72

4.2

N by E 10.0

.23

+,

59.1

56.0 53.6

67

.30

62

5.4

E 14.7

.26

5,

58.9

56.4 53.7 59

.27

ΙΟ

10.1

E by N 23.3

6,

.18

61.6 58.0 55.5 71

.35

91

0.4

0.040

E

20. I

.08

68.6 61.6

7,

58.0 86

.47

93

1.3

0.045

E by S 11.9

.17 61.6 54.9 49.0 75

-33

100

0.060

N

6.6

9,

.23

57.8

52.3 45-7

60

.23

23

10. I

NW

5.7

10,

[1,

.18

61.3 57.1 50.5

68

.32

75

5.0

E

13.6

.17

63.4

58.2 53.6

72

.35

92

1.2

12,

.30

61.3

50.4 55.1

75

.33

55

5.4

13,

.32

60.6 56.7

52.5

65

.30

10.2

14,

.26

61.1

57.6 53.1

69

.33

1.9

15,

.15

65.6 61.1

57.0!

60

.32

57

6.9

16,

17,

.05 29.99

72.8

64.5

59.1

77

.47

38

9.5

70.3 60.6

56.3 90

.48

9.5

18,

.92

21,

19,

20,

30.05

73.7 63.1

55.6

81

.47

27

8.8

63.8 58.6

52.5

59

.29

87

.22

60.6 56.1 49.6

48

.22

73

7.8

.18

62.2

59.2 56.4

61

.31

93

4.1

0.035NE by E 12.7 NE by E 7.8

0.100

E

12.2

E by N 18.0 E by S 18.0 SWby W 5.2

NNW

E by S

NNE

3.4

0.070 NE by E12.2

E by N 16.6

6.5

II.2

22,

.12

64.1

61.4 59.6 74

.40

100

0.4

E

14.9

23,

.07

64.4

62.1

83 59.6

.46

95

1.3

E by $11.7

24,

.00

67.1

63.6

61.5

87

.51

56

8.1

E

16.8

25,

29.99

66.3

63.1 60.8

87

.50

93

4.4

Ο.ΟΙΟ

E

20.1

26,

.94

70.2

64.9 62.6

86

-53

67

4.8

E

14.2

27,

28.

.91 30.00

74.0

66.4 62.4 89

·58

69

3.4

E by N

7.9

64.6

59.5 54.8 90

-46

100

0.045

ENE

17.4

Sum.

Sum.

Mean.

30.13

64.4

59.4

55.3 72

0.37

64 134.5 0.405

E by N 12.9

Maximum,

Mean,

MEANS AND EXTREMES FOR FEBRUARY (1884 TO 1913 INCLUSIVE) :-

30.30 30.14

68.6 63.1 59.2 87 62.7 58.4 55.1 30.00 56.4 53.6

.48

97

.38

50.5 48

.21

207.5 '7.945 74 96.3 1.688 37

0.000 16.3

17.0

E by N

14.5

11.3

Minimum,

·

The rainfall for the month of February at the Botanical Gardens was Oins 49 on 8 days, at the Matilda Hospital, Mount Kellett, it was Oins. 91 on 8 days, and at the Police Station, Taipo, it was 0ins. 95 on 10 days.

7th-March, 1917.

T. F. CLAXTON,

Director.

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OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

  No. 89. 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. 5 of 1903.

3rd March,

1903.

Pilkington Brothers, Limited, St. Helens, in the County of Lancaster, England.

3rd March,

15

1931.

3rd March, 1917.

The Patents Ordinances, 1892-1911.

  No. 90.-It is hereby notified that, on the application of the Standard Oil Company of New York, a Corporation organized under the laws of the State of New York in the United States of America, His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to grant to the said Standard Oil Company of New York provisional protection for a period of nine months from the 1st day of March, 1917, for an invention for Improvements in Candle- sticks pending the grant of Letters Patent.

7th March, 1917.

E. CARPMAEL, Registrar of Trade Marks.

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

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No. 91.

   Regulations made by the Governor in Council under Section 3 of the Electricity Supply Ordinance, 1911, (Ordinance No. 18 of 1911), on the 15th day of March, 1917.

   1. The following regulations are hereby made by the Governor in Council under Section 3 of the Electricity Supply Ordinance, 1911 :--

Definitions.

Pressure of supply to

consumers.

REGULATIONS FOR SECURING THE SAFETY OF THE PUBLIC.

Definitions.

1. In the following regulations,--

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Consumer's wires" means any electric lines on a consumer's pre- mises which are connected with the service lines of the company at the consumer's terminals;

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"Sub-station' means any premises in which energy is transformed or converted for the purpose of supply to consumers, and which are large enough to admit the entrance of a person after the transforming or converting apparatus is in position, provided that for the purpose of these regulations any place within any such premises which is used solely for some purpose other than such transformation or conversion shall not be deemed to form part of a sub-station ;

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"Overhead line' means any electric line which is placed above ground and in the open air;

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'Pressure means the difference of electrical potential between any two conductors through which a supply of energy is given, or between any part of either conductor and the earth; and-

(a) where the conditions of the supply are such that the pressure at any pair of consumer's terminals does not exceed 250 volts, the supply shall be deemed a low pressure supply;

(b) where the conditions of the supply are such that the pressure exceeds 250 volts but does not exceed 650 volts, the supply shall be deemed a medium pressure supply ;

(c) where the conditions of the supply are such that the pressure exceeds 650 volts but does not exceed 3,000 volts, the supply shall be deemed a high pressure supply; and

(d) where the conditions of the supply are such that the pressure exceeds 3,000 volts, the supply shall be deemed an extra high pressure supply.

Where these regulations require any metallic body to be "efficiently connected with earth," it shall be connected with the general mass of earth in such manner as will ensure at all times an immediate and safe discharge of electrical energy.

General.

2. The pressure of a supply delivered to any consumer shall not exceed the limit of low pressure except for special purposes, for which a medium pressure supply may be given on the consumer undertaking to comply with the following conditions:--

(a) Where the supply is for power purposes--

(1) the frame of every electric motor shall be efficiently connected with earth ;

(2) the consumer's wires forming the connections to motors, or other- wise in connection with the supply, shall be, as far as practicable, com- pletely enclosed in strong metal casing efficiently connected with earth, or they shall be fixed in such a manner that there shall be no danger of any shock;

(3) the supply to every motor shall be controlled by means of an efficient cut-off switch, placed in such a position as to be easily handled by the person in charge of the motor, and connected so that by its means all pressure can be cut off from the motor itself, and from any regulating switch, resistance or other device in connection therewith;

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(4) switches, efficient fuses or other automatic circuit-breakers shall be provided, so as to protect the circuits from excess of current, and all switches and cut-outs shall be so enclosed and protected that there shall be no danger of any shock being obtained in the ordinary handling thereof, or of any fire being caused by their normal or abnormal action;"

(5) a notice shall be fixed in a conspicuous position at every motor and switch board in connection with the supply forbidding unauthorised persons to touch the motors or apparatus.

(b) Where the supply is for arc lamps in series,--

(1) the consumer's wires forming the connections to the arc lamps, or otherwise in connection with the supply, shall be, as far as practicable, completely enclosed in strong metal casing efficiently connected with earth, or they shall be fixed in such a manner that there shall be no danger of any shock;

(2) the supply to every arc lamp shall be controlled by means of an efficient cut-off switch, placed in such a position as to be easily handled by the person in charge of the arc lighting, and connected so that by its means all pressure can be cut off from the arc lamp itself, and from any regulating switch, resistance or other device in connection there- with. Provided that where the are lamps are connected in series across the outer conductors of a three-wire system, it shall be sufficient if one such switch be provided for each series of arc lamps;

(3) switches, efficient fuses or other automatic cut-outs shall be provided, so as to protect the circuits from excess of current, and all switches and cut-outs shall be so enclosed and protected that there shall be no danger of any shock being obtained in the ordinary handling thereof, or of any fire being caused by their normal or abnormal action.

(c) Where the supply is for incandescent lamps in series, unless the Director of Public Works otherwise allows,-

(1) the consumer's wires forming the connections to the incandescent lamps, or otherwise in connection with the supply, shall be completely enclosed in strong metal casing, and this casing together with the switches and lamp holders, if metallic, shall be efficiently connected with earth;

(2) switches, efficient fuses or other automatic cut outs shall be provided, so as to protect the circuits from excess of current, and all switches and cut-outs shall be so enclosed and protected that there shall be no danger of any shock being obtained in the ordinary handling thereof, or of any fire being caused by their normal action.

Where the supply is for any special purpose other than those above- mentioned, or where the pressure of the supply exceeds the limits of medium pressure it shall be subject to such other regulations as the Governor in Council may prescribe.

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3. When the pressure between the outer conductors of a three-wire Introduc- system exceeds 250 volts and the three wires of the system or two pairs tion of

                                      three-wire. of wires are brought into a consumer's premises, the supply shall be

system into given to two pairs of terminals arranged in such a manner that there consumers' shall be no danger of any shock, and the wiring from those terminals premises. shall be kept distinct.

4. The sectional area of the conductor in any electric line other than Minimum low tension laid or erected in any street after the date of these Regula- size of tions shall not be less than that of a strand of 7 wires, each of which conductors. is of No. 22 standard wire gauge, and the sectional area of every wire in a strand forming any such conductor shall not be less than that gauge, and where such stranded conductor is erected it shall be suspended from a suitable bearer wire or shall be protected by a suitable cradle fixed underneath. In the case of low tension conductors in any electric line the sectional area shall not be less than that of a single wire of No. 16 standard wire gauge efficiently insulated.

This regulation shall not apply in the case of an electric line placed in a lamp-post..

pressure and

5. Every low pressure and medium pressure main, after having been Insulation placed in position, and before it is used for the purposes of supply, shall test of low withstand a pressure equal to the maximum pressure to which it is medium intended to be subjected in use, and in any case at least 200 volts, and pressure further, before being used as aforesaid, it shall be tested for insulation, mains. and the company shall duly record the results of the tests of each main or section of a main."'

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Testing of insulation of all parts of high pressure circuit.

Mainten- ance of insulation.

Circuit- breaker for high pressure mains, etc.

Trans- formers.

Connection

of trans- formers

with earth.

Protection from lightning.

Report of accidents to Director of Public Works.

Overhead

6. A high pressure circuit shall not be brought into use unless the insulation of every part thereof has withstood the continuous application, during one hour, in the case of every electric line, of a pressure equal to the full working pressure to which it is intended to be subjected in use, and, in the case of every machine, device, or apparatus, of a pressure equal to the full working pressure to which it is intended to be subjected.

The company shall duly record the results of each test.

7. There shall be maintained by the company at each station or sub- station as may be necessary a leakage indicator of approved pattern and so arranged that the leakage on each main feeder can be readily ascer- tained at any time and a weekly test recorded. If at any time the leak- age is in the opinion of the Director of Public Works excessive, he shall require the company to remedy the same and it shall forthwith be remedied.

Provided that where any part of any electric circuit is connected with earth, either in accordance with these regulations or with the approval of the Director of Public Works, the provisions of this regulation shall not apply to that part of that circuit so long as the connection with earth exists.

8. Every high pressure main, conductor, or other apparatus shall be protected by a suitable fuse or automatic circuit-breaker.

Provided that it shall not be incumbent upon the company to provide such a fuse or circuit-breaker for the outer conductor of a concentric main which is, in accordance with these regulations or with the approval of the Director of Public Works, efficiently connected with earth.

9. In every case where a high pressure supply is transformed for the purpose of supply to one or more consumers, some suitable automatic and quick-acting means shall be provided to protect the consumer's wires from any accidental contact with or leakage from the high pressure circuit, either within or without the transforming apparatus.

10. The metallic portion of every high pressure transformer, with the exception of the conductors thereof, shall be efficiently connected with earth except in respect of transformers supported on poles at such a height as to be inaccessible except by the use of a ladder or other special appliance Provided that in such cases such poles shall be efficiently connected with earth.

11. Where any portion of any electric line or any support for any electric line is exposed in such a position as to be liable to cause injury from lightning, it shall be efficiently protected against such liability.

12. Where any accident by explosion or fire, or any other accident of such kind as to have caused or to be likely to have caused loss of life or personal injury has occurred at any part of any electric line or work, the company shall give immediate notice thereof to the Director of Public Works.

Overhead Lines,

13. (1) The provisions of this regulation shall have effect in the case lines in case of overhead lines for low, medium, and high pressure supply, and in the event of such overhead lines being situated under the verandah or balcony of any building the Director of Public Works shall determine how far and to what extent the provisions of this regulation shall apply.

of low, medium,

and high pressure supply.

(2) The interval between any two wooden poles used singly as sup- ports for an overhead line shall not exceed 200 feet: provided that where the line makes an angle at any such pole, the interval between that and the next pole shall not exceed 150 feet. In the case of supports other than single wooden poles the intervals between the supports shall be such as may be prescribed by the Director of Public Works.

(3) Every support for an overhead line shall be of a durable material, and shall be properly stayed against forces due to wind pressure, change of direction of the line, or unequal lengths of span. The factor of safety shall be for overhead lines, at least 5, and for wooden poles at least 10, and for iron or steel structures at least 6, taking the maximum possible' wind pressure at 40 pounds per square foot.

(4) All overhead lines shall be attached to insulators, and in the case of lines in which the pressure exceeds 110 volts, unless such lines are erected on the three-wire system as hereinafter described, shall be so guarded that they cannot fall away from the support.

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(5) An overhead line, placed after the date of these regulations, shall not in any part thereof be at a less height from the ground than 18 feet, except with the consent of the Director of Public Works, and shall not be accessible to any person without the use of a ladder or other special appliance.

(6) Where a supply is given by overhead lines on the three-wire system, the positive and negative conductors shall be placed side by side above the intermediate conductor. The intermediate conductor shall consist of two wires placed side by side at a distance apart greater than that between the positive and negative conductors, and connected in each span by two cross wires placed in such a manner that in the event of either the positive or negative conductor breaking it shall fall on one at least of the cross wires.

(7) Where a supply is given by overhead lines from a two-wire system, with the negative conductor connected with earth, the positive conductor shall be placed above the negative conductor in such a manner that in the event of breakage it must fall on the negative conductor.

(8) Service lines from overhead lines shall be led as directly as possible to insulators firmly attached to some portion of the consumer's premises which is not accessible to any person without the use of a ladder or other special appliance. Every portion of any service line which is outside a building, and is within 7 feet from the building, shall be efficiently protected by insulating material.

(9) Where an overhead line crosses a street, the angle between the line and the direction of the street at the place of crossing, shall not be less than 60 degrees, except with the consent of the Director of Public Works, and the spans shall be as short as possible.

(10) Where an overhead line crosses, or is in proximity to, any other wire or metal, precautions shall be taken by the company against the possibility of the line coming into contact with the other wire or metal, or of the other wire or metal coming into contact with the line, by breakage or otherwise. In the case of all overhead lines in which the pressure exceeds 110 volts, guard wires shall be provided by the com- pany owning such lines. All guard wires must make good clectrical connection with the poles and be efficiently connected with earth.

.(11) Every overhead line, including its supports and all the structural parts and electrical appliances and devices belonging to or connected with the line, shall be duly and efficiently supervised and maintained. as regards both electrical and mechanical conditions.

(12) The company shall remove any overhead line upon ceasing to use it for the supply of energy unless upon so ceasing they satisfy the Director of Public Works that they intend to bring it into use again within a reasonable time.

14. Save as above provided overhead lines shall not be erected except Other over- in accordance with such regulations as the Governor in Council may head lines. prescribe.

Electric Lines other than Overhead Lines.

15. All conduits, pipes, casings, and street boxes used as receptacles Construction for electric lines shall be constructed of durable material, and where of recept- laid under carriage ways shall be of ample strength to prevent damage acles for from heavy traffic, and reasonable means shall be taken by the com- pany to prevent accumulation of gas in such receptacles.

electric lines.

16. Where any electric line crosses, or is in proximity to, any Crossing metallic substance, special precautions shall be taken by the company pipes, etc. against the possibility of any electrical charging of the metallic substance from the line or from any metal conduit, pipe, or casing enclosing the line.

metal con-

17. All metal conduits, pipes, or casings containing any high pressure Electric con- electric line shall be efficiently connected with earth, and shall be so jointed and connected across all street boxes and other openings as to make good electrical connection throughout their whole length.

tinuity of duits, etc. of

high pres- sure line.

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Precautions to be taken when bare conductors are used.

High pres- sure lines

laid above

18. Where the conductors of electric lines placed in any conduit are not continuously covered with insulating material they shall be secured in position, and no unfixed uninsulated material of a conducting nature shall be contained in the conduit. No such conductor shall be at a pressure exceeding 300 volts from earth.

Adequate precautions shall also be taken to ensure that no accumula- tion of water shall take place in any part of the conduit, and to prevent any dangerous access of moisture to the conductors or the insulators.

The insulators of any such electric line shall be so disposed that they can be readily inspected; but this requirement shall not apply to any such insulators which before the date of these regulations were not required by any regulation then in force to be so capable of ready inspection.

19. Every portion of any high pressure electric line placed above the surface of the ground, or in any subway not in the sole occupation of ground or in the company, shall be completely enclosed either in a tube of highly insulating material embedded in brickwork, masonry, or cement concrete, or in strong metal casing efficiently connected with earth.

subways.

Protection for surface of ground

and electric lines.

Completion

and control

20. Where any high pressure electric line is laid beneath the surface of the ground, efficient means shall be taken to render it impossible that the surface of the ground or any neighbouring electric line or conductor shall become charged by leakage from the high pressure electric line.

21. A high pressure electric line shall not, except with the consent of the Director of Public Works, be used for the supply of energy before it of high pres-

has been completely laid, properly jointed, examined, and tested, or until sure lines.

it is in the sole charge of the company, and every such line shall during its use be in the sole charge of the company.

Sub-stations.

Street boxes.

Maximum power in case of

underground sub-station,

etc.

Respon- sibility

Sub-stations and Street Boxes.

22. Sub-stations shall be established in suitable places and shall be in the sole occupation and charge of the company. Sub-stations shall be erected above ground wherever possible, but where necessarily under- ground, due provision shall be made for ventilation and for drainage.

23. In addition to the provisions contained in regulation 15 as to the construction of receptacles for electric lines, the following conditions shall be observed with respect to street boxes:-

(a) the covers of all street boxes shall be so secured that they cannot be opened except by means of a special appliance;

(b) the covers of all street boxes containing high pressure apparatus other than cables shall be connected to strips of metal laid immediately underneath the street, and efficient means shall be taken to render it impossible that the covers or other exposed parts of these boxes, or any adjacent material forming the surface of the street, shall become electrically charged, whether by reason of leakage, defect, or otherwise;

(c) where street boxes are used as transformer chambers, reasonable means shall be taken to prevent as far as possible any influx of water, either from the adjacent soil or by means of pipes; and in the case of any such street box exceeding one cubic yard in capacity, ample pro- vision shall be made, by ventilation or otherwise, for the immediate escape of any gas which may by accident have obtained access to the box, and for the prevention of danger from sparking;

(d) all street boxes shall be regularly inspected for the presence of gas, and if any influx or accumulation is discovered, the company shall give immediate notice to the company whose gas mains are laid in the neighbourhood of the street box;

(e) where mains at different pressures pass through the same street box they shall be readily distinguishable from one another.

24. The maximum power supplied to any underground sub-station or street box shall not, without the consent of the Director of Public Works, exceed 30 kilowatts in the case of a sub-station or street box containing a single transformer, or 75 kilowatts in the case of a sub- station or street box containing two or more transformers.

Consumer's Premises.

25. The company shall be responsible for all electric lines, fittings, and apparatus belonging to them, or under their control, which may for lines, etc, be upon a consumer's premises, being maintained in a safe condition on consumer's and in all respects fit for supplying energy.

of company

premises.

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26. In delivering the energy to a consumer's terminals the company Fire risks. shall exercise all due precautions so as to avoid risk of causing fire on the premises.

27. A suitable safety fuse or other automatic circuit breaker shall Main fuses be inserted in each service line within a consumer's premises as close or circuit- as possible to the point of entry, and contained within a suitable locked breakers. or sealed receptacle of fireproof construction, except in cases where the service line is protected by fuses in a street box; but no fuse or automatic circuit-breaker shall be inserted in the intermediate conductor of a three-wire system.

Wherever a seal is found broken on a consumer's premises and unless the same has been broken by an employee of the company, the consumer shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding 5 dollars.

28. All service lines and apparatus placed on a consumer's premises Treatment shall be highly insulated and thoroughly protected against injury to of service the insulation or access of moisture, and any metal forming part of the lines and electric circuit, shall not, unless efficiently connected with earth, be apparatus exposed so that it can be touched. All electric lines shall be so fixed sumer's and protected as to prevent the possibility of electrical discharge to any premises. adjacent metallic substance.

on con-

29. Where the general supply of energy is a high pressure supply, Trans- and transforming apparatus is installed on a consumer's premises, the formers whole of the high pressure service lines, conductors, and apparatus, and high including the transforming apparatus itself, so far as they are on the pressure consumer's premises, shall be completely enclosed in solid walls, or in be enclosed strong metal casing efficiently connected with earth and securely fastened in metal, etc. throughout.

apparatus to

to be made

30. The company shall not connect a consumer's wires with their Connection to mains unless they are reasonably satisfied that the connection would consumer's not cause an undue leakage from those wires or fittings; and where the premises not company decline to make such connection they shall serve upon the where undue consumer a notice stating their reasons for so declining. The consumer leakage may appeal to the Director of Public Works whose decision shall be would result. final.

31. If the company are reasonably satisfied, after making all proper Discon- examination by testing or otherwise, that a leakage exists at some part tinuance of of a consumer's wires or fittings of such extent as to be a source of supply on danger, any officer of the company, duly authorised by them in writing, leakage on

                                    discovery of may, for the purpose of discovering whether the leakage exists at any consumer's part of a circuit within or upon any consumer's premises, by notice premises. require the consumer at some reasonable time after the service of the notice to permit him to inspect and test the wires and fittings belonging to the consumer and forming part of the circuit.

If on any such testing the officer discovers an undue leakage from the consumer's wires or if the consumer does not give all due facilities for inspection and testing, the company shall forthwith discontinue the supply of energy to the premises in question, giving immediate notice of the discontinuance to the consumer, and shall not recommence the supply until they are reasonably satisfied that the leakage has been removed.

32. If any consumer is dissatisfied with the action of the company Appeal to in refusing to give, or in discontinuing or in not recommencing the Director of supply of energy to his premises, the wires and fittings of that con- Public sumer shall, on his application and on payment of a fee of 10 dollars, Works. be tested for the existence of leakage by the Director of Public Works.

This regulation shall be endorsed on every notice given under the provisions of either of the last two regulations.

33. Any person making any addition to any electrical installation Penalty for connected to the company's main without obtaining the written consent making addi- of the company thereto shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding $100 tion to

for

every

such addition.

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electrical installation.

electrical

34. Any consumer upon whose premises any such addition shall be Penalty on found shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding $100 for every day or consumer for part of a day during which such addition shall have been in existence. addition to In this regulation consumer" means the person in whose name the installation. contract for the supply of electricity to such premises was made with the company, or, if there be no such person, the principal tenant or person in actual occupation of the premises in which such addition shall be found.

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Height from ground.

Arc lamps to be guarded.

Connection

Are Lighting.

35. Arc lamps used in any street for public lighting shall be so fixed as not to be in any part at a less height than 10 feet from the ground.

36. All are lamps shall be so guarded as to prevent pieces of ignited carbon or broken glass falling from them, and shall not be used in situa- tions where there is any danger of the presence of explosive dust or gas.

Connection of Circuits with Earth.

37. Where the pressure of a supply between the adjacent conductors with earth of of a three-wire system of mains exceeds 125 volts, the intermediate conductor shall be connected with earth in accordance with the following conditions:

a three-wire

system.

Connection

of other

(a) the connection with earth of the intermediate conductor shall be made at one point only on each distinct circuit, namely, at the generating station, sub-station, or transformer, and the insulation of the circuit shall be efficiently maintained at all other parts;

(b) the current from the intermediate conductor to earth shall be continuously recorded, and, if it at any time becomes excessive, steps shall be immediately taken to improve the insulation of the system.

38. The company shall not connect any other circuit with earth except with the approval of the Director of Public Works and subject to such circuits with conditions as he may prescribe.

earth.

Special regulations

as to extra

high pressure.

Extra High Pressure.

39.--(1) This regulation shall have effect in the case of a supply at extra high pressure, and shall be in addition to and not in substitution for the obligations imposed by the foregoing regulations.

(2) An extra high pressure main shall not be brought into use unless, after it has been placed in position and before it is used for the pur- poses of supply, the insulation of every part thereof hos withstood the continuous application, during half-an-hour, of pressure exceeding the maximum pressure to which it is intended to be subject in use, that is to say, in the case of every electric line to be used for a pressure not exceeding 10,000 volts twice the said maximum pressure, and in the case of a line to be used for a pressure exceeding 10,000 volts, a pressure exceeding the said maximum pressure by 10,000 volts: and the company shall record the results of the tests of each main or section of a main.

(3) Every extra high pressure main shall be protected by a suitable fuse or automatic circuit-breaker, but in the case of a concentric main that fuse or circuit-breaker shall not be inserted in any external con- ductor thereof which is connected with earth.

(4) In every case where an extra high pressure supply is transformed or converted to a reduced pressure, some suitable automatic and quick- acting means shall be provided to protect the reduced pressure circuits from any

accidental contact with or leakage from the extra high pressure system, either within or without the transforming or converting apparatus. (5) All metal conduits, pipes, or casings containing any extra high pressure electric line shall be efficiently connected with earth, and shall be so jointed and connected across all street boxes and other openings so as to make good electrical connection throughout their whole length.

(6) Every portion of any extra high pressure electric line placed above the surface of the ground, otherwise than in a sub-station, or in any sub- way not in the sole occupation of the company, shall be completely enclosed either in a tube of highly insulated material embedded in brickwork, masonry, or cement concrete, or in strong metal casing efficiently connected with earth.

(7) Where extra high pressure mains for three-phase supply consist of insulated conductors laid together, provision shall be made to ensure that neither the ground nor any neighbouring or electric line or con- ductor can become charged by leakage from any such main.

Where this provision is made by a copper strip under a lead sheath, that strip shall be not less than sixteen-thousandths of an inch in thick- ness, and where it is made by steel wires outside a lead sheath, each of those wires shall be not less than one-tenth of an inch in diameter.

Where the mains are enclosed in a lead sheath, that sheath shall be not less than one-tenth of an inch in thickness, and shall be permanently and efficiently connected with earth.

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(8) Extra high pressure mains for single phase supply and all cables. connected therewith shall consist either of two concentric conductors or of separate conductors. Where concentric conductors are used the insulation shall be maintained efficiently throughout except that the outer conductor shall be connected with earth at one point, and where separate conductors are used provision shall be made as in the case of mains for three-phase supply to ensure that neither the ground nor any neighbouring electric line or conductor can become charged by leakage.

(9) An extra high pressure electric line shall not be brought into use for the supply of energy before it has been completely laid, properly jointed, examined, and tested, or until it is in the sole charge of the company, and every such line shall during its use be in the sole charge of the company.

(10) Extra high pressure mains shall not pass through the same street box with other mains, unless they are enclosed in strong metal casing; and street boxes containing high pressure mains shall not contain pipes for water, gas, or other service, or electric mains belonging to another undertaking provided that any such street box may contain telephone wires belonging to the company.

(11) Sub-stations supplied at extra high pressure shall be established in suitable places and shall be in the sole occupation of the company.

(12) Sub-stations constructed below the surface of any street after the date of these regulations to which an extra high pressure is to be given shall not contain switches or other apparatus than transformers.

(13) The transforming apparatus at any sub-station supplied at extra high pressure shall be so arranged that there shall be no danger of any mains connected therewith being charged to any pressure beyond the limits of pressure for which those mains are intended.

(14) In delivering the energy to a sub-station at extra high pressure the company shall exercise all due precautions so as to avoid risk of causing fire on the premises.

(15) All extra high pressure electric lines and apparatus placed in a sub-station shall be highly insulated and thoroughly protected against injury to the insulation or access of moisture, and any metal forming part of the electric circuit shall not, unless efficiently connected with earth, be exposed so that it can be inadvertently touched. All such lines shall be so fixed and protected as to prevent the possibility of electrical discharge to any adjacent metallic substance.

(16) The Director of Public Works shall be entitled to enter at all times any of the generating or sub-stations of the company supplying or supplied at an extra high pressure, and to make any such examination and tests of the mains, machines, transformers, or other apparatus in use in those stations, as may appear to him necessary, and the company shall afford all due facilities for any such examination and tests.

(17) Where any extra high pressure circuit is connected with earth, the connection shall be made at one point only, namely, at the generating station, sub-station, or transformer, and the insulation of the circuit shall, except at that point, be efficiently maintained throughout.

(18) The neutral point of the star winding of each distinct three- phase circuit, used for extra high pressure, may be connected with earth, or may be insulated. If connected with earth through a resistance, that resistance shall be sufficiently low to ensure that the fuse or automatic circuit-breaker in the mains shall act.

If the neutral point is not connected with earth, a separate electro- static voltmeter placed in a conspicuous position in the generating station shall be connected between each distinct circuit and earth; and if the indications of the voltmeters show that the insulation of any of the circuits is faulty, immediate steps shall be taken to restore the insulation..

Penalties.

40. If the company make default in complying with any of the pre- Penaltics ceding regulations, they shall, on summary conviction, be liable to a for default. penalty not exceeding 100 dollars for every such default, and in the case

of a continuing offence to a further penalty not exceeding 100 dollars for

each day during which the offence continues.

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The recovery of a penalty under these regulations shall not affect the liability of the company to make compensation in respect of any damage or injury which may be caused by reason of the default.

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2. The regulations made by the Governor in Council on the 2nd April, 1914, and the 22nd October, 1914, and published in the Gazette on the 17th April, 1914, and on the 13th and the 20th November, 1914, respectively, are hereby rescinded.

No. 92.

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 15th day of March, 1917.

The list which was published in 'the Gazette of the 21st July, 1916, of persons and bodies of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, with whom trading is prohibited by the Trading with the Eueiny (Statutory List) Proclamation, Hongkong, 1916, No. 3, and which was amended by the lists published in the Gazettes of the 4th, 18th and 25th August, 1st, 15th and 22nd September, 6th, 20th and 27th October, 17th November, 8th, 15th, 22nd, and 29th December, 1916, 5th, 19th and 26th January, 2nd and 23rd February, and 2nd March, 1917, is hereby further amended by the variation and addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto :-

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan, 1917

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

SCHEDULE.

Additions to List.

ARGENTINA AND URUGUAY,

Carrasco, A., Tacuari 483, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Eberson, Otto, Montevideo, Uruguay. Garbin Hermanos, Montevideo, Uruguay.

Garcia Ramos, José, Calle Guayabo 166, Montevideo,

Uruguay.

Gazzano, Antonio, Calle San Eugenio 77, Montevideo,

Uruguay.

Mampoy, Jules, Casilla 384, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Rodin, Thor, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Ruiz, Raul, Casilla del Correo 1222 and Calle Hum-

berto 1°-2807, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Sanguinetti, Jose B., Montevideo. Uruguay. Sanjines, Dionysio, Montevideo, Uruguay. Stern, Ricardo, Montevideo, Uruguay.

BOLIVIA.

Freudenthal Hermanos, La Paz.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

Morales, José, Cochabamba.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

Schmidt, Otto, & Company, Cochabamba.

BRAZIL.

Cohn, G., (Fabrica de Discos Odeon), Boulevard 28 de

Setembro, 36-56 Rio de Janeiro.

Dienstbach, Theodor C., & Company, Rua dos Andradas

445, Porto Alegre.

Dressler & Henkel, Rua Voluntarios da Patria 197c,

Porto Alegre.

Fabrica Metallurgica Allemã Rua Dutra Rodrigues 31,

Sao Paulo.

Fabrica de Discos Odeon, (G. Cohn), Boulevard 28 de

Setembro, 36-56 Rio de Janeiro.

Hansen, Alfredo, Rua General Camara 62, Rio de

Janeiro.

Heise, Hugo, & Company, Rua Florencio de Abreu,

Sao Paulo and Santos,

Lohner, F. A., Rua Riachuela 87, Rio de Janeiro. Odeon, Fabrica de Discos, (G. Cohn), Boulevard 28 de

Setembro, 36-36 Rio de Janeiro.

114 THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 16, 1917.

2. The regulations made by the Governor in Council on the 2nd April, 1914, and the 22nd October, 1914, and published in the Gazette on the 17th April, 1914, and on the 13th and the 20th November, 1914, respectively, are hereby rescinded.

No. 92.

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 15th day of March, 1917.

The list which was published in 'the Gazette of the 21st July, 1916, of persons and bodies of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, with whom trading is prohibited by the Trading with the Eueiny (Statutory List) Proclamation, Hongkong, 1916, No. 3, and which was amended by the lists published in the Gazettes of the 4th, 18th and 25th August, 1st, 15th and 22nd September, 6th, 20th and 27th October, 17th November, 8th, 15th, 22nd, and 29th December, 1916, 5th, 19th and 26th January, 2nd and 23rd February, and 2nd March, 1917, is hereby further amended by the variation and addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto :-

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan, 1917

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

SCHEDULE.

Additions to List.

ARGENTINA AND URUGUAY,

Carrasco, A., Tacuari 483, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Eberson, Otto, Montevideo, Uruguay. Garbin Hermanos, Montevideo, Uruguay.

Garcia Ramos, José, Calle Guayabo 166, Montevideo,

Uruguay.

Gazzano, Antonio, Calle San Eugenio 77, Montevideo,

Uruguay.

Mampoy, Jules, Casilla 384, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Rodin, Thor, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Ruiz, Raul, Casilla del Correo 1222 and Calle Hum-

berto 1°-2807, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Sanguinetti, Jose B., Montevideo. Uruguay. Sanjines, Dionysio, Montevideo, Uruguay. Stern, Ricardo, Montevideo, Uruguay.

BOLIVIA.

Freudenthal Hermanos, La Paz.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

Morales, José, Cochabamba.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

Schmidt, Otto, & Company, Cochabamba.

BRAZIL.

Cohn, G., (Fabrica de Discos Odeon), Boulevard 28 de

Setembro, 36-56 Rio de Janeiro.

Dienstbach, Theodor C., & Company, Rua dos Andradas

445, Porto Alegre.

Dressler & Henkel, Rua Voluntarios da Patria 197c,

Porto Alegre.

Fabrica Metallurgica Allemã Rua Dutra Rodrigues 31,

Sao Paulo.

Fabrica de Discos Odeon, (G. Cohn), Boulevard 28 de

Setembro, 36-56 Rio de Janeiro.

Hansen, Alfredo, Rua General Camara 62, Rio de

Janeiro.

Heise, Hugo, & Company, Rua Florencio de Abreu,

Sao Paulo and Santos,

Lohner, F. A., Rua Riachuela 87, Rio de Janeiro. Odeon, Fabrica de Discos, (G. Cohn), Boulevard 28 de

Setembro, 36-36 Rio de Janeiro.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 16, 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

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19 Jan. 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

Portella Filho, Hemengildo, Rua Marquez Olinda 4,

Pernambuco.

Ribeiro Chaves, Gualtero, Para.

CHILE.

Ciangarotti, Luis A., Valparaiso. Herrera, Eduardo, Taltal. Rabenalt & Schmidtsdorf, Iquique.

Schacht, Guillermo (partner of Schacht & Wyneken),

Valparaiso and Coronel.

DENMARK.

Andersen-Hvam, C. Julius, (Nordisk Kolonial Com- pany) Langelinieskuret 40, Frihavnen, Copenhagen. Bach, Jorgen, Carl Ploughs Vej 5 and Gammel Kon-

gevej 23, Copenhagen.

Baltisk Bouillonterningfabrik, Henrik Steffensvej 8,

Copenhagen.

Berlau & Nielsen, Heimdahlsgade, Copenhagen. Dellheim, Sigmund, A/S, Amaliegade 6, Copenhagen. Enna, Carl, Nytorv 13, Copenhagen.

Eschricht, Svend, Classensg. 40 and Skindergade 24,

Copenhagen.

19 Jan., 1917. Germansk Handels Kompagni, Longangsstr. 16,

Copenhagen.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan, 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

Hansen, Valdemar, & Company, Classensg. 40 and

Skindergade 24, Copenhagen.

Harskind, Emil, Falkonerallé 61, Copenhagen. (To be distinguished from Emil Herskind, Vesterbrogade 106.)

Haug, Carl, Kjobmagergade 28, Copenhagen. Hellerie, Max, & Company, Reverdilsgade 5, Copen-

hagen.

Jacobsen, Jacob, Nyhavn 31, Copenhagen.

Jelstrup, H., Studiestraede 49 and Krystalgade 46,

Copenhagen.

Jensen, Carl, Hejrevej 1, Copenhagen. Jensen, Chr. Ruge, Aalborg.

Jørgensen, J. A., & Company, Rømersgade 15, Copen-

hagen; and Sonderg. 17/19 Odense. Kuhnert, Rasmus, Jorcks Pass and Vimmelskaftet 42,

Copenhagen.

Linoleum, A/S, Kolding.

Lorenzen's, Christian N., Eftf., Gammel Kongevej 23,

Copenhagen.

Lykkeberg, Peter Rudolf, Teglgaardstr. 5, Copenhagen. Matthiesen, C., Vesterbrogade 35 and Strandvejen 90,

Klampenborg, Copenhagen.

Moritz, Carl G., Vesterbrogade 20 and Frederiksberg

Allé 19, Copenhagen. Mortensen, Orla, Nykjøbing, Falster.

  Aarhus. Nielsen, Oskar, Skolebakken 11, Nordisk Kolonial Company A/S, Frihavnen, Copen-

hagen.

Nordisk Vareimport, Griffenfeldtsgade 8, Copenhagen. østerbro's Patent Scirocco Kaffebranderi Limited,

Magstr. 6, Copenhagen.

Petersen, Jens, Skindergade 31, Copenhagen. Phonix A/S, Vestervoldgade 11, Copenhagen. Rulholt, Rasmus, Tordenskjoldsgade 17, Čopenhagen. Sand, Hilmar & Company, Nygade 3, Copenhagen. Scharling, Emil, Nørrebrog. 140, Copenhagen.

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19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917. 19 Jan., 1917. 19 Jan., 1917. 19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917. 19 Jan., 1917. 19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

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19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

Schimmelpfeng, W., Auskunftei, Vestergade 13, Copen-

hagen.

Stern-Handfuss, S.. Niels Juelsgade 11, Copenhagen. Storm, Jørgen, Jernbanestations Plads, Hjørring. Thygesen, Aage, Kompagniestracde 22, Copenhagen. Union Special Maskin Kompagni Kjøbenhavn Limited,

Kjøbmagergade 28, Copenhagen.

ECUADOR.

Balda, Pedro A., Guayaquil. Jaime, Enrique T., Esmeraldas. Murillo, José, Guayaquil. Plaza, Cesar, Bahia de Caráquez. Robinson, Platarco H., Guayaquil. Zambrano, Carlos, Bahia de Caráquez. Zedeno, Julio, Bahia de Caráquez.

GREECE.

Farkouh, Constantine, Salonika. Farkouh, George, Salonika and Athens. Farkouh, Hadzi Daoud, Salonika and Athens. Hasson & Recanati, Emniyet Han, Salonika.

Recanati, Fils de Joseph, Sibi Gumruk Han, Salonika. Recanati, H. J., & Company, Sibi Gumruk Han,

Salonika.

Spiedel & Company, Island of Thassos and Suja, Crete.

NETHERLANDS.

Electrische Vleeschwaren Fabriek, Oranje Nassau

Straat, Hillegersberg, near Rotterdam.

Heck, A. M. v. d., Oranje Nassau Straat, Hillegersberg,

near Rotterdam.

Kestein, E. A., Boompjes 92, Rotterdam. Lieshout, A. van, & Company, S'Hertogenbosch.

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

Advies Bureau voor Landbouw en Industrieele Ondern-

emingen.

Drukkerij Ameet Tavernier, Sourabaya. Ladiges. G. J., Belawan.

Leo Thesing.

Marbau Rubber Maatschappij, Medam. Pangasaman.

Rosenlehner, H., Sourabaya.

Vrijberghe de Conings, A. J. van, Sourabaya. Vroman, S., Sourabaya. Winkel Maatschappij, H. Spiegel.

NORWAY.

Aalesund's Canning Company, Aalesund. Aalesund's Preserving Company, Aalesund.

"Globus" Importhuset, Lille Graensegt 2, Christiania. Lexow, E. B., A/S, Kirkegade 32, and Gimleveien 17,

Christiania.

Pelz & Hauge, Incognitogade 15B, Christiania.

PERU.

Gorbitz & Company, Chiclayo and Lima. Grillo, Adam, Chiclayo and Lia.

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SPAIN.

19 Jan., 1917. Andres, Arturo, Ronda de la Universidad 17, Barcelona

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917. 19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jau., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

and Madrid.

Beardro (see Sahagan y Beardro).

Bueno (see Guerrero Bueno).

Cabrera, Andres, (of Bernardo Navarro), Las Palmas,

Grand Canary.

Casa, Antonio de la, Calle Cruz 5-7, Carrera San

Jerónimo, Madrid.

Cejudo-Nunez, Pedro, Calle Imperial 5, Madrid. Ferrer (Ricardo) Sociedad Anonima, Calle Mendez

Nunez 8, Barcelona.

Fraga, Enrique, Corunna. Guerrero Bueno, Manuel, Malaga. Kahlert, Alberto, Seville.

Kaupp, Ernesto, S. en C., Calle Cortes 498, Barcelona. Larrea, Antonio (see Schad (Ernesto) y Larrea

(Antonio)).

Libreria Nacional y Extranjera, Caballero de Gracia 60,

Madrid.

Libreria Nacional y Extranjera, Rambla Cataluña 72,

Barcelona.

Loewenstein, Benito, Seville. Lopez, German, Malaga.

Muller, Alejandro, y Cia., Calle Buenos Aires 6, Barce-

lona.

Navarro, Bernardo, Las Palmas, Grand Canary. Nunez, (see Pedro Cejudo-Nunez).

Pumarino Valdes, Eduardo de las Alas, Malaga. Roth, Richard, Consejo de Ciento 313, Barcelona. Ruprecht, Federico, Rambla Cataluña 45 and Calle

Cortes 587, Barcelona.

Sahagun y Beardro, Federico, Isaac Peral 16, Cadiz. Sanchez, Eduardo, Malaga.

Schad (Ernesto) y Larrea (Antonio), Calle Ercilla 12,

Bilbao.

Soler y Trias, Francisco, Calle Gasometro 12, Barcelona. Torrens, Alberto, Mariana Pineda 5, Madrid.

Trias (see Francisco Soler y Trias).

Valdes (see Pumarino Valdes, Eduardo de las Alas).

SWEDEN.

Arnberg, Rich. M., (of Tom A/B), St. Pauli Kyrkog

12, Malmö.

Aspegren, Rich., Stortorget 3, Malmö. Tom (A/B), Malmö.

VENEZUELA.

Beier & Company, San Fernando de Apure. Blaubach, Alejandro, & Company, Valencia. Kuhl & Company, El Callao, State of Bolivar. Schultz, C. L., Caracas.

Wiese & Company, Caracas.

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19 Jan., 1917.

Removals from List.

ARGENTINA.

Brizzi, Luis E., Calle Piedras 1174, Buenos Aires. Padros, Simon, & Company, Tres Esquinas 676, Buenos

Aires.

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Warburg & Goldschmidt, Calle Bartolome Mitre 1265,

Buenos Aires.

CUBA.

19 Jan., 1917. Barba, Vincente, Calle San Pedro 4, Havana.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb, 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

NETHERLANDS.

Peereboom, S., & Company, Taludweg 45, Hilversum. Rijnberk, W. E., Van, Wijnhaven 26, Rotterdam.

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

Han Kiem Goan Merk Hiap Siang Boo, Macassar, Katz & Company, S., Medan and Palembang. Lay Kum Sun Denties, Macassar.

Reichler & Company, Medan and Palembang. Société Coloniale Indo-Belge, Batavia. Tan Hok Sok, Macassar. Zeitlin, A., Palembang.

PORTO RICO.

19 Jan., 1917. Barba, Vicente.

Variations in List.

Corrections in the names and alterations in and additions to addresses of the persons or firms whose names were published in the Unite Kingdom on the respective dates shown in the margin are made as under :--

ARGENTINA.

10 Nov., 1916. Meyer, D., & Company, Calle Cangallo 499, Bahia Blanca; Trelew, Chubut; and Puerto Madryn, Patagonia, Argentina.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

19 Jan., 1917.

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

Adams, H., Hotel des Indes, Weltevreden, Java. Hoffmann en Benselin, Leclerc, Toko, Sourabaya. Ioen Oen Hap, Macassar.

Matheron, F., Sourabaya.

Nass, B., & Company, Kota Radija, Atjeh, Sourabaya,

etc.

Rosenthal, Herbert W., (alias Rosenthal Bonin), Bata-

via.

Schaier, (J.) Handel Maatschappy, Prins Hendrikplad,

Macassar.

Soenda, Import Maatschappy, Samarang.

Tan Kok Tae & Zoonen, Menado, Celebes.

SPAIN.

8 Dec., 1916. Romero, Manuel, Calle de Nicolas Maria Rivero 8,

Madrid.

NOTE (1).-Where a firm named in the List has more than one branch in the same country, all branches in that country are held to be included in the List even in cases where no address, or of several addresses, one only is specifically mentioned.

  NOTE (2).-The above additions and removals were made in the United Kingdom on the dates which appear opposite to the respective names.

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No. 93.

   Amendments of the Statutes of the University of Hongkong made by the Court of the University on the 1st December, 1916, and 9th February, 1917, respectively, under Section 14 of the University Ordinance, 1911, (Ordinance No. 10 of 1911), and allowed by the Governor in Council on the 15th day of March, 1917.

   The Statutes of the University of Hongkong contained in the Second Schedule of the University Ordinance, 1911, (Ordinance No. 10 of 1911), are hereby amended as follows:---

1. Statute 7 (3) is repealed and the following substituted therefor :----

"A member of the Senate elected by the Senate as a member of the Council as

provided by class 3 shall hold office for two years.

2. Statute 22 is amended by the deletion of the words "A subscriber of $100,000 will in addition be made a life member of the Court." in the thirteenth and fourteenth lines and by the substitution therefor of the following "A subscriber of more than $50,000 will in addition be made a life member of the Court. ".

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

15th March, 1917.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

No. 94.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, No. 1.

THURSDAY, 22ND FEBRUARY, 1917.

"

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, C.M.G.).

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the Attorney General, (JOSEPH HORSFORD KEMP).

the Colonial Treasurer, (ALEXANDER MACDONALD THOMSON.

the Director of Public Works, (WILLIAM CHATHAM, C.M.G.).

the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, (EDWIN RICHARD HALLIFAX).

the Captain Superintendent of Police, (CHARLES MCILVAINE MESSER).

Mr. WEI YUK, C.M.G.

Mr. HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, K.C,

""

Mr. EDWARD SHELLIM.

""

Mr. LAU CHU-PAK.

""

Mr. PERCY HOBSON HOLYOAK.

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Mr. CHARLES EDWARD ANTON.

The Council met pursuant to summons.

The Minutes of the last Meeting, held on the 21st December, 1916, were confirmed.

STANDING COMMITTEES.-His Excellency the Governor appointed the following Com- mittees for the year 1917-

Finance Committee.--All the Members of the Council with the exception of the

Governor.

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No. 93.

   Amendments of the Statutes of the University of Hongkong made by the Court of the University on the 1st December, 1916, and 9th February, 1917, respectively, under Section 14 of the University Ordinance, 1911, (Ordinance No. 10 of 1911), and allowed by the Governor in Council on the 15th day of March, 1917.

   The Statutes of the University of Hongkong contained in the Second Schedule of the University Ordinance, 1911, (Ordinance No. 10 of 1911), are hereby amended as follows:---

1. Statute 7 (3) is repealed and the following substituted therefor :----

"A member of the Senate elected by the Senate as a member of the Council as

provided by class 3 shall hold office for two years.

2. Statute 22 is amended by the deletion of the words "A subscriber of $100,000 will in addition be made a life member of the Court." in the thirteenth and fourteenth lines and by the substitution therefor of the following "A subscriber of more than $50,000 will in addition be made a life member of the Court. ".

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

15th March, 1917.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

No. 94.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, No. 1.

THURSDAY, 22ND FEBRUARY, 1917.

"

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, C.M.G.).

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the Attorney General, (JOSEPH HORSFORD KEMP).

the Colonial Treasurer, (ALEXANDER MACDONALD THOMSON.

the Director of Public Works, (WILLIAM CHATHAM, C.M.G.).

the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, (EDWIN RICHARD HALLIFAX).

the Captain Superintendent of Police, (CHARLES MCILVAINE MESSER).

Mr. WEI YUK, C.M.G.

Mr. HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, K.C,

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Mr. EDWARD SHELLIM.

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Mr. LAU CHU-PAK.

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Mr. PERCY HOBSON HOLYOAK.

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Mr. CHARLES EDWARD ANTON.

The Council met pursuant to summons.

The Minutes of the last Meeting, held on the 21st December, 1916, were confirmed.

STANDING COMMITTEES.-His Excellency the Governor appointed the following Com- mittees for the year 1917-

Finance Committee.--All the Members of the Council with the exception of the

Governor.

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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. LAU CHU-PAK, and Mr. ANTON.

PAPERS.--The Colonial Secretary laid on the table the following papers :---

Kowloon Railway Station,--Report on Completion of Building.

Recommendations of the Economic Conference of the Allies held at Paris on

June 14, 15, 16 and 17, 1916.

   WAR LOAN.--His Excellency the Governor addressed the Council with reference to the taking up, by the Hongkong Government, of a portion of the War Loan on behalf of permanent officials who are willing to subscribe to it.

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THE COLONY'S GIFT. His Excellency informed the Council that a further sum of $2,000,000 had been paid, making up the total of $5,000,000 which had previously been agreed upon as the Colony's gift.

MILITARY SERVICE COMMISSION.His Excellency the Governor addressed the Council with reference to the appointment of the Military Service Commission.

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.---Harbour Master's Department, Wireless Installa-

tion for the Steam Tender Stanley,

No. 2. Public Works, Extraordinary, Dredging off Kow-

loon Point,.

2,175.00.

30.00.

No. 3.-Charitable Services, Refund of salaries__ stolen from Clerks of the Public Works Depart- ment,

No. 4.-Police Department, Rent for Police Reserve Head-

quarters,

No. 5.- Public Works, Extraordinary, Repairing and relaying the Telephone Cable across the Harbour damaged by the S.S. Mau Sang,...

The Colonial Treasurer seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

265.00.

1,800.00.

2,200.00.

WAR LOAN AMENDMENT BILL..-The Attorney General moved the First reading of a Bill intituled An Ordinance to amend the War Loan Ordinance, 1916.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

   REVENUE OFFICERS POWER OF ARREST BILL. The Attorney General moved the First reading of a Bill intituled An Ordinance to consolidate and amend the law relating to the powers of arrest possessed by revenue officers.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

INTERPRETATION AMENDMENT BILL.The Attorney General moved the First reading of a Bill intituled An Ordinance to amend the Interpretation Ordinance, 1911.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

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  ANGLO-PORTUGUESE COMMERCIAL TREATY BILL.-The Attorney General moved the First reading of a Bill intituled An Ordinance to make such provisions as are necessary to enable the Anglo-Portuguese Commercial Treaty to come into force as regards the Colony of Hongkong.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

  FOREST FIRES PREVENTION BILL.-The Attorney General moved the First reading of a Bill intituled An Ordinance to make provisions for the better protection of forests, forest reserves and plantations from fire.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question--put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

  CROWN LAND PRESERVATION BILL. The Attorney General moved the First reading of a Bill intituled An Ordinance to make further provision for the protection of trees on Crown land and other Crown property from wilful damage.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

  MALAY STATES EXTRADITION AMENDMENT BILL. The Attorney General moved the First reading of a Bill intituled An Ordinance to repeal in part the Malay States Extradi- tion Ordinance, 1903.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question--put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

  PHARMACY AND POISONS AMENDMENT BILL.--The Attorney General moved the First reading of a Bill intituled An Ordinance to amend the Pharmacy and Poisons Ordinance, 1916.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

  ALIEN ENEMIES (WINDING UP) AMENDMENT BILL.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved that the Bill intituled An Ordinance to amend further the Alien Enemies (Winding up) Ordinance, 1914, be withdrawn.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question put and agreed to.

  JURORS LIST FOR 1917.-The Council went into Committee to consider the Jurors List in camera.

1917.

ADJOURNMENT.-The Council then adjourned until Thursday, the 15th day of March

+

Confirmed this 15th day of March, 1917.

· A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

F. H. MAY,

Governor.

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No. 95. 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. 1 of 1917.-An Ordinance to amend the War Loan Ordinance,

1916.

Ordinance No. 2 of 1917.--An Ordinance to consolidate and amend the law relating to the powers of arrest possessed by revenue officers.

Ordinance No. 3 of 1917. An Ordinance to amend the Interpretation Ordinance,

1911.

Ordinance No. 4 of 1917.-An Ordinance to make such provisions as are neces- sary to enable the Anglo-Portuguese Commercial Treaty to come into force as regards the Colony of Hongkong.

Ordinance No. 5 of 1917.-An Ordinance to make provision for the better pro- tection of forests, forest reserves, and plantations from fire.

Ordinance No. 6 of 1917.-An Ordinance to make further provision for the pro- tection of trees on Crown land and other Crown property from wilful damage.

Ordinance No. 7 of 1917.-An Ordinance to repeal in part the Malay States

Extradition Ordinance, 1903.

Ordinance No. 8 of 1917.--An Ordinance to amend the Pharmacy and Poisons

Ordinance, 1916.

Short title and

construction.

Addition of new section to Ordinance No. 12 of 1916.

HONGKONG.

No. 1 OF 1917.

LS

I assent to this Ordinance.

F. H. MAY, Governor.

16th March, 1917.

An Ordinance to amend the War Loan Ordi-

nance, 1916.

[16th March, 1917.]

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 War Loan Amendment Ordinance, 1917, and shall be read and construed as one with the War Loan Ordinance, 1916.

2. The following section shall be added to the War Loan Ordinance, 1916:----

Exemption "14. All moneys appropriated out of the

from

Defence Contribution.

Ordinance No. 1 of 1901.

revenue and assets of the Colony for the payment of the interest on the bonds and for the formation of the sinking fund, and all dividends interest or produce of any investments which represent any portion of the sinking fund, shall be deducted from the Colonial revenues before the calculation of the sums payable to His Majesty's Government under the Defence Contribution Ordi- nance, 1901."

Passed the Legislative Council of Hongkong, this 15th day of March, 1917.

A. G. M. FLETCHER

Clerk of Councils.

Assented to by His Excellency the Governor, the 16th

day of March, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

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HONGKONG.

No. 2 OF 1917.

LS

I assent to this Ordinance.

F. H. MAY,

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Governor.

16th March, 1917.

An Ordinance to consolidate and amend the law relating to the powers of arrest possessed by revenue officers.

16th March, 1917.]

BE it enacted by the Governor of Hongkong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:-

1. This Ordinance may by cited as the Revenue Short title. Officers Power of Arrest Ordinance, 1917.

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2. In this Ordinance Revenue Officer" includes Interpreta- every person appointed to act as a revenue officer under tion. the provisions of any enactment specified in the First Schedule hereto.

3.--(1.) Any revenue officer may arrest without war- Power of rant any person found or reasonably suspected of com- arrest. mitting or attempting to commit, or employing, aiding or assisting any person to commit any offence against, or of the unlawful possession of any article liable to forfeiture under, the provisions of any enactment speci- fied in the Second Schedule hereto.

(2.) The powers conferred by this Ordinance shall be in addition to those conferred by any other enactment.

Power to

4. It shall be lawful for the Governor in Council to amend the Schedules hereto in any manner whatsoever. amend

5. The Revenue Officers Power of Arrest Ordinance, 1913, and the Revenue Officers Power of Arrest Amend- ment Ordinance, 1916, are repealed.

Passed the Legislative Council of Hongkong, this 15th day of March, 1917.

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

Assented to by His Excellency the Governor, the 16th

day of March, 1917.

Schedules.

Repeal of Ordinances

Nos. 6 of 1913 and

11 of 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

No. of Ordinance.

First Schedule.

Short Title.

Liquors Consolidation Ordinance, 1911.

9 of 1911.

4 of 1914.

Opium Ordinance, 1914.

10 of 1916.

Tobacco Ordinance, 1916.

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No. of Ordinance.

1 of 1862.

19 of 1914.

3 of 1915.

1 of 1873.

11 of 1886.

2 of 1891.

2 of 1900.

6 of 1900.

9 of 1911.

11 of 1912.

4 of 1914.

17 of 1915.

32 of 1915.

9 of 1916.

10 of 1916.

J

Second Schedule.

Short Title.

Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinances,

1862-1915.

Dangerous Goods Ordinance, 1873.

Ships (Prohibition of Sale of Liquor)

Ordinance, 1886.

Gambling Ordinance, 1891.

Arms and Ammunition Ordinance, 1900. Post Office Ordinance, 1900.

Liquors Consolidation Ordinance, 1911. Foreign Copper Coin Ordinance, 1912. Opium Ordinance, 1914.

Post Office Amendment Ordinance, 1915. Importation and Exportation Ordinance,

1915.

Pharmacy and Poisons Ordinance, 1916. Tobacco Ordinance, 1916.

HONGKONG.

No. 3 OF 1917.

I assent to this Ordinance.

LS

F. H. MAY,

Governor.

16th March, 1917.

An Ordinance to amend the Interpretation

Ordinance, 1911.

[16th March, 1917.]

Short title

tion.

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 Interpretation and construc- Amendment Ordinance, 1917. and shall be read and construed as one with the Interpretation Ordinance, 1911, hereinafter called the Principal Ordinance, and the said Ordinance and this Ordinance may be cited together as the Interpretation Ordinances, 1911 and 1917.

Ordinance No. 31 of 1911.

Repeal of Ordinance No. 31 of 1911, s. 9, and substi- tution of new section.

2. Section 9 of the Principal Ordinance is repealed and the following section is substituted therefor:

Exercise of statutory powers between pas- sing and com- mencement

of Ordinance. 52 & 53 Vict., c. 63, s. 37.

9. Where an Ordinance confers power to make any appointment, to make, grant, or issue any instrument, that is to say, any Order in Council, order, warrant, scheme, letters patent, rules, regulations, or by-laws, to give notices, to prescribe forms, or to do any other thing for the purposes of the Ordi- nance, that power may, unless the con- trary intention appears, be exercised at any time after the passing of the Ordi- nance, so far as may be necessary or expedient for the purpose of bringing the Ordinance into operation at the date of the commencement thereof, subject to this restriction, that any

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instrument made under the power shall not, unless the contrary intention appears in the Ordinance, or the con- trary is necessary for bringing the Ordinance into operation, come into operation until the Ordinance comes into operation.

3. The definitions of "Revenue officer " and "Excise Amendment officer in section 39 of the Principal Ordinance are repealed.

of Ordinance No. 31 of 1911, s. 39, B: "Revenue

Passed the Legislative Council of Hongkong, this 15th officer" day of March, 1917.

"Excise officer ".

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

Assented to by His Excellency the Governor, the 16th

day of March, 1917.

CLAUD SEVEKN,

Colonial Secretary.

HONGKONG.

No. 4 OF 1917.

LS

I assent to this Ordinance.

F. H. MAY, Governor.

16th March, 1917.

An Ordinance to make such provisions as are necessary to enable the Anglo-Portuguese Commercial Treaty to come into force as regards the Colony of Hongkong.

[16th March, 1917.]

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 Anglo-Portu- Short title. guese Commercial Treaty Ordinance, 1917.

2. The description "port" or "madeira" applied to Meaning of any wine or other liquor, other than wine the produce "port" and of Portugal and the island of Madeira respectively, shall "madeira be deemed to be a false trade description within the as applied meaning of the Merchandise Marks Ordinance, 1890, and that Ordinance shall have effect accordingly:

to wine.

5 Geo. 5, c. 1, s. 1.

Provided that it shall be a good defence to any pro- Ordinance ceedings under that Ordinance in respect of such a des- No. 4 of cription as aforesaid if it is proved-

(a) that the wine or other liquor to which the description is applied is intended solely for exportation from the Colony; or

(b) in the case of any wine or other liquor sold or exposed for or kept in possession for sale within twelve months after the passing of this Ordinance, that the description applied thereto was lawfully so applied before the passing of this Ordinance.

Passed the Legislative Council of Hongkong, this 15th day of March, 1917.

1890.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils,

Assented to by His Excellency the Governor, the 16th

day of March, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

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Short title.

Interpreta- tion.

Damaging or endangering forests, etc., by fire.

HONGKONG.

No. 5 OF 1917.

LS

I assent to this Ordinance.

F. H. MAY,

Governor.

16th March, 1917.

An Ordinance to make provision for the better protection of forests, forest reserves, and plantations from fire.

[16th March, 1917.]

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 Forest Fires Prevention Ordinance, 1917.

2. In this Ordinance :-

"Forest ""

means any area of Crown land thickly covered with self-grown trees.

"Forest Reserve" means any area of Crown laud reserved for forestry purposes, other than a forest or a plantation.

""

"Plantation means any area of Crown land which

has been planted with trees or shrubs.

3. Every person who shall wilfully or negligently set fire to any thing, whether growing or not, in or near any forest, forest reserve, or plantation, in such a manner as to damage or endanger any other thing which is growing in any forest, forest reserve, or plantation, shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding $100.

Passed the Legislative Council of Hongkong, this 15th day of March, 1917.

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

Assented to by His Excellency the Governor, the 16th

day of March, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

HONGKONG.

No. 6 or 1917.

I assent to this Ordinance.

LS

F. H. MAY, Governor.

16th March, 1917.

An Ordinance to make further provision for the protection of trees on Crown land and other Crown property from wilful damage.

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[16th March, 1917.]

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 Crown Land Short title. Preservation Ordinance, 1917.

quiry.

2. If at any time it shall be shown to the satisfaction of Power to the Governor that trees or growing plants on Crown land order en- have been felled, cut, burned, or otherwise damaged or destroyed, or that any wilful or wanton damage has been done on Crown land, and that there is reason to believe that such damage or destruction was committed by any of the inhabitants of any village or area, it shall be lawful for the Governor to order that a court of inquiry shall be held at or near the said village or in or near the said area.

3. In the case of villages or areas in the New Terri- Composition tories the court of enquiry shall consist of the District of court of Officer or Assistant District Officer and the Superintendent enquiry. of the Botanical and Forestry Department, and in all other cases it shall consist of the Secretary for Chinese Affairs or any Assistant to the Secretary for Chinese Affairs and the Superintendent of the Botanical and Forestry Depart-

ment.

4. The said court shall hold the enquiry in public and Proceedings shall afford to all persons who may be adversely affected of court of full opportunity of being heard in their defence.

enquiry.

Powers of court of

5. For the purposes of any such enquiry the said court shall have all the powers and privileges which under the Commissioners Powers Ordinance, 1886, are or may be enquiry. conferred on commissioners appointed thereunder.

Ordinance No. 13 of 1886.

6. On the completion of the enquiry the court shall Report to be report to the Governor as to whether in their opinion the made to damage or destruction was caused by the inhabitants of Governor. any village or area.

7. It shall be lawful for the Governor in Council upon Power of consideration of such report to order that a fine shall be Governor in imposed on the said village or on such area as he shall Council to prescribe.

impose fine.

8.--(1.) Every such fine shall be apportioned by the Incidence Colonial Treasurer among all the owners of land in the and method said village or area prescribed, in the manner specified in of levying sub-section (2) of this section, according to the amount of Crown rent or village rent payable by such owners respectively.

(2.) In the New Territories the Colonial Treasurer shall apportion the fine among all the persons whose names appear on the Crown rent roll for the said village or area, and elsewhere in the Colony among all the persons whose names appear either on the Crown rent roll or on the village rent roll for the said village or area.

(3.) The amounts so apportioned shall in each case be a first charge on the land in respect of which the Crown rent or village rent upon which the apportionment was based is payable.

(4.) The amounts so apportioned shall be recoverable from the respective owners whose names appear on the Crown rent roll or village rent roll respectively in the same manner in all respects as Crown rent is recoverable.

(5.) It shall be lawful for the Governor in Council in his discretion to remit the payment of any amount so apportioned in the case of any owner of land in the said village or area who was not resident in the said village or area at the time when the damage or destruction occurred or who was not a party to such damage or destruction,

fine.

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Retrospec-

9. This Ordinance shall also apply to every case of such

tive effect of damage or destruction which has occurred in the New

Ordinance.

Repeal of Ordinance No. 10 of 1910.

Territories since the first day of January, 1916.

10. The Crown Land Preservation Ordinance, 1910, is repealed.

Passed the Legislative Council of Hongkong, this 15th day of March, 1917.

A. G. M. FLetcher,

Clerk of Councils.

Assented to by His Excellency the Governor, the 16th

day of March, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

HONGKONG.

No. 7 OF 1917.

I assent to this Ordinance.

LS

F. H. MAY,

Governor.

Short title and con- struction. Ordinance No. 4 of 1903.

Partial re- peal of Or- dinance No.

4 of 1903.

16th March, 1917.

An Ordinance to repeal in part the Malay

States Extradition Ordinance, 1903.

[16th March, 1917.].

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 Malay States Extradition Amendment Ordinance, 1917, and shall be read and construed as one with the Malay States Extradi- tion Ordinance, 1903.

2. The Malay States Extradition Ordinance, 1903, is hereby repealed in so far as it applies to the States of Perak, Selangor, Pahang, Negri Sembilan, Kelantan, Kedali, and Perlis.

Passed the Legislative Council of Hongkong, this 15th day of March, 1917.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

Assented to by His Excellency the Governor, the 16th

day of March, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 16, 1917.

HONGKONG.

No. 8 OF 1917.

I assent to this Ordinance.

F. H. MAY,

LS

Governor.

16th March, 1917.

An Ordinance to amend the Pharmacy and

Poisons Ordinance, 1916.

[16th March, 1917.]

Be it enacted by the Governor of Hongkong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:

and con- struction.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Pharmacy and Short title Poisons Amendment Ordinance, 1917, and shall be read and construed as one with the Pharmacy and Poisons Ordinance, 1916, hereinafter called the Principal Ordi- Ordinance nance, and this Ordinance and the said Ordinance may be cited together as the Pharmacy and Poisons Ordinances, 1916 and 1917.

No. 9 of 1916.

of Ordinance

2. Section 16 of the Principal Ordinance is amended Amendment by the deletion of the words "in respect of which an No. 9 of offence has been committed" in the sixth and seventh 1916, s. 16. lines thereof, and by the substitution therefor of the words "if any offence has been committed in respect of such poison or syringe or other appliance".

of Ordinance

3. Section 18 of the Principal Ordinance is amended Amendment by the substitution of the word " place" for the word

premises" in the fifth line thereof.

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No. 9 of 1916, s. 18.

Amendment

" of Ordinance

No. 9 of

4. Sub-section (1) of section 19 of the Principal Ordi- nance is amended by the substitution of the word "place for the word "premises" in the first line of paragraph (b) thereof.

1916, s. 19.

5. Section 21 of the Principal Ordinance is amended as Amendment follows:-

of Ordinance No. 9 of

(a) by the deletion of the words "in respect of 1916, s. 2k,

which an offence has been committed" in the eighth and ninth lines thereof and by the substitution therefor of the words "and that an offence has been committed in respect of such poison or syringe or other appliance"; (b) by the deletion of the words "dwelling house, shop, building" in the fourth line of paragraph (a) of sub-section (1) thereof

;

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"

(c) by the insertion of the words or designated

after the word "named in paragraph (c) of sub-section (1) thereof;

(d) by the deletion of the words "in respect of which an offence has been committed" in the eleventh and twelfth lines of sub-section (3) thereof, and by the substitution therefor of the words "and that an offence has been committed in respect of such poison or syringe or other appliance".

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Amendment

66

6. Sub-section (1) of section 23 of the Principal Or- of rdinance dinance is amended by the insertion of the words of ship, not being or having the status of a ship of war," after the word " place" in the eleventh line thereof.

No. 9 of

1916, s. 23

Passed the Legislative Council of Hongkong, this 15th day of March, 1917.

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

Assented to by His Excellency the Governor, the 16th day of March, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colanial Secretary,

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 96.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to nominate, under the provisions of Statute 4 of the University Ordinance, 1911, (Ordinance No. 10 of 1911), Mr. Ho KWONG to be a Member of the Court of the University of Hongkong for a term of three years, with effect from the 16th March, 1917, vice Mr. Ho Fook who has become a Life Member of the said Court.

16th March, 1917.

No. 97. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mrs. DORA AUBREY to act as First Assistant Superintendent and Miss PHOEBE MAY to act as Second Assistant Superintendent in the Botanical and Forestry Department, with effect from the 15th March, 1917.

16th March, 1917.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 98. 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.

HEWLITT, ARTHUR GEORGE.

HOLLINGSWORTH, ARNOLD HACKNEY.

HOOPER, AUGUSTUS SHELTON, JACKMAN, HENRY THOMAS.

JAFFÉ, DANIEL.

KEIGWIN, ARCHER DAVE.

16th March, 1917.

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.

Ross, LESLIE OWEN.

ROSSER, FREDERICK ENDELL.

SAMY, ARTHUR Poonoo.

WARREN, CHARLES.

WEASER, WILLIAM LIONEL WREFORD.

WILSON, GEORGE LEOPOLD.

WOOD, ERNEST MARSHALL.

WOOD, GERALD GEORGE. WRIGHT, ARTHUR EDGAR. XAVIER, ISIDORE MICHAEL.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

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Amendment

66

6. Sub-section (1) of section 23 of the Principal Or- of rdinance dinance is amended by the insertion of the words of ship, not being or having the status of a ship of war," after the word " place" in the eleventh line thereof.

No. 9 of

1916, s. 23

Passed the Legislative Council of Hongkong, this 15th day of March, 1917.

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

Assented to by His Excellency the Governor, the 16th day of March, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colanial Secretary,

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 96.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to nominate, under the provisions of Statute 4 of the University Ordinance, 1911, (Ordinance No. 10 of 1911), Mr. Ho KWONG to be a Member of the Court of the University of Hongkong for a term of three years, with effect from the 16th March, 1917, vice Mr. Ho Fook who has become a Life Member of the said Court.

16th March, 1917.

No. 97. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mrs. DORA AUBREY to act as First Assistant Superintendent and Miss PHOEBE MAY to act as Second Assistant Superintendent in the Botanical and Forestry Department, with effect from the 15th March, 1917.

16th March, 1917.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 98. 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.

HEWLITT, ARTHUR GEORGE.

HOLLINGSWORTH, ARNOLD HACKNEY.

HOOPER, AUGUSTUS SHELTON, JACKMAN, HENRY THOMAS.

JAFFÉ, DANIEL.

KEIGWIN, ARCHER DAVE.

16th March, 1917.

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.

Ross, LESLIE OWEN.

ROSSER, FREDERICK ENDELL.

SAMY, ARTHUR Poonoo.

WARREN, CHARLES.

WEASER, WILLIAM LIONEL WREFORD.

WILSON, GEORGE LEOPOLD.

WOOD, ERNEST MARSHALL.

WOOD, GERALD GEORGE. WRIGHT, ARTHUR EDGAR. XAVIER, ISIDORE MICHAEL.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 16, 1917.

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

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No. 99.-The following notification is published for general information:--

On and after the 20th March, 1917, the light on Green Island will be extin-

guished until further orders.

The Gap Rock, Waglan, and Cape Collinson Lights may be extinguished at any time without further notice. Masters of ships are accordingly warned not to approach Hongkong except during daylight hours.

In the event of weather conditions rendering it advisable, all or any of the above

lights may be exhibited without notice.

C. W. BECKWITII, Commander, R.N.,

16th March, 1917.

Harbour Master, &c.

SUPREME COURT.

No. 100. It is hereby notified that CHAP CHEUNG SING K1 having lodged a state- ment of particulars pursuant to Section 8 of the Chinese Partnerships Ordinance, 1911, (Ordinance No. 53 of 1911), is this day registered as a Chinese partnership with the following registered partners:

Khuu Aing-thuan alias Khuu Iu-chung alias Khun Yee-chan. Sum Pak-ming alias Sum Shiu-ching, (4).

Fung Tit-pak alias Fung Kwai-wa alias Fung Kat, (1).

Leung Yan-po, (C).

Siu Ying-chau alias Siu Chung-ching, ().

Lung Sai-hing alias Lung Yui-kwong, (). Wong Pak-shan alias Wong Tsang-fai, (E). Wong Kin-hau alias Wong Iu-wa, (). Leung Hau-yau alias Leung Hung-Tsun, (*). Chu Hon-shan alias Chu Hung-cho, (4). Chan Tok-chi alias Chan Kwai, (BZ). Chan Lok-chun alias Chan Cho-fun, (BJI). Tung Pok-ng alias Tung Kai-cheung, (). Chan Tsz-kiu alias Chan Ko, (B). Leung Kan-hin alias Leung Chi-ming, (). Chan Leung-ming alias Chan Iu-ki, (B). Wong Yuk-clri alias Wong Shing, (E).

Kwan Im-hing alias Kwan Fung-iu, ().

Chan Cham-u alias Chan Ching, (BER).

Kwan Hon alias Kwan Cheung-ting, (). 翰)

13th March, 1917.

HUGH A. NISBET,

Registrar of Companies.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

   No. 101. 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.

No. 6 of 1903.

16th March,

1903.

13th March, 1917.

Jas. Hennessy and Company, Cognac in the Department of Charente in the Republic of France.

Period of Renewal.

'Class in which renewed.

16th March, 1931.

43

E. CARPMAEL, Registrar of Trade Marks.

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.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

No. 102. Roll of Midwives who have been duly certified under the Midwives

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

No.

Name.

No.

Name.

1. Yeung Pok-chan,

眞璞楊

34. Li Yau-chi,

2. Wong Shut-hing,

·卿雪黃

35. Tong Tak-tsing,

4. Li Woo-shi,

氏胡李

5. Florence Laura Everett,

36. Fung Pui-hing,

37. Yeung Chuen-yung,

智有李 貞德唐 馨佩馮 容春楊

6. Woo Wong-shi,

氏王胡

38. Lavinia Kate Rayner,.

7. Tang Chu-i,

依主鄧

39. Wong Lai-tsing,

靑麗黃

8. Wong Kok-hing,

興覺黃

40. Lam Ng-shi,.

·氏吳林

9. Wong Liu-shi,

11. Lam Ah-pi,

·氏廖黃

41. Tang Sun-sim,

·批亞林

42. Li Tsing-oi,

心信鄧 愛清李

*12. Li Ping-u,.

語平李

43. Ellen Harriet McEwen,

13. Kwoo Sun-ching,.

徵信古

14. Ho Yan-tsing,

15. Wong Chan-shi,

16. Leung Yau,

王梁

17. Wan Chi-fong,.

18. Lam Pik-lin,.

19. Chan Wai-kwan,

20. Li Yuk-young,

22. Cheung Ching-to,

23. Ngai Shui-tsing,

24. Hui Kew,

27. Kwan Pat,

25. Kong Yau-mui,

28. Kwan Shap-yat,

29. Chan Siu-hing,.

30. Chung Wong-shi,

31. Ma Leung-shi,

32. Lau Fung-ying,

33. Chan Kwai-ying,.

44. Chan Wai-ching,.

清恩何 45. Cheung Shau-chun,.

·氏陳王 *46. Sung Hoi-shan, 友

47. Fung Pui-fong.

芳芷 *48. Pun Wan-shan, 蓮碧林

49. Tsui Suk-hing,. 坤衛陳 *50. Leung Wai-lin, 容玉李 *51. Wong Ut-sim, 道貞張 52. Yue Tak-tsing, 清瑞魏 *53. Lui Ming-hang, 嬌 許 54. Sum Sau-lim, 梅友江 55. Maria Antonescu,

56. Tora Inokuchi, 57. Kisa Hara,

十關 卿少陳 58. Koma Takemoto, 氏王鍾 59. Lee Wong-sze,' 氏梁馬 60. Ho Wai-kwan,.

英鳳劉 61. Lam Kwai-mei, 英貴陳

* Government Midwives.

G. H. THOMAS,

貞偉陳

眞秀 山海宋 芳佩馮 山蘊潘 卿

鏗嗚 廉

氏王李

坤維何

薇桂林

Secretary, Midwives Board,

16th March, 1917.

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 103.-It is hereby notified that His Excellency the Governor in Council has. given directions for the rescission of the Order of the 1st September, 1916, published in the Gazette of the same date as Government Notification No. 385, proclaiming Manila to be a port or place at which an infectious or contagious disease prevailed, and the same is hereby rescinded.

No. 104. 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. JOHN ARCHIBALD SHAW be added to the List of Authorized Architects published in Government Notification No. 98 of the 16th March, 1917.

No. 105.

Regulation made by the Governor in Council under Sections 39 and 42 of the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, (Ordinance No. 10. of 1899), on the 22nd day of March, 1917.

    Regulation No. 17 in Table U is amended by renumbering the present regulation as clause (1) of Regulation No. 17, and by the addition of the following clause :-

(2.) If any of the passenger accommodation of any vessel is occupied by cargo or passengers' baggage the said allowances shall be reduced by one passenger for every seven superficial feet of space so occupied.

No. 106.

Regulation made by the Governor in Council under Section 5 (b) of the Registration of Persons Ordinance, 1916, (Ordinance No. 6 of 1916), this 22nd day of March, 1917.

Every person registered under the Registration of Persons Ordinance, 1916, who has changed his residence shall within one week thereof notify the Captain Superinten- dent of Police of such change in the form hereunder.

REGISTRATION OF PERSONS ORDINANCE, 1916.

Notice of Change of Residence.

To the Captain Superintendent of Police.

(date)

191

(Full parti- culars).

to

I hereby notify you that I have on the

changed my residence from

day of

Dated

191 .

Signature,.

THE HONGKONG, GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 23, 1917.

No. 107.

135

Order made by the Governor in Council under Section 5 (a) of the Registration of Persons Ordinance, 1916, (Ordinance No. 6 of 1916), this 22nd day of March, 1917.

The Second Schedule to the Registration of Persons Ordinance, 1916, is hereby amended by the cancellation of such schedule and the substitution therefor of the follow- ing Schedule:

Name in full

Sex...

Place of Birth.

.age..

SECOND SCHEDULE.

Single, Married or Widowed

Nationality

Whether remaining in the Colony

Local Residence ..

Profession or Occupation

Name of Employer (if any)

Business Address of Employer.

Nature of Employer's Business...

Naval, Military or Police Service (if any).

Signature.

Date...

* e.g.,

191.....

Witness

Address

"passing through ", "indefinitely", "about...

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

22nd March, 1917.

...months ".

(s. 2)

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 Postmaster General in addition to his other duties during the temporary absence of Mr. EDWARD DUDLEY CORSCADEN WOLFE or until further notice, with effect from the 23rd March, 1917.

21st March, 1917.

   No. 109. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. JOHN ERIC WOLSTON BEARD to be a temporary 2nd Lieutenant in the Cadet Company, Hongkong Volunteer Corps, with effect from the 14th March, 1917.

23rd March, 1917.

   No. 110.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under instructions from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, to recognise Monsieur ULYSSE RAPHAEL RÉAU as Consul for France in Hongkong.

23rd March, 1917.

"

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NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 111. The following Order of His Majesty the King in Council is published for general information.

AT THE COURT AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE,

THE 10TH DAY OF JANUARY, 1917.

PRESENT,

THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY.

LORD PRIVY SEAL.

SIR MAURICE DE BUNSEN..

LORD RHONDDA.

SIR FREDERICK PONSONBY. -

W

IEREAS by "The Colonial Prisoners Removal Act, 1869," it was (amongst other things) enacted that any two Colonies might, with the sanction of an Order of His Majesty in Council, agree for the removal of any prisoners under sentence or order of transportation, imprisonment, or penal servitule, from one of such Colonies to the other for the purpose of their undergoing in such other Colony the whole or any part of their punishment, and for the return of such prisoners to the former Colony at the expiration of their punishment, or at such other period as might be agreed upon, upon such terms and subject to such conditions as might seem good to the said Colonies, and that the sanction of the Order of His Majesty in Council might be obtained in the case of a Colony having a Legislative Body on an address of such Body to His Majesty, and in the case of any Colony not having a Legislative Body on an address of the Governor of such Colony, and that the Agreement of any one Colony with another should for the purposes of the said Act be testified by a writing under the hand of the Governor of such Colony :

And whereas by an Order of His Majesty The King in Council, bearing date the 12th day of August, 1915, His Majesty, by virtue and in exercise of the powers in that behalf by the Foreign Jurisdiction Acts, 1890 and 1913, or otherwise in His Majesty vested, was pleased, by and with the advice of His Privy Council, to order that the Colo- nial Prisoners Removal Act, 1869, should, from the date of the said Order, apply to the Territory of Weihaiwei, as though that Territory were, within the meaning of the said Act, a Colony not having a Legislative Body:

   And whereas au Agreement, bearing date the 29th day of July, 1916, was made by and between Our Trusty and Well-beloved Sir Francis Henry May, Knight Commander of Our Most Dintinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, Our Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and over Our Colony of Hong Kong and its Dependencies, and Our Trusty and Well-beloved Sir James Haldane Stewart Lockhart, Knight Commander of Our Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, Commissioner of the Territory of Weihaiwei on behalf of the Colony and Territory of which they were respectively Governor and Commissioner as aforesaid, respecting the removal of prisoners from Weihaiwei to Hong Kong upon certain terms and subject to certain conditions therein set forth, of which Agreement a copy is contained in the Schedule to this Order annexed:

   And whereas the said Agreement was duly testified by writing under the hand of the said Governor and Commissioner respectively:

   And whereas addresses have been received by His Majesty from the Legislative Council of the said Colony of Hong Kong, and from the said Commissioner of Weihaiwei, respectively, praying that His Majesty will be graciously pleased to sanction the said Agreement by an Order of His Majesty in Council to be made under the said Colonial Prisoners Removal Act, 1869 :

   Now, therefore, His Majesty, in pursuance and exercise of the powers vested in His Majesty by the said Act of Parliament, doth, by this present Order, by and with the advice of His Privy Council, declare His sanction to the said Agreement.

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  And the Right Honourable Walter Hume Long, one of His Majesty's Principal Secre- taries of State, is to give the necessary directions herein accordingly.

J. C. LEDLIE.

SCHEDULE.

  Agreement made the 29th day of July, 1916, between His Excellency Sir Francis Henry May, K.C.M.G., Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hong Kong and its Dependencies, for and on behalf of the Government of the said Colony, (hereinafter called the Governor), of the one part, and His Honour Sir James Haldane Stewart Lock- hart, K.C.M.G., Commissioner of Weihaiwei, for and on behalf of the Government of Weihaiwei, (hereinafter called the Commissioner), of the other part.

  Whereas by Section 4 of the Colonial Prisoners Removal Act, 1869, it is provided, inter alia, that any two Colonies may with the sanction of an Order of His Majesty in Council agree for the removal of any prisoners under sentence or order of transportation imprisonment or penal servitude from one of such Colonies to the other for the purpose of undergoing in such Colony the whole or any part of their punishment, and for the return of such prisoners to the former Colony at the expiration of their punishment or at such other period as may be agreed upon, upon such terms and subject to such conditions as may seem good to such Colonies:

  And whereas by an Order of His Majesty in Council of the 12th August, 1915, the said Colonial Prisoners Removal Act, 1869, was made to apply to Weihaiwei:

  And whereas it is desired by and between the parties hereto, in pursuance of the powers vested in them respectively, to make arrangements for the removal from time to time of prisoners from Weihaiwei to Hong Kong:

Now it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties hereto as follows:-

(1) Any prisoners at Weihaiwei under sentence or order of transportation, impri- sonment, or penal servitude, may be removed from Weihaiwei to Hong Kong for the purpose of their undergoing in Hong Kong the whole or any part of their punishment. Provided that the Gaol accommodation at Hong Kong is sufficient and not unduly taxed thereby.

(2) The Governor shall have power if at any time the Gaol accommodation is deemed by him to be insufficient, or is likely to be unduly taxed, to decline to accept any prisoner or prisoners in any particular instance. (3) At the expiration or sooner termination of the period of their punishment the said prisoners shall be returned to Weihaiwei by order under the hand of the Governor.

(4) The whole of the expense of the prisoners' removal to, maintenance in, and return from, Hong Kong shall be borne by the Government of Weihaiwei. This Agreement shall receive, and shall be deemed to be in force imme-

diately upon, the sanction of an Order of His Majesty in Council.

Signed by His Excellency Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY, K.C.M.G., for and on behalf of the

Government of the Colony of Hong Kong, in the presence of

R. O. HUTCHISON,

F. KINCHIN SMITH, P.S.

Witnesses.

F. H. MAY.

Signed by the Commissioner His Honour Sir JAMES HALDANE STEWART LOCKHART, K.C.M.G.,

for and on behalf of the Government of Weihaiwei, in the presence of

H. P. WILKINSON.

E. A. SLY.

J. H. STEWART LOCKHART.

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No. 112.

Regulations made by His Excellency the Governor relating to the collection and communication of naval and military information and to the spreading of false or prejudicial reports.

CENSORSHIP REGULATIONS, 1917.

In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-clause I (a) of clause III of the Order of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria in Council dated the 26th day of October, 1896, as enacted by the Order of His Majesty in Council dated the 21st day of March, 1916, which Orders were brought into operation in the Colony by Proclamations dated the 5th day of August, 1914, and the 12th day of May, 1916, respectively, His Excellency the Governor is pleased to make the following regulations:-

against

cating naval

the Realm

1.--(1.) No person shall without lawful authority collect, record, publish, Prohibition or communicate, or attempt to elicit, any information with respect to the move- obtaining or ment, numbers, description, condition, or disposition of any of the forces, ships, communi- or aircraft of His Majesty or any of His Majesty's allies, or with respect to the or military plans or conduct, or supposed plans or conduct, of any naval or military opera- information. tions by any such forces, ships, or aircraft, or with respect to the supply, des- Defence of cription, condition, transport, or manufacture or storage or place or intended Regulations, place of manufacture or storage of war material, or with respect to any works Reg. No. 18. or measures undertaken for or connected with, or intended for the fortification or defence of any place, or any information of such a nature as is calculated to be or might be directly or indirectly useful to the enemy, and if any person contravenes the provisions of this regulation, or without lawful authority or excuse has in his possession any document containing any such information as aforesaid, he shall be guilty of an offence against these regulations.

(2.) No person shall without lawful authority publish or communicate any information relating to the arrival, departure or presence in the waters of the Colony of any ship, and if any person publishes or communicates any such information in contravention of this provision he shall be guilty of an offence against these regulations.

(3.) For the purposes of this regulation the expression "ships of His Ma- jesty or of any of His Majesty's Allies" includes ships engaged in the service of His Majesty or of any of His Majesty's Allies.

2.-(1.) No person shall by word of mouth or in writing or in any news- Prohibition paper, periodical, book, circular, or other printed publication :

against spreading

of false or prejudicial

against

(a) spread false reports or make false statements; or (b) spread reports or make statements intended or likely to cause dis- reports and affection to His Majesty or to interfere with the success of His prejudicial Majesty's forces or of the forces of any of His Majesty's Allies by ances or land or sea or to prejudice His Majesty's relations with foreign exhibitions.

powers; or

perform-

Defence of the Realm

(c) spread reports or make statements intended or likely to prejudice Regulations, the recruiting, training, discipline, or administration of any of Reg. No. 27. His Majesty's forces or the discipline of any police force; or

(d) spread reports or make statements intended or likely to undermine public confidence in any bank or currency notes which are legal tender in the Colony; or

(e) spread reports or make statements intended or likely to promote feelings of enmity and hatred between different classes of His Majesty's subjects;

and no person shall produce any performance on any stage or exhibit any picture or cinematograph film or commit any act which is intended or likely to cause any such disaffection interference or prejudice as aforesaid, and if any person contravenes any of the above provisions he shall be guilty of an offence against these regulations.

No. IV of

Indian Act 1915, s. 2 (1) (e).

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(2.) If any person without lawful authority or excuse has in his possession or on premises in his occupation or under his control any document containing a report or statement the publication of which would be a contravention of the foregoing provisions of this regulation, he shall be guilty of an offence against these regulations, unless he proves that he did not know and had no reason to suspect that the document contained any such report or statement, or that he had no intention of transmitting or circulating the document or distributing copies thereof to or amongst other persons either within or without the Colony.

search in

offence.

139

Regulations, Reg. No. 51.

3. The Captain Superintendent of Police, or any person duly authorised Power of by him, if he has reason to suspect that any offence against these regulations is case of being or has been committed in or on any house, building, land, vehicle, suspected vessel, aircraft, or other premises, may enter, if need be by force, the house, Defence of building, land, vehicle, vessel, aircraft, or premises at any time of the day or the Realm night, and examine, search, and inspect the same or any part thereof, and may seize anything found therein with respect to which any offence against these regulations may appear to have been committed (including, where a report or statement in contravention of Regulation 1 or Regulation 2 of these regulations has appeared in any newspaper or other printed publication, any type or other plant used or capable of being used for the printing or production of the news- paper or other publication), and the Governor may order anything so seized to be destroyed or otherwise disposed of. The Captain Superintendent of Police, or any person duly authorised by him, may also seize anything which may appear to be evidence of any such offence.

search in

offence.

Regulations,

Reg. No. 51a.

 4.--(1.) If a magistrate is satisfied by information in writing upon oath Power of laid before him by the Captain Superintendent of Police or any person duly case of authorised by him, that any document containing any information, report or contemplated statement, the publication whereof would be an offence against Regulation 1 Defence of or Regulation 2 of these regulations, is about to be issued for publication or the Realm dispersion from, or that copies thereof are upon, any premises, or that prepara- tions are being made on any such premises for the publication of any such infor- mation, report, or statement, the magistrate may issue a warrant authorising any European police officer to enter, at any time, and if need be by force, and search the premises and to seize any such document, and any written or printed copies thereof, and any type or other appliance which has been or is being used or is intended to be used or is in a condition adapted for use in the production of such copies and bring them before a magistrate.

 (2.) The magistrate before whom they are brought may issue a summons calling upon the owner to show cause why the articles so seized should not be destroyed, and if the owner does not appear in obedience to the summons, or if upon appearance he does not satisfy the magistrate that the articles in question are not of such a character or so adapted as in this regulation herein- before mentioned, the magistrate may order them to be destroyed or otherwise disposed of, and in any other case shall order them to be restored after the expiration of seven clear days to the owner.

 (3.) For the purposes of this regulation a summons shall be deemed to be duly served if addressed to the owner of the articles without further name or description, and left at or sent by registered post to the premises on which the articles were seized.

 5. Any person who acts in contravention of these regulations, or who is Arrest. reasonably suspected of having so acted, may be taken into custody by any police officer.

 6. Any person charged with having committed an offence against these Trial, regulations shall be tried before a magistrate, or on indictment, or by court- martial, according as the Governor may direct, and in the absence of any such direction such person shall be tried before a magistrate.

 7. The following penalties may be inflicted in respect of offences against Penalties. these regulations :---

(a) by a magistrate, imprisonment with or without hard labour for a term not exceeding six months, or a fine not exceeding $800, or

both such imprisonment and fine;

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(b) on indictment, or by court-martial, imprisonment for life with or without hard labour, or any less punishment, or, in the case of offences where intention of assisting the enemy is proved, death or any less punishment.

abetting.

Defence of

8. Any person who attempts to commit, or procures aids or abets, or does Aiding and any act preparatory to, the commission of, any act prohibited by these regula- tions, or harbours any person whom he knows, or has reasonable grounds for supposing, to have acted in contravention of these regulations, shall be guilty Regulations, of an offence against these regulations.

the Realm

Reg. No. 48.

9. No prosecution shall be instituted under these regulations except with Consent of the consent of the Attorney General:

    Provided that such consent shall not be necessary before the execution of any search or arrest or before the issue of any warrant.

Attorney General.

10. These regulations may be cited as the Censorship Regulations, 1917. Title.

No. 113. The revised lists of persons to. whom articles to be exported to China and Siam may be consigned, which were published as Notification No. 28, and amended by Notifications No. 29, No. 40, No. 53, and No. 66, published in the Gazettes of January 26th, and February 9th, 16th, and 23rd, 1917, respectively, are hereby further amended as follows:-

Add the following names :---

China.

China & Java Export Co., Shanghai.

Hogg & Co., Canton.

Kwong Tung Ice Co., Ltd.

McDermid Bros.

McDermid, R. R.

Melvani & Co., P. D., Canton.

Patel, J. B., Canton.

Straits & China Textile Co., Ltd., Shanghai.

Union Trading Co., Canton.

Wo Sang, Canton.

Siam.

Osawa & Co., J., Bangkok.

23rd March, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

SUPREME COURT.

    No. 114.--Under Section 16 of the Companies Amendment Ordinance, 1913, it is hereby notified for general information that, in addition to those already notified, the following person has made application to be appointed auditor for the purposes of the Companies Ordinances, 1911-1915, and that he is, in my opinion, qualified to perform the duties required by the said Ordinance to be performed by an auditor:----

WALTER GRAY.

17th March, 1917.

HUGH A. NISBET,

Registrar of Companies.

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(b) on indictment, or by court-martial, imprisonment for life with or without hard labour, or any less punishment, or, in the case of offences where intention of assisting the enemy is proved, death or any less punishment.

abetting.

Defence of

8. Any person who attempts to commit, or procures aids or abets, or does Aiding and any act preparatory to, the commission of, any act prohibited by these regula- tions, or harbours any person whom he knows, or has reasonable grounds for supposing, to have acted in contravention of these regulations, shall be guilty Regulations, of an offence against these regulations.

the Realm

Reg. No. 48.

9. No prosecution shall be instituted under these regulations except with Consent of the consent of the Attorney General:

    Provided that such consent shall not be necessary before the execution of any search or arrest or before the issue of any warrant.

Attorney General.

10. These regulations may be cited as the Censorship Regulations, 1917. Title.

No. 113. The revised lists of persons to. whom articles to be exported to China and Siam may be consigned, which were published as Notification No. 28, and amended by Notifications No. 29, No. 40, No. 53, and No. 66, published in the Gazettes of January 26th, and February 9th, 16th, and 23rd, 1917, respectively, are hereby further amended as follows:-

Add the following names :---

China.

China & Java Export Co., Shanghai.

Hogg & Co., Canton.

Kwong Tung Ice Co., Ltd.

McDermid Bros.

McDermid, R. R.

Melvani & Co., P. D., Canton.

Patel, J. B., Canton.

Straits & China Textile Co., Ltd., Shanghai.

Union Trading Co., Canton.

Wo Sang, Canton.

Siam.

Osawa & Co., J., Bangkok.

23rd March, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

SUPREME COURT.

    No. 114.--Under Section 16 of the Companies Amendment Ordinance, 1913, it is hereby notified for general information that, in addition to those already notified, the following person has made application to be appointed auditor for the purposes of the Companies Ordinances, 1911-1915, and that he is, in my opinion, qualified to perform the duties required by the said Ordinance to be performed by an auditor:----

WALTER GRAY.

17th March, 1917.

HUGH A. NISBET,

Registrar of Companies.

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  No. 115.--It is hereby notified that by command of His Excellency the Governor and pursuant to the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, (Ordinance No. 1 of 1903), an election will take place at the City Hall on Tuesday, the 3rd day of April, 1917, commencing at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, for the purpose of enabling the electors to nominate a member to serve on the Sanitary Board in the place of PHILIP WALLACE GOLDRING, Esquire, an elected member of the said Board, who has resigned.

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 sec- tion 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; medical practitioners; dentists in actual practice in the Colony; persons registered under the Pharmacy Ordi- nance, 1908; clergymen of the Church of England, Roman Catholic priests, ministers of any congregation of Protestant dissenters or of Jews functioning in the Colony; masters of any school, other than a verna- cular school, in the Colony; professors, lecturers and other academic officers of the University of Hongkong; 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 pre- viously 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 (Government Notification No. 1 of 4th January, 1909).

  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.

HUGH A. NISBET, Registrar.

21st March, 1917.

No. 13.

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SNA

Vol. LXIII.

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MON DROIT

The Hongkong Government Gazette

Extraordinary.

Published by Authority.

SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1917.

The following Notification is published,

By command,

CLAUD SEVERN, Colonial Secretary.

NOTICES.

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 116. It is hereby notified that the Gap Rock, Waglan, and Cape Collinson Lights will be extinguished on and after the 31st March, 1917. Masters of ships are accordingly warned not to approach Hongkong except during daylight hours nor to enter the swept channel before 7.30 a.m.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N., Harbour Master, &c.

24th March, 1917.

Printed and Published by NORONHA & COFPrinters to the Hongkong Government.

VIRTUS

GKONG.

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DESPATCHES FROM THE SECRETARY OF STATE.

No. 117.

CIRCULAR.

DOWNING STREET,

31st January, 1917.

SIR,-I have the honour to transmit to you, for your information, the accompanying copies of Army Council Instructions and Army Orders which have been issued in regard to return passages to places abroad, for officers on retirement, demobilization, or termina- tion of contract, and for discharged soldiers.

I have, &c.,

WALTER H. LONG.

The Officer Administering the Government of

HONGKONG.

ARMY COUNCIL INSTRUCTION.

No. 902 OF 1916.

WAR OFFICE,"

30th April, 1916.

RETURN PASSAGES TO PLACES ABROAD FOR OFFICERS ON RETIREMENT,

DEMOBIĻIZATION, OR TERMINATION OF CONTRACT.

  1. When an officer or individual resident abroad who proceeded to this country after the declaration of war and rejoined or was given a commission in the British Army either direct or after a period of service in the ranks desires to return to the place whence he came at the public expense, he should apply to the War Office for return passage.

  The application should give full particulars of destination, and should be accom- panied by a certificate that this is the place whence he came, and by a statement showing whether he is prepared to embark by the first available opportunity. Application for passage should not be made too long in advance.

  First-class accommodation will be provided in all cases except as stated in para. 3, or where a lower class has been agreed upon at the commencement of the individual's employment.

  2. The right to such passage must be exercised within six months of the date of retirement, demobilization, or completion of contract, except for reasons of ill health, when passage may be deferred until the officer is medically fit to embark."

  3. (a) Those whose services are terminated on account of misconduct, and (b) those who voluntarily resign their commissions before the end of the war will forfeit right to return passage. Exceptional cases will, however, be considered by the War Office when, if granted, passages under (a) will be second class, and under (b) first class.

  4. This concession will apply only to officers, other than those granted honorary commissions only, who have been employed or re-employed for the period of the war, the intention being to send back those who have left their homes to give temporary service during the present emergency.

By Command of the Army Council,

R. W. MEADE.

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ARMY COUNCIL INSTRUCTION.

No. 1932 OF 1916.

WAR OFFICE,

Sth October, 1916.

RETURN PASSAGES TO PLACES ABROAD FOR OFFICERS ON RETIREMENT,

DEMORILIZATION OR TERMINATION OF CONTRACT.

   Cases have arisen in which officers entitled under A.C.I. 902 of 1916 to return passage at the public expense to the place whence they came have made their own arrange- ments and then applied to the War Office for the issue of a money allowance in lieu. It is notified for general information that applications for return passage must be made in writing to the Secretary, War Office, and that officers making private arrangements do so at their own risk, and are liable to forfeit right to claim any refund of amount of

cost.

By Command of the Army Council,

13 Gen. No. 4377.

R. W. MEADE.

A. O. No. 300 OF 1915.

INSTRUCTIONS AS TO RETURN PASSAGES TO PLACES ABROAD FOR DISCHARGED SOLDIERS,

1. When a warrant officer, non-commissioned officer, or man who proceeded from abroad after the declaration of war and enlisted in the British Army, is being discharged and is desirous of returning to the place whence he came, application should be made by his commanding officer to the officer in charge of records who will apply to the War Office for return passage on Army Form A 19, when necessary, giving full particulars of destination, and stating whether the applicant is prepared to embark by the first avail- able opportunity. Application for passage should not be made too long in advance.

2. The officer in charge of records should, as far as possible, satisfy himself that the applicant is returning to the place whence he came before enlistment:

3. The right to such passage must be exercised within six months of the date of discharge.

4. Application for passage after discharge should be made direct to the officer in charge of records.

5. These instructions will also apply to army reservists who rejoined the colours. from abroad on mobilization.

19 Misc. 1370.

A. O. No. 40 of 1916.

INSTRUCTIONS AS TO RETURN PASSAGES TO PLACES ABROAD FOR DISCHARGED SOLDIERS, PROMULGATED BY ARMY ORDER 300 of 1915.

Insert new paragraph-

6. Return passages for those discharged for misconduct, or as aliens, will not be pro- vided without War Office approval.

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No. 118.

CIRCULAR.

DOWNING STREET,

22nd January, 1917.

   SIR, I have the honour to transmit to you, for your information, the accompanying copy of an Act passed in the last Session of Parliament placing restrictions on the trade use of the word "Anzac."'

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I have, &c.,

WALTER H. LONG.

The Officer Administering the Government of

HONGKONG.

CHAPTER 51.

A.D. 1916. An Act to prohibit the use of the word Anzac in connection with any trade,

business, calling, or profession.

Prohibition

of the use of the word

Anzac in

Connection

with any trade, &c.

Short title and com- mencement.

BE

[18th December, 1916.]

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:

1.--(1.) As from the commencement of this Act it shall not be lawful to use in connection with any trade, business, calling, or profession the word "Anzac,

or any word closely resembling that word, without the authority of a Secretary of State, given on the request of the Government of the Com- monwealth of Australia or of the Dominion of New Zealand, and this prohibition shall apply notwithstanding that such word forms part of any trade mark, or of the name of any company or society or other body, which has been registered before the passing of this Act.

(2.) If any person acts in contravention of this Act he shall be guilty of an offence against this Act, and liable on conviction under the Summary Jurisdic- tion Acts to a fine not exceeding ten pounds, or in the case of a second or subsequent conviction not exceeding one hundred pounds; and when a com- pany or society is guilty of any such contravention, without prejudice to the liability of the company or society, every director, manager, secretary, or other officer of the company or society who is knowingly a party to the contravention, shall be guilty of an offence against this Act and liable to the like penalty.

2. This Act may be cited as the "Anzac "

                  (Restriction on Trade Use of Word) Act, 1916, and shall come into operation at the expiration of three months from the passing thereof.

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 119.

Order made by the Governor in Council under Sub-section (2) of Section 3 of the Trading with the Enemy (Extension of Powers) Ordinànce, 1916, (Ordinance No. 4 of 1916), on the 29th day of March, 1917.

The list which was published in the Gazette of the 21st July, 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, No. 3, and which was amended by the lists published in the Gazettes of the 4th, 18th and 25th August, 1st, 15th and 22nd September, 6th, 20th and 27th October, 17th November, 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th December, 1916, 5th, 19th and 26th January, 2nd and 23rd February, and 2nd and 16th March, 1917, is hereby further amended by the variation and addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto :-

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

SCHEDULE.

Additions to List.

ARGENTINA AND URUGUAY.

Aust, Alfonso, Calle San Martin 345 and Calle Suarez

1921, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Carriguy, E. R., Casilla 51, Defensa 542, and P. Men-

doza 3457, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Cruz Alta, Ingenio Azucarero Germano Argentino,

Tucuman, Argentina.

Estrader, Pedro, Calle Salsipuedes 231, Montevideo,

Uruguay.

Hansa Mining Company ("Hansa" Sociedad Anonima

de Minas), Calle Maipu 463, Buenos Aires, and Concaran, San Luis, Argentina.

Lindwedel, Schreyer & Company. Calle Venezuela 131 and Calle Azopardo 467, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Lübeck, Servos & Company, Calle Uruguay 769 and

Calle Rincon 522, Montevideo, Uruguay.

Sturzenegger, Alfredo & Jorge, Calle Sarandi 366,

Montevideo, Uruguay.

Szulc & Raedler, Calle Florida 1430, Montevideo, Uruguay. Torviso, Ricart, & Company, Calle General Mitre 643,

Rosario, Argentina.

BOLIVIA.

Diaz Hijos, y Cia., Sucre and Potosi. Lazcano, Alejandro, Sucre.

Moerch, Bauer & Company, Sucre and Potosi. Schutte, (partner of Morales, Bertram & Company),

Sucre. Villalabos, Moises J., La Paz.

BRAZIL.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

Behrensworf (Viuva de F.) & Company, Rua Volun-

tarios da Patria. Porto Alegre, and Pelotas.

Boschen, Carlos, & Company, Rio de Janeiro. Costa, Rua da Alfandega 60, Rio de Janeiro. Gins, Adolf, Porto Alegre.

Haupt & Company, Rua da Alfandega 60 and Rua Boa

Vista 25, Rio de Janeiro.

Hoffmeister, Witte & Company, Rua das Princezas

20, Bahia.

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2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917. 2 Feb., 1917. 2 Feb., 1917. 2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917. 2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917. 2 Feb, 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

Kauffman, J.. Rua F. de Abreu 15, Sao Paulo. Krieger, Emilio P., Rua dos Andradas 443, Porto

Alegre.

Lesinski & Company, Rua Voluntarios da Patria 401,

Porto Alegre.

Moeller, H. Theo., Rua Voluntarios da Patria 32, Porto

Alegre.

Moll, Francisco, Rio Grande do Sul.

Ohl, Paul, (partner of Seligmann & Company), Para. Reinhardt, Cesar, Becco do Rosario, Porto Alegre. Schmidt & Company, Rua Sao Bento 60, Sao Paulo. Schneider, Carl. Rua do Principe, Joinville, Sta. Catharina. Schroeder & Company, Rua 7 de Setembro, Porto

Alegre.

Sergenicht, Conrado, Rua Triumpho 10, Sao Paulo. Sperb, Carlos Albino, & Company, Rua 7 de Setembro

159, Porto Alegre.

"

Stoky, Jorge F., Rua Christovao Colombo 18, Rio de

Janeiro.

Wiedeman & Gins. Rua do Commercio, Porto Alegre. Wöbcken (Adolpho) & Krebs, Rua da Quitanda 147,

Rio de Janeiro.

CHILE.

Cabezas, A., & Company, Antofagasta. Compania Maritima Alemana, Valparaiso. Schmidt & Wehrhahn, Valparaiso.

Soria, Isidoro, Santiago.

Stanke, Alberto, San Antonio 186, Santiago; and Talca,

Concepcion and Valparaiso.

Sylvester, Hirsch, Huerfanos 975, Santiago.

2 Feb., 1917. Muñoz, Cali.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

COLOMBIA.

DENMARK.

Danske Actieseskab Continentale, Amaliegade 28,

Copenhagen.

Danske Fedtimport Kompagni, Vestergade 11, Copen-

hagen.

Krebs, Carl, Kongens Nytorv 6, Copenhagen. Norstrand, Carl, Kongens Nytorv 6, Copenhagen. Reiniger, Gebbert & Schall, A/S, Nybrogade 32, Copen-

hagen.

Voigt, Hans, Amaliegade 28 and Peder Skramsg. 19,

Copenhagen.

MOROCCO. *

Dukali, Nokhtar ben el Maati, Laraiche. Kuhlmann, Alfred, Laraiche.

Nolting, Fritz, Laraiche.

NETHERLANDS.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

Hall, H. Van der, Boompjes 109, Rotterdam. Hollandsche Verfstoffenfabriek, Vaals, near Maastricht.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

NORWAY.

Fosna Canning Company, Christiansund N. Norske Salgskontor i Hamburg, A/S, Det, Christiansund. Salgskontor i Hamburg, Det Norske, A/S, Christiansund. Sundt, Brodrene, Verktoimaskinfabrik, A/S, Lakkegt.

55/59, Christiania.

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2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917. 2 Feb., 1917. 2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb, 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917. 2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

PERU.

Arana, Eduardo, Mollendo.

Botica Inglesa (O. Wagner y Cia.), Calle Espaderos, Lima. Bustamente, Manuel J., Mollendo. Portugal, Eduardo E., Mollendo. Rathjens, Guillermo, Arequipa. Vela, Daniel.

Wagner, O. y Cia. (Botica Inglesa), Calle Espaderos,

Lima.

SPAIN.

Alonso, (see Gonzalez Alonso, Julio).

Cano, Luis, (see San José Cano, Luis). Cobreros, José, Bilbao.

Dalmau, Gaudalupe, Tarragona.

Heyser, (see Mond y Heyser, Julio).

Industrias Forb, Sociedad Anonima, Calle Lauria 104

and Calle Valencia 293, Barcelona.

Jaenicke, Alejandro, Calle Santa Rosa 4, Gijon. Lafuente, Francisco, Malaga.

Lafuente, Ricardo, Malaga.

Mond y Heyser, Julio, (late Mond & Werner), Aniceto

Saenz 11, Arrayan 25 and San Luis 42, Seville. Moritz, E. H., Calle Consejo de Ciento 325, Barcelona. Pallares, Enriqueta, Plaza Urquinaona 3, Barcelona. Perez, Viuda é Hijos de Luis, Redondela, Muros and

Villanueva de Arosa.

Prats. Alberto, Carrera de la Estacion, Caceres. Ramirez y Compania, Calle Aragon, Barcelona. Rissmann, Federico O., Calle Lauria 104 and Calle

Valencia 293, Barcelona.

Sau José Cano, (Luis) S. en C., Rambla Santa Monica

14, Barcelona.

Schutte, Alfred H., & Company, Calle Lauria 18,

Barcelona; and Calle Luchana 1, Bilbao. Weinstein, Martin, Calle Montalbán 7, Madrid.

SWEDEN.

Klingener, E., Packhuspl. 2, Gothenburg. Malmö Kylvarubolag Ishuset, St. Nyg 83, Malmö. Moritz. Julius, A/B., S. Hamngatan 19, Gothenburg. Schimmelpfeng (W.), Auskunftei, Fredsgatan 2, Stock-

holm.

Wennersten, August, Kungsgatan 56, Stockholm. Wennersten & Klingerberg, Kungsgatan 56, Stockholm.

VENEZUELA.

Redler (Otto) Sucesor & Company, Puerto Cabello and

Barquisimeto.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

Removals from List.

ARGENTINA AND URUGUAY.

Bonino, José A., Calle Rincon 456, Montevideo,

Uruguay.

Brito, Enrique, Rondeau 2126, Montevideo, Uruguay. María, Carlos de la, Montevideo, Uruguay. Panzera, Reinaldo, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Studer, J., & Company, Rua das Princezas 20, Bahia.

BRAZIL.

2 Feb., 1917.

O'Day, D. Tyne.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

MOROCCO.

Amir, Taher Ben, Laraiche. Odadiah, Joseph Brahim, Laraiche.

Soudry (Essoudry), Samuel (Soudry, Mordechai &

Elias), Laraiche.

NETHERLANDS.

2 Feb., 1917. Verhoeven, H. J. L., Reguliersgracht 28, Amsterdam.

PORTUGUESE EAST AFRICA.

2 Feb., 1917. Ferreira, Joaquim, Quelimane.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.

Merlo, Timoteo.

SPAIN.

Iturriagagoitia, Viuda é Hijo de J., Bilbao.

Lluch y Vinals, Salvador, Paseo de Gracia 51, Barcelona. Oliver, Ladislau, Barcelona.

Postigo, Manuel, Trinidad Grund 21, Malaga.

Postigo, Salvador, Trinidad Grund 21, Malaga.

Variations in List.

Corrections in the names and alterations in and additions to addresses of the persons or firms whose names were published in the United Kingdom on the respective dates shown in the margin are made as under :-

ARGENTINA AND URUGUAY.

24 Mar., 1916. Allgemeine Electricitäts Gesellschaft (Compañia Suda- mericana de Electricidad), Calle Alsina 434, Buenos Aires, and all branches in Argentina and Uruguay. 14 Apr., 1916. Pintos, Domingo Manuel, Avenida de Mayo 1402-1500,

Buenos Aires, Argentina.

BRAZIL.

2 May, 1916. Brando, Viuva Carlos, & Company, Florianopolis,

2 May, 1916.

8 Sept., 1916.

Esmeraldas Branch should read

Brando & Company, Florianopolis. Vieria de Mello, Francisco, Bahia.

ECUADOR.

14 Apr., 1916. Tagua Handels Gesellschaft, M.B.H., all branches,

14 Apr., 1916.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

Esmeraldas Branch should also read

Esmeraldas Handels Gesellschaft.

JAPAN.

Arai Tatsuji, 7 Nakayamate-dori, 5 Chome, Kobe. Etsuze Yamasaki, P.O. Box 225, Kobe.

Habu & Company, Kobe.

Kramer, H.. 315 Shimo Shibuya, Tokyo. Shohei Hirai, P.O. Box 226, Kobe.

Takeo Yamaguchi, 834 Nishi Tobemachi, Yokohama.

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22 Dec., 1916.

22 Dec., 1916.

18 July, 1916.

29 Feb., 1916.

2 Feb., 1917.

MOROCCO.

Lordjman, Haim (Jaime) V., Tangier,

should read

Tordjman, Haim (Jaime) V., Tangier.

NETHERLANDS.

Duiker, J., Weteringschans 171, Amsterdam. Schwedersky's Nachf. Memel, A. H., Gravendijk wal

100, Rotterdam.

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

Advies Bureau Voor Landbouw en Industrieele Onder-

nemingen, Sourabaya.

19 Jan., 1917. Emmerick, Van, Sourabaya.

(No connection with

Voorheen van Emmerick & Company, Sourabaya.) Pangasaman, Java.

Spiegel (H), Handel Maatschappy, Samarang. Thesing, Leo, Sourabaya.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

2 Feb., 1917.

29 Feb., 1916.

Waal, Jacob, Neuberggt. 2, Christiania.

NORWAY.

29 Feb., 1916.

29 Feb., 1916.

24 Mar., 1916.

PORTUGAL.

Cesche, E., Madeira,

should read

Gesche, E., Maderia.

Sociedade Insulana de Transportes Maritimos Ltda., Travessa da Ribeira Nova 26, Lisbon; and Funchal, Maderia.

SPAIN.

Gonzalez Alonso, Julio, Alameda de Mazarredo 1,

Bilbao,

Hartmann, Pablo, Calle Cortes 591, Barcelona; Madrid.

Valencia and Seville.

30 June, 1916.

24 Mar., 1916.

2 May, 1916.

2 May, 1916.

Otto, Maximo, Carrera San Jeronimo, Madrid.

Maximo, Otto, Carrera San Jeronimo, Madrid,

should read

  *NOTE (1).--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 Persia, Morocco or Portuguese East Africa, and consequently it is an offence to trade with any person or body of

persons of enemy nationality resident or carrying on business in Persia, 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.

  NOTE (2)-Where a firm named in the list has more than one branch in the same country, all branches in that country are held to be included in the list even in cases where no address, or of several addresses, one only is specifically mentioned.

  NOTE (3).The above additions and removals were made in the United Kingdom on the dates which appear opposite to the respective names.

NOTE (4)-Note (3) to Notification No. 72 published in the Gazette of the 2nd March, 1917, is amended as follows so far as it related to the case of Japan. The additions in that notification in the case of Japan were made in the United Kingdom on the 2nd February, 1917, and not on the 19th January, 1917. The name of S. D. Lessner was removed in the United Kingdom on the 2nd February, 1917. It is not yet known on what date the names of Kakujiro Harada and Kee Sang were removed in the United Kingdom.

  NOTE (5). It is not yet known on what date the name of Timoteo Merlo, Philippine Islands, was removed in the United Kingdom.

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No. 120.

   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 29th day of March, 1917.

   The Schedule to Rule 41 of 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, the 16th and 23rd June, the 28th July, the 18th and 25th August, the 1st, 22nd, and 29th September, the 13th, 20th, and 27th (2) October, the 17th November, and the 1st, 8th, and 15th December, 1916, the 19th January, and the 2nd March, 1917, respectively, is hereby amended as follows:--

(1) The following headings are deleted:-

Chemicals, etc., the following

(B) Alcohol methylic ;

(B) Ammonia and its salts, whether simple or com- pound (except ammonium nitrate, perchlo- rate and sulphocyanide);

(B) Amyl acetate;

(c) Anthracene oil and mixtures and preparations

containing anthracene oil;

(c) Barium sulphate;

(c) Creosote, and creosote oils (except wood tar oil) and mixtures and preparations contain- ing such creosote or creosote oils;

(c) Green oil, and mixtures and preparations con-

taining green oil;

(B) Potash salts (except potassium, chlorate, cyanide, nitrate (saltpetre), perchlorate, and permanganate) and mixtures containing such potash salts ;

(c) Fishing gear (except tackle for fishing by rod and

line);

Insulating materials the following:--

(c) Zinc barium pigments made from zinc salts

and barium sulphate;

(B) Manures, compound, containing nitrate or phosphate; All provisions and victuals which may be used as food for man, and the raw materials thereof, not otherwise prohibited, including the following:- (c) Fruit, fruit preserves (other than jam), and

nuts used as fruit;

(B) Peas (except tinued and bottled

peas,

and

peas packed in cardboard boxes or similar receptacles) of British origin;

(c) Peas (except tinned and bottled

peas,

and

peas packed in cardboard boxes or similar receptacles) of other than British origin:

Shipbuilding materials, the following:-

(B) Boiler tubes;

Silk and silk manufactures, the following:

(B) Raw silk and all threads, yarns and twists

thereof (except thrown silk undyed); (B) Tissues and fabrics of silk of all kinds and widths (including artificial silk) whether pure or mixed with other yarns or mater- ials in the grey or discharged, undyed, dyed or printed, unweighted or weighted; (c) Made-up articles of silk or artificial silk of all kinds, whether pure or mixed with other yarns or materials;

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(c) Telegraphs (except wireless), instruments and

material for (not including insulated wires and cables, the exportation of which is prohibited to all ports and destinations abroad other than ports and destinations in British Possessions and Pro- tectorates);

(B) Uniform clothing, second-hand military.

(2) The following headings are added:-

(c) Bone black;

Chemicals, etc., the following

(B) Alcohol methylic, and its esters ; (B) Ammonia and its salts, whether simple ΟΙ compound (except ammonium nitrate, perchlorate, sulphate and sulphocyanide);

(B) Amyl acetate and other amyl esters; (B) Anthracene oil, and mixtures and preparations containing anthracene oil;

(B) Barium sulphate;

(B) Creosote, and creosote oils (except wood tar oil) and mixtures and

preparations containing

creosote or creosote oils ;

such

(B) Green oil, and mixtures and prepara- tions containing green oil;

(B) l'otash, muriate of;

(B) Potash salts (except potassium chlorate. cyanide, muriate, nitrate (saltpetre), perchlorate, permanga- nate, and sulphate), and mixtures. containing such potash salts ;

(B) Potassium sulphate;

(B) Sulphate of ammonia.

(B) Zinc oxide ;

(c) Fishing gear, including tackle for fishing by

rod and line;

Insulating materials, the following

(c) Zinc barium pigments made from zinc salts and barium sulphate (except zinc oxide);

(E) Jute rags ;

(B) Manures, compound;

(B) Manures, organic;

(B) Pegs, wooden, suitable for use in the manufac-

ture of boots and shoes;

Provisions and victuals which may be used as food for man, and the raw materials thereof, not otherwise prohibited, including the following:

(c) Dates ;

(c) Fruit (except dates), fruit preserves (other than jam), and nuts used as fruit;

(c) Ginger, preserved ;

(B) Peas of all kinds, of British origin; (c) Peas of all kinds, of other than British

origin;

(c) Pickles and vegetables preserved in

salt or vinegar;

(c) Sausages;

(c) Vegetables, dried;

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(B) Rubies and sapphires, natural or synthetic;

Silk and silk manufactures, the following

(B) Raw silk and all threads, yarns and

twists thereof;

(B) Tissues and fabrics of silk of all kinds (including artificial silk), whether pure or mixed with other yarns or inaterials (except metal threads) in the grey or discharged, undyed, dyed, or printed, unweighted or weighted, not including velvets, plushes, nets, laces, gauzes, tulles, muslins, grenadines, voiles, crepes, crepe-de-chine and similar diaph- anous fabrics, and also not inclu- ding piece goods of less than 12 inches in width (except braids), trimmings, hosiery, and all made. up articles;

(B) Telegraphs, instruments and material for, the

following:-

Wheatstone automatic apparatus :-

Automatic transmitters:

Wheatstone transmitters;

Parts of Creed apparatus :-

Creed engines;

Creed relays with pneumatic valves; Auxiliaries to Creed apparatus:-

High-tension keys operated by pneu-

matic pressure ;

High-tension keys operated magneti-

cally;

Dictaphones and dictaphone cylin-

ders;

Einthoven galvanometers ;

Paper tape photographically sen-

sitized ;

(c) Telegraphs (except wireless), instruments and

material for, not otherwise prohibited ;

(B) Tubes, boiler, of all descriptions ;

(B) Uniform clothing, second-hand naval and mili-

tary;

Woods the following:-

(B) Cedar.

(c) Cherry, wild ;

(c) Cotton;

(c) Gum ;

(c) Ebony;

(c) Maple ;

(c) Palm; (B) Quebracho;

Rose;

(B) Zinc dust.

NOTE: The previous rules made under the above Ordinance which relate to the exportation of military stores were published in the Gazettes of the 18th and 25th August, 22nd and 29th September, 27th October, 17th November, and 15th December, 1916, and 19th January, and 2nd March, 1917.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 30, 1917. 157

No. 121.

Order made by the Governor in Council under sub-section (18) of section 19 of the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, Ordinance No. 10 of 1899, on the 29th day of March,

19 17.

1. Rules 1 to 5, both inclusive, of Table G are repealed and the following rules are substituted therefor :---

Forms. 1. The forms in the appendix hereto shall be used as far as possible with such alterations as circumstances may require but no deviation from the pre- scribed forms shall invalidate the proceedings unless the Court shall be of opinion that the deviation was material.

investigation.

Notice of 2. When an investigation has been ordered under section 19 the stipendiary magistrate appointed to the Court shall cause a notice in the form in the appendix hereto to be served on the master and officers of the ship, and on any other person who in his opinion ought to be served with such notice.

Summons to 3. A summons to a witness shall be in the form in the appendix hereto.

witness.

person

Absence of 4. If any person upon whom a notice of investigation has been served fails to attend as notified the Court may proceed to hear and ajudicate upon the case in his absence.

served.

 Right to appear.

5. Any person who shows that he has an interest in the investigation shall have a right to appear and be heard, and any other person may appear and be heard by leave of the Court.

2. Forms 1 to 3, both inclusive, of the appendix to Table G are repealed and the following form is substituted therefor :---

or.

of....

Το

FORM NO. 1.

MARINE COURT.

Notice of Investigation.

.master, mate, engineer, owner, &c., of..

belonging to the ship..

I hereby give you notice that the Governor has ordered an investigation into the circumstances attending the....

and that subjoined hereto is a copy of a report (or statement of the case) upon which the said investigation has been ordered. I further give you notice to produce to the Court (your Board of Trade or local certificate, the log books of the vessel, and) any (other) documents relevant to this case which may be in your possession.

the.

The Court will be held at the Harbour Office at.

..day of...

The members of the Court will be :--

.a.m. on

19.......

1

2

3

4 5

Dated at Hongkong this

Report or Statement of Case. day of

.(President)

19

Stipendiary Magistrate and President of the Court.

N.B.--If the person on whom this notice is served fails to attend as notified the Court may proceed to

hear and adjudicate upon the case in his absence.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

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

29th March, 1917.

:

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No. 122.

Draft Regulations relating to Launches and Motor Boats.

   The following draft of regulations which it is proposed to make under the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, upon the passing of the Merchant Shipping Amendment bill which was read the first time at the meeting of the Legislative Council held on the 29th March, 1917, is published for general information.

   Regulations made by the Governor in Council under Section 37 of the Merchant Ship- ping Ordinance, 1899, Ordinance No. 10 of 1899, on the day of

1917.

"

   The regulations contained in Table E of the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, are hereby repealed and the following regulations are substituted therefor :----

Launches and motor boats be licensed.

Launches

and motor

boats to be surveyed before issue

of licence.

Particulars

Table E.

REGULATIONS FOR LAUNCHES AND MOTOR BOATS.

1. All launches and motor boats shall be licensed in the manner directed by these Regulations. No person shall have or use any un-

licensed launch or motor boat.

2. The owner of any launch or motor boat, before obtaining a licence, shall cause his launch or motor boat to be surveyed by the Government Marine Surveyor.

3. The certificate of the Government Marine Surveyor shall contain in certificate statements of the following particulars:---

.

of survey.

(a) That the hull, length

breadth

depth

tons, is sufficient for the service intended, and is in good condition.

(b) The number of passengers which the vessel is fit to carry according to the following scale :-

(i) for vessels plying within the harbour limits or between any ports or places in the Island of Hongkong, provided that the western entrance to the harbour is used both in going and coming, at the rate of 7 superficial feet of the upper or weather deck and of the deck immediately below the upper deck for each passenger and member of the crew. (ii) for vessels plying to places within the "Local Trade Limits", or within the sheltered and partially sheltered waters of Mirs Bay, Castle Peak, or Deep Bay, at the rate of 10 superficial feet of the upper or weather deck and of the deck immediately below the upper deck for each passenger and member of the crew; and

(iii) for vessels plying to places outside the "Local Trade Limits

at the rate of 2 passengers for every 3 tons of the vessel's tonnage.

(e) That the master possesses a certificate of qualification recognised by the Board of Trade, or a certificate of competency from the Harbour Master.

(d) That there is provision on board for the shelter of deck passen- gers, and that there are not less than 2 approved life-buoys on board.

(e) That the vessel, if carrying passengers outside the harbour limits, has at least one boat in such a position that she can readily be got into the water, and in addition approved buoyant apparatus or approved life- belts, and approved life-buoys, at least sufficient with the boats to keep afloat all persons carried on board (at least 4 approved life-buoys shall be carried).

(f) That the vessel is properly fitted with bow and mast-head lights and also a riding light, in accordance with section 37 (16).

(g) That the vessel is properly found with anchors and chains. (h) That the crew is sufficient for the requirements of the vessel. (i) The time for which the said hull and equipment will be sufficient. (j) That the machinery and boiler of the vessel are sufficient for the service intended, and in good condition, and that the safety valve is so constructed as to be out of the control of the engineer when the steam is up, and is not loaded beyond the pressure permitted by the Surveyor's certificate.

(k) The time for which such boiler and machinery will be sufficient.

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(1) That the engineer of the vessel possesses a certificate of qualification recognised by the Board of Trade, or a certificate of competency from the Harbour Master.

In the case of motor boats the following shall be substituted for (), (k) and (l):-

(m) That the machinery of the vessel is sufficient for the service intended and is in good condition.

(n) The time for which such machinery will be sufficient.

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(o) That the engineer of the vessel possesses a certificate of competency as Motor Engineer" from the Harbour Master or such other certificate as may be recognised by him.

4. A fee of $15 shall be paid for each certificate.

Fee for certificate.

5. On the receipt of the certificate, the Harbour Master will cause a Issue of licence to be issued to the owner empowering the vessel therein described licence for to ply as therein mentioned for a period not exceeding 12 months: Provid- vessels. ed that no such licence shall be granted unless the intended licensee enters into a bond, in the form provided in Schedule B to this Table, together with one or more sureties resident in the Colony and approved of by the Harbour Master, conditioned in a sum not exceeding 1,500 dollars for the observance of the conditions of such licence.

6. The licence shall be in the form of Schedule A appended to this Form of Table.

licence.

7. Such licence shall at all times, except where otherwise provided Licence to be by law, be kept on board the vessel for which it is issued, and shall be kept on produced on demand to any harbour or police or revenue officer.

board.

certificated

B. No launch or motor boat shall, subject to the proviso contained in Every vessel Regulation 34, be under way without a master and engineer each holding must have either a certificate of qualification recognised by the Board of Trade or a master and certificate of competency from the Harbour Master as provided by engineer. Regulation 16.

9. No person shall use any licence, clearance permit, or other document Improper use granted under the provisions of this section in respect of any launch or

of licence, etc. motor boat other than the one therein mentioned.

10. Every vessel licensed under these Regulations shall have her name Painting of in English and Chinese legibly painted on her stern and on each bow name, etc., together with the number of passengers she is licensed to carry.

on vessel.

11. Every such vessel shall be kept in a proper state of cleanliness and Vessel to be repair.

clean and in good repair.

12. (a) The fees to be paid for licence shall be according to the Fee for following scale :---

Vessels under 10 tons,..

10 tons to 20 tons,

Harbour Limits.

For vessels licenesd to ply to and from and between any places in the waters of the Colony.

$20 per annum.

For vessels licensed to ply only within the

$10

20

30

20

30

30

40

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licence.

(b) The above scale is for twelve months.

(e) For six months six-twelfths of the fee will be charged, for nine months nine-twelfths, and so on at the rate of one-twelfth for each month.

But no fee is to be less in amount than three-twelfths.

13. The following is the maximum scale of hire for launches and Scale of hire. motor boats within Local Trade Limits :-

1st class, Vessels of 40 tons and upwards not ex-

ceeding 60 tons-

For 1st hour...

Each subsequent hour

2nd class, Vessels of 20 tons and upwards being

less than 40 tons-

For 1st hour......

Each subsequent hour

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 30, 1917.

Deduction

3rd class, Vessels of less than 20 tons - For 1st hour.......

Each subsequent hour

$ 4

   14. If the space measured for passenger accommodation is at any time from number occupied by cargo or passengers' luggage then one passenger is to be

deducted for every 7 superficial feet of space so occupied.

of pas-

sengers.

Dangerous

goods not to

be carried

with pas- sengers.

Harbour

Master may issue certi- ficates of competency; fee for

15. No dangerous goods as defined by the Dangerous Goods Ordi- nance, 1873, in whatever quantity shall be carried at the same time as passengers.

16. The Harbour Master may issue a certificate of competency as mas- ter or engineer of launches or motor boats. A fee of two dollars and a half for the examination of any person for such certificate shall be pay- able to the Harbour Master at the time of the examination, and such master or engineer shall, if he obtains a certificate, produce 3 copies of a examination; photograph of himself, one to be attached to his certificate of [competency, photographs. one to be attached to the licence of any vessel to which he may belong or hereafter belong, and one for record in the Harbour Office; and when a master or engineer is transferred from one launch or motor boat to an-. other he shall produce a photograph of himself to be attached to the licence of the vessel to which he is to be transferred.

Examination

17. The examination for certificates of competency for engineers of for engineers motor boats (to be styled "Motor Engineers") shall be limited to the knowledge and management of the engines of motor boats. The several types of motors in the management of which each such engineer has qualified shall be noted on his certificate..

of motor boats,

Renewal of photograph.

Re-examina-

tion before

18. If, at any time subsequent to the granting of a certificate of competency, it shall appear to the Harbour Master that the photograph : attached thereto fails to accurately represent the holder, he may call upon the said holder to produce 3 copies of a photograph which shall accurately represent him for use as provided in Regulation 16.

19. If any master or engineer qualified as such according to these Regulations shall at any time be unemployed for any period exceeding engagement. 2 years as shown by the record book, he shall be re-examined before engagement for duty in such a capacity in a launch or motor boat with- out a fee unless a new certificate is required. -

Report of arrival.

Notice of departure.

Night clearance.

Pleasure trips.

Special permit.

Untrue

20. The master of every launch or motor boat shall within 18 hours after arrival at any port in the Colony report such arrival at the Harbour Master's office or at the nearest Harbour Master's station and shall deposit the licence and shall furnish the particulars required for entry in the Record of Voyages, and the said particulars shall thereupon be entered in the licence and in a register to be kept for the purpose.

21. The master of every launch or motor boat about to leave any port in the Colony shall either at the Harbour Master's office or at the nearest Harbour Master's station give notice of such intended departure and shall furnish the particulars required for entry in the Record of Voyages and the said particulars shall thereupon be entered in the licence and the licence shall be returned to the master; provided alwa that in case the said launch or motor boat does not leave the said port within 24 hours after the return of the licence the master shall report either at the Harbour Master's office or at the nearest Harbour Master's station and shall redeposit the licence if required to do so.

22. No launch or motor boat shall leave any port between 6 p.m. and 6 a.m. from October to March inclusive, or between 7 p.m. and 5 a.m. from April to September inclusive, without a night clearance for which a fee of one dollar shall be paid.

23. Regulations 20, 21 and 22 shall not apply in the case of any launch or motor boat on occasions when it is used solely for purposes of pleasure.

24. The Harbour Master may on payment of a fee of 25 cents grant to any master of a launch or motor boat a special permit which shall be sufficient warrant or authority for the doing of any act mentioned in such permit.

   25. No master of a launch or motor boat shall knowingly give untrue particulars. particulars to the Harbour Master or to the Government Marine Surveyor

or to any officer deputed by them to obtain such particulars.

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;

26. The owner of every launch and motor boat shall have such launch Periodical or motor boat surveyed by the Government Marine Surveyor yearly or survey. half yearly, as he may in each case direct, and the requirements of such surveyor shall be complied with, and thereupon a certificate to that effect shall be given by such surveyor to the owner on payment of a fee of $10 in respect of each survey, and such certificate shall then be produced to the Harbour Master without undue delay.

27. No owner, master, or person in charge of any launch or motor boat shall use the same before obtaining such certificate of survey.

every

28. Every owner of any launch or motor boat shall report to the Har- bour Master the name of, and the number of the certificate held by, master and engineer engaged by him for such launch or motor boat within 48 hours of such engagement.

Use of un- surveyed launch or motor boat.

Reporting of

name of

master, etc., engaged;

29. Every owner of any launch or motor boat shall report to the or dis- Harbour Master the name of, and the number of the certificate held by, charged. every master and engineer of such launch or motor boat discharged by him, giving the reason for such discharge, within 48 hours of such discharge.

Production

30. Every master and engineer of any launch or motor boat holding a certificate shall, on engagement, produce such certificate to the Harbour of certificate Master for registration, and shall pay for such registration a fee of 50

cents.

on engage- ment.

31. Every master and engineer of any launch or motor boat shall, on Reporting of discharge, report such discharge to the Harbour Master within 48 hours discharge by of such discharge, and shall produce his certificate.

master.

and dis-

32. A record shall be kept in the Harbour Master's office, setting Record of forth the dates of engagement and discharge of all certificated masters engagements and engineers of launches or motor boats, the reason for their discharge, charges. and all complaints and charges against them, and any punishments awarded in respect thereof by the Marine or other Magistrate, or by the Harbour Master. Such record shall be open to inspection by owners of launches or motor boats or their representatives.

of com-

33. The certificates of competency of masters and engineers of Certificates launches or motor boats, while under way in the waters of the Colony,

                                        petency to be shall be kept on board the vessel, ready to be produced for inspection on board the by the Harbour Master or his deputy, or by any officer of police.

vessel.

34. It shall be lawful for the Harbour Master in such special cases as Harbour he may think fit to issue a permit to any motor boat carrying a certi- Master may ficated motor engineer, who also holds a master's certificate under the permit

engineer rules in this Table, to be under way in the waters of the Colony in with master's charge of such engineer only. Such permit shall be in writing and shall certificate to be signed by the Harbour Master and shall be subject to the conditions be in charge therein contained: Provided always that it shall not be necessary for of boat. any motor boat not exceeding 35 feet in length over all (and not plying for hire) to carry a certificated master or engineer.

Audit No.... . . . .

Schedule A.

FORM OF LICENCE BOOK.

Back of Cover.

Hongkong Government.

Launch

Motor Boat.

Licence Book.

Licence to ply

*

to and from and between any places in the waters of

*

or, within

the Harbour

the Colony *.

limits (as the

case may be).

Name of Launch .......

Licence No.

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Inside Cover.

This licence has been granted under Section 37 of the Merchant Ship- ping Ordinance, 1899, and the Regulations contained in Table E of the Schedule to the said Ordinance to

Launch Motor Boat hereby authorised to ply

in respect of the

*

01', within

*

.which is

              to and from and between any places in the the Harbour waters of the Colony subject to the provisions of the said Ordinance and case may be). to any regulations made thereunder.

limits (as the

Extract from Conditions of Licence.

1. If any licensed launch or motor boat carries more persons than it is entitled to carry under the conditions of its licence, the owner and mas- ter shall be liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars and to imprisonment for any term not exceeding three months.

2. No launch or motor boat shall be under way without a master and engineer each holding either a certificate of qualification recognised by the Board of Trade or a certificate of competency from the Harbour Master.

3. If any person places on the safety valve of any licensed launch any greater pressure than is allowed under the conditions of the licence, he shall be liable upon summary conviction to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars and to imprisonment for any term not exceeding three months.

4. Every launch and motor boat shall comply as to lights and in all other respects with the International Collision Regulations.

5. Every vessel licensed under these Regulations shall have her name in English and Chinese legibly painted on her stern and on each bow together with the number of passengers she is licensed to carry.

6. The licence shall at all times except where otherwise provided by law be kept on board the vessel for which it is issued; and shall be pro- duced on demand to any harbour or police or revenue o officer.

7. No master of a launch or motor boat shall knowingly give untrue particulars to the Harbour Master or the Government Marine Surveyor or to any officer deputed by them to obtain such particulars.

Sheet 3.

Licence No...

The Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, Section 37.

Name of Launch/Motor Boat.

Feet.

Inches.

Length

Breadth.

Capacity {Nett

( Gross Tonnage Nett Tonnage

Depth

Name of Owner

Address

Name of Master

Address

Name of Engineer

Address

Number of persons licensed to carry-

Within the Harbour limits

or between ports in the Island of Hongkong.

Persons.

including

Within the Local Trade

Persons.

crew.

Limits.

Outside the Local Trade

Persons.

Limits.

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163

Pressure allowed on Safety Valve

.lbs.

Date.

191 .

Received Fee of $1.

Shroff.

Harbour Master, &c.

Sheet 5.

Changes of Owner, Master, or Engineer, and other leading events in the history of the Launch/Motor Boat.

Sheet 9. *

RECORD OF VOYAGES.

Name of Station

From

Cargo

To

Date arrived.........191.

Persons.

Date departed.......191

*For vessels licensed to ply outside the Harbour limits.

Cargo.

Signature.

Light Dues Receipt No...

.of

Customs Station visited

.date..

Schedule B.

LAUNCHES AND MOTOR BOATS.

THE MERCHANT SHIPPING ORDINANCE, HONGKONG.

Know all men by these presents that we.

residing at.

residing at.

residing at.

(Licensee)

.(Surety) and

..(Surety)

are held and firmly bound unto our Sovereign Lord King George V, by the Grace of God of the United Kindom of Great Britain and Ireland and of the British Dominions beyond the seas, King, Defender of the Faith, Emperor of India, in the sum of Dollars..

....Hongkong Currency to be paid to our said Sovereign Lord the King and His Successors, for which Payment, well and truly to be made, we jointly and severally bind ourselves and each and every of us and our respective Heirs, Executors and Administrators firmly by these Presents.

Sealed with our Seals and dated this..

.day of.......

191

Whereas by Regulations made under Section 37 of the Merchant Ship- ping Ordinance, 1899, it is enacted that it shall be lawful for the Harbour Master to grant to the owner of any launch or motor boat, a Licence au- thorizing such launch or motor boat to ply and carry passengers, to, from or between any places in the waters of the Colony during such period and subject to such conditions as are named in the Licence, and to such Regulations as are for the time being in force under that Section provided that no such licence shall be granted unless the intended Licensee shall enter into a Bond together with one or more Sureties resident in the Colony, and to be approved of by the Harbour Master conditioned in any sum not exceeding One thousand five hundred Dollars for the observance of the conditions of such Licence, and Whereas the said Harbour Master has on the application of the above named. such Licence as aforesaid to the said...

.consented to grant in respect of the

launch/motor boat hereinafter mentioned. Now the condition of this

.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 30, 1917.

Obligation is such that if the said

.and all persons

at any time employed in or about the said launch/motor boat or being on board her, shall well and truly observe and perform all and singular the conditions endorsed upon or contained in the said Licence granted or intended to be granted as aforesaid to him the said

in respect of the launch/motor boat called the

(which said Licence is numbered or intended to be numbered.

:)

and all the Regulations relating to such being in force under the said Section and all other Laws, Ordinances and Regulations relating to such launch/motor boat, then this Obligation is to be void, otherwise to remain in full force and effect.

Signed sealed and delivered

by the above bounden

.(L.S.)

(Licensee)

.(L.S.)

(Surety)

(L.S.)

in the presence of

(Surety)

No. 123.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, No. 2.

THURSDAY, 15TH MARCH, 1917.

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, C.M.G.).

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).

the Captain Superintendent of Police, (CHARLES MCILVAINE MESSER).

Mr. WEI YUK, C.M.G.

Mr. HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, K.C.

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Mr. EDWARD SHELLIM.

""

Mr. LAU CHU-PAK.

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Mr. PERCY HOBSON HOLYOAK,

""

Mr. CHARLES EDWARD ANTON.

""

The Council met pursuant to adjournment.

The Minutes of the last Meeting, held on the 22nd February, 1917, were confirmed.

PAPERS. The Colonial Secretary laid on the table the following papers :---

Jurors List for 1917.

Return of Excesses on Sub-Heads met by Savings under Heads of Expenditure

for the 4th Quarter, 1916.

Report of Proceedings of the Public Works Committee dated the 22nd February,

1917.

.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 30, 1917.

Obligation is such that if the said

.and all persons

at any time employed in or about the said launch/motor boat or being on board her, shall well and truly observe and perform all and singular the conditions endorsed upon or contained in the said Licence granted or intended to be granted as aforesaid to him the said

in respect of the launch/motor boat called the

(which said Licence is numbered or intended to be numbered.

:)

and all the Regulations relating to such being in force under the said Section and all other Laws, Ordinances and Regulations relating to such launch/motor boat, then this Obligation is to be void, otherwise to remain in full force and effect.

Signed sealed and delivered

by the above bounden

.(L.S.)

(Licensee)

.(L.S.)

(Surety)

(L.S.)

in the presence of

(Surety)

No. 123.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, No. 2.

THURSDAY, 15TH MARCH, 1917.

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, C.M.G.).

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).

the Captain Superintendent of Police, (CHARLES MCILVAINE MESSER).

Mr. WEI YUK, C.M.G.

Mr. HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, K.C.

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Mr. EDWARD SHELLIM.

""

Mr. LAU CHU-PAK.

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Mr. PERCY HOBSON HOLYOAK,

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Mr. CHARLES EDWARD ANTON.

""

The Council met pursuant to adjournment.

The Minutes of the last Meeting, held on the 22nd February, 1917, were confirmed.

PAPERS. The Colonial Secretary laid on the table the following papers :---

Jurors List for 1917.

Return of Excesses on Sub-Heads met by Savings under Heads of Expenditure

for the 4th Quarter, 1916.

Report of Proceedings of the Public Works Committee dated the 22nd February,

1917.

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   FINANCIAL MINUTE. The Colonial Secretary laid on the table Financial Minute No. 6, and moved that it be referred to the Finance Committee:--

No. 6.-Miscellaneous Services, Contribution to Imperial

Government for War Purposes,

The Colonial Treasurer seconded.

Question--put and agreed to.

$ 2,000,000.00.

   REPORT OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE.-The Colonial Secretary laid on the table the Report of the Finance Committee (No. 1), dated the 22nd February, 1917, and moved its adoption.

The Colonial Treasurer seconded.

Question--put and agreed to.

QUESTIONS. Mr. POLLOCK, pursuant to notice, asked the following questions:-

1. On what date did the Committee, which was appointed by His Excellency the Governor to fix from time to time the maximum price for which any article of food may be sold by retail in the Colony, issue their last price list setting forth such maximum price?

2. Will His Excellency the Governor direct another Meeting of such Committee to be held at an

early date for the purpose of fixing a maximum price for articles of food?

3. With reference to paragraph 6 of the schedule of maximum prices in the Government Pro-

clamation, which paragraph runs as follows:

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The prices of provisions imported from countries other than China (excepting those above enumerated) may not be raised more than 15 per cent above the retail prices prevailing in the Colony on the 25th July, 1914",

is it not the fact that the prices of the following imported provisions, namely, golden syrup, jam, cheese, mustard, table salt and bacon have been raised more than 15 per cent above the retail prices prevailing in the Colony on the 25th July, 1914?

The Colonial Secretary replied.

   RATING AMENDMENT BILL.-The Attorney General moved the First reading of a Bill intituled An Ordinance to amend the Rating Ordinance, 1901.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question--put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

   PUBLIC SERVANTS LIABILITIES BILL. The Attorney General moved the First reading of a Bill intituled An Ordinance to protect certain Public Servants from Legal Proceed- ings in respect of certain Liabilities.

Th Colonial Secretary seconded. Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

   ALIEN ENEMIES (WINDING UP) AMENDMENT BILL.-The Attorney General moved the First reading of a Bill intituled An Ordinance to amend further the Alien Enemies (Winding up) Ordinance, 1914.

Th Colonial Secretary seconded. Question--put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

   PROTECTION OF WOMEN AND GIRLS AMENDMENT BILL.-The Attorney General moved the First reading of a Bill intituled An Ordinance to amend further the Protection of Women and Girls Ordinance, 1897.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question ---put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

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   WAR LOAN AMENDMENT BILL.--The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled An Ordinance to amend the War Loan Ordinance, 1916.

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.

REVENUE OFFICERS POWER OF ARREST BILL.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled An Ordinance to consolidate and amend the law relating to the powers of arrest possessed by revenue officers.

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.

    INTERPRETATION AMENDMENT BILL.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled An Ordinance to amend the Inter- pretation Ordinance, 1911.

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.

    ANGLO-PORTUGUESE COMMERCIAL TREATY BILL.--The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled An Ordinance to make such provisions as are necessary to enable the Anglo-Portuguese Commercial Treaty to come into force as regards the Colony of Hongkong.

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.

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FOREST FIRES PREVENTION BILL.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled An Ordinance to make provision for the better protection of forests, forest reserves, and plantations from fire..

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.

CROWN LAND PRESERVATION BILL.--The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled An Ordinance to make further provision for the protection of trees on Crown land and other Crown property from wilful damage.

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 it was agreed to substitute "or" for "and" in the last line of sub-section (5) of section 8, to add the following section, numbered 9' to the Bill, and that section 9 be re-numbered 10:---

tive effect of

9. This Ordinance shall also apply to every case of such damage or Retrospec- destruction which has occurred in the New Territories since Ordinance. the first day of January, 1916.

  On Council resuming, the Attorney General reported that the Bill had passed through Committee with un-important 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.

MALAY STATES EXTRADITION AMENDMENT BILL.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled An Ordinance to repeal in part the Malay States Extradition Ordinance, 1903.

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.

PHARMACY AND POISONS AMENDMENT BILL.--The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled An Ordinance to amend the Pharmacy and Poisons Ordinance, 1916.

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 Council resuming, the Attorney General reported that the Bill had passed through Committee without amendment and moved that it be read a third time.

1917.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question--put and agreed to.

Bill read a third time and passed.

ADJOURNMENT.-The Council then adjourned until Thursday, the 29th day of March,

Confirmed this 29th day of March, 1917.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

F. H. MAY,

Governor.

No. 124.

   By-law made under Section 16 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, (Ordinance No. 1 of 1903).

   By-law No. 3 contained in Schedule B of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, and published on page 33 of the Regulations of Hongkong under the heading "Offensive Trades is hereby repealed and the following by-law is substituted there-

for:-

3.-(1.) Every application for a licence shall be made in the form attached to these

by-laws. Subject to the provisions of sub-section (2) of this by-law the person so applying shall, if the Board approves, receive a licence from the Board in the form attached to these by-laws, and such person is hereinafter referred to as the licensee and shall be responsible for the due performance of the provisions of these by-laws. Every licence shall expire on the 31st December and shall be for a period not exceeding one

year.

(2.) No such licence shall be issued by the Board until it is satisfied that a licence issued by the authority of the Governor under the Crown Lease of the premises to be registered has been or will be granted or until a certificate has been signed by the proper officer to the effect that no such licence is required.

(3.) Every application for a licence from the Governor under the Crown Lease shall be made by or on behalf of the person registered in the Land Office. as the owner of the premises in respect of which a licence is applied for to the Head of the Sanitary Department at the same time that an appli- cation is made for a licence from the Board under by-law 3 (1).

Made by the Sanitary Board this 6th day of March, 1917.

ADAM GIBSON,

Secretary.

Approved by the Legislative Council of Hongkong, this 29th day of March, 1917.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

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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.

1917.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question--put and agreed to.

Bill read a third time and passed.

ADJOURNMENT.-The Council then adjourned until Thursday, the 29th day of March,

Confirmed this 29th day of March, 1917.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

F. H. MAY,

Governor.

No. 124.

   By-law made under Section 16 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, (Ordinance No. 1 of 1903).

   By-law No. 3 contained in Schedule B of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, and published on page 33 of the Regulations of Hongkong under the heading "Offensive Trades is hereby repealed and the following by-law is substituted there-

for:-

3.-(1.) Every application for a licence shall be made in the form attached to these

by-laws. Subject to the provisions of sub-section (2) of this by-law the person so applying shall, if the Board approves, receive a licence from the Board in the form attached to these by-laws, and such person is hereinafter referred to as the licensee and shall be responsible for the due performance of the provisions of these by-laws. Every licence shall expire on the 31st December and shall be for a period not exceeding one

year.

(2.) No such licence shall be issued by the Board until it is satisfied that a licence issued by the authority of the Governor under the Crown Lease of the premises to be registered has been or will be granted or until a certificate has been signed by the proper officer to the effect that no such licence is required.

(3.) Every application for a licence from the Governor under the Crown Lease shall be made by or on behalf of the person registered in the Land Office. as the owner of the premises in respect of which a licence is applied for to the Head of the Sanitary Department at the same time that an appli- cation is made for a licence from the Board under by-law 3 (1).

Made by the Sanitary Board this 6th day of March, 1917.

ADAM GIBSON,

Secretary.

Approved by the Legislative Council of Hongkong, this 29th day of March, 1917.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

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No. 125. 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. 9 of 1917.-An Ordinance to amend the Rating Ordinance,

1901.

Ordinance No. 10 of 1917.-An Ordinance to protect certain Public Servants from Legal Proceedings in respect of certain Liabilities.

Ordinance No. 11 of 1917.-An Ordinance to amend further the Alien Enemies

(Winding up) Ordinance, 1914.

Ordinance No. 12 of 1917.--An Ordinance to amend further the Protection of

Women and Girls Ordinance, 1897.

HONGKONG.

No. 9 OF 1917.

LS

I assent to this Ordinance.

F. H. MAY,

Governor.

30th March, 1917.

An Ordinance to amend the Rating Ordinance,

1901.

[30th March, 1917.]

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 Rating Amend- Short title. ment Ordinance, 1917, and shall be read and construed as one with the Rating Ordinance, 1901, and the said Ordi- nance and this Ordinance may be cited together as the Rating Ordinances, 1901 and 1917.

2. Section 39 of the Rating Ordinance, 1901, is amended by the repeal of sub-section (4) thereof, as enacted by section 2 of the Rating Amendment Ordinance, 1915, and by the substitution therefor of the following:

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"(4.) It shall be lawful for the Governor in Council in his discretion to authorise the total or partial exemption from assessment of any "educational institution, other than those "included in sub-section (2) of this section, or of any teuement used in connection there- with."

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Amendment of Ordinance

No. 6 of 1901. s. 39.

Ordinance No 13 of 1915.

3. The Rating Amendment Ordinance, 1915, is repealed. Repeal of

Passed the Legislative Council of Hongkong, this 29th day of March, 1917.

Ordinance No. 13 of 1915.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

Assented to by His Excellency the Governor, the 30th

day of March, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

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Short title.

Interpreta- tion.

Actions not

to lie against public ser-

vants in

certain cases.

Proceedings

HONGKONG.

No. 10 OF 1917.

LS

I assent to this Ordinance.

F. H. MAY,

Governor.

30th March, 1917.

An Ordinance to protect certain Public Ser- vants from Legal Proceedings in respect of certain Liabilities.

[30th March, 1917.]

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 Public Ser- vants Liabilities Ordinance, 1917.

2. In this Ordinance :-

Action" includes legal proceedings and process of every description other than criminal and includes proceedings in bankruptcy. "Public servant", means any person holding any permanent appointment the emoluments of which are wholly or in part directly derived from the revenues of the Colony.

3.-(1.) No action shall be maintained against a public servant :-

(a) upon any promise express or implied to repay money paid or advanced to him or to another person at his request;

(b) upon any promise express or implied to be answerable for the debt or default of another person; or

(e) upon any bond, bill of exchange, promissory note, or other like instrument made, drawn, accepted, endorsed, or given by him.

(2.) This section shall not apply to any public servant whose substantive pay, at the date when the liability sought to be enforced is contracted, exceeds two hundred dollars a month, exclusive of any allowances.

(3.) This section shall not apply to any liability con- tracted before the commencement of this Ordinance.

(4.) Nothing in this section contained shall affect the right of the holder of any security to realize the same by sale or foreclosure.

4. All proceedings and documents in or incidental to in contraven- an action in contravention of this Ordinance shall be tion of this

absolutely null and void for all purposes, whether the Ordinance to Ordinance be raised as a defence or not. be void.

Passed the Legislative Council of Hongkong, this 29th day of March, 1917.

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

Assented to by His Excellency the Governor, the 30th

day of March, 1917.

Claud Severn,

Colonial Secretary.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 30, 1917.

HONGKONG.

No. 11 OF 1917.

LS

I assent to this Ordinance.

F. H. MAY,

Governor.

30th March, 1917.

An Ordinance to amend further the Alien

Enemies (Winding up) Ordinance, 1914.

[30th March, 1917.]

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 Alien Enemies Short title (Winding up) Amendment Ordinance, 1917, and shall be and con- read and construed as one with the Alien Enemies (Wind- struction. ing up) Ordinance, 1914, hereinafter called the principal Ordinances Ordinance, and with the Alien Enemies (Winding up) No. 28 and Amendment Ordinance, 1914, and with the Alien Enemies 30 of 1914 (Winding up) Amendment Ordinance, 1915, and the sail 1915. Ordinances and this Ordinance may be cited together as the Alien Enemies (Winding up) Ordinances, 1914 to 1917.

and 11 of

2. In the Alien Enemies (Winding up) Ordinances, Interpreta- 1914 to 1917:-

tion.

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Corporation under enemy control" means:-

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(a) a corporation of which any director or person occupying the position of a director, by what- ever name called, is an enemy or an enemy subject; or

(b) a corporation in which ten per cent or more of the issued capital or voting rights are held by, or directly or indirectly for or at the disposal of, enemies or enemy subjects; or

(e) a corporation which is by any other means, whether of a like or a different character, in fact under the control directly or indirectly of euemies or enemy subjects or corporations under enemy control; or

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(d) a corporation the executive whereof is

corporation which falls within the terms of paragraphs (a), (b) or (c) of this definition, or is an enemy.

"Enemy ", except in the term "alien enemy", means :- (a) any natural person who is or is treated as an enemy under any Act of Parliament, Order in Council, Royal Proclamation, or Ordinance, for the time being in force; or

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(b) any corporation which is or is treated as

enemy under any Act of Parliament, Order in Council, Royal Proclamation, or Ordinance, for the time being in force; or

(c) any firm, or other composite person other than a corporation, any member of which is or is treated as an enemy under any Act of Parli:- ment, Order in Council, Royal Proclamation, or Ordinance, for the time being in force.

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Enemy subject means a subject of a State for the time being at war with His Majesty, and includes a body corporate constituted according to the laws of such a State.

"Immovable property

includes every right and every interest, whether legal or equitable, in, to or arising out of immovable property.

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1917.

Amendment

of Ordinance No. 11 of 1915, s. 4.

Amendment

of Ordinance No. 11 of 1915, s. 5.

Power to appoint a liquidator in certain special cases and to give directions for the disposal of certain property.

Legal proceeding" includes an arbitration, and refer- ences to the bringing of legal proceedings against any persons shall in the case of arbitrations be construed as referring to the commencement of arbitrations to which such persons would be parties. "Person" means any natural person, company, firm, or association or body of persons corporate or unincor- porate.

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"Property includes every right or interest whatsoever

in, to or arising out of any property.

"Property under prohibited control means any pro- perty which is held wholly or partly by or for or on behalf of or in trust for or for the benefit of or subject to the control of an enemy or an enemy subject or a corporation under enemy control or any person who but for the conclusion of any peace inade in relation to the present war would be an enemy or an enemy subject or a corporation under enemy control.

3. Section 4 of the Alien Enemies (Winding up) Amend- ment Ordinance, 1915, is amended by the insertion of the words or on account of any similar reason" at the end thereof.

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4. Section 5 of the Alien Enemies (Winding up) Ordi- nance, 1915, is amended by the insertion of the words "or other legal proceeding" between the word "action" and the word "brought" in the third line thereof, and by the addition of the words "or on account of any similar reason" at the end thereof.

5.-(1.) The power of appointing a liquidator conferred on the Governor by section 5 of the principal Ordinance shall be deemed to include and at all times to have included the following powers :-

(a.) Power to appoint a liquidator of the trade or personal affairs of any alien enemy whether such alien enemy has ever been in the Colony

or not.

(b.) Power to appoint a liquidator of the trade or personal affairs of any person any of the pro- perty of whom was for any purpose whatsoever in the possession custody or control of any person whose trade or personal affairs a liqui- dator has been appointed to wind up.

(c.) Power to appoint a liquidator of the estate of

any deceased alien enemy.

(d.) Power to appoint a liquidator of the estate of any deceased person of whose estate an alien enemy is executor or administrator.

(e) Power to appoint a liquidator of the trade or personal affairs of any person who is or at any time since the outbreak of war has been a partner or a joint owner or an owner in common with any alien enemy.

(f) Power to appoint a liquidator of the affairs of any association of persons or organisation which is or at any time since the outbreak of war has been composed in whole or part of alien ene- mies or which at any time since the outbreak of war has been in whole or part represented in the Colony by an alien enemy.

(g.) Power to appoint a liquidator of the affairs of any person if the Governor think it advisable on account of the enemy nationality or as- sociation of such person.

(2.) Every such liquidator shall have as full rights and powers as any other liquidator appointed under the prin- cipal Ordinance.

(3.) The Governor shall be deemed to have and at all times to have had power to give directions for the sale or disposal of any property which at any time since the out- break of the present war has been in the possession, custody or control of any alien enemy and which is not claimed by any person who is not an alien enemy.

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6.--(1.) Every liquidator appointed under the principal Transfer of Ordinance to wind up the affairs or estate of any person shall property. for all purposes whatsoever be deemed to have power, and at all times to have had power, while acting as such liquidator, to transfer all the property of whatever description within the Colony of such person, or vested in such person, or belonging to such estate, in all respects as fully as if the transfer had been duly made or executed by or on behalf of such person, or by or on behalf of his legal personal representative, as the case may be, whether such liquidator can or cannot produce any title deeds or other documents of title relating to such property, and any such transfer by such liquidator shall be deemed to pass all the legal estate in such property which may be or was vested in such person, or in his legal personal representative, at the date of such transfer.

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(2.) Nothing in this section shall be construed limiting in any way whatsoever any powers which any liquidator appointed under the principal Ordinance would have possessed if this section had not been enacted.

7. The rights and powers of a liquidator under the Rights and Alien Enemies (Winding up) Ordinances, 1914 to 1917, powers to shall pass, and shall be deemed always to have passed, pass from from liquidator to liquidator, so as to be exercisable by the liquidator to

                       liquidator. liquidator for the time being during his continuance in office.

8.-(1.) In every winding up under the Alien Enemies Distribution (Winding up) Ordinances, 1914 to 1917, it shall be lawful on the for the liquidator to distribute the assets in the first in- footing that

                              interest does stance on the footing that no interest has accrued or shall

not accrue accrue on any debt after the first appointment of a liquida- after the tor of the trade or personal affairs of the person whose commence- assets are about to be or are being distributed : Provided ment of the that nothing in this section shall affect the rights of any winding up. secured creditor in respect of any security held by him.

(2.) Any surplus assets remaining after such distribu- tion may be applied rateably in the payment of claims for interest.

9. In every winding up under the Alien Enemies Priority over (Winding up) Ordinances, 1914 to 1917, the assets shall, debts due to so far as they are available for discharging unsecured debts, enemies. be applied in discharging such debts due to creditors who are not enemies or enemy subjects in priority to the un- secured debts due to creditors who are enemies or enemy subjects: Provided that nothing in this section shall be construed as authorising any payment being made to a creditor who is an enemy or an enemy subject.

10.-(1.) Every liquidator appointed under the princi- Disclaimer. pal Ordinance to wind up the trade or personal affairs of person may, by writing signed by him, with the per- mission of the Governor, disclaim any lease or contract under which such person is subject to any liability.

(2.) Notwithstanding anything contained in section 10 of the principal Ordinance, such disclaimer shall operate to de- termine, as from the date on which the disclaimer is sigued, the rights interests and liabilities of such person under the lease or contract disclaimed, but shall not, except so far as is necessary for the said purpose, affect the rights or liabi- lities of any other person.

(3.) Where the person whose affairs are being wound up was the lessee of any premises, and the liquidator has with the consent of the lessor sublet the said premises or any portion thereof, the lessor, upon such disclaimer, shall not be entitled to distrain on any premises held by such sub- tenant except for the rent formerly payable by the sub- tenant to the liquidator in respect of these premises, and the lessor shall not be entitled to enter on any premises so held by such sub-tenant except for breach of some covenant contained in the sub-lease, if any.

(4.) Notice of such disclaimer shall, so far as is practi- cable, be given to every party to the lease or contract disclaimed other than the person whose affairs are being wound up:

Provided that no such disclaimer shall be void or otherwise affected on the ground only that any notice required by this sub-section shall not have been given.

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Realisation

of securities held by secured creditors.

Enforce- ment of

orders made on applica- tions for directions.

(5.) Any person injured by the operation of a disclaimer under this section shall, to the extent of the injury, be deemed to be a creditor of the person whose trade or personal affairs are being wound up.

(6.) Any person who alleges himself to be so injured shall, within six weeks of his being required by the liquida- tor to do so, furnish to the liquidator a statement of the extent of such injury, verified by statutory declaration, together with the evidence in support of such statement.

(7.) Upon receiving such statement and the evidence in support thereof the liquidator shall proceed to admit or reject such claim or to admit it in part, and, subject to any order made by the Court under the next succeeding sub- section, his decision shall be final for all purposes of the winding up.

(8.) If the party alleging himself to be injured by the operation of the disclaimer shall be dissatisfied with such decision it shall be lawful for him, within one month of such decision being communicated to him, to require the liquida- tor to apply to the Court for directions, and the liquidator shall thereupon apply to the Court for directions, and any order made by the Court on any such application shall be final for all purposes of the winding up. The party alleging himself to be injured shall be entitled to be heard upon any such application.

(9.) It shall be lawful for the Court to enlarge the time limited in sub-section (6) or sub-section (8) of this section upon such terms as the justice of the case may require, and any such enlargement may be ordered although the appli- cation for the same be not made until after the expiration of the time limited.

11.-1.) It shall be lawful for any liquidator appointed under the principal Ordinance to give notice to any secured creditor of the person whose affairs such liquidator has been appointed to wind up to realise his security within such time from the receipt of such notice by the secured creditor as the liquidator may by such notice or by any modification thereof appoint: Provided that the time so appointed shall not be less than one month, and provided that no such notice shall be given except with the permis- sion of the Governor.

(2.) The secured creditor shall realise his security within the time appointed, and shall furnish forthwith to the liquidator an account of the proceeds of such realisation.

(3.) Where the proceeds of such realisation exceed the amount to which the secured creditor is entitled under the terms of the security the secured creditor shall forthwith pay any surplus to the liquidator.

(4.) If there be any dispute as to the amount to which the secured creditor is entitled, or if the secured creditor fail to comply with any of the provisions of this section, the liquidator shall apply to the Court for directions and any order made by the Court on such application shall be final for all purposes of the winding up.

(5.) If the secured creditor fails to realise his security within the time limited the Court may by order vest the property in the liquidator and may give directions as to the sale of the property by the liquidator and may make such order as may be necessary for the purpose of enabling the liquidator to realise the property.

(6.) In this section the words "terms of the security shall include any rights possessed by any corporate body over the shares in such corporate body in respect of debts due to such corporate body.

12 Any order made by the Court on any application by a liquidator for directions under any of the provisions of the Alien Enemies (Winding up) Ordinances, 1914 to 1917, may be enforced in the same manner as any judgment or order of the Court in an action would be enforceable : Provided that no order made on any such application for directions shall be enforced without the permission of the Governor.

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13. No liquidator shall in any winding up under the Liquidators Alien Enemies (Winding up) Ordinances, 1914 to 1917, not to sell or otherwise deal with any immovable property in transfer such a way that it shall, either directly or indirectly and either forthwith or after any interval of time, become pro- prohibited perty under prohibited control.

immovable property to

control.

14.-(1.) No sale or lease of immovable property in any Statutory winding up under the Alien Enemies (Winding up) Ordi- declaration nances, 1914 to 1917, shall be completed unless and until before

completion the purchaser shall have made a statutory declaration in

of sale or the appropriate form set forth in the schedule hereto.

lease.

(2.) Where the sale or lease is to a corporation such declaration shall be made by some officer of the corporation duly authorised thereto by the corporation and approved for that purpose by the liquidator.

and others

transfer

15.-(1.) Except with the permission of the Governor, Purchasers no person by whom any immovable property sold by a liquidator in any winding up under the Alien Enemies not to (Winding up) Ordinances, 1914 to 1917, is or shall be immovable held, shall sell, transfer, lease, mortgage, bequeath or property to otherwise deal with any such property in such a way that prohibited it shall, either directly or indirectly and either forthwith control. or after any interval of time, become property under pro- hibited control.

(2.) If any person contravenes the provisions of this section such person, or in the case of a deccased person his estate, shall forfeit to the Crown the sum of fifty thousand dollars to be recovered at the suit of the Attorney General.

(3.) The penalty provided in this section shall be with- out prejudice to any other penalty, or to any forfeiture, to which any such person or his estate may be liable.

16.-(1.) If any immovable property sold, leased or Forfeiture otherwise dealt with by a liquidator in any winding up of property under the Alien Enemies (Winding up) Ordinances, 1914 transferred

                      to prohibited to 1917, or any part of such property, shall have become control. or shall become property under prohibited control, the Attorney General may apply to the Supreme Court for a declaration that such property or such part thereof be forfeited to the Crown, and the Court shall declare such property or such part thereof to be so forfeited, and there- upon it shall be so forfeited accordingly.

(2.) The forfeiture provided in this section shall be with- out prejudice to any penalty to which any person may be liable.

property

17.-(1.) The Governor may at any time require any Power of person claiming to be the owner of or to be entitled to auy Governor immovable property sold by a liquidator in any winding up to require under the Alien Enemies (Winding up) Ordinances, 1914 owner of to 1917, or any part thereof, to furnish to him in writing to furnish such particulars as may appear to him to be necessary to certain enable him to ascertain whether or not such property or particulars. such part thereof is under prohibited control, and in the case of a corporation may require any officer of the cor- poration to furnish the required particulars.

(2.) If any person fails when required to furnish such particulars as it is in his power to give or ascertain, or furnishes particulars which are false in any material particular, he shall be liable upon summary conviction to imprisonment for any term not exceeding one year and to a fine not exceeding five thousand dollars.

(3.) Where any particulars have been furnished in accordance with this section such particulars may be used in evidence against the person or corporation by whom they are furnished in any proceedings under this Ordinance, and the fact that any person who has been required to furnish particulars in accordauce with this section refuses or neglects to furnish such particulars as it is in his power to give or ascertain or furnishes particulars which are false in any material particular shall be primâ facie evidence in the case of proceedings under this Ordinance that such property or such part thereof is under prohibited control.

176

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 30, 1917.

Goodwill and trade marks vested in

Custodian.

Ordinance No. 40 of 1909. Ordinance No. 4 of 1890.

Ordinance No. 40 of 1909.

Validity of acts of liquidators.

Protection

18. The following are hereby vested in the Custodian of Enemy Property as from the commencement of this Ordinance :-

(a) The goodwill of every trade formerly carried on in the Colony by any person who is, or at any time since the 4th day of August, 1914, has been an alien enemy, or by any such any other person, person in partnership with except in so far as any such goodwill may have been validly transferred before the 5th day of August, 1914, to some person who is not, and has not since the 4th day of August, 1914, been, an alien enemy.

(b) All rights whatsoever in respect of any trade mark as defined in the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909, or in respect of any trade description as defined in the Merchandise Marks Ordinance, 1890, which are vested in or exercisable by any person who is, or at any time since the 4th August, 1914, has been, an alien enemy, or which would be exercisable by any such person but for the existence of a state of war and had he continued to possess such rights up to the commencement of this Ordinance.

(c) Without prejudice to any other provision in this section contained, the goodwill of every trade formerly carried on in the Colony by any person whose affairs are being, or have been, wound up by a liquidator appointed under the principal Ordinance, and all rights whatsoever in respect of any trade mark or trade description used in connection with such goodwill or trade which are vested in or exercisable by any such person or which would be exercisable by any such person but for the existence of a state of war and had he continued to possess such rights up to the commencement of this Ordinance. (d) The goodwill herein referred to shall not, for the purposes of this Ordinance and of vesting the aforesaid rights in the Custodian of Enemy Property, be deemed to have determined by reason of the principal Ordinance or of the existence or continued existence of a state of war or of any circumstances arising therefrom, but the said trade marks shall be deemed to have been lawfully transmitted to the Custo- dian of Enemy Property and shall remain vested in him notwithstanding the actual de- termination of the said goodwill if such good- will have in fact determined or do hereafter determine.

(e) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 30 of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909, no such trade mark shall be able to removal from the register for non-payment of the fee for renewal except by order of the Governor.

(f) Any such trade mark which since the com- mencement of the principal Ordinance has been removed from the register for non-payment of the fee for renewal shall be restored to the register and shall be deemed to be a trade mark the rights in respect of which are vested by this Ordinance in the Custodian of Enemy Property.

19. No act of any liquidator appointed under the princi- pal Ordinance to wind up the trade or personal affairs of any person shall be deemed invalid by reason only of the fact that at the time when the act was done such person was not an alien enemy, or had died, or had ceased to exist.

20. No legal proceeding of any kind whatsoever, civil of liquidators or criminal, shall without the permission of the Governor and public be brought against any liquidator or any public officer in respect of any act or omission connected in any manner whatsoever with any winding up under the Alien Enemies

officers.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 30, 1917.

(Winding up) Ordinances, 1914 to 1917, whether such act or omission have occurred before the commencement of this Ordinance or may occur hereafter.

21. The provisions of the Alien Enemies (Winding up) Provisions Ordinances, 1914 to 1917, shall continue to be in force to continue until such time as the Governor may order otherwise, either in force. generally or in a particular case, notwithstanding that by reason of the cessation of a state of war or for any other cause whatsoever any person whose rights may be affected by any of the said provisions shall have ceased to be an alien enemy or an enemy or an enemy subject.

22.-(1.) The following schedule is added to the Alien Schedule Enemies (Winding up) Ordinances, 1914 to 1917.

(2.) It shall be lawful for the Governor in Council to amend the said schedule in any way whatsoever.

I

Schedule.

DECLARATION BY AN INDIVIDUAL PURCHASER.

(Description of property.)

of

and sincerely declare as follows :-

I am a

business at

do solemnly

subject and reside and carry on and I am not an enemy or enemy subject as those terms are respectively defined in the Alien Enemies (Winding up) Ordinances, 1914 to 1917.

I further solemnly and sincerely declare that there is no arrangement of any kind whatsoever under which I am to hold the property above described, or any part thereof, wholly or partly for or on behalf of or in trust for or for the benefit of or so that it shall in any way be or come under the control of any enemy or enemy subject or cor- poration under enemy control as those terms are respec- tively defined in the aforesaid Ordinances, either alone or jointly with another or others.

And I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing the same to be true and by virtue of the pro- visions of the Statutory Declarations Act, 1835.

added.

177

(Signed)

A. B.

Declared at

in Hongkong

this

day of

191 .

Before me,

(Signed)

C. D.

I

the

*

DECLARATION ON BEHALF OF A CORPORATION.

(Description of property.)

of of †

*Here insert

hereinafter called "the corporation", being duly authorised the office of by the corporation to make this declaration do solemnly the person and sincerely declare as follows :-

making the declaration,

The corporation is not an enemy or a corporation under e.g., secre- enemy control as those terms are respectively defined in tary. the Alien Enemies (Winding up) Ordinances, 1914 to 1917, + Here insert and to the best of my knowledge and belief there is no the name of arrangement whatsoever under which the corporation is to the corpora- hold the property above described, or any part thereof, tion. wholly or partly for or on behalf of or in trust for or for the benefit of or so that it shall in any way come under the control of any enemy or enemy subject or corporation under enemy control as those terms are respec- tively defined in the aforesaid Ordinances, either alone or jointly with another or others.

178

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 30, 1917.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 30, 1917.

179

180-

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 30, 1917!

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 30, 1917.

181

No. 133. The revised lists of persons to whom articles to be exported to China and Siam may be consigned, which were published as Notification No. 28, and amended by Notifications No. 29, No. 40, No. 53, No. 66, and No. 113, published in the Gazettes of January 26th, February 9th, 16th, and 23rd, and March 23rd, 1917, respectively, are hereby further amended as follows:-

China.

Add the following names:-

Berger & Sons, Lewis, Ltd.

China Trading Co. (Tin Fah Hong). Dick, Bellamy & Co., Shanghai.

Hurst & Co., M., Ltd.

Russian Internal & Export Trading Co.

Corrections:-

Brandt & Co.

should read

Brandt & Co., A.. Hankow.

China Traders' Insurance Co., Ltd.

""

Fukul & Co., Shanghai.

""

British Traders' Insurance Co., Ltd., Shanghai. Fukui & Co., Shanghai.

Gadai Yoko.

Handa Menko, Shanghai.

Hattori Yoko.

""

Gidai Yoko, Shanghai.

""

Handa Menko & Co., Shanghai.

Hattori, K., Shanghai.

"}

Heiman & Co., S., Shanghai.

""

R

Heiman & Co.

Hsing-li & Co., Chungking.

Kakiage & Co., Shanghai. Nisshin Yabuko, Shanghai.

Osaka Kobayashi Shiten, Shanghai, Osaka Shosen Kaisha, Canton. Sowa Yoko, Shanghai.

Toa & Co.

Toa Tobacco Co., Newchwang.

*

""

22

13

* * * *

>>

Hsing-li & Co., Chungking and Shanghai.

Kakiage & Co., B., Shanghai.

Nisshin Yakubo, Shanghai.

Osaka Kobayashi Shoten, Shanghai.

Osaka Shosen Kaisha, Canton and Shanghai.

Sowa & Co., K., Shanghai.

Toa & Co., Ltd., Tientsin.

Remove the following names:-

London Ladies' Tailors. San-Sui-ken.

Toa Tobacco Co., Newchwang and Shanghai.

Siam.

Add the following names:-

Capper, J. C. (The Ceylon and Australia Produce Stores), Bangkok. Ceylon and Australia Produce Stores (Capper, J. C.), Bangkok.

Holck, H. von (Siam Packing Co.), Bangkok,

Langkat Oil Co. (Foran, J. H.), Senggora.

Peng Hak Chieng (Tia Peng Ngee), Bangkok.

No. 134. It is hereby notified that Mr. WILLIAM JAMES CARRIE, Cadet, passed his final examination in Cantonese on the 1st March, 1917.

30th March, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

TREASURY.

No. 135.-The Treasurer's attention has been directed to the fact that the provi- sions of the Stamp Ordinance, 1901, as to affixing and cancelling stamps on receipts for money are evaded by many residents and that Honorary Officials of local Societies are habitual offenders. This notice is therefore issued so that parties concerned may take warning and they are reminded that a penalty of $100 for non-compliance may be inflicted in each case.

30th March, 1917.

182

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 30, 1917.

No. 136.

FINANCIAL RETURNS

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE REVENUE AND

Revenue for

Light Dues ...

Estimates,

Actual Revenue to

same

HEADS OF REVENUE.

1916.

31st Dec.,

1916.

period of preceding

Increase.

Decrease.

Year.

$

$

85,000.00

75,031.83

75,475.75

Light Dues, Special Assessment

102,000.00 87,445.72

93,008.43

Licences and Internal Revenue not otherwise specified

8,557,165.00 10,564,180.38 9,075,359.04

1,488,821.34

Fees of Court or Office, Payments for specific purposes,

and Reimbursements in Aid

660,985.00 864,964.26

697,079.90

167,884.36

Post Office

Kowloon-Canton Railway

353,500.00

371,081.07 410,930.82

39,849.75

432,600.00

366,215.67

316,696.14

49,519.53

Rent of Government Property, Land and Houses

919,870.00

966,666.62

933,868.55

32,798.07

Interest

Miscellaneous Receipts

:

100.00

1,091,61

147,790.00 147,288.32 129,260.00

1,091.61

18,028.32

$

443.92

*

5,562.71

TOTAL, (exclusive of Land Sales)

·¡11,259,010.00 13,483,815.23 11,691,828.88 | 1,797,992.98

6,006.63

Land Sales, (Premia on New Leases)

TOTAL,

Deduct

Net...

:

:

150,000.00 349,571.63

94,277.85

255,293.78

11,409,010.00 13,833,386.86 11,786,106.73 2,053,286.76

6,006.63

6,006.63

2,047,280.13

R

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 30, 1917.

FOR THE YEAR 1916.

EXPENDITURE FOR THE PERIOD ENDED 30TH DECEMBER, 1916.

TREASURY.

183

HEADS OF EXPENDITURE.

Estimates, 1916

Actual Expenditure to 31st Dec., 1916.

Expenditure for same period of preceding Year.

Increase.

Decrease.

¡

$

Governor

86,373.00

83,708.01

82,351.63 1,356.38

Colonial Secretary's Department and Legislature ...

87,201.00

73,638.42 85,380.82

11,742.40

Secretariat for Chinese Affairs

:

:

57,552.00

54,966.19 53,188.73

1,777.46

Audit Department ..

:

34,246.00

30,722.02 31,058.99

336.97

Treasury ...

Harbour Master's Department

Imports & Exports Department ...

Royal Observatory

:

Miscellaneous Services...

Do.

Do.

Judicial and Legal Departments...

Police and Prison Departments

Medical Departments

Sanitary Department

Botanical and Forestry Department

Education

Military Expenditure ...

Public Works Department

Post Office

Recurrent

Extraordinary

Kowloon-Canton Railway-Working Expenses

Do.

Charge on account of Public Debt

Pensions

Charitable Services

:

:

:

;

:

:

:

:

F:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

66,006.00

65,360.69 67,693.25

2,332.56

321,467.00

363,062.94 257,325.24 105,737.70

967,774.00

753,228.85 777,935-52

24,706.67

22,899.00

21,977.78

23,233-12

1,255.34

1,113,289.00 1,318,494.52 1,724,993.78

406,499.26

281,362.00 253,457.27

268,167.94

14,710.67

981,319.00

869,859.05

940,214.29

70,355.24

249,769.00 224,653.30

228,200.17

3,546.87

385,598.00 351,967.14 343,903.19

8,063.95

49,216.00 47,325.89

360,082.00

49,404.56

2,078.67

321,101.68 328,072.09

6,970.41

2,102,458.00 2,174,833.82 2,151,388.70

23,445.12

455,534.00

580,400.00

401,205.44 399,700.76

624,872.51 558,448.03

1,504.68

66,424.48

1,279,400.00 1,246,871.75 | 1,839,882.01

593,010.26

476,099.00 318,982.54 407,721.09

88,738.55

313,905.00 296,691.63 297,265.97

574.34

Expenses of Construction...

:

386,198.00 198,718.49 3,062,388.59

819,890.00 640,069.15 794,002.86

352,000.00 309,271.62 339,049.40

34,874.12 42,737.00

38,296.81

2,863,670.10

153,933-71

29,777.78

3,422.69

TOTAL,

Deduct

Net

11,882,774.00 11,079,914.82 15,149,267.54

208,309.77 4,277,662.49

208,309.77

:

:

:

:

4,069,352.72

184 THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 30, 1917.

Statement of Assets and Liabilities on the 30th December, 1916.

LIABILITIES.

Deposits not Available,

C.

ASSETS.

$

C.

674,573.47

Subsidiary Coins,..........

Advances,

282,283.66

124,658.73

Postal Agencies,

25,720.62

Imprest,......

240.35

Overdraft, Crown Agents' Current Account,

829.33

House Service Account,

6,586.21

Crown Agents' Deposit Account,

1,202,162.15

Unallocated Stores, (P.W.D.),

290,032.26

Total Liabilities,

701,123.42

Unallocated Stores, (Railway), .

145,999.05

Balance,.

2,300.785.20

Coal Account,

93,258.00

Balance, Bank,.

856,688.21

Total,............$ 3,001,908.62

Total,.

$ 3,001,908.62

Statement of Funded Public Debt or Loans borrowed for Fixed Periods outstanding on the 30th December, 1916, and of the Accumulated Sinking Fund at the same date.

Designation of Debt or Loan.

Hongkong 6 % War Loan.

Legal Authority.

Amount Outstanding.

Ordinance No. 12 of 1916.

$2,250,000

JOINT SINKING FUND 1916,

Amount of Stock, &c.

Cost Price.

Market Value.

Nil.

Hongkong 3% Inscribed Stock.

Ordinances Nos. 1 & 2 of 1893 and No. 11 of 1905.

21st March, 1917.

£1,485,732.16.5 Antigua,

Barbadoes.

.4 % Stock. 33%

"

Hope,

British Guiana,...3% Cape of Good

Ceylon, (1934), ...4

Do., (1934-59).3}

Do., (1940), % Exchequer Bonds,

""

£ s. d. 500. 0. 0 18,059.16. 5 2,000. 0. 0

£ s. d. 501.17. 16,735.15. 1,932.17.

3

27

:)

%

2,000. 0. 0 1,819.10. 0 6,448.18.10 11,255.10. 2

(1920),

%

Exchequer Bonds,

(1921),............5 Exchequer Bonds,

%

""

(1920),

Gold Coast,.

%

300. 0. 0

400. 0. 0

8,374. 6. 4 1.800. 0. 0

Do.,

3

11

12,547.12. 9

300. 0. 0

400. 0. 0

8,374. 6. 4 1,508.16. 6 10,708.10. 5

*

1,941. 1.0 1,533. 2. 6 6,172. 4. 1 7,569.16. 7

£ s. d. (78) 390, 0. 0 (70 ) 12,641.17. 5 (62) 1,240. 0. 0

(62) 1,240. 0, 0

(70) 4.514. 5. 2 (64) 7,203.10. 6

300.[0. 0

(82) 1,491.19.10

400. 0. 0

8,374. 6. 4

(79)

1,422. 0. 0

(61)

7.654. 1. 2

Do.,

.33%

12,115. 7.10

11,673.12. 2

(68)

8,238. 9. 4

Grenada,

(1917-42),

.4

%

;)

1,100. 0. 0

India,

..3%

3,982.18. 1

Jamaica,

""

9,777.16. 0

Do.,

Do.,

Montserrat,

.34% .3 % .41%

:9

Natal,

Do.,

Queensland,

Do..

St. Lucia,

(1939)....

New Zealand,. ..3

Sierra Leone,

South Australia,

South Nigeria

(Lagos), .........3} %

""

.31

5,471.18.11 2,446.12. 3 194. 8.10 306.19.10 2,000. 0. 0 1.742. 5. 2

866. 7.0 3,786.13. 6 9,760. 5.11 4,904. 1. 2 1,841. 5. 6 195.14. 2 271. 0.10 1,921. 8. 8

(77)

847. 0. 0

(65) 2,608.16. 1 (81) 7,920. C. 4 (69) 3,775.12.10 (61) 1,492. 8. 8

*

194. 8.10

(61)

187. 5. 4

(62)

1,240, 0, 0

1,640.12. 7

(71

1,237. 0. 1

......3

"}

2,000. 0. 0

1,948. 5.10

(61)

1,220. 0. 0

.31

5,000. 0. 0

4,777.11. 2

(69)

3,450. 0. 0

71

..4 %

800. 3. 5

带带

4%

322. 1.10

19

.31%

*

1,293.16. 5 (70)

(70) 31,877.13. 3

767.16. 8 (79 262.11. 1 (81)

260.17.11

840. 0. 0

632. 2. S

Straits Settle-

ments,

31%

Treasury Bill,.

"

Trinidad,

.4

Do.,

Victoria,

.3 % .33%

:

War Loan, .........4%

Western Austra-

lia, (1915-35),...3 %

""

Western Austra-

lia, (1916-36),...3 %

""

Less Treasury Bill Redeemed,

Total,..........

696.19.10

2,000. 0. 0

254,174. 1. 8 234,870. 6. 6

1,100. 0. 0

1,100. 0. 0

£253,074. 1. 8 £233,770. 6. 6

1,200. 0. 0

45,539.10. 4

54,638.16.4 1,100. 0. 0 13,138. 8.10 10,003. 8. 0 5,000. 0. 0 8,090.11. 8

43,505. 6.0

50,360. 8. 1 1,086. 2. 9 12,646. 6.10 8,487. 8. 2 4,734. 8. 6 7,959.12. 3

*

(69 )37,700.15. 8 0. 0. 0 (81 ) 10,642. 2. 9 (63) 6,302. 2.10 (81) 4,050, 0. 0 7,959.12. 3

*

584. 7. 8 (69 )

480.18. 6

1,916.16.11 | (68 ) 1,360. 0. 0

181,389. 7. 9

0. 0. 0

£181,389. 7. 9

* No quotation given of market rate.

A. M. THOMSON, Treasurer.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 30, 1917. 185

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 137. 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, 1917:---

Date.

Apr. 1st,

Ends.

Begins.

Date.

Ends.

Begins.

6.06 a.m.

6.48 p.m. Apr. 11th,

5.56 a.m.

Date. 6.53 p.m. Apr. 21st,

Ends.

5.47 a.m.

Begins. 6.57 p.m.

""

2nd,

6.04

6.50

12th.

5.55

6.53

22nd,

5.47

6.57

*:

29

""

""

29

""

""

3rd.

6.03

6.50

13th, 5.54

6.54

23rd,

5.46

6.57

""

""

""

"?

4th, 6.02

6.51

""

""

14th,

5.54

6.54

24th,

5.45

6.57

""

""

5th,

6.01

6.51

15th,

5.53

6.54

25th. 5.45

6.57

};

""

"

";

""

72

77

27

6th, 6.01

6.51

16th,

5.52

6.54

26th.

5.44

6.58

"?

""

"

.་

99

"

7th, 6.00

6.51

17th,

5.51

6.54

"

""

""

""

27th,

5.43

6.59

77

""

""

8th,

5.59

6.51

18th.

3.50

6.54

28th, 5.42

6.59

""

""

99

""

77

""

9th,

5.58

6.52

""

":

19th, 5.49

6.55

"

29th, 6.41

6.59

""

""

10th, 5.57

6.53

""

20th, 5.48

6.56

!

""

30th, 5.41

6.50

""

27

30th March, 1917.

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

Harbour Master, &c.

SUPREME COURT.

No. 138. It is hereby notified that at the expiration of three months from the date hereof the TSUI TIN HOTEL, LIMITED, will, unless cause is shewn to the contrary, be struck off the Register and the Company will be dissolved.

29th March, 1917.

HUGH A. NISBET,

Registrar of Companies.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 139. 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. 3 of 1917.

27th March, 1917.

Naamlooze Vennootschap "Norit" Witsuiker Maatschappij. a Limited Liability Company other- wise known as the Norit White Sugar Company, as assignees of Abraham Wijnberg of 567 Heeren- gracht, Amsterdam, in the Kingdom of Holland.

567, Heerengracht, Amsterdam, Holland.

An invention for a new or improved method for rendering cane sugar and beet sugar juices and cane sugar and beet sugar con- taining solutions more suitable for filtration.

28th March, 1917.

E. CARPMAEL, Registrar of Trade Marks.

:

188

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 5, 1917.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 140.

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 5th day of April, 1917.

The list which was published in the Gazette of the 21st July, 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, No. 3, and which was amended by the lists published in the Gazettes of the 4th, 18th and 25th August, 1st, 15th and 22nd September, 6th, 20th and 27th October, 17th November, 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th December, 1916, 5th, 19th and 26th January, 2nd and 23rd February, and 2nd, 16th and 30th March, 1917, is hereby further amended by the variation and addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto :-

5 Mar., 1917.

SCHEDULE.

Additions to List.

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

Arnold, W. O., Medan.

Bangoen Estate, East Coast, Sumatra.

Bangoen Landbouw Maatschappij, East Coast, Sumatra. Borneo Industrie Maatschappij, Bandjermasin. Caffin, J., Gorontalo.

Duitsch Indische Cultuur Maatschappij, Sourabaya. Forrer, Gustav, Tebbing Tinggi. Glukmann, L. G., Sourabaya. Haan, Louis de, Medan.

Hashimoto Brothers, Sourabaya. Hoeven, Emil van der, Batavia. Leersum, O. van, Sourabaya. Limoesnongal Estate, Java. Loebell, M., Sourabaya.

Marihat Sumatra Plantagen Cie., East Coast, Sumatra. Moerkerken, L. van, Sourabaya.

5 Mar., 1917.

5 Mar., 1917.

5 Mar., 1917.

5 Mar., 1917.

5 Mar., 1917.

5 Mar., 1917.

5 Mar., 1917.

5 Mar., 1917.

5 Mar., 1917.

5 Mar., 1917.

5 Mar., 1917.

5 Mar., 1917.

5 Mar., 1917.

5 Mar., 1917.

5 Mar., 1917.

5 Mar., 1917.

5 Mar., 1917.

5 Mar., 1917.

5 Mar., 1917.

5 Mar., 1917.

5 Mar., 1917.

5 Mar., 1917.

5 Mar., 1917.

5 Mar., 1917.

5 Mar., 1917.

5 Mar., 1917.

Tjimoelang Estate, Java.

5 Mar., 1917.

5 Mar., 1917.

5 Mar., 1917.

5 Mar., 1917.

Wolffs Stoomkoffie Branderij, Sourabaya.

Nagara Estate, Java.

Pantoean Estate, East Coast, Sumatra.

Priboean Cultuur Maatschappij, East Coast, Sumatra. Rohrig, F. A. C., Sourabaya.

Soe Hoo Sing Handel Maatschappij, Sourabaya. Soengei Bloetoe Estate, East Coast, Sumatra. Still, Otto, Batavia.

Technische Bureau De Vlijt, Sourabaya. Tjikopo Noord Estate, Java.

Tjietembong Estate, Java.

Vries, Maison de, Sourabaya.

Weeren, H. van, Sourabaya.

Wolffs Machinefabriek, Sourabaya.

NOTE (1).-Where a firm named in the List has more than one branch in the same country, all branches in that country are held to be included in the List even in cases where no address, or of several addresses, one only is specifically mentioned.

NOTE (2).-The above additions and removals were made in the United Kingdom on the dates which appear opposite to the respective names.

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No. 141.

Regulations relating to Launches and Motor Boats.

189

  Regulations made by the Governor in Council under Section 37 of the Merchant Ship- ping Ordinance, 1899, Ordinance No. 10 of 1899, on the 5th day of April, 1917.

  The regulations contained in Table E of the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, are hereby repealed and the following regulations are substituted therefor :-

Table E.

REGULATIONS FOR LAUNCHES AND MOTOR BOATS.

and motor

1. Subject to the provisions of Regulation 35, all launches and motor Launches boats shall be licensed in the manner directed by these Regulations, and no person shall have or use any unlicensed launch or motor boat.

2. The owner of any launch or motor boat, before obtaining a licence, shall cause his launch or motor boat to be surveyed by the Government Marine Surveyor.

boats to be licensed.

Launches and motor

boats to be surveyed before issue

of licence.

3. The certificate of the Government Marine Surveyor shall contain Particulars statements of the following particulars:--

(a) That the hull, length

breadth

depth

tons, is sufficient for the service intended, and is in good condition.

(b) The number of passengers which the vessel is fit to carry according to the following scale :-

(i) for vessels plying within the harbour limits or between any ports or places in the Island of Hongkong, provided that the western entrance to the harbour is used both in going and coming, at the rate of 7 superficial feet of the upper or weather deck and of the deck immediately below the upper deck for each passenger and member of the crew.

(ii) for vessels plying to places within the "Local Trade Limits", or within the sheltered and partially sheltered waters of Mirs Bay, Castle Peak, or Deep Bay, at the rate of 10 superficial feet of the upper or weather deck and of the deck immediately below the upper deck for each passenger and member of the crew; and

(iii) for vessels plying to places outside the "Local Trade Limits" at the rate of 2 passengers for every 3 tons of the vessel's tonnage.

(c) That the master possesses a certificate of qualification recognised by the Board of Trade, or a certificate of competency from the Harbour Master.

(d) That there is provision on board for the shelter of deck passen- gers, and that there are not less than 2 approved life-buoys on board.

(e) That the vessel, if carrying passengers outside the harbour limits, has at least one boat in such a position that she can readily be got into the water, and in addition approved buoyant apparatus or approved life- belts, and approved life-buoys, at least sufficient with the boats to keep afloat all persons carried on board (at least 4 approved life-buoys shall be carried).

(f) That the vessel is properly fitted with bow and mast-head lights and also a riding light, in accordance with section 37 (16).

(g) That the vessel is properly found with anchors and chains. (h) That the crew is sufficient for the requirements of the vessel. (i) The time for which the said hull and equipment will be sufficient. That the machinery and boiler of the vessel are sufficient for the service intended, and in good condition, and that the safety valve is so constructed as to be out of the control of the engineer when the steam is up, and is not loaded beyond the pressure permitted by the Surveyor's certificate.

(k) The time for which such boiler and machinery will be sufficient. (1) That the engineer of the vessel possesses a certificate of qualification recognised by the Board of Trade, or a certificate of competency from the Harbour Master.

In the case of motor boats the following shall be substituted for (j), (k) and (1):-----

in certificate of survey.

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Fee for certificate.

Issue of licence for vessels.

Form of licence.

Licence to be kept on board.

Every vessel must have certificated

master and engineer.

Improper use of licence, etc.

Painting of name, etc., on vessel.

Vessel to be

clean and in good repair.

Fee for licence.

(m) That the machinery of the vessel is sufficient for the service intended and is in good condition.

(n) The time for which such machinery will be sufficient.

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(o) That the engineer of the vessel possesses a certificate of competency as Motor Engineer" from the Harbour Master or such other certificate as may be recognised by him.

4. A fee of $15 shall be paid for each certificate.

5. On the receipt of the certificate, the Harbour Master will cause a licence to be issued to the owner empowering the vessel therein described to ply as therein mentioned for a period not exceeding 12 months: Provid- ed that no such licence shall be granted unless the intended licensee enters into a bond, in the form provided in Schedule B to this Table, together with one or more sureties resident in the Colony and approved of by the Harbour Master, conditioned in a sum not exceeding 1,500 dollars for the observance of the conditions of such licence.

6. The licence shall be in the form of Schedule A appended to this Table.

7. Such licence shall at all times, except where otherwise provided by law, be kept on board the vessel for which it is issued, and shall be produced on demand to any harbour or police or revenue officer.

8. No launch or motor boat shall, subject to the proviso contained in Regulation 34, be under way without a master and engineer each holding either a certificate of qualification recognised by the Board of Trade or a certificate of competency from the Harbour Master as provided by Regulation 16.

9. No person shall use any licence, clearance permit, or other document granted under the provisions of this section in respect of any launch or motor boat other than the one therein mentioned.

10. Every vessel licensed under these Regulations shall have her name in English and Chinese legibly painted on her stern and on each bow together with the number of passengers she is licensed to carry.

11. Every such vessel shall be kept in a proper state of cleanliness and repair.

12. (a) The fees to be paid for licence shall be according to the following scale :-

For vessels licensed to ply only within the Harbour Limits.

Vessels under 10 tons,.

10 tons to 20 tons,

For vessels licenesd to ply to and from and between any places in the waters of the Colony.

$20 per annum.

21

$10

20

30

20

30

30

40

""

30

40

40

50

"

40

50

50

60

"

"}

50

60

60

70.

"

Scale of hire.

(b) The above scale is for twelve months.

(e) For six months six-twelfths of the fee will be charged, for nine months nine-twelfths, and so on at the rate of one-twelfth for each month. But no fee is to be less in amount than three-twelfths.

13. The following is the maximum scale of hire for launches and motor boats within Local Trade Limits :-

1st class, Vessels of 40 tons and upwards not ex-

ceeding 60 tons-

For 1st hour...

Each subsequent hour

2nd class, Vessels of 20 tons and upwards being

less than 40 tons-

For 1st hour.......

Each subsequent hour

3rd class, Vessels of less than 20 tons

For 1st hour.......

Each subsequent hour

5

4

3

&

F

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 5, 1917.

14. If the space measured for passenger accommodation is at any time Deduction occupied by cargo or passengers' luggage then one passenger is to be from number deducted for every 7 superficial feet of space so occupied.

of pas-

sengers.

15. No dangerous goods as defined by the Dangerous Goods Ordi- Dangerous nance, 1873, in whatever quantity shall be carried at the same time as

goods not to be carried passengers.

with pas- sengers.

a

Master may

issue certi-

16. The Harbour Master may issue a certificate of competency as mas- Harbour ter or engineer of launches or motor boats. A fee of two dollars and half for the examination of any person for such certificate shall be pay- ficates of able to the Harbour Master at the time of the examination, and such competency; master or engineer shall, if he obtains a certificate, produce 3 copies of a fee for photograph of himself, one to be attached to his certificate of competency, examination; one to be attached to the licence of any vessel to which he may belong or

                                   photographs. hereafter belong, and one for record in the Harbour Office; and when a master or engineer is transferred from one launch or motor boat to an- other he shall produce a photograph of himself to be attached to the licence of the vessel to which he is to be transferred.

of motor

17. The examination for certificates of competency for engineers of Examination motor boats (to be styled "Motor Engineers") shall be limited to the for engineers knowledge and management of the engines of motor boats. The several boats. types of motors in the management of which each such engineer has qualified shall be noted on his certificate.

18. If, at any time subsequent to the granting of a certificate of Renewal of competency, it shall appear to the Harbour Master that the photograph photograpli. attached thereto fails to accurately represent the holder, he may call upon the said holder to produce 3 copies of a photograph which shall accurately represent him for use as provided in Regulation 16.

19. If any master or engineer qualified as such according to these Re-examina- Regulations shall at any time be unemployed for any period exceeding tion before 2 years as shown by the record book, he shall be re-examined before engagement. engagement for duty in such a capacity in a launch or motor boat with- out a fee unless a new certificate is required.

20. The master of every launch or motor boat shall within 18 hours Report of after arrival at any port in the Colony report such arrival at the Harbour arrival. Master's office or at the nearest Harbour Master's station and shall deposit the licence and shall furnish the particulars required for entry in the Record of Voyages, and the said particulars shall thereupon be entered in the licence and in a register to be kept for the purpose.

21. The master of every launch or motor boat about to leave any port Notice of in the Colony shall either at the Harbour Master's office or at the nearest departure. Harbour Master's station give notice of such intended departure and shall furnish the particulars required for entry in the Record of Voyages and the said particulars shall thereupon be entered in the licence and the licence shall be returned to the master; provided always that in case the said launch or motor boat does not leave the said port within 24 hours after the return of the licence the master shall report either at the Harbour Master's office or at the nearest Harbour Master's station and shall redeposit the licence if required to do so.

22. No launch or motor boat shall leave any port between 6 p.m. and Night 6 a.m. from October to March inclusive, or between 7 p.m. and 5 a.m. clearance. from April to September inclusive, without a night clearance for which a fee of one dollar shall be paid.

23. Regulations 20, 21 and 22 shall not apply in the case of any launch Pleasure or motor boat on occasions when it is used solely for purposes of pleasure. trips.

24. The Harbour Master may on payment of a fee of 25 cents grant Special to any master of a launch or motor boat a special permit which shall be permit. sufficient warrant or authority for the doing of any act mentioned in such permit.

25. No master of a launch or motor boat shall knowingly give untrue Untrue particulars to the Harbour Master or to the Government Marine Surveyor particulars. or to any officer deputed by them to obtain such particulars.

26. The owner of every launch and motor boat shall have such launch Periodical or motor boat surveyed by the Government Marine Surveyor yearly or survey. half yearly, as he may in each case direct, and the requirements of such

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Use of un- surveyed launch or motor boat.

Reporting of

name of master, etc., engaged;

or dis- charged.

Production

of certificate

on engage- ment.

Reporting of discharge by

master.

Record of

surveyor shall be complied with, and thereupon a certificate to that effect shall be given by such surveyor to the owner on payment of a fee of $10 in respect of each survey, and such certificate shall then be produced to the Harbour Master without undue delay.

27. No owner, master, or person in charge of any launch or motor boat shall use the same before obtaining such certificate of survey.

28. Every owner of any launch or motor boat shall report to the Har- bour Master the name of, and the number of the certificate held by, every master and engineer engaged by him for such launch or motor boat within 48 hours of such engagement.

29. Every owner of any launch or motor boat shall report to the Harbour Master the name of, and the number of the certificate held by, every master and engineer of such launch or motor boat discharged by him, giving the reason for such discharge, within 48 hours of such discharge.

30. Every master and engineer of any launch or motor boat holding a certificate shall, on engagement, produce such certificate to the Harbour Master for registration, and shall pay for such registration a fee of 50

cents.

31. Every master and engineer of any launch or motor boat shall, on discharge, report such discharge to the Harbour Master within 48 hours of such discharge, and shall produce his certificate.

32. A record shall be kept in the Harbour Master's office, setting engagements forth the dates of engagement and discharge of all certificated masters and dis- and engineers of launches or motor boats, the reason for their discharge, charges.

and all complaints and charges against them, and any punishments awarded in respect thereof by the Marine or other Magistrate, or by the Harbour Master. Such record shall be open to inspection by owners of launches or motor boats or their representatives.

Certificates

of com-

33. The certificates of competency of masters and engineers of launches or motor boats, while under way in the waters of the Colony, petency to be shall be kept on board the vessel, ready to be produced for inspection

by the Harbour Master or his deputy, or by any officer of police.

on board the vessel.

Harbour

Master may

permit engineer

with master's certificate to

34. It shall be lawful for the Harbour Master in such special cases as he may think fit to issue a permit to any motor boat carrying a certi- ficated motor engineer, who also holds a master's certificate under the rules in this Table, to be under way in the waters of the Colony in charge of such engineer only. Such permit shall be in writing and shall be in charge be signed by the Harbour Master and shall be subject to the conditions therein contained: Provided always that it shall not be necessary for any motor boat not exceeding 35 feet in length over all (and not plying for hire) to carry a certificated master or engineer.

of boat.

Exemption of motor boats used solely for pleasure.

35. These Regulations shall not apply to any motor boat which is used solely for purposes of pleasure.

Audit No..........

Schedule A.

FORM OF LICENCE BOOK.

Back of Cover.

Hongkong Government.

Launch

Licence Book.

*

or,

within

Licence to ply

*

the Harbour the Colony *.

limits (as the

case may be).

Motor Boat.

to and from and between any places in the waters of

Name of Launch

Licence No.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 5, 1917.

193

Inside Cover.

This licence has been granted under Section 37 of the Merchant Ship- ping Ordinance, 1899, and the Regulations contained in Table E of the Schedule to the said Ordinance to

in respect of the

Launch Motor Boat

.which is

hereby authorised to ply* to and from and between any places in the waters of the Colony * subject to the provisions of the said Ordinance and to any regulations made thereunder.

*

or, within the Harbour limits(as the case may be).

Extract from Conditions of Licence.

1. If any licensed launch or motor boat carries more persons than it is entitled to carry under the conditions of its licence, the owner and mas- ter shall be liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars and to imprisonment for any term not exceeding three months.

2. No launch or motor boat shall be under way without a master and engineer each holding either a certificate of qualification recognised by the Board of Trade or a certificate of competency from the Harbour Master.

3. If any person places on the safety valve of any licensed launch any greater pressure than is allowed under the conditions of the licence, he shall be liable upon summary conviction to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars and to imprisonment for any term not exceeding three months.

4. Every launch and motor boat shall comply as to lights and in all other respects with the International Collision. Regulations.

5. Every vessel licensed under these Regulations shall have her name in English and Chinese legibly painted on her stern and on each bow together with the number of passengers she is licensed to carry.

6. The licence shall at all times except where otherwise provided by law be kept on board the vessel for which it is issued, and shall be pro- duced on demand to any harbour or police or revenue officer.

7. No master of a launch or motor boat shall knowingly give untrue particulars to the Harbour Master or the Government Marine Surveyor or to any officer deputed by them to obtain such particulars.

Sheet 3.

Licence No...

The Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, Section 37.

Name of Launch/Motor Boat...

Length

Breadth..

Depth

Name of Owner

Address

Name of Master

Address

Name of Engineer

Address

Feet.

Inches.

Gross Tonnage CapacityNett Tonnage

Number of persons licensed to carry-

Within the Harbour limits

or between ports in the

Persons.

Island of Hongkong.

including

Within the Local Trade

Persons.

crew.

Limits.

Outside the Local Trade i

Persons.

Limits.

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Pressure allowed on Safety Valve

.Ibs.

Date....

.191

Received Fee of $1.

Shroff.

Harbour Master, &c.

Sheet 5.

Changes of Owner, Master, or Engineer, and other leading events in the history of the Launch/Motor Boat.

*For vessels licensed to

ply outside

Sheet 9. **

RECORD OF VOYAGES.

the Harbour limits.

Name of Station

From

Cargo

Date arrived.................. Persons.

191

Το

Date departed.......191.

Cargo.

Signature.

Light Dues Receipt No.....

.of

Customs Station visited

.date...

+

Schedule B.

LAUNCHES AND MOTOR BOATS.

THE MERCHANT SHIPPING ORDINANCE, HONGKONG.

Know all men by these presents that we..

residing at..

residing at.

residing at.

(Licensee)

(Surety) and

.(Surety)

are held and firmly bound unto our Sovereign Lord King George V, by the Grace of God of the United Kindom of Great Britain and Ireland and of the British Dominions beyond the seas, King, Defender of the Faith, Emperor of India, in the sum of Dollars...

....Hongkong Currency to be paid to our said Sovereign Lord the King and His Successors, for which Payment, well and truly to be made, we jointly and severally bind ourselves and each and every of us and our respective Heirs, Executors and Administrators firmly by these Presents.

Sealed with our Seals and dated this..

...day of..... .191

Whereas by Regulations made under Section 37 of the Merchant Ship- ping Ordinance, 1899, it is enacted that it shall be lawful for the Harbour Master to grant to the owner of any launch or motor boat, a Licence au- thorizing such launch or motor boat to ply and carry passengers, to, from or between any places in the waters of the Colony during such period and subject to such conditions as are named in the Licence, and to such Regulations as are for the time being in force under that Section provided that no such licence shall be granted unless the intended Licensee shall enter into a Bond together with one or more Sureties resident in the Colony, and to be approved of by the Harbour Master conditioned in any sum not exceeding One thousand five hundred Dollars for the observance of the conditions of such Licence, and Whereas the said Harbour Master has on the application of the above named.

.consented to grant

such Licence as aforesaid to the said.. launch/motor boat hereinafter mentioned.

.in respect of the Now the condition of this

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 5, 1917.

Obligation is such that if the said

..and all persons

at any time employed in or about the said launch/motor boat or being on board her, shall well and truly observe and perform all and singular the conditions endorsed upon or contained in the said Licence granted or intended to be granted as aforesaid to him the said

in respect of the launch/motor boat called the

(which said Licence is numbered or intended to be numbered..

:)

and all the Regulations relating to such being in force under the said Section and all other Laws, Ordinances and Regulations relating to such launch/motor boat, then this Obligation is to be void, otherwise to remain in full force and effect.

Signed sealed and delivered

by the above bounden

195

. (L.S.)

(Licensee)

(L.S.)

(Surety)

(L.S.)

in the presence of ...........

(Surety)

E. BULLOCK,

Clerk of Councils.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

5th April, 1917.

No. 142.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, No. 3.

THURSDAY, 29TH MARCH, 1917.

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, C.M.G.).

>>

the Attorney General, (JOSEPH HORSFORD KEMP).

the Director of Public Works, (WILLIAM CHATHAM, C.M.G.).

the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, (EDWIN RICHARD HALLIFAX).

the Captain Superintendent of Police, (CHARLES MOILVAINE MESSER).

Mr. WEI YUK, C.M.G.

Mr. HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, K.C.

Mr. LAU CHU-PAK.

"

Mr. PERCY HOBSON HOLYOAK.

Mr. CHARLES EDWARD ANTON.

"

ABSENT:

>>

the Colonial Treasurer, (ALEXANDER MACDONALD THOMSON).

Mr. EDWARD SHELLIM.

The Council met pursuant to adjournment.

The Minutes of the last Meeting, held on the 15th March, 1917, were confirmed.

PAPERS.--The Colonial Secretary laid on the table the following papers :-

Report of Proceedings of the Public Works Committee dated the 15th March,

1917.

Financial Returns for the year 1916.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 5, 1917.

Obligation is such that if the said

..and all persons

at any time employed in or about the said launch/motor boat or being on board her, shall well and truly observe and perform all and singular the conditions endorsed upon or contained in the said Licence granted or intended to be granted as aforesaid to him the said

in respect of the launch/motor boat called the

(which said Licence is numbered or intended to be numbered..

:)

and all the Regulations relating to such being in force under the said Section and all other Laws, Ordinances and Regulations relating to such launch/motor boat, then this Obligation is to be void, otherwise to remain in full force and effect.

Signed sealed and delivered

by the above bounden

195

. (L.S.)

(Licensee)

(L.S.)

(Surety)

(L.S.)

in the presence of ...........

(Surety)

E. BULLOCK,

Clerk of Councils.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

5th April, 1917.

No. 142.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, No. 3.

THURSDAY, 29TH MARCH, 1917.

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, C.M.G.).

>>

the Attorney General, (JOSEPH HORSFORD KEMP).

the Director of Public Works, (WILLIAM CHATHAM, C.M.G.).

the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, (EDWIN RICHARD HALLIFAX).

the Captain Superintendent of Police, (CHARLES MOILVAINE MESSER).

Mr. WEI YUK, C.M.G.

Mr. HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, K.C.

Mr. LAU CHU-PAK.

"

Mr. PERCY HOBSON HOLYOAK.

Mr. CHARLES EDWARD ANTON.

"

ABSENT:

>>

the Colonial Treasurer, (ALEXANDER MACDONALD THOMSON).

Mr. EDWARD SHELLIM.

The Council met pursuant to adjournment.

The Minutes of the last Meeting, held on the 15th March, 1917, were confirmed.

PAPERS.--The Colonial Secretary laid on the table the following papers :-

Report of Proceedings of the Public Works Committee dated the 15th March,

1917.

Financial Returns for the year 1916.

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   FINANCIAL MINUTES.-The Colonial Secretary laid on the table Financial Minutes Nos. 7 to 10, and moved that they be referred to the Finance Committee:

No. 7.-Kowloon-Canton Railway, Special Expenditure,

Goods Examination Shed at Kowloon Station, $ 97,864.89. No. 8.--Kowloon-Canton Railway, Special Expenditure,

Building Coaches,

No. 9.--Military Expenditure,

Capitation Grant,..

Volunteer

4,673.79.

Reserve,

7,040.00.

14,500.00.

No. 10.---Public Works, Recurrent, Kowloon, Communi- cations, Improvements to Roads and Bridges,

Mr. WEI YUK seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

   REPORT OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE.--The Colonial Secretary laid on the table the Report of the Finance Committee (No. 2), dated the 15th March, 1917, and moved its adoption.

Mr. WEI YUK seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

   OFFENSIVE TRADES BY-LAWS.--The Colonial Secretary moved the approval of the new By-law made by the Sanitary Board on the 6th day of March, 1917, under Section 16 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, in substitution for By-law No. 3 contained in Schedule B of the aforesaid Ordinance.

Mr. WEI YUK seconded.

Question--put and agreed to.

   CONTRIBUTIONS FOR WAR PURPOSES.-His Excellency the Governor addressed the Council with reference to what has been done in the Colony in the way of contributions for war purposes.

   MERCHANT SHIPPING AMENDMENT BILL.-The Attorney General moved the First reading of a Bill intituled An Ordinance to amend the Merchant Shipping Ordinances, 1899-1913.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question--put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

   RATING AMENDMENT BILL.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled An Ordinance to amend the Rating Ordinance, 1901.

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.

PUBLIC SERVANTS LIABILITIES BILL.--The Attorney General moved the Second read- ing of the Bill intituled An Ordinance to protect certain Public Servants from Legal Proceedings in respect of certain Liabilities.

The Colonial Secretary addressed the Council and seconded.

Mr. POLLOCK, Mr. HOLYOAK, and His Excellency the Governor addressed the Council. Question--put and agreed to.

Bill read a second time.

Council in Committee on the Bill,

On the notion of Mr. POLLOCK it was agreed that the word "like" be inserted before the word instrument in the second line of sub-section (1) e) of section 3.

7

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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.

ALIEN ENEMIES (WINDING UP) AMENDMENT BILL.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled An Ördinance to amend further the Alien Enemies (Winding up) Ordinance, 1914.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a second time.

Council in Committee on the Bill.

   Mr. HOLYOAK addressed the Council and moved that the words "and shall continue vested in him and shall not be assignable or transferable by him to any present enemy subject for a period of ten years from the commencement of this Ordinance" be inserted after the word "Ordinance" in the third line of section 18.

Mr. ANTON seconded.

The Attorney General and His Excellency the Governor addressed the Council.

On the amendment being put to the vote it was declared lost six members voting against and five Mr. WEI YUK, Mr. POLLOCK, Mr. LAU CHÜ-PAK, Mr. HOLYOAK, and Mr. ANTON--for the amendment.

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.

PROTECTION OF WOMEN AND GIRLS AMENDMENT BILL.. The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled An Ordinance to amend further the Protection of Women and Girls Ordinance, 1897.

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.

1917.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a third time and passed.

ADJOURNMENT.The Council then adjourned until Thursday, the 5th day of April,

F. H. MAY,

Governor.

Confirmed this 5th day of April, 1917.

E. BULLOCK,

Clerk of Councils.

No. 143. 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. 13 of 1917.--An Ordinance to amend the Merchant Shipping

Ordinances, 1899 to 1913.

سے

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 5, 1917.

197

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.

ALIEN ENEMIES (WINDING UP) AMENDMENT BILL.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled An Ördinance to amend further the Alien Enemies (Winding up) Ordinance, 1914.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a second time.

Council in Committee on the Bill.

   Mr. HOLYOAK addressed the Council and moved that the words "and shall continue vested in him and shall not be assignable or transferable by him to any present enemy subject for a period of ten years from the commencement of this Ordinance" be inserted after the word "Ordinance" in the third line of section 18.

Mr. ANTON seconded.

The Attorney General and His Excellency the Governor addressed the Council.

On the amendment being put to the vote it was declared lost six members voting against and five Mr. WEI YUK, Mr. POLLOCK, Mr. LAU CHÜ-PAK, Mr. HOLYOAK, and Mr. ANTON--for the amendment.

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.

PROTECTION OF WOMEN AND GIRLS AMENDMENT BILL.. The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled An Ordinance to amend further the Protection of Women and Girls Ordinance, 1897.

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.

1917.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a third time and passed.

ADJOURNMENT.The Council then adjourned until Thursday, the 5th day of April,

F. H. MAY,

Governor.

Confirmed this 5th day of April, 1917.

E. BULLOCK,

Clerk of Councils.

No. 143. 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. 13 of 1917.--An Ordinance to amend the Merchant Shipping

Ordinances, 1899 to 1913.

198

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 5, 1917.

HONGKONG.

No. 13 of 1917.

LS

I assent to this Ordinance.

F. H. MAY,

Governor.

Short title and con- struction.

Ordinances

5th April, 1917.

An Ordinance to amend the Merchant Shipping

Ordinances, 1899 to 1913.

[5th April, 1917.]

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 Merchant Shipping Amendment Ordinance, 1917, and shall be read and construed as one with the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, hereinafter called the principal Ordi- 1899 and 25 nance, and with the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1913, and the said Ordinances and this Ordinance may be cited together as the Merchant Shipping Ordinances, 1899 to 1917.

Nos. 10 of

1913.

Relaxation during pre- sent war of

as to certifi-

2.--(1.) Notwithstanding anything contained in sec- tion 4 of the principal Ordinance, it shall be lawful for any British or Colonial steamship, exceeding 60 but not requirements exceeding 400 tons net register tonnage, and regularly cated officers plying between the Colony and any place on the Canton River or West River or any river in the Province of Kwong Tung or the Province of Kwong Sai or between the colony and Macao, to leave the colony for any such place or for Macao, and to return to the colony direct from any such place or from Macao, if such steamship be provided with the following:--

in case of river

steamers.

Ordinance No. 3 of 1904.

(a) a certificated master ;

(b) three pilots holding licences under the Pilots

Ordinance, 1904;

(e) a certificated engineer; and

(d) an engineer (i) holding a certificate of com- petency issued by the Harbour Master under Table E and (ii) approved by the Harbour Master for engagement as a second engineer on board such steamships as are referred to in this section :

Provided that if the steamship is of less than 100 nominal horse power a second engineer shall not be required.

(2.) This section shall continue in force during the continuance of the present war and thereafter until such time as may be appointed by order of the Governor in Council.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 5, 1917.

3. Section 37 of the principal Ordinance is repealed Repeal of and the following section is substituted therefor :-

LAUNCHES AND MOTOR BOATS.

37.-(1.) In this section :

Ordinance No. 10 of 1899, s. 37, and sub- stitution of new section.

Interpreta-

"Launch" means any steamship not exceed- tion.

ing sixty tons.

"Owner" includes charterer and agent.

(2.) It shall be lawful for the Governor in Council Regulations. to make regulations for the following purposes :

(a) the licensing, regulation and control of launches and motor boats, and of the owners, masters and engineers of laun- ches and motor boats;

(b) the payment of fees in respect of licences, permits, clearances, certificates, surveys, and other documents and services relat- ing to launches or motor boats;

(c) the duties of the owners, masters and engineers of launches and motor boats; and

(d) the carrying out of the provisions of this

section.

(3.) Every person who does or is a party to any Offences and act forbidden by this section or by any regulation penalty. made thereunder, and every person who omits to do anything which he is required to do by this section or by any regulation made thereunder, and every licensee who commits a breach of any con- dition of his licence, shall, where no other penalty is provided, be liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars.

excessive

(4.) If any unlicensed launch or motor boat carries Launch or more persons than it would be entitled to carry motor boat under the regulations made under this section, hav- carrying an ing regard to the size of the launch or motor boat, number of the amount of space available, and the part or parts persons. of the waters of the Colony in which the launch or motor boat has carried such persons, or if any licensed launch or motor boat carries more pas- sengers than it is entitled to carry under the conditions of its licence, the owner and master shall be liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars and to imprisonment for any term not exceeding three months.

launch.

(5.) If any person places on the safety valve of any Safety valve licensed launch any greater pressure than is allowed of licensed under the conditions of the licence he shall be liable upon summary conviction to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars and to imprisonment for any term not exceeding three months.

launch.

(6.) If any person places on the safety valve of Safety valve any unlicensed launch any greater pressure than of unlicensed would have been lawful if the launch had been surveyed immediately before the occurrence of the alleged offence and had been licensed under this section, he shall be liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars and to imprisonment for any term not exceeding three months.

(7.) If the owner or master of any launch or Unseaworthi- motor boat permits such launch or motor boat to ness. ply while in an unseaworthy or unsafe condition

by reason of overloading or from any other cause

he shall be liable upon summary conviction to a fine

not exceeding five hundred dollars and to imprison-

ment for any term not exceeding three months.

(8.) It shall be lawful for the Harbour Master or Inspection. the Government Marine Surveyor or any person authorised thereto by the Harbour Master or the Government Marine Surveyor to go on board any launch or motor boat at any time for the purpose of inspecting it, and no person shall obstruct any such inspection.

:

199

200

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 5, 1917.

Cancellation or suspension of licence by Harbour Master.

Cancellation

or suspension of licence by Governor in Council.

Cancellation

or suspen- sion of certificate of competency by Harbour Master.

Cancellation

or suspen- sion of

certificate of competency by Governor in Council.

Delivery up

of licence or certificate upon can- cellation or suspension.

Disobedience of order of Harbour Master.

Exemption.

Collision regulations.

57 and 58

Vic. c. 60, s. 418.

Regulations

relating to embarkation

(9.) It shall be lawful for the Harbour Master to cancel, or to suspend for any period, any launch or motor boat licence if the Government Marine Sur- veyor reports to him that from any cause the launch is unfit for the service for which it is intended, or if at any time he ceases to approve of the sureties to any bond given under the provisions of any regula- tion made under this section, or if from any other cause any such bond is or becomes invalid or ceases to be in force.

(10.) It shall be lawful for the Governor in Council, for any cause which he may think fit, to cancel any launch or motor boat licence or to suspend it for any period.

(11.) It shall be lawful for the Harbour Master to cancel, or to suspend for any period, any certificate of competency issued by virtue of the provisions of this section, if it is proved to his satisfaction after due enquiry that the holder of the certificate has been guilty of any incompetency or negligence in the performance of his duties as master or engineer as the case may be.

(12.) It shall be lawful for the Governor in Council, for any cause which he may think fit, to cancel any certificate issued by virtue of the provi- sions of this section or to suspend it for any period.

(13.) If upon the cancellation or suspension of any such licence or certificate, the licensee, or the holder of the certificate as the case may be, or any person in possession of such licence or certificate. fails to deliver up the licence or certificate to the Harbour Master forthwith upon demand he shall be guilty of an offence against this Ordinance.

(14.) No master or other person in charge of any launch or motor boat shall disobey any lawful order of the Harbour Master.

(15.) This section shall not apply to launches or motor boats which are the property of His Majesty or of any foreign state.

(16.) Nothing in this Ordinance shall be con- strued as exempting launches or motor boats from compliance with the regulations for the prevention of collisions which are in force in the colony under or by virtue of the provisions of the Merchant Ship- ping Act, 1894.

4.-(1.) It shall be lawful for the Governor in Council to make regulations for the purpose of prohibiting. and landing. restricting, regulating and controlling in any manner whatsoever the embarkation or landing of persons or things on or from vessels of all kinds.

(2.) The powers conferred by this section shall be without prejudice to any powers already possessed by the Governor in Council.

Passed the Legislative Council of Hongkong, this 5th day of April, 1917.

E. BULLOCK,

Clerk of Councils,

Assented to by His Excellency the Governor, the 5th

day of April, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 5, 1917.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

201

  No. 144. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint the Honour- able Mr. PERCY HOBSON HOLYOAK to be a Member of the Committee to fix from time to time the maximum price for which any article of food may be sold by retail in the Colony.

5th April, 1917.

  No. 145.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to recognise Mr. José C. DE ОBALDIA as Acting Consul for Pern in Hongkong, pending the arrival of the new Consul.

5th April, 1917.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 146. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint, under Section

3 of the Vaccination Ordinance, 1890, (Ordinance No. 2 of 1890), the following gentlemen to be Public Vaccinators :---

Name.

Mr. Alfred Morris,

Mr. Herbert Wallace Ray,

Mr. Lam Mui-sau,.

Mr. Lau Yu-ting,

Mr. Fong Hoi-shuen,

Mr. Au Yuk-shing,

Mr. Yam Kwan-son,

Mr. Chau Yueng,

Mr. Kwok Kwei-fong,

Mr. Wong Yau-kan,

Mr. Yeung Man-yuk,

林劉

封區任周郭黃楊

梅雨海煜衮 桂又文 修亭旋城臣揚芳勤鈺

任衮

文鈺

Occupation.

Head Master, Saiyingpun School.

Assistant Master, Saiyingpun School.

Chinese Medical Man.

Do.

Clerk, Chinese Western Public Dispensary.

Clerk, Chinese Eastern Public Dispensary.

Kaifong, Eastern District.

Kaifong, Western District.

Chinese Y.M.C.A. Division, St. John's

Ambulance Brigade.

2nd Clerk, Principal Civil Medical Officer's

Office.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

5th April, 1917.

TREASURY.

  No. 147.--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 Second Quarter of 1917 are payable in advance on or before the 30th April, 1917.

  If any person shall fail to pay such Rates on or before the 31st May, 1917, 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 April, nor unless application is made for such refund within fifteen days from the expiration of the quarter.

A. M. THOMSON,

Treasurer.

2nd April, 1917.

202

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 5, 1917.

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

   No. 148. 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, 1916.

DATE.

No. OF CERTIFICATE.

NAME.

GRADE.

  1916. January

99

""

56

3274

3275

3276

3277

"

13

3278

""

13

3279

""

13

3280

""

19

3281

""

25

3282

""

27

3283

""

27

3284

February

3285

1

3286

11

3287

""

161

3288

""

23

3289

Walter Tinker,

March 6

3290

James Willox,

3291

Fredrick Heary Lacks,

"

"

3292

Edward Budgen,

3293

19

16

3294

"

16

3295

"

16

3296

20

8297

William Brewer,... ... ... ... -

20

3298

21

3299

George Norman Potts,

""

23

3300

William Henry Watson,

27

3301

22

29

3302

""

30

3303

2

31

3304

""

April 5

3305

Walter Vincent Atkinson,

10

3306

James Edmiston McFadyen,

"

10

3307

Dallas Herbert Savi de Verinne,

12

3308

Alexande. Stevenson,

""

17

3309

Jobu James Knight,

71

18

3310

""

3311

Stanley Herbert Russell,

May

3312

3313

Ernest Roger Rees Taylor,

11

3314

Thomas Arthur Stephenson,

10

3315

Constant Marc Piveteau,

11

3316

Albert Edward Smith,

12

3317

William Thomas Cox,

""

13

3318

Douglas Dalgleish,.

Hugh James Chubb,

Arthur Challouer Nixon, Joseph Welcl:,

Alexander Walters Barclay, Archibald Edmiston Ure,

James Allen,

Edward Vincent Nicolav,

Albert Alexins Laurits Nielsen, Harry Gifford,

Blackett Douglass Robinson, Charles Alexander Belletty,. Edmund Ratti,

Paul Antony Edgar Howgego, Allan MacInnes,

Andrew Nicol McDonald,.

William Henry Crisp,

Eldred Charles Foster,

Aage Rasmussen,

John Thomas Crouchen,

Alexander Mackenzie,

Alexander Frederick Buyers,

Alexander Crawford,............

Harry William Ralph Fowler, Thomas Blake Wolfe,

Malcom William Wickstead McNeill,

Alexander Thomson Shand,

Second Mate.

Second Class Engineer.

Do.

Do.

Master, (Renewed). First Class Engineer. Second Class Engineer. Second Mate.

Do.

Second Class Engineer.

Do.

First Mate, (Renewed). First Mate.

Master.

Second Class Engineer.

Do. First Mate.*

Second Mate.

Master, (Renewed).

Master.

Second Class Engineer. Do.

First Mate.

Master.

Second Class Engineer.

First Mate.

Second Mute.

First Class Engineer. Second Class Engineer. First Mate.

Second Class Engineer. First Class Engineer.

Do.

Second Mate.

Second Class Engineer.

First Mate.

Second Class Engineer.

Second Mate.

Second Class Engineer.

Second Mate.

Master.

Second Class Engineer.

Second Mate.

Second Class Engineer.

Do.

""

17

3319

Richard Yockney,

""

22

3320

""

23

3321

""

""

2 2 2

25

3322

27

3323

3324

June

2126

3325

3326

6

3327

22

16

3328

James Clifton Smith,

23

3329

Guy Waters Crum,

""

24

3330

""

26

3331

July 5

3332

13

3333

"

14

3334

""

14

3335

Peter Bisland McNeil,

""

24

3336

Frank Dysart Tregartheu,

Charles Mortimer Mauley, Ellis Walker,

Frank Edward Lane,

Frederic Thomas Harris, Thomas Hembrey Bosworth Griffiths,

Francis Joseph FitzGibbon,.. Johu Allison Ferguson,.

Alexander Campbell,... Tom Hardon,

William Alexander Piper, William Scott Turnbull,

William George Ramsay,

Second Mate.

Master.

Do.

Do.

Second Mate. Master.

Do.

Second Class Engineer. First Class Engineer. Second Class Engineer. Master.

First Class Engineer. Second Mate.

Second Class Engineer. First Mate.

First Class Engineer.

Second Class Engineer. River Mate.

>>

25

3337

Horace George Cooke,

""

27

3338

Allan Thomson,

""

29

3339

John Roberts,

Second Class Engineer.

Do.

Master.

"

* Granted a certificate for a River Master on the 15th May, 1916, during suspension of a Higher Grade Certificate for 12 months ending 6th March, 1917.

DATE.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 5, 1917.

LIST OF MASTERS, MATES, AND ENGINEERS,-Continued.

No. of CERTIFICATE.

NAME.

GRADE.

203

1916.

August 8

3340

Sidney Edward Berry,

17

3341

23

3342

"

25

3343

George Cowell,

29

3344

John Hibbert,

"

September 5

3345

3346

Norman Penson,

Richard Joseph Hickey,

3347

James Nicol,

:

3348

Mowbray Arthur Hancox,

""

3349

Thomas Alexander Gibson,

"

14

3350

Henry Bennett Enders,................

15

3351

Svend Christian Marius Fraudson,

18

3352

Alfred Archibald Birnic,

20

3353

William Francis Blake,.

22

3354

John McNab Morren,

"

22

3355

Arnold Fuller,

26

3356

·

29

3357

29

3358

George Shaw,..

William John Pendergast,

Clifton James Triggs,

39

30

3359

Irvine Callender,

October

3360

John Matthews,.

3361

John Gabriel Forster,

3362

Hopkin Thomas,

11

3363

William Sanderson,

19

3364

William Alexander Chisholm,

November

3365

Norman Colquhoun,

3366

Robert Scott Sinclair,

3367

Edgar Murray Hynd,

""

3368

Arthur Walter Hall,

99

14

3369

Percy St. Aubyn Sharpham,

99

15

3370

17

3371

James Harding,

21

3372

Neil McPhedron Anderson,

28

3373

99

December

1

3374

Henry Curtis,....

1

3375

"

7

3376

Percy Jowitt,...

19

7

3377

"

13

3378

13

3379

"

Robert Lindsay Campbell, George Crist,

14

3380

20

3381

20

3382

21

3383

21

3384

22

3385

A

22

3386

23

3387

James John Vanstone,

27

3388

Andrew Robertson,

29

3389

Dwight Almar Smith,

29

3390

Edgar Bruce Green,

Edward George Dyke,

Donald Walkinshaw Sorrell,..

Harry Westmoreland Parry,

John Michael Hannan,

Charles McDougall,

Charles Hingston Turner,.

William Clark Mitchell, Alexander Cameron Smith, Bertram Foulkes Blakeney, James Thomas Thirlwell, Hew Campbell,

Frank Dysart Tregarthen, James Edward Leonard,

Second Class Engineer. Second Mate.

Master.

First Class Engineer. First Mate.

Do.

Second Mate.

Second Class Engineer.

River Mate.

First Mate.

Second Mate.

First Mate.

River Master.

Second Class Engineer.

Second Mate.

First Class Engineer.

Second Class Engineer.

River Mate.

Second Class Engineer.

Do.

Do.

First Mate.

Second Class Engineer.

Do.

First Mate.

Second Mate.

Second Class Engineer. First Mate.

Master.

Second Mate.

Master, (Renewed).

Second Mate.

Second Class Engineer.

Second Mate.

Do.,

(Renewed).

First Class Engineer.

Master.

Do.

Second Class Engineer, (Renewed)..

First Class Engineer, (Renewed).

Do.,

Do.

Master, (Renewed). Second Class Engineer.

Master.

Second Class Engineer.

First Mate.

Second Class Engineer.

Do.

First Class Engineer, (Renewed). First Mate.

Master.

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

Harbour Master, &c.

27th March, 1917.

SUPREME COurt.

  No. 149. The offices of the Supreme Court will be open daily from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. during the Easter Vacation, except on Public and General Holidays when the offices will be entirely closed, subject, however, to the provisions of Section 5 of the Supreme Court (Vacations) Ordinance, 1898, so far as it relates to the Criminal Sessions. The Easter Vacation commences on the 6th day of April, 1917, and terminates on the 12th day of April, 1917, (both days inclusive).

HUGH A. NISBET,

Registrar.

5th April, 1917.

:

DATE.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 5, 1917.

LIST OF MASTERS, MATES, AND ENGINEERS,-Continued.

No. of CERTIFICATE.

NAME.

GRADE.

203

1916.

August 8

3340

Sidney Edward Berry,

17

3341

23

3342

"

25

3343

George Cowell,

29

3344

John Hibbert,

"

September 5

3345

3346

Norman Penson,

Richard Joseph Hickey,

3347

James Nicol,

:

3348

Mowbray Arthur Hancox,

""

3349

Thomas Alexander Gibson,

"

14

3350

Henry Bennett Enders,................

15

3351

Svend Christian Marius Fraudson,

18

3352

Alfred Archibald Birnic,

20

3353

William Francis Blake,.

22

3354

John McNab Morren,

"

22

3355

Arnold Fuller,

26

3356

·

29

3357

29

3358

George Shaw,..

William John Pendergast,

Clifton James Triggs,

39

30

3359

Irvine Callender,

October

3360

John Matthews,.

3361

John Gabriel Forster,

3362

Hopkin Thomas,

11

3363

William Sanderson,

19

3364

William Alexander Chisholm,

November

3365

Norman Colquhoun,

3366

Robert Scott Sinclair,

3367

Edgar Murray Hynd,

""

3368

Arthur Walter Hall,

99

14

3369

Percy St. Aubyn Sharpham,

99

15

3370

17

3371

James Harding,

21

3372

Neil McPhedron Anderson,

28

3373

99

December

1

3374

Henry Curtis,....

1

3375

"

7

3376

Percy Jowitt,...

19

7

3377

"

13

3378

13

3379

"

Robert Lindsay Campbell, George Crist,

14

3380

20

3381

20

3382

21

3383

21

3384

22

3385

A

22

3386

23

3387

James John Vanstone,

27

3388

Andrew Robertson,

29

3389

Dwight Almar Smith,

29

3390

Edgar Bruce Green,

Edward George Dyke,

Donald Walkinshaw Sorrell,..

Harry Westmoreland Parry,

John Michael Hannan,

Charles McDougall,

Charles Hingston Turner,.

William Clark Mitchell, Alexander Cameron Smith, Bertram Foulkes Blakeney, James Thomas Thirlwell, Hew Campbell,

Frank Dysart Tregarthen, James Edward Leonard,

Second Class Engineer. Second Mate.

Master.

First Class Engineer. First Mate.

Do.

Second Mate.

Second Class Engineer.

River Mate.

First Mate.

Second Mate.

First Mate.

River Master.

Second Class Engineer.

Second Mate.

First Class Engineer.

Second Class Engineer.

River Mate.

Second Class Engineer.

Do.

Do.

First Mate.

Second Class Engineer.

Do.

First Mate.

Second Mate.

Second Class Engineer. First Mate.

Master.

Second Mate.

Master, (Renewed).

Second Mate.

Second Class Engineer.

Second Mate.

Do.,

(Renewed).

First Class Engineer.

Master.

Do.

Second Class Engineer, (Renewed)..

First Class Engineer, (Renewed).

Do.,

Do.

Master, (Renewed). Second Class Engineer.

Master.

Second Class Engineer.

First Mate.

Second Class Engineer.

Do.

First Class Engineer, (Renewed). First Mate.

Master.

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

Harbour Master, &c.

27th March, 1917.

SUPREME COurt.

  No. 149. The offices of the Supreme Court will be open daily from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. during the Easter Vacation, except on Public and General Holidays when the offices will be entirely closed, subject, however, to the provisions of Section 5 of the Supreme Court (Vacations) Ordinance, 1898, so far as it relates to the Criminal Sessions. The Easter Vacation commences on the 6th day of April, 1917, and terminates on the 12th day of April, 1917, (both days inclusive).

HUGH A. NISBET,

Registrar.

5th April, 1917.

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IMPORTS AND EXPORTS DEPARTMENT.

No. 150.-Notice is hereby given that no permits can be issued for the shipment of Dutiable Liquors or Tobacco as Ships' Stores, unless :----

(1.) The application for such permit is signed by the Master, or Agent of the ship to which it is desired to supply such Liquors or Tobacco; or

(2.) The application is accompanied by a written order from the Master or

Agent of such ship.

Ships' Stores include passengers' baggage and any other form of export not shown on the Ships' Manifest.

5th April, 1917.

R. O. HUTCHISON, Superintendent.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

No. 151. Extract of Meteorological Observations made at the Royal Observatory, Hongkong, during the month of March, 1917.

DATE.

BARO-

METER

AT

TEMPERATURE.

HUMIDITY.

WIND.

CLOUDI SUN-

NESS. SHINE.

RAIN.

M.S.L.

Max. Mean. Min. Rel. Abs.

Dir.

Vel.

о

ins.

p. c.

ins.

p. c.

hrs.

ins.

Points.Miles

p.h.

I,

30.15

2,

.07

3,

.03

65.7

55.9 50.7 55.5 53.5

51.0 84 59.3 53.7

48.4

84

0.31

100

0.930

NNE I 1.2

-34

100

0.155

NEby E 10.3

82

.41

81

3.1

0.010

+,

-.03

61.7 59.8 58.5 79

95

0.1

0.015

5,

.04

63.5 59.2

56.1

82

.41

100

0.7

0.020

W by N 3.5 E 18.0

E by N 14.5

6,

.13

61.8 58.3 54.6

80

.39

100

0.015

ENE 6.8

7,

.13

60.9 58.2

56.4 81

.39

90

5.6

E

19.0

8,

29.98

67.0 62.9 57.8 80

.46

81

7.4

E

17.7

9,

.92

73-9 67.4

64.6 89

.60

78

2.8

NE by N

3.0

10,

30.01

67.5 63.3

61.4 80

.47

80

5.4

E

27.2

[I,

29.99

65.1

62.4

60.2 80

.45

100

0.9

E

22.3

12,

.92

71.2

67.1 63.9 93

62

91

4.4

E

14.2

13,

.92

74.9

69.5 65.1 90

.65*

57

6.7

E

9.3

14,

30.00

76.1

67.9 63.4

.57

35

7.9

NW

6.9

.26

15,

63.9

56.9 53.6

.32

ICO

16,

17,

.20 61.8

58.4 55-5 65

.32

100

0.2

ENE

.06

65.4

62.3 59.2 77

.43

95

1.7

E

N by E 12.8

10.5

21.2

18,

19,

20,

.00

29.99 30.08

70.7

66.1 62.8 86

.55

88

3.5

E by S 16.4

77.2

69.7 65.4 85

62

55

8.2

E by S

6.9

67.4

64.9 62.6 83

.51

99

0.5

17.5

21,

.12

67.+

64.6 61.6 77

.47

46

8.3

E by N

22.1

22,

.15

68.5

65.0 62.3 79

.49

45

8.0

E

18.1

23,

.13

70.9

66.3 64.1 74

.48

83

2.8

E 15.5

24, 25,

.13

66.0 62.2 58.3 75

.42

100

O.I

0.020

26,

27.

28,

.20 .28

29,

30,

.17 59.6 57.5 56.2 79 .13 56.7 54.3 52.1 85

62.8 66.0 .30 66.4 61.8 58.2

.37

100

0.010

.36

TOO

56.4 51.6 62

.28

25

59.5 52.9

57

.29

37

58

.32

58

.22 63.4 60.8 57.9

64

.34

56

In 2006

11.0

E by N 24.2 ENE 19.4

1.495 NE by E12.9

NNE 9.3

9.3

ENE 10.4

5.3

E

12.5

3.3

E

13.5

31,

.15

67.9 64.0 59.6 65

.39

42

9.7

E 13.1

Som.

Sum.

Mean.

30.09

65.9 61.6 58.4 78

0.43

78

116.9 2.670 E by N 14.2

MEANS AND EXTREMES FOR MARCH (1884 TO 1913 INCLUSIVE) :--

Maximum,...

Mean,

Minimum,

30.14

72.9 68.1 64.5 91

.58

97

30.06 29.99

67.1: 62.8 59.6 83 63.5 58.9 55.9 74

182.3 11.485

19.2

.49

8+

.42

57

84.1 2.987 E by N 25.0 0.170

15.8

12.5

The rainfall for the month of March at the Botanical Gardens was 3ins. 13 on 7 days, at the Matilda Hospital, Mount Kellett, it was 2ins82 on 5 days, and at the Police Station, Taipo, it was 307 on 12 days.

T. F. CLAXTON,

Director.

4th April, 1917.

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OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

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No. 152. It is hereby notified that the registrations of the following trade marks have 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. 7A to C of 1889.

1st April, 1889.

Reuter, Brockelman and Company, Hongkong.

1st April, 1931.

13, 24, 34, and 35

No. 8A of 1889.

5th April,

1889.

Lever Brothers (China), Limited, of 4 Kinkiang Road,

5th April,

47

1931.

Shanghai, China.

No. 8B of 1889.

Do.

Do.

Do.

48

No. 9D & E of

Do.

Reiss Brothers, Manchester,

Do.

23

1889.

England.

No. 9A to c of 1889.

Do.

Do.

Do.

24

No. 9F and G of 1889.

Do.

Do.

Do.

34

2nd April, 1917.

E. CARPMAEL,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

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APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 153. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to make the following appointments, during the absence on leave of Mr. ALEXANDER MACDONALD THOMSON or until further notice :--

Mr. EDWARD DUDLEY CORSCADEN WOLFE to act as Treasurer, with effect from the

12th April, 1917.

Mr. STEWART BUCKLE CARNE Ross to act as Postmaster General, with effect from

the 16th April, 1917.

Mr. ARTHUR DYER BALL to act as District Officer, with effect from the 16th April,

1917.

Mr. ERIC WILLIAM HAMILTON to act as Assistant District Officer, New Terri-

tories, with effect from the 16th April, 1917.

13th April, 1917.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

  No. 154. The following rules relating to passages for women and children are published for general information, and supersede all rules previously published :----

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1. Passports will not be granted at Hongkong to women and children to travel by British vessels through the danger zones except in cases of great emergency or for exceptionally urgent reasons.

2. Women and children arriving at Hongkong in British vessels on their way elsewhere will be permitted to proceed, but will be warned of the risk attending passage beyond certain ports.

3. Women and children will not be prevented from travelling in vessels of other

than British nationality.

  No. 155.--The following "Trading with the Enemy (Consolidation) Regulations, 1917," made by H.B.M. Minister, Peking, are published for general information.

China.

NOTICE.

  The following Regulations, made by His Majesty's Minister, and allowed by the Secretary of State, are published for general information.

Peking, January 1, 1917.

B. ALSTON,

His Britannic Majesty's Chargé d'Affaires,

KING'S REGULATIONS UNDER ARTICLE 155 OF "THE CHINA ORDER IN COUNCIL, 1904," AND ARTICLE 13 OF "THE CHINA (AMENDMENT) ORDER IN COUNCH, 1907."

No. 1 of 1917.

Regulations prohibiting Trading with the Enemy.

1. The following King's Regulations are hereby repealed : --

"The Treasonable Insurance Regulations, 1914";

"The Trading with the Enemy (Amendment) Regulations, 1915"; "The Trading with the Enemy (Bulgaria) Regulations, 1915 ";

but this repeal shall not-

(a) Affect the past operation of those Regulations, or any of them, or any appointment made, or any right, title, obligation, or liability accrued, or the validity or invalidity of anything done or suffered under any of those Regulations, before the making of these Regulations;

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APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 153. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to make the following appointments, during the absence on leave of Mr. ALEXANDER MACDONALD THOMSON or until further notice :--

Mr. EDWARD DUDLEY CORSCADEN WOLFE to act as Treasurer, with effect from the

12th April, 1917.

Mr. STEWART BUCKLE CARNE Ross to act as Postmaster General, with effect from

the 16th April, 1917.

Mr. ARTHUR DYER BALL to act as District Officer, with effect from the 16th April,

1917.

Mr. ERIC WILLIAM HAMILTON to act as Assistant District Officer, New Terri-

tories, with effect from the 16th April, 1917.

13th April, 1917.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

  No. 154. The following rules relating to passages for women and children are published for general information, and supersede all rules previously published :----

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1. Passports will not be granted at Hongkong to women and children to travel by British vessels through the danger zones except in cases of great emergency or for exceptionally urgent reasons.

2. Women and children arriving at Hongkong in British vessels on their way elsewhere will be permitted to proceed, but will be warned of the risk attending passage beyond certain ports.

3. Women and children will not be prevented from travelling in vessels of other

than British nationality.

  No. 155.--The following "Trading with the Enemy (Consolidation) Regulations, 1917," made by H.B.M. Minister, Peking, are published for general information.

China.

NOTICE.

  The following Regulations, made by His Majesty's Minister, and allowed by the Secretary of State, are published for general information.

Peking, January 1, 1917.

B. ALSTON,

His Britannic Majesty's Chargé d'Affaires,

KING'S REGULATIONS UNDER ARTICLE 155 OF "THE CHINA ORDER IN COUNCIL, 1904," AND ARTICLE 13 OF "THE CHINA (AMENDMENT) ORDER IN COUNCH, 1907."

No. 1 of 1917.

Regulations prohibiting Trading with the Enemy.

1. The following King's Regulations are hereby repealed : --

"The Treasonable Insurance Regulations, 1914";

"The Trading with the Enemy (Amendment) Regulations, 1915"; "The Trading with the Enemy (Bulgaria) Regulations, 1915 ";

but this repeal shall not-

(a) Affect the past operation of those Regulations, or any of them, or any appointment made, or any right, title, obligation, or liability accrued, or the validity or invalidity of anything done or suffered under any of those Regulations, before the making of these Regulations;

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(b.) Interfere with the institution or prosecution of any proceeding or action, criminal or civil, in respect of any offence committed against, or forfei- ture incurred, or liability accrued under or in consequence of any pro- vision of, those Regulations;

(e.) Take away or abridge any protection or benefit given or to be enjoyed in

relation thereto.

2. In the construction of these Regulations the following words and expressions shall have the meanings hereby assigned to them, unless there be something in the subject or context repugnant thereto, that is to say:-

"Enemy" means any person or body of persons of whatever nationality resident or carrying on business in an enemy country, and any person or body of per- sons of enemy nationality resident or carrying on business in China, Siam, Persia, or Morocco, but does not include persons of enemy nationality who are neither resident nor carrying on business in an enemy country, or in China, Siam, Persia, or Morocco. In the case of incorporated bodies, enemy character attaches to those incorporated in an enemy country and to those wherever incorporated which are incorporated in accordance with the laws of an enemy country or carry on business in an enemy country.

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Enemy country means the territories of the German Empire, of the Dual Monarchy of Austria-Hungary, the Empire of Turkey, and the Kingdom of Bulgaria, together with the colonies and dependencies thereof, other than any territory in the effective military occupation of His Majesty or his allies, but including any territory in the effective military occupation of an enemy. Non-enemy country means any country other than the dominions of His

Majesty or a country with which His Majesty is at war.

"Person" means any British subject, firm, or corporation resident, carrying on business, or being within the limits of the China Order in Council, 1904.

Enemy Trading.

3. Any person who, by himself or in conjunction with any other person, whether a British subject or not

(1.) Pays any sum of money to or for the benefit of an enemy; or

(2.) Compromises or gives security for the payment of any debt or other sum of

money with or for the benefit of an enemy; or

(3.) Acts on behalf of an enemy in drawing, accepting, paying, presenting for acceptance or payment, negotiating, or otherwise dealing with any nego- tiable instrument; or

(4.) Accepts, pays, or otherwise deals with any negotiable instrument which is held by or on behalf of an enemy, having at the time of such acceptance, payment, or dealing reasonable ground for believing that such instru- ment is held by or on behalf of an enemy; or

(5.) Enters into any new transaction or completes any transaction already entered into with an enemy in any stocks, shares, or other securities; or (6.) Makes or enters into any new marine, life, fire, or other policy or contract of insurance or reinsurance with or for the benefit of an enemy; or accepts or gives effect to any insurance of any risk arising under any policy or contract of insurance or reinsurance made or entered into with or for the benefit of an enemy before the outbreak of war; or, as regards treaties or contracts of reinsurance current at the outbreak of war to which an enemy is a party or in which an enemy is interested, cedes to the enemy or accepts from the enemy under any such treaty or contract any risk arising under any policy or contract of insurance or reinsurance made or entered into after the outbreak of war, or any share in any such risk; or

(7.) Directly or indirectly supplies to or for the use or benefit of, or obtains from, an enemy country or an enemy any goods, wares, or merchandise, or directly or indirectly supplies to or for the use or benefit of, or obtains from, any person any goods, wares, or merchandise, for or by way of transmission to or from an enemy country or an enemy, or directly or indirectly trades in or carries any goods, wares, or merchandise destined for or coming from an enemy country or an enemy; or

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(8.) Permits any British ship to leave for, enter, or communicate with any port

or place in an enemy country; or

(9.) Enters into any commercial, financial, or other contract or obligation with

or for the benefit of an enemy; or

(10.) Takes part in any act or transaction prohibited under any Proclamation dealing with the subject of trading with the enemy issued by His Majesty after the commencement of these Regulations, and published in the manner provided by the Principal Order for the publication of King's Regulations;

is guilty of trading with the enemy.

   4.--(1.) Where an enemy has a branch locally situated in British territory or a non- enemy country, other than neutral territory in Europe, China, Siam, Persia, or Morocco, transactions by or with such branch shall not be treated as transactions by or with an

enemy.

   (2.) Transactions hereafter entered into by any person resident, carrying on business, or being in China-

(a.) In respect of banking business with a branch situated outside the United

Kingdom of an enemy; or

(b.) In respect of any description of business with a branch situated outside

the United Kingdom of an enemy bank ;

shall be considered as transactions with an enemy.

   Provided that acceptance, payment, or other dealing with any negotiable instrument which was drawn before the 26th July, 1915, shall not, if otherwise lawful, be deemed to be a transaction hereafter entered into within the meaning of this paragraph.

   (3.) Notwithstanding anything in this Regulation, where an enemy has a branch situated locally in British territory or a non-enemy country, which carries on the business of insurance or reinsurance, of whatever nature, a transaction by or with such branch in respect of the business of insurance or reinsurance shall be considered as a transaction by or with an enemy.

Enemy Property.

   5. If any China company contravenes the provisions of section 4 of the Ordinance of the Colony of Hongkong, entitled "Trading with the Enemy (Amendment) Ordinance, 1915," such company shall be guilty of a breach of these Regulations.

6. Every China company, if it has not already done so, shall within one month after the commencement of these Regulations by notice in writing communicate to the custodian of enemy property in the Colony of Hongkong full particulars of all shares, stocks, debentures, and debenture stock, and other obligations of the company which are held by or for the benefit of an enemy.

   7. Any person who, by himself or in conjunction with another person, whether a British subject or not, holds or manages for or on behalf of an enemy any property movable or immovable (including any rights, whether legal or equitable, in or arising out of property, movable or immovable), shall within one month after the commencement of these Regulations, or if the property comes into his possession or under his control after the commencement of these Regulations, then within one month after it comes into his possession or control, by notice in writing communicate the fact, and such particulars as may at any time be required, to the consular officer of the district in which he is resident, and, if it be immovable property, then to the consular officer of the district in which it is situated.

   Property mentioned in this Regulation shall include property lent to a firm for the purposes of the business of such firm by an enemy, and such property shall be deemed to be property held or managed by a partner of such firm within the meaning of this Regulation.

8.--(1.) Any sum which, had a state of war not existed, would have been payable and paid to or for the benefit of an enemy, by way of dividends, interest, or share of profits, and balances and deposits standing to the credit of an enemy at any bank, and any debt to the amount of 50 dollars or upwards, which is due or which, had a state of war not existed, would have been due to an enemy, shall be paid by the person by whom it would have been payable into an account to be entitled "The Enemy Dividends

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Account," at such incorporated bank, or banks, as the Minister shall by public notice appoint. Any sum so paid into "The Enemy Dividends Account

The Enemy Dividends Account" shall not be dealt with save on an order of the Supreme Court.

Any payment required to be made under this Regulation shall be made :-

(a.) Within fourteen days after the commencement of these Regulations if the sum, had a state of war not existed, would have been paid before such commencement ;

(b.) In any other case within fourteen days after it would have been paid. (2.) The expression "dividends, interest, or share of profits" for the purposes of this Regulation means any dividends, bonus, or interest in respect of any shares, stock, debentures, debenture stock, or other obligations of any company, any interest in respect of any loan to a person carrying on business for the purposes of that business, and any profits or shares of profits of such a business, and, where a person is carrying on any business on behalf of an enemy, any sum which, had a state of war not existed, would have been transmissible by a person to an enemy by way of profits from that business shall be deemed to be a sum which would have been payable and paid to an enemy.

Prohibited List.

9. There shall be and there is hereby constituted a list of persons or bodies of persons resident or carrying on business in non-enemy countries with whom, by reason of their enemy nationality or enemy association, it is expedient that trading should be prohibited. Such list is contained in the schedule to these Regulations, and, shall be called "the Prohibited List."

   The Minister may at any time vary or add to the Prohibited List, and such variations and additions shall have effect in each consular district as though they were contained in the list in the schedule hereto from the date on which they are published by being exhibited conspicuously in the public offices of the consulate of that district.

A copy of the Prohibited List and of any variation thereof or addition thereto shall be kept exhibited in each consular office.

10. Any person who, by himself or in conjunction with others, whether British. subjects or not, enters into any transaction mentioned in Regulations 3 and 4 of these Regulations with any person or body of persons in the Prohibited List shall be deemed to have traded with the enemy and shall be guilty of a breach of these Regulations.

Provided that nothing in this Regulation shall be taken to prohibit---

(a.) Any person who is engaged in any non-enemy country in the business of insurance from carrying on in that country that business (other than the business of marine insurance or of insurance against fire or any other risk of goods or merchandise during transit from shipper's or manufac- turer'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 Prohibited List. (b.) Any person who is engaged in working any railway or other service of public utility in any non-enemy country under any charter, grant, or concession made by the Government of, or by any provincial or muni- cipal authority in, any such country from trading with any of the persons or bodies of persons mentioned in the Prohibited 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 working of the railway or other service of public utility is carried on.

Legal.

   11. Where an Act constitutes an offence both under these Regulations and under the law applied by the Principal Order, the offender shall be liable to be prosecuted and punished under either these Regulations or the law aforesaid, but shall not be liable to be punished twice for the same offence.

   12. A prosecution for an offence under these Regulations shall not be instituted except by or with the consent of the Crown Advocate.

   Provided that the person charged with such an offence may be arrested and a warrant for his arrest may be issued and executed, and such person may be remanded

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 in custody or on bail notwithstanding that the consent of the Crown Advocate to the institution of the prosecution for the offence has not been obtained, but no further or other proceedings shall be taken until that consent has been obtained.

13.(1.) Any Court established under the Principal Order, on being satisfied on information on oath laid on behalf of the Minister that there is reasonable ground for suspecting that an offence under these Regulations has been or is about to be committed by any person, may issue a warrant authorising a British subject appointed by the Minister or by any consular officer in his own district and named in the warrant to inspect all books or documents belonging to or under the control of that person, and to require any British subject able to give any information with respect to the business or trade of that person to give that information, and, if accompanied by an officer of the Court, to enter and search any premises to which the jurisdiction of the Court extends and which are used in connection with the business or trade, and to seize any such books or docu- ments as aforesaid.

   (2.) If any person having the custody of any book or document inspection of which has been authorised under this Regulation refuses or wilfully neglects to procure it for inspection, or if any such person who is able to give any information which may be required to be given under this Regulation refuses or wilfully neglects when required to give that information, that person shall be guilty of a breach of these Regulations.

   14.--(1.) Any person who does any act prohibited or who fails to do any act re- quired to be done by these Regulations shall be guilty of a breach of these Regulations.

(2.). Any person guilty of a breach of these Regulations shall, upon conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding 50l. or to imprisonment with or without hard labour, for a term not exceeding three months, or to both.

(3.) Where any company has entered into a transaction or has done any act which is an offence under these Regulations or has failed to do any act which is required to be done by these Regulations, every director, manager, secretary, or other officer of the company who is knowingly a party to the transaction, act, or failure shall be guilty of an offence under these Regulations and shall, upon conviction, be liable to imprisonment for any term not exceeding three months, with or without hard labour, or to a fine not exceeding 501., or to both.

Licences, &c.

15. Nothing in these Regulations shall be deemed to prohibit payments by or on account of enemies to persons resident, carrying on business, or being in His Majesty's Dominions if such payment arise out of obligations entered into before the outbreak of war, or in the case of persons or bodies of persons mentioned in the Prohibited List before the date of the publication of their names therein.

16. Nothing in these Regulations shall be deemed to prohibit anything which may at any time hereafter be expressly permitted by licence granted by His Majesty or by a licence given on behalf of His Majesty or by a Secretary of State or given on the like behalf by the Minister, whether such licence be specially granted to individuals or be announced as applying to classes of persons.

    The repeal of the King's Regulations entitled "The Trading with the Enemy (Amendment) Regulations, 1915," shall not affect any licence given thereunder which is in existence at the commencement of these Regulations.

Short Title.

    17. These Regulations may be cited as "The Trading with the Enemy (Consolida- tion) Regulations, 1917."

Peking, January 1, 1917.

Allowed:

GREY OF FALLODON,

His Britannic Majesty's Principal Secretary of

State for Foreign Affairs.

B. ALSTON,

His Britannic Majesty's Chargé d'Affaires.

NOTE: The list referred to in Regulation 9 has not been received here.

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No. 156. The following Order of His Majesty in Council which appeared in the London Gazette of the 12th January, 1917, is published for general information.

13th April, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

AT THE COURT AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE,

THE 10TH DAY OF JANUARY, 1917.

PRESENT,

THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY IN COUNCIL.

W HEREAS, on the 11th day of March, 1915, an Order was issued by His Majesty

    in Council directing that all ships which sailed from their ports of departure after the 1st day of March, 1915, might be required to discharge in a British or Allied port goods which were of enemy origin or of enemy destination or which were enemy property:

And whereas such Order in Council was consequent upon certain Orders issued by the German Government purporting to declare, in violation of the usages of war, the waters surrounding the United Kingdom a military area, in which all British and Allied merchant vessels would be destroyed, irrespective of the lives of passengers and crew, and in which neutral shipping would be exposed to similar danger, in view of the uncertainties of naval warfare:

And whereas the sinking of British, Allied, and neutral merchant ships, irrespective of the lives of passengers and crews, and in violation of the usages of war, has not been confined to the waters surrounding the United Kingdom, but has taken place in a large portion of the area of naval operations:

   And whereas such illegal acts have been committed not only by German warships but by warships flying the flag of each of the enemy countries:

   And whereas on account of the extension of the scope of the illegal operations carried out under the said German Orders, and in retaliation therefor, vessels have been required under the provisions of the Order in Council aforementioned to discharge in a British or Allied port goods which were of enemy origin or of enemy destination or which were enemy property, irrespective of the enemy country from or to which such goods were going or of the enemy country in which was domiciled the person whose property they

were:

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And whereas doubts have arisen as to whether the term "enemy in articles 3 and 4 of the said Order in Council includes enemy countries other than Germany:

   Now, therefore, His Majesty is pleased, by and with the advice of His Privy Council, to order, and it is hereby ordered, as follows:-

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   1. In articles 3 and 4 of the said Order in Council of the 11th March, 1915, afore- mentioned, the terms enemy destination and "enemy origin" shall be deemed to apply and shall apply to goods destined for or originating in any enemy country, and the term "enemy property" shall be deemed to apply and shall apply to goods belonging to any person domiciled in any enemy country.

   2. Effect shall be given to this Order in the application of the said Order in Council of the 11th March, 1915, to goods which previous to the date of this Order have been discharged at a British or Allied port, being goods of destination or origin or property which was enemy though not German, and all such goods shall be detained and dealt with in all respects as is provided in the said Order in Council of the 11th March, 1915.

J. C. LEDLIE.

   NOTE. The Order in Council of the 11th March, 1915, was published in the Hongkong Government Gazette of the 18th June, 1915.

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OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

   No. 157.--It is hereby notified that the registrations of the following trade marks have expired and that they will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 5th day of May, 1917, 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.

Nos. 7 & 8 of 1903.

F. M. A. Blunck, Victoria, Hongkong.

5th April, 1917.

11th April, 1917.

E. CARPMAEL, Registrar of Tride Marks,

No. 17.

SOIT QUI MA

Vol. LXII.

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MON DROT

The Hongkong? Government Gazette

Extraordinary.

Published by Authority.

MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1917.

The following Notifications are published,

By command,

CLAUD SEVERN, Colonial Secretary.

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APPOINTMENTS, &c.

   No. 158. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint a Committee "to enquire into the teaching of the English language to Chinese boys in Government "Schools, and to examine the question whether by a reduction in the number of other "subjects more time can be devoted to such teaching."

The following have been appointed Members of the Committee:----

The Director of Education, Chairman.

The Hon. Mr. EDWARD SHELLIM.

The Hon. Mr. LAU CHU-PAK.

Mr. GEORGE PIERCY.

Mr. FRANK MACDONALD HOLMAN HOLMAN.

Mr. RICHARD ARTHUR BRABAZON PONSONBY FANE.

Mr. EDWIN RALPIIS, Secretary:

14th April, 1917.

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NOTICES.

No. 159.

  Regulations made by His Excellency the Governor relating to the Control of the Harbours, Ports and Territorial Waters of the Colony and the Movements of Vessels.

Port Regulations, 1917.

  In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-clause 1 (A) of clause III of the Order of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria in Council dated the 26th day of October, 1916, as enacted by the Order of His Majesty in Council dated the 21st day of March, 1916, which were brought into operation in the Colony by Proclamations dated the 5th day of August, 1914, and the 12th day of May, 1916, respectively, His Excellency the Governor is pleased. to make the following regulations :-

Prohibited channels.

Restrictions

on move-

ments out-

side port

at night.

Prohibited

area.

Trawling.

Swept channel.

Restrictions

on move-

ments in port at night.

1.-(1.) No vessel shall use any of the following channels:----

Sulphur Channel.

The channels to the North of Ma Wan.

The channels to the East and North of Chung Hue (Tsing I). Provided that junks and sampans may use the channel to the East and North of Chung Hue (Tsing 1) during the hours of daylight and provided that launches going to and returning from Chin Wan (Tsün Wan) may use the channel to the North of Ma Wan during the hours of daylight.

(2.) No vessel, except Government vessels, shall use the Shing Shi Mun (Sheung Tse Mun) Pass during the hours of night.

2. During the hours of night no vessel, except Government vessels, shall be under way in the area bounded by the following lines and by the coast lines between terminal points of those lines:---

East-A line drawn from the East extreme of Kunjoi Kok (Sha Kiu) S.S.E. to Lam Tong Island and N.N.W. to the mainland, and a line drawn from Tathong (Tit Hang) Point to the North-East extreme of Waglan (Wang Lan) Island.

South-A line drawn from the South extreme of Waglan (Wang Lan)

Island to the South-East extreme of Putoi (Po Toi) Island.

West: A line drawn from the South-West extreme of Putoi (Po Toi) Island through the West extreme of Beaufort Island (Lo Chau) to the South-East extreme of Taitam Bay.

North-A line drawn from Maunchau (Mong Chau) Point to Lao Shui

Point (Lo Shu Pai).

3. During the hours of night no vessel, whether under way or not, except Government vessels, shall be within the area bounded by the following lines and by the coast lines between their terminal points:-

East-A line drawn from Maunchau (Mong Chau) Point to Lao Shui

Point (Lo Shu Pai).

West A line drawn from the West Point of Siu Chau Wan to the West

Point of A Kung Ngam.

4. No trawling shall be allowed inside the area specified in Regulation 2.

5.-(1.) Unless compelled by the weather or by accident to machinery or by any other unavoidable cause, no vessel shall anchor in the buoyed and swept channel outside Lyemun Pass.

(2.) No vessel shall enter the said swept channel while sweeping operations are in progress.

6. (1.) Subject to the provisions of sub-section (3) of this regulation, no vessel, except Government vessels, shall be under way in the port at night with- out a special permit from the Officer in Charge of the Examination Service which must be obtained through the Harbour Master.

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Restrictions

on move- ments in

fog.

Regulation

show at

(2.) When any such permit shall have been issued the vessel to which the permit applies shall be navigated in accordance with the conditions of the permit, and no such permit shall be authority for doing any thing not specified therein.

(3.) The vessels employed in the service of the Star Ferry Company, Limited, may be under way in the port at any time between the hours of 5.30 a.m. and 12.50 a.m., and the vessels employed in the Yaumati Ferry may be under way in the port at any time between the hours of 5.30 a.m. and midnight: provided in every case that such vessels are actually engaged at the time in maintaining the respective ferry services across the harbour.

7. No vessel, except Government vessels, shall be under way in,the port in thick or foggy weather.

8. All vessels authorised to be under way at night, whether by virtue of lights to be these regulations or in accordance with a special permit, shall show the neces- sary navigation lights as laid down in the regulations for the prevention of collisions.

night.

Approaching 9. No vessel, except Government vessels, shall approach within 100 yards Naval Estab of any of. His Majesty's Naval Establishments without a written permit from

the Naval Authorities.

lishments.

Penalties.

Ordinance No. 3 of 18 0.

Arrest.

Procedure.

Ordinance

No. 3 of 1890.

Interpreta- tion.

10.--(1.) Every person who commits, or attempts to commit, or procures, aids or abets, or does any act preparatory to the commission of, any act prohi- bited by these regulations, and every person who wilfully or negligently fails to do any act which he required to do by any of these regulations, shall be guilty of an offence against these regulations and shall be liable upon summary conviction to imprisonment for any term not exceeding six months and to a fine not exceeding eight hundred dollars.

(2.) When any person is convicted of any such offence and it is made to appear to a magistrate that in consequence of such offence any ammunition was expended by the naval or military authorities, the magistrate may, in addition to or in lieu of imposing any terin of imprisonment or fine, order such person to pay to the Crown the value of the ammunition so expended.

(3.) Any such order may be enforced in any manner in which the payment of a fine imposed by a magistrate may be enforced under the Magistrates Ordi- nance, 1890..

11. Every person who acts in contravention of any of these regulations or who is reasonably suspected of having so acted may be taken into custody by any police officer or revenue officer or boarding officer of the Harbour Depart-

ment.

12. Every offence under these regulations may be prosecuted before the Marine Magistrate or before one of the magistrates appointed under the Magis- trates Ordinance, 1890.

13. In these regulations :-

CC

'Daylight" means the period from fifteen minutes before sunrise to

fifteen minutes after sunset.

"Junk" includes every sea-going sailing vessel of Chinese or other

Asiatic build, construction and rig.

"Night" means the period from fifteen minutes after sunset to fifteen

minutes before sunrise.

·

CC

Port" means the waters of the Colony within the following lines:

West:-A line drawn North-West by North from the Eastern end

of the Eastern Dyeing Company's factory building to the South-East extreme of Little Green Island, thence a line South 75° West to the South-West extreme of Green Island to meet a line North 27° East from the West extreme of Green Island to the West extreme of Stonecutters, and thence to Torpedo Pier at Lai Chi Kok, North 11° East, all bearings being magnetic.

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East:--A line drawn from the West point of Siu Chau Wan to

the West point of A Kung Ngam.

"Vessel" includes every ship and boat and every other description of craft used in navigation or for the carriage of goods or passen-

gers.

14. These regulations may be cited as the Port Regulations, 1917.

16th April, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

   NOTE. The above regulations are supplementary to the Public Traffic Regulations for the Port of Hongkong which were published in the following notifications in the Gazette:

No. of Notification.

Date of Gazette.

No. of Notification.

Date of Gazette.

1914. 285.

3rd August,

1914.

1915. 215.

14th May,

1915.

286.

3rd August,

1914.

299.

2nd July,

1915.

289.

5th August,

1914.

314.

9th July,

1915.

290.

5th August,

1914.

357.

6th August,

1915.

307.

7th August,

1914.

358.

6th August,

1915.

309.

10th August,

1914.

461.

14th October,

1915.

310.

11th August,

1914.

464.

15th October,

1915.

368.

25th September, 1914.

477.

22nd October,

1915.

389.

9th October,

1914.

515.

26th November, 1915.

1915.

44,

29th January,

1915.

1916.

174.

28th April, 1916.

45.

29th January,

1915.

190.

5th May,

1916.

91.

26th February, 1915.

522.

1st December, 1916.

116. 160.

17th March,

1915.

544.

15th December, 1916.

9th April,

1915.

1917.

21.

19th January,

1917.

99.

16th March,

1917.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

    No. 160. It is hereby notified that the Government Offices and Government Schools will be closed at 1 p.m. on Monday, the 23rd April, 1917.

16th April, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

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

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East:--A line drawn from the West point of Siu Chau Wan to

the West point of A Kung Ngam.

"Vessel" includes every ship and boat and every other description of craft used in navigation or for the carriage of goods or passen-

gers.

14. These regulations may be cited as the Port Regulations, 1917.

16th April, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

   NOTE. The above regulations are supplementary to the Public Traffic Regulations for the Port of Hongkong which were published in the following notifications in the Gazette:

No. of Notification.

Date of Gazette.

No. of Notification.

Date of Gazette.

1914. 285.

3rd August,

1914.

1915. 215.

14th May,

1915.

286.

3rd August,

1914.

299.

2nd July,

1915.

289.

5th August,

1914.

314.

9th July,

1915.

290.

5th August,

1914.

357.

6th August,

1915.

307.

7th August,

1914.

358.

6th August,

1915.

309.

10th August,

1914.

461.

14th October,

1915.

310.

11th August,

1914.

464.

15th October,

1915.

368.

25th September, 1914.

477.

22nd October,

1915.

389.

9th October,

1914.

515.

26th November, 1915.

1915.

44,

29th January,

1915.

1916.

174.

28th April, 1916.

45.

29th January,

1915.

190.

5th May,

1916.

91.

26th February, 1915.

522.

1st December, 1916.

116. 160.

17th March,

1915.

544.

15th December, 1916.

9th April,

1915.

1917.

21.

19th January,

1917.

99.

16th March,

1917.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

    No. 160. It is hereby notified that the Government Offices and Government Schools will be closed at 1 p.m. on Monday, the 23rd April, 1917.

16th April, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

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PROCLAMATIONS.

No. 3.

[L.S.]

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 Article XXI of the Letters Patent intituled "Letters Patent passed under the Great Seal of the United Kingdom constituting the Office of Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies" and dated the 14th day of February 1917 it is directed and enjoined that the said Letters Patent shall be read and proclaimed at such place or places within the Colony as the Governor shall think fit and shall come into operation on a day to be fixed by the Governor by Procla- mation :

   And whereas I have thought fit that the said Letters Patent shall be read and pro- claimed in the presence of the Legislative Council of the Colony on this 19th day of April 1917 at the Council Chamber and that they shall come into operation on the 20th day of April 1917 and whereas they have been so read accordingly :

   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 in pursu- ance of the said Article and by virtue of the powers thereby vested in me do hereby proclaim the said Letters Patent accordingly and do direct that they shall come into operation on the 20th day of April 1917.

   Given at the Council Chamber, Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong, this 19th day. of April 1917.

By Command,

GOD SAVE THE KING.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

HONGKONG.

LETTERS PATENT passed under the Great Seal of the United Kingdom, constituting the Office of Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies.

Dated 14th February 1917.

Recites Letters Patent of 19th January 1888.

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 to whom these Presents shall come, Greeting.

WHEREAS by certain Letters Patent under the Great Seal of Our United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, bearing date at Westminster the Nineteenth day of January 1888, Her Majesty Queen Victoria did constitute the office of Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and over the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies, as therein described, and did provide for the Government thereof:

Letters Patent constituting the Office of

Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of

Hongkong.

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October 1898 and

And whereas by Orders of Her said Majesty in Her Privy Council Recites Orders in bearing date respectively the Twentieth day of October 1898, and the Council of 20th Twenty-seventh day of December 1899, certain territories adjacent to the 27th December said Colony were, for the term therein referred to, declared to be part and 1899. parcel of the Colony in like manner and for all intents and purposes as if they had originally formed part of the Colony:

And whereas We are minded to make other provision in lieu of the above recited Letters Patent of the Nineteenth day of January 1888:

Patent of 19th January 1888.

Now, know ye that We do by these presents revoke the above recited Revokes Letters Letters Patent of the Nineteenth day of January 1888, but without pre- judice to anything lawfully done thereunder; and We do by these Our Letters Patent declare Our Will and Pleasure as follows :--

I. There shall be a Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and over Office of Governor Our Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies (hereinafter called the constituted. Colony), and appointments to the said Office shall be made by Commission under Our Sign Manual and Signet.

and authorities.

II. We do hereby authorise, empower, and command Our said Governor's powers Governor and Commander-in-Chief (hereinafter called the Governor) to do and execute all things that belong to his said office, according to the tenour of these Our Letters Patent and of any Commission issued to him under Our Sign Manual and Signet, and according to such Instructions as may from time to time be given to him, under Our Sign Manual and Signet, or by Order in Our Privy Council, or by Us through one of Our Principal Secretaries of State, and to such laws as are now or shall hereafter be in force in the Colony.

Governor's Com-

III. Every person appointed to fill the office of Governor shall, with Publication of all due solemnity, before entering upon any of the duties of his office, mission. cause the Commission appointing him to be Governor to be read and published in the presence of the Chief Justice or other Judge of the Supreme Court, and of such Members of the Executive Council of the Colony as can conveniently attend; which being done he shall then and there take before them the Oath of Allegiance, in the form provided by an Oaths to be taken Act passed in the Session holden in the Thirty-first and Thirty-second by Governor. years of the reign of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, intituled "An Act to Imperial Act, 31 amend the Law relating to Promissory Oaths"; and likewise the usual & 32 Viet. c. 72. Oath for the due execution of the office of Governor and for the due and impartial administration of justice; which Oaths the said Chief Justice or Judge, or if they be unavoidably absent, the senior Member of the Executive Council then present, is hereby required to administer.

IV. The Governor shall keep and use the Public Seal of the Colony for Public Seal. sealing all things whatsoever that shall pass the said Public Seal.

V. There shall be an Executive Council in and for the Colony, and Executive Council. the said Council shall consist of such persons as We shall direct by Instructions under Our Sign Manual and Signet, and all such persons shall hold their places in the said Council during Our pleasure. The Governor may upon sufficient cause to him appearing suspend from the exercise of his functions in the Council any Member thereof pending the signification of Our pleasure, giving immediate notice to Us through one of Our Prin- cipal Secretaries of State. If the suspension is confirmed by Us through one of Our Principal Secretaries of State the Governor shall forthwith by an instrument under the Public Seal of the Colony revoke the appointment of such Member, and thereupon his seat in the Council shall become

vacant.

VI. There shall be a Legislative Council in and for the Colony, and Legislative Council. the said Council shall consist of the Governor and such persons as We shall direct by any Instructions under Our Sign Manual and Signet, and all such persons shall hold their places in the said Council during Our

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Governor, with

advice and consent

pleasure. The Governor may upon sufficient cause to him appearing suspend from the exercise of his functions in the Council any Member thereof pending the signification of Our pleasure, giving immediate notice to Us through one of Our Principal Secretaries of State. If the suspension is confirmed by Us through one of Our Principal Secretaries of State the Governor shall forthwith by an instrument under the Public Seal of the Colony revoke the appointment of such Member, and thereupon his seat in the Council shall become vacant.

VII. The Governor, by and with the advice and consent of the of Council, to make Legislative Council, may make laws for the peace, order, and good govern-

ment of the Colony.

Laws.

Disallowance of Laws.

Power of legisla-

tion reserved to the Crown.

Assent to Bills.

Reserved Bilts.

Governor and

VIII. We do hereby reserve to Ourselves, Our heirs and successors, full power and authority to disallow, through one of Our Principal Secretaries of State, any such law as aforesaid. Every such disallowance shall take effect from the time when the same shall be promulgated by the Governor in the Colony.

IX. We do also reserve to Ourselves, Our heirs and successors, Our and their undoubted right, with the advice of Our or their Privy Council, to make all such laws as may appear necessary for the peace, order, and good government of the Colony.

X. When a Bill passed by the Legislative Council is presented to the Governor for his assent he shall, according to his discretion, but subject to any Instructions addressed to him under Our Sign Manual and Signet or through one of Our Principal Secretaries of State, declare that he assents thereto, or refuses his assent to the same, or that he reserves the same for the signification of Our pleasure.

XI. A Bill reserved for the signification of Our pleasure shall take effect so soon as We shall have given Our assent to the same by Order in Council, or through one of Our Principal Secretaries of State, and the Governor shall have signified such assent by message to the Legislative Council or by proclamation: Provided that no such message shall be issued after two years from the day on which the Bill was presented to the Governor for his assent.

XII. In the making of any laws the Governor and the Legislative Legislative Council Council shall conform to and observe all rules, regulations, and directions in that behalf contained in any Instructions under Our Sign Manual and Signet.

to observe Instructions.

Laud grants.

Governor empowered to

XIII. The Governor, in Our name and on Our behalf, may make and execute, under the Public Seal of the Colony, grants and dispositions of any lands which may be lawfully granted or disposed of by Us. Provided that every such grant or disposition be made in conformity either with some law in force in the Colony or with some Instructions addressed to the Governor under Our Sign Manual and Signet, or through one of Our Prin- cipal Secretaries of State, or with some regulations in force in the Colony.

XIV. The Governor may constitute and appoint all such Judges, appoint Judges and Commissioners, Justices of the Peace, and other necessary Officers and Ministers in the Colony, as may lawfully be constituted or appointed by Us, all of whom, unless otherwise provided by law, shall hold their offices during Our pleasure.

other officers.

Grant of pardon.

XV. When any crime or offence has been committed within the Colony, or for which the offender may be tried therein, the Governor may, as he shall see occasion, in Our name and on Our behalf, grant a pardon to any accomplice in such crime or offence who shall give such information as shall lead to the conviction of the principal offender, or of any one of such offenders, if more than one; and further, may grant to any offender

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convicted of any crime or offence in any Court, or before any Judge or other Magistrate within the Colony, a pardon, either free or subject to lawful conditions, or any remission of the sentence passed on such offender, or any respite of the execution of such sentence for such period as the Governor thinks fit, and may remit any fines, penalties, or forfeitures due Remission of fines. or accrued to Us. Provided always that the Governor shall in no case, except where the offence has been of a political nature unaccompanied by Proviso. Banish- any other grave crime, make it a condition of any pardon or remission of ment prohibited. sentence that the offender shall be banished from or shall absent himself Exception. or be removed from the Colony.

Political offences.

 XVI. The Governor may, upon sufficient cause to him appearing, Dismissal and dismiss any public officer not appointed by virtue of a Warrant from Us, suspension of whose pensionable emoluments do not exceed one thousand dollars or one hundred pounds sterling a year, according as the said emoluments are fixed with reference to dollars or to pounds sterling as the case may be, provided that in every such case the grounds of intended dismissal are definitely stated in writing and communicated to the officer in order that he may have full opportunity of exculpating himself, and that the matter is investigated by the Governor with the aid of the head for the time being of the department in which the officer is serving.

The Governor may, upon sufficient cause to him appearing, also sus- pend from the exercise of his office any person holding any office in the Colony whether appointed by virtue of any Commission or Warrant from Us, or in Our name, or by any other mode of appointment. Such suspen- sion shall continue and have effect only until Our pleasure therein shall be signified to the Governor. If the suspension is confirmed by one of Our Principal Secretaries of State, the Governor shall forthwith cause the officer to be so informed, and thereupon his office shall become vacant. In proceeding to any such suspension, the Governor is strictly to observe the directions in that behalf given to him by Our Instructions as aforesaid.

Government.

  XVII. Whenever the office of Governor is vacant, or if the Governor Succession to become incapable, or be absent from the Colony, Our Lieutenant Governor of the Colony, or if there shall be no such Officer therein, then such person or persons as may be appointed under the Royal Sign Manual and Signet, and in default of any such appointment, the person lawfully discharging the functions of Colonial Secretary shall during Our pleasure adininister the Government of the Colony, first taking the Oaths herein before directed Proviso. Oaths of to be taken by the Governor and in the manner herein prescribed; which Office. being done, We do hereby authorise, empower, and command Our Lieu- Powers, &c., of tenant Governor, or any other such Administrator as aforesaid, to do and Administrator. execute, during Our pleasure, all things that belong to the office of Governor and Commander-in-Chief, according to the tenour of these Our Letters Patent, and according to Our Instructions as aforesaid, and the laws of the Colony.

  XVIII. And We do hereby require and command all Our officers Officers and others and ministers, civil and military, and all other the inhabitants of the to obey and assist Colony, to be obedient, aiding and assisting unto the Governor and to any Governor. person for the time being administering the Government of the Colony.

  XIX. In these Our Letters Patent the term "the Governor," shall Term "Governor" include every person for the time being administering the Government of explained. the Colony.

  XX. And We do hereby reserve to Ourselves, Our heirs and successors, Power reserved to full power and authority, from time to time, to revoke, alter, or amend His Majesty to these Our Letters Patent as to Us or them shall seem meet.

revoke, alter, or amend present Letters Patent.

  XXI. And We do further direct and enjoin that these Our Letters Publication of Patent shall be read and proclaimed at such place or places within the Letters Patent.

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Colony as the Governor shall think fit, and shall come into operation on a day to be fixed by the Governor by Proclamation.

In witness whereof We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent. Witness Ourself at Westminster, the Fourteenth day of February, in the Seventh year of Our Reign.

By Warrant under the King's Sign Manual,

SCHUSTER.

HONGKONG.

INSTRUCTIONS passed under the Royal Sign Manual and Signet to the Governor and

Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies.

Dated 14th February, 1917.

Preamble.

Recites Letters

GEORGE R.I.

INSTRUCTIONS to Our Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and over Our Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies or other Officer for the time being administering the Government of Our said Colony and its Dependencies.

WHEREAS by certain Letters Patent under the Great Seal of Our United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, bearing even date Patent of even date. herewith, We have made provision for the office of Governor and Com- mander-in-Chief (therein and hereinafter called the Governor) in and over Our Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies (therein and hereinafter called the Colony) :

    Recites Instruc- tions of 19th

And whereas We have thereby authorised and commanded the Gover- nor to do and execute all things that belong to his said office according to the tenour of Our said Letters Patent and of any Commission issued to him under Our Sign Manual and Signet and according to such Instructions as may from time to time be given to him under Our Sign Manual and Signet or by Order in Our Privy Council or by Us through one of Our Principal Secretaries of State and to such laws as are now or shall hereafter be in force in the Colony:

          And whereas Her Majesty Queen Victoria did issue certain Instructions January 1888 and to the Governor under Her Sign Manual and Signet bearing date the Nine- Additional Instruc- teenth day of January 1888, and certain Additional Instructions bearing tions of 7th July date the Seventh day of July 1896:

1896.

Revokes Instruc- tions of 19th

January 1888 and Additional Instruc- tions of 7th July 1896.

Administration of Oaths.

And whereas We are minded to substitute fresh Instructions for the aforesaid Instructions and Additional Instructions:

Now therefore We do, by these Our Instructions under Our Sign Manual and Signet, revoke as from the date of the coming into operation of Our said recited Letters Patent, the aforesaid Instructions of the Nine- teenth day of January 1888 and the aforesaid Additional Instructions of the Seventh day of July 1896, but without prejudice to anything lawfully done thereunder, and instead thereof We do direct and enjoin and declare Our will and pleasure as follows:-

I. The Governor may, whenever he thinks fit, require any person in the public service of the Colony to take the Oath of Allegiance, in the form prescribed by the Act mentioned in Our said recited Letters Patent, together with such other Oath or Oaths as may from time to time be prescribed by

INSTRUCTIONS to the

Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of

Hongkong.

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any laws in force in the Colony. The Governor is to administer such Oaths, or to cause them to be administered by some public officer of the Colony.

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   II. The Executive Council of the Colony shall consist of the Lieutenant- Constitution of Governor of the Colony (if any), the Senior Military Officer for the time Executive Council. being in command of Our regular troops within the Colony, the persons for the time being lawfully discharging the functions of Colonial Secretary, of Attorney-General, and of Treasurer of the Colony, who are hereinafter referred to as ex officio Members, and of such other persons as at the date of the coming into operation of Our said recited Letters Patent are Members of the said Council, or as We may from time to time appoint by any Instructions or Warrant under Our Sign Manual and Signet, or as the Governor in pursuance of Instructions from Us through one of Our Prin- cipal Secretaries of State may from time to time appoint under the Public Seal of the Colony.

appointment of

III. Whenever any Member, other than an ex officio Member, of the Provisional Executive Council of the Colony shall, by writing under his hand, resign Members of the his seat in the Council, or shall die, or be declared by the Governor by an Executive Council. Instrument under the Public Seal of the Colony to be incapable of exercis- ing his functions as a Member of the Council, or be absent from the Colony, or shall be acting in an office the holder of which is an ex officio Member of the Council, or shall be suspended from the exercise of his functions as a Member of the Council, the Governor may, by an Instrument under the Public Seal of the Colony, provisionally appoint any public officer to be temporarily an Official or Unofficial Member of the Council, and any person not a public officer to be temporarily an Unofficial Member of the Council in the place of the Member so resigning, or dying, or being suspended, or declared incapable, or being absent, or sitting as an ex officio Member.

Such person shall forthwith cease to be a Member of the Council if his appointment is disallowed by Us, or if the Member in whose place he was appointed shall be released from suspension, or, the case may be, shall be declared by the Governor by an Instrument under the Public Seal cap- able of again discharging his functions in the Council, or shall return to the Colony, or shall cease to sit in the Council as an ex officio Member.

   IV. The Governor shall, without delay, report to Us, for Our confirma- Such provisional tion or disallowance, through one of Our Principal Secretaries of State, appointments to

be immediately every provisional appointment of any person as a Member of the said reported. Executive Council. Every such person shall hold his place in the Council during Our pleasure, and the Governor may by an Instrument under the Public Seal revoke any such appointment.

V. The Official Members of the Executive Council shall take prece- Precedence. dence of the Unofficial Members, and among themselves shall have seniority and precedence as We may specially assign, and, in default thereof, first, the ex officio Members in the order in which their offices are above men- tioned (except that the Senior Military Officer, if below the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel in Our Army, shall take precedence after the person lawfully discharging the functions of Attorney-General), and then other Official Members and all Unofficial Members according to the priority of their respective appointments, or if appointed by or in pursuance of the same Instrument, according to the order in which they are named therein.

VI. The Governor shall forthwith communicate these Our Instructions Governor to com- to the Executive Council, and likewise all such others, from time to time, municate Instruc- as We may direct, or as he shall find convenient for Our service to impart Council.

to them.

business unless

VII. The Executive Council shall not proceed to the despatch of Executive Council business unless duly summoned by authority of the Governor, nor unless not to proceed to two Members at the least (exclusive of himself or of the Member presiding), summoned by be present and assisting throughout the whole of the meetings at which

authority. any such business shall be despatched.

Quorum.

Governor's

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Who to preside.

Minutes of

Executive Council to be kept.

To be transmitted

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VIII. The Governor shall attend and preside at all meetings of the Executive Council, unless when prevented by illness or other grave cause, and in his absence such Member as the Governor may appoint, or in the absence of such Member the senior Member of the Council actually present, shall preside.

IX. Minutes shall be regularly kept of all the proceedings of the Execu- tive Council; and at each meeting of the Council the Minutes of the last preceding meeting shall be confirmed or amended, as the case may require, before proceeding to the despatch of any other business.

        Twice in each year a full and exact copy of all Minutes for the prece- home twice a year. ding half year shall be transmitted to Us through one of Our Principal

Secretaries of State.

Governor to consult

X. In the execution of the powers and authorities granted to the Executive Council. Governor by Our said recited Letters Patent, he shall in all cases consult with the Executive Council, excepting only in cases which may be of such a nature that, in his judgment, Our service would sustain material preju- dice by consulting the Council thereupon, or when the matters to be decided shall be too unimportant to require their advice, or too urgent to admit of their advice being given by the time within which it may be necessary for him to act in respect of any such matters. In all such urgent cases he shall, at the earliest practicable period, communicate to the Executive Council the measures which he may so have adopted, with the reasons therefor.

Governor alone

entitled to submit

questions.

Governor may act in opposition to

for so doing.

XI. The Governor shall alone be entitled to submit questions to the Executive Council for their advice or decision; but if the Governor decline to submit any question to the Council when requested in writing by any Member so to do, it shall be competent to such Member to require that there be recorded upon the Minutes his written application, together with the answer returned by the Governor to the same.

XII. The Governor may, in the exercise of the powers and authorities. Executive Council, granted to him by Our said recited Letters Patent, act in opposition to the Reporting grounds advice given to him by the Members of the Executive Council, if he shall in any case deem it right to do so; but in any such case he shall fully report the matter to Us by the first convenient opportunity, with the grounds and reasons of his action. In every such case it shall be competent to any Member of the said Council to require that there be recorded at length on adverse opinions to the Minutes the grounds of any advice or opinion he may give upon the

question.

Members may require their

be recorded on

Minutes.

Constitution of

XIII. The Legislative Council of the Colony shall consist of the Legislative Council. Governor, the Lieutenant Governor (if any), the Senior Military Officer for

the time being in command of Our regular troops within the Colony, the persons for the time being lawfully discharging the functions of Colonial Secretary, Attorney-General, and Treasurer of the Colony, and such other persons holding office in the Colony, and not exceeding three in number at any one time, as at the date of the coming into operation of Our said recited Official Members. Letters Patent are Official Members of the said Council, or as We may from time to time appoint by any Instructions or Warrants under Our Sign Manual and Signet, or as the Governor, in pursuance of Instructions from Us, through one of Our Principal Secretaries of State, may from time to time appoint by an Instrument under the Public Seal of the Colony, and all such persons shall be styled Official Members of the Legislative Council; and further of such persons, not exceeding six in number at any one time, as at the date of the coming into operation of Our said recited Letters Unofficial Members. Patent are Unofficial Members of the said Council, or as the Governor, in pursuance of Instructions from Us, through one of Our Principal Secre- taries of State, may from time to time appoint by an Instrument under the Public Seal of the Colony, and all such persons shall be styled Unofficial Members of the Legislative Council.

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XIV. Whenever any Official Member other than an ex officio Member Provisional of the Legislative Council of the Colony shall, by writing under his hand, appointments in resign his seat in the Council, or shall die, or be suspended from the Members exercise of his functions as a Member of the Council, or be declared by the absent, &c. Governor by an Instrument under the Public Seal of the Colony to be incapable of exercising his functions as a Member of the Council, or be absent from the Colony, or shall be acting in an office the holder of which is an ex officio Member of the Council, the Governor may, by an Instru- ment under the Public Seal of the Colony, provisionally appoint some per- son to be temporarily an Official Member of the Council in the place of the Member so resigning, or dying, or being suspended, or declared incapable, or being absent, or sitting as an ex officio Member.

  Such person shall forthwith cease to be an Official Member of the Council if his appointment is disallowed by Us, or if the Member in whose place he was appointed shall return to the Colony, or shall be released from suspension, or shall be declared by the Governor by an Instrument under the Public Seal capable of again discharging his functions in the said Council, or shall cease to sit in the Council as an ex officio Member.

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  The Governor shall, without delay, report to Us, for Our confirmation Provisional or disallowance, through one of Our Principal Secretaries of State, every immediately

appointments to be provisional appointment of any person as an Official Member of the reported. Legislative Council. Every such person shall hold his place in the Council during Our pleasure, and the Governor may by an Instrument under the Revocation of such Public Seal revoke any such appointment.

appointments.

place of Unofficial

  XV. If any Unofficial Member of the Legislative Council shall die, or Provisional become incapable of discharging his functions as a Member of the Council, appointments in or be suspended or removed from his seat in the Council, or be absent from Members the Colony, or if he resign by writing under his hand, or if his seat become absent, & vacant, the Governor may, by an Instrument under the Public Seal of the Colony, provisionally appoint in his place a fit person to be temporarily an Unofficial Member of the said Council.

  Such person shall forthwith cease to be a Member if his appointment is disallowed by Us, or if the Member in whose place he was appointed shall return to the Colony, or, as the case may be, shall be released from suspension, or shall be declared by the Governor by an Instrument under the Public Seal capable of again discharging his functions in the said Council.

immediately

The Governor shall, without delay, report to Us, for Our confirmation Provisional or disallowance, to be signified through one of Our Principal Secretaries of appointments to be State, every provisional appointment of any person as an Unofficial Member reported. of the Legislative Council. Every such person shall hold his place in the Council during Our pleasure, and the Governor may by an Instrument under the Public Seal revoke any such appointment.

Revocation of such appointments.

Members.

XVI. Every person who at the date of the coming into operation of Vacation of seats Our said recited Letters Patent is an Unofficial Member of the Legislative Unofficial Council may retain his seat until the end of six years from the date of his appointment, and every Unofficial Member appointed after the date of the coming into operation of Our said recited Letters Patent shall vacate his seat at the end of six years from the date of the Instrument by which or in pursuance of which he is appointed, unless it is otherwise provided by that

Instrument.

Provided that if any such Member is provisionally appointed to fill a vacant seat in the Council and his provisional appointment is immediately followed by his definitive appointment, the aforesaid period of six years shall be reckoned from the date of the Instrument provisionally appointing

him.

   Every such Unofficial Member shall be eligible to be re-appointed by the Governor by an Instrument under the Public Seal of the Colony for a further period not exceeding six years, subject to Our approval conveyed through one of Our Principal Secretaries of State.

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Seats declared void in certain cases.

Resignation of Members.

Council may

transact business notwithstanding vacancies.

Quorum.

Precedence of Members.

Who to preside.

Questions to be decided by a

majority.

Governor

to have original and casting vote.

Rules and orders to be made.

Question, &c., for debate.

Rules and regula-

XVII. If any Unofficial Member of the Legislative Council shall become bankrupt or insolvent, or shall be convicted of any criminal offence, or shall absent himself from the Colony for more than three months without leave from the Governor, the Governor may declare in writing that the seat of such Member at the Council is vacant, and immediately on the publica- tion of such declaration he shall cease to be a Member of the Council,

XVIII. Any Unofficial Member may resign his seat at the Council by writing under his hand, but no such resignation shall take effect until it be accepted in writing by the Governor, or by Us through one. of Our Principal Secretaries of State.

XIX. The Legislative Council shall not be disqualified from the trans- action of business on account of any vacancies among the Members thereof; but the said Council shall not be competent to act in any case unless (in- cluding the Governor or the Member presiding) there be present at and throughout the meetings of the Council five Members at the least.

XX. The Official Members of the Legislative Council shall take pre- cedence of the Unofficial Members; and among themselves shall take precedence as We may specially assign, and, in default thereof, first the ex officio Members, in the order in which their offices are mentioned (except that the Senior Military Officer, if below the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel in Our Army, shall take precedence after the person lawfully discharging the functions of Attorney-General), then other Official Members and all Un- official Members according to the priority of their respective appointments, or if appointed by or in pursuance of the same Instrument according to the order in which they are named therein.

Every Unofficial Member of the Legislative Council re-appointed im- mediately on the termination of his term of office shall take precedence according to the date from which he has been continuously a Member of the said Council.

XXI. The Governor shall attend and preside in the Legislative Council, unless prevented by illness or other grave cause; and in his absence any Member appointed by him in writing shall preside, or in default of such Member, the Member who is first in precedence of those present shall preside.

XXII. All questions proposed for debate in the Legislative Council shall be decided by the majority of votes, and the Governor or the Member presiding shall have an original vote in common with the other Members of the Council, and also a casting vote, if upon any question the votes shall be equal.

XXIII. The Legislative Council may from time to time make standing rules and orders for the regulation of their own proceedings; provided such rules and orders be not repugnant to Our said recited Letters Patent, or to these Our Instructions, or to any other Instructions from Us under Our Sign Manual and Signet.

XXIV. It shall be competent for any Member of the Legislative Council to propose any question for debate therein; and such question, if seconded by any other Member, shall be debated and disposed of according to the standing rules and orders. Provided always that every ordinance, vote, resolution, or question, the object or effect of which may be to dispose of or charge any part of Our revenue arising within the Colony, shall be pro- posed by the Governor, unless the proposal of the same shall have been expressly allowed or directed by him.

XXV. In the passing of Ordinances the Governor and the Council shall tions under which observe, as far as practicable, the following Rules:----

Ordinances are to

be enacted.

Form of enacting Ordinances.

1. All laws shall be styled "Ordinances," and the enacting words shall be, "enacted by the Governor of Hongkong, with the advice and consent "of the Legislative Council thereof."

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2. All Ordinances shall be distinguished by titles, and shall be divided Ordinances to be into successive clauses or paragraphs, numbered consecutively, and to every methodically such clause there shall be annexed in the margin a short summary of its arranged. contents. The Ordinances of each year shall be distinguished by con- secutive numbers, commencing in each year with the number one.

Except in the case of Bills reserved for the signification of Our pleasure, all Ordinances passed by the Legislative Council in any one year shall, if assented to by the Governor, be assented to by him in that year, and shall be dated as of the day on which the assent of the Governor is given, and shall be numbered as of the year in which they are passed.

Bills not so assented to by the Governor, but reserved by him for the signification of Our pleasure, shall be dated as of the day and numbered as of the year on and in which they are brought into operation.

same Ordinance.

3. Each different matter shall be provided for by a different Ordinance, Different subjects without intermixing in one and the same Ordinance such things as have not to be mixed in no proper relation to each other; and no clause is to be inserted in or No clause to be annexed to any Ordinance which shall be foreign to what the title of such introduced foreign Ordinance imports, and no perpetual clause shall be part of any temporary Ordinance imports. Ordinance.

to what title of

Temporary Ordinances.

   XXVI. The Governor shall not, except in the cases hereunder men- Description of Bills tioned, assent in Our name to any Bill of any of the following classes:

1. Any Bill for the divorce of persons joined together in holy matri-

mony:

2. Any Bill whereby any grant of land or money, or other donation or gratuity, may be made to himself :

3. Any Bill affecting the Currency of the Colony or relating to the issue of Bank notes:

4. Any Bill establishing any Banking Association, or amending or altering the constitution, powers, or privileges of any Banking Association:

5. Any Bill imposing differential duties:

6. Any Bill the provisions of which shall appear inconsistent with obligations imposed upon Us by Treaty:

7. Any Bill interfering with the discipline or control of Our forces by land, sea, or air:

8. Any Bill of an extraordinary nature and importance, whereby Our prerogative, or the rights and property of Our subjects not residing in the Colony, or the trade and shipping of Our United Kingdom and its Depen- dencies, may be prejudiced :

   9. Any Bill whereby persons not of European birth or descent may be subjected or made liable to any disabilities or restrictions to which of European birth or descent are not also subjected or made liable :

persons

   10. Any Bill containing provisions to which Our assent has been once refused, or which have been disallowed by Us:

not to be

assented to.

immediate

Unless in the case of any such Bill as aforesaid the Governor shall Proviso in cases of have previously obtained Our instructions upon such Bill through one of emergency for Our Principal Secretaries of State, or unless such Bill shall contain a clause operation of an suspending the operation of such Bill until the signification of Our pleasure thereupon, or unless the Governor shall have satisfied himself that an urgent necessity exists requiring that such Bill be brought into immediate operation, in which case he is authorised to assent in Our name to such Bill, unless the same shall be repugnant to the law of Eng- land, or inconsistent with any obligations imposed on Us by treaty. But he is to transmit to Us, by the earliest opportunity, the Bill so assented to, together with his reasons for assenting thereto.

   XXVII. Every Bill intended to affect or benefit some particular person, Private Bills. association or corporate body shall contain a section saving the rights of Us, Our heirs and successors, all bodies politic and corporate, and all others except such as are mentioned in the Bill and those claiming by, from, and

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Ordinances, &c., to

authenticated.

under them. No such Bill, not being a Government measure, shall be introduced into the Legislative Council until due notice has been given by not less than two successive publications of the Bill in the Hongkong Government Gazette, and in such other manner as may be required by the Standing Rules and Orders for the time being in force; and the Governor shall not assent thereto in Our name until it has been so published. A certificate under the hand of the Governor shall be transmitted to Us with the Bill signifying that such publication has been made.

XXVIII. When any Ordinance shall have been passed or when any be sent home duly Bill shall have been reserved for the signification of Our pleasure, the Governor shall transmit to Us, through one of Our Principal Secretaries of State, for Our final approval, disallowance or other direction thereupon, a full and exact copy in duplicate of the same, and of the marginal summary thereof, duly authenticated under the Public Seal of the Colony, and by his own signature. Such copy shall be accompanied by such explanatory observations as may be required to exhibit the reasons and occasion for passing such Ordinance or Bill.

Collection of

 Ordinances to be published every

year.

Minutes of proceed-

ings of Legislative

XXIX. At the earliest practicable period at the commencement of each

year, the Governor shall cause a complete collection to be published, for general information, of all Ordinances enacted during the preceding

year.

XXX. Minutes shall be regularly kept of the proceedings of the Council to be kept, Legislative Council, and at each meeting of the said Council, the Minutes and sent home after of the last preceding meeting shall be confirmed or amended, as the case

may require, before proceeding to the despatch of any other business.

every meeting.

Surveys and

made before waste

The Governor shall transmit to Us, through one of Our Principal Secretaries of State, as soon as possible after every meeting a full and exact copy of the Minutes of the said Council.

XXXI. Before disposing of any vacant or waste land to Us belonging, reservations to be the Governor shall cause the same to be surveyed, and such reservations lands are disposed to be made thereout as he may think necessary for roads or other public purposes. The Governor shall not, directly or indirectly, purchase for himself any of such lands without Our special permission given through one of Our Principal Secretaries of State.

of.

Governor not to purchase lands.

Appointments to be provisional and during pleasure.

 Suspension of Officers.

XXXII. All Commissions to be granted by the Governor to any person or persons for exercising any office or employment shall, unless otherwise provided by law, be granted during pleasure only; and whenever the Governor shall appoint to any vacant office or employment, of which the initial emoluments exceed one thousand dollars or one hundred pounds sterling a year, according as the said emoluments are fixed with reference to dollars or to pounds sterling, as the case may be, any person not by Us specially directed to be appointed thereto, he shall, at the same time, ex- pressly apprise such person that such appointment is to be considered only as temporary and provisional until Our allowance or disallowance thereof be signified.

XXXIII. Before suspending from the exercise of his office any public officer whose annual pensionable emoluments exceed one thousand dollars or one hundred pounds sterling, according as the said emoluments are fixed with reference to dollars or to pounds sterling, as the case may be, the Governor shall signify to such officer, by a statement in writing, the grounds of the intended suspension, and shall call upon him to state in writing the grounds upon which he desires to exculpate himself, and if the officer does not furnish such statement within the time fixed by the Gover- nor, or fails to exculpate himself to the satisfaction of the Governor, the Governor shall appoint a Committee of the Executive Council to investigate the charges made and to make a full report to the Executive Council. The Governor shall forthwith cause such report to be considered by the Council, and shall cause to be recorded on the Minutes whether the Council or the

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majority thereof does or does not assent to the suspension; and if the Governor thereupon proceed to such suspension, he shall transmit the report of the Committee and the evidence taken by it, together with the Minutes of the proceedings of the Council, to Us through one of Our Principal Secretaries of State by the earliest opportunity. But if in any case the interests of Our service shall appear to the Governor to demand that a person shall cease to exercise the powers and functions of his office instantly, or before there shall be time to take the proceedings hereinbefore directed, he shall then interdict such person from the exercise of the powers and functions of his office,

capital cases.

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  XXXIV. Whenever any offender shall have been condemned by Regulation of the sentence of any Court in the Colony to suffer death, the Governor power of pardon in shall call upon the Judge who presided at the trial to make to him a written Judge's report report of the case of such offender, and shall cause such report to be taken to be laid into consideration at the first meeting of the Executive Council which may Council. be conveniently held thereafter, and he may cause the said Judge to be specially summoned to attend at such meeting and to produce his notes thereat. The Governor shall not pardon or reprieve any such offender unless it shall appear to him expedient so to do, upon receiving the advice of the Executive Council thereon; but in all such cases he is to decide Governor to take either to extend or to withhold a pardon or reprieve, according to his own council in such deliberate judgment, whether the Members of the Executive Council concur cases. therein or otherwise, entering, nevertheless, on the Minutes of the Executive May exercise his

                                                own judgment; Council a Minute of his reasons at length, in case he should decide any entering his reasons such question in opposition to the judgment of the majority of the Members on Council Minutes, thereof.

advice of Executive

if unable to accept the advice of the majority.

  XXXV. The Governor shall punctually forward to Us from year to Blue Book. year, through one of Our Principal Secretaries of State, the annual book of returns for the Colony, commonly called the Blue Book, relating to the Revenue and Expenditure, Defence, Public Works, Legislation, Civil Establishments, Pensions, Population, Schools, Course of Exchange, Imports and Exports, Agriculture, Produce, Manufactures, and other matters in the said Blue Book more particularly specified, with reference to the state and condition of the Colony.

  XXXVI. The Governor shall not upon any pretence whatever quit the Governor's absence. Colony without having first obtained leave from Us for so doing under Our Sign Manual and Signet, or through one of Our Principal Secretaries

of State.

Governor "

  XXXVII. In these Our Instructions the term "the Governor" shall, Term "the unless inconsistent with the context, include every person for the time. explained. being administering the Government of the Colony.

Given at Our Court at Saint James's, this Fourteenth day of February, 1917, in the Seventh year of Our Reign.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 161.

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 19th day of April, 1917.

The list which was published in the Gazette of the 21st July, 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, No. 3, and

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majority thereof does or does not assent to the suspension; and if the Governor thereupon proceed to such suspension, he shall transmit the report of the Committee and the evidence taken by it, together with the Minutes of the proceedings of the Council, to Us through one of Our Principal Secretaries of State by the earliest opportunity. But if in any case the interests of Our service shall appear to the Governor to demand that a person shall cease to exercise the powers and functions of his office instantly, or before there shall be time to take the proceedings hereinbefore directed, he shall then interdict such person from the exercise of the powers and functions of his office,

capital cases.

231

before Executive

  XXXIV. Whenever any offender shall have been condemned by Regulation of the sentence of any Court in the Colony to suffer death, the Governor power of pardon in shall call upon the Judge who presided at the trial to make to him a written Judge's report report of the case of such offender, and shall cause such report to be taken to be laid into consideration at the first meeting of the Executive Council which may Council. be conveniently held thereafter, and he may cause the said Judge to be specially summoned to attend at such meeting and to produce his notes thereat. The Governor shall not pardon or reprieve any such offender unless it shall appear to him expedient so to do, upon receiving the advice of the Executive Council thereon; but in all such cases he is to decide Governor to take either to extend or to withhold a pardon or reprieve, according to his own council in such deliberate judgment, whether the Members of the Executive Council concur cases. therein or otherwise, entering, nevertheless, on the Minutes of the Executive May exercise his

                                                own judgment; Council a Minute of his reasons at length, in case he should decide any entering his reasons such question in opposition to the judgment of the majority of the Members on Council Minutes, thereof.

advice of Executive

if unable to accept the advice of the majority.

  XXXV. The Governor shall punctually forward to Us from year to Blue Book. year, through one of Our Principal Secretaries of State, the annual book of returns for the Colony, commonly called the Blue Book, relating to the Revenue and Expenditure, Defence, Public Works, Legislation, Civil Establishments, Pensions, Population, Schools, Course of Exchange, Imports and Exports, Agriculture, Produce, Manufactures, and other matters in the said Blue Book more particularly specified, with reference to the state and condition of the Colony.

  XXXVI. The Governor shall not upon any pretence whatever quit the Governor's absence. Colony without having first obtained leave from Us for so doing under Our Sign Manual and Signet, or through one of Our Principal Secretaries

of State.

Governor "

  XXXVII. In these Our Instructions the term "the Governor" shall, Term "the unless inconsistent with the context, include every person for the time. explained. being administering the Government of the Colony.

Given at Our Court at Saint James's, this Fourteenth day of February, 1917, in the Seventh year of Our Reign.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 161.

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 19th day of April, 1917.

The list which was published in the Gazette of the 21st July, 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, No. 3, and

:

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which was amended by the lists published in the Gazettes of the 4th, 18th and 25th August, 1st, 15th and 22nd September, 6th, 20th and 27th October, 17th November, 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th December, 1916, 5th, 19th and 26th January, 2nd and 23rd February, 2nd and 16th March, and 5th April, 1917, is hereby further amended by the variation and addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto :-

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

SCHEDULE.

Additions to List.

ARGENTINA AND URUGUAY.

Camartino, Luis, Calle 25 de Mayo 179, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Castagnet & Company, Montevideo, Uruguay. Crespo, Arturo, Calle Maipu 457, & Calle Superí 1629,

Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Giulfo, José, Montevideo, Uruguay.

Kapelusz, A., & Company, Calle B. Mitre 1259, Buenos

Aires, Argentina.

Ortiz, Waldino, Calle Carlos Pellegrini 354, Buenos

Aires, Argentina.

Rocco, F., & Company, Cerro Largo 821, & Calle

Paraguay 1968, Montevideo, Uruguay.

BRAZIL.

Alsacienne (Société) de Plantations en Brésil, Tapaná

& Santarém, Cacual Grande.

Bandeira, Luis, Rio de Janeiro.

Beuster, (P.M.) Lima & Company, Caixa 43, Porto

Alegre.

Damazio, Guilhermino, Rua 24 de Maio, Santos. Hobbing, Englebert, Marechal Floriano 62, Porto

Alegre.

Hoff, Von, Tapaná & Santarém, Cacual Grande.

Mattos, Alberto, Rua dos Ourives 54, Rio de Janeiro. Tapaná Plantations Company, Tapaná, near Para. Vieira, Luiz, Rio de Janeiro.

CHILE.

16 Feb., 1917.

Bayro, Guillermo, Antofagasta.

16 Feb., 1917.

Benitez, Armando, Casilla 572, Santiago.

16 Feb., 1917.

Constancia, Compania Salitres, Iquique.

16 Feb., 1917.

Muller, Erwin, Iquique.

16 Feb., 1917.

Umlauff, Ehni & Company, Calle Estado 378, Santiago.

COLOMBIA.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

Borné, A., Medellin & Manizales. Garcia, J., Barranquilla.

JAPAN.

16 Feb., 1917. Fukushima, Otokichi, Marunouchi P.O. Box 28 & 3,

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

Uchisaiwai-Cho, Tokyo.

NETHERLANDS.

Allgemeine Radiogen, A. G., Keizersgracht 369-373,

Amsterdam.

Blijdenstein, H. H., Stadhouderskade 16A & Postbox

263, Amsterdam.

Griendt, A. M. van der (Wilhelm Siemens), Boschje

10-11, Rotterdam.

!

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:

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16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

Hille, Rudolf, Heerengracht 212, Amsterdam. Karlsberg B., & Company, Rokin 65-69, Amsterdam. Katzenstein, D., Singel 155, Amsterdam.

Kersken, H., Junior, Prins Henrikkade 181, Amsterdam. Kessler, A., S'Gravendijkwal, Rotterdam. Köhler, Joseph, Keizersgracht 231, Amsterdam. Lassen, Carl, Zuidblaak 26, Rotterdam. Noack's (E.) Fabr. v. Fijne Vleeschw. en Conserven,

Emmasingel 3, Groningen.

Siemens & Halske, Stationsweg 22, The Hague. Siemens Schuckert Automobielen Werke, Van Hoorn-

beek straat 75/81, The Hague.

Siemens Schuckert Werke, Huygenspark 38 & 39, The

Hague.

Siemens. Wilhelm (Manager A. M. van der Griendt),

Boschje 10-11, Rotterdam.

NORWAY.

Dorum, O., Bratoren, Trondhjem, & Ostersund. Eagle Oil Company of New York, Limited, Toldbodgt.

4, Christiania.

Grimmelmann, F. (of Gummivarelagaret A./S.), Torvgate

10, Christiania.

Gummivarelagaret A./S., Torvgate 10, Christiania. Kleiberg, Berge T., Suldalsgt. 79, Stavanger. Kock, W., Karl Johansgt. 14, Trondhjem. Lifschutz, A., Vaskerelvssm. 18, Bergen.

Nerdrum, H. G. (Gummivarelagaret A./S.), Torvgate

10, & Nordstrand, Christiania. Norrona Fabriker, Porsgrund. Olsen, Edward, Grogt. 7, Christiania. Petersen, P. M., & Son, Porsgrund. Porsgrund's Gjaerfabrik, Porsgrund.

Solsberg, C. A. (of Gummivarelagaret A./S.), Torvgate

10, Christiania.

PERU.

233

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

Calderon, Miguel E., Sullana. Rivera, T., Casilla 1124, Lima.

SPAIN.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

Barcena, Fernando, L. Puigcerver 14, Vigo. Barcena y Franco, Hijos de M. (in liquidation), Calle

Real 14, Vigo.

Cartana (see Homs Cartana, Zacarias).

Crom, Sociedad Anonima, Calle Buenos Aires 6, Bar-

celona.

Hartmann & Company, Madrid, Calle Cortes 591, Bar-

celona; Valencia & Seville.

Homs Cartana, Zacarias, Fuencarral 55, Madrid. Minguez, Basilio, Carthagena. Minguez, Julio, Carthagena. Molina, Diego, Alicante.

Nordmann, D. C., (Sucesor Werner Grube) (see Grube,

Werner).

Roseno & Company, Calle Monte Esquinza 10, Madrid.

SWEDEN.

Andrén, Axel, Stora Nygatan 7 & Packhusplatsen 2,

Hertzia, Gothenburg.

Åquist, Ernst ("Oscaria" Skofabriken of Stockholm

&c.), Orebro.

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16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

Frykberg's, J. E., Handels A/B., Badstugatan 12,

Stockholm.

Orienten Kaffe Import, Rosteriet A/B., (Peder Melin &

Company), N. Hamng. 6, Gothenburg. "Oscaria" Skofabriken (Ernst Åquist of Orebro), Mästersamuelsg. 61, Stockholm; Gothenburg & Sundbyberg.

Ström, Carl, Vasagatan 4, Stockholm.

Wallenberg's, L. O., Skofabrik (or Skomakare), Södra

Forstadsg. 58, Malmö.

VENEZUELA.

Fensohn, C., & Company, Curacao & Caracas. Sinram, O., Caracas.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

Removals from List.

ARGENTINA.

Roma & Company, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

BRAZIL.

Pradez, Pierre. Rio de Janeiro & Santos. Vasconcellos, José de, & Company, Pernambuco.

CHILE.

16 Feb., 1917. Robles, Eduardo, Casilla 607, Santiago.

DENMARK.

16 Feb., 1917. Costa & Ribeiro, Copenhagen.

ECUADOR.

16 Feb., 1917. Castro, Allen, Calle 16a 205, Guayaquil.

MOROCCO.

16 Feb., 1917. Asharual, Abdelwahab, Arzila.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

Brinker, J. H. den, Sourabaya. Import Maatschappij, De, Sourabaya. Montage Bureau, Bandoeng. Muller, Rudolph, Bandoeng. Schwenkel, A., Balik Papan.

NORWAY.

16 Feb., 1917. Aanensen, Philip S., Christiansand.

PERSIA.

16 Feb., 1917. Safa & Company, Limited, Bushire.

PORTUGAL.

16 Feb., 1917. Silva, Francisco Eduardo Moreira Da, Avenida Casal

Ribeiro 17, Lisbon.

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16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917. 16 Feb., 1917.

SPAIN.

i

Diego, Cesar de, Colegiata 13, Madrid. Diego, de, & Falkenstein, Colegiata 13, Madrid. Floralia, Sociedad Anonima la, Narciso Serra 5, Madrid.

VENEZUELA.

16 Feb., 1917. Ramirez, Ismael, San Cristobal.

Variations in List.

Corrections in the names and alterations in and additions to addresses of the persons or firms, whose names were published in the United Kingdom on the respective dates shown in the margin, are made as under

14 Apr., 1916.

14 Apr., 1916.

24 Mar., 1916.

2 Feb., 1917.

ARGENTINA AND URUGUAY.

Curt, Berger & Company,

should read

Berger, Curt, & Company.

Hard, Engelbert, & Company, Patricios 1937, Buenos

Aires, Argentina ; & Montevideo, Uruguay. Torviso, B., & Company, Calle General Mitre 643,

Rosario, Argentina.

BRAZIL.

Lobo, M., Manaos.

18 May, 1916. Lobo, M.,

COLOMBIA.

8 Dec., 1916. Cortissoz, Correa & Company (Credito Mercantil),

Barranquilla.

NETHERLANDS.

10 Nov., 1916. 29 Feb., 1916.

66

Holland," Textiel Fabriek, Enschede.

29 Feb., 1916.

Lamm Brothers (Alois Lamm), Weteringschans 84,

Amsterdam.

Steenkolen Handels-Vereeniging (Coal Trading Associa- tion), Westerkade 2, Rotterdam; & Rijnkade 1, Utrecht.

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

19 Jan., 1917. Emmerick, J. Van, (no connection with Nederlandsche Export Maatschappy v/ Van Emmerick & Com- pany, Sourabaya).

16 Feb., 1917. Marbau Rubber Maatschappij, Medan and Palembang,

19 Jan., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

16 Feb., 1917.

Sumatra.

Nass, B., & Company, Kota Radja, Sumatra. Vrijberghe de Coningh, Van, Sourabaya. Vroman, S., Batavia and Sourabaya.

PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.

24 Mar., 1916. Schmidt & Ziegler, Calle David 244 & P.O. Box 581,

Manila.

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22 Dec., 1916. Grube, Werner,

SPAIN.

should read

22 Dec., 1916. Grube, Werner (Sucesor de D. C. Nordmann) Nord-

mann, D. C. (Sucesor Werner Grube).

SWEDEN.

8 Aug, 1916. Akerman & Dahl, Postagatau 29, Gothenburg; Boras

& Norrköping.

29 Feb., 1916. Jäger, Wilhelm, Stadsgarden 8, Stockholm.

    *NOTE (1).--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 Persia, Morocco or Portuguese East Africa, and consequently it is an offence to trade with any person or body of persons of enemy nationality resident or carrying on business in Persia, 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.

NOTE (2).-Where a firm named in the list has more than one branch in the same country, all branches in that country are held to be included in the list even in cases where no address, or of several addresses, one only is specifically mentioned.

NOTE (3).--The above additions and removals were made in the United Kingdom on the dates which appear opposite to the respective names.

    NOTE (4). With reference to Note (3) to Notification No. 72, published in the Gazette of the 2nd March, 1917, and Note (4) to Notification No. 119, published in the Government Gazette of the 30th March, 1917, the name of Kee Sang (Japan) was removed in the United Kingdom on the 16th February, 1917.

No. 162.

Amendment of the Conditions of Licence to store Petrol for the use of Motor Cars made by the Governor in Council under Section 10 of the Dangerous Goods Ordinance, 1873, Ordinance No. 1 of 1873, this 19th day of April, 1917.

Conditions Nos. 5 and 6 of the Conditions of Licence to store 30 gallons of Petrol for the use of Motor Cars in the ground floor and backyard of a domestic building published on pages 313 and 314 of the Regulations of Hongkong, 1914, are hereby amended as follows:---

5 (b). By substituting the figure "40" for the figure "10" in the second line

thereof.

5 (d). By substituting the figure "40" for the figure "10" in the third line

thereof.

6. By deleting the figure and word "10 gallon" in the second line thereof.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

19th April, 1917.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

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22 Dec., 1916. Grube, Werner,

SPAIN.

should read

22 Dec., 1916. Grube, Werner (Sucesor de D. C. Nordmann) Nord-

mann, D. C. (Sucesor Werner Grube).

SWEDEN.

8 Aug, 1916. Akerman & Dahl, Postagatau 29, Gothenburg; Boras

& Norrköping.

29 Feb., 1916. Jäger, Wilhelm, Stadsgarden 8, Stockholm.

    *NOTE (1).--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 Persia, Morocco or Portuguese East Africa, and consequently it is an offence to trade with any person or body of persons of enemy nationality resident or carrying on business in Persia, 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.

NOTE (2).-Where a firm named in the list has more than one branch in the same country, all branches in that country are held to be included in the list even in cases where no address, or of several addresses, one only is specifically mentioned.

NOTE (3).--The above additions and removals were made in the United Kingdom on the dates which appear opposite to the respective names.

    NOTE (4). With reference to Note (3) to Notification No. 72, published in the Gazette of the 2nd March, 1917, and Note (4) to Notification No. 119, published in the Government Gazette of the 30th March, 1917, the name of Kee Sang (Japan) was removed in the United Kingdom on the 16th February, 1917.

No. 162.

Amendment of the Conditions of Licence to store Petrol for the use of Motor Cars made by the Governor in Council under Section 10 of the Dangerous Goods Ordinance, 1873, Ordinance No. 1 of 1873, this 19th day of April, 1917.

Conditions Nos. 5 and 6 of the Conditions of Licence to store 30 gallons of Petrol for the use of Motor Cars in the ground floor and backyard of a domestic building published on pages 313 and 314 of the Regulations of Hongkong, 1914, are hereby amended as follows:---

5 (b). By substituting the figure "40" for the figure "10" in the second line

thereof.

5 (d). By substituting the figure "40" for the figure "10" in the third line

thereof.

6. By deleting the figure and word "10 gallon" in the second line thereof.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

19th April, 1917.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

No. 163.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL,

THURSDAY, 5TH APRIL, 1917.

No. 4.

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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, C.M.G.).

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).

the Captain Superintendent of Police, (CHARLES MCILVAINE MESSER). Mr. WEI YUK, C.M.G.

Mr. HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, K.C.

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Mr. EDWARD SHELLIM.

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Mr. PERCY HOBSON HOLYOAK,

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Mr. CHARLES EDWARD ANTON.

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ABSENT:

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the Colonial Treasurer, (ALEXANDER MACDONALD THOMSON). Mr. LAU CHÜ-PAK.

The Council met pursuant to adjournment.

The Minutes of the last Meeting, held on the 29th March, 1917, were confirmed.

FINANCIAL MINUTE. The Colonial Secretary laid on the table Financial Minute No. 11, and moved that it be referred to the Finance Committee:---

No. 11.--Public Works, Extraordinary, Kowloon Water

Works, (44) Miscellaneous,.

Mr. WEI YUK seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

710.00.

REPORT OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE.-The Colonial Secretary laid on the table the Report of the Finance Committee (No. 3), dated the 29th March, 1917, and moved its adoption.

Mr. WEI YUK seconded.

Question put and agreed to.

MOTION.---Mr. HOLYOAK gave notice that he will move the following resolution at the next meeting of the Council:-----

It is the opinion of this Council that it is in the best interest of the Colony of Hongkong that persons of German nationality should be excluded therefrom for a period of at least 10 years following the declaration of peace; and that, subsequently, they be only admitted into the Colony under strict licence.

QUESTIONS.--Mr. HOLYOAK gave notice that he will put the following questions at the next meeting of the Council:-

1. Will the Government state whether the attention of the Secretary of State for the Colonies is especially drawn on all occasions to motions made by unofficial members which have been defeated by the use of the Official majority against the unanimous vote of unofficial members of Council?

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2. Will the Government also state whether on all occasions when a bill, or any part of a bill, is passed by the use of the Official majority against the unanimous vote of the unofficial members of Council a special explanation is given to the Secretary of State for the Colonies to justify the use of the Official majority and are the circumstances of different cases fully set forth in a special despatch?

3. Will the Government state when the German Bank and other "immovable" German private

property will be sold by Public Auction ?

4. Having regard to the fact that the German Bank property has already been advertised for the prescribed period of three months, will it be considered necessary to advertise it again for any period longer than a few days?

MERCHANT SHIPPING AMENDMENT BILL.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled An Ordinance to amend the Merchant Shipping Ordinances, 1899-1913.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Mr. POLLOCK and His Excellency the Governor addressed the Council.

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 addition was made to the marginal note to section 1:-" Ordinances Nos. 10 of 1899 and 25 of 1913."

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.

1917.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a third time and passed.

ADJOURNMENT.--The Council then adjourned until Thursday, the 19th day of April,

Confirmed this 19th day of April, 1917.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

F. H. MAY, Governor.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 164. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint, under the provisions of Section 19 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, Mr. FRANCIS ASLETT to be a Second Class Sanitary Inspector, with effect from 1st April, 1917.

20th April, 1917.

NOTICES.

No. 165.

ERRATUM.

In the second line of the Port Regulations, 1917, which were published as Notifica- tion No. 159 in the Gazette of the 16th April, 1917, "26th October, 1916", should read "26th October, 1896 ".

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2. Will the Government also state whether on all occasions when a bill, or any part of a bill, is passed by the use of the Official majority against the unanimous vote of the unofficial members of Council a special explanation is given to the Secretary of State for the Colonies to justify the use of the Official majority and are the circumstances of different cases fully set forth in a special despatch?

3. Will the Government state when the German Bank and other "immovable" German private

property will be sold by Public Auction ?

4. Having regard to the fact that the German Bank property has already been advertised for the prescribed period of three months, will it be considered necessary to advertise it again for any period longer than a few days?

MERCHANT SHIPPING AMENDMENT BILL.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled An Ordinance to amend the Merchant Shipping Ordinances, 1899-1913.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Mr. POLLOCK and His Excellency the Governor addressed the Council.

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 addition was made to the marginal note to section 1:-" Ordinances Nos. 10 of 1899 and 25 of 1913."

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.

1917.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a third time and passed.

ADJOURNMENT.--The Council then adjourned until Thursday, the 19th day of April,

Confirmed this 19th day of April, 1917.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

F. H. MAY, Governor.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 164. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint, under the provisions of Section 19 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, Mr. FRANCIS ASLETT to be a Second Class Sanitary Inspector, with effect from 1st April, 1917.

20th April, 1917.

NOTICES.

No. 165.

ERRATUM.

In the second line of the Port Regulations, 1917, which were published as Notifica- tion No. 159 in the Gazette of the 16th April, 1917, "26th October, 1916", should read "26th October, 1896 ".

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COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

   No. 166. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint, under Section 3 of the Vaccination Ordinance, 1890, (Ordinance No. 2 of 1890), the following gentleman to be a Public Vaccinator:---

Name.

Occupation.

Mr. Tse Ching-fong,..

謝正芳 Senior Chinese Master, Queen's College.

20th April, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

SUPREME COURT.

No. 167. It is hereby notified that the names of the following Companies have been struck off the Register :----

THE WING HUNG STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED.

THE WA ON COMPANY, LIMITED.

20th April, 1917.

HUGH A. NISBET,

Registrar of Companies.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 168. It is hereby notified that the registrations of the following trade marks have 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. 9 of 1903.

15th April, 1903.

El Oriente, Fabrica de Tobacco, C. Ingenohl,

15th April,

45

1931.

Manila.

Do.

45.

Do..

No. 10 of 1903.

Do.

No. 11A of

Do.

Do.

Do.

44

1903.

No. 11B of

Do.

Do.

Do.

45

1903.

No. 1le of 1903.

Do.

Do.

Do.

45

18th April, 1917.

E. CARPMAEL,

Registrar of Trade Marks,

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PROCLAMATIONS.

   No. 169. The following Proclamation of His Majesty the KING is published for general information:----

By the KING.

A PROCLAMATION

RELATING TO 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 by various Proclamations entitled Prohibition of Import Proclamations the importation of certain goods has been prohibited accordingly :

And whereas it is expedient that the importation into the United Kingdom of certain other goods should be prohibited, and the existing prohibition imposed on the importa- tion of certain goods removed:

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 :-

-

   (1) As from and after the date hereof, subject as hereinafter provided, the importa- tion into the United Kingdom of the following goods is hereby prohibited, viz. :---

Aerated, mineral and table waters.

Agricultural machinery.

Antimony ware.

Apparel, not waterproofed (except boots and shoes).

Art, works of.

Baskets and basketware of bamboo.

Books, printed, and other printed matter including printed posters and daily, weekly and other periodical publica- tions imported otherwise than in single copies through the post.

Boots and shoes of leather and materials used for the manu-

facture thereof, not already prohibited.

Brandy.

Clocks and parts thereof.

Cloisonné wares.

Cocoa, preparations of.

Cocoa, raw.

Coffee.

Cotton hosiery, cotton lace and articles thereof.

Curios.

Diatomite and infusorial earth.

Embroidery and needlework.

Fancy goods, known as Paris goods.

Feathers, ornamental, and down.

Fire extinguishers.

Flowers, artificial.

Flowers, fresh.

Fruit, raw, of all descriptions (except lemons and bitter

oranges), and almonds and nuts used as fruit.

Glass manufactures not already prohibited.

,Gloves.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 27, 1917.

Hats and bonnets.

Hides, wet and dry.

Incandescent gas mantles. Jute, raw.

Leather, dressed and undressed.

Linen, yarns and manufactures of.

Lobsters, canned.

Mats and matting.

Mops.

Painters' colours and pigments.

Perfumery.

Photographic apparatus.

Pictures, prints, engravings, photographs and maps.

Plated and gilt wares.

Quails, live.

Quebracho, hemlock, oak and mangrove extracts. Rum.

Salmon, canned.

Silk, manufactures of, not including silk yarns.

Skins and furs, manufactures of.

Soya beans.

Stereoscopes.

Straw envelopes for bottles.

Straw plaiting.

Sugar, articles and preparations containing, used for food

(except condensed milk).

Tea. Tomatoes.

Typewriters.

Wine.

Wood and timber of all kinds, hewn, sawn or split, planed

or dressed.

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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.

(2) As from and after the date hereof the prohibition imposed by the Prohibition of Import (Paper, Tobacco, Furniture Woods and Stones) Proclamation, 1916, on the impor- tation of the following goods shall be removed, and the said Proclamation amended accordingly viz.:

1917.

All periodical publications exceeding 16 pages in length, imported otherwise

than in single copies through the post.

This Proclamation may be cited as the Prohibition of Import (Nð. 14) Proclamation,

Given at Our Court at Buckingham Palace, this Twenty-third day of February, in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred and seventeen, and in the Seventh year of Our Reign.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

NOTE :---Previous proclamations were published in the Hongkong Gazettes of the 7th April, 19th May, 9th and 30th June, 21st July, 25th August, 22nd September, 6th October, and 17th November, 1916, and 19th January, and 16th (2) and 23rd February, 1917. Proclamations have also been issued prohibiting the importation into the United Kingdom of Belgian Bank Notes, and Unset Diamonds.

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 170.

   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 26th day of April, 1917.

   The list which was published in the Gazette of the 21st July, 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, No. 3, and which was amended by the lists published in the Gazettes of the 4th, 18th and 25th August, 1st, 15th and 22nd September, 6th, 20th and 27th October, 17th November, 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th December, 1916, 5th, 19th and 26th January, 2nd and 23rd February, 2nd and 16th March, and 5th and 20th April, 1917, is hereby further amended by the variation and addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto :-

SCHEDULE.

Additions to List.

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

Bakx, A., Belawan.

Bierman, E., Macassar.

Cost Indische Explotatie en Handel Maatschappij,

Macassar.

2 Apr., 1917.

2 Apr., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

2 Apr., 1917.

Brinker, J. H. den, Sourabaya. Corne, W., Macassar.

2 Apr., 1917.

2 Apr., 1917.

2 Apr., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

2 Apr., 1917.

2 Apr., 1917.

2 Apr., 1917.

2 Apr., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

2 Apr., 1917.

2 Apr., 1917.

2 Apr., 1917.

2 Apr., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

2 Apr., 1917.

2 Apr., 1917.

2 Apr., 1917.

Geelen, F., Sourabaya.

Grabau, W. J., Sourabaya.

Import Maatschappij, De, Sourabaya.

Juliana Thee Distributie Maatschappij, Batavia. Kohlrusch, L., Samarinda.

Liem Bie Kiang, Bandjermasin. Mass, L., Padang.

Montage Bureau, Bandoeng. Muller, Rudolph, Bandoeng. Reinenberg, J. W., Sourabaya. Roos, Arie, Sourabaya. Schreuder, W. J. G., Samarang. Schutter, H., Batavia. Schwenkel, A., Balik Papan. Soesboom, Jan, Sourabaya.

Stroor & Company, Ch. N., Sourabaya. Viefhaus, E. F. W., Samarang.

Removal from List.

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

2 Apr., 1917. Spiegel Handel Maatschappij, H., Samarang.

NOTE (1).-Where a firm named in the list has more than one branch in the same country, all branches in that country are held to be included in the list even in cases where no address, or of several addresses, one only is specifically mentioned.

  NOTE (2).-The above additions and removal were made in the United Kingdom on the dates which appear opposite to the respective names.

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No. 171.

245

 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 26th day of April, 1917.

The Schedule to Rule 41 of 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, the 16th and 23rd June, the 28th July, the 18th and 25th August, the 1st, 22nd, and 29th September, the 13th, 20th, and 27th (2) October, the 17th November, and the 1st, 8th, and 15th December, 1916, the 19th January, and the 2nd and 30th March, 1917, respectively, is hereby amended as follows:--

(1) The following headings are deleted :----

(c) Albumen;

(B) Barometers ;

(c) Carbon, gas ;

(c) Casein and preparations thereof

(B) Casings;

Chemicals, etc., the following:---

B) Potash, muriate of ;

B) Potash salts (except potassium chlorate, cyanide, muriate, nitrate (saltpetre), perchlorate, permanganate and sul- phate), and mixtures containing such potash salts:

(B) Potassium nitrate (saltpetre); (B) Potassium sulphate ;

(B) Copper, cables containing copper ;

(c) Cordite presses ;

(c) Dextrine;

(c) Dies for cartridge cases;

(B) Fats, all animal and vegetable, and articles and

mixtures containing such fats;

(c) Gauges for cartridges or shells;

(B) Gauze manufactured of copper or its alloys ; (c) Glucose;

(B) Horse shoes:

(c) Implements and apparatus designed exclusively for the manufacture of munitions of war, for the manufacture or repair of arms or of war material for use on land or sea, the following:-

Cordite presses;

Dies for cartridge cases;

Gauges for cartridges or shells; Incorporators;

Lapping machines ;

Rifling machines;

Wire-winding machines;

(c) Incorporators;

(c) Lapping machines ;

Metals and ores, the following

(c) Copper ore;

(B) Copper, unwrought and part wrought, all kinds, including alloys of copper (such as brass, gun metal, naval brass and delta metal, phosphor copper, phosphor bronze, and solder containing copper). copper and brass circles, slabs, bars, ingots, scrap, rods and plates and also wrought copper of the following des- criptions:-Copper and brass pipes, sheets, condenser plates, brass wire, bronze wire, perforated brass sheets, perforated brass linings, and copper foil;

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(c) Copper manufactures, the following:

All articles wholly or partly manu- factured of copper or its alloys not otherwise specifically prohibited;

(B) Yellow metal ;

(B) Oils, all animal and vegetable (not including essential oils), and articles and mixtures con- taining such oils;

(c) Rifling machines;

(c) Starch;

(B) Telegraphs, instruments and material for, the

following:-

Wheatstone automatic apparatus :-

Automatic transmitters;

Wheatstone transmitters;

Parts of Creed apparatus :---

Creed engines;

Creed relays with pneumatic valves; Auxiliaries to Creed apparatus :-

High tension keys operated by pneu-

matic pressure;

High tension keys operated magneti-

cally;

Dictaphones and dictaphone cylinders; Einthoven galvanometers;

Paper tape photographically sensitised; (c) Telegraphs (except wireless), instruments and material for, not otherwise prohibited;

(B) Telegraphs, wireless, instruments and material for; (B) Telephone sets and their component parts; (c) Telephones, material for (except telephone sets

and their component parts);

(B) Tubes, brass, brazed;

(B) Tubes, brass, solid drawn ;

(B) Tubes, copper, solid drawn;

(c) Wire-winding machines.

(2) The following headings are added:--

(Bj Albumen ;

(B) Barometers and their component parts;

(B) Carbon, gas;

(B) Casein and preparations thereof;

(B) Casings;

Chemicals, &c., the following:-

(B) Acetic anhydride;

(B) Potash, muriate, nitrate (saltpetre), sul- phate, and crude manurial potash salts, and mixtures containing any of these substances;

(B) Potash salts and mixtures containing such salts, not otherwise prohibited ;

(B) Dextrine;

(B) Fats, all animal and vegetable and articles and mixtures containing such fats, not otherwise prohibited;

(B) Glucose;

Grindery, the following articles of, used in the

making of boots and shoes;

(B) Clog nails;

(B) Horse, mule and pony shoes;

(B) Implements and apparatus designed exclusively for the manufacture of munitions of war, for the manufacture or repair of arms or of war

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material for use on land or sea, the follow-

ing:-

Cordite presses;

Dies for cartridge cases;

Gauges for cartridges or shells; Incorporators;

Lapping machines;

Rifling machines;

Wire-winding machines ;

(c) Leather, goods manufactured wholly or partly of,

not otherwise prohibited;

(c) Mats and matting made of fibre, grass or straw;

Metals and ores, the following :-

(B) Copper ore; regulus, matte, concentrate

and precipitate;

(B) Copper, whether refined or unrefined, unwrought, wrought or partly wrought of all kinds and descriptions, including brass, bronze, yellow metal, and all other alloys of copper ;

(B) Copper manufactures, the following :-

All articles wholly or partly manufac- tured of copper or its alloys

except :-

Articles partly manufactured of copper or its alloys in which the total weight of copper and copper alloy does not exceed five per cent. of the total weight of the article, and does not exceed 56

lbs.;

(B) Tantalum, alloys of tantalum, and ores

containing tantalum ;

(B) Mustard seed;

(c) Nails, wire;

(B) Oils, all animal and vegetable (not including essential oils), and articles and mixtures con- taining such oils, not otherwise prohibited ; Oils and articles and mixtures containing such

oils, the following: --

(B) Coconut;

(B) Cotton seed;

(B) Ground nut;

(B) Palin kernel ;

(B) Oleo-margarine ;

(c) Paper coated with gelatine;

(B) Starch;

(B) Tallow, refined.

(B) Telegraphs (including wireless) and telephones,

and instruments and material for.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

26th April, 1917.

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

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NOTE (1)-The previous rules made under the above Ordinance which relate to the exportation of military stores were published in the Gazettes of the 18th and 25th August, 22nd and 29th September, 27th October, 17th November, and 15th December, 1916, and 19th January, and 2nd and 30th March,

1917.

NOTE (2)--See the London Gazettes of the 20th and 23rd February, 1917.

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APPOINTMENTS, &c.

   No. 172.-The King's Exequatur empowering Monsieur U. R. REAU to act as Consul for France in Hongkong has received His Majesty's signature.

24th April, 1917.

   No. 173. The King's Exequatur empowering Mr. E. V. M. RICCI DE SOUSA to act as Consul for Ecuador in Hongkong has received His Majesty's signature.

24th April, 1917.

   No. 174. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint 2nd Lieu- tenants H. R. B. HANCOCK and C. W. BESWICK to be Lieutenants, and Dr. H. BALEAN to be a Surgeon-Lieutenant, Hongkong Volunteer Reserve, and to place Captain G. K. HALL BRUTTON, Captain D. LANDALE, and 2nd Lieutenants F. GRÖNE and J. W. C. BONNAR on the Supernumerary List of Officers, Hongkong Volunteer Reserve, all with effect from the 25th April, 1917.

25th April, 1917.

   No. 175. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. JOHN BERNARD THOMSON to act as Second Assistant Government Marine Surveyor during the absence on leave of Mr. ROBERT HALL or until further notice, with effect from the 20th April, 1917.

26th April, 1917.

   No. 176.His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint the following gentlemen to be Justices of the Peace for the Colony of Hongkong:

ABDOOLHOOSEN ABDOOLRAHIM,

Hon. Mr. CHARLES EDWARD ANTON.

GEORGE WINSTANLEY BARTON.

REGINALD EDWARD OLIVER Bird.

CYRIL CHAMPKIN.

CHOW SHOU-SON.

CHARLES HERBERT PHILPOTT HAY.

FRANCIS CHARLES JENKIN.

ARCHIBALD ORR LANG.

ANTONIO FERREIRA BATALIIA SILVA-NETTO,

THOMAS LUFF PERKINS,

ERNEST ALFRED MOUNTFORD WILLIAMS.

The name of Mr. GEORGE HUTTON POTTS is hereby restored to the List of Non-official Justices, and the name of Mr. PAUL MARY HODGSON is transferred from the List of Official Justices to the List of Non-official Justices.

27th April, 1917.

No. 177. With reference to Notification No. 158 of the 14th April, 1917, His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. WILFRED JOHN HINTON to be a member of the Committee referred to in the place of the Honourable Mr. EDWARD SHELLAM, resigned, and to add the name of the Honourable Mr. PERCY HOBSON HOLYOAK.

27th April, 1917.

No. 178. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint, under Section 10 of the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1884, and Section 3 of the Dentistry Ordinance, 1914, Dr. OSWALD MARRIOTT to be a Member of the Medical Board and of the Dental Board, respectively, during the absence on leave of Dr. FREDERIC OSMUND STEDMAN or until further notice, with effect from this date.

27th April, 1917.

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NOTICES.

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COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

   No. 179.-Special passport regulations, similar to those obtaining in the case of Egypt, have been prescribed in respect of persons desiring to land in Malta. Such persons should apply at the Colonial Secretary's Office for instructions.

   No. 180. The following addition has been made by His Excellency the Governor to the Port Regulations, 1917, published in Gazette Notification 159 of the 16th April, 1917:-

"9A. No bumboat, without a written permit from the Naval Authorities, shall "approach within 50 yards of any ship in the Naval Anchorage which "flies the Pilot Jack at the fore or triatic stay".

No. 181. The following additional list of firms which are being wound up under the Trading with the Enemy Amendment Act, 1916, is published for general informa- tion. The previous lists appeared in the Gazettes of the 20th April, 5th, 19th, and 26th May, 9th, 23rd, and 30th June, 7th and 28th July, 4th, 11th, and 25th August, 15th, 22nd, and 29th September, 6th, 20th, and 27th October, 17th November, 15th and 29th December, 1916, 12th, 19th, and 26th January, 16th and 23rd February, 2nd and 30th March, 1917.

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 --

400. The Brimsdown Lamp Works Limited, Kingsway House, Kingsway, Lon- don, W.C., Manufacturers and Dealers in Electrical Lamps and Fittings. Controller: H. J. Morland, 3, Frederick's Place, Old Jewry, London, E.C. 7 February, 1917.

401. Coal Distillation Company, Middlesbrough, Manufacturers of Coke Ovens and Bye-Product Plants. Controller: George Bennett Nancarrow, Royal Exchange, Middlesbrough. 9 February, 1917.

402. Robert Illgen, 20, Lower Clapton Road, London, N.E., Furrier. Controller: Stephen Pagden Child, 36 and 37, Queen Street, Cheapside, London, E.C. 14 February, 1917.

403. Werths and Co., 41, Aldersgate Street, London, E.C., Manufacturers' Agents. Controller: Arthur Taylor, Thames House, Queen Street Place, London, E.C. 15 February, 1917.

404. John P. Wild, 44, Frederick Street, Birmingham, Lapidaries and Jewellers. Controller: James Walter Gibson Hill, Sun Chambers, 9, Bennetts Hill, Birmingham. 15 February, 1917.

405. Francke and Rasch, 37, Fenchurch Street, London, E.C., Coffee Exporters. Controller: Edward Cecil Cooper, Capel House, 54, New Broad Street, London, E.C. 15 February, 1917.

406. Martin Mayer, Sheffield House, 158-162, Oxford Street, London, W., Wholesale Jewellers. Controller: The Hon. Walter John Harry Boyle, 132, York Road, London, S.E. 15 February, 1917.

407. General Chartering Co., Limited, 21, St. Mary Axe, London, E.C., Steam- ship and Insurance Brokers. Controller: A. P. Ford, 4B, Frederick's Place, Old Jewry, London, E.C. 15 February, 1917.

408. J. Adler Junior, Limited, 134, Fenchurch Street, London, E.C., General Merchants. Controller: Arthur Taylor, Thames House, Queen Street Place, London, E.C. 15 February, 1917.

409. Arndt and Cohn, 6, Broad Street Place, London, E.C., Hardware and General Merchants. Controller: Walter Boniface, 2, Clement's Inn, London, W.C. 19 February, 1917.

410. The General Import and Export Co., 24, Budge Row, Cannon Street, Lon- don, E.C., Dealers in Aluminium Ware, etc. Controller: Robert Barlow Tyler, 1, Queen Victoria Street, London, E.C. 19 February, 1917. 411. The Grand Chic Publishing Co., 11, South Molton-street, London, W. Distributors of fashion plates, patterns, etc. Controller: Sidney John Field, 17, Shaftesbury-avenue, London, W. 26 February, 1917.

412. William Ulbrich, 99, Vyse-street, Birmingham.

Dealer in Imitation Pre-

cious Stones. Controller: Howard Heaton, 95, Colmore-row, Birming- ham. 26 February, 1917.

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No. 182.

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.

1917.

BALL, ARTHUR DYER

OFFICIAL.

BECKWITH, CHARLES WILLIAM MALBEYSE

BIRD, REGINALD EDWARD OLIVER BREEN, MICHAEL JAMES

BURLINGHAM, DONALD

CARPMAEL, ERNEST VINCENT CHAPMAN, ARTHUR, V.D. CHATHAM, WILLIAM, C.M.G. CHURCHILL, ALEC FLEMING

10 CLAXTON, THOMAS FOLKES DEALY, THOMAS KIRKMAN

FLETCHER, ARTHUR GEORGE MURCHISON GALE, CHARLES HENRY GIBSON, ADAM

GOMPERTZ, HENRY HESSY JOHNSTON GRANT, ARTHUR WILLIAM HALLIFAX, EDWIN RICHARD HAMILTON, ERIC WILLIAM

HOLLINGSWORTH, ARNOLD HACKNEY

20 HUTCHISON, ROBERT OLIPHANT

IRVING, EDWARD ALEXANDER JACKS, PHILIP JAMES, BENJAMIN

JOHNSON, JOHN TAYLOR CONNELL JORDAN, GREGORY PAUL KEMP, JOSEPH HORSFORD KING, THOMAS HENRY

KOCH, WILFRED VINCENT MILLER LINDSELL, ROGER EDWARD

30 LLOYD, JOHN DANIEL

MACDONALD, JAMES

MACFARLANE, HAROLD

MCELDERRY, SAMUEL BURNSIDE BOYD MELBOURNE, CHARLES ALEXANDER DICK MESSER, CHARLES MCILVAINE MOORE, WILLIAM BROWNLOW ASHE NISBET, HUGH ADAIR

NORTH, ROLAND ARTHUR CHARLIE ORME, GEOFFREY NORMAN

40 PEARSE, WILFRID WILLIAM PERKINS, THOMAS LUFF PHELIPS, HUGH RICHARD RALPHS, EDWIN

ROSS, STEWART BUCKLE CARNE

SAYER, GEOFFREY ROBLEY

SCHOFIELD, WALTER

SEVERN, CLAUD, C.M.G.

SMITH, NORMAN LOCKHART

TAYLOUR, BASIL REGINALD HAMILTON

50 THOMSON, ALEXANDER MACDONALD

TRATMAN, DAVID WILLIAM

TUTCHER, WILLIAM JAMES WAKEMAN, GEORGE HERBERT

WINSLOW, HERBERT PINCKNEY

WODEHOUSE, PHILIP PEVERIL JOHN

WOLFE, EDWARD DUDLEY CorsCaden WOOD, ALAN Eustace WOOD, DAVID

WOOD, JOHN ROSKRUGE

60 WOODCOCK, GEORGE ALBERT

NON-OFFICIAL.

ABDOOLRAHIM, AbdoolhooseN ALABASTER, CHALONER GRENVILLE ALLAN, JAMES CYRIL DALMAHOY

ANTON, CHARLES EDWARD

ARCULLI, ABDOOLA FUCKEERA

ARMSTRONG, JOHN HENRY WILLIAM AU CHAK-MAN

Aubrey, George Ernest

BARLOW, ARTHUR HOWARD

10 BARNETT, Ven. Archdeacon ERNEST

JUDD

BARTON, GEORGE WINSTANLEY

BECK, JAMES MIDDLETON

BEVINGTON, FRANCIS

BIRD, HERBERT WILLIAM

BROWN, WILLIAM SAMUEL

CARTER, WILLIAM LEONARD

CHAMPKIN, CYRIL

CH'AN A FOOK

CH'AN K'AI-MING

20 CHATER, Sir CATCHICK PAUL, Kt., C.M.G.

CHAU SIU-KI

CHOW SHOU-SON CLARK, DUNCAN

CLARKE, WILLIAM EDWARD

COPPIN, ALAN GRIFFITHS

COUSLAND, ALEXANDER STARK DALGLISH

DENISON, ALBERT

DODWELL, STANLEY HUDSON

DOUGLAS, JAMES TORY

30 DYER, ROBERT MORTON

EDE, CHARLES MONTAGUE

EDKINS, GEORGE THOMAS MONEY

ELIOT, Sir CHARLES NORTON EDGCUMBE,

K.C.M G.

FITZWILLIAMS, GERARD HALL LLOYD

FORBES, ANDREW

FORSYTH, CHARLES

FULLER, WILLIAM GOULD BENNETT

DENMAN

GIBBS, LAWRENCE

GORDON, ALEXANDER GRANT

40 GRIFFIN, ALBERT EDWIN

GRIMBLE, GEORGE

GUBBAY, CHARLES SASSOON HALE, BERTRAM AUGUSTUS HALTON, FREDERICK JOSEPH HANCOCK, HARRY CYRIL RIDER

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NON-OFFICIAL,-- Continued.

HANCOCK, HERBERT RICHARD BUDD HARSTON, GEORGE MONTAGU

HAY, CHARLES HERBERT PHILPOTT HODGSON, PAUL MARY

50 Ho FOOK

HO KOM-TONG

HOLYOAK, PERCY HOBSON HOOPER, AUGUSTUS SHELTON HO TUNG, Sir ROBERT, Kt. HOUGH, THOMAS FREDERICK HUGHES, JOHN OWEN HUMPHREYS, HENRY

HUMPHREYS, WILLIAM GRIFFITH JACK, WILLIAM CHARLES

60 JENKIN, FRANCIS CHARLES

KADOORIE, ELLIS

LAFRENTZ, CHARLES JULIUS LAMMERT, GEORGE PHILIP LANDALE, DAVID

LANDER, Right Rev. GERARD Heath,

D.D., Bishop of Victoria

LANG, ARCHIBALD ORR LAU CHU-PAK

LEEFE, LAWRENCE NOEL

LEUNG PUI-CHI

70 LI PO-KWAI

LO CHEUNG-SHIU LOGAN, WILLIAM

LOWE, ARTHUR RYLANDS MACDONALD, DONALD MACKENZIE, ALEXANDER

MAITLAND, FRANCIS

MARRIOTT, OSWALD MOK MAN-CHEUNG

MOTABHOY, TYEBJEE

89 MOXON, GEOFFREY CHARLES

NG HON-TSZ

NORONHA, EDWARD JOSEPH

NORTHCOTE, MOWBRAY STAFFORD

NUTTALL, GEOFFREY KENDALL ORMISTON, EVAN

PARR, EDWARD VICTOR DAVID PATERSON, JOHN

PATTENDEN, WALTER LESLIE PLUMMER, JOHN ARCHIBALD

251

90 POLLOCK, HENRY EDWARD, K.C.

POTTER, FREDERICK PEEL ELDON LEONARD POTTS, GEORGE HUTTON

POTTS, PATRICK CUMMING HUTTON RAM, EDWARD ALBERT

RUMJAHN, AHMET

SANDERS, JAMES HERBERT

SASSOON, MOSES SILAS

SETHNA, DINSHAW KAVASJI

SHARP, ERNEST HAMILTON, K.C.

100 SHELLIM, EDWARD

SHEWAN, ROBERT GORDON

SILVA-NETTO, ANTONIO FERREIRA

BATALHA

SKELTON, ALFRed Holland SMITH, ALEXANDER FINDLAY SMITH, HORACE PERCY

SMYTH, FRANK STABB, NEWTON JOHN STEDMAN, FREDERIC OSMUND SUTHERLAND, ROBERT

110 TAYLOR, JOHN WILLIAM TEMPLETON, DAVID TESTER, PERCY TONG LAI-CHÜN TONG YAT-CHUN VALJEE, SULEMAN WEI WAH-LEEN

WEI YUK, C.M.G.

WHITE, HENRY PERCY

120 WONG KAM-FUK

WILLIAMS, ERNEST ALFRED MOUNTFORD

WORCESTER, WILLIAM GILBERT

   No. 183. The following notification, which appeared in the London Gazette of the 23rd January, 1917, is published for general information.

   Whereas by the first clause of the Order in Council of the twenty-fourth day of October, 1916, entitled "The Straits Settlements and Protected States Fugitive Offenders Order in Council, 1916," it is provided that the Order shall come into force on such day as may be fixed by notification by His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Colonies, published in the London Gazette:

   Now, therefore, I, the Right Honourable Walter Hume Long, His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Colonies, do, in pursuance of the power so conferred on me, hereby notify that the said Order in Council shall come into force on the first day of February, 1917.

Given under my hand the eighteenth day of January, 1917.

WALTER H. LONG.

   NOTE: The Straits Settlements and Protected States Fugitive Offenders Order in Council, 1916, above referred to, was published in the Hongkong Gizette of the 15th December, 1916.

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NON-OFFICIAL,-- Continued.

HANCOCK, HERBERT RICHARD BUDD HARSTON, GEORGE MONTAGU

HAY, CHARLES HERBERT PHILPOTT HODGSON, PAUL MARY

50 Ho FOOK

HO KOM-TONG

HOLYOAK, PERCY HOBSON HOOPER, AUGUSTUS SHELTON HO TUNG, Sir ROBERT, Kt. HOUGH, THOMAS FREDERICK HUGHES, JOHN OWEN HUMPHREYS, HENRY

HUMPHREYS, WILLIAM GRIFFITH JACK, WILLIAM CHARLES

60 JENKIN, FRANCIS CHARLES

KADOORIE, ELLIS

LAFRENTZ, CHARLES JULIUS LAMMERT, GEORGE PHILIP LANDALE, DAVID

LANDER, Right Rev. GERARD Heath,

D.D., Bishop of Victoria

LANG, ARCHIBALD ORR LAU CHU-PAK

LEEFE, LAWRENCE NOEL

LEUNG PUI-CHI

70 LI PO-KWAI

LO CHEUNG-SHIU LOGAN, WILLIAM

LOWE, ARTHUR RYLANDS MACDONALD, DONALD MACKENZIE, ALEXANDER

MAITLAND, FRANCIS

MARRIOTT, OSWALD MOK MAN-CHEUNG

MOTABHOY, TYEBJEE

89 MOXON, GEOFFREY CHARLES

NG HON-TSZ

NORONHA, EDWARD JOSEPH

NORTHCOTE, MOWBRAY STAFFORD

NUTTALL, GEOFFREY KENDALL ORMISTON, EVAN

PARR, EDWARD VICTOR DAVID PATERSON, JOHN

PATTENDEN, WALTER LESLIE PLUMMER, JOHN ARCHIBALD

251

90 POLLOCK, HENRY EDWARD, K.C.

POTTER, FREDERICK PEEL ELDON LEONARD POTTS, GEORGE HUTTON

POTTS, PATRICK CUMMING HUTTON RAM, EDWARD ALBERT

RUMJAHN, AHMET

SANDERS, JAMES HERBERT

SASSOON, MOSES SILAS

SETHNA, DINSHAW KAVASJI

SHARP, ERNEST HAMILTON, K.C.

100 SHELLIM, EDWARD

SHEWAN, ROBERT GORDON

SILVA-NETTO, ANTONIO FERREIRA

BATALHA

SKELTON, ALFRed Holland SMITH, ALEXANDER FINDLAY SMITH, HORACE PERCY

SMYTH, FRANK STABB, NEWTON JOHN STEDMAN, FREDERIC OSMUND SUTHERLAND, ROBERT

110 TAYLOR, JOHN WILLIAM TEMPLETON, DAVID TESTER, PERCY TONG LAI-CHÜN TONG YAT-CHUN VALJEE, SULEMAN WEI WAH-LEEN

WEI YUK, C.M.G.

WHITE, HENRY PERCY

120 WONG KAM-FUK

WILLIAMS, ERNEST ALFRED MOUNTFORD

WORCESTER, WILLIAM GILBERT

   No. 183. The following notification, which appeared in the London Gazette of the 23rd January, 1917, is published for general information.

   Whereas by the first clause of the Order in Council of the twenty-fourth day of October, 1916, entitled "The Straits Settlements and Protected States Fugitive Offenders Order in Council, 1916," it is provided that the Order shall come into force on such day as may be fixed by notification by His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Colonies, published in the London Gazette:

   Now, therefore, I, the Right Honourable Walter Hume Long, His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Colonies, do, in pursuance of the power so conferred on me, hereby notify that the said Order in Council shall come into force on the first day of February, 1917.

Given under my hand the eighteenth day of January, 1917.

WALTER H. LONG.

   NOTE: The Straits Settlements and Protected States Fugitive Offenders Order in Council, 1916, above referred to, was published in the Hongkong Gizette of the 15th December, 1916.

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   No. 184. 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.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

Surgery of the University of Edinburgh.

31st July,

1905.

Aubrey, George Ernest

Alexandra Buildings.

Balean, Hermann

Chan Wai-cheung

Alexandra Building.

Alexandra Buildings.

Black, George Duncan Ralph......

Chak Chiu Hàng

亨朝翟

No. 42, Tung Street.

璋懷周

Ho Mui Ling Hospital.

炎長謝

Civil Hospital.

Cheong Chee-hai

海志鐘

Tung Wa Hospital.

Cheah Tiang-eam

Coleman, Audrew Leslie Ed-

mund Filmer

Government

Temporarily absent from the Colony.

Costello, Francis Xavier

King Edward Hotel.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of 6th July, 1912.

Surgery of the University of Liverpool, Licentiate of the Royal College of Physiciaus (London); Member of the Royal College of Surgeons (England); Diplomate in Public Health (Liver- pool) and a Diplomate of Tropical Medicine (Liverpool).

Member of the Royal College of Sur- geous (England); Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians (London); and Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery of the London University,

Doctor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of London, Fellow of the Royal College of Sur- geons (England), Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians (London).

Doctor of Medicine of the University of

Toronto.

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.

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

Doctor of Medicine and Bachelor of

Surgery of Aberdeen University.

1903.

1904.

14th February,

1901.

9th June, 1905.

14th December,

1914.

30th May, 1916.

30th May,

1916.

30th May, 1916.

17th April,

1907.

Licentiate in Midwifery of the Royal 4th November,

College of Physicians, Ireland.

1904.

Licentiate in Midwifery of the Royal

College of Surgeons, Ireland.

Digby, Kenelm Hutchinson

University of Hongkong.

Fitzwilliams, Gerard Hall Lloyd

Forsyth, Charles

Alexandra Buildings.

Nathan Road, Kowloon.

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.

Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery,

Edinburgh.

Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons,

Edinburgh.

9th February, 1907.

25th October,

1904.

11th August,

1898.

1902.

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PERSONS QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE AND SURGERY,-Continued.

253

NAME.

ADDRESS.

NATURE OF QUALIFICATION.

DATE OF QUALIFICATION.

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.

1912.

Glaister, Joseph

Gomes, Antonio Simplicio

Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons,

Edinburgh.

Hongkong Hotel. Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

Kowloon.

Surgery of the University of Glasgow, and a Diplomate of Public Health of the Cambridge University.

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.

19th July,

1905.

1867.

Gröne, Friedrich

Alexandra Buildings.

Member of the Royal College of Sur- geons, England; Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians, London.

2nd August,

1901.

Harston, George Montagu

Alexandra Buildings.

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 London; and Diplomate in Ophthalmology (Oxon.).

Heanley, Charles Montagne...... Pokfulam Road.

Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery of the 9th November,

London University; Member of the

1900.

Hickling, Alice Deborah

Royal College of Surgeons (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.

5, Morrison Hill. 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.

1901.

Hoashoo, Singeha

243, Des Vœux Road.

Licentiate of the Royal College of Sur- geons and Physicians, Edinburgh and Glasgow, and Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland.

17th October,

1911.

Jordan, Gregory Paul

Alexandra Buildings.

Kitashima, Kotaro

No. 23, Lyndhurst Terrace.

Krishnan, Sree Radha

Astor House Hotel.

Lee Sea-foon

芬樹李

12, Wyndham Street.

Majima, Keinosuke

Killadoon,

No. 151,

Wanchai Road.

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., 1881.

Doctor of Medicine of the University of 8th December,

Tokio.

1897.

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.

1st June, 1915.

22nd December,

1910.

30th March,

1898.

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PERSONS QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE AND SURGERY,- Continued.

NAME.

Marriott, Oswald

McGregor, Agnes Brymmer

Mitchell, Isaiah Edward

ADDRESS.

NATURE OF QUALIFICATION.

DATE OF QUALIFICATION.

Alexandra Buildings.

The Retreat, Peak.

London Mission, 2, Bonham Road.

Dec., 1908.

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.

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 18th December,

Medicine of the University of Ediu- burgh.

1911.

Paul, David Robert

Temporarily absent from the Colony.

Alice Memorial Hospital.

No. 2,

Perkins, Eleanor Whitworth

Polishvala, Kaikhosru Jamsetji

Sanders, James Herbert

Hollywood Road.

70, The Peak.

Stedman, Frederic Osmund

Struthers, Ernest Black

Teh Lean-swee

瑞連鄭

Teoh Cheng-toe

道清張

22, The Peak, and Alexandra Buildings.

Alice Memorial and Affiliated Hospitals.

Tung Wah Hospital.

Ho Mui Ling Hospital.

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.

2nd January, 1884.

6th December, 1906.

Licentiate of Medicine and Surgery of 18th February,

the University of Bombay.

1902.

1900.

Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, 10th February,

England; Licentiate of the Royal Col- lege of Physicians, London; and Doctor of Medicine of the University of Brussels.

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.

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

30th Apr., 1885. 23rd Dec., 1884. 19th Dec., 1888. 21st Dec., 1887.

May, 1912.

December, 1915.

December,

1915.

Thomas, George Harold

士嘉譚

Tung Wah Hospital.

30th May,

1914.

Wong Hing-chuen .

全慶黃

26, Wing Lok Street.

30th May, 1916.

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).

27th April, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

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SECRETARIAT FOR CHINESE AFFAIRS.

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No. 185. List of Exempted and Registered Societies published under Section 5 of the Societies Ordinance, 1911, (Ordinance No. 47 of 1911).

27th April, 1917.

I. List of Exempted Societies.

Social Clubs.

Non-Chinese.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Registrar of Societies.

Holland Club.

Hongkong Police Reserve Headquarters' Club.

Loyal Orange Lodge 802 Star of the East (previously gazetted as Loyal

Orange Institution of England).

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 Chin 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 Suu 羣興航道會所

Kwong Yik Club 廣益.

Lai Hoo Musical Club 勵豪音樂會

Lán Shat 蘭室·

Long Wan Club 郎環

Lun Yee Kok 聯義閣

Man Chow 萬洲·

Man Han 聯閒·

Man Meng Club 文明·

Man Yuen 文園

Ngai Yuen 藝苑

Ngau Yin 偶然

Pat Chi Club 弼志室書

Sang Kee 生記

Sau Shek Shan Fong 漱石山房

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Shiu Kei Chan 紹記棧

(previously gazetted as Shiu Kei) ·

Sui Wa Shu Shat 瑞華書室

Tai Yuk Hok Hau, Hongkong ❤ .

Tam Un談苑.

Wan Lam Club 雲林

Wing Lok 永樂

Wing Ou 永安

Wing Wo Shu Shat

(previously gazetted as Wing Wo ).

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 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.

Olympic Tennis Club.

Polo Club, Hongkong.

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"Roberts Rifle Club of Hongkong.

Sociedade Philarmonica.

Victoria Clay Pigeon Club.

Victoria Recreation Club.

Wigwam Tennis Club.

Young Men's Sporting Union.

Yachting.

Hongkong Corinthiau Yacht Club,

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Chinese.

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 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.

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 Wui 中國基督徒會

Confucian Society 孔聖會

Ellis Kadoorie Chinese Schools Society

★¥*

Fan Hing Wui (Christian Endeavour Society), St. Stephen's College

聖士提反書室奮興會

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 Sin Ui 同濟善會

Youngsters' Moral Association 少年德育會

Trade Guilds and Societies.

China Coast Officers' Guild.

Non-Chinese.

Institution of Engineers and Ship Builders.

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Chinese.

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 TO.

Dried Fruit Guild, King Kwo Hong ĦĦ

Drug Dealers Guild, Man Wo Cheung

4.

Dyeing Materials Masters Guild, Tung Chi Tong

Foreign Goods Import and Export Guild

D.

洋貨行 (previously gazetted as 協益商會):

Fruit and Vegetable Guild, Kung Mau Tong ART

General Merchants Guild Club

gazetted as General Merchants Guild.

Ginseng Guild 參茸行

(previously

Hongkong Kwong Shin Hak Chan Hong (Guild) Kwong Lun Club 香港廣肇客棧行廣聯公司(reviously gazetted

as Hotel Guild, Kwoag Lan Kung Sz 廣聯公司 客棧行)

Hongkong Money Dealers Guild 香港銀業行商會(Pre-

viously gazetted as Bankers Guild, Chinese 7).

Hongkong Pawnbrokers Guild Commercial Association

OH (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

R

Kung Wo Tong of the Rattan Dealers (Masters and Employers)

Guild A

(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

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, Lau Yik She

Sandalwood Masters Guild, Hop Wo Kung Sz 合和公司檀香行 Sea Fish Dealers Guild 鮮魚行

*Includes workmen as well.

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Silk and Satin and Piece Goods Guild

#EI17

(previously gazetted as Piece Goods Dealers Guild 疋頭行

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Society for the Study of Photography

of H.

Stonecutters Employers Guild, Wing Shing Tong

(previously gazetted as Mason (Master Mason Guild) Wing Shing Tong 永勝堂

Tsui Li Tong (previously gazetted as Compradores

Guild 叙理堂)

Tung Yik Society of Gold and Silver Smith H

研究社

Wa On Club i.e. Californian Merchants Hong

U

金山行)

AF WI

(previously gazetted as Californi in Merchants Guild

* Washerimen's Employers and Employees Guild

(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 Shak Hak Chan Guild 香港嘉屬客棧行義安社 (previously gazetted as Hakka

Workmen.

Boarding House Guild Yi On Sheμз

Brass-smith Guild, Kam Shing Tong

Brass-smith Workmen's Guilds:

Fuk Shing Tong it t

Hop Ying Tong AAE.

Shan Yuk Toug 慎玉堂

Tung Hing Tong

Tang Yi Tong 同義堂

Wui Yi Tong 會義堂

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Carpenters Guild, Kwong Yuet Tong REXEO

Coopers Guild, Kwong Luu Tong

Eating House Employees' Guilds :

Hip Ou 茶麵酒菜西家外寓協安

Kimg On Kun 公安館

Lam Hing Ngoi Yue 聯興外寓茶麵酒菜西家行

Gardeners' Chib, Wo Fat Shang 和發生園工外寓

Hongkong Ping On Club

Ah (previously gazetted

as Californian Hongs' Employees, Ping On Guild Hall

公所).

Masons (Men's Guild):-

lip Shing Tong 協勝堂

King Shing Tong

King Shing Tong 張

(previously gazetted as Cheung

勝堂).

Li Lan Shing Tong 李聯盛堂

Lun Fat Tong 聯發堂

Lun Yi Tong:☀

Tsang Lun Shing Tong 會聯盛堂

Mat Packers Guild, Kwong Shiu Tong****

* Includes workmen as well.

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Min Yik Kung Wui

(previously gazetted aз Cotton

Yarn Guild, Shun Yi Tong 信義堂).

Pig-buyers Guild, Hop Shing Kung Sz ·

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

Hip Wo Tseung 協和祥

Shipwrights Association

(previously gazetted as

Ship Builders for Hongkong and Yaumati, Shun Ngai Hok Shuk 船藝學堂).

Tea Boxes or New Boxes Makers Guild, Lun Shing Tong B☀

Tea House Guild :-

Hin Yi Tong 顯義堂

Hung Tai 鴻泰

Lok Yi Tong 樂義堂

Tinsmith, Lun Tak Tong

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.

Huughom Commercial and Industrial Association 紅磡工商會

Miscellaneous.

Baden Powell Girl Guides' Association.

British Medical Association, Hongkong China Branch.

China Association, Hongkong Branch.

Cheng Yee Tat Tong 鄭怡達堂

City Hall.

First Kowloon Troop of Baden Powell Boy Scouts.

Hongkong Amateur Athletic Federation.

Hongkong and China District, St. John Ambulance Brigade Overseas.

Hongkong and South China War Savings Association.

Hongkong Horticultural Society.

Hongkong "Odd Volumes" Library, Scientific and Debating Society.

Naval League, Hongkong Branch.

Royal Naval Canteen.

Society for the suppression of promiscuous spitting in public places.

Society of Accountants and Auditors in Hongkong.

Society of Universal Knowledge

(previously gazetted

as Man Shang Shat Tsun Wui, The Livelihood Practical Improvement Society 民生實進會).

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 27, 1917.

St. Joseph's College Troop of Baden Powell Boy Scouts.

Wa Yan Hat Sho In Kan Wni (Chinese Accounts Auditing Investiga-

tion Society 華人核數研究會

II. List of Registered Societies.

Social Clubs.

Chinese, etc.

Canton Christian College Club) 嶺南學生香港聯誼會

Chang Yung Shu Shut

Filipino Club.

Fu Yan輔仁.

Heung Yu 香寓

Kiu On 僑安

Kowloon Ching Ching Knk Ngoi Yu 九龍清淨局外寓 Kwan On 群安

Kwan In Club 群賢公司

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

Sum Yuk 三育

Sheung Shun 尙信

Sik Lo息廬

Sik Ying Club 息影

Sik Yu惜餘

Sik Yu適餘

Tsik Han Clnb夕閒

Tung Lok Pit Sui 同樂別墅

Tung Tak 同德

Wan Lan Kok 雲林閣

Wa On 華安.

Wing Han 詠閒

Yat Lo 逸廬

Yau Sik Chiu Toi Kun 休息招待館

Yee On Club 義安會館

Yik Yi Club 亦宜

Sport.

Chinese.

South China Athleltie Club 南華游樂會

Religious or Charitable.

Chinese.

American Pentecostal Mission.

Boys' Association, Hongkong.

Chinese Catholic Association, Hongkong A

Hongkong Pentecostal Mission 香港五旬節傳道會

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Trade Guilds and Societies

Barbers Guild :-

Chinese.

The Hongkong Wun 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

Chinese Type-setters and Compositors Branch Association ✰

業公益分社·

Duck and Hen Eggs Guild, Fung Kwai Tong WEG.

Hongkong Wicker-work rattan grass and hemp furniture manufac-

turers Guild, Wing Hing TongÉ.

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

Po Yik Tong寶益堂

Rattan Employees Guild, Yan Yi Tong IVKGRO

Rattan Guilds:

Chung Sun Tong 忠信堂

Tsap Ying Tong 集英堂

Tailors Guilds :-

Lun Fuk Tung Sai Tun 聯福東西團

Sai Fuk Tong 西福堂

District Societies.

Chinese.

Chu Kong Po On Sheung Wui (Po On Commercial

Association in Hongkong).

Chu Kong Tang Kun Hop Yap Chung Sheung WaiƒS (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 Fuk King Sheung Wui

Society of Fukienese Merchants resident in Hongkong).

Lui Kong Hok Shan Sheung Wui

(District

(Hok Shan

District Association).

Lui Kong Nam Hoi Kan Kong Chan Sheung Mo Kuk

A ú♬ (Nam Hoi Kau Kong Industrial Associa- tion of residents in Hongkong).

Lai Koug Pun Yap Wa Kin Kung Sheung Kung Shoh te 華僑工商公所(Pun Yu District Industrial and Com-

mercial Association of residents in Hongkong).

Lui Kong Sami Shui Sheung Kung Mo Kuk

IKA

(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).

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Nam Yap Kiu Sheung Lok Shin Kung Kuk

A(Charitable Association of Namhoi residents abroad).

Pat Yap Flood Relief Association in Hongkong

公所

San Ning District Society 香港新寕商務公所

EAE

San Wui Sheung Mo Kung Sho 新會商務公所(San Wui

Merchants' Association)

Shun Yap Lui Kong Sheung Mo Kuk✯✯✯K♬ (Association of Shun Tak Merchants resident in Hongkong). Tsang Shing District Society 駐港增城闔邑商會 Tsing Yuen Kiu Kong Kung Wuit 4

of Natives of Tsing Ynen resident in Hongkong).

(Association

263

Dramatic Societies.

Ching Ping Lok 清平樂

Keng Fei Toi 鏡非

Chinese.

Lam Long Dramatic Associatio1⁄2

Tat Kun Lok She 達觀樂社

General Merchants' Association.

Chinese.

Chinese General Chamber of Commerce 香港華商種會·

Miscellaneous.

Office and Information Bureau of the Chinese American Citizens

Alliince of the United States 美洲土生同源總會 駐港辦事處

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT,

   No. 186.--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, 1917:-

Begins.

Date.

May 1st,

Ends.

Begins.

Date.

Ends.

Begins.

Date.

5.40 a.m.

7.00 p.m. May 11th,

5.34 a.m.

"

2nd,

3rd, 5.39

5.40

7.00

""

""

12th,

5.34

""

7.01

7.04 p.m. May 21st,

22nd,

Ends.

5.30 a.m.

7.08 p.m.

5.29

7.09

""

.,

25

7.01

13th, 5.33

7.05

""

"

""

""

""

23rd, 5.29

7.10

""

27

4th, 5.33

7.02

""

""

""

14th, 5.33

">

7.05

""

24th, 5.29

7.11

>>

5th,

5.38

7.02

""

27

""

5.32 15th,

""

7.06

""

25th.

5.29

7.11

27

""

""

6th, 5.37

7.02

17

""

""

16th, 5.32

""

7.06

25

26th, 5.29

7.11

""

7th,

5.36

7.02

17th, 5.31

و,

""

19

""

7.07

25

27th, 5.28

7.12

""

"

8th,

5.36

7.02

18th, 5.31

7.07

"

"7

""

"

28th,

5.28

7.12

""

""

>

9th,

5.36

7.08

19th, 5.30

7.08

19

>

27

29th,

6.28

7.12

""

""

;"

10th,

5.35

7.03

20th, 5.30

7.08

30th,

5.27

19

35

""

13

7.13

"

""

27

31st.

5.27

7.13

$9

29

27th April, 1917.

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

Harbour Master, &c.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 27, 1917.

Nam Yap Kiu Sheung Lok Shin Kung Kuk

A(Charitable Association of Namhoi residents abroad).

Pat Yap Flood Relief Association in Hongkong

公所

San Ning District Society 香港新寕商務公所

EAE

San Wui Sheung Mo Kung Sho 新會商務公所(San Wui

Merchants' Association)

Shun Yap Lui Kong Sheung Mo Kuk✯✯✯K♬ (Association of Shun Tak Merchants resident in Hongkong). Tsang Shing District Society 駐港增城闔邑商會 Tsing Yuen Kiu Kong Kung Wuit 4

of Natives of Tsing Ynen resident in Hongkong).

(Association

263

Dramatic Societies.

Ching Ping Lok 清平樂

Keng Fei Toi 鏡非

Chinese.

Lam Long Dramatic Associatio1⁄2

Tat Kun Lok She 達觀樂社

General Merchants' Association.

Chinese.

Chinese General Chamber of Commerce 香港華商種會·

Miscellaneous.

Office and Information Bureau of the Chinese American Citizens

Alliince of the United States 美洲土生同源總會 駐港辦事處

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT,

   No. 186.--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, 1917:-

Begins.

Date.

May 1st,

Ends.

Begins.

Date.

Ends.

Begins.

Date.

5.40 a.m.

7.00 p.m. May 11th,

5.34 a.m.

"

2nd,

3rd, 5.39

5.40

7.00

""

""

12th,

5.34

""

7.01

7.04 p.m. May 21st,

22nd,

Ends.

5.30 a.m.

7.08 p.m.

5.29

7.09

""

.,

25

7.01

13th, 5.33

7.05

""

"

""

""

""

23rd, 5.29

7.10

""

27

4th, 5.33

7.02

""

""

""

14th, 5.33

">

7.05

""

24th, 5.29

7.11

>>

5th,

5.38

7.02

""

27

""

5.32 15th,

""

7.06

""

25th.

5.29

7.11

27

""

""

6th, 5.37

7.02

17

""

""

16th, 5.32

""

7.06

25

26th, 5.29

7.11

""

7th,

5.36

7.02

17th, 5.31

و,

""

19

""

7.07

25

27th, 5.28

7.12

""

"

8th,

5.36

7.02

18th, 5.31

7.07

"

"7

""

"

28th,

5.28

7.12

""

""

>

9th,

5.36

7.08

19th, 5.30

7.08

19

>

27

29th,

6.28

7.12

""

""

;"

10th,

5.35

7.03

20th, 5.30

7.08

30th,

5.27

19

35

""

13

7.13

"

""

27

31st.

5.27

7.13

$9

29

27th April, 1917.

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

Harbour Master, &c.

..

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TREASURY.

No. 187. Financial Statement for the month of January, 1917.

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE.

Balance of Assets and Liabilities on 30th December, 1916,.......................$ 2,300,785.20 Revenue from 1st to 31st January, 1917,

Expenditure from 1st to 31st January, 1917,

Balance,.....

1,422,958.03

3,723,743.23

2,015,267.06

.$ 1,708,476.17

Assets and Liabilities on the 31st January, 1917.

LIABILITIES.

ASSETS.

$3

f.

$

C.

Deposits not Available,

777,262.34

Subsidiary Coins,......

8,669.48

Advances, Imprest,

210,497.50

35,998.85

Crown Agents' Drafts,

421,999.19

House Service Account,

4,861.58

Postal Agencies,

21,552.46

Crown Agents' Deposit Account,.

219,425.31

Exchange,...

666.78

Unallocated Stores, (P.W.D.),

277,566.41

Unallocated Stores, (Railway),

140,235.87

Coal Account,

77,261.50

Total Liabilities,.

1,230,150.25

Investiment Account,

121,444.51

Balance, Bank,

1,830,115.45

Balance,.....

1,708,476,17

Crown Agents' Current Account,.

21,219.44

TOTAL,

$2,938,626.42

2,938,626.42

TOTAL......

19th April, 1917.

E. D. C. WOLFE,

Treasurer.

SUPREME Court.

No. 188.-It is hereby notified that the name of the following Company has been struck off the Register :----

THE HANG ON MARINE & FIRE INSURANCE & GODOWN COMPANY, LIMITED.

27th April, 1917.

HUGH A. NISBET,

Registrar of Companies.

266.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 4, 1917.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 189.

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 3rd day of May, 1917.

The list which was published in the Gazette of the 21st July, 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, No. 3, and which was amended by the lists published in the Gazettes of the 4th, 18th and 25th August, 1st, 15th and 22nd September, 6th, 20th and 27th October, 17th November, 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th December, 1916, 5th, 19th and 26th January, 2nd and 23rd February, 2nd and 16th March, and 5th, 20th and 27th April, 1917, is hereby further amended by the variation and addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto :

2 Mar., 1917. 2 Mar., 1917.

SCHEDULE.

Additions to List.

ARGENTINA AND URUGUAY.

Miniño, Juan, Patricies 1570, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Ruete, Enrique, Agraciada 951, Montevideo, Uruguay.

BOLIVIA.

2 Mar., 1917. Pingel, Juan, La Paz.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

BRAZIL.

"Cometa," Fabrica de Roupas Brancas, Rua Haddock

Lobo 94-96, Rio de Janeiro.

Fabrica de Roupas Brancas "Cometa," Rua Haddock

Lobo 94-96, Rio de Janeiro.

Lichtenfels-Brand o, Bernardo, Avenue Centrale 57,

Rio de Janeiro.

Smith, Charles, Rua Direita 12, São Paulo.

CHILE.

Gunther & Company, Calle O' Higgins 62, Valparaiso. Klammer, Guillermo, Valparaiso and Santiago. Sporke & Traeger, Coquimbo.

COLOMBIA.

JAPAN.

2 Mar., 1917.

Ardilla, Manuel, Tumaco.

2 Mar., 1917.

Heimann, Max, & Company, Tumaco.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

Hoene, H., P.O. Box 226, Kobe.

Kawamoto Kiyoji, Yamamoto-Dori, 4 Chome, Kobe. Kuwada (alias of Yoshioka Kojiro), 50, Shimo

Yamate-dori Itchome, Kobe.

Taylor, Cooper & Company, Kobe.

MOROCCO. *

2 Mar., 1917. Guessus, Mohammed, Tetuan.

:

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 4, 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917. 2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

NETHERLANDS.

Borawski, O. W., Groenstraat 56. Roosendaal. Ceuvell, J. L., Hoogte Kadijk 147, Amsterdam. Fischer, J., & Company, Badhuisweg 18, Scheveningen. Landy, Ignaz, Fred. Hendriklaan 34, Scheveningen.

NORWAY.

Aarde, Alb, Aalesund.

Kørner, H., Skippergatan 15, Christiania.

Ous, Klaus (of Jacobsen & Braastad), Toldbodg. 35,

Christiania.

Skullerud, Carl (of Jacobsen & Braastad), O. Voldgt.

12. Christiania.

Trosvik Reparationsslip and Kulforretning (Patent Slipway Company), (Einar Stensrud), Brevik.

PARAGUAY.

2 Mar., 1917. Société Française d'Exportation (Sociedad Anonima)

Sucesora de José Bell & Company, Asuncion.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

SPAIN.

Arrarte, Viuda é Hijos de Casiano de, Calle Somorrostro,

Santander.

Ballestero, Antonio H., (S. en C.), Malaga. Bas (sce Morel Bas, Joaquin). Blay (see Mas Blay, Antonio).

Botey, Joaquin, Calle Salmeron 59, Gracia, Barcelona. Burmester, Julius Wilhelm Gerhard, Travesia del

Banco 2, Vigo.

Colas, Gelatinas y Abonos (Sociedad Anonima Española De), Calle Alcala 69 and Calle del Prado 4, Madrid. Dauphin, Alberto, Seville.

Drogueria Modela, Calle Torrijos 112, Malaga. Einstein, Bernardo, Principe Alfonso 64, Murcia. Fraile, Manuel, Calle Princesa 63 and Calle San

Hermenegilde 5, Madrid.

Garcia, Arsenio (see Valverde Garcia, Arsenio). Gomez, Candido, Ayamonte.

Greiner, C. A., é Hijos, San Feliu de Guixols. Hafner & Wienken, Calle Torrijos 112, Malaga. Ingles (or Yngles), Martin, Port Bou.

Mas Blay, Antonio, Calle Montesion 14 and 16, Mag-

dalenas 8 and Calle Fernando 41, Barcelona. Morel Bas, Joaquin, Calle Valencia 351, Barcelona. Sales, Angel, Calle Fernando 41, Barcelona. Sociedad Anonima Española de Colas, Gelatinas y Abonos, Calle Alcala 69 and Calle del Prado 4, Madrid. Valverde Garcia, Arsenio, Calle Diputacion 348,

Barcelona.

Yngles (see Ingles, Martin).

SWEDEN.

Kanold Broderna, Chocoladfabrik, Jacobsdahl, Orgryte,

Gothenburg.

267

27 Apr., 1917.

Removals from List.

All persons and bodies of persons in Porto Rico, the Philippine Islands and the United States of America.

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2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

ARGENTINA AND URUGUAY.

Eberson, Otto, Montevideo, Uruguay.

Iglesias, Justo A., Piedras 338 and Dom. Agraciada

2114, Montevideo, Uruguay.

Ruete & Guyer, Montevideo, Uruguay.

BRAZIL.

2 Mar., 1917. Norbrega. Sergio Augusto, Joinville, Sta. Catharina ;

and Sao Francisco do Sul.

CHILE.

2 Mar., 1917. Spoerer, Oscar, & Company, Concepcion.

GREECE.

2 Mar., 1917. Frandzis, P., & Fiorentino, G., Vathy, Samos.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2. Mar., 1917.

MOROCCO.

Ankri, Yusef El, Laraiche. Assayag, Solomon, Laraiche. Azulay, Solomon David, Alcazar. Bendayan, Salomon, Laraiche. Kouira, Drees, Laraiche.

NETHERLANDS.

2 Mar., 1917. Aker, P., Andijk.

NORWAY.

2 Mar., 1917. Henriksen, G. A., & Company, Ruseløkveien 4,

Christiania.

PERU.

2 Mar., 1917. Leon, Felix, Pacasmayo.

Variations in List.

Corrections in the names and alterations in and additions to addresses of the persons or firms, whose names were published in the United Kingdom on the respective dates shown in the margin, are made as under

BOLIVIA.

2 Feb., 1917. Schutt, Nicolas (Partner of Morales, Bertram & Com-

pany), Sucre.

2 Feb., 1917.

10 Nov., 1916.

10. Nov., 1916.

BRAZIL.

Boschen, Carlos, & Company, Rua Conde de Bomfin

1326, Rio de Janeiro.

Marx, W. (alias Henrique Oliveira & Company, alias "Norbert Hertz," alias "Nils Nissen "), Rua da Alfandega 102, Rio de Janeiro.

"Mins Missen" (see W. Marx) should read "Nils

Nissen" (see W. Marx).

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 4, 1917.

CHILE.

8 Aug., 1916. Armstrong, Isaac Enrique, Talcahuano.

ECUADOR.

14 Apr., 1916.

14 Apr., 1916.

Malheur & Company, Manta, should read Mahler, Julio, & Company, Manta.

2 Mar., 1917. 2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917. 2 Mar., 1917. 2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

2 Mar., 1917.

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

Bangoen Estate (Dolɔk Malela), East Coast of Sumatra. Bangoen Landbouw Maatschappy, Dolok Malela &

Pantoean, East Coast of Sumatra.

Limoesnongal Estate, Java (Preanger Regencies). Loebell, M., C/o Sourabaya Oliefabriek, Sourabaya. Marihat Sumaira Plantagen Cie., (G. m. b. H. Siantar,

East Coast of Sumatra).

Moerkerken, L. Van, C/o Sourabaya Oliefabriek,

Sourabaya.

Nagara Estate, Java (Preanger Regencies). Röhrig, F. A. C., Kampement 48, Sourabaya. Soe Hoo Sing Handels Maatschappy, Sourabaya. Still, Otto, Kali Bessar, Batavia.

Tjikopo Noord Estate, Java (Batavia Regency). Tjimoelang Estate, Java, (near Buitenzorg).

PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.

2 Mar., 1917. Merlo, Timeto.

8 Aug., 1916.

8 Aug., 1916.

8 Aug., 1916.

24 Mar., 1916.

18 July, 1916.

SPAIN.

Barrau, Teixido, Passeo de Gracia 47, Barcelona,

should read

Barrau (see Teixidó Barrau, Juan).

Teixidó Barrau, Juan, Passeo de Gracia 47, Barcelona. Soujol, Carlos, Plaza Urquinaona 3, Barcelona.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

International Import & Export Company, 136, South Fourth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. (no connection with International Import & Export, Inc., White Building, Seattle, Washington) or (International Import & Export Company, 310, Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.).

*NOTE (1).--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 Persia, Morocco or Portuguese East Africa, and consequently it is an offence to trade with any person or body of persons of enemy nationality resident or carrying on business in Persia, 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.

 NOTE (2).--Where a firm named in the list has more than one branch in the same country, all branches in that country are held to be included in the list even in cases where no address, or of several addresses, one only is specifically mentioned.

 NOTE (3). The above additions and removals were made in the United Kingdom on the dates which appear opposite to the respective names.

 NOTE (4). With reference to Note (5) to Notification No. 119, published in the Gazette of the 30th March, 1917, the name in question was removed in the United Kingdom on the 2nd March, 1917. It appears from the London Gazette of that date that the correct name is Merlo, Timeto".

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No. 190.

    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 3rd day of May, 1917.

     Rule 42 of the rules made by the Governor in Council under the above Ordinance is amended by the deletion of the words "or Hayti", and by the insertion of the word 66 or"

"between the words "China" and "Siam".

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

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

3rd May, 1917.

NOTE 1.-Rule 42 above referred to was published in the Gazette of the 20th October, 1916.

NOTE 2.-The rules made under the above Ordinance were published in the following numbers of the Gazette:

:-

7th January, 1916. 14th January, 1916.

21st January, 1916.

7th April, 1916. 5th May, 1916.

16th June, 1916. 23rd June, 1916.

18th August, 1916.

1st September, 1916. 13th October, 1916. 20th October, 1916. 27th October, 1916.

1st December, 1916. 8th December, 1916.

28th July, 1916.

    The above references do not include the various amendments of the schedule to Rule 41 (Military Stores), or the various amendments of the White Lists for China and Siam.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 191. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Dr. FREDERICK LINDSAY WOODS to be Assistant Surgeon-Superintendent of the Special Police Reserve, with effect from 1st May, 1917.

4th May, 1917.

No. 192. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint LAM LIN () to be a "Forest Officer" for the control and superintendence of the forests of the Colony, in succession to WONG TOK () dismissed, with effect from the 1st May,

1917.

4th May, 1917.

NOTICES.

No. 193.

ERRATUM.

    The following name should be deleted on page 53 of the Consolidating Statutory List:-

4th May, 1917.

Indo-Belge, Societé Coloniale, Batavia.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 4, 1917.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

271

No. 194. The following Correspondence between the Military Service Commis- sion and His Excellency the Governor is published, by command.

The Military Service Commission.

HONGKONG, 20th April, 1917.

SIR,--We, the Commissioners appointed by Your Excellency, have the honour to submit a general report up to the present date concerning the enquiry upon which at your direction we have been engaged.

2. Under the terms of our appointment published in the Gazette of the 9th February last, we were instructed to enquire "whether and to what extent, having regard both to Imperial needs and to local conditions, it is practicable and expedient that male British subjects of military age, resident in the Colony, who wish to volunteer for active service with His Majesty's forces outside the Colony, should be allowed to leave for that purpose And we were desired to report in particular our findings and recommendations. The scope of the enquiry was subsequently narrowed by the manifestly necessary exclusion of the Naval and Military Establishments; and later by the withdrawal from our purview of the Civil Establishment under circumstances which appear in our correspondence with you attached in Appendix A.

3. On the 9th February we published a notification inviting applications from men of military age; and in response one hundred and eighty-two candidates, exclusive of those in the employment of the Naval, Military and Civil Authorities, sent in their names as shewn in Appendix B. Of these, three afterwards withdrew their applications, two proved ineligible on account of age, and fifty-two were found to be physically unfit. In the result therefore we have heard and considered the applications of the remaining one hundred and twenty-five men, and have reported to you from time to time our findings. and recommendations in each of these cases individually.

   4. The Commission was informed at the outset that the Military Authorities do not require for local defence, and would not detain, any man whom the Commission should find could otherwise be spared for active service outside the Colony.

   5. The Commission first met on the 13th February, and held frequent sittings between that time and the 19th instant for the purpose of considering applications. All the members were present at every meeting, except the last two when a member was prevented from attending by illness. We found, in consequence of our investigation, that of the candidates before us forty-three could be spared; all of whom have, we under- stand, been informed by the Government that they are at liberty to leave the Colony for active service. Their names are given in Appendix C.

   6. In almost every instance employers have undertaken to keep situations open, and in most cases have agreed to make some monetary grant by way of part salary or other- wise. So far as we are aware, no impediment or delay has been interposed by an employer to the departure of any of these forty-three men, except in one case which has been referred by letter to London. We desire to express our appreciation of the liberal attitude adopted by employers generally in the matter of releasing and making provision for their men. The Government has provided second class passages by mail to England, and has guaranteed the provision of return passages to the Colony.

   7. We are satisfied that, apart from the direct result of our investigation, the appointment, or anticipated appointment, of the Commission indirectly brought about the release of an additional number of men, the practicability of sparing whom was so apparent as to render reference to the Commission unnecessary. A list (unavoidably incomplete) of thirty-one men, other than those appearing before the Commission, for whom passages have recently been arranged, is given in Appendix D.

His Excellency

Sir F. H. MAY, K.C.M.G.,

Governor of Hongkong.

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8. It cannot but be noticed that the younger men in the Colony have, to a certain. extent, refrained hitherto from coming before the Commission. We have had the opportunity of ascertaining the number of civilians in Hongkong of British race and military age; and are forced to the conclusion that, had more applied, more, although it may be not a large number, would have been found able to go; at the cost perhaps of personal sacrifice, but with no diminution of the Colony's value as an asset of the Empire. Furthermore it has been a matter of surprise to the Commission to learn, what the enquiry has certainly proved, that there yet remains doubt in some minds whether the Empire needs more men; and this doubt probably in part explains the number who have abstained from applying. Being ourselves convinced that so long as the war lasts the need is imperative, and increasingly so, we respectfully recommend that a clear official pronouncement upon the matter is desirable.

   9. The Commission, in the cases before it, has accepted the principle that it is outside its province to decide whether the full carrying on in the Colony of any particu- lar trade or business is necessary or expedient in the interests of the Empire. The Commission has accordingly based its findings upon the policy that, while staffs are to be reduced to the minimum compatible with efficiency, every trade and business irrespective of its nature is to be continued. Under the system of compulsory service obtaining in Great Britain, this standard has of course been abandoned; and we recognise that it may be necessary to modify the policy in Hongkong.

10. The part played by Hongkong under the voluntary system will probably stand comparison with the part played by any other British Dependency; but believing, as we have said, that there are still men here who could well be spared, we should welcome a decision by the Imperial Government to extend to the Colony the obligation of compul- sory service with the armies in the field.

11. Pursuant to the terms of our appointment, we have confined our enquiry to the cases of men medically passed as fit for active service at the front, and have not consi- dered applications from those physically capable of only sedentary or semi-active duties. And it is evident that the retention here of the latter class enables more of the former to leave.

12. With a view to liberating men, sixty-five women have made offers of assistance in one capacity or another, and steps have been taken to put their names before employers. Useful and suitable work has already been arranged in several cases, and, we hope, will soon be in more. It must however be remembered that men who come from the United Kingdom to the Far East have usually undergone a special course of training, and it is difficult to find women possessing the requisite experience and technical knowledge to take their places. Unskilled and partly skilled work, such as is now largely done by women in the United Kingdom, is performed in Hongkong mainly by men of Asiatic race.

13. We desire to express our appreciation of the valuable services of Mr. A. G. M. FLETCHER as Secretary of the Commission.

14. We hope that Your Excellency will see fit to direct the publication of this report in the Gazette.

We have the honour to be,

Sir,

Your obedient servants,

E. H. SHARP.

C. E. ANTON.

ROBT. SHEWAN.

C. MONTAGUE EDE.

1. B. F. CURRIE.

C. W. BECKWITH.

T. A. LOUGHLIN.

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Appendix A.

THE MILITARY SERVICE COMMISSION.

HONGKONG, 26th March, 1917.

273

  SIR, -Referring to our recent interviews on the subject of applications from Civil Servants, I have the honour to inform Your Excellency that the Commissioners, upon further consideration of all the circumstances which I put before you, are confirmed in the view that it would not serve any useful purpose for them to hear such applications.

  2. The principal circumstances influencing the Commissioners in this view are that such applications constitute in some respects a peculiar category; inasmuch as you hold the dual position, at once of the applicant's employer and the arbiter of whatever recon- mendations the Commissioners may make upon their findings. They also understand that in the former capacity, at the instance of the Secretary of State, you have already formed and are acting upon an opinion as to the maximum number of men who can be spared, which opinion they apprehend would in fact guide your decision in your final arbitrament.

  3. In the above circumstances, the Commissioners suggest that you withdraw the Civil Service from the purview of the Commission, in the same manner as the Naval and Military Services have been withdrawn.

  4. The Commissioners wish this letter to be understood as in no way implying a desire on their part to be relieved of the task of dealing with applications from Civil Servants, a duty they would gladly undertake were the conditions such as to enable them to perform it usefully and effectively.

I have the honour to be,

Your Excellency's obedient servant,

His Excellency

Sir F. H. MAY, K.C.M.G.,

Governor of Hongkong.

(Sd.) E. H. SHARP,

Chairman.

GOVERNMENT HOUSE,

HONGKONG, 28th March, 1917.

SIR, I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 26th instant explaining the circumstances which have induced the members of the Military Service Commission to suggest that I should withdraw the Civil Servants from the purview of the Commission.

I appreciate the reasons for this suggestion which in the circumstances I shall adopt. I shall at the same time weigh carefully the cases of those Civil Servants who have not applied to the Colonial Government for permission to offer themselves for Military service beyond the Colony, but who may have made applications to go before the Commission. I shall be glad therefore to receive from the Commission the names of all Civil Servants who have made such applications.

I have the honour to be,

Sir,

Your most obedient servant,

The Honourable

Mr. E. H. SHARP, K.C.,

Chairman,

Military Service Commission.

(Sd.) F. H. MAY,

Governor, &c.

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Ainslie, E. J., ... Alarakia, A. A.. Allan, J. W. R.,.. Archbutt, G. S., Arnold, E. L.,.. Austin, N. J., Austin, R. M..

"

Balean, A., Barton, L. A.,. Barton, R. T.,. Beith, B. D. F.,

Beswick, C.,

Bevington, F.,

Bird, C. B.,...

Bond, W.,

Appendix B.

Messrs. Lane, Crawford & Co.

Hongkong and Whampoa Dock Co., Ltd. China Fire Insurance Co., Ltd.

.Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd.

Chartered Bank of India, Australia & China. Messrs. Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ltd.

Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation. Messrs. Butterfield & Swire.

Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation. Messrs. Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ltd. Messrs. Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ltd. .Messrs. Bradley & Co., Ltd.

Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd.

Bisseker, C. F. D., ...... British-American Tobacco Co., Ltd.

Bootes, A. N.,...

Brewer, N. J.,

Brister, J. H.,

Brown, C. B.,

Brown, N. S., Butler, G. R.,

Cassidy, P. S.,...... Chapman, A. F. Chassels, T. R.,

""

Cheesman, D. G.,

Clark, D. E.,

Cocks, E. C.,

Cook, W. E.,

Cooper, D. S.,.....

Cormack, B. W.,

Cornell, W. A.. Croucher, N., Cullen, F.,

Cumming, K. M., Cunningham, J.... Cuthill, C. H.,.

Davison, A. C., Dick, J. G.,

Din, Mehr,

Duckworth, F. F.,

.Messrs. Butterfield & Swire.

..Messrs. Lane, Crawford & Co.

Messrs. Butterfield & Swire.

Messrs. Reiss & Co.

.Messrs. Linstead & Davis.

..Messrs. Butterfield & Swire.

.....Messrs. Gibb, Livingston & Co.

Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation. Messrs. Lowe, Bingham & Matthews.

..Messrs. Butterfield & Swire.

.Eastern Extension & Australasia Telegraph Co., Ltd.

Messrs. J. D. Humphreys & Son.

Eastern Extension & Australasia Telegraph Co., Ltd. Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co., Ltd.

.Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co., Ltd.

Messrs. Lane, Crawford & Co.

Messrs. Palmer & Turner.

..Messrs. Benjamin & Potts.

Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co., Ltd. .Messrs. Reiss & Co.

...Messrs. Butterfield & Swire.

....Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co., Ltd.

Messrs. Jardine, Matheson & Co. Ltd. Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co., Ltd.

..Hongkong Electric Co., Ltd.

Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation.

Dunnett, G. B.,

Easton, J.,

England, J. H.,

.Messrs. Lane, Crawford & Co., Ltd.

Evans, J.,

Farmer, W..

Fisher, T. J.,

Foote, L., Fraser, W., Fyfe, A. A.,

Gace, F. A., Gibb, J.. Goard, S. G.. Grant-Smith, E.,

Messrs. A. S. Watson & Co., Ltd.

.Hongkong, Canton & Macao Steamboat Co., Ltd.

.Messrs. Butterfield & Swire.

.Messrs. Butterfield & Swire.

.Messrs. Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ltd.

Hongkong Electric Co., Ltd.

.Messrs. Percy Smith, Seth & Fleming.

Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation. .Chartered Bank of India, Australia & China. .Messrs. Butterfield & Swire.

Messrs. Dodwell & Co.

Greenhill, L. S.,

.Hongkong Land Investment Co., Ltd.

Grimshaw, J.,

.Messrs. Butterfield & Swire.

Haines, H. F.,

Hay, C. H. P.,

Heath, H. T.,

Haywood, G. R.,

..............Peak Tramway Co., Ltd.

...Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd. ....Solicitor.

Messrs. Butterfield & Swire.

Hegarty, W. G.,.........Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation. Henderson, M. J., ....Messrs. Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ltd.

Herbert, R. G.,

Messrs. Butterfield & Swire.

Herridge, T. G.,......... Messrs. Loxley & Co.

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Hidden, S. L..............Messrs. Whiteaway, Laidlaw & Co. Higginbotham, C. J.,.....Messrs. J. D. Hutchison & Co.

Hill, W. J.,.

Hollands, H. E., Hosie, E. L.,

Messrs. Butterfield & Swire.

Messrs. Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ltd. ‹ Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co., Ltd. ..Messrs. Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ltd.

Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ltd.

......Peninsular & Oriental S. N. Co., Ltd.

...Messrs. Butterfield & Swire.

Hull, M....

Hurle, B. R.,

Johnson, M. T.,

Johnstone, J. R.,

Keith, D.,

Kinghorn, J. R.,

...

Kinross, A. R.,

Lakin, G. M.,

Lang, A. O.,

Layton, G. B.,

Leith, A. C.,

.Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co., Ltd.

..

.Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co., Ltd.

.Messrs. Gibb, Livingston & Co. Messrs. Gibb, Livingston & Co.

Messrs. Layton & Co.

1

Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation.

Longmire, K. de C., ...Messrs. Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ltd.

Loughlin, T. A., ......... Bank Line, Ltd.

Lovely, L. H.,....

Maas, M. M.,

Macdonald, A. D.,

Macdonald, J.,

MacIntyre, N.,

McDonald, A. G. McInnes, C.,

McIntyre, R. W., McIntosh, J. S., McNicoll, L. D.,. McTavish, H. M., Maher, N. B., Maltby, C. F. Manning, W., Mansfield, W. R., Marques, F. T., Martin, A. E., Mason, C. F., May, G. T..

Mayes, S. M.. Mellis, G., Meyer, J. E., Morrison, K. S., Morrison, W. J., Morse, A., Morton-Smith, G., Muriel, H. E.,................

Murphy, L. N.,

Murray, M. A.,

Nairn, J. H.,

Nixon, T. C.,

Norris, J. C.,

.Chartered Bank of India, Australia & China.

.Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ltd.

Hongkong Tramway Co., Ltd.

Chartered Bank of India, Australia & China. Messrs. Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ltd.

M.,... Messrs. Moxon & Taylor.

..Central Agency, Ltd.

......Messrs. Butterfield & Swire.

Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co., Ltd. Messrs. Lever Brothers (China), Ltd. Messrs. Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ltd. ..China Mail, Ltd.

..Chartered Bank of India, Australia & China.

Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ltd.

Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd.

Hongkong & Vhampoa Dock Co., Ltd. Peninsular & Oriental S. N. Co., Ltd. .Messrs. D'Almada & Mason,

...Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ltd.

British American Tobacco Co., Ltd. .Messrs. Falconer & Co.

.Messrs. Loxley & Co.

Messrs. Bradley & Co.

..Chartered Bank of India, Australia & China. .Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation.

Messrs. Dodwell & Co.

Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation. ..Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation, Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation.

Messrs. Butterfield & Swire.

Hongkong Electric Co., Ltd.

Northey, H. R., ......... Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation.

Pasco, B.,

Pearce, T. E.,

Pereira, C.,...

Perry, F. A.,

Petley, H. W.,

Piercy, G. H.,..

Plummer, J. A.,

Preston, A. M..

Purves, D. J.,........................

Railton, M. L.,

Railton, N. L. H.,

Ramsey, J. H.,

Rawlinson, R. J.,

Relph, H.,

Remedios, J. S. V.,

Resker, A. C.,. Riach, G. V. R.,.

Messrs. Butterfield & Swire.

Messrs. J. D. Hutchison & Co.

British-American Tobacco Co., Ltd. Hongkong Electric Co., Ltd.

Messrs. Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ltd. Messrs. Bradley & Co.

...Messrs. Johnson, Stokes & Master.

...Messrs. Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ltd.

.Messrs. Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ltd.

......

..Messrs. Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ltd.

.Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation. .Messrs. Butterfield & Swire.

.Messrs. A. S. Watson & Co., Ltd.

...Hongkong Volunteer Corps.

Messrs. Butterfield and Swire.

...Vacuum Oil Co., Ltd.

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Ridgway, J. A., .........Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation.

Robertson, A. W. L.,...Messrs. Butterfield & Swire.

Robson, W.,

Rodger, J.,

Ross, C. P.,

Ross, D. M.,

19

Ross, L.,

Ross, W.,

Rosser, A. J. W.,

Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co., Ltd. .Central Agency, Ltd.

Messrs. Thos. Cook & Son.

Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation. Messrs. Leigh & Orange.

Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation. ....Peninsular & Oriental S. N. Co., Ltd.

Sandford, H. C.,.........Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation.

Schulz, A. E.,

Scriven, H. E.,

Sedgwick, L.,

Sharp, R. H.,

Silva, F. N. E.,

Sim, E. L.,

Sinclair, W., Smith, Crowther, Smith, W.,

Sorby. V.,

Southerton, R. G., Stackhouse, J. W., Stalker, J., Stapleton, W. H., Stewart, A. B., Stewart, E. G., Stone, W. F. Summers, C. H.,.... Syme-Thompson, J.,

""

Taylor, T., Thomas, G. H., Thompson, F. G., Thursfield, R. P., Tod, P.,

Todd, F. C.,...

Towns, G. E.,

.Messrs. Linstead & Davis.

Messrs. Lane, Crawford & Co.

Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation. British-American Tobacco Co., Ltd.

.Messrs. Dodwell & Co.

Mercantile Bank of India, Ltd.

Messrs. Reiss & Co.

....Solicitor.

Messrs. A. G. Gordon & Co. Hongkong Electric Co., Ltd. ..Diocesan School.

.New Zealand Insurance Co., Ltd.

Bank Line, Ltd.

Messrs. W. G. Humphreys & Co. .Messrs. Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ltd. .St. Paul's College.

Messrs. Dodwell & Co.

Messrs. Butterfield & Swire.

... Messrs. Dodwell & Co.

Messrs. Palmer & Turner.

Hongkong & Shanghai Banknig Corporation. Messrs. Deacon, Looker, Deacon & Harston. Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation. Messrs. Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ltd.

Messrs. A. S. Watson & Co., Ltd.

Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation.

Upsdell, G. E. S., ......St. Paul's College.

Walker, J. M.,

Wallace, C.,

Watkins, C. H.,

Wattie, J.,

Wilken, E.,..

Wilkie, P. W. A.,

Wilkinson, R. A. M.,

Williams, E. A. M., Wilson, D.,. Woodhead. C.....

Wright, W.,

Young, A.,

...Chartered Bank of India, Australia & China.

.Central Agency, Ltd.

.Messrs. Dodwell & Co.

.Messrs. Alex. Ross & Co.

.Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation.

... Messrs. Butterfield & Swire. ...Messrs. Lowe, Bingham & Matthews.

.Messrs. A. S. Watson & Co., Ltd. ... Messrs. Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ltd. Fumigating and Disinfecting Bureau.

•Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co., Ltd.

Young, J. A., ............ Messrs. Shewan, Tomes & Co.

Appendix C.

Bisseker, F. D. Brewer, W. J.

Chapman, A. F. Cheesman, A. G. Cocks, E. C.

Croucher, N.

Cullen, F.

Cuthill, G. H.

Din, Mehr.

Easton, J. England, J. C.

Farmer, W. Fyfe, A. A.

Greenhill, L. S.

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Haines, H. F.

Haywood, G. R.

Railton, M. L.

Robson, W.

Hegarty, W. G. Henderson, M. J. Hurle, B. R.

Johnstone, J. R.

Maher, N. B. Marques, F. T.

Mason, C. F.

May, G. T.

McDonald, A. G. M.

Mellis, G.

Murphy, L. N.

Pereira, C.

Purves, D. J.

Rodger, J. Ross, L.

Rosser, A. J. W.

Smith, Crowther.

Smith, W.

Stapleton, W. H. Stewart, E. G.

Summers, C. H.

Taylor, T.

Wattie, J.

Wilkie, P. W. A.

Young, A.

Anderson, A.

Blyton, T.

Brand, R. A.

Brawn, A. O.

Burlingham, D.

Appendix D.

McVeigh, J.

Miskin, G.

Mitchell, E. J.

Moore, S. S.

Moore, W. B. A.

Mycock, C.

Chubb, S. F.

Old, T.

Dennys, H. L.

Dickie, F. J.

Grant-Smith, E. J.

Robinson, G. A.

Scriven, H. E.

Green, H.

Sewell, G. W.

Hill, T. W.

Jones, H. I.

Kelly, S.

Smyth, F. R.

Tomlinson, G. H. S.

Watkins, C.

Weall, T. G.

Lee-Jones, B. W. Lenfestey, F. P.

West, H.

Whyte, L. M.

GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HONGKONG, 25th April, 1917.

 SIR, -I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of the report, dated the 20th April, by the Military Service Commissioners in the matter of the enquiry upon which they have been engaged.

2. I desire to express my thanks to the Commissioners for their valuable work, with its resultant addition of no inconsiderable force for service with His Majesty's Armies; work which has, to my personal knowledge, involved much patient labour.

3. With reference to paragraph 8 of the report I propose shortly to make a pro- nouncement in the Legislative Council regarding the subject of Military Service in relation to this Colony.

 4. The report will be published in the Gazette of the 4th May, a copy will be for- warded to the Secretary of State for the Colonies forthwith, and copies will be laid upon. the table of the Legislative Council at its next meeting.

I have the honour to be,

Sir,

Your obedient servant,

The Honourable

Mr. E. H. SHARP, K.C.,

Chairman, Military Service Commission.

(Sd.)

F. H. MAY,

Governor, &c.

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   No. 195. - It is hereby notified that all persons wishing to travel to the United States of America must have their passports viséd by a United States Diplomatic or Consular Officer.

No. 196.-It is hereby notified that regulations governing the certification and disinfection of hides, fleshings, hide cuttings, parings and glue stock, sheepskins and goatskins and parts thereof, hair, wool, and other animal by-products, hay, straw, forage, or similar material offered for entry into the United States of America have been received and may be seen on application at the Colonial Secretary's Office.

No. 197.-It is hereby notified that, owing to the delay, due to conditions created by the war, in obtaining new Plant, the Hongkong Electric Company find difficulty in carrying the load necessary for public and private supply especially during the hours between 6 and 10 p.m.

Consumers of electric light supplied by the Company are therefore earnestly requested to use the utmost economy in the use of light and of fans during the hours mentioned in order that the possibilities of interruption in the supply due to breakdown of the machinery may be avoided.

No. 198. The attention of merchants is called to the Consolidating List of persons and firms on the Statutory List which has just been published and which is obtainable from the Government Printers, Messrs. NORONIIA & Co., No. 14A Des Voeux Road Central, at the price of $1 a copy. Trading with any person or firm on the Statutory List is illegal, and merchants should make themselves acquainted with the contents of the Consolidating List and of all subsequent Orders in Council amending the Statutory List. The Consolidating List also contains some notes on trading with the enemy which may be useful to merchants.

No. 199.--It is hereby notified that the following charges will in future be made for plans and tracings supplied by the Crown Land and Survey Office, Public Works Department:---

Sale plan, coloured, unmounted,

Sale plans of an exceptional size are charged for at a higher rate, in the discretion of the Director of Public Works.

Copies of Ordnance and other Surveys.

For the first square foot or part of a square foot, For every additional square foot or part of a square foot,.

$5.00

$4.00

foot,.........$2.00

Special rates are charged for tracings on linen, for colouring or mounting plans or tracings, and for lithographed or sunprint copies of existing

maps.

No. 200. The revised list of persons to whom articles to be exported to China. which was published as Notification No. 28, and amended by Notifications No. 29, No. 40, No. 53, No. 66, No. 113, and No, 133, published in the Gazettes of January 26th, February 9th, 16th, and 23rd, March 23rd, and 30th, 1917, respectively, is hereby further amended as follows:-

Add the following names:-

China Soap & Candle Co., Ltd.

Jourdan Ami-Tcheon, Yunnan. Peking Technical College.

Sin Hong Ho, Amoy.

Mong Hong, Amoy.

Correction:-

Hogg & Co., Canton, should read Hogg & Karanjia, Ltd., Canton.

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   No. 201.--The following additional list of firms which are being wound up under the Trading with the Enemy Amendment Act, 1916, is published for general informa- tion. The previous lists appeared in the Gazettes of the 20th April, 5th, 19th, and 26th May, 9th, 23rd, and 30th June, 7th and 28th July, 4th, 11th, and 25th August, 15th, 22nd, and 29th September, 6th, 20th and 27th October, 17th November, 15th and 29th December, 1916, 12th, 19th, and 26th January, 16th and 23rd February, 2nd and 30th March, and 27th April, 1917.

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 :

413. Mentor Camera Co., Ltd., 244, High Holborn, London, W.C., Dealers in Cameras. Controller: William Hancock, 90-91, Queen Street, Cheap- side, London, E.C. 19 February, 1917.

414. Mea Magneto Co., Ltd., Gresse Buildings, 3, Stephen Street, London, W., Dealers in Magnetos, Magneto Parts and Accessories. Controller: C. Ryland Beeby, 66, Basinghall Street, London, E.C. 26 February, 1917. 415. Neresheimer & Co., Ltd., 27, Holborn Viaduct, London, E.C., Dealers in Precious Stones and Jewellery. Controller: C. N. Moysey Stuart, 31, Lombard Street, London, E.C. 26 February, 1917.

416. Sperling and Williams, 24 and 25, Fenchurch Street, London, E.C., Export Merchants. Controller: David Howat Allan, 20, Copthall Avenue, Lon- don, E.C. 5 March, 1917.

417. Otto Kipp, 6, Northampton Square, London, E.C., Export Agent and Mer- chant. Controller: Sidney John Field, 17, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W. 5 March, 1917.

418. British Ship Fire Protection Syndicate, 62, Sandringham Road, Cardiff, Manufacturers of and Dealers in the Gronwalt Apparatus for protection from fire at sea. Controller: George David, 117, St. Mary Street, Cardiff,

5 March, 1917.

419. Joseph Winterhalter, 5, High Street, Swansea, Jeweller. Controller: Henry Rees, Government Buildings, St. Mary's Street, Swansea. 5 March, 1917.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secret try.

4th May, 1917.

NOTE. See the London Gazettes of the 2nd and 6th March, 1917.

MAGISTRACY.

   No. 202.---It is hereby notified that, by command of His Excellency the Governor, and pursuant to Section 10 of the Liquors Consolidation Ordinance, 1911, Ordinance No. 9 of 1911, an Election by the Justices of the Peace of a Justice of the Peace to serve on the Licensing Board for six months during the absence of the Hon. Mr. EDWARD SHELLIM will take place at the Magistracy on Monday, the 21st day of May, 1917, commencing at 4 o'clock in the afternoon.

The only persons entitled to vote at the Election are the Justices of the Peace.

   The election will be conducted in accordance with the Rules published in the Govern ment Gazette dated the 7th January, 1910.

   Voting will commence at 4 p.m. and continue until 6 p.m. when the ballot-box will be closed.

J. R. WOOD,

Police Magistrate.

4th May, 1917.

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ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

   No. 203. Extract of Meteorological Observations made at the Royal Observatory, Hongkong, during the month of April, 1917.

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64.2

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74.5

69.6 66.4

.60

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.92

78.0

71.6

66.2 82

.63

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92

3.1

0.105

E by S

8.5

14,

.88

70.3

68.4

66.8

91

.63

ICO

:

0.130

E by N

16.7

15,

.84

69.7

67.9

66.5

94

.64

100

0.270

E by S

3.0

16,

.86

72.2

68.9

65.5 83

.59

98

E

1.4

9.3

17,

.84

70.5

68.1

66.6 89

.61

100

0.3

0.140

E

19.7

18,

.85

71.4

68.6

66.6: 93

.65

97

2.9

0.085

E

16.4

19,

.85 72.8

68.1 69.9

94

.69

92

0.9

0.115

E

13.0

20,

.84 74.0

70.8

69.1 94

.71

93

2.0

0.240

E by S 11.4

21,

.86

71.1

68.8

67.4

94

.66

100

0.1

0.260

E by N 24.2

22,

.80

76.6 70.3

66.9

95

.71

97

0.5

0.040

E

20.I

23,

.76

80.6

74.1 77.5

90

.84

SSW

99

0.4

10.0

24,

.87

75.2

69.8

66.2

92

.67

100

0.3

E by N 27.9

25,

.94

67.3

65.4

64.5

87

26,

.90

70.0 66.9

64.I

92

27,

.88

77.4

68.0 72.2

92

28,

.92

75.5

63.8 70.2

82

29,

.95

66.6

64.4

62.5

82

30,

.97

66.5 62.I

59.4

74

405077

100

1.3

E by N 31.7

.61

95

2.7

0.005

E

19.1

.73

94

1.7

0.015

E by S

3.5

.61

99

1.9

0.275

ENE

11.5

.49

100

0.215

NE

9.4

72

2.0

0.285

N by E

4.8

Sum.

Sum.

Mean.

29.89

73.5

69.4

66.4

86

0.63

87 76.9

5.230

E

13.5

MEANS AND EXTREMES FOR APRIL (1884 TO 1913 INCLUSIVE):-

Maximum,...

Mean,

Minimum,

29.92

30.03 77-7 29.96 74.6

66.5 71.5

69.6 73.1 70.2

89

.70

89

160.0 14.890

66.9

85

.63

80

112.5 5.511

63-7

79

.57

61

53.3 1.235

: 2:

18.9

E

14.7

I2.2

  The rainfall for the month of April at the Botanical Gardens was 5ins. 93 on 18 days, at the Matilda Hospital, Mount Kellett, it was 5ins.79 on 18 days, and at the Police Station, Taipo, it was 8ins. 64 on 22 days. The mean wind velocity was the lowest on record.

3rd May, 1917.

T. F. CLAXTON, Director.

LAND OFFICE.

  No. 204. It is hereby notified for general information that the Cancellation of the Memorial of Re-entry by the Crown on Section E of Kowloon Inland Lot No. 40 has been registered according to law.

4th May, 1917.

P. JACKS,

Land Officer.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 4, 1917.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

   No. 203. Extract of Meteorological Observations made at the Royal Observatory, Hongkong, during the month of April, 1917.

BARO-

METER

TEMPERATURE.

HUMIDITY.

WIND.

DATE.

AT

CLOUDI SUN-

NESS. SHINE.

RAIN.

M.S.L.

Max. Mean. Min.

Rel. Abs.

Dir. Vel.

о

ins.

p. c.

ins.

p. c.

hrs.

ius.

Points. Miles

p.h.

1,

30.11

69.0

65.5

62.4

60

0.38

68

5.0

2.

.05

74.5

68.1

64.61 75

.52

71

7.6

E E by S

123.0

9.9

.00

3,

75.0

68.4

63.9

75

.52

57

8.4

W by N

5.9

+,

29.98

73.5 68.2

64.2

.57

78

2.3

E by S

7.6

5,

.97

74.5

69.6 66.4

.60

15

10.4

E by S

8.9

6,

.92

78.0

71.6

66.2 82

.63

32

8.3

S by W

3.4

7,

.92

79.3

72.2

67.6

85

.67

67

3-5

N

3.1

8,

.94

70.5

66.3

64.4

77

.50

99

0.405

E by N 24.6

9,

.88

71.2

68.1

65.6

92

.63

97

3.5

0.015

E

15.5

IO,

.87

77.8

68.6 72.2

92

.73

95

3.6

SE by E 12.1

[1,

.74

79.6

76.6

74.1 86

.79

99

2.8

W

16.3

12,

.69 77.6

72.8

68.9

94

.76

100

2.630

SE by S 14.0

.82

13,

76.8

71.3

69.1 88

.67

92

3.1

0.105

E by S

8.5

14,

.88

70.3

68.4

66.8

91

.63

ICO

:

0.130

E by N

16.7

15,

.84

69.7

67.9

66.5

94

.64

100

0.270

E by S

3.0

16,

.86

72.2

68.9

65.5 83

.59

98

E

1.4

9.3

17,

.84

70.5

68.1

66.6 89

.61

100

0.3

0.140

E

19.7

18,

.85

71.4

68.6

66.6: 93

.65

97

2.9

0.085

E

16.4

19,

.85 72.8

68.1 69.9

94

.69

92

0.9

0.115

E

13.0

20,

.84 74.0

70.8

69.1 94

.71

93

2.0

0.240

E by S 11.4

21,

.86

71.1

68.8

67.4

94

.66

100

0.1

0.260

E by N 24.2

22,

.80

76.6 70.3

66.9

95

.71

97

0.5

0.040

E

20.I

23,

.76

80.6

74.1 77.5

90

.84

SSW

99

0.4

10.0

24,

.87

75.2

69.8

66.2

92

.67

100

0.3

E by N 27.9

25,

.94

67.3

65.4

64.5

87

26,

.90

70.0 66.9

64.I

92

27,

.88

77.4

68.0 72.2

92

28,

.92

75.5

63.8 70.2

82

29,

.95

66.6

64.4

62.5

82

30,

.97

66.5 62.I

59.4

74

405077

100

1.3

E by N 31.7

.61

95

2.7

0.005

E

19.1

.73

94

1.7

0.015

E by S

3.5

.61

99

1.9

0.275

ENE

11.5

.49

100

0.215

NE

9.4

72

2.0

0.285

N by E

4.8

Sum.

Sum.

Mean.

29.89

73.5

69.4

66.4

86

0.63

87 76.9

5.230

E

13.5

MEANS AND EXTREMES FOR APRIL (1884 TO 1913 INCLUSIVE):-

Maximum,...

Mean,

Minimum,

29.92

30.03 77-7 29.96 74.6

66.5 71.5

69.6 73.1 70.2

89

.70

89

160.0 14.890

66.9

85

.63

80

112.5 5.511

63-7

79

.57

61

53.3 1.235

: 2:

18.9

E

14.7

I2.2

  The rainfall for the month of April at the Botanical Gardens was 5ins. 93 on 18 days, at the Matilda Hospital, Mount Kellett, it was 5ins.79 on 18 days, and at the Police Station, Taipo, it was 8ins. 64 on 22 days. The mean wind velocity was the lowest on record.

3rd May, 1917.

T. F. CLAXTON, Director.

LAND OFFICE.

  No. 204. It is hereby notified for general information that the Cancellation of the Memorial of Re-entry by the Crown on Section E of Kowloon Inland Lot No. 40 has been registered according to law.

4th May, 1917.

P. JACKS,

Land Officer.

"

F

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MÁY +, 1917.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

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No. 205. It is hereby notified that the registrations of the following trade marks have 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. 12 of 1903.

27th April, 1903.

No. 13 of 1903.

Do.

27th April, 1917.

Tam Chiu, No. 63, Bonham Strand, Hongkong.

Do.

27th April, 1931.

5

Do.

5

E. CARPMAEL,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

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DESPATCHES FROM THE SECRETARY OF STATE.

   No. 206.--The following despatch from the Secretary of State for the Colonies is published, by command.

Any enquiries regarding it should be addressed to the Colonial Secretary.

11th May, 1917.

CIRCULAR.

A. G. M. FLETCHER, Colonial Secretary.

DOWNING STREET,

20th March, 1917.

   SIR, I have the honour to inform you that the King has been pleased to approve of a silver badge being awarded to officers, soldiers, nurses, and certain civilians who have left the Army owing to physical disability incurred by military service.

   2. I enclose a copy of the original notification describing the badge, and also a copy of a pamphlet issued by the Army Council containing the conditions governing the issue of the badge. I would invite your attention to the paragraph on page 4 of the pamphlet in which the procedure for applicants who have served in the forces of a Colony or Protectorate is laid down.

   3. The Army Council have decided that the minimum period of time during which a soldier shall have served with the colours since the 4th of August, 1914, in order to be eligible for the badge shall be seven days.

I have, &c.,

The Officer Administering the Government of

WALTER H. LONG.

HONGKONG.

[Enclosure 1 in Circular despatch dated 20th March, 1917.]

SERVICE BADGES.

54/Gen. No. 2330.

   A silver badge of the Imperial Cipher, pierced, within a circle. The circle bears the words "For King and Empire-Services Rendered." Each badge to bear a serial number.

(1) To be awarded to those officers and soldiers who, having served at home or abroad since 4th August, 1914, have, for age or physical incapacity, retired, relinquished their commissions, or been discharged from the Service, such incapacity being due to wounds or to sickness caused by military service.

(2) The award to include all troops--British, Indian and Colonial.

(3) To be worn only with plain clothes on the right breast or on the right lapel

of the jacket.

(4) To be accompanied by a certificate bearing the same serial number. The

certificate always to be in possession when the badge is worn.

(5) The badge will also be awarded to members of Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service, Regular, Reserve and Territorial Force, Queen Alexandra's Military Nursing Service for India, and members of Volun- tary Aid Detachments who have quitted the Service under the conditions noted in (1).

   Also to civil practitioners regularly appointed to perform military duties and to other civilians who have occupied positions normally held by officers or other ranks of the Royal Army Medical Corps under a fixed agreement for a period of service, who have been forced to resign from physical incapacity caused by military service.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 11, 1917.

[Extract from Enclosure 2 in Circular despatch dated 20th March, 1917.]

OTHER OVERSEA POSSESSIONS AND PROTECTORATES.

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  Applicants belonging to any oversea forces other than those of the self-governing Dominions, including the local forces of any Colony or Protectorate, should make appli- cation as follows:-

(a) If they are in the United Kingdom, to the Colonial Office.

(b) If not in the United Kingdom, to the Governor of the Colony or Protecto-

rate in which they enlisted.

  All applications under this heading will pass through the Colonial Office to the War Office; and the Army Council will arrange for the actual issue of each badge.

PROCLAMATIONS.

No. 4.

[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 Proclamations made on the 4th day of November 1914, 3rd February, 30th April, 30th July, and 29th October 1915, 2nd February, 2nd May, and 28th July and 27th October 1916 the said declaration was renewed for a period of three months from time to time:

  And Whereas by a Proclamation made on the 2nd day of February 1917 the said declaration was renewed for a period of three months from the 3rd day of February 1917:

  And Whereas the said period of three months will expire on the 3rd day of May 1917 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 1917.

  Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 2nd day of May 1917.

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By Command,

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 11, 1917.

[Extract from Enclosure 2 in Circular despatch dated 20th March, 1917.]

OTHER OVERSEA POSSESSIONS AND PROTECTORATES.

285

  Applicants belonging to any oversea forces other than those of the self-governing Dominions, including the local forces of any Colony or Protectorate, should make appli- cation as follows:-

(a) If they are in the United Kingdom, to the Colonial Office.

(b) If not in the United Kingdom, to the Governor of the Colony or Protecto-

rate in which they enlisted.

  All applications under this heading will pass through the Colonial Office to the War Office; and the Army Council will arrange for the actual issue of each badge.

PROCLAMATIONS.

No. 4.

[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 Proclamations made on the 4th day of November 1914, 3rd February, 30th April, 30th July, and 29th October 1915, 2nd February, 2nd May, and 28th July and 27th October 1916 the said declaration was renewed for a period of three months from time to time:

  And Whereas by a Proclamation made on the 2nd day of February 1917 the said declaration was renewed for a period of three months from the 3rd day of February 1917:

  And Whereas the said period of three months will expire on the 3rd day of May 1917 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 1917.

  Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 2nd day of May 1917.

1

By Command,

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 207.

   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 10th day of May,

1917.

   1. Rule 36 of the rules made by the Governor in Council under the above Ordinance is repealed and the following is substituted therefor :-----

Exportation of certain articles to Switzerland.

36. No person shall export or attempt to export to Switzerland any article specified in the schedule contained on pages 2492 to 2499, both inclusive, of the London Gazette of the 13th March, 1917.

II. The Fifth Schedule to the said rules is repealed.

  NOTE 1.-The rules made under the above Ordinance were published in the following numbers of the Guzette :-

7th January, 1916. 14th January, 1916. 21st January, 1916.

7th April, 1916. 5th May, 1916.

16th June, 1916.

23rd June, 1916.

28th July, 1916.

18th August, 1916.

1st September, 1916. 13th October, 1916. 20th October, 1916. 27th October, 1916.

1st December, 1916. 8th December, 1916. 4th May, 1917.

  The above references do not include the varions amendments of the schedule to Rule 41 (Military Stores), or the various amendments of the White Lists for China and Siam.

  NOTE 2.-Rule 36 and the Fifth Schedule, now repealed, were published in the Hongkong Gazette of the 7th April, 1916.

  NOTE 3. The new Rule 36, now made, must be read as supplementary to Rule 41 (Military Stores), which was published in the Hongkong Gazette of the 18th August, 1916, and to the various amendments of the schedule to that rule, which have been published in the following numbers of the

Gazette:

25th August, 22nd September, 1916. 29th September, 1916. 27th October, 17th November, 1916. 15th December, 1916.

1916.

19th January, 1917.

2nd March,

1917.

30th March,

1917.

1916.

27th April, 11th May,

1917.

1917.

No. 208.

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 10th day of May, 1917.

   The Schedule to Rule 41 of 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, the 16th and 23rd June, the 28th July, the 18th and 25th August, the 1st, 22nd, and 29th September, the 13th, 20th, and 27th (2) October, the 17th November, and the 1st, 8th, and 15th December, 1916, the 19th January, the 2nd and 30th March, and the 27th April, 1917, respectively, is hereby amended as follows:-

(1) The following headings are deleted :-

(B) Binder twine (except binder twine made of

Manila hemp);

Chemicals, drugs, etc:---

(c) Sodium cyanide and mixtures containing

sodium cyanide;

(B) Sodium prussiate and mixtures containing

sodium prussiate;

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 207.

   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 10th day of May,

1917.

   1. Rule 36 of the rules made by the Governor in Council under the above Ordinance is repealed and the following is substituted therefor :-----

Exportation of certain articles to Switzerland.

36. No person shall export or attempt to export to Switzerland any article specified in the schedule contained on pages 2492 to 2499, both inclusive, of the London Gazette of the 13th March, 1917.

II. The Fifth Schedule to the said rules is repealed.

  NOTE 1.-The rules made under the above Ordinance were published in the following numbers of the Guzette :-

7th January, 1916. 14th January, 1916. 21st January, 1916.

7th April, 1916. 5th May, 1916.

16th June, 1916.

23rd June, 1916.

28th July, 1916.

18th August, 1916.

1st September, 1916. 13th October, 1916. 20th October, 1916. 27th October, 1916.

1st December, 1916. 8th December, 1916. 4th May, 1917.

  The above references do not include the varions amendments of the schedule to Rule 41 (Military Stores), or the various amendments of the White Lists for China and Siam.

  NOTE 2.-Rule 36 and the Fifth Schedule, now repealed, were published in the Hongkong Gazette of the 7th April, 1916.

  NOTE 3. The new Rule 36, now made, must be read as supplementary to Rule 41 (Military Stores), which was published in the Hongkong Gazette of the 18th August, 1916, and to the various amendments of the schedule to that rule, which have been published in the following numbers of the

Gazette:

25th August, 22nd September, 1916. 29th September, 1916. 27th October, 17th November, 1916. 15th December, 1916.

1916.

19th January, 1917.

2nd March,

1917.

30th March,

1917.

1916.

27th April, 11th May,

1917.

1917.

No. 208.

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 10th day of May, 1917.

   The Schedule to Rule 41 of 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, the 16th and 23rd June, the 28th July, the 18th and 25th August, the 1st, 22nd, and 29th September, the 13th, 20th, and 27th (2) October, the 17th November, and the 1st, 8th, and 15th December, 1916, the 19th January, the 2nd and 30th March, and the 27th April, 1917, respectively, is hereby amended as follows:-

(1) The following headings are deleted :-

(B) Binder twine (except binder twine made of

Manila hemp);

Chemicals, drugs, etc:---

(c) Sodium cyanide and mixtures containing

sodium cyanide;

(B) Sodium prussiate and mixtures containing

sodium prussiate;

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(c) Cotton, raw ;

(c) Furs, and manufactures thereof;

(c) Grubbers;

(c) Handles and helves for grubbers, pickaxes,

spades and shovels ;

(B) Machinery, agricultural, other than motor ploughs and motor tractors for agricultural use;

(c) Machinery for ditching and trenching;

(c) Pickaxes;

(B) Seeds for root crops, the following:--

Carrot;

Kohl rabi ;

Mangold;

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Onion;

Swede;

Turnip;

(c) Shovels;

(c) Spades;

Woods, the following:-

(B) Ash;

(B) Beefwood;

(B) Birch;

(B) Boxwood;

(B) Cedar;

(c) Cherry, wild;

(c) Cotton;

(B) Dogwood;

(c) Ebony;

(B) Greenheart;

(c) Gum;

B) Hickory; (B) Lancewood :

(B) Lignum vitæ ;

(B) Mahogany; (c) Maple; (B) Padonk;

(c) Palm;

(c) Poplar;

(B) Quebracho;

(B) Rock elm ;

(c) Rose;

(B) Sabicu;

(B) Spruce;

(B) Teak:

(B) Walnut;

(B) Whitewood.

(2) The following headings are added:---

(B) Anvils;

(B) Binder twine;

(A) Castings, malleable, hæmatite iron ;

Chemicals, drugs, &c. :-

(B) Potassium prussiates and mixtures con-

taining potassium prussiates;

(B) Sodium prussiates and mixtures contain-

ing sodium prussiates;

(B) Sodium cyanide and mixtures containing

sodium cyanide:

(B) Cotton, raw;

(B) Furs, and manufactures thereof;

(B) Hammers;

(B) Handles and helves for grubbers, pickaxes,

spades, and shovels ;

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(B) Machinery, agricultural, including hand tools which can be used for agricultural purposes;

Metals and ores, the following:

(B) Uranium, alloys of uranium and uranium

ores;

(B) Pickaxes;

All provisions and victuals which may be used as food for man and the raw materials thereof, not otherwise prohibited, including:-

(c) Baking powder;

(c) Confectionery manufactured wholly or

partly of sugar;

(c) Malt extract;

(B) Raffia;

(B) Sealskins, untanned hair;

(B) Seeds, the following:

Carrot;

Cauliflower;

Kohl rabi ;

Mangold;

Onion;

Parsnip;

Swede; Turnip;

(B) Vices;

(B) Wood and timber of all kinds, hewn, sawn or

split, planed or dressed.

NOTE (1):-The previous rules made ander the above Ordinance which relate to the exportation of military stores were published in the Gazettes of the 18th and 25th August, 22nd and 29th September, 27th October, 17th November, and 15th December, 1916, and 19th January, 2nd and 30th March, and 27th April, 1917.

NOTE (2) :-See the London Gazette of the 13th March, 1917.

No. 209.

   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 10th day of May, 1917.

The list which was published in the Gazette of the 21st July, 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, No. 3, and which was amended by the lists published in the Gazettes of the 4th, 18th and 25th August, 1st, 15th and 22nd September, 6th, 20th and 27th October, 17th November, Sth, 15th, 22nd and 29th December, 1916, 5th, 19th and 26th January, 2nd and 23rd February, 2nd and 16th March, 5th, 20th and 27th April, and 4th May, 1917, is hereby further amended by the variation and addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto :-

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

SCHEDULE;

Additions to List.

ARGENTINA AND URUGUAY.

Argentina-Germanica de A bonos (Sociedad), Limitada,

Calle Peru 1183-1188, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Ribas, Salgado & Company, Diaz Vélez 3701, Buenos

Aires, Argentina.

Rossi, Francisco, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Sociedad Argentina-Germanica de Abonos, Limitada,

Calle Peru 1183-1188, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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(B) Machinery, agricultural, including hand tools which can be used for agricultural purposes;

Metals and ores, the following:

(B) Uranium, alloys of uranium and uranium

ores;

(B) Pickaxes;

All provisions and victuals which may be used as food for man and the raw materials thereof, not otherwise prohibited, including:-

(c) Baking powder;

(c) Confectionery manufactured wholly or

partly of sugar;

(c) Malt extract;

(B) Raffia;

(B) Sealskins, untanned hair;

(B) Seeds, the following:

Carrot;

Cauliflower;

Kohl rabi ;

Mangold;

Onion;

Parsnip;

Swede; Turnip;

(B) Vices;

(B) Wood and timber of all kinds, hewn, sawn or

split, planed or dressed.

NOTE (1):-The previous rules made ander the above Ordinance which relate to the exportation of military stores were published in the Gazettes of the 18th and 25th August, 22nd and 29th September, 27th October, 17th November, and 15th December, 1916, and 19th January, 2nd and 30th March, and 27th April, 1917.

NOTE (2) :-See the London Gazette of the 13th March, 1917.

No. 209.

   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 10th day of May, 1917.

The list which was published in the Gazette of the 21st July, 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, No. 3, and which was amended by the lists published in the Gazettes of the 4th, 18th and 25th August, 1st, 15th and 22nd September, 6th, 20th and 27th October, 17th November, Sth, 15th, 22nd and 29th December, 1916, 5th, 19th and 26th January, 2nd and 23rd February, 2nd and 16th March, 5th, 20th and 27th April, and 4th May, 1917, is hereby further amended by the variation and addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto :-

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

SCHEDULE;

Additions to List.

ARGENTINA AND URUGUAY.

Argentina-Germanica de A bonos (Sociedad), Limitada,

Calle Peru 1183-1188, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Ribas, Salgado & Company, Diaz Vélez 3701, Buenos

Aires, Argentina.

Rossi, Francisco, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Sociedad Argentina-Germanica de Abonos, Limitada,

Calle Peru 1183-1188, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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KONG

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917..

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

BOLIVIA.

Companhia Commercial Mattogrossense & Bolivia,

Limitada, Puerto Suarez & Guajará-Mirim. Köhler, E., & Company, Guajará-Mirim.

Mattogrossense & Boliviana, Companhia Commercial,

Limitada, Puerto Suarez & Guajará-Mirim. Wäntig & Muller, Cochabamba.

BRAZIL.

Casa Edison (see Figner, Friedrich).

Companhia Commercial Mattogrossense & Boliviana,

Limitada, Corumba.

Figner, Friedrich (Casa Edison), Rua Do Ouvidor 135,

Rio de Janeiro.

Mattogrosense & Boliviana, Companhia Commercial,

Limitada, Corumba.

Regis, João Deocleciano, Florianopolis. Slues, Oscar, Santos.

Zerrenner, Bülow & Company, Rua Santo Antonia 52,

Santos; & Rua de San Bento 81, Sao Paulo.

CHILE.

16 Mar., 1917.

Castillo, Anjel C., Coquimbo.

16 Mar., 1917.

Dübrock & Company, Punta Arenas.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

Foretich, Natalio, Roca 865, Punta Arenas. Grisar, Max, Valparaiso.

Heubel, Carlos E., Antofagasta. Heubel, Herbert, Antofagasta. Misol & Dübrock, Punta Arenas. Puebla, Joaquin, Antofagasta. Wiedmaier, C., Serrano 35, Valparaiso.

COLOMBIA

16 Mar., 1917. Medina, E., P.O. Box 140, Barranquilla.

ECUADOR.

16 Mar., 1917.

+

16 Mar., 1917.

Chanange, Gustavo, Guayaquil. Pimentel, Juan L., Guayaquil.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar, 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917. 16 Mar., 1917.

NETHERLANDS.

Algemeene Nederlandsche Chemische Maatschappy,

N.V., Kuiperstraat 48/50, Amsterdam. Borleffs & Company, Haagscheveer 16, Rotterdam. Daarnhouwer & Company, Raadhuisstraat 46, Amster-

dam.

Goudsmit, Leo, Heerengracht 109, Amsterdam. Groenendijk & Garschagen, Koningsplein 1, Amster-

dam.

Heidebroek, Hermann, & Company, Boompjes 401,

Rotterdam.

Jordan, L. (Maison Chic), Kalverstraat 117, Amsterdam. Metz, Heinrich, Groote Draaisteeg 4, Rotterdam. Vries, J. & N. A. de, Stationsweg 43, Rotterdam.

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

13 Apr., 1917. Pistorius, K., alias Pistoreks, Sourabaya.

289

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16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

NORWAY.

Braastad & Company, Toldbodgt. 35, Christiania. City Magazin, A./S., Kirkegt. 30, Christiania. Fiskaa Nitrate Works, Christiansand. Henie, Wilhelm, Prinsensgt. 13, Christiania. Johannesen, B. H., A. S., Kirkegade 8 & Storg. 2,

Christiania.

Lorentzen, W. P., Toldbodgaten 4, Christiania. Nordiske Grube Kompagni, A. S., Kjøbmandsgt. 16,

Trondhjem; & Meløvar i Senjen.

SPAIN.

Bayer, Federico, & Company, Calle Ausias March

14-18, & Calle Bruch 18, Barcelona.

Bosch, (see Oliver y Bosch, Juan).

Capmany, Juan, Port Bou.

Gerdtzen, Otto, Calle de Utziaz 16, Vigo; & Gijon. Haya, Antonio, Calle Alfonso XII 32, Seville. Hispano Alemana de Transportes Internacionales,

Sociedad, Barcelona.

Industria Electrica, La, Calle Banquillo 28, Madrid;

& Barcelona.

Meyerhof Hermanos y Thomson y Cia., Bruch 19 &

Calabria 263, Barcelona.

Morata, Antonio Visconti, (see Visconti Morata,

Antonio).

16 Mar., 1917. Morin, Jules, Paséo Gracia 61, Calle Ausias March

14-18 & Calle Lauria 108, Barcelona.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

Oliver y Bosch, Juan, Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Rubio, Juan, Malaga.

Stierlen, Ernesto, Pascual y Genis 26, Valencia. Visconti Morata, Antonio, Plaza Constitucion 14 &

15, Alicanti.

Wolf, Rudolf, Calle Alcalá 52, Madrid.

SWEDEN.

16 Mar., 1917. Lindegren & Rae, A. B., Bredgr. 2, Stockholm.

16 Mar., 1917.

VENEZUELA.

Amado, Joaquin, Maracaibo.

Belloso Rossel Hermanos, Maracaibo. Bozo, Audio, & Company, Maracaibo. Garcia, C. M., Maracaibo.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

Vargas, T. Enrique, Maracaibo.

Pulgar, J. A. é Hijo, Maracaibo. Quintero, Ciro, Maracaibo.

2

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

Removals from the List.

ARGENTINA.

Borowsky & Company, Calle Sgto. Cabral 172,

Rosario, Argentina.

Müller (or Miller), Frederico, Livestock Importer,

Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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BRAZIL,

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

Cardoso, Victor Mattos, Para. Oliva, J., Sao Paulo.

NORWAY.

16 Mar., 1917. Jacobsen & Braastad, Toldbodgt. 35, Christiania; &

Aalesund (see Braastad & Company).

16 Mar., 1917. Olsen, Kornelius (Smörfabrikken

16 Mar., 1917. 16 Mar., 1917.

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"Victoria "),

Bredgt. 10, & Jorenholmsg. 14, Stavanger. Victoria" Smörfabrikken (see Kornelius Olsen). Walther's (Henrik) Farvehandel, Gronlandsleret 46 &

53, Christiania.

SWEDEN.

16 Mar., 1917.

16 Mar., 1917.

Andersson, S. August, Skeppsbron 3, Malmö. Henriksson, Axel, Brunkebergstorg 15, Stockholm.

Variations in List.

Corrections in the names and alterations in and additions to addresses of the persons or firms whose names were published in the United Kingdom on the respective dates shown in the margin are made as under :-

CHILE.

8 Dec., 1916. Samhaber, Augusto, Valparaiso; & Casilla 619, Calle

Merced 720, Santiago.

DENMARK.

19 Jan., 1917. Phonix Agentur (or Phonix Company) Vestervoldgade 11, Copenhagen (no connection with Phonix A./S., Godthaabsvej 88).

10 Nov., 1916.

8 Dec., 1916.

2 Feb., 1917.

18 July, 1916.

10 Nov., 1916.

10 Nov., 1916.

22 Dec., 1916.

22 Dec., 1916.

9 May, 1916. 18 July, 1916.

JAPAN.

Erneko, K., (K. Ernecke), 126 Yamate-Cho, Yoko-

hama.

Griebel, P., (P. Greeble), 40, Kobe and P. O. Bɔɔ̃ 226,

Kobe.

Habu & Company, 82 Sakaemachi, 1, Chome, Kobe. Imada, Takehiro (Imada & Company), 39 Akashi-

machi, Kobe.

Kimura, K., Shimo-Osaki, Tokyo; 4 Honkawaya-cho,

Nihonbashi Tokyo; & 81 Kyo-machi, Kobe. Kimura Shoten, Shimo-Osaki, Tokyo; 4 Honkawaya-

cho, Nihonbashi Tokyo; & 81 Kyo-machi, Kobe. Kojiro Yayama, Shimo Yamate-dori, 2, Chome, Kobe.

should read

Yayama Shoten, Ikutamaye, & 50, Shimo-Yamate-dori,

1, Chome, Kobe.

Liesecke, J., 80, Kyo-machi & 17, Harima-machi, Kobe. Nakamura Yushutsuten (Nichidoku Shoten),

Sannomiya-cho, Itchome, Kobe.

NETHERLANDS.

7 Apr., 1916. Fischer, Leon, Belvedereweg 11, Scheveningen.

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291

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NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

16 Feb., 1917. Vrijberghe de Coningh, A. J., Sourabaya.

NORWAY.

2 Mar., 1917. Trosvik Reparationsslip & Kulforretning

should read

Trosvik Slip & Verksted.

VENEZUELA.

22 Dec., 1916.

Quinters, Carracciolo, Santa Ana,

should read

22 Dec., 1916.

Quintero Santana, Caracciolo, San Cristobal.

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

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

10th May, 1917.

*NOTE (1).--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 Persia, Morocco or Portuguese East Africa, and consequently it is an offence to trade with any person or body of persons of enemy nationality resident or carrying on business in Persia, 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 license to trade with such person or body of persons.

 NOTE (2).-Where a firm named in the list has more than one branch in the same country, all branches in that country are held to be included in the list even in cases where nɔ address, or of several addresses, one only is specifically mentioned.

 NOTE (3).-The above additions and removals were made in the United Kingdom on the dates which appear opposite to the respective names.

 NOTE (4). With reference to Note (4) to Notification No. 161, published in the Gazette of the 20th April, 1917, and to the Notes therein mentioned, the name of Harada Kakujiro, Kobe, was removed in the United Kingdom on the 16th March, 1917.

 NOTE (5).-A consolidating statutory list, complete to the 5th April, 1917, may be obtained from the Government Printers, Messrs. Noronha & Co., No. 14A, Des Voeux Road Central.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 210. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. ARTHUR GEORGE MURCHISON FLETCHER to act as Colonial Secretary, and Mr. JAMES ARTHUR EDWARD BULLOCK to act as Clerk of Councils, during the absence on leave of the Honourable Mr. CLAUD SEVERN, C.M.G., or until further notice, with effect from the 10th May, 1917. .

10th May, 1917.

No. 211. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint, provisionally and subject to His Majesty's pleasure, Mr. ROBERT GORDON SHEWAN to be an Unofficial Member of the Legislative Council during the absence on leave of the Honourable Mr. EDWARD SHELLIM or until further notice, with effect from this date.

11th May, 1917.

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NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

16 Feb., 1917. Vrijberghe de Coningh, A. J., Sourabaya.

NORWAY.

2 Mar., 1917. Trosvik Reparationsslip & Kulforretning

should read

Trosvik Slip & Verksted.

VENEZUELA.

22 Dec., 1916.

Quinters, Carracciolo, Santa Ana,

should read

22 Dec., 1916.

Quintero Santana, Caracciolo, San Cristobal.

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

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

10th May, 1917.

*NOTE (1).--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 Persia, Morocco or Portuguese East Africa, and consequently it is an offence to trade with any person or body of persons of enemy nationality resident or carrying on business in Persia, 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 license to trade with such person or body of persons.

 NOTE (2).-Where a firm named in the list has more than one branch in the same country, all branches in that country are held to be included in the list even in cases where nɔ address, or of several addresses, one only is specifically mentioned.

 NOTE (3).-The above additions and removals were made in the United Kingdom on the dates which appear opposite to the respective names.

 NOTE (4). With reference to Note (4) to Notification No. 161, published in the Gazette of the 20th April, 1917, and to the Notes therein mentioned, the name of Harada Kakujiro, Kobe, was removed in the United Kingdom on the 16th March, 1917.

 NOTE (5).-A consolidating statutory list, complete to the 5th April, 1917, may be obtained from the Government Printers, Messrs. Noronha & Co., No. 14A, Des Voeux Road Central.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 210. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. ARTHUR GEORGE MURCHISON FLETCHER to act as Colonial Secretary, and Mr. JAMES ARTHUR EDWARD BULLOCK to act as Clerk of Councils, during the absence on leave of the Honourable Mr. CLAUD SEVERN, C.M.G., or until further notice, with effect from the 10th May, 1917. .

10th May, 1917.

No. 211. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint, provisionally and subject to His Majesty's pleasure, Mr. ROBERT GORDON SHEWAN to be an Unofficial Member of the Legislative Council during the absence on leave of the Honourable Mr. EDWARD SHELLIM or until further notice, with effect from this date.

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NOTICES.

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COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 212. The following Order of His Majesty in Council which appeared in the London Gazette of the 21st February, 1917, is published for general information.

AT THE COURT AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE,

THE 16TH DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1917.

PRESENT,

THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY IN COUNCIL.

HEREAS by an Order in Council dated the 11th day of March, 1915, His Majesty was pleased to direct certain measures to be taken against the commerce of the

enemy:

  And whereas the German Government has now issued a memorandum declaring that from the 1st February, 1917, all sea traffic will be prevented in certain zones therein described adjacent to Great Britain and France and Italy, and that neutral ships will navigate the said zones at their own risk :

And whereas similar directions have been given by other enemy Powers:

And whereas the orders embodied in the said memorandum are in flagrant contradic- tion with the rules of international law, the dictates of humanity, and the treaty obliga- tions of the enemy:

And whereas such proceedings on the part of the enemy render it necessary for His Majesty to adopt further measures in order to maintain the efficiency of those previously taken to prevent commodities of any kind from reaching or leaving the enemy countries, and for this purpose to subject to capture and condemnation vessels carrying goods with an enemy destination or of enemy origin unless they afford unto the forces of His Majesty and His Allies ample opportunities of examining their cargoes, and also to subject such goods to condemnation :

His Majesty is therefore pleased, by and with the advice of His Privy Council, to order, and it is hereby ordered, that the following directions shall be observed in respect of all vessels which sail from their port of departure after the date of this Order :-

1. A vessel which is encountered at sea on her way to or from a port in any neutral country affording means of access to the enemy territory without calling at a port in British or Allied territory shall, until the contrary is established, be deemed to be carry- ing goods with an enemy destination, or of enemy origin, and shall be brought in for examination, and, if necessary, for adjudication before the Prize Court.

2. Any vessel carrying goods with an enemy destination, or of enemy origin, shall be liable to capture and condemnation in respect of the carriage of such goods; provided that, in the case of any vessel which calls at an appointed British or Allied port for the examination of her cargo, no sentence of condemnation shall be pronounced in respect only of the carriage of goods of enemy origin or destination, and no such presumption as is laid down in Article 1 shall arise.

3. Goods which are found on the examination of any vessel to be goods of enemy origin or of enemy destination shall be liable to condemnation.

4. Nothing in this Order shall be deemed to affect the liability of any vessel or goods to capture or condemnation independently of this Order.

5. This Order is supplemental to the Orders in Council of the 11th day of March, 1915, and the 10th day of January, 1917, for restricting the commerce of the enemy.

ALMERIC FITZROY.

NOTE.The Order in Council of the 11th March, 1915, was published in the Hongkong Gazette of the 18th June, 1915, and the Order in Council of the 10th January, 1917, in the Hongkong Gazette of the 13th April, 1917.

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No. 213.

Regulations made by His Excellency the Governor relating to the Control of the Harbours, Ports, and Territorial Waters of the Colony and the Movements of Vessals.

Port Regulations (No. 2).

   In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-clause 1 (A) of clause III of the Order of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria in Council dated the 26th day of October, 1896, as enacted by the Order of His Majesty in Council dated the 21st day of March, 1916, which were brought into operation in the Colony by Proclamations dated the 5th day of August, 1914, and the 12th day of May, 1916, respectively, His Excellency the Governor is pleased to make the following regulations:----

Wireless telegraphy.

1.-(1.) The use of wireless telegraphy of any description whatsoever is prohibited.

(2.) Vessels fitted with wireless telegraph apparatus shall lower their aerial wires on arrival within the waters of the Colony and shall disconnect their aerial wires from the halliards and from the operating room, except in the case referred to in paragraph (3) of this regulation.

(3.) If a master switch is fitted in the captain's cabin, upon arrival within the waters of the Colony the aerial wires shall be disconnected at the "leading in" insulators and shall be carried to earth near the same, and all head liste- ners shall be locked up in the captain's cabin. Upon the arrival of an examina- tion officer the master switch shall be sealed up under the direction of the examination officer.

(4.) If there is no master switch in the captain's cabin, the wireless telegraph house shall be locked and sealed under the direction of the examina- tion officer.

(5.) No seal placed in accordance with the provisions of this regulation shall be removed without the permission of an examination officer.

Examination 2. (1.) Unless otherwise directed by an examination officer, all vessels anchorages. intending to enter the Port shall proceed to one of the examination anchorages and there anchor, and unless otherwise directed by an examination officer no vessel shall enter the Port unless it has been passed through an examination anchorage.

Vessels leaving the Port.

(2.) Except with the permission of an examination officer, no person shall board or leave any vessel, no boat shall be lowered from any vessel, and no communication whatsoever by signals or otherwise shall be held with the shore or with any other vessel from any vessel, which is either proceeding to an examination anchorage or is in an examination anchorage.

(3.) Except with the permission of an examination officer, no vessel shall work cables or be moved after it has anchored in the examination anchorage, unless compelled by stress of weather or other circumstances imperilling the safety of the vessel.

(4.) The examination anchorages shall be the areas notified from time to time in the Gazette in that behalf.

3. (1.) No junk shall leave the Port except under the authority of a written permit from the Harbour Office, which shall be valid only as specified therein.

(2.) Native sailing or rowing boats leaving the Port shall close the examina- tion vessel for inspection.

(3.) No other vessel shall leave the Port except under the authority of a written pass, signed by the Officer in charge of the Examination Service, which shall be valid only as specified therein.

(4.) Every vessel shall stop when called upon to do so by any examination officer or by any examination battery, and every vessel shall comply with any other direction given by an examination officer.

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4.-(1.) If the examination vessels are withdrawn on account of bad weather, river steamers arriving at the Western entrance and wishing to enter the Port shall hoist the international signal P.D., "Permission is urgently requested to enter harbour". This signal will be acknowledged by the examination battery at Stonecutters hoisting the international answering pendant. Upon the examin- ation battery at Stonecutters hoisting the international signal T.X.A., "Proceed into harbour", the incoming vessel shall proceed West of Stonecutters and shall anchor North of that island to the Eastward of a line joining the West point of Stonecutters and the Torpedo Pier at Lai Chi Kok.

(2.) While anchored in the above mentioned position no such vessel shall hold any communication whatsoever with the shore or with any other vessel.

(3.) Upon the weather moderating every such vessel which is so anchored shall proceed West of Stonecutters to the examination anchorage, and shall remain there until it has been examined and passed into Port in the usual

manner.

5. (1.) These regulations may be cited as the Port Regulations (No. 2), construction. and shall be read and construed as one with the Port Regulations, 1917, as amended by Notification No. 180 published in the Gazette of the 27th April,

1917.

(2.) These regulations and the said regulations may be cited together as the Port Regulations.

No. 214.

Regulations made by His Excellency the Governor for the maintenance of discipline on board vessels employed by the Naval or Military Authorities.

TRANSPORTS DISCIPLINE REGULATIONS, 1917, (No. 3).

   In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-clause 1 (a) of clause III of the Order of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria in Council dated the 26th day of October, 1896, as enacted by the Order of His Majesty in Council dated the 21st day of March, 1916, which were brought into operation in the Colony by Proclamations dated the 5th day of August, 1914, and the 12th day of May, 1916, respectively, His Excellency the Governor is pleased to make the following regulations:--

Repeal of

       1. Regulation 1 of the Transports Discipline Regulations, 1917, is repealed Regulation and the following regulation is substituted therefor :----

1 of the

Transports Discipline Regulations,

1917, and substitution

of a new regulation.

Neglecting 1.(1.) If a person lawfully engaged to serve on board any ship to join ship, or vessel belonging to or chartered, hired, or requisitioned by the or joining Admiralty or Army Council:----

deserting,

in state of drunkenness.

(a) neglects or refuses without reasonable cause to join his ship or vessel, or to proceed to sea in his ship or vessel, or deserts or is absent without leave from his ship or vessel or from his duty at any time; or

(b) joins his ship or vessel, or is whilst on board his ship or vessel, in a state of drunkenness so that the performance of his duties or the navigation of his ship or vessel is there- by impeded;

he shall be guilty of an offence against these regulations; and the master, mate, or owner of the ship or vessel, or his agent, or any naval or military officer, or any superintendent as defined by the Merchant Shipping Acts, 1894 to 1914, may, with or without the assistance of any police constable, convey on board his ship or vessel any seaman whom he has reason to believe to be guilty of an offence under paragraph (a) of this regulation, and police constables are hereby directed to give assistance if required.

(2.) The exercise of the powers conferred by this regulation shall not be subject to the restrictions imposed by the Merchant Shipping Acts, 1894 to 1914, on the exercise of any similar powers conferred

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4.-(1.) If the examination vessels are withdrawn on account of bad weather, river steamers arriving at the Western entrance and wishing to enter the Port shall hoist the international signal P.D., "Permission is urgently requested to enter harbour". This signal will be acknowledged by the examination battery at Stonecutters hoisting the international answering pendant. Upon the examin- ation battery at Stonecutters hoisting the international signal T.X.A., "Proceed into harbour", the incoming vessel shall proceed West of Stonecutters and shall anchor North of that island to the Eastward of a line joining the West point of Stonecutters and the Torpedo Pier at Lai Chi Kok.

(2.) While anchored in the above mentioned position no such vessel shall hold any communication whatsoever with the shore or with any other vessel.

(3.) Upon the weather moderating every such vessel which is so anchored shall proceed West of Stonecutters to the examination anchorage, and shall remain there until it has been examined and passed into Port in the usual

manner.

5. (1.) These regulations may be cited as the Port Regulations (No. 2), construction. and shall be read and construed as one with the Port Regulations, 1917, as amended by Notification No. 180 published in the Gazette of the 27th April,

1917.

(2.) These regulations and the said regulations may be cited together as the Port Regulations.

No. 214.

Regulations made by His Excellency the Governor for the maintenance of discipline on board vessels employed by the Naval or Military Authorities.

TRANSPORTS DISCIPLINE REGULATIONS, 1917, (No. 3).

   In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-clause 1 (a) of clause III of the Order of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria in Council dated the 26th day of October, 1896, as enacted by the Order of His Majesty in Council dated the 21st day of March, 1916, which were brought into operation in the Colony by Proclamations dated the 5th day of August, 1914, and the 12th day of May, 1916, respectively, His Excellency the Governor is pleased to make the following regulations:--

Repeal of

       1. Regulation 1 of the Transports Discipline Regulations, 1917, is repealed Regulation and the following regulation is substituted therefor :----

1 of the

Transports Discipline Regulations,

1917, and substitution

of a new regulation.

Neglecting 1.(1.) If a person lawfully engaged to serve on board any ship to join ship, or vessel belonging to or chartered, hired, or requisitioned by the or joining Admiralty or Army Council:----

deserting,

in state of drunkenness.

(a) neglects or refuses without reasonable cause to join his ship or vessel, or to proceed to sea in his ship or vessel, or deserts or is absent without leave from his ship or vessel or from his duty at any time; or

(b) joins his ship or vessel, or is whilst on board his ship or vessel, in a state of drunkenness so that the performance of his duties or the navigation of his ship or vessel is there- by impeded;

he shall be guilty of an offence against these regulations; and the master, mate, or owner of the ship or vessel, or his agent, or any naval or military officer, or any superintendent as defined by the Merchant Shipping Acts, 1894 to 1914, may, with or without the assistance of any police constable, convey on board his ship or vessel any seaman whom he has reason to believe to be guilty of an offence under paragraph (a) of this regulation, and police constables are hereby directed to give assistance if required.

(2.) The exercise of the powers conferred by this regulation shall not be subject to the restrictions imposed by the Merchant Shipping Acts, 1894 to 1914, on the exercise of any similar powers conferred

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by those Acts, and for the purposes of this regulation a copy of any entry made in an official log book in manner provided by the Merchant Shipping Act, 1894, shall, if it purports to be signed and certified as a true copy or extract by the officer in whose custody the original log book is entrusted, be admissible in evidence.

(3.) No person acting in pursuance of the powers aforesaid shall be liable to any penalty or to any action for damages in respect of his so acting.

2. These Regulations may be cited as the Transports Discipline Regula- tions, 1917, (No. 3), and shall be read and construed as one with the Transports Discipline Regulations, 1917, and with the Transports Discipline Regulations, 1917, (No. 2).

NOTE: The Transports Discipline Regulations, 1917, were published in the Gazette of the 19th January, 1917, and the Transports Discipline Regulations, 1917, (No. 2), were published in the Gazette of the 9th March, 1917.

No. 215. The following additional list of firms which are being wound up under the Trading with the Enemy Amendment Act, 1916, is published for general informa- tion. The previous lists appeared in the Gazettes of the 20th April, 5th, 19th, and 26th May, 9th, 23rd, and 30th June, 7th and 28th July, 4th, 11th, and 25th August, 15th, 22nd, and 29th September, 6th, 20th and 27th October, 17th November, 15th and 29th December, 1916, 12th, 19th, and 26th January, 16th and 23rd February, 2nd and 30th March, 27th April, and 4th May, 1917.

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Orders have been made by the Board of Trade requiring the undermentioned busi- nesses to be wound up :

420. The Mersey Chemical Works Limited, Alderman's House, Bishopsgate, London, E.C., Manufacture of Dyes and other Chemicals. Controller: William Edward Mounsey, 3, Lord Street, Liverpool. 9 March, 1917. 421. E. T. Bennett & Co. Limited, 3, Dorset Buildings, Salisbury Square, Lon- don, E.C., Fancy Card Manufacturers. Controller: J. E. Percival, 6, Old Jewry, London, E.C. 10 March, 1917.

422. Meirowsky & Co., Carriage Street, Old Trafford, Manchester, Electrical Insulation Manufacturers. Controller: Gerald Henry Warmington, 33, St. Swithin's Lane, London, E.C. 12 March, 1917.

423. Koch Brothers, 93, Aldersgate Street, London, E.C., Furriers. Controller: Stephen Pagden Child, 36 and 37, Queen Street, Cheapside, London, E.C. 14 March, 1917.

424. Progress Machine Co., Limited, 17, Cannon Street, Accrington, Manchester, Textile Machinery Merchants. Controller: F. Womersley, 77, King Street, Manchester. 12 March, 1917.

425. Wuchner and Müller, 17, Cannon Street, Accrington, Manchester, Textile Machinery Merchants. Controller: F. Womersley, 77, King Street, Manchester. 12 March, 1917.

427. Hermann A. Koch, 33, Frederick Street, Birmingham, Dealer in Precious Stones. Controller: Arthur Samuel Cully, 191, Corporation Street, Birmingham. 16 March, 1917.

428. F. A. Berres, carrying on business under the style of Peter Nicolay, at 20 Harp Lane, London, E.C., Wine Merchant. Controller: Ernest Norton, 3, Crosby Square, London, E.C. 16 March, 1917.

NOTE (1).-See the London Gazettes of the 13th, 16th and 20th March, 1917.

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by those Acts, and for the purposes of this regulation a copy of any entry made in an official log book in manner provided by the Merchant Shipping Act, 1894, shall, if it purports to be signed and certified as a true copy or extract by the officer in whose custody the original log book is entrusted, be admissible in evidence.

(3.) No person acting in pursuance of the powers aforesaid shall be liable to any penalty or to any action for damages in respect of his so acting.

2. These Regulations may be cited as the Transports Discipline Regula- tions, 1917, (No. 3), and shall be read and construed as one with the Transports Discipline Regulations, 1917, and with the Transports Discipline Regulations, 1917, (No. 2).

NOTE: The Transports Discipline Regulations, 1917, were published in the Gazette of the 19th January, 1917, and the Transports Discipline Regulations, 1917, (No. 2), were published in the Gazette of the 9th March, 1917.

No. 215. The following additional list of firms which are being wound up under the Trading with the Enemy Amendment Act, 1916, is published for general informa- tion. The previous lists appeared in the Gazettes of the 20th April, 5th, 19th, and 26th May, 9th, 23rd, and 30th June, 7th and 28th July, 4th, 11th, and 25th August, 15th, 22nd, and 29th September, 6th, 20th and 27th October, 17th November, 15th and 29th December, 1916, 12th, 19th, and 26th January, 16th and 23rd February, 2nd and 30th March, 27th April, and 4th May, 1917.

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Orders have been made by the Board of Trade requiring the undermentioned busi- nesses to be wound up :

420. The Mersey Chemical Works Limited, Alderman's House, Bishopsgate, London, E.C., Manufacture of Dyes and other Chemicals. Controller: William Edward Mounsey, 3, Lord Street, Liverpool. 9 March, 1917. 421. E. T. Bennett & Co. Limited, 3, Dorset Buildings, Salisbury Square, Lon- don, E.C., Fancy Card Manufacturers. Controller: J. E. Percival, 6, Old Jewry, London, E.C. 10 March, 1917.

422. Meirowsky & Co., Carriage Street, Old Trafford, Manchester, Electrical Insulation Manufacturers. Controller: Gerald Henry Warmington, 33, St. Swithin's Lane, London, E.C. 12 March, 1917.

423. Koch Brothers, 93, Aldersgate Street, London, E.C., Furriers. Controller: Stephen Pagden Child, 36 and 37, Queen Street, Cheapside, London, E.C. 14 March, 1917.

424. Progress Machine Co., Limited, 17, Cannon Street, Accrington, Manchester, Textile Machinery Merchants. Controller: F. Womersley, 77, King Street, Manchester. 12 March, 1917.

425. Wuchner and Müller, 17, Cannon Street, Accrington, Manchester, Textile Machinery Merchants. Controller: F. Womersley, 77, King Street, Manchester. 12 March, 1917.

427. Hermann A. Koch, 33, Frederick Street, Birmingham, Dealer in Precious Stones. Controller: Arthur Samuel Cully, 191, Corporation Street, Birmingham. 16 March, 1917.

428. F. A. Berres, carrying on business under the style of Peter Nicolay, at 20 Harp Lane, London, E.C., Wine Merchant. Controller: Ernest Norton, 3, Crosby Square, London, E.C. 16 March, 1917.

NOTE (1).-See the London Gazettes of the 13th, 16th and 20th March, 1917.

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  No. 216. It is hereby notified that the Regulations published in the Government Gazette of the 13th April, 1917, have been rescinded and the following regulation substi- tuted therefor :-

Women and children may not travel through the danger zones except by permis- sion of the Governor which will not be given except in cases of great urgency.

  This regulation does not apply to women and children of other than British nationality who travel by other than British ships.

  No. 217. The following regulations relating to persons entering or leaving Australia are published for general information :--

Passport means a passport issued or renewed not more than two years previously by, or on behalf of, the Government of the country of which the person to whom it relates is a subject or citizen, which contains a personal description sufficient to identify that person, to which is attached a photograph of that person, and which is still in force; and, in the case of a British subject, includes a certificate of nationality, issued by a British Consul or other Officer authorised to issue such certificates, which contains a personal description sufficient to identify the person to whom it relates, to which is attached a photograph of that person, and which is still in force.

British subjects abroad who are unable to obtain passports will be permitted to land on production of a certificate of nationality. All passports and certificates of nationality issued at inland places must be visaed at the port of embarkation.

11th May, 1917.

A. G. M. FLETCHER, Colonial Secretary.

SUPREME COURT.

  No. 218. It is hereby notified that the name of the following Company has been struck off the Register:-

9th May, 1917.

THE SIN WAN PAO, LIMITED.

HUGH A. NISBET,

Registrar of Companies.

LAND OFFICE.

  No. 219. It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Government on the whole of Marine Lot No. 64a has been registered accord- ing to law.

11th May, 1917.

P. JACKS,

Land Officer.

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 220. 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. 185 of 1917, under the following heading :---

Miscellaneous.

The Constitutional Reform Association of Hongkong.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

10th May, 1917.

No. 221.

Order made by the Governor in Council under Section 5 (a) of the Registration of Persons Ordinance, 1916, Ordinance No. 6 of 1916, this 17th day of May, 1917.

The First Schedule to the Registration of Persons Ordinance, 1916, is hereby repealed and the following schedule is substituted therefor:

First Schedule.

(1.) Members of His Majesty's Regular Naval or Military forces.

(2.) Consular Officers of Foreign States.

[s. 2.]

(3.) The wives and daughters of persons included in the two classes specified

above so long as such persons are resident in the Colony.

(4.) Persons of Chinese Race.

(5.) Persons not exceeding 18 years of age.

NOTE. Any person who has already registered prior to the making of this order will not be required

to re-register.

No. 222.

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 17th day of May, 1917.

The list which was published in the Gazette of the 21st July, 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, No. 3, and which was amended by the lists published in the Gazettes of the 4th, 18th and 25th August, 1st, 15th and 22nd September, 6th, 20th and 27th October, 17th November, 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th December, 1916, 5th, 19th and 26th January, 2nd and 23rd February, 2nd and 16th March, 5th, 20th and 27th April, and 4th and 11th May, 1917, is hereby further amended as follows:---

SCHEDULE.

Removals from List.

11 May, 1917. All persons and bodies of persons in Japan.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

17th May, 1917.

E. BULLOCK,

Clerk of Councils.

NOTE (1).--The above removals were made in the United Kingdom on the 11th May, 1917. NOTE (2)-A consolidating statutory list, complete to the 5th April, 1917, may be obtained from

the Government Printers, Messrs. Noronha & Co., No. 14A, Des Voeux Road Central.

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No. 223. His Excellency the Governor has, under instructions from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, been pleased to appoint Mr. ERNEST ROADLEY DOVEY to be Analyst, Medical Department, with effect from the 1st January, 1917.

18th May, 1917.

No. 224. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. THOMAS WILLIAM AINSWORTH to act as Secretary to the Sanitary Board, with effect from the 19th instant and until further notice.

18th May, 1917.

NOTICES.

No. 225.

CORRECTION.

Note 2 to Notification No. 207, published in the Gazette of the 11th May, 1917, should read as follows:

"Note 2.--Rule 36 was published in the Gazette of the 1st December, 1916."

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 226.-It is hereby notified for general information that by a proclamation issued on the 10th May, 1917, the importation of the following articles into the United Kingdom was prohibited:

Gum copal.

Gum kauri.

Manufactures of rubber.

Wild animals.

The proclamation will be gazetted when it is received.

Notification No. 169, published in the Gazette of the 27th April, 1917, contains references to the various proclamations which have been issued prohibiting importation. into the United Kingdom.

No. 227. The following correspondence is published, by command. Any enqui- ries in connection with it should be addressed to the Director of Public Works, from whom forms of application may be obtained.

18th May, 1917.

CIRCULAR.

A. G. M. FLETCHER, Colonial Secretary.

DOWNING STREET,

25th January, 1917.

   SIR, I have the honour to inform you that the Minister of Munitions has had under consideration the procedure which should be adopted in the case of orders from Colonies not possessing Responsible Government and Protectorates for the supply from the United Kingdom of machinery and other materials (such as steel, tin-plates, copper wire, etc.) for which there is a demand for war purposes.

The Officer Administering the Government of

HONGKONG.

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No. 223. His Excellency the Governor has, under instructions from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, been pleased to appoint Mr. ERNEST ROADLEY DOVEY to be Analyst, Medical Department, with effect from the 1st January, 1917.

18th May, 1917.

No. 224. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. THOMAS WILLIAM AINSWORTH to act as Secretary to the Sanitary Board, with effect from the 19th instant and until further notice.

18th May, 1917.

NOTICES.

No. 225.

CORRECTION.

Note 2 to Notification No. 207, published in the Gazette of the 11th May, 1917, should read as follows:

"Note 2.--Rule 36 was published in the Gazette of the 1st December, 1916."

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 226.-It is hereby notified for general information that by a proclamation issued on the 10th May, 1917, the importation of the following articles into the United Kingdom was prohibited:

Gum copal.

Gum kauri.

Manufactures of rubber.

Wild animals.

The proclamation will be gazetted when it is received.

Notification No. 169, published in the Gazette of the 27th April, 1917, contains references to the various proclamations which have been issued prohibiting importation. into the United Kingdom.

No. 227. The following correspondence is published, by command. Any enqui- ries in connection with it should be addressed to the Director of Public Works, from whom forms of application may be obtained.

18th May, 1917.

CIRCULAR.

A. G. M. FLETCHER, Colonial Secretary.

DOWNING STREET,

25th January, 1917.

   SIR, I have the honour to inform you that the Minister of Munitions has had under consideration the procedure which should be adopted in the case of orders from Colonies not possessing Responsible Government and Protectorates for the supply from the United Kingdom of machinery and other materials (such as steel, tin-plates, copper wire, etc.) for which there is a demand for war purposes.

The Officer Administering the Government of

HONGKONG.

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   2. The position is that these materials cannot be supplied, either for home use or for exportation, without a certificate from the Ministry of Munitions, and that licences for their exportation will not be granted by the War Trade Department unless such a certificate is produced. It is, however, difficult for the Minister of Munitions in many cases to decide whether such a certificate should be granted for an order from one of His Majesty's oversea possessions without fuller knowledge than he possesses as to the urgency of the demand in the Colony or Protectorate for the material in question and the possibility of meeting the demand from other sources (e.g., from local stocks or coun- tries other than the United Kingdom, or by the use of substitutes), and he therefore wishes that a procedure should be adopted by which all such orders from Colonies and Protectorates could in the first instance be examined locally.

   3. You should, therefore, as soon as possible appoint a Committee, or (if the number of such orders is likely to be inconsiderable or other difficulties exist) some officer, to whom all persons having orders for the materials in question to be supplied from the United Kingdom would in the first instance make application. The application would be made on a standard form, which is being prepared, and copies of which will be for- warded as soon as possible. The Committee or officer would examine the application from the points of view mentioned in the preceding paragraph and would furnish their advice by an endorsement upon the form of application. The form would then be returned to the applicant, who would forward it to the intending supplier of the material in the United Kingdom, and the supplier would apply for the necessary certificate to the Ministry of Munitions, with whom the decision would rest. In the event of any applica- tion being received by the Ministry of Munitions unaccompanied by the recommendation of the local authority, the applicant would be informed that no action would be taken until he had obtained the recommendation of that authority.

   4. In the event of a Committee, not an individual officer, being appointed it would be advisable that it should contain representatives of the trading community, and it would also be advantageous if it contained one or more of the engineering officers of your Government.

5. This procedure would not apply to materials actually required by Colonial Govern- ments. In such cases the Crown Agents for the Colonies would support the application to the Ministry of Munitions and no recommendation from the local authority would be required.

   6. Detailed memoranda explaining the principles on which applications should-be dealt with by the local authority are in course of preparation, as well as a list specifying the exact materials to which the arrangements will apply.

   7. I shall be glad if you will inform me by telegraph what authority you have appointed for this purpose, in order that the necessary announcement may be made in this country, and if you will at the same time state how many copies of the form of application referred to in paragraph 3 and the memoranda mentioned in paragraph 6 should be supplied for the use of that authority.

I have, &c.,

WALTER H. LONG,

Telegram from the Governor, Hongkong, to the Secretary of State for the Colonies, dated 3rd April, 1917.

   Your circular despatch of 25th January. Director of Public Works appointed Muni- tions Priority Authority.

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4. I take this opportunity to state that the Minister of Munitions is anxious that merchants and the general public in British oversea possessions will co-operate with him by (a) endeavouring to do without such supplies as need priority, and (b) realizing that priority is only refused with great reluctance in order to conserve the maximum supplies for hastening the Allied victory and a satisfactory peace. I shall be glad if you will give publicity to this request.

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MINISTRY OF MUNITIONS OF WAR.

PRIORITY,

1, CAXTON STREET,

WESTMINSTER, S.W.,

23rd January, 1917.

I am directed by the Minister of Munitions to refer to the Conference held on 7th December, 1916, with respect to the setting up of a Local Priority Authority in the British Dominions and Dependencies.

Some of the proposed Local Authorities have already been constituted, and im- mediately the necessary particulars as to the persons to whom, and the addresses to which applications should be made, are to hand, the Minister will announce publicly, and cause instructions to be issued that no applications for Priority Permits will henceforth be considered, except upon the receipt of the proper forms duly countersigned by the proper person, or persons. It is assumed that a similar announcement will be made in each Dominion or Dependency.

   It was agreed at the Conference that a uniform form of application should be used, and copies of the form that would be convenient to the Ministry of Munitions are for- warded herewith. Each Dominion or Dependency may print the forms to suit its own purposes, with such pages of additional instructions or particulars as may be necessary.

It will be observed that it is contemplated that there should be three copies of each application-one to be used by the applicant for passing on to the merchants or manufac- turers, two to be forwarded direct by the Local Priority Authority to the Ministry of Munitions, Priority, I, Caxton Street, Westminster, London. The first-mentioned form. bearing the authority and classification of the Ministry of Munitions will be returned to the exporter or manufacturer in the United Kingdom, one of the other two will be returned for purposes of record to the Local Priority Authority, and the other will be filed at the Ministry of Munitions.

   Where there is any exceptionally strong case of urgency, or a supply that is deemed to be specially important, the Local Priority Authority should indicate fully the reasons for special consideration, and the latest date by which delivery must be pressed for.

   There may also be cases so urgent and important that an order has to be placed by cable, and if the Local Priority Authority deems it necessary to send a strong cable, it will be given the most immediate and sympathetic consideration by the Ministry of Munitions.

   Each Local Priority Authority will adopt a scheme of reference for filing purposes, and when a cable is sent the references of the application, which is following by the next mail, should be clearly indicated.

All communications relating to applications that have at any time been before the Ministry of Munitions should bear the full references of the Priority of the Ministry, so that there may be no delay or confusion in referring to the previous papers.

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It will always be open for the Local Priority Authorities, or the respective Govern- ments, to take action in cases of special difficulty or importance through the representa- tives of the Dominions or Dependencies.

Some Dominions or Dependencies may desire not to make application for railway supplies, or direct Government orders through the Local Priority Authorities, and though it would be very desirable for the Ministry of Munitions if all or most applications are put forward by one authority, still there will be no objection to other arrangements, as to which full information should be furnished. Even in such cases, however, it is desira- ble that the same procedure forms should be used for the applications.

Questions have been raised as to the kinds of materials or articles that the Local Priority Authorities would have to deal with. The best reply to those questions is that the arrangement only applies to such materials or articles as it is necessary to obtain Priority Permits for. There is a fairly general knowledge by now as to when priority assistance will be necessary.

  What has happened hitherto, and will continue to happen, is that when the merchants or manufacturers receive preliminary inquiries, or are invited to tender or accept orders, the inquirer is informed by the merchant or manufacturer if a Priority Permit will be necessary.

  It would be only after such an intimation that the inquirer would find it necessary to apply to the Local Priority Authority.

Copies of some of the pertinent existing orders relating to materials are forwarded herewith for the information and guidance of the Local Priority Authorities.

  It is intended that the Local Priority Authorities shall be kept posted as to any new restrictions or orders.

  The Minister of Munitions most earnestly appeals for the patriotic temporary sacri- fice of their own interests by the merchants and public of the Dominions and Dependen- cies in

(a) Endeavouring to do without such supplies as priority is necessary for; (b) Realising that priority is only refused with great reluctance in order to conserve the maximum supplies for hastening the allied victory and the satisfactory peace.

1 am, Sir,

Your obedient Servant,

EDGAR R. JONES,

Priority.

SUPREME COURT.

  No. 228.-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 the next Criminal Sessions for the despatch of the business of the Court. shall be held on Monday, the 21st day of May, 1917, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon.

17th May, 1917.

HUGH A. NISBET, Registrar,

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It will always be open for the Local Priority Authorities, or the respective Govern- ments, to take action in cases of special difficulty or importance through the representa- tives of the Dominions or Dependencies.

Some Dominions or Dependencies may desire not to make application for railway supplies, or direct Government orders through the Local Priority Authorities, and though it would be very desirable for the Ministry of Munitions if all or most applications are put forward by one authority, still there will be no objection to other arrangements, as to which full information should be furnished. Even in such cases, however, it is desira- ble that the same procedure forms should be used for the applications.

Questions have been raised as to the kinds of materials or articles that the Local Priority Authorities would have to deal with. The best reply to those questions is that the arrangement only applies to such materials or articles as it is necessary to obtain Priority Permits for. There is a fairly general knowledge by now as to when priority assistance will be necessary.

  What has happened hitherto, and will continue to happen, is that when the merchants or manufacturers receive preliminary inquiries, or are invited to tender or accept orders, the inquirer is informed by the merchant or manufacturer if a Priority Permit will be necessary.

  It would be only after such an intimation that the inquirer would find it necessary to apply to the Local Priority Authority.

Copies of some of the pertinent existing orders relating to materials are forwarded herewith for the information and guidance of the Local Priority Authorities.

  It is intended that the Local Priority Authorities shall be kept posted as to any new restrictions or orders.

  The Minister of Munitions most earnestly appeals for the patriotic temporary sacri- fice of their own interests by the merchants and public of the Dominions and Dependen- cies in

(a) Endeavouring to do without such supplies as priority is necessary for; (b) Realising that priority is only refused with great reluctance in order to conserve the maximum supplies for hastening the allied victory and the satisfactory peace.

1 am, Sir,

Your obedient Servant,

EDGAR R. JONES,

Priority.

SUPREME COURT.

  No. 228.-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 the next Criminal Sessions for the despatch of the business of the Court. shall be held on Monday, the 21st day of May, 1917, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon.

17th May, 1917.

HUGH A. NISBET, Registrar,

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OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

  No. 229.-It is hereby notified that the registrations of the following trade marks have expired and that they will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 7th day of June, 1917, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before that date:---

Number of Trade Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietor.

No. 10 xxxv a of 1889.

A. S. Watson and Company, Limited, Druggists, Chemists, and General Merchants, Hongkong.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

7th May, 1917.

No. 10 xxXV в of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 II of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 IV A of 1889.

Do.

Do..

No. 10 va of 1889.

Do.

Do

No. 10 xxxv c of 1889.

Do.

Doz

No. 10 XLIX A of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LIV of 1889.

Do.

1. Do.

No. 10 Lv of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LVI of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LVII of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LX of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LXI of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LXI of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LXII of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LXiv of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LXv of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LXVI of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LXVI of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LXVIIa of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LXIX A of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LXX of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LXX1 a of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LXXII A of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LXXI of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LXXiv of 1889,

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LXxv of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LXXVI of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 xxxv D of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 xxxV E of 1889.

Do.

Do.

306

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 18, 1917.

Number of Trade Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietor.

No. 10 IV B of 1889.

A. S. Watson and Company, Limited, Druggists, Chemists, and General

Merchants, Hongkong.

Do.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

7th May, 1917.

Do.

No. 10 v в of 1889.

No. 10 XI of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 XII of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 XIV of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 xv of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 XVI of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 xvi1 of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 xviu of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 xx of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 xxt of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 xx11 of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 xxIII of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 XXIV of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 xxv of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 XXVI of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 XXVIII of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 XXIX of 1889. .

Do.

Do.

No. 10 xxx of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 XXXI of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 XXXIII of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 xxxiv of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 xxxv F of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 xxxv G of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 XXXVI of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 xxxvII of 1889.

Do.

* Do.

No. 10 XXXVIII of 889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 XXXIX of 1889.

Do.

Do

No. 10 XL of 1889.

Do.

Do...

No. 10 XLI of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 XLII of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 XLIII of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 XLIV of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 XLV of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 XLVI of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 XLVII of 1889.

Do.

Do.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 18, 1917.

Number of Trade Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietor.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

No. 10 1 of 1889.

A. S. Watson and Company, Limited, Draggists, Chemists, and General Merchants, Hongkong.

Do.

7th May, 1917.

Do.

No. 10 xxxv II of 1889.

No. 10 XLIX B of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LVII of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LIX of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LXVIII в of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LXIX в of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LXX в of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LXXI в of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LXXII в of 1889.

Do.

Do.

14th May, 1917.

307

No. 230.--It is hereby notified that the registrations of the following trade marks have expired and that they will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 13th day of June, 1917, 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. 15 of 1903.

No. 16 of 1903.

No. 17 of 1903.

14th May, 1917.

J. Lyons and Company, Limited, Cadby Hall, Kensington, London, England.

Sir Reginald Hanson, Bart., 47 Botolph Lane, London, England.

13th May, 1917.

Do.

Do.

Do.

No. 231. 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, 1917, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before that date:-

Number of Trade Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietor.

No. 18 of 1903.

15th May, 1917.

The Abbey Effervescent Salt Company, Limited, 144 Queen Victoria Street, London, England.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

15th May, 1917.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 18, 1917.

Number of Trade Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietor.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

No. 10 1 of 1889.

A. S. Watson and Company, Limited, Draggists, Chemists, and General Merchants, Hongkong.

Do.

7th May, 1917.

Do.

No. 10 xxxv II of 1889.

No. 10 XLIX B of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LVII of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LIX of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LXVIII в of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LXIX в of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LXX в of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LXXI в of 1889.

Do.

Do.

No. 10 LXXII в of 1889.

Do.

Do.

14th May, 1917.

307

No. 230.--It is hereby notified that the registrations of the following trade marks have expired and that they will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 13th day of June, 1917, 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. 15 of 1903.

No. 16 of 1903.

No. 17 of 1903.

14th May, 1917.

J. Lyons and Company, Limited, Cadby Hall, Kensington, London, England.

Sir Reginald Hanson, Bart., 47 Botolph Lane, London, England.

13th May, 1917.

Do.

Do.

Do.

No. 231. 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, 1917, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before that date:-

Number of Trade Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietor.

No. 18 of 1903.

15th May, 1917.

The Abbey Effervescent Salt Company, Limited, 144 Queen Victoria Street, London, England.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

15th May, 1917.

308

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 18, 1917.

No. 232. It is hereby notified that the registrations of the following trade marks have been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909:---

Number of Mark.

Date of Registration.

Name of Owner.

No. 10 IB of 1889.

7th May, 1889.

A. S. Watson & Company, Limited, Druggists, Chemists, and General Merchants, Hongkong.

Period of Renewal.

Class in which renewed.

7th May, 1931.

3

No. 10 XLVIHA

Do.

Do.

Do.

W

of 1889.

No. 10 L of

Do.

Do.

Do.

3

1889.

No. 10 LI of

Do.

Do.

Do.

3

1889.

No. 10 LII of 1889.

Do.

Po.

Do.

3

No. 10 LIII of

Do.

Do.

Do.

1889.

No. 10-1A of

Do.

Do.

Do.

43

1889.

No. 10 vi of

Do.

Do.

Do.

43

1889.

No. 10 vi of

Do.

Do.

Do.

43

1889.

No. 10 vi of

Do.

Do.

Do.

43

1889.

No. 10 IX of

Do.

Do.

. Do.

43

1889.

No. 10 x of 1889.

Do.

Do.

Do.

13

No. 10 XIII of

Do.

1889.

No. 10 xix of 1889.

Do.

Do.

Do.

43

Do.

Do.

43

:

No. 10 XXVI of

1889.

Do.

Do.

Do.

43

No. 10 XXXII

Do.

Do.

Do.

43

of 1889.

No. 10 XLVIIIB

Do.

Do.

Do.

48

of 1889.

No. 10 LXXVII

Do.

Do.

Do.

48.

of 1889.

14th May, 1917.

E. CARPMAEL,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

310

No. 5.

[L.S.]

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 25, 1917.

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 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 Execu- tive 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 respectively, 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, 1917, 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, pro- hibit for a further period of one year from and including the 28th day of May, 1917, 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, Gunpowder, Stores, Goods or Articles respectively, unless this Proclamation shall, in the meantime, be revoked, or unless permission shall have been obtained under Section 3 of the Ordinance above mentioned.

Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 25th day of May 1917.

By Command,

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Colonial Secretary.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 25, 1917.

311

All previous Proclamations regarding the maximum retail prices of food are hereby revoked and the following substituted therefor

No. 6.

[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:--

1. Flour :--

Schedule of Maximum Retail Prices.

(a.) First Grade.

per bag of 50 lbs., per lb.,

(b.) Second Grade.

per bag of 50 lbs., per lb.,

(c.) Third Grade.

per bag of 50 lbs., per lb.,

2. Tinned Milk:-

(a.) Sweetened Condensed Milk, per

1 lb. tin,...

(b.) Unsweetened Condensed Milk,

per 1 lb. tin,

""

""

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

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

3. Sugar:

Cube, (in 6 lb. tins), per tin, Refined Crystallized, per lb., Granulated, per lb.,

Soft, No. 1 quality, per lb.,

No. 2

97

""

麵粉

$ c. 頭等

4.50五十磅庄每包 四元五毫

.10 每磅 一毫

二等

4.00 五十磅庄每包 四元

208 每磅 八仙

三等

3.50 五十磅庄每包 三元五毫

.07 每磅 七仙

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

.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 .38 鷹嘠罐奶一磅庄每罐 三毫八仙

22

.20 奶水(即無滋養料之奶)一磅庄每罐 二毫

1.20 方糖六磅庄每罐 一元一毫

.14 幼潔晶糖每磅 一毫四仙

.14 冰花糖每磅 一毫四仙

.13

一毫三仙 一號沙糖

.12 二號沙糖 一毫二仙

312

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 25, 1917.

4. Frozen Meat:-

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 February, 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.]

5. Market Produce:-

Butcher Meat.

Beef Sirloin,-Mei Lung Pa

""

10

""

""

Prime Cut ...

Corned,-Ham Ngau Yuk

Roast,--Shiu

""

Breast, Ngau Nam

Soup,-Tong Yuk

Steak,--Ngau Yuk Pa

""

""

"

...

Sirloin,--Ngau Lau

.. lb.

""

Cts.

肉食

21 牛尾龍扒每磅 二毫-仙

21 上等牛尾龍扒每磅 二毫一仙

21 鹹牛肉每磅 二毫一仙

21 燒牛肉每磅 二毫--仙

17 牛腩每磅 一毫七仙

16 湯肉每磅 -毫六仙

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

""

21 牛肉扒每磅 二毫一仙

59

28 牛柳每磅 二毫八仙

""

Sausages,-Ngau Cheung.....

99

24 牛腸每磅 二四仙

Bullock's Brains,-,, No...

per set

10 430-2

"

Tongue, fresh,-Ngau Li...

...each

45 牛脷每條 四毫牛

333

"

corned,-Ham Ngau Li.

12

Head,--Ngau Tau

""

Heart,

Ngau Sam

12

وو

Hump, Salt-Ngau Kin

Feet,--Ngau Keuk

Kidneys,--Ngau Yiu

""

39

60 鹹牛脷每條六毫

$1.00 牛頭每個 一元

...

lb.

14. 牛心每磅-毫四仙

21 牛肩每磅 二毫一仙

each 11 牛脚每隻毫一仙

:

21

10 牛腰每個 -毫

""

Tail,--Ngau Mei

""

19 牛尾每條 -毫九仙

י

Liver,-Ngau Kon

lb.

...

13 牛肝每磅 一毫三仙

""

Tripe (undressed),--Ngau To

"

06 牛肚每磅 六仙

Calves' Head & Feet,--Ngau-tsai-tau-keuk set $1.10 47

Mutton Chop,-Yeung Pei Kwat

lb.

25 羊排骨每磅 二毫半

−x-E

>>

Leg,--Yeung Pei...

""

Shoulder,-Yeung Shau

Saddle,-Yeung On Yuk

Pig's Chitlings,-Chü Chong

""

Brains, Chü No

""

Feet, Chü Keuk

:

:

:

:

...

:.

??

25 羊脾每磅 二毫

29

24 羊手每磅 二毫四仙

""

27 羊鞍肉每磅 二毫七仙

""

27 猪腸每磅 二毫七仙

...per set 24 KOD CEP

lb.

13 猪脚每磅 一毫三仙

1

-

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 25, 1917.

313

Pig's Fry,---Chii Chap

Head,--Chii Tau

Heart, Chü Sam

-

Kidneys,-Chii Yiu

Liver,-Chii Kon

...

Pork Choy,---Chi Pai Kwat

Leg,-Chü Pei

Loin,-Chii Hau Tun

Fat or Lard,-Chü Yau ...

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

Cts.

Ib.

15 猪雜每磅-毫半

16 猪頭每磅 --毫六仙

each 11 猪心每個 -毫一仙

39

lb.

18 猪腰每個 -毫八仙

29 猪肝每磅 二毫九仙

"

Sheep's Head and Feet,-- Yeung Tau Keuk set

"

Heart,- Yeung Sam

Kidneys,- Yeung Yiu

Liver,--Yeung Kon

Sucking Pigs, to order,-Chii Tsai...

Suet, Beef,-Shang Ngau Yau...

...

Mutton,--Shang Yeung Yau .....

Veal,---Ngau Tsai Yuk

Sausages,-- Ngau Tsai Cheung

Lard.- Chii Yau

Fish.

:

:

Barbel - Ku Yii.

Bream.-Pin Yü

Canton Fresh Water Fish.--Hoi Sin Yü

Carp,--Li Yii

Catfish,-Chik Yü

Codfish,-Mun Yü

Crabs,--Hai

Cuttle Fish,-Muk Yü

Dab,-Sha Mang Yii...

Dace,-Wong Mei Lap

Dog Fish,--Tit To Sha

Eels, Conger,-Hoi Man

Fresh water, Tam Shui Yii

Yellow,-Wong Sin...

Frogs,-Tin Kai

命呼

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

... each

...

""

多多

多多

""

""

"

"?

""

lb.

26 猪排骨每磅 二毫六仙

30 猪脾每磅 三毫

30 猪後臀 三毫

20 猪油每磅 二毫

60 羊頭脚每副 六毫

08 羊心每個 八仙

12 羊腰每個一毫二仙

26 羊肝每磅 二毫六仙

22 乳猪仔每磅 二毫二仙

20 生牛油每磅二毫

26 生羊油每磅 二毫六仙

19 牛仔肉每磅 -毫九仙

20 牛仔腸每磅 二毫

20 猪油每磅 二毫

海鮮

16 嘉魚每磅 -毫六仙

18 扁魚每磅 一毫八仙

15 海鮮魚每磅 -毫半

20鯉魚每磅 二毫

12 赤魚每磅 一毫二仙

14 敏魚每磅-毫四仙

26 蟹每磅 二毫六仙

16 黑魚每磅 -毫六仙

12 沙孟魚每磅 一毫二仙

13 黃尾臘每磅 -毫三仙

10跌倒沙每磅 一毫

13 海鰻每磅 一毫三仙

18 淡水魚每磅 一毫八仙

32 黃嵯每磅 三毫二仙

33 田雞每磅 三毫三仙

.

314

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 25, 1917.

Garoupa,-Shek Pan...

Gudgeon, Pak Kap Yii ...

-

Herrings, -Tso Pak ...

Halibut,- Cheung Kwan Kap ...

Labrus,-Wong Fa Yü

Louch,-Wu Yi...

Lobsters,-Lung Ha ...

Mackerel,-Chi Yü

Monk Fish,-- Mong Yü

:

:

:

:..

:

:

:

:.

:

:

:.

:

:

:

:

:.

:

:

:

:

:

Mullet, - Tsai Yii

Oysters, -Shang Ho ...

Parrot Fish,--Kai Kung Yü

Perch,-Tau Lo ...

Pike, Fa Pau Fong...

Plaice,-Pan Yü

Pomfret, Black,-Hak Chong

Pomfret, White,-Pak Chong

Prawns,-Ming Hi

Ray,-Pai Pa Sha

Rock Fish,--Shek Kau Kung ..

Roach,--Chun'Yü

Salmon,-Ma Yau

Shark,-Sha Yii...

Skate, Po Yii...

Shrimps,-Ha

Snapper,-Lap Yü

Soles, -Tat Sha Yiü

Tench,- Wan Yü

Turbot, Tso Hau Yii..

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:.

...

:

:

:

...

Cts.

lb. 40 石斑每磅 四毫

93

>

"

""

""

99

""

""

""

""

""

24

"

""

""

""

""

""

""

""

Turtles, small, fresh water, -Keuk Yii

""

Chicken,-Kai Tsai

Poultry.

...

:

115

""

16 白鴿魚每磅-毫六仙

20 曹白每磅 二毫

20 將軍甲每磅 二毫

18 黃花魚每磅 -毫八仙

26 烏魚每磅 二毫六仙

28 龍蝦每磅 二毫八仙

20 魠魚每磅 二毫

32 芒魚每磅 三毫二仙

16 劑魚每磅 -毫六仙

22 生蠔每磅 二毫二仙

12 鷄公魚每磅 - 毫二仙

18 頭鱸每磅 -毫八仙

16 花破蓬每磅 一毫六仙

15 斑魚每磅 一毫五仙

26 黑倉每磅二毫六仙

28 白倉每磅 二毫八仙

38 明蝦每磅 三毫八仙

10琵琶沙每磅 一毫

15 石狗公每磅-毫

12 蠢魚每磅 一毫二仙

30 馬友 三毫

7 鯊魚

8 蒲魚

""

七仙

八仙

25 蝦每磅 二毫

28 臘魚每磅 二毫八仙

26 捷沙魚每磅 二毫六仙

16 鯇魚每磅 一毫六仙

18 左口魚每磅 -毫八仙

60 脚魚每磅 六毫

生日

34 鷄仔每磅 三毫四仙

33 制鷄每磅 三毫三仙

Capons, Large, Small,-Sin Kai

Duck,---Ap ...

Doves,-Pan Kau

A

:

""

29 鴨每磅 二毫九仙

"

18 班鳩每磅 -毫八仙

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 25, 1917.

Eggs, Hen, Kai Tan (cooking)

-

Cts.

per doz. 20鷄蛋每打(廚房用)二毫

"

""

(fresh)

Fowls, Canton,---Kai...

Hainan, -- Hoi Nam Kai

Geese,―Ngo

...

Pigeons, Canton,-Pak Kap

!

:

断多

36 新鮮雞蛋每打 三毫六仙

1b. 38 省城鷄每磅 三毫八仙

30 海南鷄每磅 三毫

39

24 鵝每磅 二毫四仙

each 28 省城白鴿每隻二毫八仙

lb.

""

each

25 海口白鴿每隻二毫

60 火鷄公每磅 六毫

45 火雞每磅 四毫半

35

Hoihow,--Hoi Han Pak Kap

A

"

Turkeys, Cock,--Fo Kai Kung

Hen,

""

Na...

Snipe,-Sha Tsui

Pheasant,--Shan Kai

Quail,-Om Chun

Partridges,--- (Che Kú

...

:

:

:

:

:

:

99

沙錐每隻

-

山雞每隻

鵪鶉每隻

鷓鴣每隻

315

Almonds,-Hang Yan

Fruits.

Apples, (California), -Kam Shan Ping Ko.

Bananas, (bride's), Macao,-San Heung

Chiu

...

Carambola, -Yeung To

Cocoanuts,-Ye Tse

...

Lemons, China,--Ling Mung

菓子

35 杏仁每磅 三毫牛

23 金山平果每磅 二毫三仙

3 山香蕉每磅 三仙

楊桃

each 12 椰子每個一毫二仙

America,Kam Shan Ling Mung

""

Lichees, Dried, (small stone),-Lai Chi Kon lb.

Oranges, (Canton), (Sweet)---Shan-sheng

"

Tim Chang

Pears, (Canton), Cooking,-Sha Li

Peanuts, Fa Shang ...

Persimmons, Large,-Hung Tsz

Plantain,-Tai Chiu ...

Pumelo, Siam,--Tsim Lo Yau ...

Walnuts,-Hop To

Grapes, -Po Tai Tsz ...

:

...

"

8 檸檬每個 八仙

8 金山檸檬每個 八仙

28 荔枝乾每磅 二毫八仙

14 省城甜橙每磅-毫四仙

8 甜橙每磅八仙

10 沙梨每磅 一毫

10 花生每磅 一毫

紅柿

02 大蕉 二仙

...each 13 暹邏柚每個一毫三仙

lb.

14 核桃每磅 -毫四仙

30 葡提子每磅 三毫

316

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 25, 1917.

Vegetables, &c.

蔬菜

Cts.

Artichokes,- Ah Chi Cheuk

Beans, Sprout,-Nga Tsoi ..

Long-Tau Kok

Beet Root,-Hung Tsoi Tau

Bitter Squash,-Fu Kwa ...

:

A:

Brinjals, Green,-Ching Yiin Kwa ...

29

Red,-Hung Ke

each

"

""

Cabbage, Chinese, (common),- Kai Tsoi... lb.

Shanghai,- Ye Tsoi

Cane Shoots, bunch, Kau Shun

,

-

Cauliflower (Large),- Ye Tsoi Fa

99

丫治竹每磅

8 芽菜每磅 八仙

11 荳角每磅 一毫-仙

4 紅菜頭每個 四仙

9 苦瓜每磅 九仙

6 靑元茄每個六仙

7 紅茄每個 -七仙

10芥菜每磅 一毫

椰菜每磅

8 膠笋每磅 八仙

each 大椰菜花每個

"

(Medium),

:

""

中椰菜花每個

小椰菜花每個

(Small),

Carrots,-Kam Shun...

""

Celery, Chinese,-Tong Kan Tsoi

Chillies, Dried,---Kon Lat Chiu

Red,-Hung Fa Chiu

Green,-Ching Lat Chiu

:

...

多多

Curry Stuff, English, Ka Li (Chii Liu ...

Cucumbers,--Ching Kwa

lb.

""

22

6 金笋每磅 六仙

2 唐芹菜每磅 九仙

25 乾辣椒每磅 二毫半

12 紅花椒每磅 一毫二仙

9 靑辣椒每磅 九仙

10 加厘材料每磅 一毫

... each

2 青瓜每個二仙

Garlic,-Sün Tau

Ginger, young,-Sun Tse Kenng

old,-Lo Keung

Horseradish, Shanghai,-Lik Kan ...

Indian Corn,-Shuk Mai

...

:

Ib.

""

8 蒜頭每磅 八仙

9 新子薑每磅 九仙

10老薑每磅一毫

15 力根每磅 一毫五仙

... each 06 粟米六周

Lettuce,-Yeung Shang Tsoi

...

...

...

""

Water Chestnuts,-Ma Tai

lb.

1 洋生菜每個一仙

6 馬蹄每磅 六仙

""

Mandarin,-Kwai Lam Ma Tai

Mushrooms, Fresh,-Shang Tso Ku

Okroes,

...

Onions, Bombay,Yeung Chung Tau

""

8 桂林馬蹄每磅 八仙

""

32 生草菇每磅 三毫二仙

25

""

8 洋葱頭每磅 八仙

""

Green,-Shang Chung...

...

""

Shanghai,-Sheung-hoi Chung Tau

Parsley,-Kun Tsoi

...

6 生葱每磅 六仙

7 上海葱頭每磅 七仙

""

8 芹菜每磅 八仙

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 25, 1917.

Potato, Sweet,-Fan Shü ...

...

19

...

Japanese,-Yat Pun Shü Tsai

American,-Fa Ki Shü Tsai.....

Pumpkin, Tung Kwa

-

Radish,--Hung Lo Pak Tsai

Rhubarb (Fresh),--Tai Wong

Shallots,--Kon Chung Tau

Spinach,-Yin Tsoi

Tomatoes, Fan Ke

Taros,Wu Tau

Turnips, Punti, (Long),-Lo Pak

Vegetable Marrow,― Tsit Kwa

Water Cress,-Sai Yeung Tsoi

""

Lily root,-Lin Ngau

...

Yams, -Tai Shü

:

...

:

:

:

:

:

:

:.

:

lb.

""

29

""

39

""

""

""

...

...

""

Cts.

3 番薯每磅 三仙

3 日本薯仔每磅 三仙

8 花旗薯仔每磅 八仙

3 冬瓜每磅 三仙

6 紅蘿白仔每磅 六仙

大王

S 乾葱頭每磅 八仙

荣每磅 八仙

6 番茄每磅 六仙

6 芋頭每磅 六仙

4 本地蘿白每磅 四仙

4 節瓜每磅 四仙

11 西洋菜每磅 一毫一仙

6 蓮藕每磅 六仙

6 大薯每磅 六仙

6. In view of the prohibition of the export of certain food- stuffs from the United Kingdom, the prices of these articles can no longer be fixed. If, however, any con- sumer considers that he has been overcharged he may make representations to that effect to the Secretary of the Food Committee, Sanitary Board Offices, for in- vestigation.

317

Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 25th day of May 1917.

By Command,

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Colonial Secretary.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 233.

    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 25th day of May, 1917.

    The Schedule to Rule 41 of 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, the 16th and 23rd June, the 28th July, the 18th and 25th August, the 1st, 22nd, and 29th September, the 13th, 20th, and 27th (2) October, the 17th November, and the 1st, 8th, and 15th December, 1916, the 19th January, the 2nd and 30th March, the 27th April, and the 11th May, 1917, respectively, is hereby amended as follows:--

The following headings are removed from class (B) to

class (E)---

Metals and ores, the following:-

Tin, alloys of tin not otherwise specifi- cally prohibited, and manufactures of tin (except hollow-ware, tin

plates, and receptacles made from tin plates);

Tin ore;

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 25, 1917.

Potato, Sweet,-Fan Shü ...

...

19

...

Japanese,-Yat Pun Shü Tsai

American,-Fa Ki Shü Tsai.....

Pumpkin, Tung Kwa

-

Radish,--Hung Lo Pak Tsai

Rhubarb (Fresh),--Tai Wong

Shallots,--Kon Chung Tau

Spinach,-Yin Tsoi

Tomatoes, Fan Ke

Taros,Wu Tau

Turnips, Punti, (Long),-Lo Pak

Vegetable Marrow,― Tsit Kwa

Water Cress,-Sai Yeung Tsoi

""

Lily root,-Lin Ngau

...

Yams, -Tai Shü

:

...

:

:

:

:

:

:

:.

:

lb.

""

29

""

39

""

""

""

...

...

""

Cts.

3 番薯每磅 三仙

3 日本薯仔每磅 三仙

8 花旗薯仔每磅 八仙

3 冬瓜每磅 三仙

6 紅蘿白仔每磅 六仙

大王

S 乾葱頭每磅 八仙

荣每磅 八仙

6 番茄每磅 六仙

6 芋頭每磅 六仙

4 本地蘿白每磅 四仙

4 節瓜每磅 四仙

11 西洋菜每磅 一毫一仙

6 蓮藕每磅 六仙

6 大薯每磅 六仙

6. In view of the prohibition of the export of certain food- stuffs from the United Kingdom, the prices of these articles can no longer be fixed. If, however, any con- sumer considers that he has been overcharged he may make representations to that effect to the Secretary of the Food Committee, Sanitary Board Offices, for in- vestigation.

317

Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 25th day of May 1917.

By Command,

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Colonial Secretary.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 233.

    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 25th day of May, 1917.

    The Schedule to Rule 41 of 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, the 16th and 23rd June, the 28th July, the 18th and 25th August, the 1st, 22nd, and 29th September, the 13th, 20th, and 27th (2) October, the 17th November, and the 1st, 8th, and 15th December, 1916, the 19th January, the 2nd and 30th March, the 27th April, and the 11th May, 1917, respectively, is hereby amended as follows:--

The following headings are removed from class (B) to

class (E)---

Metals and ores, the following:-

Tin, alloys of tin not otherwise specifi- cally prohibited, and manufactures of tin (except hollow-ware, tin

plates, and receptacles made from tin plates);

Tin ore;

-318

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 25, 1917.

Rubber (raw, waste, and reclaimed), solutions containing rubber, jellies containing rub- ber, and any other preparations containing rubber, and also balata, gutta-percha, and the following varieties of rubber, viz.:- Borneo, Guayule, Jelutong, Palembang, Pontianic, and all other substances con- taining caoutchouc.

  NOTE: The previous rules made under the above Ordinance which relate to the exportation of military stores were published in the Gazettes of the 18th and 25th August, 22nd and 29th September, 27th October, 17th November, and 15th December, 1916, and 19th January, 2nd and 30th March, 27th April, and 11th May, 1917.

No. 234.

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 25th day of May, 1917.

   The list which was published in the Gazette of the 21st July, 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, No. 3, and which was amended by the lists published in the Gazettes of the 4th, 18th and 25th August, 1st, 15th and 22nd September, 6th, 20th and 27th October, 17th November, 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th December, 1916, 5th, 19th and 26th January, 2nd and 23rd February, 2nd and 16th March, 5th, 20th and 27th April, and 4th, 11th and 18th May, 1917, is hereby further amended by the variation and addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto :-

28 Apr., 1917.

SCHEDULE.

Additions to List.

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES,

Bataviaasche Industrie en Handel Maatschappij,

Batavia.

28 Apr., 1917. Been, C., Sumatra.

Variation in List.

An alteration in the address of the person whose name was pub- lished in the United Kingdom on the date shown in the margin is made as under.

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

2 Apr., 1917. Schreuder, W. J. G., Sibóga.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

E. BULLOCK,

Clerk of Councils.

25th May, 1917.

  *NOTE (1).--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 Persia, Morocco or Portuguese East Africa, and consequently it is an offence to trade with any person or body of persons of enemy nationality resident or carrying on business in Persia, 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.

  NOTE (2).-Where a firm named in the list has more than one branch in the same country, all branches in that country are held to be included in the list even in cases where no address, or of several addresses, one only is specifically mentioned.

  NOTE (3).-The above additions were made in the United Kingdom on the dates which appear opposite to the respective names.

  NOTE (4). A consolidating statutory list, complete to the 5th April, 1917, may be obtained from the Government Printers, Messrs. Noronha & Co., No. 14a, Des Voeux Road C'er tral.

-318

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 25, 1917.

Rubber (raw, waste, and reclaimed), solutions containing rubber, jellies containing rub- ber, and any other preparations containing rubber, and also balata, gutta-percha, and the following varieties of rubber, viz.:- Borneo, Guayule, Jelutong, Palembang, Pontianic, and all other substances con- taining caoutchouc.

  NOTE: The previous rules made under the above Ordinance which relate to the exportation of military stores were published in the Gazettes of the 18th and 25th August, 22nd and 29th September, 27th October, 17th November, and 15th December, 1916, and 19th January, 2nd and 30th March, 27th April, and 11th May, 1917.

No. 234.

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 25th day of May, 1917.

   The list which was published in the Gazette of the 21st July, 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, No. 3, and which was amended by the lists published in the Gazettes of the 4th, 18th and 25th August, 1st, 15th and 22nd September, 6th, 20th and 27th October, 17th November, 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th December, 1916, 5th, 19th and 26th January, 2nd and 23rd February, 2nd and 16th March, 5th, 20th and 27th April, and 4th, 11th and 18th May, 1917, is hereby further amended by the variation and addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto :-

28 Apr., 1917.

SCHEDULE.

Additions to List.

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES,

Bataviaasche Industrie en Handel Maatschappij,

Batavia.

28 Apr., 1917. Been, C., Sumatra.

Variation in List.

An alteration in the address of the person whose name was pub- lished in the United Kingdom on the date shown in the margin is made as under.

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

2 Apr., 1917. Schreuder, W. J. G., Sibóga.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

E. BULLOCK,

Clerk of Councils.

25th May, 1917.

  *NOTE (1).--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 Persia, Morocco or Portuguese East Africa, and consequently it is an offence to trade with any person or body of persons of enemy nationality resident or carrying on business in Persia, 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.

  NOTE (2).-Where a firm named in the list has more than one branch in the same country, all branches in that country are held to be included in the list even in cases where no address, or of several addresses, one only is specifically mentioned.

  NOTE (3).-The above additions were made in the United Kingdom on the dates which appear opposite to the respective names.

  NOTE (4). A consolidating statutory list, complete to the 5th April, 1917, may be obtained from the Government Printers, Messrs. Noronha & Co., No. 14a, Des Voeux Road C'er tral.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 25, 1917.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

No. 235.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, No. 5.

THURSDAY, 19TH APRIL, 1917.

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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, C.M.G.).

the Attorney General, (JOSEPH HORSFORD KEMP).

the Colonial Treasurer, (EDWARD DUDLEY CORSCADEN WOLFE).

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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).

the Captain Superintendent of Police, (CHARLES MCILVAINE MESSER).

Mr. WEI YUK, C.M.G.

Mr. HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, K.C.

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Mr. EDWARD SHELLIM.

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Mr. LAU CHỦ PAN.

Mr. PERCY HOBSON HOLYOAK.

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Mr. CHARLES EDWARD ANTON.

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The Council met pursuant to adjournment.

The Minutes of the last Meeting, held on the 5th April, 1917, were confirmed.

PAPERS. The Colonial Secretary laid on the table the following papers :--

Return of Excesses on Sub-Heads met by Savings under Heads of Expenditure

for the 1st Quarter, 1917.

Report of the Police Magistrates' Court for the year 1916.

REPORT OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE.-The Colonial Secretary laid on the table the Report of the Finance Committee (No. 4), dated the 5th April, 1917, and moved its adoption.

The Colonial Treasurer seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

LETTERS PATENT.-- The Letters Patent dated the 14th February, 1917, passed under the Great Seal of the United Kingdom, constituting the Office of Governor and Com- mander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies, were read.

QUESTIONS.Mr. HOLYOAK, pursuant to notice, asked the following questions:---

1. Will the Government state whether the attention of the Secretary of State for the Colonies is especially drawn on all occasions to motions made by Unofficial members which have been defeated by the use of the Official majority against the unanimous vote of Unofficial mem- bers of Council?

2. Will the Government also state whether on all occasions when a Bill, or any part of a Bill, is passed by the use of the Official majority, against the unanimous vote of the Unofficial members of Council, a special explanation is given to the Secretary of State for the Colonies to justify the use of the Official majority, and are the circumstances of different cases fully set forth in a special despatch ?

3. Will the Government state when the German Bank and other "immovable" German private

property will be sold by public auction?

;

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 25, 1917.

4. Having regard to the fact that the German Bank property has already been advertised for the prescribed period of three months, will it be considered necessary to advertise it again for any period longer than a few days?

The Colonial Secretary replied.

   MOTION.--Mr. HOLYOAK, pursuant to notice, addressed the Council and moved the following resolution :

It is the opinion of this Council that it is in the best interest of the Colony of Hongkong that persons of German nationality should be excluded therefrom for a period of at least 10 years following the declaration of peace; and that, subsequently, they be only admitted into the Colony under strict licence.

Mr. ANTON addressed the Council and seconded.

   Mr. POLLOCK, Mr. Lau ChÜ-PAK, Mr. WEI YUK, the Attorney General, His Excellency the General Officer Commanding, and His Excellency the Governor also addressed the Council.

Mr. HOLYOAK replied.

   On the motion being put to the vote it was declared lost nine members voting against and four-Mr. HOLYOAK, Mr. POLLOCK, Mr. ANTON, and Mr. SHELLIM-for the motion.

ADJOURNMENT.-The Council then adjourned sine die.

F. H. MAY,

Governor.

Confirmed this 25th day of May, 1917.

E. BULLOCK,

Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

   No. 236.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Dr. WILFRID WILLIAM PEARSE to act as Colonial Veterinary Surgeon in addition to his other duties, during the absence of Mr. ADAM GIBSON or until further notice, with effect from the 18th May, 1917.

25th May, 1917.

No. 237. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to recognise, provisionally and pending the receipt of instructions from His Majesty's Government, Monsieur Luis ALVAREZ CALDERON ASTETE as Consul for Peru in Hongkong.

25th May, 1917.

No. 238.---It is hereby notified that, in consequence of the re-organization of the Hongkong Volunteer Corps, His Excellency the Governor has accepted with regret the resignation of Lieutenant-Colonel ARTHUR CHAPMAN, V.D., from the Command of the Corps, with effect from the 23rd May, 1917.

25th May, 1917.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 25, 1917.

4. Having regard to the fact that the German Bank property has already been advertised for the prescribed period of three months, will it be considered necessary to advertise it again for any period longer than a few days?

The Colonial Secretary replied.

   MOTION.--Mr. HOLYOAK, pursuant to notice, addressed the Council and moved the following resolution :

It is the opinion of this Council that it is in the best interest of the Colony of Hongkong that persons of German nationality should be excluded therefrom for a period of at least 10 years following the declaration of peace; and that, subsequently, they be only admitted into the Colony under strict licence.

Mr. ANTON addressed the Council and seconded.

   Mr. POLLOCK, Mr. Lau ChÜ-PAK, Mr. WEI YUK, the Attorney General, His Excellency the General Officer Commanding, and His Excellency the Governor also addressed the Council.

Mr. HOLYOAK replied.

   On the motion being put to the vote it was declared lost nine members voting against and four-Mr. HOLYOAK, Mr. POLLOCK, Mr. ANTON, and Mr. SHELLIM-for the motion.

ADJOURNMENT.-The Council then adjourned sine die.

F. H. MAY,

Governor.

Confirmed this 25th day of May, 1917.

E. BULLOCK,

Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

   No. 236.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Dr. WILFRID WILLIAM PEARSE to act as Colonial Veterinary Surgeon in addition to his other duties, during the absence of Mr. ADAM GIBSON or until further notice, with effect from the 18th May, 1917.

25th May, 1917.

No. 237. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to recognise, provisionally and pending the receipt of instructions from His Majesty's Government, Monsieur Luis ALVAREZ CALDERON ASTETE as Consul for Peru in Hongkong.

25th May, 1917.

No. 238.---It is hereby notified that, in consequence of the re-organization of the Hongkong Volunteer Corps, His Excellency the Governor has accepted with regret the resignation of Lieutenant-Colonel ARTHUR CHAPMAN, V.D., from the Command of the Corps, with effect from the 23rd May, 1917.

25th May, 1917.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 25, 1917.

NOTICES.

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COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 239. It is hereby notified that His Excellency the Governor has, under Section 3 (13) of the Holidays Ordinance, 1912, (Ordinance No. 5 of 1912), ordered that the Birthday of His Majesty the King is to be kept on Monday, the 4th June, 1917.

No. 240. 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 Monday, the 4th June, 1917.

No. 241. The revised lists of persons to whom articles to be exported to China and Siam may be consigned, which were published as Notification No. 28, and amended by Notifications No. 29, No. 40, No. 53, No. 66, No. 113, No. 133, and No. 200, published in the Gazettes of January 26th, February 9th, 16th, and 23rd, March 23rd, and 30th, and May 4th, 1917, respectively, is hereby further amended as follows:--

China.

Add the following names:---

Adair, Graham & Co.

American Asiatic Trading Co. of San Francisco. Atwood, Paul, Dr.

Batavia Sea & Fire Insurance Co.

British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co., Ltd.

Eagle, J. S. & Č. K.

East India Fire & Sea Insurance Co.

Express Cigarette Co.

Guardian Assurance Co., Ltd.

Guzdar, Dhun H.

Hudson & Co., Ningpo.

Jemadar Buddha Singh (Sikh Gurdwara).

Kalachund & Co.

London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Co., Ltd.

Macleod, Dr. N.

Overseas Trading Company of California.

Palatine Insurance Co., Ltd.

Royal Exchange Assurance Corporation.

Sea Insurance Co., Ltd.

Shengwo & Co., Hankow.

Sikh Gurdwara (Jemadar Buddha Singh).

Standard Marine Insurance Co., Ltd.

Sumitomo Bank, Ltd.

Sumitomo Yoko.

Tientsin Lighter Co., Ltd.

United Netherlands Lloyds.

Corrections:-

Abe Yoko.

should read

Abe Kobei.

Heisch, P. F.

Chandless & Co., R. H., Tientsin.

International Export Company,

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Nanking.

Mitsui Bussan Kaisha (Mitsui & Co.).

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Pottinger & Paton.

Scotson James (Stewart & Co.).

""

Thomson, G. Irwin.

Veloudaki, Hiscock & Co.

Chandless & Co., Inc., Tientsin.

Hartwell, P. F.

International Export Company, (Kiangsu),

Ltd.

Mitsui Bussan Kaisha Ltd., (Mitsui & Co.,

Ltd., in Europe and America).

Pottinger & Co.

Scotson Jas. (Mackenzie, Stewart & Co.,

Manchester, Ltd.).

Thomson, Irvin.

Viloudaki & Co.

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Vikula Morocov.

Vicula Morosov.

""

Siam.

Remove the following names:-

Kee, E. H., Bangkok.

E. Kee, Bangkok.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 25, 1917.

No. 242.

   Additions to the list of persons authorised by the Governor under Section 9 (1) of the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1884, to sign certificates of the cause of death for the purposes of the Births and Deaths Registration Ordinance, 1896.

1st Class Sub-Assistant Surgeon ABINASH CHANDRA DE, I.S.M.D.

2nd Class Sub-Assistant Surgeon SHAIKH SAADAT ALI, I.S.M.D.

No. 243. The following Finding of the Marine Court of Inquiry held on the 10th, 14th, 15th, 17th and 18th May, 1917, to enquire into the circumstances of misconduct on the part of Mr. W. J. STOKES, Chief Engineer of the British Steamship Pheumpenh, is published for general information.

FINDING.

In this case a number of charges have been brought by the Master against the Chief Engineer, extending over a period of two months. Certain of these charges are of a trifling nature and in the opinion of this Court should never have been formulated. therefore propose to deal only with the principal charges as follows:

We

On March the 6th when at Cape St. James the Master states that the Chief Engineer came on the Bridge and spoke to him in a disrespectful and insolent way, addressing him before the 2nd Mate, Pilot and Quarter Master as "Mr. Man", and questioning his right to delay the ship for hour, and finally ended up by saying "Not guilty this time, don't do it again". There is a conflict of evidence here. The Chief Engineer admits addressing the Master as "Mr. Man", but says it was in the privacy of the Chart House, and it was only in jest. The Court consider that this manner of addressing the Master officially is contrary to all good discipline, but as this form of address seems to have been the common practice of the Chief Engineer for a considerable time, we are of opinion that the Master should have taken proper steps early in his command of this ship to have stopped this objectionable familiarity.

Again on the 28th March the Chief Officer was logged for being drunk and the Chief Engineer when asked by the Master refused to sign the Log. The Court are of opinion that under the circumstances then ruling on board it was clearly the Chief Engineer's duty to sign the Official Log and assist the Master to keep discipline in the ship.

   On March 29th the Chief Engineer is charged whilst at Saigon with having inter- fered with the loading of the ship. There is no evidence to prove that this was so, and is denied by Mr. Stokes, but it is proved that the Chief Engineer did threaten to leave the ship with all his engineers if any more cargo was put on board, and it is also proved by a document signed by the Chief Engineer that the ship was not over loaded at this time. So that we consider this was an act of misconduct on the part of Mr. Stokes.

April 9th, 10th and 11th.The Master states in his evidence that he gave the Chief Engineer orders on the 9th of April for certain reasons not to make any test with the drinking water publicly. Here there is a conflict of evidence. Mr. Stokes states that no such orders were ever given to him, and that he had no idea there was any trouble con- nected with the drinking water until the 11th of April, when he was heavily logged. No evidence has been produced to prove that such order was ever given to the Chief Engineer, and as most of the Master's orders to the Engine Room appear to have been given in writing this is particularly noticeable. Also Dr. Arculli in his evidence states that during the three days, i.e., 9th, 10th and 11th April, the Chief Engineer brought samples of drinking water to the Master daily for inspection. The relationship existing between the Master and Chief Engineer during this period appeared to be quite friendly.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 25, 1917.

No. 242.

   Additions to the list of persons authorised by the Governor under Section 9 (1) of the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1884, to sign certificates of the cause of death for the purposes of the Births and Deaths Registration Ordinance, 1896.

1st Class Sub-Assistant Surgeon ABINASH CHANDRA DE, I.S.M.D.

2nd Class Sub-Assistant Surgeon SHAIKH SAADAT ALI, I.S.M.D.

No. 243. The following Finding of the Marine Court of Inquiry held on the 10th, 14th, 15th, 17th and 18th May, 1917, to enquire into the circumstances of misconduct on the part of Mr. W. J. STOKES, Chief Engineer of the British Steamship Pheumpenh, is published for general information.

FINDING.

In this case a number of charges have been brought by the Master against the Chief Engineer, extending over a period of two months. Certain of these charges are of a trifling nature and in the opinion of this Court should never have been formulated. therefore propose to deal only with the principal charges as follows:

We

On March the 6th when at Cape St. James the Master states that the Chief Engineer came on the Bridge and spoke to him in a disrespectful and insolent way, addressing him before the 2nd Mate, Pilot and Quarter Master as "Mr. Man", and questioning his right to delay the ship for hour, and finally ended up by saying "Not guilty this time, don't do it again". There is a conflict of evidence here. The Chief Engineer admits addressing the Master as "Mr. Man", but says it was in the privacy of the Chart House, and it was only in jest. The Court consider that this manner of addressing the Master officially is contrary to all good discipline, but as this form of address seems to have been the common practice of the Chief Engineer for a considerable time, we are of opinion that the Master should have taken proper steps early in his command of this ship to have stopped this objectionable familiarity.

Again on the 28th March the Chief Officer was logged for being drunk and the Chief Engineer when asked by the Master refused to sign the Log. The Court are of opinion that under the circumstances then ruling on board it was clearly the Chief Engineer's duty to sign the Official Log and assist the Master to keep discipline in the ship.

   On March 29th the Chief Engineer is charged whilst at Saigon with having inter- fered with the loading of the ship. There is no evidence to prove that this was so, and is denied by Mr. Stokes, but it is proved that the Chief Engineer did threaten to leave the ship with all his engineers if any more cargo was put on board, and it is also proved by a document signed by the Chief Engineer that the ship was not over loaded at this time. So that we consider this was an act of misconduct on the part of Mr. Stokes.

April 9th, 10th and 11th.The Master states in his evidence that he gave the Chief Engineer orders on the 9th of April for certain reasons not to make any test with the drinking water publicly. Here there is a conflict of evidence. Mr. Stokes states that no such orders were ever given to him, and that he had no idea there was any trouble con- nected with the drinking water until the 11th of April, when he was heavily logged. No evidence has been produced to prove that such order was ever given to the Chief Engineer, and as most of the Master's orders to the Engine Room appear to have been given in writing this is particularly noticeable. Also Dr. Arculli in his evidence states that during the three days, i.e., 9th, 10th and 11th April, the Chief Engineer brought samples of drinking water to the Master daily for inspection. The relationship existing between the Master and Chief Engineer during this period appeared to be quite friendly.

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   After going very carefully into all the evidence given to the Court we are of opinion that the Chief Engineer was responsible for the drinking water being delivered clean to the Emigrants, and to do this it was necessary for him to pump through the General Service pipes until the water ran clean, and that it would be necessary to test and taste this water from time to time until the results were satisfactory. In doing this it appears to the Court that the Chief Engineer chose the most convenient and private place for this work, i.c., Cock C. And that as there had been no trouble heretofore during the voyage with the Emigrants over the water, and that as water is being constantly pumped during the day through the General Service pipes for various reasons on a ship, it seems difficult to understand why this particular water being pumped or tasted should interest the Emigrants or alarm them in any way. Taking all these points into consideration and the absence of evidence that any proper order was given to the Chief Engineer which we think should have been given in "writing" or before a witness if this testing was considered to be dangerous, we are of opinion that the Chief Engineer on these occasions carried out his duty in a proper way and to the best of his ability.

   In summing up this case generally, although the most serious charges have not been proved, we are strongly of opinion that the Chief Engineer Mr. Stokes consistently adopted an attitude of disrespect towards the Master of the ship Mr. De La Sala, and we consider that such acts of misconduct which have been proved although they do not amount in our opinion to gross misconduct were detrimental to all good discipline and order on board and merits severe censure, and taking into consideration Mr. Stokes' long and we believe good service with the Company, and also the fact that he has already been discharged from this Company after 13 years' service, we consider this to be sufficient punishment.

   Given under our hands at Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong, this 23rd day of May, 1917.

(Signed)

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

Stipendiary Magistrate and President of the Court. FRANCIS E. NUTHALL, Eng. Lt.-Commander, R.N.,

H.M.S. Tamar.

P. H. ROLFE, Commander, R.N.R.,

Marine Superintendent, Indo-China S.N. Co.

D. MACMURRAY,

Superintendent Engineer, Indo-China S.N. Co.

J. BELL SMITH,

Master, British S.S. Honam.

   No. 244.--The following addition to the Register of Medical Practitioners entitled to practise Medicine in this Colony, published in Government Notification No. 184 of the 27th April, 1917, pursuant to Ordinances No. 1 of 1884 and No. 31 of 1914, is published for general information :----

PERSON QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

QUALIFICATIONS.

Stuart Séguin Strahan. Alexandra Buildings. Member of the Royal College of Surgeons

(England), Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians. (London); Bachelor of Medicine of the University

of Oxford.

DATE OF QUALIFICATION (United Kingdom).

11th March, 1909.

1912.

25th May, 1917.

A. G. M. FLETCHER, Colonial Secretary.

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   After going very carefully into all the evidence given to the Court we are of opinion that the Chief Engineer was responsible for the drinking water being delivered clean to the Emigrants, and to do this it was necessary for him to pump through the General Service pipes until the water ran clean, and that it would be necessary to test and taste this water from time to time until the results were satisfactory. In doing this it appears to the Court that the Chief Engineer chose the most convenient and private place for this work, i.c., Cock C. And that as there had been no trouble heretofore during the voyage with the Emigrants over the water, and that as water is being constantly pumped during the day through the General Service pipes for various reasons on a ship, it seems difficult to understand why this particular water being pumped or tasted should interest the Emigrants or alarm them in any way. Taking all these points into consideration and the absence of evidence that any proper order was given to the Chief Engineer which we think should have been giv