Government Gazette | 政府憲報 | 1930

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 3, 1930.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 1.

   Regulation made by the Governor in Council under sections 25 (4) and 42 (2) of the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, Ordinance No. 10 of 1899, on the 2nd day of January, 1930.

   Table M in the Schedule to the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, is hereby further amended by the insertion of the following heading and regulation next after regulation 25:-

(IX)-EMISSION OF SMOKE.

26.-(1) Smoke in such quantity as to be a nuisance shall not be sent forth or

emitted from the funnel of any steamship in any port of the Colony. (2) For the purposes of this regulation the expression "smoke

include soot, ash, grit and gritty particles.

shall

(3) Every person who is responsible for or is a party to a breach of this regulation and the master of the steamship on which a breach of this regulation has been committed shall be liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars.

(4) The court or magistrate hearing an information or complaint against a person for breach of this regulation shall not convict if of opinion that the furnace has been so constructed and maintained as to consume or burn, so far as possible, all smoke arising therefrom, and that such furnace has been carefully attended to.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

2nd January, 1930.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

 

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

No. 2.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL,

No. 17.

Thursday, 19th December, 1929, at 2.30 p.m.

PRESENT:

HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR

(Sir CECIL CLEMENTI, K.C.M.G.).

His Excellency the General Officer Commanding the Troops, (Major-General JAMES

WALTER SANDILANDS, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O.).

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The Honourable the Colonial Secretary, (Mr. WILFRID THOMAS SOUTHORN, C.M.G.).

the Attorney General, (Sir JOSEPH HORSFORD KEMP, Kt., K.C., C.B.E.). the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, (Mr. EDWIN RICHARD HALLIFAX,

C.M.G., C.B.E.).

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the Colonial Treasurer, (Mr. CHARLES MCILVAINE MESSER, O.B.E.).

Mr. HAROLD THOMAS CREASY, C.B.E., (Director of Public Works).

Mr. EDWARD DUDLEY CORSCADEN WOLFE, C.M.G., (Captain Superin-

tendent of Police).

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 3, 1930.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 1.

   Regulation made by the Governor in Council under sections 25 (4) and 42 (2) of the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, Ordinance No. 10 of 1899, on the 2nd day of January, 1930.

   Table M in the Schedule to the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, is hereby further amended by the insertion of the following heading and regulation next after regulation 25:-

(IX)-EMISSION OF SMOKE.

26.-(1) Smoke in such quantity as to be a nuisance shall not be sent forth or

emitted from the funnel of any steamship in any port of the Colony. (2) For the purposes of this regulation the expression "smoke

include soot, ash, grit and gritty particles.

shall

(3) Every person who is responsible for or is a party to a breach of this regulation and the master of the steamship on which a breach of this regulation has been committed shall be liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars.

(4) The court or magistrate hearing an information or complaint against a person for breach of this regulation shall not convict if of opinion that the furnace has been so constructed and maintained as to consume or burn, so far as possible, all smoke arising therefrom, and that such furnace has been carefully attended to.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

2nd January, 1930.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

No. 2.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL,

No. 17.

Thursday, 19th December, 1929, at 2.30 p.m.

PRESENT:

HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR

(Sir CECIL CLEMENTI, K.C.M.G.).

His Excellency the General Officer Commanding the Troops, (Major-General JAMES

WALTER SANDILANDS, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O.).

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The Honourable the Colonial Secretary, (Mr. WILFRID THOMAS SOUTHORN, C.M.G.).

the Attorney General, (Sir JOSEPH HORSFORD KEMP, Kt., K.C., C.B.E.). the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, (Mr. EDWIN RICHARD HALLIFAX,

C.M.G., C.B.E.).

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the Colonial Treasurer, (Mr. CHARLES MCILVAINE MESSER, O.B.E.).

Mr. HAROLD THOMAS CREASY, C.B.E., (Director of Public Works).

Mr. EDWARD DUDLEY CORSCADEN WOLFE, C.M.G., (Captain Superin-

tendent of Police).

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The Honourable Commander GEORGE FRANCIS HOLE, R.N. (Retired), (Harbour Master). Dr. ARTHUR ROBARTES WELLINGTON, (Director of Medical and Sanitary

Services).

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Sir HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, Kt., K.C.

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Sir SHOUSON CHOW, Kt.

Mr. ROBERT HORMUS KOTEWALL, C.M.G., LL.D.

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Mr. ARTHUR CECIL HYNES.

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Mr. JOHN OWEN HUGHES.

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Mr. WILLIAM EDWARD LEONARD SHENTON.

Mr. José PEDRO BRAGA.

Mr. Ts'o SEEN-WAN, O.B.E., LL.D.

Mr. EDWARD IRVINE WYNNE-JONES, (Deputy Clerk of Councils).

1. The Council met pursuant to adjournment. His Excellency the Governor

occupied the Chair.

MINUTES.

2. The Minutes of the Meeting held on the 5th December, 1929, were confirmed.

PAPERS.

3. The following papers were laid on the table:-

Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 3 (1) of the Wire-

less Telegraphy Ordinance, 1926, on 29th November, 1929.

Order made by the Governor in Council under section 43 of the Distress for

Rent Ordinance, 1883, on 5th December, 1929.

Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Industrial Employment of Women, Young Persons and Children Ordinance, 1922, on 3rd December, 1929.

Resolution passed by the Legislative Council under section 31 (1) of the Rating

Ordinance, 1901, on 28th November, 1929.

Notice under section 31 (2) of the Rating Ordinance, 1901, on 28th November,

1929.

QUESTIONS.

4. The Hon. Sir HENRY E. POLLOCK, Kt., K.C., pursuant to notice, asked the follow-

ing question-

In view of recent discussions, will the Government state whether its policy

is:-

(a) To impose rent restriction; or

(b) To appoint a Fair Rents Board; or

(c) To increase the length of notice to quit on a monthly tenancy

to a longer period than one month; or

(d) To leave the above matters to the action of economic laws and

to the terms of the contracts entered into between the parties.

The Colonial Secretary replied as follows:-

(a), (b) and (c). The answer is in the negative.

(d). The answer is in the affirmative.

5. The Hon. Mr. J. OWEN HUGHES, pursuant to notice, asked the following ques-

tions :--

1. Will the Government favourably consider suitable recognition being accorded to the Captain, Officers and Crew of the steamer Haiching?

2. Does the Government propose making a compassionate grant to the dependents of the 3rd Officer and Guard killed and to the Officers and Crew who were injured or have otherwise suffered at the hands of the pirates?

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3. Will the Government contradict (or otherwise) the report in the Press that Military Guards on merchant vessels trading in these waters are shortly to be withdrawn?

4. If the report is correct, and in view of this latest piratical attack on the steamer Haiching, will the Government make strong representations to the Military or other Authorities to reconsider their decision?

The Colonial Secretary replied as follows:

1 and 2. These matters will receive sympathetic consideration at the hands of the Government as soon as the enquiry into the circumstances of the Piracy have been completed.

3. It is understood to be the policy of His Majesty's Government that the

Guards should be withdrawn on the 1st of April next.

4. The Hong Kong Government will give careful consideration to such representations on this point as may be made by the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce or by British shipping firms.

MOTIONS.

6. The Attorney General moved the following resolution :--

Resolved that the Standing Rules and Orders of the Legislative Council o Hong Kong made by the Legislative Council on the 7th day of March, 1912, in pursuance of clause XIX of the Royal Instructions of the 19th day of January, 1888, and amended by the Legislative Council on the 29th day of January, 1920, be repealed, and that the Standing Orders, a draft of which was laid on the table of the Council on the 5th day of December, 1929, and a copy of which has been signed by the Clerk of Councils, be substituted therefor.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

His Excellency the Governor-If no member wishes to raise any point of prin- ciple, the Attorney General will move that the Council go into Committee. Council in Committee to consider the Standing Orders clause by clause. The following paragraph was added to Standing Order 31-"(5) The President, or the Chairman as the case may be, may require any proposed amendment to be handed to the Clerk in writing."

The following words "Subject to the provisions of paragraph (7) of Standing

Order 27," were inserted at the beginning of Standing Order 33.

On Council resuming, the Attorney General reported that the draft Standing

Orders had passed through Committee with amendments.

The resolution was adopted.

7. Printers and Publishers Amendment Bill.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the First reading of a Bill intituled "An Ordinance to amend the Printers and Publishers Ordinance, 1927."

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

8. Church of England Trust Bill.-The Hon. Sir HENRY E. POLLOCK, Kt., K.C., addressed the Council and moved the First reading of a Bill intituled "An Ordinance to incorporate a Body of Trustees capable of holding property for the purposes of the Church of England, and to provide for the perform- ance of divine worship according to the rites and ceremonies of the Church of England, and, for certain objects ancillary to the aforesaid objects." The Hon. Mr. J. OWEN HUGHES seconded..

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

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9. Public Health and Buildings Amendment Bill.-The Attorney General moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled "An Ordinance to amend further the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903."

The Colonial Secretary secon ded.

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.

10. Companies Amendment Bill.--The Attorney General moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled "An Ordinance to amend further the Companies Ordi- nance, 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.

11. Arms and Ammunition Amendment Bill.-The Attorney General moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled "An Ordinance to amend the Arms and Ammunition Ordinance, 1900."

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.

12. Crown Lands Resumption Amendment Bill.-The Attorney General moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled "An Ordinance to amend the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900."

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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13. Deportation Amendment Bill.--The Attorney General moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled "An Ordinance to amend the Deportation Ordinance, 1917."

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.

14. Liquors Amendment Bill-The Attorney General reported that the Bill intituled "An Ordinance to amend the law relating to intoxicating liquors" had passed through Committee with amendments and moved that it be read a third time.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a third time and passed.

ADJOURNMENT.

15. The Council then adjourned until Thursday, the 2nd day of January, 1930.

Confirmed this 2nd day of January, 1930.

E. I. WYNNE-JONES,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

C. CLEMENTI, Governor.

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No. 3. 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 1930.--An Ordinance to amend the Printers and Publishers

Ordinance, 1927.

Ordinance No. 2 of 1930.-An Ordinance to incorporate a Body of Trustees

capable of holding property for the purposes of the Church of England, and to provide for the performance of divine worship according to the rites and ceremonies of the Church of England, and, for certain objects ancillary to the aforesaid objects...

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13. Deportation Amendment Bill.--The Attorney General moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled "An Ordinance to amend the Deportation Ordinance, 1917."

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.

14. Liquors Amendment Bill-The Attorney General reported that the Bill intituled "An Ordinance to amend the law relating to intoxicating liquors" had passed through Committee with amendments and moved that it be read a third time.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a third time and passed.

ADJOURNMENT.

15. The Council then adjourned until Thursday, the 2nd day of January, 1930.

Confirmed this 2nd day of January, 1930.

E. I. WYNNE-JONES,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

C. CLEMENTI, Governor.

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No. 3. 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 1930.--An Ordinance to amend the Printers and Publishers

Ordinance, 1927.

Ordinance No. 2 of 1930.-An Ordinance to incorporate a Body of Trustees

capable of holding property for the purposes of the Church of England, and to provide for the performance of divine worship according to the rites and ceremonies of the Church of England, and, for certain objects ancillary to the aforesaid objects...

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HONG KONG.

No. 1 OF 1930.

I assent.

L. S.

C. CLEMENTI, Governor.

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3rd January, 1930.

An Ordinance to amend the Printers and

Publishers Ordinance, 1927.

[3rd January, 1930.]

BE it enacted by the Governor of Hong Kong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Printers and Short title. Publishers Amendment Ordinance, 1930.

2. The Printers and Publishers Ordinance, 1927, is Insertion of amended by the insertion of the following section immediately after section 4 :---

Security.

new section 4A in Ordinance No. 25 of

4A.-(1) Subject to the provisions of 1927. sub-section (7), no newspaper shall be registered until a sum of three thousand dollars has been deposited with the Reg- istrar by or on behalf of the person seeking registration. Any such deposit shall bear interest at the rate of four per cent per annum while under the control of the Registrar.

(2) The money thus deposited shall be available to pay any fine which may be imposed upon the proprietor, printer, pub- lisher, or editor of the newspaper in question, either under this Ordinance or in respect of any matter appearing in the said newspaper, and shall also be available to pay any damages that may be awarded in any action for libel in respect of any matter appearing in the said newspaper and the costs of any such action.

(3) The Registrar may direct that the whole of such money or such part as may be necessary shall be paid out in respect of such fine, damages or costs.

(4) When any money has been paid out under sub-section (3) the Registrar may in his discretion suspend the registration of the newspaper concerned until a deposit has been made with him, in respect of the

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newspaper concerned, equal to the amount paid out under his direction, and during the period of such suspension the newspaper shall be deemed to be not registered, and for the purposes of sub-section (8) of section of this Ordinance the require- ments of the said section 4 shall be deemed not to have been complied with in the case of such newspaper.

(5) The proprietor of any newspaper may at any time give notice to the Registrar that he desires the registration of the news- paper to cease and the Registrar may on the receipt of such notice cancel the registration and the newspaper shall cease to be registered from the date of such cancellation.

(6) After the expiration of six months from any such cancellation of registration, or, in his discretion, before the expiration of that period, the Registrar may direct that the sum deposited in respect of such newspaper, or so much of such sum as remains deposited, shall be repaid to the person entitled to receive the same.

(7) It shall be lawful for the Registrar to accept, in lieu of the deposit of three thousand dollars, a bond in the said amount, by the person seeking the registration together with one or two sufficient sureties approved by the Registrar, conditioned for the payment of any fine which may be im- posed upon the proprietor, printer, publisher or editor of the newspaper in question, either under this Ordinance or in respect of any matter appearing in the said news- paper, and also for the payment of any damages that may be awarded in any action for libel in respect of any matter appearing in the said newspaper and the costs of any such action.

3. The proprietor of every newspaper already re- Temporary gistered at the commencement of this Ordinance shall, provision. within three months of such commencement, in respect of such newspaper either make the deposit referred to in sub-section (1) of section 4A of the Printers and Publishers Ordinance, 1927, as enacted by section 2 of this Ordinance, or, in the discretion of the Registrar, enter into the bond referred to in Sub-section (7) of the said section 4A, and thereupon the provisions of the said section 4A shall apply to such deposit or bond as if it had been made or entered into before the re- gistration of such newspaper. In the event of non- compliance with the provisions of this section the news- paper in question shall be deemed to be not registered, and for the purposes of sub-section (8) of section 4 of this Ordinance the requirements of the said section 4 shall be deemed not to have been complied with in the case of such newspaper.

Passed the Legislative Council of Hong Kong, this 2nd day of January, 1930.

E. I. WYNNE-JONES,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

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L.S.

HONG KONG.

No. 2 of 1930.

I assent.

C. CLEMENTI,

Governor.

3rd January, 1930.

An Ordinance to incorporate a Body of Trustees capable of holding property for the purposes of the Church of England, and to provide for the performance of divine worship according to the rites and ceremonies of the Church of England, and, for certain objects ancillary to the aforesaid objects.

[18th January, 1930.]

1. WHEREAS Saint John's Cathedral Church was Preamble. erected on Crown land partly by means of private subscriptions and partly by means of public moneys and has since been maintained and kept up and divine worship has been performed therein and elsewhere in the Colony in accordance with the pro- visions of certain Ordinances and it is expedient to provide for a continuance of the performance of such divine worship and services in accordance with the rites and ceremonies of the Church of England:

2. AND WHEREAS the said Cathedral Church is now vested in and administered by an incorporated. Church Body under the name of the Trustees of Saint John's Cathedral Church in Hongkong:

3. AND WHEREAS Saint Andrew's Church Kow- loon and buildings connected therewith were erected on Crown land out of funds generously furnished by the late Sir Catchick Paul Chater C.M.G. the services at the said Church to be conducted according to the rites and ceremonies of the Church of England:

4. AND WHEREAS the Trustees of Saint John's Cathedral Church in Hongkong in addition to the powers conferred on them by the Saint John's Cathed- ral Church Ordinance 1899 were authorised by the Church Property Vesting Ordinance 1904 to acquire accept leases of purchase take hold and enjoy any lands buildings messuages or tenements and any other property of what kind or nature soever and where- soever situate for the purpose of endowing supporting maintaining carrying on or otherwise promoting the work of the Church of England in Hong Kong or in China whether such work should be of a religious educational or social nature or otherwise :

5. AND WHEREAS it is deemed expedient that all lands, buildings, messuages or tenements, property funds and endowments (save as hereinafter men- tioned) of the Church of England in the Colony and elsewhere within the Diocese of Victoria Hong Kong

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Short title.

Interpreta tion.

Constitution

of the Trustees.

shall so far as possible be transferred to or vested in one central incorporated authority which may administer the same for the purpose of endowing, supporting, maintaining, carrying on or otherwise pro- moting the work of the Church of England in Hong Kong or elsewhere in the Diocese whether such work shall be of a religious educational or social nature, or otherwise:

BE it enacted by the Governor of Hong Kong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:

1. This Ordinance may be cited as The Church of England Trust Ordinance, 1930.

2. In this Ordinance-

(a) "Archdeacon of Hong Kong" means the clergyman holding the Bishop's licence to such office. (b) "Bishop" means the Bishop of Victoria, Hong Kong.

(c) "Chapel of ease" means a chapel under a mother church consecrated for the performance of public worship according to the liturgy of the Church of England, and so recognised by the Bishop, the officiating minister whereof has not a separate cure of souls.

(d) "Church Body" means the trustees of Saint John's Cathedral Church in Hongkong as heretofore constituted.

(e) "Commissary" means a person nominated by the Bishop of Victoria, Hong Kong, to act for him or in his stead in accordance with the terms of a written authority signed by the Bishop, or, in the event only of the voidance of the see, a person nominated by the Archbishop of Canterbury.

(f) "Dean" means the clergyman in charge of Saint John's Cathedral and holding the Bishop's licence to such office.

(g) "Diocesan Conference" means the assembly of clergy and laity of the Church of England for the Diocese, constituted according to such rules as have been approved by the Bishop for the time being.

(h) "Diocese" means the area over which the Bishop of Victoria, Hong Kong, has ecclesiastical authority.

(i) "District" means an ecclesiastical area whe- ther old or new the incumbent of which has a separate cure of souls therein.

(j) "Incumbent' means a clergyman with a cure of souls in charge of a church and holding the Bishop's licence thereto.

(k) "Trustees" mean the trustees appointed by or under the provision of section 3 of this Ordinance.

Trustees.

3.-(1) (a) There shall be a Body of Trustees. which, subject to the other provisions of this Ordin- ance, shall consist of:-

(i) The Right Reverend Charles Ridley Dup-

puy, Bishop of Victoria, Hong Kong.

(ii) The Very Reverend Alfred Swann, Dean of

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(iii) The Reverend W. W. Rogers, Vicar of Saint

Andrew's Church, Kowloon

and their successors in office for the time being, together with the following lay trustees:-

(iv) Walter Leslie Pattenden

(v) Philip Jacks

(vi) John Herbert Hunt

(vii) Reginald Dowsett Thomas

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as representing Saint Cathedral,

as

representing

Saint Andrew's Church, Kowloon,

and hereafter of the persons for the time being duly elected and appointed in place of the above or any of them as their successors in accordance with regula- tions made under this Ordinance.

(b) In the case of every other church to which this Ordinance applics or shall hereafter apply, and whose incumbent has or shall have a separate cure of souls, the incumbent and two duly elected lay representa- tives of such church, shall be members of th Body of Trustees.

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(c) All lay Trustees shall be actual communicants of the Church of England, of twenty-one years of age and upwards, of either sex, and of British nationality, and shall be elected at the annual church meetings as provided for in regulations made under this Ordi-

nance.

(d) In the event of the absence on leave of any clerical trustee other than the Bishop it shall be law- ful for the Trustees in their discretion to appoint temporarily the clergyman in charge of the church concerned.

(2) The Bishop shall have power to give and revoke Commissary. R dormant commission to any clergyman of the Church of England to be a trustee, and to act for the Bishop in accordance with the terms of the dormant commission, during any absence of the Bishop from the Colony and during any incapacity of the Bishop, and to be a Trustec and to act in the stead of the Bishop in the case of voidance of the see. No such dormant commission shall take active effect on the ground of the incapacity of the Bishop or the voidance of the see until it has been published in the Gazette by the Colonial Secretary, with the approval of the Governor-in-Council, at the request of the remaining trustees then in the Colony. When a dormant com- mission has taken active effect upon such publication on the ground of the incapacity of the Bishop it shall continue to have active effect until the publication of a notice in the Gazette by the Colonial Secretary, at the request of the Bishop and of the majority of the remaining Trustees then in the Colony, suspending such active effect. Unless previously revoked any such commission shall continue in force, either as a dormant commission or in active effect as the case may be, after the voidance of the see until the arrival of a new Bishop or until a new Commis- sary has been nominated by the Archbishop of Canter- bury.

(3) (a) The Bishop or his Commissary shall be Proceedings chairman of the Trustees.

and acts of the

(b) A meeting of the Trustees shall be held at least trustees. once in every calendar year, and not more than fifteen months after the holding of the last preceding meet- ing.

(c) The Bishop or his Commissary and at least one- half of the remaining Trustees shall form a quorum.

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Notification of change

in trustees.

Incorpora- tion and general powers of

the trustees.

Power to acquire property.

Power to dispose of property.

Use of seal.

Vesting of

property in Trustees.

Saint John's

Cathedral

Church and

Precincts.

(d) No act or decision of the Trustees shall be valid unless approved by more than half of the whole num- ber of Trustees.

(e) If any act be done or discretion be exercised by the majority of the Trustees, or if any instrument be executed in pursuance thereof, no such act discre- tion or instrument shall be questioned on the ground that the other Trustees, or any of them, did not concur or join therein, or objected thereto.

4.-(1) All changes in the constitution of the Trustees shall be notified to the Colonial Secretary and published by him in the Gazette.

(2) No such change shall be deemed to have been made unless it shall have been so published in the Gazette.

(3) The production of a copy of the Gazette con- taining any such notification shall be prima facie evidence as to the constitution of the Trustees.

(4) The Trustees shall when required by the Gover- nor furnish to him satisfactory proof of the succession, election or appointment of any new member thereof.

5.-(1) The Trustees shall be a body corporate under the name of "The Trustees of the Church of England in the Diocese of Victoria Hong Kong" and by that name shall have perpetual succession and shall and may sue and be sued in all courts and shall and may have and use a common seal and may break, change, alter and make anew the said seal.

(2) The Trustees shall have power to acquire, ac- cept leases of, purchase, take, hold and enjoy any lands, buildings, messuages or tenements of what nature and kind soever and wheresoever situate, and also to invest moneys upon mortgage of any lands, buildings, messuages or tenements, or upon the mort- gages, debentures, stocks, funds, shares or securities of any Government, municipality, corporation or com- pany, and also to purchase, acquire, and possess goods and chattels of what nature or kind soever, for the purpose of endowing, supporting, maintaining, carry- ing on or otherwise promoting the work of the Church of England in Hong Kong or elsewhere in the Diocese whether such work shall be of a religious, educational or social nature or otherwise.

(3) The Trustees, subject to the provisions of sec- tion 6, shall further have power by deed or writing under their common seal to grant, sell, convey, assign, surrender, yield up, mortgage, demise, reconvey, reassign, transfer or otherwise dispose of or deal with any lands, buildings, messuages, tenements, goods and chattels or other property which are for the time being vested in or belonging to the Trustees, upon such terms as to the Trustees may seem fit: Provided that nothing in this section contained shall be con- strued so as to authorise any breach of trust on the part of the Trustees.

(4) All deeds and other documents requiring the seal of the Trustees shall be sealed with such seal in the presence of the Bishop or his Commissary and shall be signed by such Bishop or Commissary and by two Trustees.

6.-(1) Saint John's Cathedral Church and the pre- cincts thereof (a plan of which, signed by the Director of Public Works and sealed with the seal of the

Colony, was deposited at the Land Office on the 29th day of April 1892) together with all buildings, rights, easements and appurtenances thereunto belonging, and together with all the estate right, title and interest of the Church Body as heretofore constituted shall vest in

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the Trustees in fee simple for the sole and express purpose of a church and to the intent that divine worship and the services usual in the Church of Eng- land shall be therein performed and carried on In accordance with the rites and ceremonies of the said Church subject nevertheless to the road and right of way delineated and coloured red on the said plan which road shall be maintained as heretofore by the Government: Provided always that if at any time the church shall cease to be used as a church for divine worship and the services usual in the Church of Eng- land shall cease to be performed and carried on there- in in accordance with the said rites and ceremonies, the church and the precincts thereof shall revert to and become the absolute property of the Crown unless the same shall be sold or otherwise disposed of with the consent in writing of the Governor.

Church

(2) All that piece or parcel of ground known and Saint registered in the Land Office as Kowloon Inland Lot Andrew's No. 1153 and the Church building and buildings Kowloon. crected thereon, together with all rights easements and appurtenances thereunto belonging and together with all the estate, right, title and interest held upon trust by the Church Body as heretofore constituted, shall vest in the Trustees for the residue now un- expired of the term of 75 years created therein by the Crown lease thereof, subject to the payment of the rent reserved by the said Crown lease and the perfor- mance and observance of the lessee's covenants and conditions therein contained, upon trust to permit the said premises to be used by the clergyman for the time being in charge of the services of the said church (or if there shall be no clergyman in charge by any other clergyman of the Church of England who may be approved by the Bishop) for the conduct of such services in accordance with the rites and ceremonies of the Church of England and for such other purposes not inconsistent with the provisions of the said Crown lease as may be directed by the Church Council duly constituted: Provided always that the Trustees shall not be deemed personally liable for any payments of money in excess of that provided or available for the purposes of the church: And provided that the said premises or any part thereof shall not be used for any other purpose whatever than for a church the services of which shall be conducted according to the rites and ceremonies of the Church of England, and for the erection of schools or parsonage or other buildings in connection with such church, without the previous licence or consent of His Majesty the King his heirs successors or assigns signified in writing by the Governor of Hong Kong or other person duly authoris- ed in that behalf: And provided that the said premises or any part thereof should not be let, underlet, mort- gaged, assigned or otherwise parted with without the previous consent of His said Majesty his heirs, succes- sors or assigns signified as aforesaid or upon other terms and provisions than set forth in the said Crown lease.

(3) All that piece or parcel of ground situate lying Kellett and being at Mount Kellett in the Peak District of Crest. the Colony of Hong Kong and registered in the Land. Office as Rural Building Lot No. 46, and all that piece or parcel of ground situate at Mount Kellett aforesaid and registered in the Land Office as Garden Lot No. 4, together with all messuages, erections and buildings thereon respectively, and all rights, privi- leges, easements and appurtenances thereto respec- tively belonging, and all the estate, right, title, in- terest, property, claim and demand of the Church Body as heretofore constituted, shall vest in the Trustees for the residues of the respective terms of 75 years and 21 years respectively created therein by the respective Crown leases thereof, subject to the pay- ment of the rents and to the performance and obser- vance of the lessee's covenants and conditions in the said Crown leases respectively reserved and contained.

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Furniture and effects.

Saint John's Cathedral Hall Endowment Fund.

Other property.

Memorials.

Delegation of powers

to Church Councils.

First Schedule.

Boards of Patronage

(4) The furniture, fittings, fixtures, chattels and effects held for the use of Saint John's Cathedral, of Saint Peter's Church and of Saint Andrew's Church, Kowloon, and all the right, title, interest, property, claim and demand therein or thereto of the Church Body as heretofore constituted shall vest in the Trustees absolutely.

(5) The sum of ten thousand dollars, the endow- ment fund for the use of Saint John's Cathedral Hall. and the securities or investments now representing the same now vested in the Church Body under the De- claration of Trust dated the 3rd day of February, 1922, shall be transferred to and vested in the Trustees absolutely subject to the trusts and provisions of the said declaration of trust.

(6) All books, papers and other documents hitherto kept at Saint John's Cathedral or Saint Peter's Church or Saint Andrew's Church or belonging or appertaining thereto respectively, and all moneys be- longing or due or owing to Saint John's Cathedral or the Church Body as heretofore constituted or to Saint Andrew's Church or the Vestry thereof, shall vest in the Trustees absolutely.

(7) All memorials in or about Saint John's Cathedral and in or about Saint Peter's Church and in or about Saint Andrew's Church shall be under the care and custody of the Trustees.

7.--(1) The Trustees shall delegate the care and maintenance of any land, building, furniture, fittings, chattels, effects, records and memorials and the ex- penditure of income appertaining to Saint John's Cathedral Church and Saint Andrew's Church, Kow- loon, respectively and provision for the administera- tion of the services to be performed therein to the respective Church Councils of such churches to be appointed in manner hereinafter provided.

(2) The Trustees may make similar delegation of their powers in the case of any other church to which this Ordinance applies or shall hereafter apply.

(3) Every such delegation shall be by an instrument in writing signed by the Bishop or his Commissary and two of the Trustees which shall be in the form provided in the First Schedule and shall specify the property committed to the care of each Church Coun- cil and what powers and duties the Church Council shall have in the matter of making alteration or addi- tion thereto. But no alterations by way of addition or diminution to the fabric or utensils or ornaments of such churches shall be made without the previous. written consent of the Bishop.

(4) The Trustees shall have power by an instrument signed as aforesaid to revoke or amend any letter of delegation.

8. (1) Whenever a vacancy occurs or is expected to occur in any cure of souls the Trustees shall ap- point a Board of Patronage, to be constituted as here- inafter provided, which shall appoint a clergyman for institution to such cure when vacant and shall return his name to the Trustees together with the agreed terms of appointment. The Trustees shall before entering into any contract with such clergyman obtain the written approval of the Bishop or in the case of the incapacity of the Bishop of his Commis- sary of such appointment. If no notice of appoint- ment shall be returned to the Trustees and by them to the Bishop or his Commissary within six months after a vacancy in any cure it shall be competent for the Bishop or his Commissary to appoint.

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(2) Such Board of Patronage shall consist of the Bishop or his Commissary, who shall be chairman, the Archdeacon of Hong Kong, one lay represen- tative of the Trustees and four lay representatives of the Church Council concerned: Provided that if the Archdeacon is also the incumbent of the church in which the vacancy is expected to occur he shall not be a member of the Board: Provided also that when a vacancy occurs or is expected to occur in the office of Dean two additional members (one clerical to represent the clergy and one lay to represent the laity) shall be appointed by the Diocesan Conference or in default of such appointment in such manner as the Trustees for the time being may approve.

(3) The time and manner of the summoning and meeting of such Board and the mode of its procedure shall be determined by the Board itself, subject to any direction that may be given by the Trustees. The Bishop or his Commissary and not less than three representatives of the church council concerned shall constitute a quorum.

(4) The fixing of the salary of the clergyman in Fixing of charge of any church shall be determined by a sub- salary of committee consisting of not more than six to be ap- clergyman

                        in charge pointed by the Church Council concerned which shall report to the Board its decision, but such decision shall be subject to the approval of the Board.

agreement

(5) The question of the renewal or termination of Renewal and the agreement of the clergyman in charge of any termination church shall be decided by a Board of Patronage, of constituted as hereinbefore provided, to be appointed of the by the Trustees ad hoc which Board shall report its clergyman decision to the Trustees: provided that no dismissal in charge. except on the expiration of an agreement shall be valid without the written approval of the Bishop or in the case of the incapacity of the Bishop of his Commissary.

Regulations.

9.-(1) It shall be lawful for the Trustees to make Regulations regulations for all or any of the following matters :- for Trustees

and Church

(a) the mode of filling up casual vacancies among Councils.

their number;

(b) the holding of meetings of the Trustees and

the conduct of business thereat;

(c) the election and tenure of office of an auditor and the appointment and tenure of office of a treasurer and secretary and the mode of fill- ing up casual vacancies among such officers; (d) the regulation of the Church Councils con- stituted by section 10 of this Ordinance, and the constitution and regulation of Church Councils for any other existing church or for any future church to which this Ordinance shall apply;

(e) the keeping of accounts by Church Councils; (f) the care, maintenance and administration of Saint Peter's Church and other chapels of

ease;

(g) all other matters relating to the affairs of the

Trustees.

(2) Subject to the exercise of the above powers the Second regulations contained in the Second Schedule shall be Schedule. in force from the commencement of this Ordinance and shall deem to have been made under this Ordi-

nance.

(3) No amendment of the regulations contained in the Second Schedule shall apply in the case of any particular Church Council until such amendment has been adopted at a meeting of the qualified and duly enrolled electors of the Church in question.

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Church Councils of Saint John's

Cathedral and of Saint Andrew's Church.

(4) The regulations contained in the Second Schedule shall apply in the case of the Church Council of any future church until such regulations shall have been amended and the amendments shall have been adopted at a meeting of the qualified and duly enrolled. electors of the Church in question.

Church Councils.

10. There shall be a Saint John's Cathedral Church Council and a Saint Andrew's Church, Kowloon, Church Council, and such other Church Councils as may be constituted by regulations made under this Ordinance. The primary duties of every such Council, whether constituted by or under this Ordi- nance, shall be to cooperate with the incumbent in the initiation, conduct and development of work in the church concerned in accordance with the Regulations for Church Councils for the time being in force and to exercise the powers conferred upon them in ac- cordance with Section 7 of this Ordinance: Pro- vided always that all matters connected with the religious services of the churches shall be under the immediate direction and management of the respec- tive incumbents or clergymen in charge subject never- theless to the control of the Bishop: And provided also that no change in the customary arrangement and conduct of the religious services in any church shall be made arbitrarily and without the consent of the Church Council, and that the incumbent or clergy- nian in charge shall inform the Council before making any change. Any question which may then or from time to time arise between the incumbent or clergy- man in charge and Church Council with regard to any such change shall be referred to the Bishop who after such consultation as he shall think best both with the incumbent or clergyman in charge and the Council, shall make orders thereon against which there shall be no appeal.

Future churches.

Right of visitation.

Bishop's

right to use Cathedral.

Right of troops to use of Cathedral

Miscellaneous.

11. The provisions of this Ordinance shall apply to every church of the Church of England hereafter established in the Colony.

12. The right of visitation of churches shall lie with the Bishop, and, under the general or special authority of the Bishop, with the Archdeacon of Hong Kong who may report to the Trustees any irregulari- ties in regard to the fulfilment of the duties of any particular Church Council in matters delegated to it by the Trustees.

13. The Bishop shall have the right of using the Cathedral, upon duc notice being given, for ordina- tions, confirmations and other special services, of determining the order and form of such services, and of preaching and celebrating the Holy Communion. therein.

14. So long as an annual sum of not less than five hundred dollars shall be paid to the Trustees for the use of Saint John's Cathedral Church by the troops Church on

constituting the Garrison, the Trustees shall allow payment of and arrange for the use of such Church by the said certain sum. troops for one service at least on every Sunday in the year, but shall not be bound to provide any clergyman to perform the same.

Government 15. It shall be lawful for the Governor to appro- grant for

priate such proportion of any sum which may be services at

voted by the Legislative Council for general ecclesias- prisons and Government tical or religious purposes as he may deem proper to hospitals. the Trustees, and thereupon the Dean or other clergy- man nominated by the Trustees, if such sum is ac-

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cepted by the Trustees, shall be bound when so required to provide for all requisite religious services and ministrations of the Church of England at the prisons and Government hospitals.

16.-(1) The Trustees shall have power to decide as Power to to the erection of memorial tablets or other memorials erect

                            memorials. in any church within the scope of this Ordinance or the precincts thereof, subject in each case to the written approval of the Bishop.

ruinous

(2) The Trustees, subject to the written consent of Power to the Bishop, may order the removal of any monument, remove tablet or other memorial in any church or the pre- memorial, cincts thereof which has become ruinous dilapidated etc. or unsightly if the donor thereof or his representatives cannot be found or will not properly repair and main- tain it to the satisfaction of the Trustees: Provided always that three months' notice of such intended removal shall be given in writing to the donor or his representatives if he or they can be found, and if not a notice signifying such intended removal shall be posted for three months in the western porch of the church concerned.

(3) The Trustees shall have power, subject in each Alterations. case to the written approval of the Bishop, to make alterations in a church or its furniture and to add to

or remove ornaments therein.

Funds.

17. Nothing in this Ordinance shall affect or be Saving of deemed to affect the Chater (Saint John's Cathedral the Chater Church) Endowment Fund or the Chater (Saint Endowment Andrew's Church) Endowment Fund, save that for the purposes of such funds the Trustees shall be sub- stituted for the Church Body and Vestry respectively. and shall authorise the payment of the income of such Funds to the Council of the church concerned.

18. Nothing in this Ordinance shall affect or be Saving of deemed to affect the rights of His Majesty the King rights of the or his heirs or successors or the rights of any body of certain politic or corporate or of any other person except such other rights. as are mentioned in this Ordinance and those claiming by, from or under them

Ordinances

19. The Saint John's Cathedral Church Ordinance, Repeal of 1899, and The Church Property Vesting Ordinance, 1904, are repealed.

No. 5 of 1899 and No. 16 of 1904.

20. This Ordinance shall come into operation on Commence- the 18th day of January, 1930.

Passed the Legislative Council of Hong Kong, this

2nd day of January, 1930.

ment of

Ordinance.

E. I. WYNNE-JONES,

Deputy Clerk of Councils,

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FIRST SCHEDULE

LETTER OF DELEGATION

issued pursuant to Section 7 of The Church of England Trust Ordinance, 1930.

To the CHURCH COUNCIL OF

CHURCH.

THE TRUSTEES appointed under The Church of England Trust Ordinance, 1930, hereby delegate the care and maintenance of the following property to the above mentioned Church Council, namely:---

and empower the said Church Council to exercise the following powers and duties, namely:-

-

GIVEN under the hands of the Bishop of Victoria, Hong Kong, and of two of the

trustees this

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Bishop.

Trustees.

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SECOND SCHEDULE

[Sec. 9]

REGULATIONS FOR CHURCH COUNCILS.

1. In these Regulations the expression "Church Meaning of Councils" means the bodies constituted under that expression

                            Church name by or under the Church of England Trust Ordi-

                            Councils. nance, 1930.

2. Every Church Council shall consist of:-

(a) the incumbent or clergyman in charge; (b) the senior licensed assistant clergyman, if

any;

(c) such number of lay representatives (who may be of either sex) as the annual church meet- ing may from time to time decide. Such lay representatives must be actual communic- ant members of the Church of England of twenty-one years of age and upwards and not entered upon the electoral roll of any other church in the Diocese. No candidate may be elected who has not previously corsented to serve. The number may be altered from time to time by a resolution passed at an annual church meeting of the church concerned but so that the alteration shall not take effect till the year following the date at which it is made;

(d) co-opted members if the Church Council con- cerned so decides not exceeding in number one-fifth of the elected lay representatives and being either in Holy Orders or actual lay communicant members of the Church of Eng- land of either sex and of tweny-one years of age and upwards.

Constitution of Church Councils.

3. The election of lay representatives to the Church Election of Council shall take place at the annual church meet- lay represen- ing of the church concerned.

tatives.

4. Lay representatives and co-opted members shall Duration of office of lay continue in office until the next annual church meet-

                        representa- ing unless in the meanwhile they vacate office by tives and death, absence for six months, incapacity to act or co-opted resignation.

members.

of casual

5. In the event of death, absence for a period of Filling up six months, incapacity to act or resignation of any members and lay representative or co-opted member on a Church vacancies Council the remaining members may appoint some among lay other qualified person to act in his or her place until representa- the next annual church meeting.

tives or

co-opted members.

6. Meetings of Church Councils shall be in accord- Meetings of

                            Church ance with the Rules of Procedure set forth in the Appendix hereto.

Councils. Appendix.

7. Every Church Council shall appoint a secretary Secretary and treasurer as provided for in the Rules of Proce- and dure.

treasurer for Church Councils.

8. In addition to the powers conferred by the Powers of Church of England Trust Ordinance, 1930, each Church Church Council shall have-

(1) power to frame an annual budget of moneys required for the maintenance of the work of the Church for which it is appointed and otherwise, and to take such steps as it thinks necessary for raising collecting and allocating of such moneys;

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Church Councils to keep

accounts.

Keeping of registers of baptisms, marriages and burials.

Provision of

safe for

Books.

Provision of Inventory.

(2) power jointly with the incumbent to deter mine the objects to which all moneys to be given or collected in the church shall be allocated, subject to the directions contained in the Book of Common Prayer as to the dis- posal of money given at the offertory, and to determine the mode of collection of all dona- tions and the fees to be taken for marriages, burials and other services;

(3 power jointly with the incumbent to appoint and dismiss and (if so authorised by the Trustees in their letters of delegation) to pay the salaries of assistant chaplains, organists and subordinate officials, and to determine the conditions of the tenure of their offices or of their employment, Provided that no appoint- ment or dismissal of a clergyman shall be valid unless approved in writing by the Bishop;

(4) power to make representation to the Bishop. with regard to any matter affecting the wel- fare of the church concerned;

(5) power to make regulations regarding all or

any of the following matters:

(a) holding of meetings of the Church Coun-

cil and the conduct of business thereat,

(b) keeping of accounts of moneys received and expended by the Church Councils,

(e) all other matters relating to the affairs of

the Church Council,

Provided that no regulation shall be valid until it has been approved by an annual or special church meeting; and provided that no regulation shall be inconsistent with the pro- visions of the Church of England Trust Ordi- nance, 1980. or with any regulation made thereunder by the Trustees.

9. Every Church Council shall furnish to the annual church meeting as provided for in Regulation 17 an account made up to the 31st December in every year immediately preceding such meeting setting out the income and expenditure of the Church Council during the year together with a statement of the funds and property (if any) remaining in its hands at the date of the account. Such account and statement having been duly audited shall together with a report upon the fabric, goods and ornaments of the church be submitted for approval at such meeting or at any adjournment thereof and the said account statement and report it approved shall be signed by the chair- man of the meeting and shall be forthwith published and affixed on or near the principal door of the church and any other conspicuous place or places in the parish at the discretion of the Church Council. A copy of the account, statement and report shall be furnished by the Church Council to the Trustees.

10. Every Church Council shall cause to be kept proper books of registry of all baptisms and marriages solemnized in the church and of all burials performed by the clergy.

11. Every Church Council shall provide a fire-proof safe for the safe custody of all books of registry be- longing to the church.

12. Every Church Council shall provide and keep up to date an inventory of all church property for which it may be responsible.

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13. A Church Council may, if so authorised by Erection of the Trustees in the letter of delegation, and in monuments. accordance with any regulations laid down by the Bishop, permit the erection or order the removal of any monument, tablet or other memorial in the church or in the precincts thereof, but no such monument, tablet or other memorial shall be erected or removed without the previous written consent of the Bishop.

furniture.

14. A Church Council may, if so authorised by Alterations the Trustees in the letter of delegation, make al- in church or terations in the church or its furniture, and may add to or renew ornaments to or in the church, but no such alteration, addition or renewal shall be made without the previous written consent of the Bishop.

15.-(1) If any difficulty arises with respect to the Powers of conduct of any Church Council for which provision is the Bishop. not made in the Church of England Trust Ordinance, 1980, or in the regulations, or in the event of a Church Council and an incumbent being unable to agree as to any matter in which their joint action is required, the Bishop may give such directions as may appear to him to be necessary.

(2) On representation being made to the Bishop by a majority of the lay members of a Church Council or by one-tenth of the electors on the electoral roll, and if such representation is deemed by the Bishop to show sufficient cause for the same, the Bishop shall convene a special meeting of the Church Council or church meeting, and shall either take the chair himself or appoint a chairman to preside at such meeting.

Electoral Roll.

16.-(1) A roll of electors shall be formed by every Electoral Church Council on which persons claiming to be roll. qualified electors in the church concerned shall if their claim is allowed be entered and they shall re- main on the roll as long as their title to be qualified electors in the church concerned continues.

(2) The initial rolls shall be formed by the Dean for the Cathedral and the Vicar of Saint Andrew's Church, Kowloon for Saint Andrew's Church, Kow- loon and in the case of other churches by the respec- tive incumbents.

(3) Each roll shall be kept and revised by the Church Council concerned when it is constituted. It shall be annually revised not less than twenty-eight days before the annual church meeting. Notice of such revision shall be affixed at the place or places hereinafter prescribed with respect to notice conven- ing the said annual church meeting fourteen days at least before such revision takes place.

(4) The roll shall be published by being affixed at or near the principal door of the church concerned in such manner as the Church Council (or, in the case of an initial roll, as the incumbent) shall appoint and except in the case of the initial roll, shall be open for the enrolment of new voters continuously up to fourteen days before the annual church meeting.

(5) Qualified electors are persons of either sex of eighteen years and upwards who:-

(a) are baptised and are members of the Church of England or a Church in communion there- with and

(b) do not belong to any religious body which is not in communion with the Church of England and

(c) are not entered upon the electoral roll of any

other church in the Diocese and

(d) have signed the declaration set forth here-

under.

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Annual church meeting.

Discussion

Convening

of annual

1,

being a worshipper at (name of Church).

declare that I have attained the age of eighteen years and reside at

and am a member of the Church of England or a Church in communion therewith and do not belong to any religious body which is not in coin- munion with the Church of England and that I am not entered upon the electoral roll of any other church in the Diocese.

Dated this

(Signed)

day of

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(6) The number of qualified persons on the electoral roll shall be reported each year to the Bishop or his Commissary within one month after the annual church meeting.

Annual Church Meeting.

17.-(1) There shall be held annually in connection with each church in the month of January the annual church meeting of qualified and duly enrolled

electors:

(a) for electing representatives to the Board of the Trustees of the Church of England in the Diocese of Victoria Hong Kong;

(b) for electing the Church Council;

(c) for clecting representatives to the Diocesan

Conference;

(d) for electing sidesmen;

(e) for electing an auditor;

(f) for receiving from the Church Council and

considering

(i) a copy or copies of the electoral roll;

(ii) an annual report on their proceedings; (iii) a statement of the financial affairs of the

Church;

(g) for the transaction of any other business con- nected with the affairs of the Church.

(2) All the above matters shall be open to free dis- cussion and before the report is proposed for adoption and it shall be open to any member of the meeting to ask any question about church matters or bring about a discussion of any matter of general church interest by moving a general resolution or by moving to give any particular recommendation to the Church Coun- cil in the fulfilment of its duties. The meeting shail have power to adjourn and to determine its own time of meeting and rules of procedure.

(3) The meeting shall be convened by the incum- bent or clergyman in charge by notice (in the form hereafter set forth) affixed at or near the principal meeting and door of the church for a period including the two

church

form of

notice

therefor.

Sundays immediately preceding the day of the meet- ing. The meeting shall be held in such place at such date and hour as shall be directed by the Church Council or in the absence of such direction as shall be fixed by the incumbent or clergyman in charge.

Form of Nolice,

Notice is hereby given that the annual church meet- ing of the

church will be held day the

day o'clock in the noon for the purposes following namely:-

at

of

on

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(a) the election of representatives to the Board of the Trustees of the Church of England in the Diocese of Victoria Hong Kong;

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(b) the election of the Church Council;

(c) the election of representatives to the Diocesan

Conference;

(d) the election of sidesmen;

(e) the election of an auditor;

(f) the receiving from the Church Council and

considering

(i)

a copy or copies of the electoral roll;

(ii) an annual report on their proceedings;

(iii) a statement of the financial affairs of the

Church;

(g) the transacting of any other business connect-

ed with the affairs of the church.

Dated the

day of

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Incumbent.

(4) Fifteen electors shall be a quorum at the an- Quorum. nual or

a special church meeting of Saint John's Cathedral Church, of Saint Andrew's Church, Kow- loon or of any other church that comes within the provisions of the Church of England Trust Ordinance, 1929.

(5) The incumbent or clergyman in charge shall be Chairman. the chairman of the meeting if present and if not a chairman shall be chosen by and from the electors present who shall preside at the meeting but no clerical chairman shall have a vote (except a casting vote) in the election of the Church Council.

(6)-(a) The candidates must either previously to Elections the meeting by written notice to the con- venor thereof or at the

the meeting be nominated by one elector and seconded by another.

(b) If more candidates are nominated than there are seats to be filled the election shall take place at the meeting unless a poll is demanded by at least three of the voters present at the meeting.

(c) At every election each elector on the roll shall have as many votes as there are per- sons to be elected but may not give more than one vote to any one candidate.

(d) Where an equality of votes renders a cast- ing vote necessary to decide the election it shall be given by the person presiding over the election.

(e) The result of an election shall be forthwith announced by the person presiding over the election and a notice of the result shall be affixed at or near the principal door of the church and the notice shall be left so affixed not less than fourteen days follow- ing the date of election.

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Appeals.

Appeals.

18. Any appeal against the allowance or dis- allowance of enrolment on the electoral roll or of a vote or against the report of the result of the election shall be made in writing to the incumbent within seven days after the date of publication of such allow- ance or disallowance or the publication of such result as the case may be. A commission shall be consti- tuted by the Church Council and any appeal shall be considered and decided by such two or more members of the commission as the commission shall appoint and their decision shall be final.

&

Meetings of Church Council.

Power to call meetings.

Notice of meeting.

Notice of motion.

Quorum and agenda.

Order of business.

Short notice for emergency meetings.

Appendix.

[Regs 6 & 8]

Rules of Procedure for Church Councils.

1. Every Church Council shall hold not less than four meetings in each year. Meetings shall be con- vened by the chairman and if not more than four meetings are held they shall be at quarterly intervals so far as possible.

2. The chairman may at any time convene a meet- ing of the Church Council. If he refuses or neglects to do so within seven days after a requisition for that purpose signed by not less than one-third of the mem- bers of the church council has been presented to him those members may forthwith convene a meeting.

3. Except as provided in Rule 7, at least ten clear days before any meeting of a Church Council notice. thereof specifying the time and place of the intended meeting, and signed by or on behalf of the chairman of the Church Council or the persons convening the meeting, shall be posted at or near the principal door of the church.

4. Notices of motion may be sent in writing to the secretary by any member of the Church Council at any time. Not less than seven days before the meet- ing a notice thereof specifying the time and place of the meeting signed by or on behalf of the secretary shall be sent to every member of the Church Council. Such notice shall contain the agenda of the meeting. including any motion of which notice has been received by the secretary.

5. No business shall be transacted at any meeting of a Church Council unless at least one-third of the full number of members are present thereat, and no business which is not specified in the agenda shall be transacted at any meeting except by the consent of three-quarters of the members present at the meet- ing.

6. The business of a meeting of a Church Council shall be transacted in the order set forth in the agenda unless the Church Council by resolution otherwise determine.

7. In case of sudden emergency and other special circumstances requiring immediate action by a Church Council a meeting may be convened by the chairman at not less than three days notice in writing to the members of the church council concerned, but the

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quorum for the transaction of any business at such meeting shall be a majority of the then existing mem- bers of the church council concerned and no business shall be transacted at such meeting except such as is specified in the notice convening the meeting.

8. The meetings of a Church Council shall be held Place of at such place as the Church Council may direct or in meeting. the absence of such direction as the chairman may direct.

decide.

9. Subject to the foregoing rules any motion pro- Vote of posed by any member of a Church Council present at majority to a meeting shall be submitted to the meeting and shall be decided by a majority of votes of the members present and voting thereon.

10. In case of an equal division of votes the chair- Casting man of the meeting shall have a second or casting vote.

vote.

11. The names of the members present at any Minutes. meeting of a Church Council shall be recorded in the minutes, and the names of those voting on each ques- tion on which a division is taken if the members com- posing either the majority or the minority so require shall be recorded so as to show how the vote of each member was given: Provided nevertheless that the vote on any question shall be by ballot if the meeting so decide.

12. Any meeting of a Church Council may adjourn Adjourn- its proceedings to such time as may be determined ments. at such meeting and to any place authorised under Rule 8.

Council.

13. A Church Council may appoint one of its Secretary of number to act as secretary of the Church Council without remuneration. If no member is appointed so to act the Chuch Council shall appoint some other fit person with such remuneration (if any) as it shall think fit The secretary shall have charge of the electoral roll and of all documents relating to current business of the Church Council. He shall be respon- sible for keeping the minutes and shall record all re- solutions passed by the Church Council and shall keep the secretary of the Diocesan Conference informed as to his address.

14. A Church Council shall appoint one or more Treasurer of of its number to act as treasurer solely or jointly Council. without remuneration.

15. A Church Council may appoint committees Power to for the purposes of the various branches of church appoint work in the district and may include therein persons committees. who are not members of the Church Council. The incumbent shall be a member of all committees ex officio.

16. Any question arising on the interpretation of Interpreta- these rules shall be referred to the Bishop and any tion. decision given by him or by any person appointed by him on his behalf shall be final.

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  No. 4. His Majesty the KING has not been advised to exercise his power of disallowance with respect to the following Ordinance :---

Ordinance No. 13 of 1929.--An Ordinance to amend the Offences against the

Person Ordinance, 1865.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

3rd January, 1939.

N. L. SMITH,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

  No. 5.-His Majesty the KING has been graciously pleased to approve the following appointments in the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (Civil Division): -

To be Ordinary Members of the Fourth Class or Officers:-

ALFRED HERBERT CROOK, Esq.

OSMONDE HEDWORTH FARRAR, Esq., Master, S.S. Haiching. ROBERT PERRY, Esq, Chief Officer, S.S. Haiching.

To be Ordinary Members of the Fifth Class or Members:-

FREDERICK CHARLES DUXON, Esq., Chief Engineer, S.S. Haiching. ALAN FREDERICK JOHNSON, Esq., Second Engineer, S.S. Haiching.

To be an Honorary Member of the Fifth Class or Member:

ALBERT ANTONIO DE MELLO, Esq., Third Engineer, S.S. Haiching.

3rd January, 1930.

  No. 6.- In accordance with the provisions of the Police Force Ordinance, 1900 the following appointments will take effect as from and including the 1st January 1930:-

Inspector General of Police-The Hon. Mr. EDWARD DUDLEY CORSCADEN WOLFE

C.M.G.

Divisional Superintendent, Hong Kong-Mr. PHILIP PEVERIL JOHN WODEHOUSE.

C.I.E.

Divisional Superintendent, Director Criminal Investigation-Mr. THOMAS HENRY

KING.

Divisional Superintendent, Kowloon-Mr. DONALD BURLINGHAM,

3rd January, 1930.

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  No. 7.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. NORMAN LOCKHART SMITH to act as Deputy Clerk of Councils, with effect from the 3rd January, 1930.

3rd January, 1930.

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No. 8.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under the provisions of Statute 4 of the Second Schedule of the University Ordinance, 1911, Ordinance No. 10 of 1911, to nominate Mr. THOMAS HENRY ROBERT SHAW as a member of the Court of the University of Hong Kong for a period of three years, with effect from 23rd November, 1929.

3rd January, 1930.

  No. 9.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. GEOFFREY ROBLEY SAYER to be Head of the Sanitary Department and Registrar of Births and Deaths, with effect from the 3rd January, 1930.

3rd January, 1930.

NOTICES.

STAMP OFFICE.

  No. 10.-It is hereby notified that architects', barristers', dentists' (whether registered as dental surgeons or exempted persons), medical practitioners', pharmaceu- tical chemists', and solicitors' certificates to practise for 1930, as required by section 21 of the Stamp Ordinance, 1921, may be obtained from the Stamp Office on payment of the Stamp Duty of $25.

3rd January, 1930.

C. McI. MESSER,

Collector.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

No. 11. The following addition to the Register of Medical Practitioners entitled to practise Medicine in this Colony, published in Government Notification No. 242 of the 6th May, 1929, pursuant to the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1884, is published for general information:-

PERSON QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE.

NAME.

Keisho Kiyohara.

ADDRESS.

QUALIFICATION,

DATE OF QUALIFICATION

No. 3, Wood Road, (3rd floor), Wanchai.

Igakushi (Bachelor of Medicine of the

Imperial University of Tokyo).

30th March, 1925.

31st December, 1929.

A. R. WELLINGTON, Director of Medical & Sanitary Services.

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No. 12.

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE REVENUE AND EXPEN

Revenue

Estimates.

Heads of Revenue.

1929.

Revenue from 1st to 30th September,

1929.

for same period of preceding

Actual Revenue to

Revenue

for same

year.

30th September, 1929.

period of

preceding

year.

Light Dues

$

-€9

3

C.

$

C.

$

141,000

11,926.13

9,841.17

C.

108,165.78

$

C.

104,014.47

Do.,

Special Assess-

ment

173,000

14,281.88

11,762.19

130,176.40

124,388.19

Licences

and

Internal

Revenue not otherwise

specified

15,399,150

897,115.73

981,034.92

10,976,151.21. 11,409,037.02

Fees of Court or Office

Payments for specific

purposes, and Reim-

bursements in Aid....

1,930,550

105,885.82

119,286.31 1,449,117.47 1,466,616.11

Post Office

930,000

77,357.03

71,349.57

694,266.36

723,523.11

Kowloon-Canton Railway...

808,300

72,080.92

90,582.84 678,191.46 639,389.10

Rent of Government Pro-

perty, Land and Houses...

1,310,200

36,076.35

37,642.21

918,736.45 855,157.76

Interest

200,000

1,947.53

7.717.20

225,175.07

171,568.00

Miscellaneous Receipts......

386,400

23,563.57

25,970.17 476,203.99 421,435.68

Total (exclusive of Land

Sales)

21,278,600 1,240,234.90

1,355,186.58 15,656,184.19

15,915,134.44

Land Sales (Premia on New

Leases)

1,000,000

112,152.73

252,484 91 1,340,100.34 1,125,341.51

TOTAL.........$ 22,278,600 1,352,387.69 1,607,671.49 16,996,284.53

16,996,284.53 17,040,475.95

24th December, 1929.

TREASURY.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 3, 1930. 29

Actual Expenditure

to 30th September, 1929.

Expenditure for same period of preceding

year.

DITURE FOR THE PERIOD ENDED 30TH SEPTEMBER, 1929.

Estimates,

Heads of Expenditure.

1929.

Expenditure from 1st to 30th September,

1929.

Expenditure for same month of preceding

year.

C

$

C.

$ C.

$ C.

$ C.

H. E. the Governor

103,363

8,254.15

6,882.78

74,882.18

82,461,66

Cadet Service

365,565

26,168.84

22,780.91

233,624.48

243,346.72

Senior Clerical and Ac-

counting Staff

220,103

19,919.30

11,304.20

148,712.92

115,953.52

Junior Clerical Service

726,021

53,468.47

53.947.27

500,515.34

471,763.19

Colonial Secretary's Office

and Legislature

41,198

3,363.71

3,143.47

29,544.24

35,087.56

Secretariat for Chinese

Affairs

13,180

752.49

668.56

8,594.29

7,210.22

Treasury

16,160

926.31

252.36

11,942.08

7,348.58

Audit Department

46.781

5,110.36

2,696.79

35,282.02

33,814.58

District Office, North

23,299

1,257.30

1,259.56

14,160.08

16,997.20

Do.,

South

13,252

891.06

766.34

6,023.13

7,061.58

Post Office

307,140

16,346.83

16,966.19

196,740.07

145,498.32

Imports

and Exports

Office

Royal Observatory

753,746

55,447.54

58,565.57

495,400.34

552,423.51

Harbour Department

782,132

57,535.89

91,183.73

568,529.72

545,002.19

38,306

2.777.04

2,416.97

25,210.10

25,980.72

Fire Brigade......

250,286

11,751.28

13,298.58

152,516.23

149,792.18

Supreme Court....

143,043

10,484.86

9,472.29

102,991.56

100,438.53

Attorney General.

22,713

3,074.18

3,392.20

27,910.27

25,879.44

Crown Solicitor's Office

33,988

2,727.48

2,572.95

26,188.98

28,677.48

Official Receiver

10,175

840.03

625.64

7,581.16

7,369.38

Land Office

24,976

2,279.99

1,901.45

19,145.37

22,160.83

Magistracy, Hong Kong...

2,264

170.54

237.08

1,328.78

1,384.56

Do., Kowloon

2,132

167.02

160.15

1,449.65

1,401.54

Police Force.

1,967,352

156,807.22

141,822.92

1,471,459.15

1,497,876.63

Prisons Department.

548,364

40,614.06

51,347.36

374,603.92

363,316.62

Medical Department

970,350

65,752.83

61,141.21

657,414.59

591,630.06

Sanitary Department

821,501

58,557,57

44,193.32

507,587.15

434,705.69

Botanical and Forestry

Department

100,884

6,158.04

8,002.18

69,355.13

70,381.25

Education Department

1,259,827

104,472.15

88,315.45

882,209.00

839,878,41

Public Works Department.

1,649,897

113,788.57

96,516.83

1,352,300,53

981,402.39

Do.,

Recurrent....

1,689,050

87,122.33

87,274.76

820,355.77

817,611.76

,

Do., Extraordinary.

3,419,605

97,829.10

105,849.25

831,128.49

Kowloon-Canton Railway.

811,644

57,431.82

114,546.54

486,133.21

1,026,038.66

570,990.85

Volunteer Defence Corps.

103,358

5,036.35

5,705.38

44.989.69

66,654.12

Military Contribution ...

3,988,388

316,351.08

304,829.76

2,372,714.37

2,833,302.84

Miscellaneous Services

1,246,743

92,836.24

148,379.81

972,555,54

811,289.44

Charitable Services ...

103,566

1,675.12

1,520.97

61,388.39

40,654.64

Charge on Account of

Public Debt

1,332,298

...

Pensions

847,000

71,793.92

49,512.75

486,317.59 601,067.24 538,851.04

421,574.48

TOTAL...

24,799,650 $

1,559,941.07 1,613,453.53 | 14,679,852.75

14,679,852.75 14,533,212.37

C. McI. MESSER,

Treasurer.

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No. 13.-Financial Statement for the month of September, 1929.

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE.

TREASURY.

Balance of Assets and Liabilities on 31st August, 1929 Revenue from 1st to 30th September, 1929.

Expenditure from 1st to 30th September, 1929

$ 10,615,619.03

1,352,387.69

$ 11,968,006.72 1,559,941.07

Balance

$ 10,408,065.65

Assets and Liabilities on the 30th September, 1929.

LIABILITIES.

ASSETS.

Deposits not Available

Postal Agencies

Coal Account

Suspense Account

Suspense Trade Loan

$

C.

1,152,636.28

Subsidiary Coins.......

5,897.60

Advances

6,488.54

Building Loans

537,093.98

Imprest

$

C.

1,966,973.31

154,220.87

1,400,259.30

55,261.54

Overdraft Trade Loan

828,115.13 House Service Account

2,657,907.09† Joint Colonial Account

40,270.58

4,149,677.40

Crown Agents, Current Account..

Adjustment of Exchange

79.83

350,221.43

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

Unallocated Stores, (Railway)

508,642.66

149,880.42

Investment Account

1,464,410.22

Lorry Haulage Account

7,336.67

Fixed Deposit Account

1,600,000.00

Balance at Banks........

963,550.34

Trade Loan, Outstanding

3,486,022.22

Total Liabilities

Balance...

5,538,439.88

10,408,065.65

TOTAL.........$ 15,946,505,53

TOTAL.........$

15,946,505.53

† Joint Colonial Account......... £402,000 Os. Od.

24th December, 1929.

C. McI. MESSER,

Treasurer.

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OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

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  No. 14.-It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909 :-

Number of

Marks.

Date of Registration.

Names and Addresses of Owners.

Period of Renewal.

Classes in

which renewed.

File Nos.

No. 126 of 1916.

3rd January, 1916.

Price's (China), Limited, 4,

Peking Road, Shanghai.

3rd January,

47

1944.

325 of 1929.

Nos. 46, 47, 48 & 49 of 1916.

28th December, 1915.

Li Man Hing Kwok Weaving 28th December, and Manufacturing Company, 1943. Limited, Hong Kong.

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323 of 1929.

2nd January, 1930.

E. L. AGASSIZ, Registrar of Trade Marks.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

  No. 15. It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909 :----

Number of Marks.

Date of Registration.

Names and Addresses of Owners.

Period of Renewal.

Classes in which

File Nos.

renewed.

Nos. 148A, 148, 30th September, Reiss Brothers (1923), Limited, 30th September,

148F, 148G,

1887.

50, Princess Street, Manches-

ter, England.

1943.

148н, 1481 and

148T of 1887.

No. 148A XXIII of 1887.

Do.

Do.

23

220 of 1929.

Do.

24

Do.

Do.

Do.

34

Do.

No. 184A XXXIV of 1887.

Do.

2nd January, 1930.

E. L. AGASSIZ,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

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OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

   No. 16.-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 4th February, 1930, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before that date:-

Number of Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietors.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

File No.

No. 179 of 1901.

Lea & Perrins, Midland Road, near Shrub

Hill, Worcester, England.

31st December, 1929.

324 of 1929.

3rd January, 1930.

E. L. AGASSIZ, Registrar of Trade Marks.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

No. 17.-His Majesty the KING has not been advised to exercise his power of disallowance with respect to the following Ordinance :-

Ordinance No. 14 of 1929.-An Ordinance to amend the law relating to acces-

sories to and abettors of indictable offences.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

9th January, 1930.

N. L. SMITH,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

No. 18.--It is hereby notified that Mr. MICHAEL JAMES BREEN resumed duty as Postmaster General on 6th December, 1929.

10th January, 1930.

No. 19. It is hereby notified that Lieutenant-Colonel FREDERICK EAVES, D.S.O., resumed duties as Assistant Land Officer and Deputy Registrar of Marriages, on 3rd January, 1930.

9th January, 1930.

No. 20.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. WILLIAM SPRAGUE to be an Assistant Government Marine Surveyor (Ship Surveyor), Harbour Department, with effect from 3rd January, 1930.

9th January, 1930.

No. 21. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Colonel ROBERT BRUCE SKINNER, O.B.E., and Mr. EDWARD MERCER MOON, M.I.C.E., to be Members of the Authorised Architects' Committee.

9th January, 1930.

NOTICES.

No. 22.-With reference to Government Notification No. 5 of the 3rd January,

1930.

For,

To be Ordinary Members of the Fifth Class or Members:-

Read,

*

*

*

*

ALAN FREDERICK JOHNSON, Esq., Second Engineer, S.S. Haiching.

To be Ordinary Members of the Fifth Class or Members :-

*

*

*

*

*

ALAN FREDERICK JOHNSON, Esq., Second Officer, S.S. Haiching.

10th January, 1930.

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COLONIAL SECRETARY's DEPARTMENT.

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No. 23.-With reference to Goverument Notification No. 561 of 1929, His Excel- lency the Governor has been pleased, under section 3 (2) of the Vaccination Ordinance, 1923, Ordinance No. 12 of 1923, to authorise the following additional persons to perform vaccinations :-

Y. W. C. A. Division.

Tsin Tak-yun.

錢德潤

Chan Yui-kit

陳銳潔

Li Wai-kwan

李惠君

Yam Kit-ching

任貞潔

Victoria Nursing Division.

Cheung Wai-foon

張惠歡

Lee Sau-long

李秀芳

Lee Tun-yung

李端容

Wong Shing-tsik

Liu Yuk-wah

Cha Fuk-yin

Tang Chun......

Un King-kwong

King's College Division.

黃成績 廖毓華 朱福賢 鄧春 袁景光

Yung Yun-man

容民潤

Cheung Lai-tat

張禮達

Tam Sun

Un King-ming

譚燊 袁景明

Hiu Shing-kai

許勝溪

Law Chak-lun

羅澤倫

Ho Chok-nam..

何作楠

Chui Lai-fun

崔禮芬

Tse Yin-hon

謝賢漢

Chan Chi-sun..

陳志燊

Lam Tat-hung

林達雄

Au Man-so

Lai Yu-piu

Li Chor-kin

Kwok Pun-kwong

Tam Tsoi

Li Shun-man

歐文蘇 黎裕標

李礎

郭品光

譚才

李順民

Lau Yuk-wO

劉旭和

Wong Kai-hong...

黃啟康

Chan Chun-yip

陳駿業

Li Chuen

Kwan Tak

李荃

關德

W. T. SOUTHORN,

10th January, 1930.

Colonial Secretary.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 10, 1930.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

COMPENSATION FOR ENEMY ACTION.

Final Date for Lodging of Claims.

No. 24. The Government of Hong Kong announce that ex gratia awards in res- pect of claims by British nationals belonging to Hong Kong are now being made.

   Attention is particularly directed to the fact that all claims not already lodged must be received by the 31st of March, 1931, at the Colonial Secretary's Office, Hong Kong, or, failing this, by the Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies, Colonial Office, London, S.W.1, and that no claim not received by that date will be considered.

   Application for further information should be made to the Colonial Secretary's Office, Hong Kong, or, failing this, to the Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies.

Claims by surviving dependants in respect of loss of life of men serving with the armed forces of the Crown are ineligible to rank as claims against reparation moneys.

10th January, 1930.

W. T. SOUTHORN,

Colonial Secretary.

SUPREME COURT.

No. 25. It is hereby notified for general information that, pursuant to section 5 of the Criminal Procedure Ordinance, 1899, 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 20th day of January, 1930, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon.

10th January, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE, Registrar.

DISTRICT OFFICE, South.

No. 26. It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Government has been registered according to law in respect of Tsing I Island, Demarcation District No. 436 Lot No. 565.

9th January, 1930.

J. A. FRASER, District Officer, Southern District.

DISTRICT OFFICE, SOUTH.

No. 27.-It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Government has been registered according to law in respect of Tsing I Island, Demarcation District No. 436 Lot No. 566.

9th January, 1930.

J. A. FRASER,

District Officer, Southern District.

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ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

No. 28. Extract of Meteorological Observations made at the Royal Observatory, Hong Kong, during the month of December, 1929.

BARO-

METER

TEMPERATURE.

HUMIDITY.

DATE.

AT

M.S.L. Max. Mean. Min.

Rel.

Abs.

CLOUDINESS.

WIND.

SUN-

SHINE.

RAIN.

Mean Mean Dir. Vel.

Miles

December

ins.

о

p. e.

ins.

p. e.

brs.

ins.

Points.

p.h.

I,

30.17 69.I

66.9

64.7

76

0.50

65

5.1

ENE

21.5

2.

.20

68.9 73.0

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65.6

60.4

54.0

65

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II.0

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69.3

I

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67.4 74.1

64.5 61.4 73

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9,

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6.7

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65.0

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29.99

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69.7 67.0

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6.2

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48.8 44.4

61

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6.2

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24,

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61.3

54.0

44.8

60

58 .25

+.6

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4.8

25,

.17

64.9

61.8

69 57.7

.38

82

6.3

ENE

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26,

.07 70.7

65.3 62.6

77

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75

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5.4

14.8

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73.2 68.7 65.6 70

•49

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E

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74.0 70.2

66.6

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82

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68.5

63.9 61.6 86

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N by W

3.2

30,

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64.0

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63.0

61.6 58.9 86 86 59.5 57.1

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5.0

100

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1.9

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30.11

68.8

64-7 60.9 78

68 0.49

143.0

0.420

E by N

I 1.0

MEANS AND EXTREMES FOR DECEMBER :-

 Maximum,... Normals, Minimum,

30.24 71.2 66.2

82 62.4

0.49

              249.7 67.7 30.16

62.9 58.7 67 0.40 54 174.5 30.08 63.7 58.8 54.0 55

21 0.29

80

71.9

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1.013

0.000

15.1

ENE

11.8

9.I

The rainfall for the month of December at the Botanical Gardens was Qins. 59 on 8 days, at the Matilda Hospital, Mount Kellett, it was (ins. 57 on 9 days, at the Royal Hong Kong Golf Club, Fanling, it was Oins. 22 on 6 days, at the Royal Naval Hospital, Hong Kong, it was (ins. 36 on 6 days, and at the Police Station, Taipo, it was (ins. ·63 on 5 days.

The lowest reading of the barometer (M.S.L.) was 29ins. 837 at 15h. on the 15th. The maximum gust velocity, as recorded by the Dines-Baxendell anemograph, was at the rate of 36 miles per hour at 12h. 59m. on the 1st and at 6h. 47m. on the 18th.

T. F. CLAXTON, Director.

10th January, 1930.

38

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 10, 1930.

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 29.-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 the 31st December, 1929.

No. OF

DATE.

CERTIFI-

CATE.

NAME.

GRADE.

1929.

Jan. 31 4695

Barkus, Robert Leo

Feb. 5 4696 6 4697

15 4698 26 4699

Mar. 12 4700

12

4701

18 4702

April 3

4703

May 8

15 4704

4705 9 4706

4707

22 4708

Piggott, Albert John.......... Archibald, David James

Paul, William Blake Ballantyne Duncan, Stewart

Blaquiere, Harold Coates Jannings, Frederick William Fant, John

McKinlay, John

Hunter, Gilbert Yeoman Lawson... McLaren, John Herbert...

Fraser, William Stuart

Meik, Harold Arthur Percival Baker, Charles Alfred Norman Keay, James Brown Appleton, Frederick

Ellis, Thomas Albert. Rees, John ...

22 4709

June 1

4710

5

4711

25 4712

July 2

4713

Perry, Robert

2

4714

16

4715

30 4716

31 4717

Aug. 20 4718 Sept. 13

 4719 16 4720

Christie, William Mackenzie Ferguson, Alasdair Kirkpatrick, John Stewart Craig, James Douglas Rochester, William Thompson.. Brown, Wilfred ........ Thomson, Edward James Kneen, Richard Arthur... Morpeth, John Burton

Orde, Thomas Alfred

Glass, Andrew Edward Carr

24 4721

Oct. 1

4722

23

4723

Collings, Cyril

23

4724

Hood, William

30

4725

31 4726

Nov. 6 4727

6 4728

12 4729

19 4730

19 4731

22 4732

26 4733 26 4734 Dec. 3 4735

Bingham, Norman Frederick Ashby Cartner, Alfred Corrie

Ramsay, George Turner Mitchell... Hankin, Edward John

Brown, Arthur Barter Sprintall, William James

Cairns, Hector John

Stewart, Murdoch..........

Hay, Robert

3 3 4737

4736

Barron, Frank Sidney

Strapps, Charles George

11 4738

24

17 4739 4740

Mitchell, Thomas Laidlaw. de Candia, Salvatore Sanguinetti, Edmund Neville

Haughton

2nd Class Engineer.

1st Mate, Fore & Aft. 2nd Class Engineer. Master, S.S.

Master, S.S.

Master, S.S.

Master, S.S.

Master, S.S.

Master, S.S.

1st Mate, S.S. Master, S.S.

2nd Class Engineer. 1st Mate, S.S. Master, S.S.

1st Class Engineer. 1st Class Engineer. Master, S.S. 1st Mate, S.S. Master, S.S. Master, S.S.

1st Class Engineer. 1st Mate, S.S. 1st Class Engineer. Master, S.S.

2nd Class Engineer. 1st Mate, S.S. Master, S.S. Master, S.S. 1st Mate, S.S. Master, S.S.

1st Class Engineer. 1st Class Engineer. 1st Mate, S.S.

1st Mate, S.S.

1st Mate, S.S. Master, S.S.

2nd Class Engineer. 1st Class Engineer. Master, S.S.

2nd Class Engineer. 1st Mate, S.S. Master, S.S.

2nd Class Engineer. 1st Class Engineer. Master, S.S.

Master, S.S.

?

*

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LIST OF MASTERS, MATES, AND ENGINEERS,-Continued.

DATE.

No. of CERTIFI-

CATE.

NAME.

1929.

Dec. 24

4741

Jenkins, Percival

24 4742

24

4743

Ridley, John Wilson Gosby, Herbert Jaques

9th January, 1930.

GRADE.

Master, S.S.

1st Class Engineer. 1st Class Engineer.

G. F. HOLE,

Harbour Master, &c.

SUPREME COURT.

39

No. 30.-It is hereby notified that, at the expiration of three months from the date hereof The GRAECO EGYPTIAN TOBACCO STORE, LIMITED will, unless cause is shewn to the contrary, be struck off the register and the company will be dissolved.

9th January, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

No. 31. The following addition to the Register of Medical Practitioners entitled to practise Medicine in this Colony, published in Government Notification No. 242 of the 6th May, 1929, pursuant to the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1884, is published for general information :--

PERSON QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

Kwok Ying Kong

(郭應剛)

242, Queen's Road East, Second floor.

9th January, 1930.

QUALIFICATION,

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

DATE OF QUALIFICATION

December, 1929.

A. R. WELLINGTON,

Director of Medical & Sanitary Services.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 10, 1930.

LIST OF MASTERS, MATES, AND ENGINEERS,-Continued.

DATE.

No. of CERTIFI-

CATE.

NAME.

1929.

Dec. 24

4741

Jenkins, Percival

24 4742

24

4743

Ridley, John Wilson Gosby, Herbert Jaques

9th January, 1930.

GRADE.

Master, S.S.

1st Class Engineer. 1st Class Engineer.

G. F. HOLE,

Harbour Master, &c.

SUPREME COURT.

39

No. 30.-It is hereby notified that, at the expiration of three months from the date hereof The GRAECO EGYPTIAN TOBACCO STORE, LIMITED will, unless cause is shewn to the contrary, be struck off the register and the company will be dissolved.

9th January, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

No. 31. The following addition to the Register of Medical Practitioners entitled to practise Medicine in this Colony, published in Government Notification No. 242 of the 6th May, 1929, pursuant to the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1884, is published for general information :--

PERSON QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

Kwok Ying Kong

(郭應剛)

242, Queen's Road East, Second floor.

9th January, 1930.

QUALIFICATION,

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

DATE OF QUALIFICATION

December, 1929.

A. R. WELLINGTON,

Director of Medical & Sanitary Services.

40

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 10, 1930.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

   No. 32. It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909:-

Number of

Marks.

Date of Registration.

Names and Addresses of Owners.

Period of Renewal.

Classes in which renewed.

File: Nos.

No. 50 of 1916.

5th January, 1916.

The Union Trading Company

5th January,

1944.

No. 177 of 1901.

6th December, 1901.

Limited, York Building, Hong Kong.

A. S. Watson and Company 6th December,

Limited, of Alexandra Build-

ing, Des Voeux Road Central, Victoria in the Colony of Hong Kong.

1943.

9th January, 1930.

3333

37

326

of 1929.

N

290

of 1929.

E. L. AGASSIZ, Registrar of Trade Marks.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF PATENTS.

No. 33. Notice is hereby given that the following United Kingdom Patents have been registered under the provisions of the United Kingdom Patents Ordinance, 1925:-

No. and date of grant.

Date as of which sealed.

Present owner.

Nature of Invention.

Date of Registration.

No. 241,211 8th April,

1927.

9th October,

1924.

British Dardelet Threadlock, An Improved Self-lock- 9th January,

(D.D.G.) Corporation,

ing Nut and Bolt.

1930.

Limited, of 42, Kings-

way, London, W.C.2,

England.

No. 242,299 29th April, 1927.

30th October,

Do.

1924.

Improvements in or relating to Screws,

Do.

Bolts and Nuts.

No. 280,556 10th August, 1928.

9th November, 1926.

Do.

Improved Means for

Connecting Tubes.

Do.

and the like.

9th January, 1930.

E. L. AGASSIZ,

Registrar of Patents.

42

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 17, 1930.

APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

  No. 34.--It is hereby notified that Commander JOSEPHI BERNARD NEWILL, D.S.O., R.N., (Retired), resumed duty as Deputy Harbour Master on 3rd January, 1930.

14th January, 1930.

No. 35.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under section 4 of the Midwives Ordinance, 1910, Ordinance No. 22 of 1910, to re-appoint Dr. EDWARD WILFRED KIRK to be a Member of the Midwives Board for a term of three years, with effect from the 9th January, 1930.

17th January, 1930.

No. 36.-His Excellency the Governor has, under instructions from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, been pleased to recognise Senor Don GUSTAVO LUDDERS DE NEGRI, Mexican Consul-General in London, as being in addition Mexican Consul-General for Hong Kong.

17th January, 1930.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 37. With reference to Government Notification No. 124 of the 5th May, 1911, it is hereby notified for general information that notice was given to the Japanese Government on the 7th of June, 1929, of the desire of II. M. Government that the modi- fications of the Anglo-Japanese Treaty of Commerce and Navigation of 1911 made by the Supplementary Convention of 30th July, 1925, should apply, in accordance with Article 4 of the latter, to the territory under this administration; and the notification was acknowledged by the Japanese Minister for Foreign Affairs on the 20th of July, 1929. The application of the modified treaty is accordingly effective from 7th June, 1929.

17th January, 1930.

W. T. SOUTHorn,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 38. It is hereby notified that the undermentioned street will in future be known by the name indicated against it:

DESCRIPTION.

PROPOSED NAME.

CHINESE VERSION.

Street commencing at the North corner of H.I.L. No. 256, and running in an Easterly direction, terminating at its junction with new road at the North-east corner of H.H.I.L. 257

17th January, 1930.

Dyer Avenue.

戴亞街

W. T. SOUTHORN,

Colonial Secretary.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 17, 1930.

43

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

   No. 39.-It is hereby notified that the undermentioned streets will in future be known by the names indicated against them :-

ITEM.

I

2

DESCRIPTION.

PROPOSED NAMES.

CHINESE VERSION.

Street commencing at Nathan Road at the North-west corner of K.I.L. 2111, and running in a North-easterly direction, terminating at its junction with Prince Edward Road, East of K.L.L. 1727

Street commencing at Austin Road at K.I.L. 360, about 60 lin. yds., West of Shanghai Street, and running in a Northerly direc- tion on the line of Reclamation Street, terminating at the North end of K.I.Ls. 1696 and 1697

Nullah Road. 水渠道

Reclamation

新填地街

Street.

3

4

Street being a continuation of Battery Street in a Southerly direction, commencing at Jordan Road at the North-west corner of K.I.L. 1654, and terminating at its junc- tion with Austin Road, West of K.L.L. 997 ...

Street commencing at Battery Street at the North-west corner of K.I L. 1696, and running in an Easterly direction, termi- nating at its junction with Shanghai Street at the North-east corner of K.I.L. 1698

17th January, 1930.

Battery Street.

炮台街

Min Street.

閩街

W. T. SOUTHORN,

Colonial Secretary.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF PATENTS.

No. 40. It is hereby notified that the UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY, a Corpo- ration duly organized and existing under the Laws of the State of New Jersey one of the United States of America of 1790, Broadway, New York, United States of America, has by assignment become proprietor of Hong Kong Letters Patent No. 17 of 1923.

14th January, 1930.

E. L. AGASSIZ,

Registrar of Patents.

44 THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 17, 1930.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

   No. 41.-The following addition to the Register of Medical Practitioners entitled to practise Medicine in this Colony, published in Government Notification No. 242 of the 6th May, 1929, pursuant to the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1884, is published for general information :---

PERSON QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

Kirk, Edward Wilfrid

China Building, (4th Floor).

11th January, 1930.

QUALIFICATION,

Doctor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery; Fellow of Royal College of Surgeons,

Edinburgh.

DATE OF QUALIFICATION

December, 1908.

A. R. WELLINGTON,

Director of Medical & Sunitary Services.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 42.-It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909:--

Number of Marks.

Date of Registration.

Names and Addresses of Owners.

Period of Renewal.

Classes in which renewed.

File Nos.

No. 32 of 1916.

17th January, 1916.

Standard Oil Company of New York, No. 26, Broadway, in the Borough of Manhattan, in the City and County of New York, United States of America.

17th January,

17

1944.

346 of 1929.

5

Nos. 152A, 152B, 17th January,

152c, 152D,

1888.

John Shaw and Sons, of Halifax,

York, England.

Do.

34

345 of 1929.

152E and 152F

of 1888.

16th January, 1930.

E. L. AGASSIZ,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

i

ѝ

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 17, 1930.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF PATENTS.

45

  No. 43.- Notice is hereby given that the following United Kingdom Patent has been registered under the provisions of the United Kingdom Patents Ordinance, 1925:-

No, and date

of grant.

Date as of which sealed.

Present owner.

Nature of invention.

Date of registration,

No. 309,301 27th June, 1929.

2nd April, 1928.

15th January, 1930.

Edward Fraser Rochefort Holroyd and Breves, Limited, both of 2, Basil Street, Knightsbridge, London, S.W., England.

An Illuminating Device for Glass and the like Ornaments.

15th Jan., 1930.

E. L. AGASSIZ,

Registrar of Patents.

48 THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 24, 1930.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 44.

   Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 27 of the Arms and Ammunition Ordinance, 1900, Ordinance No. 2 of 1900, on the 21st day of January 1930.

   The regulation made by the Governor in Council under the Arms and Ammunition. Ordinance, 1900, and set forth on page 264 of the Regulations of Hong Kong, 1844- 1925, under the heading "Ammunition

Ammunition ", is hereby rescinded.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

21st January, 1930.

M

NOTE. The rescinded regulation is now, in effect, embodied in Ordinance No. 2 of 1900 by virtue of Ordinance No. 32 of 1929.

No. 45.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, No. I.

Thursday, 2nd January, 1930, at 2.30 p.m.

PRESENT:

HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR

(Sir CECIL CLEMENTI, K.C.M.G.).

His Excellency the General Officer Commanding the Troops, (Major-General JAMES

WALTER SANDILANDS, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O.).

The Honourable the Colonial Secretary, (Mr. WILFRID THOMAS SOUTHORN, C.M.G.).

""

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""

""

the Attorney General, (Sir JOSEPH HORSFORD KEMP, Kt., K.C., C.B.E.). the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, (Mr. EDWIN RICHARD HALLIFAX,

C.M.G., C.B.E.).

the Colonial Treasurer, (Mr. CHARLES MCILVAINE MESSER, O.B.E.).

Mr. HAROLD THOMAS CREASY, C.B.E., (Director of Public Works). Mr. EDWARD DUDLEY CORSCADEN WOLFE, C.M.G., (Inspector General

of Police).

Commander GEORGE FRANCIS HOLE, R.N. (Retired), (Harbour Master). Dr. ARTHUR ROBARTES WELLINGTON, (Director of Medical and Sanitary

Services).

48 THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 24, 1930.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 44.

   Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 27 of the Arms and Ammunition Ordinance, 1900, Ordinance No. 2 of 1900, on the 21st day of January 1930.

   The regulation made by the Governor in Council under the Arms and Ammunition. Ordinance, 1900, and set forth on page 264 of the Regulations of Hong Kong, 1844- 1925, under the heading "Ammunition

Ammunition ", is hereby rescinded.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

21st January, 1930.

M

NOTE. The rescinded regulation is now, in effect, embodied in Ordinance No. 2 of 1900 by virtue of Ordinance No. 32 of 1929.

No. 45.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, No. I.

Thursday, 2nd January, 1930, at 2.30 p.m.

PRESENT:

HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR

(Sir CECIL CLEMENTI, K.C.M.G.).

His Excellency the General Officer Commanding the Troops, (Major-General JAMES

WALTER SANDILANDS, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O.).

The Honourable the Colonial Secretary, (Mr. WILFRID THOMAS SOUTHORN, C.M.G.).

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""

""

the Attorney General, (Sir JOSEPH HORSFORD KEMP, Kt., K.C., C.B.E.). the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, (Mr. EDWIN RICHARD HALLIFAX,

C.M.G., C.B.E.).

the Colonial Treasurer, (Mr. CHARLES MCILVAINE MESSER, O.B.E.).

Mr. HAROLD THOMAS CREASY, C.B.E., (Director of Public Works). Mr. EDWARD DUDLEY CORSCADEN WOLFE, C.M.G., (Inspector General

of Police).

Commander GEORGE FRANCIS HOLE, R.N. (Retired), (Harbour Master). Dr. ARTHUR ROBARTES WELLINGTON, (Director of Medical and Sanitary

Services).

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 24, 1930.

The Honourable Sir HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, Kt., K.C.

Sir SHOUSON CHOW, Kt.

Mr. ROBERT HORMUS KOTEWALL, C.M.G., LL.D.

Mr. ARTHUR CECIL HYNES.

Mr. JOHN OWEN HUGHES.

""

Mr. WILLIAM EDWARD LEONARD SHENTON.

""

Mr. JOSÉ PEDRO BRAGA.

"

Mr. Ts'o SEEN-WAN, O.B.E., LL.D.

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Mr. EDWARD IRVINE WYNNE-JONES, (Deputy Clerk of Councils).

1. The Council met pursuant to adjournment. His Excellency the Governor

occupied the Chair.

MINUTES.

2. The Minutes of the Meeting held on the 19th December, 1929, were confirmed.

ANNOUNCEMENTS.

3. Standing Law Committee.--His Excellency the Governor appointed the follow- ing to be Members of the Standing Law Committee:-The Hon. Attorney General (Chairman), the Hon. Colonial Treasurer, the Hon. Sir HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, Kt., K.C., the Hon. Mr. ROBERT HORMUS KOTEWALL, C.M.G., LL.D., and the Hon. Mr. WILLIAM EDWARD LEONARD SHENTON.

His Excellency also wished all members and through them the whole Colony a

happy, peaceful and prosperous New Year.

PAPERS.

4. The following papers were laid on the table :--

The Director of Air Services to be the duly competent authority to grant, renew and validate licences referred to in Schedule V to the Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories) Order, 1927.

Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 5 of the Ferries

Ordinance, 1917, on 13th December, 1929.

Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 4 of the Stamp

Ordinance, 1921, on 19th December, 1929.

Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Vehicles

and Traffic Regulation Ordinance, 1912, on 16th December, 1929. Standing Orders of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong.

QUESTIONS.

5. The Hon. Mr. J. P. BRAGA, pursuant to notice, asked the following questions:--

1. Will the Honourable Director of Public Works lay on the table of this Council, at the earliest convenient date, a full report, supplemented by a plan, on the scheme for improving the approach to the "Star" Ferry. Pier at Kowloon Point, showing-

(i) any proposed change in the position of-

(a) the ricksha coolie shelter, and

(b) the adjoining public convenience;

(ii) the provision, if any, of parking spaces for-

(a) attended, and

(b) unattended motor-cars and motor-cycles ;

(iii) an improved arrangement for parking public motor-buses?

A

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 24, 1930.

2. What is the estimated cost of the scheme and the period required for its

completion?

3. Will the Government include the proposed scheme in the list of urgent Public Works Extraordinary and ask for a supplementary vote from the Finance Committee of this Council to defray its cost and with a view to inviting tenders for carrying it out with as little delay as possible?

The Colonial Secretary replied as follows:---

1. Fresh proposals for the layout of the approach to the Star Ferry Pier at Kowloon Point are under consideration at the present time. A meeting on the site between representatives of the Police department and the Kowloon Residents Association took place on the 9th December, 1929, after which the Kowloon Residents Association representatives stated that they would send in a fresh plan showing the proposed improve- ments which would be a modification of a plan submitted previously. This plan has not yet been received. It is proposed to issue à Sessional Paper on this matter as early as possible.

2. This information cannot be given until the scheme is settled.

3. This question will not arise until the scheme has been approved.

REPORTS OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE.

6. The Colonial Secretary laid on the table the Reports of the Finance Committee (Nos. 18 and 19), dated 19th December, 1929, and 30th December, 1929, respectively, and moved their adoption.

The Colonial Treasurer seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

MOTIONS.

7. Opium Amendment Bill.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the First reading of a Bill intituled "An Ordinance to amend further the Opium Ordinance, 1923."

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

8. Printers and Publishers Amendment Bill.--The Attorney General moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled "An Ordinance to amend the Printers and Publishers Ordinance, 1927."

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question---put and agreed to.

Bill read a second time.

Council in Committee on the Bill.

In clause 1 the figures 1930 were substituted for 1929.

On Council resuming, the Attorney General reported that the Bill had passed through Committee with a formal 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.

9. Church of England Trust Bill.--The Hon. Sir HENRY E. POLLOCK, Kt., K.C. moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled "An Ordinance to incorporate a Body of Trustees capable of holding property for the purposes of the

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Church of England, and to provide for the performance of divine worship according to the rites and ceremonies of the Church of England, and, for certain objects ancillary to the aforesaid objects."

The Hon. Mr. J. OWEN HUGHES seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a second time.

Council in Committee on the Bill.

The figures 1930 were substituted for 1929 in clause 1 in, the First Schedule, in

the first regulation of the Second Schedule.

The words "from time to time" were substituted for the words "in the first

instance".

The figures 1930 were substituted for 1929 in the second line of regulation 8 and the last but one line of regulation 8, in regulation 15 of the Second Schedule, In subsection (4) of regulation 17 and on page 19, Table of Correspondence. On Council resuming, the Hon. Sir HENRY E. POLLOCK, Kt., K.C. reported that the Bill had passed through Committee with minor amendments and moved that it be read a third time.

The Hon. Mr. J. OWEN HUGHES seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a third time and passed.

ADJOURNMENT.

10. The Council then adjourned until Thursday, the 23rd day of January, 1930.

Confirmed this 23rd day of January, 1930.

N. L. SMITH, Deputy Clerk of Councils.

C. CLEMENTI, Governor.

  No. 46.-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. 3 of 1930.-An Ordinance to amend further the Opium Ordi-

nance, 1923.

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Church of England, and to provide for the performance of divine worship according to the rites and ceremonies of the Church of England, and, for certain objects ancillary to the aforesaid objects."

The Hon. Mr. J. OWEN HUGHES seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a second time.

Council in Committee on the Bill.

The figures 1930 were substituted for 1929 in clause 1 in, the First Schedule, in

the first regulation of the Second Schedule.

The words "from time to time" were substituted for the words "in the first

instance".

The figures 1930 were substituted for 1929 in the second line of regulation 8 and the last but one line of regulation 8, in regulation 15 of the Second Schedule, In subsection (4) of regulation 17 and on page 19, Table of Correspondence. On Council resuming, the Hon. Sir HENRY E. POLLOCK, Kt., K.C. reported that the Bill had passed through Committee with minor amendments and moved that it be read a third time.

The Hon. Mr. J. OWEN HUGHES seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a third time and passed.

ADJOURNMENT.

10. The Council then adjourned until Thursday, the 23rd day of January, 1930.

Confirmed this 23rd day of January, 1930.

N. L. SMITH, Deputy Clerk of Councils.

C. CLEMENTI, Governor.

  No. 46.-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. 3 of 1930.-An Ordinance to amend further the Opium Ordi-

nance, 1923.

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HONG KONG.

No. 3 OF 1930.

I assent.

C. CLEMENTI,

L.S.

Governor.

Short title. Ordinance No. 30 of 1923. Ordinance No. 7 of 1924.

Amendment

24th January, 1930.

An Ordinance to amend further the Opium

Ordinance, 1923.

[24th January, 1930.]

BE it enacted by the Governor of Hong Kong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:-

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Opium Amend- ment Ordinance, 1930; and the Opium Ordinance, 1923, the Opium Amendment Ordinance, 1924, and this Ordi- nance, may be cited together as the Opium Ordinances, 1923-1930.

2. Paragraph (b) of section 2 (1) of the Opium Ordi- of Ordinance nance, 1923, is repealed and the following paragraph is

substituted therefor :-

No. 30 of

1923,

s. 2 (1) (b).

Amendment of Ordinance No. 30 of 1923,

s. 2 (1) (d).

Amendment

of Ordinance No. 30 of 1923, s. 4 (1) as enacted by Ordinance No. 7 of 1924, s. 2.

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(b) "To export means to carry or other- wise despatch out of the Colony or to cause to be carried or despatched out of the Colony and includes the conveyance of opium out of the Colony by transit mail or any other mail and the carriage out of the Colony of opium which was carried into the Colony by water or by air and which is carried out of the Colony on the same ship or aircraft on which it was carried into the Colony with or with- out any landing or transhipment.

3. Paragraph (d) of section 2 (1) of the Opium Ordi- nance, 1923, is repealed and the following paragraph is substituted therefor :-

(d) "To import" means to carry or other- wise despatch into the Colony or to cause to be carried or otherwise despatched into the Colony and includes the conveyance of opium into the Colony by transit mail or any other mail and the carriage by water or by air into the Colony of opium which is intended to be carried out of the Colony on the same ship or aircraft on which it was carried into the Colony with or without any landing or tran- shipment.

4. Section 4 (1) of the Opium Ordinance, 1923, as enacted by section 2 of the Opium Amendment Ordi- nance, 1924, is amended by the insertion of the words "and whether it is intended that it should be imported into the Colony or not," immediately after the words "in existence or not".

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5. Section 17 of the Opium Ordinance, 1923, is repealed Repeal of and the following section is substituted therefor :--

Government

and

SO

Ordinance No. 30 of 1923, s. 17,

section.

Unlawful 17.-(1) No person shall without lawful and substitu- possession of authority or excuse have in his possession, tion of new opium labels except attached to a receptacle issued by the Superintendent and issued containing Government prepared opium, any label or wrapper of a kind used by the Superintendent for affixing to receptacles containing Govern- ment prepared opium, or any portion of any such label or wrapper.

wrappers.

(2) No person shall without lawful autho- rity or excuse have in his possession, except attached to a receptacle issued by the Super- intendent and containing the full quantity of Government prepared opium contained therein at the time of issue, any label or wrapper of a kind used by the Superintendent for affixing to receptacles containing Government pre- pared opium, unless such label or wrapper has been broken in such a way as to make it impracticable to use the label or wrapper again.

6. Section 36 of the Opium Ordinance, 1923, is repealed Repeal of and the following section is substituted therefor :-

Presump- tions.

Ordinance No. 30 of 1923, s. 36,

section.

36.-(1) Every person who is proved to and substitu- have had in his possession or under his control tion of new and thing whatsoever containing opium, or the keys of any box, drawer or other recep- tacle whatsoever containing any opium, shall until the contrary is proved be deemed to have been knowingly in possession of, and to have known the kind of, the opium therein con- tained.

(2) Every person who is proved to have had in his possession or under his control or subject to his order any document of title, including any baggage receipt or any document or thing intended to serve the purpose of a baggage receipt, relating to any thing whatsoever con- taining any opium, shall, until the contrary is proved, be deemed to have been knowingly in possession of, and to have known the kind of, the opium therein contained.

(3) The presumptions provided for in this section shall not be deemed to have been rebutted by proof that the accused never had physical possession of the opium in question.

7. Section 37 of the Opium Ordinance, 1923, is re- Repeal of pealed and the following section is substituted therefor :-

Superin-

tendent's

certificate. Schedule.

Ordinance No. 30 of 1923, s. 37,

37.-(1) A certificate in the form of the and substitu- Superintendent's Certificate set out in the tion of new Schedule, signed by the Superintendent, if it section. purports to relate to any opium, shall in any proceeding be conclusive evidence as to the facts stated therein.

(2) Any such certificate purporting to be signed by the Superintendent, or by an Assist- ant Superintendent, shall, until the contrary is proved, be deemed to have been sigued by the Superintendent, or by an Assistant Superin- tendent as the case may be.

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Addition of form of

Superin-

tendent's

Certificate to the Schedule to Ordinance No. 30 of 1923.

8. The following form of Superintendent's Certificate is added to the Schedule to the Opium Ordinance, 1923 :-

FORM NO. 5.

[s. 37.]

SUPERINTENDENT'S CERTIFICATE.

Opium Ordinance, 1923.

I,

.(Assistant) Superintendent

of Imports and Exports, hereby certify that on (date).................

.............I received personally from (name or descrip-

a sealed packet.........................

tion of officer)....

..(or as the case may be) marked

(if any special mark)...................

.which I found to

contain (nature and quantity of opium, market value, etc.)

..........and that on (date)......

I personally handed the said (quantity and nature of opium)

..to (name and description of officer)

.................in a sealed packet (or as the case

may be)............................

mark).............

Date

.........marked (if any special

(Assistant) Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

Passed the Legislative Council of Hong Kong, this 23rd day of January, 1930.

N. L. SMITH, Deputy Clerk of Councils.

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No. 47.

By-law made under section 16 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, Ordinance No. 1 of 1903.

By-law No. 8 contained in Schedule B of the Public Health and Buildings Ordi- nance, 1903, and published on pages 1569-1572 of Volume III of the Ordinances of Hong Kong 1844-1923, under the heading "Cemeteries" is hereby amended by the deletion of the words "and the written consent of the next of kin of the person buried" at the end thereof.

Made by the Sanitary Board this 23rd day of December, 1929.

J. WATSON,

Secretary.

Approved by the Legislative Council this 23rd day of January, 1930.

N. L. SMITH,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

No. 48.-His Majesty the KING has not been advised to exercise his power of disallowance with respect to the following Ordinances :-

Ordinance No. 16 of 1929.-An Ordinance to apply a sum not exceeding Twenty-two million and thirty-eight thousand eight hundred and seventy-nine Dollars to the Public Service of the year 1930.

Ordinance No. 17 of 1929.-An Ordinance to amend further the Distress for

Rent Ordinance, 1883.

Ordinance No. 23 of 1929.-An Ordinance to amend the Watchmen Ordinance,

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

23rd January, 1930.

1928.

N. L. SMITH,

Deputy Clerk of Council

APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

No. 49.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. Woo HANG- KAM to be a Member of the Board of Education for a further period of two years, with effect from the 3rd February, 1930.

24th January, 1930.

No. 50.-- His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Dr. WILLIAM I. GERRARD, O.B.E., M.D., M.R.C.P. Lond., D.P.H., to be Honorary Visiting Physician to the Government Civil Hospital, with effect from 10th October, 1929.

24th January, 1930.

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NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S Department.

No. 51.--It is hereby notified for general information that until further notice, and in the absence of any special arrangement, the charge for using the Commercial Section. of the Government Aerodrome at Kowloon Bay, including any buoy belonging thereto, will be $1 for each period of the aircraft's visit to the Colony.

24th January, 1930.

W. T. SOUTHORN,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT

No. 52.-It is hereby notified, under section 6 (3) of the Sœurs de Saint Paul de Chartres Incorporation Ordinance, 1915, that satisfactory evidence of the appointment of Mother Marguerite de Saint Paul, Nuss, to the office of Mother Superior in this Colony of the said Society, in succession to Sister (or Mother) Felicie, in the said Ordi- nance named, deceased, and in her stead, has been furnished to His Excellency the Governor by the said Mother Marguerite de Saint Paul, Nuss.

W. T. SOUTHORN,

Colonial Secretary.

24th January, 1930.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

No. 53.

Sunrise and Sunset in Hong Kong for February, 1930.

(STANDARD TIME OF THE 120TH MERIDIAN, EAST OF GREENWICH.)

DATE.

SUNRISE. SUNSET.

DATE.

SUNRISE.

SUNSET.

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T. F. CLAXTON,

Director.

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SUPREME Court.

  No. 54.-The Offices of the Supreme Court will be open daily from 10 a.m. to I p.m. during the Chinese New Year 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 (Vacation) Ordinance, 1898, so far as it relates to the Criminal Sessions. The Chinese New Year Vacation commences on the 30th January, 1930, and terminates on the 3rd February, 1930, (both days inclusive).

C. D. MELBOURNE, Registrar.

22nd January, 1930.

os

SUPREME COURT.

No. 55.-It is hereby notified that, at the expiration of three months from the date hereof The CHINA OVERSEAS TRADING COMPANY (1919) LIMITED will, unless cause is shewn to the contrary, be struck off the register and the company will be dissolved.

20th January, 1950.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies.

SUPREME COURT.

   No. 56.-It is hereby notified that at the expiration of three months from the date hereof The CHUEN ON STEAM BOAT COMPANY, LIMITED will, unless cause is shewn to the contrary, be struck off the register and the company will be dissolved.

23rd January, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies.

SUPREME COURT.

No. 57-It is hereby notified that the name of The HONGKONG & SOUTH CHINA LAUNCH COMPANY, LIMITED, has been struck off the Register.

24th January, 1930.

C. D. MELBOurne,

Registrar of Companies.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF PATENTS.

No. 58.--It is hereby notified that ELECTRICAL RESEARCH PRODUCTS INC., a corpora- tion of the State of Delaware in the United States of America having its principal office at 195 Broadway in the City of New York, State of New York, have by assignment become proprietor of Letters Patent Nos. 7 of 1924 and 6 of 1925, subject to the terms of the deed of licence dated 21st August, 1926, granted by the Western Electric Com- pany Incorporated to the Standard Telephones and Cables Limited of Connaught House, Aldwych, London, to make use, exercise and vend the inventions the subject of the said Letters Patent for such use and purposes as are mentioned in the said deed of licence.

E. L. AGASSIZ,

Registrar of Patents.

21st January, 1930.

58 THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 24, 1930.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

No. 59.-The following addition to the Register of Medical Practitioners entitled to practise Medicine in this Colony, published in Government Notification No. 242 of the 6th May, 1929, pursuant to the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1884, is published for general information :-

PERSON QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

QUALIFICATION,

DATE OF QUALIFICATION.

Chan Ping In

(陳炳賢)

Nethersole Hospital, Bonham Road.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

2nd January,

1930.

23rd January, 1930.

A. R. WELLINGTON,

Director of Medical & Sanitary Services

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 60. 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 and Address of Owner.

Period of Renewal.

Class in which renewed.

File No.

No. 51 of 1916.

19th January, The Union Trading Company,

1916.

Limited, York Building, Hong Kong.

19th January, 1944.

42

347

of 1929.

23rd January, 1930.

E. L. AGASSIZ,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 61.-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 25th February, 1930, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before that date:

Number of Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietors.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

File No.

No. 39 of 1916.

The Shun Yuen Tseung Hong, No. 188, Wellington Street, Victoria, in the Colony of Hong Kong,

23rd January, 1930.

24th January, 1930.

348

of 1929.

E. L. AGASSIZ, Registrar of Trade Marks.

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60 THE HONG KONG GOVERNME

-TTE, JANUARY 29, 1930.

No. 62.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

THE DANGEROUS DRUGS ORDINANCE, 1923.

(ORDINANCE No. 22 of 1923).

W

HEREAS by section 5 (4) of the Dangerous Drugs Ordinance, 1923, power is conferred on the Governor in Council to declare that the said Ordinance shall apply to any drug of whatever kind in the same manner as it applies to the drugs mentioned in section 5 (1) of the said Ordinance if it appears to the Governor in Council that the drug is or is likely to be productive, if improperly used, of ill effects substan- tially of the same character or nature as or analogous to those produced by morphine or cocaine:

   And whereas it appears to the Governor in Council that esters of morphine and their respective salts and any preparations containing any of the said esters are pro- ductive, if improperly used, of ill effects substantially of the same character or nature as or analogous to those produced by morphine or cocaine:

   Now, therefore, the Governor in Council, in pursuance of the power conferred upon him by section 5 (4) of the Dangerous Drugs Ordinance, 1923, hereby declares that the Dangerous Drugs Ordinance, 1923, shall henceforth apply to esters of morphine and their respective salts and to any preparation, admixture and extract containing any of the said esters.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

25th January, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

NOTES. Regulation 1 of the regulations made under the Dangerous Drugs Ordinance, 1923, is as follows:

1. These regulations shall, except where otherwise expressed, apply to all the drugs to which

the Dangerous Drugs Ordinance, 1923, from time to time for the time being applies. The regulations are set forth on pages 810 to 821 of the Regulations of Hong Kong, 1844-1925, and must be read with the amendments appearing in Government Notifications Nos. 191 of 1928 and 133 of 1929, and any further amendments hereafter made.

  The Esters of morphine do not include and should not be confused with the Ethers of morphine -for example, methylmorphine (codeine), ethylmorphine (dionin), to which the Dangerous Drugs Ordinance does not apply.

No. 63.

Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 4 of the Dangerous Drugs Ordinance, 1923, Ordinance No. 22 of 1923, on the 25th day of January, 1930.

The regulations made by the Governor in Council under the Dangerous Drugs Ordinance, 1923, and set forth on pages 810 to 821 of the Regulations of Hong Kong, 1844-1925, amended as appears in Government Notifications Nos. 191 of 1928 and 133 of 1929, are hereby further amended as follows,-

60 THE HONG KONG GOVERNME

-TTE, JANUARY 29, 1930.

No. 62.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

THE DANGEROUS DRUGS ORDINANCE, 1923.

(ORDINANCE No. 22 of 1923).

W

HEREAS by section 5 (4) of the Dangerous Drugs Ordinance, 1923, power is conferred on the Governor in Council to declare that the said Ordinance shall apply to any drug of whatever kind in the same manner as it applies to the drugs mentioned in section 5 (1) of the said Ordinance if it appears to the Governor in Council that the drug is or is likely to be productive, if improperly used, of ill effects substan- tially of the same character or nature as or analogous to those produced by morphine or cocaine:

   And whereas it appears to the Governor in Council that esters of morphine and their respective salts and any preparations containing any of the said esters are pro- ductive, if improperly used, of ill effects substantially of the same character or nature as or analogous to those produced by morphine or cocaine:

   Now, therefore, the Governor in Council, in pursuance of the power conferred upon him by section 5 (4) of the Dangerous Drugs Ordinance, 1923, hereby declares that the Dangerous Drugs Ordinance, 1923, shall henceforth apply to esters of morphine and their respective salts and to any preparation, admixture and extract containing any of the said esters.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

25th January, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

NOTES. Regulation 1 of the regulations made under the Dangerous Drugs Ordinance, 1923, is as follows:

1. These regulations shall, except where otherwise expressed, apply to all the drugs to which

the Dangerous Drugs Ordinance, 1923, from time to time for the time being applies. The regulations are set forth on pages 810 to 821 of the Regulations of Hong Kong, 1844-1925, and must be read with the amendments appearing in Government Notifications Nos. 191 of 1928 and 133 of 1929, and any further amendments hereafter made.

  The Esters of morphine do not include and should not be confused with the Ethers of morphine -for example, methylmorphine (codeine), ethylmorphine (dionin), to which the Dangerous Drugs Ordinance does not apply.

No. 63.

Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 4 of the Dangerous Drugs Ordinance, 1923, Ordinance No. 22 of 1923, on the 25th day of January, 1930.

The regulations made by the Governor in Council under the Dangerous Drugs Ordinance, 1923, and set forth on pages 810 to 821 of the Regulations of Hong Kong, 1844-1925, amended as appears in Government Notifications Nos. 191 of 1928 and 133 of 1929, are hereby further amended as follows,-

....

No. 6. · - Vol. LXXVI ':;:,

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1930.

The following Notifications ,are publis;h.e;d, -. :~, 11 .,.

'··::' .. ,· '! ····: ': . '; '·

- . :·,

By command,

E. R. HALLIF AX,

,.,;;

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NOTICES.

Colonial Secretary.

! ' ' .

  No. 70.-Notice is hereby given that WILFRID THOMAS SournoRN, Esquire, Com panion 0£ the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, has, by virtue of the provisions of the Letters Patent passed under the Great Seal of the United Kingdom constituting the office of Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hong Kong and providing for the Government thereof, to-day assumed the administra tion of the Government of the Colony on the departure of His Excellency the Governor, and has taken the prescribed oaths. · · ·- · -·· ·

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Seoi•etary.

lst February, 1930.

94 THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 28, 1930.

APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

  No. 119.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint Mr. CYRIL CHAMPKIN to be Lieutenant in the Reserve of Officers, Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps, with effect from the 18th February, 1930.

28th February, 1930.

  No. 120.-Ilis Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint the Rev. Fr. DANIEL MACDONALD, B.Sc., to be a Member of the Board of Education during the absence from the Colony of the Rev. Fr. GEORGE BYRNE, D. Ph., or until further notice, with effect from the 22nd February, 1930.

28th February, 1930.

  No. 121.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to make the following appointment under the provisions of the Hong Kong Volunteer Regulations, 1920 :-

Captain RICHARD CLIVE STRACHEY, M.C., 1st Battalion, The Somerset Light Infantry, to act as Adjutant, with effect from 27th February, 1930.

28th February, 1930.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT

No. 122.-The following rules are published for general information.

28th February, 1930.

HONG KONG

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary

RULES GOVERNING THE AWARD OF CERTIFICATES OF HONOUR.

  1. A certificate of Honour shall consist of a scroll, bearing the portrait of His Majesty the King and the signature and seal of His Excellency the Governor and Com- mander-in-Chief or of the Officer Administering the Government.

  2. Recipients of a Certificate of Honour shall be entitled to wear around the neck, pendent from a ribbon coloured red, white and blue forty inches in length and one and a half inches wide, a silver gilt Badge, bearing on the obverse the approved portrait of His Majesty the King, and on the reverse the badge of the Colony accompanied by the inscription in English characters "Hong Kong".

  3. The Badge of the Certificate of Honour may be worn on ceremonial occasions and on occasions when Orders, Decorations and Medals are worn.

  4. Certificates of Honour shall only be awarded to persons who have resided in Colony of Hong Kong for a period of at least fifteen years; provided that in cases of extraordinary merit the Certificate may be awarded to persons who have so resided fo a less period than fifteen years. The total number of holders of the Certificates o Honour shall not exceed 10 at any one time.

94 THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 28, 1930.

APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

  No. 119.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint Mr. CYRIL CHAMPKIN to be Lieutenant in the Reserve of Officers, Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps, with effect from the 18th February, 1930.

28th February, 1930.

  No. 120.-Ilis Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint the Rev. Fr. DANIEL MACDONALD, B.Sc., to be a Member of the Board of Education during the absence from the Colony of the Rev. Fr. GEORGE BYRNE, D. Ph., or until further notice, with effect from the 22nd February, 1930.

28th February, 1930.

  No. 121.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to make the following appointment under the provisions of the Hong Kong Volunteer Regulations, 1920 :-

Captain RICHARD CLIVE STRACHEY, M.C., 1st Battalion, The Somerset Light Infantry, to act as Adjutant, with effect from 27th February, 1930.

28th February, 1930.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT

No. 122.-The following rules are published for general information.

28th February, 1930.

HONG KONG

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary

RULES GOVERNING THE AWARD OF CERTIFICATES OF HONOUR.

  1. A certificate of Honour shall consist of a scroll, bearing the portrait of His Majesty the King and the signature and seal of His Excellency the Governor and Com- mander-in-Chief or of the Officer Administering the Government.

  2. Recipients of a Certificate of Honour shall be entitled to wear around the neck, pendent from a ribbon coloured red, white and blue forty inches in length and one and a half inches wide, a silver gilt Badge, bearing on the obverse the approved portrait of His Majesty the King, and on the reverse the badge of the Colony accompanied by the inscription in English characters "Hong Kong".

  3. The Badge of the Certificate of Honour may be worn on ceremonial occasions and on occasions when Orders, Decorations and Medals are worn.

  4. Certificates of Honour shall only be awarded to persons who have resided in Colony of Hong Kong for a period of at least fifteen years; provided that in cases of extraordinary merit the Certificate may be awarded to persons who have so resided fo a less period than fifteen years. The total number of holders of the Certificates o Honour shall not exceed 10 at any one time.

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  5. Notification of the award of Certificates of Honour shall ordinarily be made in a special "Honours supplement of the Government Gazette, to be published on the birthday of His Majesty the King.

6. At the first convenient date after such notification the recipient of a Certificate of Honour shall, on a ceremonial occasion, be invested with the ribbon and badge together with the scroll of a Certificate of Honour by the Governor on behalf of His Majesty the King, or by such person as he shall designate to represent him for that purpose.

7. If any person to whom the Certificate has been awarded shall be guilty of mis- conduct or of disloyalty to the Government he may be deprived of it by the Governor or Officer Administering the Government, who shall have power also to restore it to him.

8. Upon forfeiture of the Certificate or upon the death of any recipient the badge shall be returned forthwith to the Governor or Officer Administering the Government unless he shall in any instance deem otherwise expedient; but in no case shall the badge be worn by any other than the person to whom the Certificate was awarded.

9. The Governor or Officer Administering the Government is empowered to make, amend or dispense with such executive regulations, not inconsistent with these rules, as he may deem advisable for the better conduct of all matters relating to the procedure to be observed in respect of Certificates of Honour.

No. 123.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

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27th February, 1930.

T. F. CLAXTON,

Director.

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  5. Notification of the award of Certificates of Honour shall ordinarily be made in a special "Honours supplement of the Government Gazette, to be published on the birthday of His Majesty the King.

6. At the first convenient date after such notification the recipient of a Certificate of Honour shall, on a ceremonial occasion, be invested with the ribbon and badge together with the scroll of a Certificate of Honour by the Governor on behalf of His Majesty the King, or by such person as he shall designate to represent him for that purpose.

7. If any person to whom the Certificate has been awarded shall be guilty of mis- conduct or of disloyalty to the Government he may be deprived of it by the Governor or Officer Administering the Government, who shall have power also to restore it to him.

8. Upon forfeiture of the Certificate or upon the death of any recipient the badge shall be returned forthwith to the Governor or Officer Administering the Government unless he shall in any instance deem otherwise expedient; but in no case shall the badge be worn by any other than the person to whom the Certificate was awarded.

9. The Governor or Officer Administering the Government is empowered to make, amend or dispense with such executive regulations, not inconsistent with these rules, as he may deem advisable for the better conduct of all matters relating to the procedure to be observed in respect of Certificates of Honour.

No. 123.

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27th February, 1930.

T. F. CLAXTON,

Director.

96

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 28, 1930.

The Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900,

No. 124.- It is hereby notified, under section 6 of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, Ordinance No. 10 of 1900, that the Board of Arbitrators appointed to determine the amounts of compensation to be paid in respect of the resumption of the following Lots : --

D.D. 83.-Lots Nos. 430,435A,442,448,449,450,796B, 798B, 809B,

813, 816, 817, 891, 893, 1033, 1034, 1053, 1054B, 1055, 1056, 1057, 1058, 1059, 1060, 1061B, 1062B, 1063B, 1064B, 1066B, 1067B, 1073B, 1077B, 1078, 1080B, 1450A and 1827. S.D. II.-Lots Nos. 23, 24, 37, 103, 117, 118, 121 R.P., 251, 252 and 366.

is constituted as follows:-

Mr. PHILIP JACKS, Justice of the Peace, Chairman.

Mr. HENRY EDWARD GOLDSMITH, nominated by His Excellency the Officer

Administering the Government.

Mr. EDMUND FREDERICK RONALD SAMPLE, A.R.I.B.A., nominated by the Chairman

on behalf of the owners.

   It is hereby further notified that the Chairman hereby appoints Friday, the 7th day of March, 1930, at 2.15 o'clock in the afternoon, at the Land Office, Supreme Court House, Hong Kong, as the time and place for the Board to commence its sittings.

   Any person claiming compensation, whether as owner or otherwise, by reason of such resumption must, before the commencement of the sittings of the Board, transmit to the Colonial Secretary for transmission to the Board a written claim, stating the nature of his right or interest in the land and the amount which he seeks to recover.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 28, 1930. 97

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. 125.-It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Crown on Kowloon Inland Lot No. 1516 has been registered according to law.

25th February, 1930.

PHILIP JACKS,

Land Officer.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF PATENTS.

No. 126. Notice is hereby given that the following United Kingdom Patent has been registered under the provisions of the United Kingdom Patents Ordinance, 1925:-

No. and date of grant.

Date as of which sealed.

Present owner.

Nature of invention.

Date of registration.

No. 295,572 12th September, 1929.

13th August, 1927.

27th February, 1930.

Associated Telephone and

Telegraph Company, of 1033, West Van Buren Street, Chicago, Illinois, United States of America.

Improvements in or re- lating to Telephone

Systems.

27th Feb., 1930.

E. L. AGASSIZ,

Registrar of Patents.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 127. 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 31st March, 1930, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before that date :-

Number of Trade Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietors.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

File No.

No. 9 of 1902.

Un Ting Tsun, otherwise Ting Tsun, other- wise Un Chi Hoi, Un Ting Kwong, otherwise Ting Kwong, otherwise Un Man Chuen, Chu Shi, otherwise Un Chi Shi, widow, and Chung Shi, other- wise Un Chung Shi, widow, all of No. 159, Wing Lok Street, Hong Kong.

27th February, 1930.

24th February, 1930.

392 of 1929.

E. L. AGASSIZ, Registrar of Trade Marks.

98

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 28, 1930.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 128.-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 and Address of Owner.

Period of Renewal.

Class in

which renewed.

File No.

No. 8 of 1902.

22nd February, 1902.

27th February, 1930.

T. B. Hall & Company, Limited., 79 to 83, Norfolk Street, Liver- pool, in the County of Lancas- ter, England.

23rd February, 1944.

43

391 of 1929.

E. L. AGASSIZ,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

1

100

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 7, 1930.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

  No. 129.-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. WILLIAM CHARLES FELSHOW be added to the List of Authorized Architects published in Government Notification No. 593 of the 15th November, 1929.

D. W. TRATMAN,

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

25th February, 1930.

Clerk of Councils.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

  No. 130.-His Majesty the KING has not been advised to exercise his power of disallowance with respect to the following Ordinances :--

Ordinance No. 27 of 1929.-An Ordinance to provide for the incorporation of the Procurator in Hong Kong of the Portuguese Province of the Jesuit Order.

Ordinance No. 28 of 1929.-An Ordinance to amend the Jesuit Order Incorpo-

ration Ordinance, 1927.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

7th March, 1930.

N. L. SMITH,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

No. 131.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to accept the resignation by Lieutenant HENRY CHARLES MACNAMARA of his Com- mission in the Hong Kong Voluntcer Defence Corps, with effect from 25th February, 1930.

4th March, 1930.

No. 132.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint Lieutenant-Colonel CHARLES DUNCAN MYLES, O.B.E., R.A.M.C., to be a member of the Sanitary Board for a term of three years, vice Major DOUGLAS GORDON CHEYNE, O.B.E., M.C., R.A.M.C., with effect from 28th February, 1930.

7th March, 1930.

No. 133.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint Mr. JULIUS RING to act as Assistant Assessor, with effect from the 28th February, 1930.

7th March, 1930.

No. 134. With reference to Government Notification No. 464 of 13th September, 1929, His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint Mr. CHARLES GORDON STEWART MACKIE, to be a Member of the Harbour Board, vice Mr. MARCUS THEODORE JOHNSON, with effect from 5th March, 1930.

7th March, 1930.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 7, 1930.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

101

 No. 135.--In order that a complete list may be maintained for record purposes, will those Ladies and Gentlemen resident in Hong Kong, other than those now serving in His Majesty's Forces, who have had any decoration conferred upon them by His Majesty the King, please inform the Chief Clerk, Colonial Secretariat-if this has not already been done-- within 14 days from the date of this notification.

7th March, 1930.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No.136.- With reference to Government Notification No. 433 of 6th October, 1916, it is hereby notified that information has been received from the Secretary of State for the Colonies that the Government of the Republic of Honduras have denounced the Commercial Treaty between the United Kingdom and Honduras which was signed on the 5th of May, 1910, and the Treaty will consequently lapse on the 16th of December, 1930.

ïth March, 1930.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary-

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 137.-It is hereby notified that it is the intention of His Excellency the Governor to make an Order on the expiration of six months from the date hereof directing the removal of all graves in that portion of Tung Wah Hospital Cemetery at Kai Lung Wan, which is shown coloured blue on a plan deposited in the Office of the Sani- tary Department in this Colony. Such Order will be made for the purpose of the execution of a public work namely the proper laying out of such area for the purpose of burial therein of Chinese dead.

ith March, 1930.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 7, 1930.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 138.-It is hereby notified that the undermentioned streets are to be known for the future by the names indicated against them :----

ITEM.

DESCRIPTION.

CHINESE

FUTURE NAME.

VERSION.

1

The existing Village Road continuing in an easterly direction from its junction with Shan Kwong Road to Sing Wo Road

Village Road.

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Road off Wong Nei Cheong Road, beginning. at the north-west corner of inland lot 2065, running in south-easterly direction and terminating at the south-west corner of inland lot 1717 Jewish Cemetery

Street off Wong Nei Cheong Road, beginning at the north-east corner of inland lot 2065, running in a southerly and westerly direction, crossing Shan Kwong Road, Wang Tak Street and terminating at its junction with Village Road .....

Street off Village Road, beginning at the north-east corner of inland lot 2341, running in southerly direction with Vil- lage Road and the south-east corner of inland lot 2342

Street off Po Shin Street, beginning at the north-west corner of inland lot 2853 running in an easterly direction and ter- minating at the junction with Sing Wo Road

Street off Shan Kwong Road, beginning at the south-west corner of inland lot 2628, running parallel to Yik Yam Street and terminating at its junction with Sing Wo Road

Street off Shan Kwong Road, beginning at the north-west corner of inland lot 2962, running parallel to King Kwong Street and terminating at its junction with Sing Wo Road and north-east corner of inland lot 2559

Street off Shan Kwong Road, beginning at the south-west corner of inland lot 2912, running parallel to Yuk Sau Street and terminating at its junction with Sing Wo Road

.....

Street off and at right angles to King Kwong Street, running in a southerly direction and terminating at its junction with Yuk Sau Street

Shan Kwong Road.

山光道

Po Shin Street.

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Wang Tak Street.

宏德街

Yik Yam Street. 奕蔭街

King Kwong 景光街

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Yau Sau Street. 毓秀街

Tsui Man Street. 聚文街

Tsap Tseung Street.

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11

12

13

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 7, 1930.

DESCRIPTION.

CHINESE

FUTURE NAME.

VERSION.

103

Street off Sing Wo Road, beginning at the south-west corner of inland lot 2489, running in a north-easterly direction and terminating at the south-east corner of inland lot 2336

Street off Sing Wo Road, beginning at the north-west corner of inland lot 2506 and running parallel to Tsoi Tak Street, passing the south-east corner of inland lot 2504

Street off Sing Wo Road, beginning at the north-west corner of inland lot 2530, running in a north-easterly direction and terminating at the north-east corner of inland lot 2527

Street off Sing Wo Road, beginning at the north-west corner of inland lot 2572. running parallel to Min Fat Street and terminating at the north-east corner of inland lot 2567

Tsoi Tak Street.

載德街

Yuen Yuen Street.

源遠街

Min Fat Street.

綿發街

Cheong Ming Street.

昌明街

14

Street off Sing Wo Road, beginning at the north-west corner of inland lot 2523, running parallel to Cheong Ming Street, passing the north-east corner of inland lot 2557

Shing Ping Street.

昇平街

15

16

17

Street off Sing Wo Road, beginning at the north-west corner of inland lot 2644, running parallel to Shing Ping Street and terminating at the north-east corner of inland lot 2651

Street off Sing Wo Road, beginning at the north-west corner of inland lot 2660, running parallel to Lun Hing Street and terminating at the north-east corner of inland lot 2667

Street off Sing Wo Road, beginning at the north-east corner of inland lot 2668, running in a south-westerly direction and terminating at its junction with Chun Shing Street and the north-west corner of inland lot 2715

Lun Hing Street.

聯興街

Tsun Yuen Street.

晋源街

Kwai Fong

桂芳街

Street.

104

ITEM.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 7, 1930.

DESCRIPTION.

18

Street off Sing Wo Road, beginning at the south-west corner of inland lot 2675, running parallel to Kwai Fong Street and terminating at its junction with

Chun Shing Street and the south-west corner of inland lot 2724 ...

19

CHINESE

FUTURE NAME,

VERSION.

Street running parallel to Sing Wo Road on the south-west side of inland lots 2715 and 2724, beginning at its junction with Kwai Fong Street and terminating at Mui Hing Street

Mui Hing Street.

7th March, 1930.

梅馨街

4

Chun Shing Street.

春勝街

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 139. It is hereby notified that THE GREEN ISLAND CEMENT COMPANY, LIMITED, Hong Kong, has applied for leave to add and alter, in a manner not substantially affect- ing the identity of the same, their Trade Mark No. 187 of 1897, registered in Class 17.

The alterations are:-

The words "Shewan Tomes & Co., General Managers, Hong Kong," appearing on this mark to be deleted, and the words "Green Island Cement Com- pany, Limited, Hong Kong," to be substituted therefor.

Representations of the trade mark as altered are deposited for inspection in this

Office.

Dated this 6th day of March, 1930.

E. L. AGASSIZ, Registrar of Trade Marks.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 140.-It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909 :-

Number of Marks.

Date of Registration.

Name and Address of Owner.

Period of Renewal.

Classes in which renewed.

File No.

Nos. 10 and 11 of 1902.

7th March, 1902.

Pinchin Johnson & Company, Limited, of General Build- ings, Aldwych, London, England.

7th March, 1944.

1 and 4

respec- tively.

382 of 1929.

6th March, 1930.

E. L. AGASSIZ,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

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OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

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No. 141.-It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has expired and that they will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 8th April, 1930, unless the prescribed fees for renewal of registration are paid before that date :-

Number of Marks.

Names and Addresses of Proprietors.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

File

Nos.

No. 52 of 1916.

Siu Nan Lun, trading as Wing Hong Co., No. 39, Connaught Road Central, Victoria, Hong Kong.

1st March, 1930.

393 of 1929.

Nos. 77 and 78 of 1916. Mitsui Bussan Kaisha, Limited, Hong

6th March, 1930.

Kong.

4th March, 1930.

394 of 1929.

E. L. AGASSIZ, Registrar of Trade Marks.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY, HONG KONG.

Notice to Mariners.

No. 142.

  The following amendments to Government Notification No. 322 of 1st June, 1928, to come into force on the 15th March, 1930, are published for general information.

  For $10 page 2, substitute :-"Continuous watch is kept by VPS on 600 metres and on 2098 metres C.W. at the following times.

G. M. T. 0535-0545

General Communication Wave Routines

Ships are requested to reply on 2100 metres C.W.

0635-0645

1335-1345

2235-2245

2335-2345

Under "Information broadcast by Observatory ", for second part of §1, substitute :- "A repetition of the 0400 and 1200 messages will be made by VPS on 2913 metres C. W. at 0500 and 1300 respectively."

For the next paragraph substitute :-"The Weather Reports and Forecasts will also be broadcast by ZBW on 355 metres telephony, at 0530 and 1300 G.M.T."

17

For "A missing element is indicated by "z", "zz", or "zzzz substitute-" A missing element is indicated by "x", 'xx", or XXXX

46

66

For $2, page 3, substitute :-"Storm warnings are broadcast by VPS on 600 metres and by ZBW on 355 metres telephony, on receipt and at the two subsequent hours. They are also broadcast as above at every hour when the typhoon is definitely threaten- ing Hong Kong".

metre wave

11

In the second line of $3, page 3, for "2000 metre wave ", substitute :--" 2913

T. F. CLAXTON, Director.

4th March, 1930.

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THE CROWN LANDS RESUMPTION ORDINANCE, 1900.

To the Owner of Lots Nos. 16 and 151, Survey District IV.

No. 143. It is hereby notified, pursuant to section 16 (2) of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, that an award of $471.73 has been made in respect of the resumption of S.D. IV Lots Nos. 16 and 151 and that the District Officer, South, a Government Officer, is hereby appointed to pay the compensation so awarded together with interest thereon as prescribed by the said Ordinance, at his office, and during Government office hours between 11 o'clock in the forenoon of Friday, the 21st day of March, 1930 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Friday, the 21st day of March, 1930. If no claim be made for the compensation money at the place, and within the time appointed the officer appointed as above will cause such money to be paid into the Treasury, and the provisions of section 16 (5) and (6) of the said Ordinance as to claims within five years, or transfer, thereafter, to the general revenue of the Colony, as the case may be, will apply to the said money.

5th March, 1930.

HAROLD T. CREASY,

Director of Public Works.

THE CROWN LANDS RESUMPTION ORDINANCE, 1900.

To the Owner of Lot No. 20, Survey District IV.

  No. 144. It is hereby notified, pursuant to section 16 (2) of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, that an award of $130.68 has been made in respect of the resumption of S.D. IV Lot No. 20 and that the District Officer, South, a Government Officer, is hereby appointed to pay the compensation so awarded together with interest thereon as prescribed by the said Ordinance, at his office, and during Government office hours between 11 o'clock in the forenoon of Friday, the 21st day of March, 1930 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Friday, the 21st day of March, 1930. If no claim be made for the compensation money at the place, and within the time appointed the officer appointed as above will cause such money to be paid into the Treasury, and the provi- sions of section 16 (5) and (6) of the said Ordinance as to claims within five years, or transfer, thereafter, to the general revenue of the Colony, as the case may be, will apply to the said money.

5th March, 1930.

HAROLD T. CREASY,

Director of Public Works.

THE CROWN LANDS RESUMPTION ORDINANCE, 1900.

To the Owner of Lot No. 217, Survey District IV.

  No. 145. It is hereby notified, pursuant to section 16 (2) of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, that an award of $296.20 has been made in respect of the resumption of Lot No. 217, S. D. IV and that the District Officer, South, a Government Officer, is hereby appointed to pay the compensation so awarded together with interest thereon as prescribed by the said Ordinance, at his office, and during Government office hours between 11 o'clock in the forenoon of Friday, the 21st day of March, 1930 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Friday, the 21st day of March, 1930. If no claim be made for the compensation money at the place, and within the time appointed the officer appointed as above will cause such money to be paid into the Treasury, and the provi- sions of section 16 (5) and (6) of the said Ordinance as to claims within five years, or transfer, thereafter, to the general revenue of the Colony, as the case may be, will apply to the said money.

5th March, 1930.

HAROLD T. CREASY,

Director of Public Works.

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 146.

The Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, Ordinance No. 10 of 1899, Table L, Quarantine Regulations.

It is hereby declared by order of His Excellency the Governor in Council that Shanghai is a place at which an infectious or contagious disease, namely, cerebro-spinal meningitis, prevails.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

10th March, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

No. 147.

Rule made by the Governor in Council under section 4 (8) of the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, Ordinance No. 10 of 1899, on the 5th day of March, 1930.

   Rules 13 and 14 of the rules relating to the examination of masters and mates in the Mercantile Marine made by the Governor in Council and published in Government Notification No. 363 in the Gazette of the 21st November, 1913, are hereby rescinded, and the following rule is substituted therefor,-

Failure and re-examina- tion.

13. Candidates for any grade of certificate will proceed to the oral exami- nation irrespective of whether they have passed or failed in their written work

Where a candidate passes in the written portion of the examination and fails in the oral, or vice versa, his pass in that portion in which he has satisfied the examiners will hold good for a period of six months from the date of the examination. If he does not pass the remainder of the examination within this period he will again be required to be examined both in the written and in the oral portions. The Governor may in exceptional circumstances decide to extend the period up to a limit of one year.

In the case of a second failure or any subsequent failure in the written or in the oral portion of the examination, or in both, an interval of two months must elapse from the date of the last failure before a candidate can be re- examined. No further penalty will be imposed save in those cases where the examiner considers further sea service necessary. This sea service will not exceed six months.

This rule shall come into operation on the 1st day of March, 1930.

COUNCIL CHAMBER.

5th March, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

NOTE. The rules above referred to are not set forth in Regulations of Hong Kong, 1844-1925.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 14, 1930.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 146.

The Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, Ordinance No. 10 of 1899, Table L, Quarantine Regulations.

It is hereby declared by order of His Excellency the Governor in Council that Shanghai is a place at which an infectious or contagious disease, namely, cerebro-spinal meningitis, prevails.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

10th March, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

No. 147.

Rule made by the Governor in Council under section 4 (8) of the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, Ordinance No. 10 of 1899, on the 5th day of March, 1930.

   Rules 13 and 14 of the rules relating to the examination of masters and mates in the Mercantile Marine made by the Governor in Council and published in Government Notification No. 363 in the Gazette of the 21st November, 1913, are hereby rescinded, and the following rule is substituted therefor,-

Failure and re-examina- tion.

13. Candidates for any grade of certificate will proceed to the oral exami- nation irrespective of whether they have passed or failed in their written work

Where a candidate passes in the written portion of the examination and fails in the oral, or vice versa, his pass in that portion in which he has satisfied the examiners will hold good for a period of six months from the date of the examination. If he does not pass the remainder of the examination within this period he will again be required to be examined both in the written and in the oral portions. The Governor may in exceptional circumstances decide to extend the period up to a limit of one year.

In the case of a second failure or any subsequent failure in the written or in the oral portion of the examination, or in both, an interval of two months must elapse from the date of the last failure before a candidate can be re- examined. No further penalty will be imposed save in those cases where the examiner considers further sea service necessary. This sea service will not exceed six months.

This rule shall come into operation on the 1st day of March, 1930.

COUNCIL CHAMBER.

5th March, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

NOTE. The rules above referred to are not set forth in Regulations of Hong Kong, 1844-1925.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 14, 1930.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

109

  No. 148. His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint Mr. ROGER EDWARD LINDSELL to be First Police Magistrate and Coroner, with effect from the 1st March, 1930.

11th March, 1930.

No. 149.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint Mr. ERNEST PHILIP HENRY LANG to act as Official Receiver in Bank- ruptcy, in addition to his other duties, during the absence on leave of Mr. EDWARD Lewis AGASSIZ, with effect from 6th March, 1930.

13th March, 1930.

No. 150.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint Mr. ERNEST PHILIP HENRY LANG to act as Registrar of Trade Marks and Letters Patent in addition to his other duties, during the absence on leave of Mr. EDWARD LEWIS AGASSIZ, with effect from 6th March, 1930.

13th March, 1930.

No. 151.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint Mr. EDWARD IRVINE WYNNE-JONES to be District Officer, Northern and Southern Districts, New Territories, with effect from 15th March, 1930.

14th March, 1930.

No. 152. It is hereby notified that His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint Mr. EDWARD IRVINE WYNNE-JONES to be a Magis- trate under the provisions of section 7 of the Magistrates Ordinance, 1890, Ordinance No. 3 of 1890, with effect from 15th March, 1930.

His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has further been pleased to authorise Mr. Edward Irvine Wynne-Jones, under the provisions of section 58 of the New Territories Regulation Ordinance, 1910, Ordinance No. 34 of 1910, to hold a Small Debts Court in the New Territories at the following places :---

The Magistracy, Tai Po, the Land Office, Ping Shan, and the charge rooms of the Police Stations at Au Tau, Ping Shan, Sha Tau Kok, Sai Kung, Sheung Shui, Lok Ma Chau and Castle Peak, and at the charge rooms of the Police Stations at Tsun Wan, Tai O (Lantao), Tung Chung (Lantao), Cheung Chau, Yung Shu Wan in Lamma Island, and the office of the District Officer, South, situate in the building known as "The Govern- ment Offices" situate in Pedder Street, Victoria, Hong Kong, over the General Post Office, with effect from 15th March, 1930.

14th March, 1930.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 14, 1930.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

109

  No. 148. His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint Mr. ROGER EDWARD LINDSELL to be First Police Magistrate and Coroner, with effect from the 1st March, 1930.

11th March, 1930.

No. 149.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint Mr. ERNEST PHILIP HENRY LANG to act as Official Receiver in Bank- ruptcy, in addition to his other duties, during the absence on leave of Mr. EDWARD Lewis AGASSIZ, with effect from 6th March, 1930.

13th March, 1930.

No. 150.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint Mr. ERNEST PHILIP HENRY LANG to act as Registrar of Trade Marks and Letters Patent in addition to his other duties, during the absence on leave of Mr. EDWARD LEWIS AGASSIZ, with effect from 6th March, 1930.

13th March, 1930.

No. 151.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint Mr. EDWARD IRVINE WYNNE-JONES to be District Officer, Northern and Southern Districts, New Territories, with effect from 15th March, 1930.

14th March, 1930.

No. 152. It is hereby notified that His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint Mr. EDWARD IRVINE WYNNE-JONES to be a Magis- trate under the provisions of section 7 of the Magistrates Ordinance, 1890, Ordinance No. 3 of 1890, with effect from 15th March, 1930.

His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has further been pleased to authorise Mr. Edward Irvine Wynne-Jones, under the provisions of section 58 of the New Territories Regulation Ordinance, 1910, Ordinance No. 34 of 1910, to hold a Small Debts Court in the New Territories at the following places :---

The Magistracy, Tai Po, the Land Office, Ping Shan, and the charge rooms of the Police Stations at Au Tau, Ping Shan, Sha Tau Kok, Sai Kung, Sheung Shui, Lok Ma Chau and Castle Peak, and at the charge rooms of the Police Stations at Tsun Wan, Tai O (Lantao), Tung Chung (Lantao), Cheung Chau, Yung Shu Wan in Lamma Island, and the office of the District Officer, South, situate in the building known as "The Govern- ment Offices" situate in Pedder Street, Victoria, Hong Kong, over the General Post Office, with effect from 15th March, 1930.

14th March, 1930.

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NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 153. It is hereby notified for general information that the Government of India has intimated that entry into India on and after the 1st day of April, 1930, will be refused to Chinese nationals who are unable to produce regular passports duly visé for entry into India.

14th March, 1930.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT

No. 154. By order of the Medical Board the name of Ho CHEE WING has been struck off the register of Medical and Surgical Practitioners qualified to practice medicine and surgery in this Colony.

14th March, 1930.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

To the Owner of Survey District No. IV Lots Nos. 1935 and 1937.

No. 155.-It is hereby notified that the Governor in Council having decided that the resumption of the properties respectively registered in the District Office, South, as Survey District No. IV Lots Nos. 1935 and 1937 is required for a public purpose and in the opinion of the Governor private negotiations for the purchase thereof having failed, the said properties and all rights, easements and appurtenances thereto belonging or appertaining will be resumed by the Crown on the expiration of four months from the publication of this notice and thereupon such compensation in respect of such resump- tion will be paid as may be awarded in the manner provided by the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

14th March, 1930.

Colonial Secretary.

第一百五十五號

諭知事現奉

布政司夏

同並以政府名義向該業主磋商購 益經本督會同議政局議定將其收

第四約第一千九百三十五號及一 千九百三十七號地段現因舉辦公

督憲令開田土廳註冊之丈量約份

該司卽行出示諭知該業主由諭知 囘迄未允願本督意其終難成議仰

囘期

業公至滿該其

主地如 該業終業

郭則何

便例

遵辦置

照理則切 知仰

之日起限四個月期滿該地及一切

等因奉此合行諗飭業主卽便遵照

毋違特

一千九百三十年三月十四日

三十七號地與業主 九百三十五號及第一千九百 右諭丈量約份第四約第一千

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COLONIAL SECRETARY's DEPARTMENT,

To the Owner of Survey District No. IV Lot No. 1953.

   No. 156.--It is hereby notified that the Governor in Council having decided that the resumption of the property registered in the District Office, South, as Survey District No. IV Lot No. 1953, is required for a public purpose and in the opinion of the Governor private negotiations for the purchase thereof having failed, the said property and all rights, easements and appurtenances thereto belonging or appertaining will be resumed by the Crown on the expiration of four months from the publication of this notice and thereupon such compensation in respect of such resumption will be paid as may be awarded in the manner provided by the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary,

14th March, 1980.

業終業

第一百五十六號

布政司夏

諭知事現奉

主地 卽則

購收

司迄

主卽便護照毌違特諭

地則例辦理等因奉此合行諭飭業 如何補置則按一千九百年收回公 該地及一切權利卽由政府收回至 業主由諭知之日起限四個月期滿 終難成議仰該司即行出示諭知該 業主磋商購回迄未允願本督意其 議定將其收回並以政府名義向該 現因舉辦公益經本督會同議政局 第四約第一千九百五十三號地段 督憲令開田土廳注册之丈量約份

府個

收收月

囘期

至滿該其

右論丈量約份第四約第一千

+

九百五十三號地皮業

一千九百卅年三

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COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

To the Owner of Survey District. No. IV Lot No. 1954.

No. 157.-It is hereby notified that the Governor in Council having decided that the resumption of the property registered in the District Office, South, as Survey District No. IV Lot No. 1954, is required for a public purpose and in the opinion of the Governor private negotiations for the purchase thereof having failed, the said property and all rights easements and appurtenances thereto belonging or appertaining will be resumed by the Crown on the expiration of four months from the publication of this notice and thereupon such compensation in respect of such resumption will be paid as may be awarded in the manner provided by the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900..

14th March, 1930,

E R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

第一百五十七號

期知 意向

諭知事現奉

布政司夏

意!終難成議仰該司即行出示諭

向該業主磋商購回迄未允願本督 政局議定將其收回並以政府名義 地段現因舉辦公益經本督會同議 第四約地段第一千九百五十四號 督憲令開田土廳註册之丈量約份

起即

回公地則例辦理等因奉此合行諭 回至如何補置則按一千九百年收

期滿該地及一切權利卽由政府收 知該業主由諭知之日起限四個月

主地

即則

照理

飭業主即便遵照毋違特諭

一千九百卅年三月十四日 九百五十四號地段業主

右諭丈量約份第四約第一千

行年府個

收收月

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 14, 1930.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

To the Owner of Survey District No. IV Lot No. 1944.

   No. 158. It is hereby notified that the Governor in Council having decided that the resumption of the property registered in the District Office, South, as Survey District No. IV Lot No. 1944 is required for a public purpose, and in the opinion of the Governor private negotiations for the purchase thereof having failed, the said property and all rights easements and appurtenances thereto belonging or appertaining will be resumed by the Crown on the expiration of four months from the publication of this notice, and thereupon such compensation in respect of such resumption will be paid as may be awarded in the manner provided by the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial. Secretar?!.

14th March, 1930.

.

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第一百五十八號

布政司夏

諭知事現奉

業終

業主卽便遵照毋違特

公地則例辦理等因奉此合行飭 至如何補置則按一千九百年收回 滿該地及一切權利卽由政府收回 該業主由諭知之日起限四個月期 終難成議仰該司即行出示諭知 該業主磋商購囘迄未允願本督意 局議定將其收回並以政府名義向

份第四約地段第一千九百四十四 號現因舉辦公益經本督會同議政

督憲令開在出土廳註冊之丈量約

合百政

該囘

司迄

起即

限行

行年府個

收 月

飭 囘

囘囘期

九百四十四號地與業主

右諭丈量約份第四約第一千

壹千九百三十年三月十四日

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT

To the Owner of Survey District No. IV Lot No. 1939.

No. 159.--It is hereby notified that the Governor in Council having decided that the resumption of the property registered in the District Office, South, as Survey District No. IV Lot No. 1939 is required for a public purpose and in the opinion of the Governor private negotiations for the purchase thereof having failed, the said property and all rights easements and appurtenances thereto belonging or appertaining will be resumed by the Crown on the expiration of four months from the the publication of this notice and thereupon such compensation in respect of such resumption will be paid as may be awarded in the manner provided by the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance,

1900.

14th March, 1930.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

第一百五十九號

諭知事現奉

布政司夏

便例

督憲令開田土廳註冊之丈量約份

政地

局段

主磋商購囘迄未允願本督意其終

定將其收回並以政府名義向該業 因舉辦公益經本督會同議政局議 第四約第一千九百卅九號地段現

司迄

主由諭知之日起限四個月期滿該

難成議仰該司卽行出示諭知該業

囘期

業公至滿該

主地如該業

即便遵照毋違特諭

九百卅九號地段業主 右諭丈量約份第四約第一千

則例辦理等因奉此合行 何補置則按一千九百年收回公地 地及一切權利卽由政府收回至如

一千九百三十年三月十四日

業主

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 14, 1930. 113

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S Department.

To the Owner of Survey District No. IV Lot No. 1981.

  No. 160.-It is hereby notified that the Governor in Council having decided that the resumption of the property registered in the District Office, South, as Survey District No. IV Lot No. 1981 is required for a public purpose and in the opinion of the Governor private negotiations for the purchase thereof having failed, the said property and all rights, easements and appurtenance thereto belonging or appertaining will be resumed by the Crown on the expiration of four months from the publication of this notice and thereupon such compensation in respect of such resumption will be paid as may be awarded in the manner provided by the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

政段

期知

14th. March, 1930.

飭 囘

第一百六十號

政司夏

諭知事現奉

難主定

千十

購收

司並

飭業主卽便遵照毋違特諗 回公地則例辦理等因奉此合行諭 回至如何補置則按一千九百年收 期滿該地及一切權利即由政府收 知該業主由諭知之日起限四個月 意其終難成議仰該司卽行出示諭 向該業主磋商購回迄未允願本督 政局議定將其收回並以政府名義 巴現因舉辦公益業經本督會同議 份第四約第一千九百八十一號地 督憲令開在田土廳註册之丈量約

九右

合百

年府個

收收月

九百八十一號地毘業主

右諭丈量約份第四約第一千

一千九百三十年三月十四日

E. R. HALLIFAX,

CColonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

To the Ouner of Survey District No. IV Lot No. 1959.

  No. 161. It is hereby notified that the Governor in Council having decided that the resumption of the property registered in the District Office, South, as Survey District No. IV Lot No. 1959 is required for a public purpose, and in the opinion of the Governor private negotiations for the purchase thereof having failed, the said property and all rights easements and appurtenances thereto belonging or appertaining will be resumed by the Crown on the expiration of four mouths from the publication of this notice and thereupon such compensation in respect of such resumption will be paid as may be awarded in the manner provided by the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900.

第一百六十一號

布政司夏

14th March, 1930.

主地

郎則

諭知事現奉

業主磋商購回迄未允願本督意其

現因舉辦公益經本督會同議政局 議定將其收回並以政府名義向該

第四約第一千九百五十九號地段 督憲令開田土廳註冊之丈量約份

該囘

終難成議仰該司卽行出示諭知該

起卽

府個

收月

囘期知

至滿該

主卽便遵照毋違特諭 地則例辦理等因奉此合行諭飭業 如何補置則按一千九百年收回公

該地及一切權利卽由政府收回至

業主. 由諭知之日起限四個月期滿

九右

九百五十九號地段業主

右諭丈量約份第四約第一千

一千九百卅年三月十四日

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COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

To the Orner of Survey District No. IV Lot No. 2008.

No. 162.-It is hereby notified that the Governor in Council having decided that the resumption of the property registered in the District Office, South, as Survey District No. IV Lot No. 2008, is required for a public purpose and in the opinion of the Governor private negotiations for the purchase thereof having failed, the said property and all rights easements and appurtenances thereto belonging or appertaining will be resumed by the Crown on the expiration of four months from the publication of this notice and thereupon such compensation in respect of such resumption will be paid as may bẹ awarded in the manner provided by the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

第一百六十二號

布政司夏

14th March, 1930.

便例

遵辦

諭知事現奉

舉辦公益經本督會同議政局議定 第四約第二千零零八號地段現因 督憲令開田土廳註册之丈量約份

例辦理等因奉此合行諭飭業主卽 補置則按一千九百年收回公地則 及一切權利卽由政府收回至如何 由諭知之日起限四個月期滿該地 成議仰該司卽行出示諭知該業主 磋商購回迄未允願本督意

便遵照毋違特論

零零八號地段業主

右諭丈量約份第叫約第二千

一千九百三十年三月十四日

To the Orner of

本名

意向

其該局段

業終業議現約

地主難主定因份

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT

Survey District No, IV Lot No. 1985.

   No. 163. It is hereby notified that the Governor in Council having decided that the resumption of the property registered in the District Office, South, as Survey District No. IV Lot No. 1985 is required for a public purpose and in the opinion of the Governor private negotiations for the purchase thereof having failed, the said property and all rights easements and appurtenances thereto belonging or appertaining will be resumed by the Crown on the expiration of four months from the publication of this notice and thereupon such compensation in respect of such resumption will be paid as may be awarded in the manner provided by the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900,

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

號一百六十三號

布政司夏

業議現 督諭

14th March, 1930.

主地

即則

諭知事現奉

定將其收回並以政府名義向該 現因舉辦公益經本督會同議政局 第四約第一千九百八十五號地 督憲令開田土廳册註之丈量約份

仰 購

日司迄

由限

主即便遵照毋違特諭

地則例辦理等因奉此合行諭飭業 如何補置則按一千九百年收回公 該地及一切權利卽由政府收佃至 業主由諭知之日起限四個月期滿 終難成議仰該司即行出示諭知該

·磋商購回迄未允願本督意其

九百八十五號地段業主

右諗丈量約份第四約第一千

一千九百卅年三月十四日

該局段

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No. 164-Financial Statement for the month of November, 1929.

TREASURY.

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE.

Balance of Assets and Liabilities on 31st October, 1929

Revenue from 1st to 30th November, 1929...

Expenditure from 1st to 30th November, 1929

Balance

$ 10,054,882.59

2.042.211.96

$ 12,097,094.55 1,812,454.21

$10,284,610,34

Assets and Liabilities on the 30th November, 1929.

LIABILITIES.

ASSETS.

$

C.

$$

Deposits not Available

Postal Agencies

Coal Account

1,232,659.70

Subsidiary Coins.

C.

1,888,792.17

6,185.38

Advances

220,770.85

6,592.79

Building Loans

1,400,259.30

Suspense Account

626,182.18

Imprest

55,261.54

Suspense Trade Loan

862,185.39

House Service Account

43,312.47

Overdraft Trade Loan

Adjustment of Exchange

2,523,836.83 † Joint Colonial Fund

4,742,162,65

1,011,331.46

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

456,669.91

Unallocated Stores, (Railway)

152,546.66

Investment Account

1,240,712.28

Lorry Haulage Account

2,301.45

Fixed Deposit Account

1,000,000.00

Balance at Banks.....

1,921,860.04

Trade Loan, Outstanding

3,386,022.22

Total Liabilities

6,268,973.73

Crown Agents, Current Account..

42,942.53

Balance..

10,284,640,34

TOTAL...

16,553,614.07

TOTAL.. .$ 16,553,614.07

10th March, 1930.

† Joint Colonial Fund.....

£410,000 0s. Od.

C. McI. MESSER,

Treasurer.

116

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 14, 1930.

No. 165.

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE REVENUE AND EXPEN

Revenue

Estimates.

Heads of Revenue.

1929.

Revenue from 1st to 30th November,

for same

1929.

period of preceding

Actual Revenue to 30th November,

Revenue

for same

period of preceding

year.

1929.

year.

Light Dues..

$

C.

$

C.

S

c.

141,000

10,927.57

11,449.79

131,714.17

e.

127,086.09

Do.,

Special Assess-

ment ...

173,000

13,199.50

13,270.79

158,690.75

151,889.52

Licences

and

Internal

Revenue not otherwise

specified

15,399,150

1,237,963.18

1,146,883,53 13,645,785.73 13,876,994,87

Fees of Court or Office

Payments for specific

purposes, and Reim-

bursements in Aid........................

1,930,550

223,625.49

203,882.38 1,768,470,05 1,826,378.13

Post Office

930,000

105,914.44

89,754.66

890,659.83

867,617.31

Kowloon-Canton Railway...

808,300

75,725.01

133,475.57

83185147 857,778.77

Rent of Government Pro-

perty, Land and Houses...

1,310,200

70,266.05

67,484.02 1,148,137.23 1,086,376.23

Interest

200,000

107,161.62

12,164.80 311.552.73

197,715.02

Miscellaneous Receipts.

386,400

92,047.00 1,980,270.84

593.281.45 2,431,131.12

Total (exclusive of Land

Sales)

21,278,600

1,936,830,76 3,718,636.38 19,510,1433.41 21,422,962.09

Land Sales (Premia on New

Leases)

1,000,000

105,381.20

116,203.13 1,676,018.54 1,116,176,52

TOTAL.........$ 22,278,600 2,042,211.96

3,834,839.51 21,186,161.95 22,839,138.61

10th March, 1930.

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DITURE FOR THE PERIOD ENDED 30 NOVEMBER, 1929.

Estimates,

Heads of Expenditure.

1929.

Expenditure from 1st to 30th

November,

Expenditure for same month of preceding

1929.

C.

year.

C.

TREASURY.

Actual Expenditure

to 30th November,

1929.

Expenditure for same period of preceding

year.

$

$

C.

H. E. the Governor

103,363

9,233.93

Cadet Service ...........

365,565

25,640.86

7,898.24 26,682.89

92,258.73

287,231.66

98,147.21 297,043.19

Senior Clerical and Ae-

counting Staff

220,103

17,268.71

14,695.19

186,329.47 145,448.30

Junior Clerical Service

726,021

56.711.10

53,573.12

613,699.75

578,289,66

Colonial Secretary's Office

and Legislature

41,198

4.241.15

13,970.46

36,184.21

52,832.67

Secretariat

for Chinese

Affairs

13,180

1,074.60

785.91

10,661.30

10,732.68

Treasury

16,160

1,024.43

384.63

13,963.41

7,977.26

Audit Department

46,781

3,961.88

5,621.13

43,484.37

42,916.83

District Office, North

23,299

1,301.45

1.792.33

16,702.91

20,072.93

Do., South

13.252

878.09

757.88

7,663.09

8,438.64

Post Office

307,140

18,111.97

16,955.19

256,465.84

194,178.86

Imports

and Exports

Office

Royal Observatory

Fire Brigade....

753,746

61,804.17

59,767.84

615,561.64

676,877.30

Harbour Department

782,132

68,657.43

53,675.37

685,173.05

659,894.94

38,306

2,269.03

3,123.09

31,100.83

31,931.41

250,286

17,066.23

10,518.12

182,215.83

174,860.14

Supreme Court.......

143,043

10.118.55

10.334.90

123,507.80

124,262.91

Attorney General....

22,713

2,894.89

1,931.35

31,795.09

32,609.00

Crown Solicitor's Office

33,988

2,585.10

4,071.72

31.351.35

35,766.18

Official Receiver

10,175

835.80

808.50

9,251.96

8,998.37

Land Office

24,976

3,722.46

2,228.22

24.457.19

26,612.61

Magistracy, Hong Kong...

2,264

Do., Kowloon

2,132

157,54 150.08

144.38

1,620.29

1,668.92

209.69

1,736.46

1,755.56

Police Force

1,967,352

157,540.02

114,138.30

1,786,640.15

1,811,085.49

Prisons Department.

548,364

46,558.91

41,340.90

453,129.46

431,254.63

Medical Department

970,350

67,567.33

64,146.67

787,055.24

717,263.90

Sanitary Department

821,501

62,779,54

39,826.63

649,016.49

519,122.95

Botanical and Forestry

Department

100,884

8,046.08

7,482.16

86,417.27

85,237.30

Education Department.

1,259,827

77,682.05

64,257.41

1,032,275.61

974,193.14

Public Works Department.

1,649,897

156.296.90

116,731.78

1,654,837,39 1,214,557.83

Do., Recurrent................

1,689,050

128,758.39

156,475.28

1,052,104,51 1,082,384.09

Do., Extraordinary.

3,419,605

314,006,32

156,769.15

1,264,879.82

1,396,133.39

Kowloon-Canton Railway.

811,644

52,717.86

Volunteer Defence Corps.

103,358

12.097.18

Military Contribution

3,988,388

253.921.08

Miscellaneous Services

1,246,743

115,415.48

Charitable Services ..

103,566

751.08

56.859.99 6,323.58 305,219.16 82,533.55 38,099.52

589,552,10

680,454.46

61,040.49

80,176.50

2,942,986,53

3,443,741.16

1,172,629.22

1,049,211.84

97,385.20

98,739.91

Charge on Account of

Public Debt

1,332,298

1,324,498.97

1,046,602.31

Pensions

847,000

48.606.54

45,418.41

736,290.80 683,748.32

TOTAL............ $ 24,799,650 1,812,454.21

1,615,552.64

18,993,155.48 18,545,222.79

C. McI. MESSER,

Treasurer.

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:

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

No. 166.--Extract of Meteorological Observatious made at the Royal Observatory, Hong Kong, during the month of February, 1930.

BARO-

METER

TEMPERATURE.

HUMIDITY.

DATE.

AT M.S.L.

Max. Mean. Min.

Rel

Abs.

CLOUDINESS.

WIND.

SUN-

SHINE.

RAIN.

Mean Mean

Dir.

Vel.

February

Miles

ins.

p. c.

ins.

p. c.

hrs.

ins.

Points.

p.h.

30.14

59.8 54.1

49.7

2,

.12

58.4

55.0

51.4

3,

.10

58.1

56.3

54.5

4,

.03

61.0

58.0

55.7

5,

.04 62.9

59.8

56.4

6,

.10

58.6

55.8

54.3

7,

.03

55.6

53.8 51.5

8.

.10

62.0

54.4

46.6

61

9,

.18

62.1

54.3 48.7

49

10,

.2 I

59.0

54.9

51.6

67

11,

.27

57.6

55.0 53-7

12,

.26

56:3 53.5

51.7

76

13,

.24

54.6

53.1 51.7

.35

62.9

:

54.6

49.0

69

nadat å 5 9 6 8 VIE

55

023

10. I

E by N

9.5

67

.29

58

7.6

E by N

22.8

79

.35

4.3

E by N

21.7

.44 99

2.I

0.005

E

17-5

.46

100

W

:

3.2

.38

100

0.1

0.015

E by N

22.4

.37

ICO

0.615

E by N

9.8

.26

20

10.8

N

S.z

.21

109

ENE

10.9

.29

86

2.0

E by N

17.4

80

-35 99

0.1

0.010

E

20.1

.31

97

0.095

E by N

17.3

89

.36

100

0.580

NNE

3.1

.29

52

6.6

0.015

N

9.0

15,

.38

61.8

54.9 49.6

16,

.37

60. I

55.0

51.0

17,

.30

61.6

57.6

52.8

18.

.25

70.5

63.6

58.7

19,

.24

74.7

66.9 62.4

20,

.21

67.8 64.2

61.6

21,

.18

71.2 66.0 61.8

22,

74.3

68.1

64.1

23,

75.6

67.9

62.9

DOOR RANI Z

22

10.8

N by E

10.0

67

10.6

.29

E

11.7

65

-31

29

9.8

E by S

15.5

.43 +7

9.1

ESE

11.7

78

-52 53

9.6

E by S

8.2

77

.46

34

10.4

E

17.5

8.6

74

.47

70

E

14.4

55

67

7.9

E by S

10.0

·56

35

8.7

NW by W

3.I

24,

29.99

76.0

69.0

63.7

83

.59

60

6.0

NWhy W

3.9

25,

.92

73.1

69.5

65.3

90

.65 91

4.2

E

6.8

26,

.88 76.4

73-7

70.7

86

.71

98

0.2

0.040

S by W

7.0

27,

289

.99

78.1

72.5

68.5

89

92

3.0

0.005

SSE

5.2

30.08

70.1

66.8 63.6

93

.61

97

1.0

E

15.0

3

Mean,...

30.15

65.0 60.3

56.5

0.42

63

155.3

1.380 Eby N

14.9

MEANS AND EXTREMES FOR FEBRUARY :-

Maximum,.. Normals,

30.30

68.6

63.6

59.9

0.49

30.13

63.0

58.8

55.3 78 0.40

98.

75

Minimum,

30.00

56.4

53.6

50.5

48

0.21

214.7

97.2

22.3

7.945

17.0

1.795

E by N

14.0

0.000

10.8

   The rainfall for the month of February at the Botanical Gardens was lins. 51 on 7 days, at the Matilda Hospital, Mount Kellett, it was 1ins. 31 on 8 days, at Fanling, it was 2ins. 15 on 4 days, at the Royal Naval Hospital, Hong Kong, it was 1ins. 09 on 5 days, and at the Police Station, Taipo, it was 2ins. 14 on 8 days.

The lowest reading of the barometer (M.S.L.) was 29ins. 828 at 16. on the 26th. The maximum gust velocity, as recorded by the Dines-Baxendell anemograph, was at the rate of 48 miles per hour at Sh. 46m. on the 10th.

T. F. CLAXTON.

Director.

13th March, 1930.

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SUPREME COURT.

No. 167.-It is hereby notified that, at the expiration of three months from the date hereof The HONG KONG AND JAPAN ESTATE COMPANY, LIMITED will, unless cause is shewn to the contrary, be struck off the register and the company will be dissolved.

12th March, 1950.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies,

SUPREME COURT.

   No. 168.-It is hereby notified that the name of TAI WAH RESTAURANT, Limited, has been struck off the Register.

14th March, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies.

SUPREME COURT.

   No. 169. It is hereby notified that the name of The YEE CHEONG COMPANY, LIMITED, has been struck off the Register.

14th March, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 21, 1930.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 170.

  Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Registration of Imports and Exports Ordinance, 1922, Ordinance No. 12 of 1922, on the 20th day of March, 1930.

The following regulations are substituted for the regulations contained in the Schedule to the Registration of Imports and Exports Ordinance, 1922:-

1. In these regulations:-

REGULATIONS.

(1) "Person" includes a body corporate and a firm.

(2) "Ship" includes every description of vessel used in navigation and all

aircraft.

66

(3) "Shipowner" or owner of a ship" includes the agents and charterers of

a ship.

(4) "Transhipment cargo means cargo which remains, during all the time that it is in the Colony, under the control of the shipowner in his capa- city as such, whether on a through bill of lading or otherwise.

(5) "Transit cargo

""

means cargo passing through the waters of the Colony without transhipment.

2. Nothing in these regulations shall apply to the following:-

(a) Transit cargo.

(b) Articles imported or exported by the Colonial Government or the Naval or

Military Authorities or the Royal Air Force.

(c) Ship's stores.

(d) Personal baggage, within the limits of weight carried free under passage ticket and comprising only articles and goods for personal use or con- sumption.

(e) Articles imported or exported by means of the Post Office.

(f) Travellers' samples, if not for sale.

(g) Articles imported from or exported to such particular place or places as

shall be notified from time to time by the Superintendent.

   3. Every person who imports any article by sea, land, or air shall within seven days after taking delivery of such article furnish to the Superintendent an accurate and com- plete import declaration relating to such article in form No. 1 in the Appendix, or in such Chinese translation thereof as may be approved by the Superintendent.

   4. Every person who exports any article by sea, land, or air shall within seven days after exportation furnish to the Superintendent an accurate and complete export declara- tion relating to such article in form No. 2 in the Appendix, or in such Chinese transla- tion thereof as may be approved by the Superintendent.

   5.-(1) The owner, master, or compradore of every ship which arrives within the waters of the Colony shall within 72 hours of the arrival of the ship furnish to the Superintendent, or to such officer as he may appoint, an accurate and complete import manifest containing a statement of all articles imported by such ship with the following particulars of each article:--

(a) Number and description of packages. (b) Distinguishing marks or numbers.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 21, 1930. 123

(e) Description of goods.

(d) Consignor.

(2) The Shipowner shall within ten days of the arrival of a ship furnish to the Superintendent a list of the names and addresses of all consignees or persons presenting documents for countersignature for articles imported by such ship, whether they are the original consignees or not, showing clearly what articles each person has received.

(3) If the entire cargo of any ship is not fully included in the above list, owing to delay in taking delivery or other reasonable cause, the shipowner shall every seven days thereafter furnish supplementary lists to the Superintendent until all the cargo has been cleared.

6. Before the owner or master of any ship countersigns the bill of lading or other document of title, or issues a delivery order for any article to any person, he shall ascer- tain the name and address of the consignees or persons presenting documents for counter- signature.

7. The owner, master, or compradore of every ship which leaves the Colony shall before the departure of the ship or within seven days thereafter furnish to the Superin- tendent, or to such officer as he may appoint, an accurate and complete export manifest containing a statement of all articles exported by such ship with the following particulars of each article:--

(a) Number and description of packages.

(6) Distinguishing marks or numbers. (c) Description of goods.

(d) Consignor's name and address.

(e) Port of destination.

8. Before the owner or master of any ship issues a signed bill of lading, or other document of title, for any article to any person, he shall ascertain the name and address of the exporting person or firm for the purpose of entering the same in the export mani- fest.

9. Transhipment cargo shall be plainly indicated as such in all import and export manifests furnished to the Superintendent.

10. Before a consignee, exporter, or person presenting a document for counter- signature delivers the bill of lading or other document of title for any article to the owner or master of any ship, he shall cause the document to be stamped legibly with the name and address of the firm importing or exporting the article.

11. Whenever any person or firm owning or chartering a ship, or acting as agent for the owner, transfers the control of that ship to another person or firm, whether by sale, chartering or otherwise, either temporarily or permanently, notice of such transfer shall be given to the Superintendent in such form as he may prescribe, stating the name and address of the transferee, the nature of the transfer, and in the case of a charter, the duration and other conditions of the charter.

12. These regulations shall come into operation on the 1st day of April, 1930.

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APPENDIX.

FORM 1.

HONG KONG GOVERNMENT.

Registration of Imports and Exports Ordinance, 1922.

Name of Ship or Registration mark of aircraft.

BL No.

Marks & Numbers.

IMPORT DECLARATION.

No. of Packages.

Description.

Date of arrival

Manner of arrival

Weight or Measurement.]

Value.

Country of Origin.

Importer.

Address.

FORM 2.

HONG KONG GOVERNMENT.

Registration of Imports and Exports Ordinance, 1922.

Name of Ship or

Registration mark of aircraft.

BL No.

Marks & Numbers.

EXPORT DECLARATION.

No. of Packages.

Description.

Date of departure

Manner of departure...

Weight or Measurement.

E

Value.

Destination.

COUNCIL CHAMber,

20th March, 1930.

Exporter.

Address.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

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APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

  No. 171.-It is hereby notified, under section 2 of the London Missionary Society Incorporation Ordinance, 1891, Ordinance No. 6 of 1891, that satisfactory proof of the appointment of Dr. ROBERT MCLEAN GIBSON, M.D., F.R.C.S., Edin., as Senior Missionary in Hong Kong of the London Missionary Society has been placed in the hands of His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government.

18th March, 1930,

  No. 172. His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint Chief Detective Inspector TIMOTHY MURPHY to act as an Assistant Superintendent of Police, with effect from 11th March, 1930.

20th March, 1930.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 173. The following correction is made to Government Notification No. 101 lated 13th February, 1930, which was published in the Hong Kong Government Gazette. No. S of 14th February, 1930:-

For

read

"Lieutenant MANNA ALFRED JOHNSON, M.M., to be Captain."

"Lieutenant MAURICE ALFRED JOHNSON, M.M., to be Captain."

21st March, 1930.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S Department.

  No. 174.-The following Finding of the Marine Court of Enquiry held on the 12th and 13th March, 1930, to enquire into the circumstances attending the collision between the British S.S. Anking and the British S.S. Tanda, is published for general information.

21st March, 1930.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

FINDING.

  We find that the British S.S. Anking Official No. 148563 of London of which Mr. Robert Ritchie (Certificate of Competency as Extra Master No. 031684 of Dundee) was Master came into collision in dense fog with the British S.S. Tanda No. 136239 of Glas- gow of which Mr. Elias Tomlin Pilcher (Certificate of Competency as Extra Master No. 031625 of London) was Master in an approximate position Lat. 22°26′ N., Long. 115°.13' E. at 1.40 a.m. (Local time) on February 26th, 1930.

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APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

  No. 171.-It is hereby notified, under section 2 of the London Missionary Society Incorporation Ordinance, 1891, Ordinance No. 6 of 1891, that satisfactory proof of the appointment of Dr. ROBERT MCLEAN GIBSON, M.D., F.R.C.S., Edin., as Senior Missionary in Hong Kong of the London Missionary Society has been placed in the hands of His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government.

18th March, 1930,

  No. 172. His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint Chief Detective Inspector TIMOTHY MURPHY to act as an Assistant Superintendent of Police, with effect from 11th March, 1930.

20th March, 1930.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 173. The following correction is made to Government Notification No. 101 lated 13th February, 1930, which was published in the Hong Kong Government Gazette. No. S of 14th February, 1930:-

For

read

"Lieutenant MANNA ALFRED JOHNSON, M.M., to be Captain."

"Lieutenant MAURICE ALFRED JOHNSON, M.M., to be Captain."

21st March, 1930.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S Department.

  No. 174.-The following Finding of the Marine Court of Enquiry held on the 12th and 13th March, 1930, to enquire into the circumstances attending the collision between the British S.S. Anking and the British S.S. Tanda, is published for general information.

21st March, 1930.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

FINDING.

  We find that the British S.S. Anking Official No. 148563 of London of which Mr. Robert Ritchie (Certificate of Competency as Extra Master No. 031684 of Dundee) was Master came into collision in dense fog with the British S.S. Tanda No. 136239 of Glas- gow of which Mr. Elias Tomlin Pilcher (Certificate of Competency as Extra Master No. 031625 of London) was Master in an approximate position Lat. 22°26′ N., Long. 115°.13' E. at 1.40 a.m. (Local time) on February 26th, 1930.

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   We find that the Anking, being on a voyage from Hong Kong to Swatow, was on course N. 75 E. True, speed slow at 1.32 a.m. At 1.34 hearing a long blast from a steamer about one point on her port bow she altered course to N. 86 E. (True). At 1.35 hearing a second blast, the Compass bearing of the fog signal not having altered, engines were stopped. Ship then proceeded to lose her way and to fall off to star- board. At 1.39 am. the lights of the Tanda were sighted about 100 feet 6 points on the Port Bow.

   We find that the S.S. Tanda proceeding on a voyage from Moji (Japan) to Hong Kong at 1.20 (local time) on February 26th, 1930, was on a course S. 74 W. True pro- ceeding at four knots having another steamer, name unknown, in position on her star- board beam. Both ships were sounding Regulation fog signals.

   At 1.27 Tanda heard a further fog signal (one long blast) four points on her star- board bow and at 1.35 received "Two long blasts from this ship. At 1 38 Tanda stopped. At 1.383 Starboarded her helm to avoid the ship whose lights had just been sighted on the Starboard bow and which ship from her fog signal was deemed to be stopped and making no way through the water.

At 1.39 a.m. both ships went Full Astern,

At 1.40 a.m. they came into collision.

We are of the opinion that the causes of the collision were as follows:-

(a.) Anking on hearing long blasts in the first instance thought she heard Tanda whereas she actually heard the ship on Tanda's beam. She then rightly ported and had the misfortune to close Tanda.

(b.) When approaching one another both vessels had slight headway causing

Anking to strike Tanda on the Starboard bow abreast No. 2 hatch.

(c.) That Anking's headway was such that going astern overcame it just too

late to avoid impact.

   We find that both Masters handled their ships with caution and in a seaman like manner and we further compliment the Master of the Tanda for his prompt manoeuvre immediately after the moment of impact.

   Given under our hands at Victoria, in the Colony of Hong Kong, this 13th day of March, 1930.

(Signed)

G. F. HOLE,

Stipendiary Magistrate and President of the Court.

L. G. ADDINGTON,

Lieut.-Comdr., R.N., H.M.S. Tamar

A. H. STEWART,

J. E. LEFEVRE,

Master, British S.S. Hai Ning.

Master, British S.S. Benreoch.

Master, British S.S. Taiping.

A. M. FRAME,

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COLONIAL SECRETARY's DEPARTMENT.

To the Owners of Survey District IV Lot No. 12.

No. 175. It is hereby notified under section 4 of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, Ordinance No. 10 of 1900, that His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to nominate Mr. HENRY EDWARD GOLDSMITH, J.P., to be a member of the Board of Arbitrators to determine the amount of compensation to be paid in respect of the resumption of Survey District 1V Lot No. 12.

In the event of your failing to nominate a member to represent you on the said Board within seven days from the date of publication of this notice the Chairman of the

Board will appoint a person on your behalf.

21st March, 1930.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

布政司夏

定一人以便公斷此布

斷局公斷則該局之主席將代其選 起七日內仍未選定公斷員會同公 補置若干如該地業主由通告之日 師微君爲公斷局員議訂該地應當 公地則伽第四節委定太平紳士高 照一千九百年第十條則例即收回 號地民政府現須收囘今 督憲按 通告事照得第四丈量約份第十二

右通告第四丈量約份第十二

號地段業主

一千九百卅年三月廿一日

0

To the Owner of Survey

District

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

II Lot No. 99, Section A.

No. 176. It is hereby notified under section 4 of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, Ordinance No. 10 of 1900, that His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to nominate Mr. HENRY EDWARD GOLDSMITH, J.P., to be a member of the Board

of Arbitrators to determine the amount of compensation to be paid in respect of the resumption of Survey District II Lot No. 99, Section A.

In the event of your failing to nominate a member to represent you on the said of this notice the Chairman of the

Board within seven days from the date of publication

Board will appoint a person on your

behalf.

21st March, 1930.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

布政司夏

右通告第十一丈量約份第九

席將代其選定一人以便公斷此佈 斷員會同公斷局公斷則該局之主 由通告之日起七日內仍未選定公 訂該地應當補置若干如該地業主 太平紳士高師微君爲公斷局員議 則例卽收回公地則例第四節委定 今 督憲按照一千九百年第十條 十九號地段第一段政府現須收回 通告事照得第十一丈量約份第九

十九號地段第一段業主

一千九百卅年三月廿一日

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COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

To the Orner of Survey District Il Lot No.52.

No. 177.-It is hereby notified under section 4 of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, Ordinance No. 10 of 1900, that His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to nominate Mr. HENRY EDWARD GOLDSMITH, J.P., to be a member of the Board of Arbitrators to determine the amount of compensation to be paid in respect of the resumption of Survey District II Lot No. 52.

In the event of your failing to nominate a member to represent you on the said Board within seven days from the date of publication of this notice the Chairman of the

Board will appoint a person on

your

behalf.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

21st March, 1930.

布政司夏

其選定一人以便公斷此布

同公斷局公斷則該局之主席將代 之日起七日內仍未選定公斷員會 應當補置若干如該地業主由通告 士高師微君爲公斷局員議訂該地 收回公地則例第四節委定太平紳 憲按照一千九百年第十條則例卽 十二號地民政府現須收回今 督 通告事照得第十一丈量約份第五

右通告第十一丈量約份第五

十二號地業主

一千九百卅年三月廿一日

1 督 五

No. 178.-It is hereby notified

SUPREME COURT.

that, at the expiration of three months from the

date hereof the INTERNATIONAL TRADERS, LIMITED will, unless cause is shewn to the con-

trary, be struck off the register and the company will be dissolved.

15th March, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

   No. 179.-It is hereby notified for general information that the Cancellation of the Memorial of Re-entry on Inland Lot No. 2509 has been registered according to law.

20th March, 1930.

PHILIP JACKS,

Lanil Officer.

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 180.

Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 4 of the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, Ordinance No. 32 of 1915, on the 21st day of March, 1930.

""

The order or regulation relating to the export of aircraft, ammunition, arms, explo- 727 sives, saltpetre and sulphur, made by the Governor in Council and set forth on page

Prohibited exports of the Regulations of Hong Kong, 1844-1925, under the heading "Prohibited is hereby amended by the addition, at the end thereof, of the following proviso,-

Provided however that this regulation shall not apply to any of the above men- tioned articles where,

(a) such articles are consigned to some place outside the Colony and in transitu on any vessel as bona fide cargo and entered on the manifest; and

(b) such articles are carried on in the importing ship or are transhipped from one vessel to another, without landing thereof in either case; and

(c) in case of such transhipment, the articles, if reasonably capable of being

packed, are in unbroken packages; and

(d) in case such articles are carried on in the importing ship as aforesaid, notice thereof, together with particulars of the articles, is given to the Inspector General of Police at a reasonable time before the departure of such ship; and

(e) in case such articles are transhipped as aforesaid, notice thereof, together with particulars of the articles, is given to the Inspector General of Police at a reasonable time before the transhipment.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

21st March, 1930.

÷

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

  No. 181. His Majesty the KING has not been advised to exercise his power of disallowance with respect to the following Ordinance :---

Ordinance No. 18 of 1929.-An Ordinance to amend the Police Force Ordi-

nance, 1900.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

27th March, 1930.

N. L. SMITH,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

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131

   No. 182. The Honourable Mr. JOHN OWEN HUGHES has given notice of the follow- ing question to be asked at the next meeting of the Legislative Council :---

In view of the serious and continued fall in the price of Silver, and con- sequent effect on exchange, and on the trade of the Colony, will the Govern- ment promptly appoint a local Committee composed of Merchants, Bankers and Exchange Brokers, to study the whole question, or in the alternative obtain the service of a financial expert from Home, or take such other, and if so, what, steps to meet the situation?

to which the following is the reply :-

The Government has appointed a Committee of enquiry, constituted as follows:-

The Honourable The Colonial Treasurer (Mr. C. McI. Messer, O.B.E.),

(Chairman),

The Honourable Mr. R. II. Kotewall, C.M.G., LL.D.,

Mr. M. J. Breen,

Mr. C. G. S. Mackie,

Mr. A. II. Ferguson,

Mr. V. M. Grayburn,

Mr. D. O. Russell,

Mr. C. Champkin,

Mr. T. Megarry (Secretary), Colonial Secretary's Office.

The terms of reference are :-

1. Is the present currency the most advantageous for the purposes of

the trade of this Colony?

2. In what respects, if any, is the present currency situation in the

Colony unsatisfactory?

3. If the situation is unsatisfactory in what way can it be remedied? 4. Is the premium on notes over silver detrimental to the prosperity

of the Colony? If so can it be controlled and by what means? 5. Is the linking of the currency with silver advantageous to the

Colony? If so can it be more closely linked?

6. Is it desirable in the interests of the Colony that the value of the dollar be stabilised? If so can any effective steps be taken to that end?

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

28th March, 1930.

N. L. SMITH, Deputy Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

No. 183.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint, provisionally, and subject to His Majesty's pleasure, Mr. BENJAMIN DAVID FLEMING BEITH to be temporarily an Unofficial Member of the Legislative Council, vice the Honourable Mr. ARTHUR CECIL HYNES, resigned, with effect from the 15th March, 1930.

24th March, 1930.

132 THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 28, 1930.

No. 184.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased, provisionally and pending instructions from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, to recognise Mr. HAROLD SHANTZ as in charge of the Consulate General of the United States of America in Hong Kong.

28th March, 1930.

NOTICES.

TREASURY.

No. 185. It is hereby notified for the information of Owners and Occupiers of tenements that, under the provisions of the Rating Ordinance No. 6 of 1901, Rates for the Second Quarter of 1930, are payable in advance on or before the 30th April, 1930.

If any person shall fail to pay such Rates on or before the 31st May, 1930, 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 April, 1930, nor unless application is made for such refund within fifteen days from the expiration of the Quarter.

28th March, 1930.

C. McI. MESSER,

Colonial Treasurer.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

No. 186. The following addition to the Register of Medical Practitioners entitled to practise Medicine in this Colony, published in Government Notification No. 242 of the 6th May, 1929, pursuant to the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1884, is published for general information:-

PERSON QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

QUALIFICATION,

DATE OF QUALIFICATION.

Lee, George

46, Robinson Road.

Member of the Royal College of Sur-

geons (England).

1927.

Licentiate of the Royal College of Phy-

sicians (London).

1927.

24th March, 1930.

A. R. WELLINGTON,

Director of Medical & Sanitary Services.

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THE CROWN LANDS RESUMPTION ORDINANCE, 1900.

TO THE OWNER OF DEMARCATION DISTRICT No. 83 Lots Nos. 430, 435A, 448, 449, 450, 796A, 798B, 809B, 813, 816, 817, 891, 893, 1034, 1053, 1054B, 1055, 1056, 1057, 1058, 1059, 1060, 1061B, 1062B, 1063B, 1064B, 1073B, 1077B, 1078B, 1080B and 1827B.

   No. 187. It is hereby notified, pursuant to section 16 (2) of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, that an award of $2,404.21 has been made in respect of the resumption of Demarcation District No. 83 Lots Nos. 430, 435A, 448, 449, 450, 796A, 798B, 809B, 813, 816, 817, 891, 893, 1034, 1053, 1054B, 1055, 1056, 1057, 1058, 1059, 1060, 1061B, 1062B, 1063B, 1064B, 1073B, 1077B, 1078B, 1080B and 1827B and that the District Officer, North, a Government Officer, is hereby appointed to pay the com- pensation so awarded together with interest thereon as prescribed by the said Ordinance, at his office and during Government office hours between 11 o'clock in the forenoon of Friday, the 11th day of April, 1930 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Friday, the 11th day of April, 1930. If no claim be made for the compensation money at the place, and within the time appointed the officer appointed as above will cause such money to be paid into the Treasury, and the provisions of section 16 (5) and (6) of the said Ordinance as to claims within five years, or transfer, thereafter, to the general revenue of the Colony, as the case may be, will apply to the said money.

E. I. WYNNE-JONES,

District Officer, North.

a

26th March, 1930.

THE CROWN LANDS RESUMPTION ORDINANCE, 1900.

TO THE OWNER OF DEMARCATION DISTRICT No. 83 Lot No. 442.

No. 188. It is hereby notified, pursuant to section 16 (2) of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, that an award of $48.09 has been made in respect of the resumption of Demarcation District No. 83 Lot No. 442 and that the District Officer, North, a Government Officer, is hereby appointed to pay the compensation so awarded together with interest thereon as prescribed by the said Ordinance, at his office, and during Government office hours between 11 o'clock in the forenoon of Friday, the 11th day of April, 1930 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Friday, the 11th day of April, 1930. If no claim be made for the compensation money at the place, and within the time appointed the officer appointed as above will cause such money to be paid into the Treasury, and the provisions of section 16 (5) and (6) of the said Ordinance as to claims within five years, or transfer, thereafter, to the general revenue of the Colony, as the case may be, will apply to the said money.

E. I. WYNNE-JONES,

District Officer, North.

26th March, 1930.

THE CROWN LANDS RESUMPTION ORDINANCE, 1900.

TO THE OWNER OF DEMARCATION DISTRICT No. 83 Lots Nos. 1033, 1065, 1066B, 1067B AND 1450A.

No. 189.-It is hereby notified, pursuant to section 16 (2) of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, that an award of $164.24 has been made in respect of the resumption of Demarcation District No. 83 Lots Nos. 1033, 1065, 1066B, 1067B and 1450A and that the District Officer, North, a Government Officer, is hereby appointed to

134 THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 28, 1930.

pay the compensation so awarded together with interest thereon as prescribed by the said Ordinance, at his office, and during Government office hours between 11 o'clock in the forenoon of Friday, the 11th day of April, 1930 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Friday, the 11th day of April, 1930. If no claim be made for the compensation money at the place, and within the time appointed the officer appointed as above will cause such money to be paid into the Treasury, and the provisions of section 16 (5) and (6) of the said Ordinance as to claims within five years, or transfer, thereafter, to the general revenue of the Colony, as the case may be, will apply to the said money.

26th March, 1930.

E. I. WYNNE-JONES,

District Officer, North.

THE CROWN LANDS RESUMPTION ORDINANCE, 1900.

LOT No. 103, SURVEY DISTRICT II.

  No. 190.-It is hereby notified, pursuant to section 16 (2) of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, that an award of $65.35 has been made in respect of the resumption of S. D. II Lot No. 103 and that the District Officer, South, a Government Officer, is hereby appointed to pay the compensation so awarded together with interest thereon as prescribed by the said Ordinance, at his office, and during Government office hours between 11 o'clock in the forenoon of Friday, the 4th day of April, 1930 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Friday, the 4th day of April, 1930. If no claim be made for the compensation money at the place, and within the time appointed the oflicer appointed as above will cause such money to be paid into the Treasury, and the provisions of sec- tion 16 (5) and (6) of the said Ordinance as to claims within five years, or transfer, thereafter, to the general revenue of the Colony, as the case may be, will apply to the said money.

26th March, 1930.

HAROLD T. CREASY,

Director of Public Works.

THE CROWN LANDS RESUMPTION ORDINANCE, 1900.

LOTS Nos. 23, 24, 37, 251 AND 252, SURVEY DISTRICT II.

No. 191.-It is hereby notified, pursuant to section 16 (2) of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, that an award of $740.55 has been made in respect of the resumption of S. D. II Lots Nos. 23, 24, 37, 251 and 252 and that the District Officer, South, a Government Officer, is hereby appointed to pay the compensation so awarded together with interest thereon as prescribed by the said Ordinance, at his office, and during Government office hours between 11 o'clock in the forenoon of Friday, the 4th day of April, 1930 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Friday, the 4th day of April, 1930. If no claim be made for the compensation money at the place, and within the time appointed the officer appointed as above will cause such money to be paid into the Treasury, and the provisions of section 16 (5) and (6) of the said Ordinance as to claims within five years, or transfer, thereafter, to the general revenue of the Colony, as the case may be, will apply to the said money.

26th March, 1930.

HAROLD T. CREASY,

Director of Public Works.

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THE CROWN LANDS RESUMPTION ORDINANCE, 1900.

Lots Nos. 117, 118, 121 R.P. AND 366, SURVEY DISTRICT II.

No. 192.-It is hereby notified, pursuant to section 16 (2) of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, that an award of $348.50 has been made in respect of the resumption of S. D. II Lots Nos. 117, 118, 121 R.P. and 366 and that the District Officer, South, a Government Officer, is hereby appointed to pay the compensation so awarded together with interest thereon as prescribed by the said Ordinance, at his office, and during Government office hours between 11 o'clock in the forenoon of Friday, the 4th day of April, 1930 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Friday, the 4th day of April, 1930. If no claim be made for the compensation money at the place, and within the time appointed the officer appointed as above will cause such money to be paid into the Treasury, and the provisions of section 16 (5) and (6) of the said Ordinance as to claims within five years, or transfer, thereafter, to the general revenue of the Colony, as the case may be, will apply to the said money.

26th March, 1930.

HAROLD T. CREASY,

Director of Public Works.

THE CROWN LANDS RESUMPTION ORDINANCE, 1900.

TO THE OWNER OF SURVEY DISTRICT IV LOTS Nos. 614 R.P. AND 3182.

No. 193.-It is hereby notified, pursuant to section 16 (2) of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, that an award of $3,889.28 has been made in respect of the resumption of Survey District IV Lots Nos. 614 R.P. and 3182 and that the District Officer, South, a Government Officer, is hereby appointed to pay the compensation so awarded together with interest thereon as prescribed by the said Ordinance, at his office, and during Government office hours between 11 o'clock in the forenoon of Friday, the 11th day of April, 1930 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Friday, the 11th day of April, 1930. If no claim be made for the compensation money at the place, and within the time appointed the officer appointed as above will cause such money to be paid into the Treasury, and the provisions of section 16 (5) and (6) of the said Ordinance as to claims within five years, or transfer, thereafter, to the general revenue of the Colony, as the case may be, will apply to the said money.

26th March, 1930.

HAROLD T. CREASY,

Director of Public Works.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE, TAI Po.

No. 194. It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Crown on D.D. 5, Lot No. 843 in the Northern District of the New Territo- ries has been registered according to law.

21st March. 1930.

E. I. WYNNE-JONES,

District Officer, North.

136

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 28, 1930.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

   No. 195.--It is hereby notified for general information that the Cancellation of the Memorial of Re-entry on Kowloon Inland Lot No. 1677 has been registered according to law.

25th March, 1930.

PHILIP JACKS,

Land Officer

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. 196. It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Crown on Kowloon Inland Lot No. 2275 has been registered according to law.

24th March, 1930.

No. 197.

PHILIP JACKS,

Land Officer.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 28, 1930. 137

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 198.-It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has expired and that they will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 22nd April, 1930, unless the prescribed fees for renewal of registration are paid before that date:-

Number of Marks.

Names and Addresses of Proprietors.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

File

Nos.

No. 12 of 1902.

Wong Kam-shang of the Wong Fuk Ching Shop, of No. 345A, Queen's Road West, Victoria, Hong Kong.

9th March, 1930.

395 of 1929.

Nos. 14 to 14G of 1902. The China Sugar Refining Company,

Limited, Hong Kong.

17th March, 1930.

430 of 1929.

20th March, 1930.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 199. It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has expired and that they will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 29th April, 1930, unless the prescribed fees for renewal of registration are paid before that date:

Number of Trade Marks.

Names and Addresses of Proprietors.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

File Nos.

Nos. 81 and 82 of 1916.

H. M. H Nemazee, 10, Des Voeux Road,

Hong Kong.

23rd March, 1930.

433 of 1929.

No. 55 of 1916.

Ardath Tobacco Company, Limited (New Company), at 51, Worship Street, Lon- don, E.C., England.

23rd March, 1930.

432 of 1929.

27th March, 1930.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 200.-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 and Address of Owner.

Period of Renewal.

Class in which renewed.

File No.

No. 1561 of 1888.

26th March, British American Tobacco Co.,

1888.

Ltd., Westminster House, 7, Millbank, London, S.W,, England.

26th March, 1944.

45

352 of 1929.

27th March, 1930.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks.

138

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 28, 1930.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 201. 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 and Address of Owner.

Period of Renewal.

Class in which renewed.

File No.

No. 9 of 1902.

25th February, Un Ting Tsun, otherwise Ting

1902.

25th February, 1944.

45

392 of 1929.

20th March, 1930.

Tsun, otherwise Un Chi Hoi, Un Ting Kwong, otherwise Ting Kwong, otherwise Un Man Chuen, Chu Shi, other- wise Un Chu Shi, widow, and Chung Shi, otherwise Un Chung Shi, widow, all of No. 159, Wing Lok Street, Hong Kong.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 4, 1930.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

  No. 202.-His Majesty the KING has not been advised to exercise his power of disallowance with respect to the following Ordinance :---

Ordinance No. 33 of 1929.-An Ordinance to amend the Crown Lands Resump-

tion Ordinance, 1900.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

4th April, 1930.

N. L. SMITH,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 203. With reference to Government Notification No. 464 of 13th September, 1929, His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint Mr. THOMAS HENRY ROBERT SHAW to be a Member of the Harbour Board, vice Mr. ROBERT SUTHERLAND, Ö.B.E., with effect from 27th March, 1930.

31st March, 1930.

  No. 204.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to re-appoint the Honourable Mr. Ts'o SEEN-WAN, O.B.E., LL.D., the Reverend ARTHUR DUDLEY STEWART and the Reverend FRANK SHORT, as Members of the Board of Education for a further period of two years, with effect from the 9th April, 1930.

3rd April, 1930.

  No. 205.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to re-appoint Mr. HUGH BLACKWELL LAYARD DOWBIGGIN to be a Member of the Board of Education for a further period of two years, with effect from the 15th April, 1930.

3rd April, 1930.

No. 206.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint Mr. QUENTIN ALLISON ASHBY MACFADYEN to be an Assistant Superin- tendent of Imports and Exports, with effect from the 1st April, 1930.

4th April, 1930.

  No. 207.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint Major HUGH BLACKWELL LAYARD DOWBIGGIN to act as Commandant of the Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps, during the absence on leave of Lieut.-Colonel LENNOX GODFREY BIRD, D.S.Ö., O.B.E., or until further notice, with effect from 25th April, 1930.

4th April, 1930.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 4, 1930.

141

  No. 208. His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint Dr. AUBREY VERNON GREAVES to act as Government Bacteriologist during the absence on leave of Dr. EDWARD PIGOTT MINETT, with effect from 3rd April, 1930.

4th April, 1930.

  No. 209.-The King's Exequatur empowering Herr BRUNO HAHN to act as German. Consul at Hong Kong has received His Majesty's signature.

4th April, 1930.

  No. 210. The King's Exequatur empowering Senor Don GUSTAVO LUDERS DE NEGRI to act as Mexican Consul-General in London for Hong Kong has received flis Majesty's signature.

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4th April, 1930.

NOTICES.

SUPREME COURT.

  No. 211-It is hereby notified that, at the expiration of three months from the date hereof the SOUTH CHINA TRADE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION, LIMITED will, unless cause is shewn to the contrary, be struck off the register and the company will be dissolved.

3rd April, 1950.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies.

The Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900.

  No. 212. With reference to the notices of the nomination by His Excellency the Governor of a member of the hereinafter mentioned Board of Arbitrators to determine the amount of compensation to be paid in respect of the resumption of,-

(1) Survey District IV Lot No. 12;

2) Survey District II Lot No. 99, Section A; and (3) Survey District II Lot No. 52;

respectively published in the Gazette of the 21st March, 1930, as Government Notifica- tions Nos. 175, 176 and 177, and the respective owners having failed within seven days from the date of such publication to nominate a member to serve on the said Board, I the undersigned, Chairman of the said Board, do hereby nominate and appoint EDMUND FREDERICK RONALD SAMPLE, Esquire, F.R.I.B.A., to be a member of the said Board on behalf of the respective owners.

COURTS OF JUSTICE,

4th April, 1930.

J. R. WOOD,

Chairman of the Board of Arbitrators.

:

142

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 4, 1930.

The Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900.

   No. 213.-It is hereby notified, under section 6 of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, Ordinance No. 10 of 1900, that the Board of Arbitrators appointed to determine the amounts of compensation to be paid in respect of the resumption of,--

(1) Survey District IV Lot No.12;

(2) Survey District II Lot No. 99, Section A; and

(3) Survey District II Lot No.52;

is constituted as follows:

His Honour Mr. JOHN ROSKRUGE WOOD, Puisne Judge, Chairman;

Mr. HENRY EDWARD GOLDSMITH, J.P., nominated by His Excellency the Officer

Administering the Government; and

Mr. EDMUND FREDERICK RONALD SAMPLE, F.R.I.B.A., nominated by the Chairman

on behalf of the respective owners.

   It is hereby further notified that the Chairman hereby appoints Tuesday, the 15th day of April,1930, at 2.30 o'clock in the afternoon at his Chambers, the Courts of Justice, Victoria, Hong Kong, as the time and place for the Board to commence its sittings.

   Any person claiming compensation, whether as owner or otherwise, by reason of such resumption must, before the commencement of the sittings of the Board, transmit to the Colonial Secretary for transmission to the Board a written claim, stating the nature of his right or interest in the land and the amount which he seeks to recover.

J. R. Woon,

Chairman of the Board of Arbitrators.

4th April, 1930.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 4, 1930.

THE MAGISTRACY.

143

  No. 214.-It is hereby notified by Command of His Excellency the Officer Admi- nistering the Government that an election by the Justices of the Peace of a Justice of the Peace to serve on the Legislative Council, during the absence of the Honourable Sir HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, K.C., will take place at the Registry, Supreme Court, on Friday, the 11th day of April, 1930, commencing at 4 o'clock in the afternoon.

The ballot-box will be closed at 5.30 p.m.

  Justices of the Peace who are Government officials are not entitled to take part in these proceedings.

  Every candidate must be nominated in writing by one Justice and seconded by another and the nomination delivered to the undersigned not later than Wednesday, the 9th day of April, 1930.

Forms may be obtained at the Magistracy.

4th April, 1930.

R. E. LINDSell,

Police Magistrate.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

  No. 215.-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 5th May, 1930, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before that date :

Number of Trade Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietors.

Date of Expiration of File No.

Registration.

No. 16 of 1902.

2nd April, 1930.

Wailes Doves & Co. (1906), Limited, No. 5, St. Nicholas Buildings, Newcastle- upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England.

4th April, 1930.

434 of 1929.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE Marks.

  No. 216.-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 and Address of Owner.

Period of Renewal.

Class in which renewed.

File No.

No. 134 of 1901.

26th August, 1901.

Leung Min, No. 22, Queen's Road West, Victoria, Hong Kong.

26th August,

1943.

42

187 of 1929.

2nd April, 1930.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks.

144

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 4, 1930.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF PATENTS.

No. 217.- Notice is hereby given that the following United Kingdom Patent has been registered under the provisions of the United Kingdom Patents Ordinance, 1925:-

No. and date of grant.

Date as of which sealed.

Present owner.

Nature of invention.

Date of registration.

No. 304,824 18th April, 1929.

27th October,

1927.

28th March, 1930.

Winchester Repeating Arms Company, a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of Delaware, United States of America, having a place of business in New Haven, Connecticut, United States of America.

Combined Ring Hanger 27th March,

and Belt Hook for Electric Flashlights.

1930.

E. P. H. LANG,

Registrar of Patents.

146

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 11,

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

1930.

No. 218

  Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Vehicles and Traffic Regulation Ordinance, 1912, Ordinance No. 40 of 1912, on the 5th day of April, 1930.

  The Traffic Regulations set forth on pages 617-655 of the Regulations of Hong Kong, 1844-1925, are hereby further amended as follows,-

(a) by the insertion of the words "or tramcar" between the words "any moving motor vehicle" and the words "which he overtakes ", in line 5 of regulation 52.

(b) by the insertion of the following regulation in the group of regulations under

the heading "Vehicles ", next after regulation 75,-

75A.-(1) No vehicle or tramcar shall be brought to a stop in the main roadway of the portion of the Shaukiwan Road between Bay View Police Station and the junction of such road and Causeway Bay Road near the eastern end of the Polo Ground, except where and for a time absolutely necessary to enable the vehicle to leave or enter any premises fronting on the said portion of the Shaukiwan Road.

(2) No vehicle or tramcar shall overtake any motor vehicle or tramcar proceeding in the same direction along or upon the said portion of the Shaukiwan Road.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

COUNCIL CHAMBER

5th April, 1930.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

No. 219.-His Majesty the KING has not been advised to exercise his power of disallowance with respect to the following Ordinance :-

Ordinance No. 30 of 1929.-An Ordinance to amend further the Public Health

and Buildings Ordinance, 1903.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

10th April, 1930.

N. L. SMITH,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

No. 220.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased, provisionally and pending instructions from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, to recognise Mr. TANICHIRO YOSHIDA as in charge of the Consulate General of Japan in Hong Kong.

9th April, 1930.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 11, 1930.

147

  No. 221.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint, under section 9 of the Liquors Consolidation Ordinance, 1911, Ordi- nance No. 9 of 1911, Mr. JOHN ARCHIBALD PLUMMER to be a Member of the Licensing Board for a period of three years, with effect from 8th April, 1930.

10th April, 1930.

No. 222.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint Lieut.-Col. FREDERICK EAVES, D.S.O., to act as Land Officer and Mr. WILLIAM JAMES LOCKHART-SMITH to act as Assistant Land Officer during the absence on leave of Mr. PHILIP JACKS or until further notice, with effect from the 9th April, 1930.

10th April, 1930.

No. 223.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint, provisionally and subject to His Majesty's pleasure, the Honourable Mr. JOHN OWEN HUGHES to be temporarily an Unofficial Member of the Executive Council, in the place of Sir HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, Kt., K.C., who is temporarily absent from the Colony.

9th April, 1930.

No. 224.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to make the following appointment, during the absence on leave of His Honour Sir HENRY Cowper Gollan, Kt., C.B.E., or until further notice :-

Sir JOSEPH HORSFORD KEMP, Kt., K.C., C.B.E., to act as Chief Justice,

with effect from the 9th April, 1930.

11th April, 1930.

No. 225.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint Mr. CHALONER GRENVILLE ALABASTER, K.C., O.B.E., to act as Attorney General until further notice, with effect from the 9th April, 1930.

11th April, 1930.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 226. With reference to Government Notification No. 182 of 1930, it is hereby notified that the Government has made two further appointments as shown hereunder to the Committee of Enquiry referred to therein :-

Mr. Li Tsz FONG.

Mr. CHAU YUE TENG.

11th April, 1930.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

148

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 11, 1930.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

   No. 227. It is hereby notified that the undermentioned streets are to be known for the future by the names indicated against them:

DESCRIPTION.

PROPOSED NAME.

CHINESE VERSION.

Bridle Track commencing at Aberdeen New Road about 100 yards from its junction with Coombe Road (Wanchai Gap) con- touring the hillside in a Southerly and Easterly direction, passing north of Little Hong Kong Village and terminating at its junction with Deep Water Bay Old Road about mile South-west of Wong- neicheong Gap

Bridle Track commencing at Wongneicheong Old Road and Tytam Road near Wong- neicheong Gap, contouring the hillside to the West of Jardines Lookout, passing South of Braemar Hill Reservoir and ter- minating at Mount Parker Road about | 700 yards North of Taikoo Sanitorium (Quarry Gap).

Road commencing at Island Road opposite the Green Island Brickworks path con- touring the hillside through R.B.L. 245 and rejoining Island Road about 450 yards to the West of its commencement..

11th April, 1930.

No. 228.

Lady Clementi's Ride.

金夫人馳馬道

Sir Cecil's Ride.

金督馳馬道

Shouson Hill Road (Private).

壽臣山道

(私家)

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT

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BATHING BEACHES.

Bathing Beach at Tai Wan Bay, Kowloon.

    1. This beach will be open for the use of the General Public from Thursday, May 1st, inclusive.

2. A fee of 10 cents per person will be charged.

:

Bathing Beach adjoining the premises of the

Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club.

    1. This beach will be open for the use of the General Public from Thursday, May 1st, inclusive.

2. A fee of 10 cents per person will be charged.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 11, 1930.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

   No. 227. It is hereby notified that the undermentioned streets are to be known for the future by the names indicated against them:

DESCRIPTION.

PROPOSED NAME.

CHINESE VERSION.

Bridle Track commencing at Aberdeen New Road about 100 yards from its junction with Coombe Road (Wanchai Gap) con- touring the hillside in a Southerly and Easterly direction, passing north of Little Hong Kong Village and terminating at its junction with Deep Water Bay Old Road about mile South-west of Wong- neicheong Gap

Bridle Track commencing at Wongneicheong Old Road and Tytam Road near Wong- neicheong Gap, contouring the hillside to the West of Jardines Lookout, passing South of Braemar Hill Reservoir and ter- minating at Mount Parker Road about | 700 yards North of Taikoo Sanitorium (Quarry Gap).

Road commencing at Island Road opposite the Green Island Brickworks path con- touring the hillside through R.B.L. 245 and rejoining Island Road about 450 yards to the West of its commencement..

11th April, 1930.

No. 228.

Lady Clementi's Ride.

金夫人馳馬道

Sir Cecil's Ride.

金督馳馬道

Shouson Hill Road (Private).

壽臣山道

(私家)

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT

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BATHING BEACHES.

Bathing Beach at Tai Wan Bay, Kowloon.

    1. This beach will be open for the use of the General Public from Thursday, May 1st, inclusive.

2. A fee of 10 cents per person will be charged.

:

Bathing Beach adjoining the premises of the

Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club.

    1. This beach will be open for the use of the General Public from Thursday, May 1st, inclusive.

2. A fee of 10 cents per person will be charged.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 11, 1930.

Bathing Beach at Kennedy Town.

149

1. This beach will be open for the use of the General Public from Thursday, May 1st, inclusive.

2. A fee of 5 cents per person will be charged.

Bathing Beach at Repulse Bay.

   1. This beach will be open for the use of the General Public from Thursday, May 1st, inclusive.

2. A fee of 20 cents per person will be charged.

Bathing Beach at Laichikok.

   1. This beach will be open for the use of the General Public from Thursday, May 1st, inclusive.

2. A fee of 10 cents per person will be charged.

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11th April, 1930.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

SUPREME COURT.

   No. 229.-Under section 113 of the Companies Ordinance, 1911, it is hereby notified for general information that the name of HARRY JOHN NAIRN has been added to the list of names of persons who, having made applications to be appointed auditors for the purposes of the Companies Ordinance, 1911, are in the opinion of the Registrar of Companies qualified to perform the duties required by the said Ordinance to be per- formed by an auditor.

11th April, 1930.

C. D. MELBOurne,

Registrar of Companies

SUPREME COURT.

   No. 230.-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 begins on the 18th day of April, 1930, and terminates on the 24th day of April, 1930, (both days inclusive).

9th April, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE, Registrar.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 11, 1930.

Bathing Beach at Kennedy Town.

149

1. This beach will be open for the use of the General Public from Thursday, May 1st, inclusive.

2. A fee of 5 cents per person will be charged.

Bathing Beach at Repulse Bay.

   1. This beach will be open for the use of the General Public from Thursday, May 1st, inclusive.

2. A fee of 20 cents per person will be charged.

Bathing Beach at Laichikok.

   1. This beach will be open for the use of the General Public from Thursday, May 1st, inclusive.

2. A fee of 10 cents per person will be charged.

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11th April, 1930.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

SUPREME COURT.

   No. 229.-Under section 113 of the Companies Ordinance, 1911, it is hereby notified for general information that the name of HARRY JOHN NAIRN has been added to the list of names of persons who, having made applications to be appointed auditors for the purposes of the Companies Ordinance, 1911, are in the opinion of the Registrar of Companies qualified to perform the duties required by the said Ordinance to be per- formed by an auditor.

11th April, 1930.

C. D. MELBOurne,

Registrar of Companies

SUPREME COURT.

   No. 230.-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 begins on the 18th day of April, 1930, and terminates on the 24th day of April, 1930, (both days inclusive).

9th April, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE, Registrar.

150

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 11, 1930.

SUPREME COURT.

No. 231. It is hereby notified for general information that, pursuant to section 5 of the Criminal Procedure Ordinance, 1899, 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 Tuesday, the 22nd day of April, 1930, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon.

9th April, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE, Registrar.

SUPREME COURT.

No. 232.-It is hereby notified that the name of The GRAECO EGYPTIAN TOBACCO STORE, LIMITED, has been struck off the Register.

11th April, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE, TAI PO.

No. 233.-It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Crown on the following Lots in the Northern District of the New Territories has been registered according to law :-

D.D. 6, Lots Nos. 1014, 1015, 1016, 1017 and 1018.

1st April, 1930.

E. I. WYNNE-JONES,

District Officer, North.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 234.-It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909 :-

Number of Marks.

Date of Registration.

Names and Addresses of Owners.

Period of Renewal.

Classes in which renewed.

File Nos.

No. 72 of 1916.

6th April, 1916.

Nos. 58 to 64 of 1916.

7th April, 1916.

Nos. 65 to 71 of 1916.

Do.

8th April, 1930.

Westminster Tobacco Company, Limited, Westminster House, 7, Millbank, London, S.W., England.

W. R. Loxley & Co., Hong

Kong.

Do.

6th April,

1944.

45

435 of 1929.

7th April,

24

1944.

436 of 1929.

Do.

34

Do.

E. P. H. LANG,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

3. 4

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 11, 1930.

151

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

  No. 235.-It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909 :-

Number of

Marks.

Date of Registration.

Names and Addresses of Owners.

Period of Renewal.

Classes in

which

File Nos.

renewed.

No. 103 of 1916.

7th April, 1916.

W. R. Loxley & Co., Hong

Kong.

7th April,

24

1944.

437 of 1929.

No. 104 of 1916.

Do.

Do.

Do.

34

Do.

No. 17 of 1902.

9th April, 1902.

Societé Anonymé Filaturé Et Filteries Réunies, Victoria, Hong Kong, and Alost, Bel- gium.

9th April,

23

438

1944.

of 1929.

8th April, 1930.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks.

154

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 17, 1930.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

No. 236. His Majesty the KING has not been advised to exercise his power of disallowance with respect to the following Ordinances :--

Ordinance No. 32 of 1929.-An Ordinance to amend the Arms and Ammunition

Ordinance, 1900.

Ordinance No. 31 of 1929.-An Ordinance to amend the Deportation Ordinance,

1917.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

17th April, 1930.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

N. L. SMITH,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

  No. 237.-Ilis Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint, provisionally and subject to His Majesty's pleasure, Mr. CHARLES GORDON STEWART MACKIE to be temporarily an Unofficial Member of the Legislative Council, in the place of Sir HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, K.C., who is temporarily absent from the Colony, with effect from 9th April, 1930.

17th April, 1930.

  No. 238. His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to make the following promotions in the Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps to date from 1st April, 1930 :-

No. 245 Company Quartermaster Sergeant EVAN GEORGE STEWART to be Second

Lieutenant.

No. 1137 Corporal DAVID LOUIS STRELLETT to be Second Lieutenant.

17th April, 1930.

  No. 239.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint Mr. LANCELOT Ruggles ANDREWES to be Treasury Solicitor, in addition to his other duties, during the absence on leave of Mr. THOMAS MAYNARD HAZLERIGG, M.C., or until further notice, with effect from 29th March, 1930.

17th April, 1930.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 17, 1930.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT

To the Owners of Survey District II Lot No. 1176, Section B.

155

  No. 240. It is hereby notified that the Governor in Council having decided that the resumption of the property registered in the District Office, South, as Survey District II Lot No. 1176, Section B, is required for a public purpose and private negotiations for the purchase thereof having, in the opinion of the Governor, failed, the said property and all rights, easements and appurtenances thereto belonging or appertaining will be resumed by the Crown on the expiration of four months from the publication of this notice and thereupon such compensation in respect of such resumption will be paid as may be awarded in the manner provided by the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary

17th April, 1930.

一千九百卅年四月十七日

限行

第二百四十號

諭知事現奉

布政司夏

此合行諭飲業主即便遵照毋違特 九百年收回公地則例辦理等因奉 由政府收回至如何補置則按一千 限四個月期滿該地及一切權利卽 行出示諭知該業主由諭知之日起 允願本督意其終難成議仰該司即 政府名義向該業主磋商購冋迄未 督會同議政局議定將其收回並以 十六號第二段現因舉辦公益經本 二丈量約份内地第一千一百七 督憲令開在南約理民府註册之第

至滿該

利日司迄並

特奉干郎起即未以

千右

千一百七十六號第二段業主 右諭第二丈量約份内地段第一

F. EAVES,

Land Officer.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. 241.-It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re-

entry by the Crown on Sections L, M and V of New Kowloon Inland Lot No. 133 has been registered according to law.

14th April, 1930.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

F. EAVES,

Land Officer.

No. 242. It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Crown on Kowloon Inland Lot No. 2277 has been registered according to law.

14th April, 1930.

156

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 17, 1930.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

No. 243. Extract of Meteorological Observations made at the Royal Observatory, Hong Kong, during the month of March, 1930.

BARO-

METER

TEMPERATURE.

HUMIDITY.

DATE.

AT

M.S.L.

Max. Mean. Min.

Rel.

Abs.

CLOUDINESS.

SUNSHINE.

WIND.

RAIN.

Mean Mean Dir. Vel.

Miles

March

ins.

p. c.

ins.

p. c.

hrs.

ins.

Points.

о

0

p.h.

I,

30.03

71.7

2,

29.95

75.2

66.5 62.7 68.6 65.7

87 0.56

84

7.6

E

93

.65

89

5.3

3,

.92

77.0 71.0 67.7 93

.70

91

7.0

:::

16.7

Å

E

11.6

...

E

8.2

...

+.

.92

74.2

67.2 62.7 95

.63

100

0.1

0.030

E by N

13.4

5,

30.01

63.3

59.1 53.0 88

++

100

C.255

NE

8.3

6.

.16

55.0

52.0 48.9 80

.31

100

0.955

N by E

5-5

7,

.27

56.2

51.8

47.2 73

.28

100

0.010

N

6.9

8,

.27

61.3

56.0

51.4 66

.29

90

0.9

N by E

5.9

9.

.25

61.8 57-3 53.9

68

.32

95

0.4

NNE

5.5

10,

.24

61.3

57.3 54.3 76

.36

99

O. I

0.025

NE

5.2

[I,

.II

61.9

58.9 53.6

83

.41

100

0.025

NE

13.2

12,

.08

68.0: 58.0 53.0

66

.32

55

7.0

0.055

NW by N

7.8

13.

.13

67.9

60.6

53.1

14.

.10

69.1

62.7 56.7 60

15,

.09 74.4

66.2 60.9 55

16,

.11

68.3

65.4

63.0 56

17.

.10

68.0

65.4

63.4

18,

29.99

66.2

63.1

61.4 89

19,

.97

71.1

65.0 60.6

20,

30.15

70.1

64.5 (10.3

21.

.26

67.3

22.

.20

66.7

63.8 61.1 63

63.4 59.9 63 .37

ུ་]8] ༣ 8 རྩྭ

44

.24

26

10.6

E by N

7.3

.34

83

2.7

0.005

ESE

3.0

.35

92

4.4

NW

2.8

-35

90

5.5

0.005

E by N

20.2

71

.44 88

3.9

E

17.1

.51

100

2.165

E

16.5

77

·47

4

9.7

0.005

W by S

7.7

55

.33

3

!!. I

E by N

13.4

28

10.3

E by N

18.5

.37

69

7.2

E by N

17.9

23,

.08

67.0

64.7 62.6 62

•38

85

2.0

0.005

E by N

15.1

24,

.09

71.2

66.4 62.6 72

.47

48

6.7

E

8.0

25.

.10

74.0

68.2 63.9

81

.55

69

7.3

E

11. I

26.

.02

69.6

66.9

|

64.7 82

•54 93

1.5

E

17.6

...

27.

29 91

75.1 70.5

65.3 91

.68 97

1.5

2.140

E by S

7.9

28,

.94

29,

73.4 70.6

.97 77.0 73.1

68.4 95

.71 97

2.0

1.005

E by N

11.7

69.3 92

.75

30,

.97

76.0 68.9

67.5 95

.67

31,

30.03

73.5 68.9

65.7 85

358

97

0.3

0.260

SE

8.0

96

0.5

0.005

E

14.8

.60 93

4.4

0.280 E by N

13.2

Mean,....

30.08

68.8 63.9

60.1 i 76 0.46 81 120.0

7.230 E by N

11.0

MEANS AND EXTREMES FOR MARCH :-

   Maximum,. Normals, Minimum,

30.14

72.9 68.1 64.5 91 0.60 97 186.0 30.06 67.3 63.1 59.8 83 0.49 82 94.0 2.985 E by N 29.99 61.8 58.9 55.9 73 0.42 57 25.0 0.170

11.485

19.2

15.0

9.4

     The rainfall for the month of March at the Botanical Gardens was 7ins. 15 on 11 days, at the Matilda Hospital, Mount Kellett, it was 7ins. 53 on 11 days, at Fanling, it was Gins. 09 on 12 days, at the Royal Naval Hospital, Hong Kong, it was 5ius. 27 on 8 days, and at the Police Station, Taipo, it was 10ins. 11 on 12 days.

The lowest reading of the barometer (M.S.L.) was 29ins. 844 at 17h. on the 27th.

The maximum gust velocity, as recorded by the Dines-Baxendell anemograph, was

at the rate of 39 miles per hour at 12h 10m. on the 16th.

15th April, 1930.

T. F. CLAXTON,

Director.

1

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 17, 1930.

157

SUPREME COURT.

No. 244.-It is hereby notified that, at the expiration of two months from the date hereof THE FAR EASTERN PUBLIC HALL COMPANY, LIMITED will, unless cause is shewn to the contrary, be struck off the register and the company will be dissolved.

a

14th April, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies.

160

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 25, 1930.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

Hong Kong,

No. 245.

  Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Industrial Employment of Women, Young Persons and Children Ordinance, 1922, Ordinance No. 22 of 1922, on the 17th day of April, 1930.

The regulations in the Schedule to the Industrial Employment of Women, Young Persons and Children Ordinance, 1922, amended as appears in Government Notification No. 627 published in the Gazette of the 6th December, 1929, are hereby further amended by the rescission of regulations 2 and 2A, and by the substitution of the following regu lations therefor, respectively :-

2. No person shall employ any child in any dangerous trade.

2A. No person shall employ any female young person or woman in any danger-

ous trade without the written permission of the Protector of Labour.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

17th April, 1930.

No. 246.

Hong Kong.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

  Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 37 (2) of the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, Ordinance No. 10 of 1899, on the 23rd day of April, 1930.

  Table E in the Schedule to the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, is hereby further amended as follows,

(1) The following regulation is inserted next after regulation 9,--

9A. No person shall by any means interfere with or prevent the proper working of the safety valve of any launch, or by any means cause the safety valve of any launch to be under the control of the engineer, and no engineer shall suffer or permit the safety valve of his launch to have any device, contrivance or attachment thereto which may cause or be capable of causing to be placed on such safety valve any greater pressure than is allowed under the conditions of the licence of the launch.

(2) To and at the end of paragraph or condition 3 set forth under the heading "Extract from conditions of licence" on page 1007 of Vol. II of the Ordi- nances of Hong Kong, 1841 to 1923, the following is added,--

No person shall by any means interfere with or prevent the proper working of the safety valve of any launch, or by any means cause the safety valve of any launch to be under the control of the engineer, and no cngineer shall suffer or permit the safety valve of his launch to have any device, contrivance or attachment thereto which may cause or be capable of causing to be placed on such safety valve any greater pressure than is allowed under the condi- tions of the licence of the launch.

D. W. TRATMAN,

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

23rd April, 1930.

Clerk of Councils.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 25, 1930.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

161

 No. 247.--Ilis Majesty the KING has not been advised to exercise his power of isallowance with respect to the following Ordinances :-

Ordinance No. 29 of 1929.--An Ordinance to amend the law relating to intoxi-

eating liquors.

Ordinance No. 1 of 1930.- An Ordinance to amend the Printers and Publishers

Ordinance, 1927.

Ordinance No. 2 of 1930.-An Ordinance to incorporate a Body of Trustees capable of holding property for the purposes of the Church of England, and to provide for the performance of divine worship according to the rites and ceremonies of the Church of England, and for certain objects ancillary to the aforesaid objects.

N. L. SMITH,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

25th April, 1930.

APPOINTMENTS,

Ezc.

No. 248.-lis Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint, provisionally and subject to His Majesty's pleasure, Mr. JOHN Jons- STONE PATERSON to be temporarily an Unofficial Member of the Legislative Council, in the place of Mr. BENJAMIN DAVID FLEMING BETH, who is temporarily absent from the Colony, with effect from 17th April, 1930.

24th April, 1930.

No. 249. lis Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased, under section 4 of the Midwives Ordinance, 1910, Ordinance No. 22 of 1910, to appoint Dr. FRANK RICHARD ASHTON to be a Member of the Midwives Board, cice Dr. ANNIE SYDENHAM, resigned.

24th April, 1930.

   No. 250.--is Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased, under the provisions of Statute 4 of the Second Schedule of the University Ordi- nance, 1911, Ordinance No. 10 of 1911, to nominate the following as Members of the Court of the University of Hong Kong for a period of three years, with effect from 9th April, 1930:-

VANDELEUR MOLYNEUX GRAYBURN.

PHILIP STANLEY CASSIDY.

25th April, 1930.

NOTICES.

SUPREME COURT.

No. 251. It is hereby notified that at the expiration of three months from the date hereof The UNITED FERTILIZER COMPANY, LIMITED will, unless cause is shown to the contrary, be struck off the register and the company will be dissolved.

22nd April, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies.

162

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 25, 1930.

SUPREME COURT

   No. 252. It is hereby notified that at the expiration of three months from the date hereof The YING WAH LIGHTER AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY, LIMITED will, unless cause is shewn to the contrary, be struck off the register and the company will be dis- solved.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

22nd April, 1930.

Registrar of Companies

SUPREME COURT.

   No. 253. It is hereby notified that at the expiration of three months from the date hereof The YAN YEE TUG AND LIGHTER COMPANY, LIMITED will, unless cause is shewn to the contrary, be struck off the register and the company will be dissolved.

22nd April, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies.

SUPREME COURT.

   No. 254.-It is hereby notified that the name of CHINA OVERSEAS TRADING COM- PANY (1919), LIMITED, has been struck off the Register.

25th April, 1930.

No. 255.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

Sunrise and Sunset in Hong Kong for May, 1930.

(STANDARD TIME OF THE 120TH MERIDIAN, EAST OF GREENWICH.)

DATE.

SUNRISE.

SUNSET.

DATE.

SUNRISE.

SUNSET.

May 1

2

5.51 a.m. 5.51

6.50

6.50 p.m. May

16.

5.43 a.m.

6.56 p.m.

17.

5.42

6.56

""

""

9)

""

""

3.

5.50

6.51

18..

5.42

6.57

""

"}

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""

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77

4.

5.50

6.51

"1

""

"",

19.

5.42

6.57

>>

5..

5.49

">

6.

5.48

19

7.

5.48

6.52 6.52 6.52

20..

5.41

6.58

>>

""

21.

5.41

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22.

5.41

6.59 6.59

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25

""

8.

5.47

6.53

23.

5.41

! 7.00

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9..

5.47

6.53

24.

5.40

7.00

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10..

5.46

6.54

25.

5.40

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11.

5.46

6.54

26.

5.40

7.01

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12.

5.45

6.54

27..

5.40

7.01

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13..

5.44

6.55

28..

5.39

7.02

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14..

5.44

6.55

29.

5.39

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5.43

6.55

30..

5.39

19

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31.

5.39

7.02 7.03 7.03

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25

24th April, 1930.

T. F. CLAXTON,

Director.

----

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 25, 1930.

163

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 256.--It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909 :-

Number of

Marks.

Date of Registration.

Names and Addresses of Owners.

Period of Renewal.

Classes in

File

which renewed.

Nos.

No. 87 of 1916.

18th April, 1916.

Koon Yick, 17, Gage Street, Victoria, in the Colony of

18th April, 1944.

12

440 of 1929.

Hong Kong.

Nos. 157A to

157E of 1888.

21st April, 1888.

Bass, Ratcliff and Greftou, Limited, London, England.

21st April, 1914.

B

23

17 of 1930.

24th April, 1930.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 257.It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has expired and that they will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 26th May, 1930, unless the prescribed fees for renewal of registration are paid before that date:

Number of Trade

Marks.

Names and Addresses of Proprietors.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

File Nos.

Nos. 56 and 57 of 1916.

Nos. 84 and 85 of 1916.

Standard Oil Company of California, a corporation organized and existing under and by virtue of the laws of the State of Delaware, United States of America.

S. C. Ismail & Co., of Hotel Mansions,

Hồng Kong.

24th April, 1930.

13th April, 1930.

439 of 1929.

20th April, 1930.

IG of 1930.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks.

166

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 2, 1930.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 258.

The Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, Ordinance No. 10 of 1899. Table L, Quarantine Regulations.

  It is hereby declared by order of His Excellency the Governor in Council that Bangkok is a place at which an infectious or contagious disease, namely, cholera, prevails.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

30th April, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

  No. 259. His Majesty the KING has not been advised to exercise his power of disallowance with respect to the following Ordinances:

Ordinance No. 21 of 1929. -An Ordinance to amend the Protection of Women

and Girls Ordinance, 1897.

Ordinance No. 22 of 1929.-An Ordinance to amend the Female Domestic

Service Ordinance, 1923.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

2nd May, 1930.

N. L. SMITH,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

  No. 260.--His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to recognise, provisionally and pending instructions from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, Doctor SANTIAGO LLOSA as in charge of the Consulate General for Peru. in Hong Kong.

2nd May, 1930.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT

  No. 261. It is hereby notified that all claims under Clause 4 of the Annex to Section IV of Part X of the Treaty of St. Germain-en-Laye and of the Treaty of Trianon by British subjects in this Colony arising out of acts committed by the former Austro- Hungarian Government or by any Hungarian Authorities, since 28th July, 1914, and before the 12th August, 1914, must be lodged with the Custodian of Enemy Property not later than two months from the date of publication of this notice.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

2nd May, 1930.

Colonial Secretary.

J

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 2, 1930.

167

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

  No. 262. It is hereby notified that the undermentioned streets will in future be known by the names indicated against them: -

DESCRIPTION.

PROPOSED NAMES.

CHINESE VERSION.

Tai Po Road.

大埔道

On Fu Road.

安富道

Tsing Yuen Street.

靖遠街

Wai Yan Street.

懷仁街

Street commencing at T.M.L. 216, and run- ning in a North-westerly direction along the shore to the Taipo Market Bridge

Street commencing at Tai Po Road, between T.M.LS. 814 & 777 and running in a South-westerly direction to the Taipo Market Railway Station

Street commencing at On Fu Road, opposite T.M.L. 830 and running in a Northerly

direction to its junction with the Tai Po Road near Taipo Market Bridge

Street commencing at Tsing Yuen Street, South of T.M.L. 823 and running in a South-easterly direction, along the South side of T.M.Ls. 823 & 816

Street commencing at On Fu Road, South of T.M.L. 830 and running in a South-east- erly direction, along the South side of T.M.Ls. 830 & 854 ..

Street commencing at On Fu Road, and run- ning in a South-easterly direction, along the South side of T.M.L. 828

Street commencing at On Fu Road at T.M.I.. 838 and running in a Westerly direction to the Kowloon-Canton Railway

Street commencing at Taipo Market Bridge and running in a Westerly direction alongside the river towards the Kowloon- Canton Railway.

Street commencing at Shung Tak Street, West of T.M.L. 838 and running in a Northerly direction to its junction with Pak Shing Street near the Taipo Market Bridge

Street commencing at Shung Tak Street, West of T.M.L. 800 and running in a Northerly direction, West of T.M.L. 840 to its junction with Pak Shing Street...

Street commencing at Pak Shing Street and running in a Southerly direction towards the Kowloon-Canton Railway

2nd May, 1930.

Nam Shing Street.

南盛街

Wai Yi Street.

懷義街

Shung Tak Street.

崇德街

Pak Shing Street.

北盛街

Fu Shin Street.

富善街

Yan Hing Street.

仁興街

Sui On Street.

瑞安街

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

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COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 263. It is notified for the general information of cabin passengers of Chinese Nationality intending to proceed from Hong Kong to Malaya that failure to produce a valid passport duly visaed by a competent British authority may result in their being prevented from landing.in the Straits Settlements.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

2nd May, 1930.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

   No. 264.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has seen fit by licence to direct, under sub-section (2) of section 64 of the Companies Ordinance, 1911, that REISS, MASSEY & CO., LIMITED, a company registered under the said Ordi- nance which uses as its name in Chinese characters the characters

and is

a limited company other than a China company, be exempted, wholly, from the require- ments of the said sub-section.

2nd May, 1930.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEpartment.

THE COMPANIES ORDINANCE, 1911.

   No. 265.-The attention of limited companies, and directors, managers and officers of such companies is drawn to the requirements of sub-section (2) of section 64 of the Companies Ordinance, 1911, and to the penalties mentioned in sub-sections (3) and (4) of such section.

The said sub-section (2) is as follows,---

2) Every limited company (other than a company licensed to be registered with-

out the addition of the word "Limited" to its name)--

(a) which exhibits outside or inside its registered office or outside any

office or place in which its business is carried on, or

6) which uses on its seal, or

(e) which uses in any notice, advertisement or other official publication of the company, or in any contract, deed, bill of exchange, promis- sory note, indorsement, cheque, or order for money or goods purporting to be signed by or on behalf of the company, or in any bill of parcels, invoice, receipt or letter of credit of the company, or in any trade catalogue, trade circular, show card or business letter,

any name of or for the company in Chinese characters, whether such name he a transliteration or translation of its name in the memorandum or not, shall append to such name so used in Chinese characters the Chinese characters Añ] and, if a China company, shall also prefix thereto the Chinese characters 英商:

Provided that it shall be lawful for the Governor in the case of any company other than a China company, and for the Minister in the case of any China company, by licence to direct that such company shall be exempted, wholly or in part, from the requirements of this sub-section, and to revoke any such licence.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

2nd May, 1930.

Colonial Secretary.

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No. 266.

Q

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.

1930.

AGASSIZ, EDWARD LEWIS

BAKER, ROBERT

BLOXHAM, HUGH FITZHERBERT

Bootu, LeonaRD HORACE VERTUE

BRAWN, ALAN ОERTON

BREEN, MICHAEL JAMES

BURLINGHAM, DONALD

BUTTERS, HENRY ROBERT

OFFICIAL.

CALTHROP, LANCELOT HENRY CALTHROP 10 CARPENTER, EDGAR WILLIAM

CARRIE, WILLIAM JAMES CLAXTON, THOMAS FOLKES

CREASY, HAROLD THOMAS, C.B. E. CROOK, ALFRED HERBERT, O.B.E. DALLIN, THOMAS DAVIES, DAVID DIXON, HENRY, I.S.0.

DOVEY, ERNEST ROADLEY

EAVES, FREDERICK, D.S.O.

20 FEHILY. JOSEPH PATRICK

FITZ-GIBBON, WILLIAM GUERIN

FORREST, ROBERT ANDREW DERMOD FRANKS, JOHN WILLIAM

FRASER, JOHN ALEXANDER, M.C. GOLDSMITH, HENRY EDWARD GRANTHAM, ALEXANDER WILLIAM

GEORGE HERDER

GREEN, HAROLD

HALLIFAX. EDWIN RICHARD, C.M.G., C.B.E. HAMILTON, ERIC WILLIAM

30 HAWKINS, BRIAN CHARLES KEITH

HAZLERIGG, THOMAS MAYNARD, M.C. HENDERSON, RICHARD MCNEIL HOLE, GEORGE FRANCIS HOLMES, HAROld Kennard, C.B.E. HOSEGOOD, THOMAS WILLIAM HAROLD JACKS, PHILIP

JEFFRIES, CHARLES WILLIAM

KEMP, Sir JOSEPH HORSFORD, Kt., K.C.,

C.B.E.

  KENNEDY-SKIpton, George STACY 40 KENT, WALTER

KING, THOMAS HENRY LAMBERT, CHARLES DOUGLAS LANG, ERNEST PHILIP HENRY

LINDSELL, ROGER EDWARD

LLOYD, JOHN DANIEL

MACKENZIE, WALTER JOHN EASTON, M.C. MACLAREN, JOHN SUTHERLAND MARTIN, GASTON PACROS DE, M.B.E. MEGARRY, THOMAS

50 MELBOURNE, CHARLES ALEXANDER DICK

MELLON, BAGENAL HARVEY

MESSER, CHARLES MCILVAINE, O.B.E. MINETT, EDWArd Pigott, v.d.

MOORE, WILLIAM BROWNLOW ASHE MORRIS, ALFRED

NEWILL, JOSEPH BERNARD, D.S.O. NEWTON, ISAAC

NORTH, ROLAND ARTHUR CHARLES PERDUE, CECIL GRAHAM

60 RALPHS, EDWIN

REED, AMARO JOHN, I.S.O. ROME, FRANCIS John de, m.b.E. RUSSELL, WILLIAM

SAYER. GEOFFREY ROBLEY SCHOFIELD, WALTER

SCOTT, WALTER RICHARDSON SMALLEY, JAMES THORNTON

SMITH, NORMAN LOCKHART

SMITH, WILLIAM JAMES LOCKHART 70 SOUTHORN, WILFRID THOMAS, C.M.G.

SPARROW, WILLIAM LA BART SUTHERLAND, ARTHUR ROBERT TAYLOR, HARRY ALAN THOMAS, GEORGE HAROLD TODD, RONALD RUSKIN TRATMAN, DAVID WILLIAM VALENTINE, DOUGLAS JAMES, M.C. WALKER, GEORGE ALEXANDER WARE, THOMAS WALTER

80 WELLINGTON, ARTHUR ROBartes WHYTE-SMITH, THOMAS STODART WILLIAMS, ERNEST HILLAS

WODEHOUSE, PHILIP PEVERIL JOHN, C.I.E WOLFE, EDWARD DUDLEY COrscaden,

C.M.G.

WOOD, ALAN EUSTACE

WOOD, JOHN ROSKRUGE WYNNE-JONES, EDWARD IRVINE

NON-OFFICIAL.

ALABASTER, CHALONER GRENVILLE, K.C.,

O.B.E.

ARCHBUTT, GEOFFREY SAMUEL ARCULLI, ABBAS EL

BAGRAM, JOHN THEOPHILUS

BAILEY, WILLIAM SEYBOURNE

BEAVIS, CHARLES EDWARD HARTNELL BEITH, BENJAMIN DAVID FLEMING BELL, WILLIAM HENRY

BELLAMY, LEONARD CHARLES FENTON, M.C 10 BIRD, LENNOX GODFREY, O.B.E., D.S.O.

BIRKETT, HENRY

BLACK, GEORGE DUNCAN RALPH, V.D. BLAKE, DENIS HENRY

BRAGA, JOSÉ PEDRO

BONNAR, JOHN WHYTE COOPER

BROWN, CHARLES BERNARD

BROWN, NEILAGE SHARP

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CAMERON, ALLAN

CARROLL, ANTHONY HENRY

20 CASSIDY, PHILIP STANLEY

CHAMPKIN, CYRIL

CHAN TIN-SON CHAU TSUN-NIN CHAU YU-TING

CHOW, Sir SHOU-SON, Kt. CHURN, SAMUEL MACOMBER CLARK, DOUGLAS EDWARD COCK, EDWARD

COPPIN, ALAN GRIFFITHS

30 DAVIDSON, EDGAR

NON-OFFICIAL,- Continued.

DAVISON, ARTHUR WELLESLEY DENNYS, HENRY LARDNER

Douglas, Robert Hinde

DOWBIGGIN, HUGH BLACKWELL LAYARD DOWLEY, WALTER ARTHUR

DYER, ROBERT MORTON FERGUSON, ARCHIBALD HILL FLEMING, JOHN

Foo SIK

40 FRANKLIN, ARTHUR CAWTE

FUNG KONG-ÜN alias FUNG HEUNG-

TSÜN

FUNG PING-SHAN

GRAYBURN, VANDELEUR MOLYNEUX GRAY, HERBERT CASTELL GREENHILL, LESLIE SOLBE

GREIG, KENNETH EDWARD

GRIMBLE, GEORGE

GUBBAY, AARON SASSOON

HALL, FREDERICK CHARLES

50 HANCOCK, HERBERT RICHard Budd

HARSTON, JOHN SCOTT

HASLAM, GORDON FABIAN

Ho Iu

HO KOM-TONG, O.B E.

Ho KwoNG

HO LEUNG

HO SING-CHAU alias Ho U-MING

HO TUNG, Sir ROBERT, Kt.

HO WING

60 HODGSON, PAUL MARY

HORNELL, WILLIAM WOODWARD, C.I.E.

HUGHES, JOHN OWEN

HUMPHREYS, HENRY

HUNG HING-KAM

IP LAN-CHUEN

JAMES, FREDERICK WILLIAM

JENKIN, FRANCIS CHARLES, C.B:E.

JOHNSON, CHARLES BULMER JOHNSON, MARCUS THEODORE

70 JOSEPH, JOSEPH EDGAR

KOCH, WILFRED VINCENT MILLER

KONG I-SUN

KOTEWALL, ROBERT HORMUS, C.M.G., LL.D.

KWOK SIU-LAU

LAMMERT, GEORGE PHILIP

LAUDER, PAUL

LEUNG PAT-YU

LEWIS, BRIAN Lander

LEWIS, DANIEL JOHN 80 Li Hor-TUNG

LI JOWSON

LI PING LI PO-KWAI

LI SING-KUI

LI YAU-TSUN, C.B.E.

LI YIK-MUI

LITTLE, ALEXANDER COLBOURNE

LITTLE, JOHN HARGRAVES

LO CHEUNG-SHIU

90 LO CHUNG-KUE

LÓ MAN-KAM LO MAN-WAI

LOGAN. WILLIAM MA CHEE-LUNG

MA TSUI-CHIU

MACKICHAN, ALEXANDER SOMERLED MACKIE, CHARLES Gord ›N STEWART MAHTANI, THAKURDAS ASSANMAL MCHUTCHON. JAMES MAITLAND 100 MCLAY, ROBERT MONTGOMERY

MCPHERSON, JOHN LIVINGSTONE MEIN-AUSTIN, KEGINALD MISKIN, GEOFFREY

MOK KON-SANG

MOWFUNG, FREDERICK CHARLES

MURPHY, LEWIS NEWTON

PEARCE, THOMas Ernest

'PLUMMER, JOHN ARCHIBALD

POLLOCK, Sir HENRY EDWARD, Kt., K.C.

110 POTTER, FREDERICK PEEL ELDON

LEONARD, K.C.

POTTS, PATRICK CUMMING HUTTON RAYMOND, EDWARD MAURICE

Ross, SYDNEY HAMPDEN

ROZA, CARLOS AUGUSTO DA

RUTTONJEE, HORMUSJEE (Senior)

SANDES, CHARLES LANCELOT COMPTON SETH, JOHN HENNESSEY

SHENTON, WILLIAM EDWARD LEONARD SHIELDS, ANDREW LUSK

120 SIEVA-NETTO,

BATALHA

ANTONIO

FERREIRA

SMITH, CADES ALFRED MIDDLETON SOARES, ADÃO MARIA DE LOURDES

STEWART, ALLAN BROWN

SUM PAK-MING

SUTHERLAND, ROBERT, 0.B.E.

TAGGART, JAMES HARPER

TALATI, MERVANJI PALLONJI

TAM WOON-TONG TANG CHI-NGONG 130 TANG SHIU-KIN

TESTER, PERCY

TINSON, GEORGE GWINNETT NOBLE, M.C. TONG YAT-CHUN

TSÓ SEEN Wan, o.b.E., LL.D. WHITE, ATHELSTAN HOLT WILLIAMSON, STUART TAYLOR

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WONG KAM-FUK

WONG KWONG-TIN

140 WONG MAU-LAM

WONG PING-SUN

NON-OFFICIAL,-Continued.

WONG TAK-KWONG

WONG TAPE, BENJAMIN WOOD, GERALD GEORGE, V.D. WYLIE, BENJAMIN

YUNG TSZE-MING

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2nd May, 1930.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

 No. 267.-The following addition to the Register of Medical Practitioners entitled to practise Medicine in this Colony, published in Government Notification No. 242 of the 6th May, 1929, pursuant to the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1884, is published for general information :----

PERSON QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

QUALIFICATION,

DATE OF QUALIFICATION.

Patchett, Reginald Joseph

S.S. "Empress of Asia c/o The Cana- dian Pacific Steamships Co., Limited, Hong Kong.

Licentiate of the Royal College of Phy-

sicians, Edinburgh.

July, 1918.

Licentiate of the Royal College of Sur-

geons, Edinburgh.

July, 1918.

Licentiate of the Royal Faculty of Phy- sicians and Surgeons (Glasgow).

July, 1918.

28th April, 1930.

A. R. WELLINGTON,

Director of Medical & Sanitary Services.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF PATENTS.

 No. 268.-Notice is hereby given that the following United Kingdom Patent has been registered under the provisions of the United Kingdom Patents Ordinance, 1925:-

No. and date Date as of which

of grant.

sealed.

No. 250,409

22nd October,

1926.

18th May, 1925.

28th April, 1930.

Present owner.

Nature of invention.

Date of registration.

Swinden's Patents, Limited,

a British Company, of 14, Queen Victoria Street, London, E.C. 4.

Improvements in Work-

holding Vices.

28th April,

1930.

E. P. H. LANG,

Registrar of Patents.

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OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

    No. 269.-It is hereby notified that The ASIATIC PETROLEUM COMPANY (SOUTH CHINA), LIMITED at St. Helen's Court, Great St. Helen's in the City of London, England, have applied for leave to add to and alter in a manner not substantially affecting the identity of the same, their Trade Mark No. 193 of 1909, registered in Class 47.

   The alteration is the addition of the Chinese characters Po Koi () the translation being "Precious Lid" or

"Precious Lid" or "Precious Covering".

REGISTERED MARK

ALTERED MARK

CROWN

Dated the 25th day of April, 1930.

蓋寳

CROWN

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks.

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OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 270.-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 and Address of Owner.

Period of Renewal.

Class in which

File No.

renewed.

No. 76 of 1916.

1st May, 1916.

1st May, 1930.

Hishizo Oto, No. 29, Awaza-shimodori, I-chome,

Nishiku, Osaka, in the Empire

of Japan.

1st May, 1944.

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18

of 1930.

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E. P. H. LANG,

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Registrar of Trade Marks.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

   No. 271.-It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Crown on Kowloon Inland Lot No. 1794 has been registered according to law.

1st May, 1930.

PHILIP JACKS,

Land Officer.

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 272.

The Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, Ordinance No. 10 of 1899, Table L, Quarantine Regulations.

  It is hereby declared by order of His Excellency the Governor in Council that Saigon is a place at which an infectious or contagious disease, namely, cholera, prevails.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

6th May, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

No. 273.

Hong Kong.

  Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 12 of the Female Domestic Service Ordinance, 1923, Ordinance No. 1 of 1923, on the 7th day of May, 1930.

  Regulation 1 of the regulations made by the Governor in Council under the Female Domestic Service Ordinance, 1923, and set forth in Government Notification No. 568 of 1929, is hereby amended by the insertion of ", or at the Tung Wa Hospital, or at the Kwong Wa Hospital", next after the words "police station."

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

7th May, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

NOTE. The effect of the amendment is to provide two additional places at which registration of mui tsai may be effected.

No. 274.

Hong Kong,

  Order made by the Governor in Council under section 7 of the Pharmacy and Poisons Ordinance, 1916, Ordinance No. 9 of 1916, on the 8th day of May, 1930.

Schedule A to the Pharmacy and Poisons Ordinance, 1916, is hereby further amended by adding to Part I,-

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

8th May, 1930.

Adalin.

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D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

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 No. 275.-It is hereby notified that His Excellency Sir WILLIAM PEEL, Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Companion of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, having arrived in the Colony, the prescribed oaths of office were this day duly administered to His Excellency by His Honour the Chief Justice in the presence of the Executive Council, and that His Excellency thereupon assumed the administration of the Government in virtue of His Majesty's Commission dated at Saint James's the 5th day of March, 1930.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

9th May, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 276.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint, under the provisions of paragraph 1 of statute 7 of the statutes of the University of Hong Kong, Professor LANCELOT FORSTER, M.A., to be an additional Member of the Council of the University of Hong Kong, for a period of three years, with effect from 12th February, 1930.

8th May, 1930.

  No. 277.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint Mr. WILLIAM ARTHUR CORNELL to be a Member of the Authorized Architects' Committee during the absence on leave of Lieut.-Colonel LENNOX GODFREY BIRD, O.B.E., D.S.O., or until further notice, with effect from the 7th May, 1930.

8th May, 1930.

  No. 278. With reference to Government Notification No. 260, published in the Gazette of the 2nd May, 1930, His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has received information from the Secretary of State for the Colonies that Doctor SANTIAGO LLOSA has been appointed Consul General for Peru in Hong Kong.

8th May, 1930.

No. 279.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to recognise Mr. PATRICIO SMART, provisionally and pending the issue of His Majesty's Exequatur, as Consul for Chile in Hong Kong.

8th May, 1930.

No. 280.-His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased, under section 3 (3) of the Vaccination Ordinance, 1923, Ordinance No. 12 of 1923, to cancel the Authorisations set forth in Government Notifications Nos. 561 of 24th October, 1929, and 23 of 10th January, 1930.

8th May, 1930.

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    No. 281.-It is hereby notified that the Honourable Mr. WILFRID THOMAS SOUTHORN' Companion of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, resumed duty as Colonial Secretary, with effect from this date.

9th May, 1930.

No. 282. --It is hereby notified that the Honourable Mr. EDWIN RICHARD HALLIFAX, Companion of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, Com- mander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, resumed duty as Secretary for Chinese Affairs, with effect from this date.

9th May, 1930.

No. 233.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. ALAN EUSTACE WOOD to be an Assistant to the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, with effect from this date.

9th May, 1930.

    No. 284. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. JOHN BARROW to be his Private Secretary, until further notice, with effect from this date.

9th May, 1930.

No. 285.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Lieutenant THOMAS ALEXANDER HAMILTON COLTMAN, R.A., to be his Aide-de-Camp, with effect from this date.

9th May, 1930.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 286.-The following Commission is published for general information.

9th May, 1930.

W. T. SOUTHORN,

Colonial Secretary.

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    No. 281.-It is hereby notified that the Honourable Mr. WILFRID THOMAS SOUTHORN' Companion of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, resumed duty as Colonial Secretary, with effect from this date.

9th May, 1930.

No. 282. --It is hereby notified that the Honourable Mr. EDWIN RICHARD HALLIFAX, Companion of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, Com- mander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, resumed duty as Secretary for Chinese Affairs, with effect from this date.

9th May, 1930.

No. 233.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. ALAN EUSTACE WOOD to be an Assistant to the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, with effect from this date.

9th May, 1930.

    No. 284. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. JOHN BARROW to be his Private Secretary, until further notice, with effect from this date.

9th May, 1930.

No. 285.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Lieutenant THOMAS ALEXANDER HAMILTON COLTMAN, R.A., to be his Aide-de-Camp, with effect from this date.

9th May, 1930.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 286.-The following Commission is published for general information.

9th May, 1930.

W. T. SOUTHORN,

Colonial Secretary.

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COMMISSION passed under the Royal Sign Manual and Signet, appointing Sir WILLIAM PEEL, K.B.E., C.M.G., to be Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hong Kong and its Dependencies.

Dated 5th March, 1930.

GEORGE, R.1.

Appointment of Sir W. Peel, K.B.E., C.M.G., to be Governor.

Powers, &c., under Letters

Patent.

Commission dated 31st August, 1925, super- seded.

Officers, and others to take

notice, &c.

GEORGE the Fifth, by the Grace of God of Great Britain, Ireland and the British Dominions beyond the Seas King, Defender of the Faith, Emperor of India: To Our Trusty and Well-beloved Sir WILLIAM PEEL, Knight Commander of Our Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Companion of Our Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, Greeting.

WE do, by this Our Commission under Our Sign Manual and Signet, appoint you, the said Sir WILLIAM PEEL, to be, during Our pleasure, Our Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and over Our Colony of Hong Kong and its Dependencies, with all the powers, rights, privileges and advantages to the said Office belonging or appertaining.

II. And We do hereby authorise, empower, and command you to exercise and perform all and singular the powers and directions con- tained in certain Letters Patent under the Great Seal, constituting the Office of Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Our said Colony and its Dependencies, bearing date at Westminster the Fourteenth day of February 1917, or in any other Letters Patent adding to, amending, or substituted for the same, according to such Orders and Instructions as Our said Governor and Commander-in-Chief for the time being hath already received, and to such further Orders and Instructions as you may hereafter receive from Us.

III. And further We do hereby appoint that, so soon as you shall have taken the prescribed Oaths and have entered upon the duties of your Office, this Our present Commission shall supersede Our Com- mission under Our Sign Manual and Signet bearing date the Thirty-first day of August, 1925, appointing Our Trusty and Well-beloved Cecil Clementi, Esquire, Companion of Our Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George (now Sir Cecil Clementi, Knight Commander of Our said Most Distinguished Order), to be Our Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Our said Colony and its Dependencies.

IV. And We do hereby command all and singular Our Officers, Ministers, and loving subjects in Our said Colony and its Dependen- cies, and all others whom it may concern, to take due notice hereof and to give their ready obedience accordingly.

Given at Our Court at Saint James's, this Fifth day of March, 1930, in the Twentieth Year of Our Reign.

By His Majesty's Command,

Commission appointing

Sir WILLIAM PEEL, K.B.E., C.M.G.,

to be Governor and Commander-in-Chief,

HONG KONG.

PASSFIELD.

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COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

  No. 287. The List of Unofficial Justices of the Peace for 1930 which appeared in Government Notification No. 266 of 2nd May, 1930, should be amended by the addition of the following name:--

9th May, 1930.

JOHN JOHNSTONE PATERSON.

W. T. SOUTHORN,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S Department.

  No. 288.-With reference to Government Notification No. 249 of 1st May, 1925, regarding the Treaty of Peace with Turkey and certain conventions, protocols and declarations signed at Lausanne on the 24th July, 1923, it is hereby notified that the Commercial Convention lapsed on 5th August, 1929. Pending the ratification of a new Treaty of Commerce and Navigation between Great Britain and Northern Ireland and Turkey a Modus Vivendi has been established to take effect as from 6th August, 1929. Notice of the extension of this Modus Vivendi to the territory under this administration was given to the Turkish Government by His Majesty's Representative in Turkey on 31st December, 1929, and acknowledged on 25th January, 1930, with an intimation that effect had been given to it in Turkey as from 13th January, 1930.

9th May, 1930.

W. T. SOUTHORN,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT

  No. 289. It is hereby notified for general information that a despatch has been received from the Secretary of State for the Colonies announcing the resumption of full diplomatic relations with the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and that by Notes exchanged on the occasion of the resumption of such diplomatic relations, the pledge regarding propaganda contained in Article 16 of the General Treaty between Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, signed at London on the 8th of August, 1924, was confirmed.

  The stipulations of Article 16 of the said General Treaty are accordingly binding on the Government of the Colony of Hong Kong.

The said Article 16 is as follows,-

The contracting parties solemnly affirm their desire and intention to live in peace and amity with each other, scrupulously to respect the undoubted right of a State to order its own life within its own jurisdiction in its own way, to refrain and to restrain all persons and organisations under their direct or indirect control, including organisations in receipt of any financial assistance from them, from any act overt or covert liable in any way whatsoever to endanger the tranquillity or prosperity of any part of the territory of the British Empire or the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or intended to embitter the relations of the British Empire or the Union with their neighbours or any other

countries.

9th May, 1930:

W. T. SOUTHORN,

Colonial Secretary.

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SUPREME COURT

No. 290. It is hereby notified that at the expiration of three months from the date hereof The TAT KWONG PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED will, unless cause is shewn to the contrary, be struck off the register and the company will be dissolved.

3rd May, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies

SUPREME COURT.

No. 291.-It is hereby notified that at the expiration of three months from the date hereof The WANG HONG STEAMSHUP COMPANY, LIMITED will, unless cause is shewn to the contrary, be struck off the register and the company will be dissolved.

7th May, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE, TAI Po.

No. 292.-It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Crown on the following Lot in the Northern District of the New Territories has been registered according to law :-

8th May, 1930.

D.D. 83, Lot No. 1957.

E. I. WYNNE-JONES,

District Officer,North.

DISTRICT OFFICE, SOUTH

No. 293. It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Crown on Lot No. 241 Demarcation District 302 Lantao Island has been registered according to law.

Sth May, 1930.

E. 1. WYNNE-JONES, District Officer, Southern District.

180

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 9, 1930.

No. 294.

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE REVENUE AND EXPEN

Revenue

Estimates.

Revenue from 1st to 31st

Heads of Revenue.

for same period of

Actual Revenue to

Revenue

for same

December,

1929.

preceding

31st December,

1929.

year.

1929.

period of preceding

year.

J

Light Dues..

$

$ C.

$

c.

141,000

13,247.31

11,463.93

$

C.

144,961.48

$ C.

138,550.02

Do.,

Special Assess-

ment ...

173,000

15,474.43

13,402.52 174,165.18 165,292.04

Licences

and

Internal

Revenue not otherwise

specified

15,399,150

1,254,779.30

1,204,434,60

14,900,565.03 15,081,429,56

Fees of Court or Office

Payments for specific

and Reim-

purposes,

bursements in Aid....................

Post Office

1,930,550

96,485.13

118,837.20 1,864,955.18

1,945,215,33

930,000

113,005.16

99,301.06

1,003,664.99

966,918.10

Kowloon-Canton Railway...

808,300

58,893.07 Dr. 36,778.87 890,744.54 820,994.90

Rent of Government Pro-

perty, Land and Houses...

1,310,200

263,395.46 244,762.75

1,411,552.69

1,331,138.98

Interest

200,000

41,285.14

38,049.66

382,837.87

235,764.68

Miscellaneous Receipts....

386,400 251,595.46

216,728.20

844,876.91

2,647,859.32

Total (exclusive of Land

Sales)

21,278,600 2,108,160.46

|

1,910,201.14 21,618,303.87 23,333,163.23

Land Sales (Premia on New

Leases)

1,000,000

260,152.75

219,059.13 1,936,171.29 1,635,235.65

TOTAL.........$ 22,278,600 2,368,313.21 2,129,260.27 23,554,475.16 | 24,968,398.88

5th May, 1930.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 9, 1930.

DITURE FOR THE PERIOD ENDED 31ST DECEMBER, 1929.

Estimates,

Heads of Expenditure.

1929.

Expenditure from 1st to 31st December,

1929.

181

TREASURY.

Expenditure for same month of preceding

year.

Actual Expenditure

to 31st December,

1929.

Expenditure for same period of preceding

year.

C.

$

C.

$

C.

C.

H. E. the Governor

103,363

9,889.36

Cadet Service

365,565

29,575.29

9,421.92 26,821.86

102,148.09 316,806.95

107,569,13 323,865.05

Senior Clerical and Ac-

counting Staff ........

220,103

19,252.98

Junior Clerical Service

726,021

56,122.79

Colonial Secretary's Office.

and Legislature

41,198

4,480.83

4,160.52.

13,954.46 205,582.45 159,402.76 53,272.17 669,822.54 631,561.83

40,665.04 56,993.19

Secretariat for Chinese

Affairs

13,180

821.64

860.05

11,482.94

11,592.73

Treasury

16,160

1.105.71

442.09

15,069.12

8,419.35

Audit Department.

46,781

3,708.92

4,243.29

47,193,29

47.160.12

District Office, North

23.299

3,922.43

2,593.21

20,625.34

22,666.14

Do.,

South

13.252

1,005.81

808.63

8,668.90

9,247.27

Post Office

307,140

33,050.36

49,391.22

289,516.20

243,570.08

Imports

and Exports

Office

753,746

73,004.39

71.929.69

688,566.03

748,806.99

Harbour Department

782,132

72,025.02

88,162.63

757,198.07

748,057.57

Royal Observatory

38,306

4.040.24

3,503.11

35,141.07

35,434.52

Fire Brigade..

250,286

50,610.38

23,362.23

232,826.21

198,222.37

Supreme Court..

143.043

9.778.74

11,860.64

133,286.54

136,123.55

Attorney General.

22,713

2,894.90

2,655.50

34,689.99

35,264.50

Crown Solicitor's Office

33,988

12.288.95

15,377.99

43,640.30

51,144.17

Official Receiver

10,175

864.87

848.58

10,116.83

9,846.95

Land Office

24,976

1,661.01

2,254.38

26,118.20

28,866.99

Magistracy, Hong Kong...

2,264

193.57

188.79

1,813.86

1,857.71

Do.,

Kowloon

2,132

234.44

143.61

1,970.90

1,899.17

Police Force

1,967,352

170,158.18

175,019.63

1,956,798.33 | 1,986,105.12

Prisons Department.

548,364

59,462.19

53,893.26

512,591.65

485,147.89

Medical Department

970,350

80.237.26

69,374.31

867,292.50

786,638.21

Sanitary Department

821,501

64,168,00

59,868.16

713,184.49

578,991.11

Botanical and Forestry

Department

100,884

11,995.60

11,360.40

98.412.87

96,597.70

Education Department

1,259,827

120,099.57

129,347.21

1,152,375.18

1,103,540.35

Public Works Department.

1,649,897

218,442.79

148,075.76

1,873,280,18 1,362,633,59

Do., Recurrent........

1,689,050

412,453.84

400,531.27

1,464,558.35 1,482,915.36

Do., Extraordinary.

3,419,605

861,095.14

712,382.43

2,125,974.96

2,108,515.82

Kowloon-Canton Railway.

811,644

67,144.48

67,289.25

656,696.58

747,743.71

Volunteer Defence Corps.

103,358

22,717.18

16,127.29

83,757.67

96,303.79

Military Contribution

3,988,388

316,351.12

305,219.24

3,259,337.65

3,748,960.40

Miscellaneous Services

1,246,743

132,085.65

Charitable Services....

103,566

2,694.30

92,218.38 1,835.02

1,304,714.87

1,141,430.22

100,079.50

100,574.93

Charge on Account of

Public Debt

1,332,298

1,324,498.97

1,046,602.31

Pensions

847,000

60,463.26

56,221.27

796,754.06 739,969.59

TOTAL........ .$ 24,799,650 2,990,101.19 2,685,019.45 21,983,256.67 21,230,242.24

kr

C. McI. MESSER,

Treasurer.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 9, 1930.

182

No. 295.

FINANCIAL RETURNS

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE REVENUE AND EXPEN

Estimates,

Heads of Revenue.

1929.

Light Dues

141,000

Actual Revenue

to 31st December,

1929.

$

Revenue for

same period of preceding

Increase:

Decrease.

year.

C.

$

144,961.48

C.

138,550.02

C.

6,411.46

Do.,

Special Assess-

ment

173,000

174,165.18

165,292.04

8,873.14

Licences and Internal Re-

venue not otherwise specified -

15,399,150

14,900,565.03 15,081,429.56

Fees of Court or Office, Payments for specific

purposes,

      and Reim- bursements in Aid

Past Office

1,930,550 1,864.955.18

1,945,215.33

930,000 1,003,664.99

966,918.40

36,746.59

Kowloon-Canton Railway -

808,300 800,744.54

820,994.90

69.749.64

Rent of Government Pro-

perty, Land and Houses -

1,310,200

1,411,532.69 1,331,138.98

80,393.71

Interest

200,000 382,837.87 235,764.68

147,073.19

Miscellaneous Receipts -

386,400 844.876.91 2,647,859.32

દર

C.

180.864.53

80,260.15

1,802.982.41

Total (exclusive of Land

Sales)-

21,278,600 21,618,303.87 23,333,163.23

349,247-73

2,064,107.09

Land Sales, (Premia on

New Leases)

1,000,000 1,936,171.29 1,635,235.65

300,935.64

TOTAL

22,278,600 23,554,475.16 24,968,398.88

650,183.37 2,064,107.09

Deduct

Net

$650,183.37

$1,413.923.72

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 9, 1930.

FOR THE YEAR 1929.

DITURE FOR THE PERIOD ENDED 31ST DECEMBER, 1929.

Estimates,

Heads of Expenditure.

1929.

Actual Expenditure to 31st December,

1929.

Expenditure for same period of preceding year.

$3

C.

$39

C.

183

TREASURY.

Increase.

Decrease.

C.

C.

H. E. the Governor

103,363

102,148.09

107,569.13

Cadet Service

365,565

316,806.95

323,865.05

5,421.04 7,058.10

Senior Clerical and Ac-

counting Staff -

220,103

205,582.45

159,402.76

46,179.69

Junior Clerical Service

726,021

669,822.54

631,561.83

38,260.71

Colonial Secretary's Office

and Legislature

+1,198

40,665.04

56,993.19

16,328.15

Secretariat for Chinese

Affairs

13,180

11,482.94

11,592.73

*109.79

Treasury -

16,160

15,069.12

8,419.35

6,649.77

Audit Department

46,781

47,193.29

47,160.12

33.17

District Office, North -

23,299

20,625.34

22,666.14

2,040.80

Do.,

South -

13,252

8,668.90

9,247.27

578.37

Post Office

307,140

289,516.20

243,570.08

45,946.12

Imports & Exports Office -

753,746

688,566.03

748,806.99

60,240.96

Harbour Department

782,132

757,198.07

748,057.57

9,140.50

Royal Observatory-

38,306

35,141.07

35.434.52

293.45

Fire Brigade

250,286

232,826.21

198,222.37

34,603.84

Supreme Court

143,043

133,286.54

136,123.55

2,837.01

Attorney General

-

22,713

34,689.99

35,264.50

Crown Solicitor's Office

33,988

43,640.30

51,144.17

574.5 7.503.87

Offical Receiver -

10,175

10,116.83

9,846.95

269.88

Land Office -

24,976

26,118.20

28,866.99

2,748.79

Magistracy, Hong Kong -

2,264

1,813.86

1,857.71

43.85

Do., Kowloon -

2,132

1,970.90

1,899.17

71.73

Police Force -

1,967,352

1,956,798.33

1,986,105.12

29.306.79

Prisons Department

548,364

512,591.65

485,147.89

27,443.76

Medical Department

970,350

867,292.50

786,638.21

80,654.29

Sanitary Department -

821,501

713,184.49

578,991.11

134,193.38

Botanical and Forestry

Department

100,884

98,412.87

96,597.70

1,815.17

Education Department

1,259,827

1,152,375.18

1,103,540.35

48.834.83

Public Works Depart-

ment

1,649,897

Public Works, Recurrent-

1,689,050

Do.. Extraordinary- Kowloon-Canton Railway Volunteer Defence Corps- Military Contribution -

3,419.605

1,873,280.18 1.464.558.35 1,482,915.36 2,125.974.96

1,362,633.59

510,646.59

18,357.01

2.108,515.82

17,459.14

811,644

656.696.58

747.743.71

91,047.13

103,358

83.757.67

96.303.79

12,546.12

3,988,388

3.259.337.65

3.748,960.40

489,622.75

Miscellaneous Services

1,246,743

1,304.714.87

Charitable Services

-

103,566

100,079.50

1,141,430.22 100,574-93

163,284.65

495.43

Charge on Account of

Public Debt-

1,332,298

1,324,498.97

1,046.602.31

Pensions

$47,000

796,754.06

739,969.59

277,896.66 56,784-47

TOTAL

24.799,650 21,983,256.67 21,230,242.24

1,500,168.35

747.153.92

Deduct

7+7,153.92

Net

753,014.43

184

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 9, 1930.

Statement of Assets and Liabilities on the 31st December, 1929.

LIABILITIES.

$

C.

ASSETS.

$

C.

Deposits not Available

1,286,152.42

Subsidiary Coins

Postal Agencies

5,972.14

Advances

Suspense Account

602,383,96

Building Loans.......

807,553.58

Imprest

1,815,287.09

679,145.35

1,399,759.30

Suspense Trade Loan

Overdraft Bank Trade Loan

Public Works (1927) Loan Account

Adjustment of Exchange Account.....

2,532,468.64 † Joint Colonial Fund.....

9,682.00

4,604,444.44

430,001.81

House Service Account

18,447.82

948,537.35

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

408,843.64

Unallocated Stores, (Railway)

151,752.98

Coal Account

4,844.86

*Investment Account

1,240,712.28

Fixed Deposit Account

1,000,000.00

Balance at Banks General Account

1,134,577.63

Total Liabilities

6,613,069.90

Balance.

9,662,852.36

Balance Public Works (1927) Loan A/c.

Trade Loan Outstanding........

430,001.81

3,340,022.22

Crown Agents' Current Account

Total

16,275,922.26

Total

38,400.84

16,275,922.26

↑ Joint Colonial Fund £388,500. Os. Od.

* Invested as follows :-

AMOUNT OF STOCK, &C.

NOMINAL VALUE.

COST PRICE.

MARKET VALUE.

STERLING INVESTMENT.

Natal, (1929-49)

.3 % Stock.

"

.5 %

51%

"2

£ 7,600. 0. 0

20,000. 0. 0

29,009.16.10

50,000. 0. 0

51,119. 0. I

£ 5,646. 7. 0 (75) £5,700. 0. 0

19,200. 0. 0 (92)

28,719.14.11 (91)

(1003) 50,187,10. 0

18,400. 0. 0

26,398.19. 1

""

Newcastle Corporation, (1945-55)......41%

Queensland, (1940-60)

Treasury Bond, (1930)

RECEIPT.

£ 106,609.16.10 £ 104,685. 2. 0

£ 100,686. 9. 1

Public Works (1927) Loan Account.

ΡΑΥΜΕΝΤ.

2,790,227.88

416,729,68 2,109,161.99 430,001.81

Total....

.$

5,746,121.36

Loan including Interest, &c. .........$ 5,053,337.86 Contribution from Imperial Govern-

ment

692,783.50

Total........ .$ 5,746,121.36

Shing Mun Valley Scheme Harbour Development. Aerodrome Site...... Balance at Bank

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 9, 1930.

185

Statement of Funded Public Debt or Loans borrowed for Fixed Periods outstanding on the

31st December, 1929, and of the Accumulated Sinking Fund at the same date.

0

Designation of Debt or Loan.

Amount

Legal Authority. Outstanding.

Hong Kong 3% Inscribed

Ordinances Nos. 1 & 2 of

1893 and

Stock.

No. 11 of 1905.

JOINT SINKING FUND 1929.

Amount of Stock, &c.

Cost Price.

Market Price.

£1,485.732.16.5 | Antigua.

Barbados,

(1919-44)...4 % Stock.

(1925-42)...3%

British Guiana, (1935) 4%

Do..

(1923-45)...3%

£ 2,729. 3. 1

25,786. 0.0

500. 0. 0

7,139.18. 2

£ 2,465. 8. 5 (86)

22,575. 5. 9 (85)

385. 1. 0 | (95XD)

5.369. 2. 5 | (77)

£2,347, 1, 5

21,918. 2. 0

475. 0, 0

5.497.14. 7

| Cape of Good Hope,

(1933-43)...3%

36,606.18.10

Do..

(1916-36)...4 %

19.852. 9. 7

29,668.10. 2 | (81)

18.319.17. 0❘ (94)

29,651.12. 5

18,611, 6. 7

Cardiff Corporation,

(1935)...31%

Ceylon, (1936-51) .....6 %

Do.. (1934)........ 4 %

1,450. 0. 0

10.428.18. 1

Do.. (1934-59)

1,819.10. 0

6,448.18.10

Do.. (1940).

3.%

43.114. 6. 8

1,288.16. 9 (91)

11,091. 0. 2 ¦ (104)

1,533. 2.6 (97)

6.172. 4. 1 (77)

31.188. 8. 0

1,319.10. 0

10.846. 1. 2

1,764.18. 4

4.965.13. 8

(84)

36,216. 0.10

Conversion Loan,

(1940-44)...42%

Dominica. (1920-42)...4 %

6.224.14. 3

601.13. 5

540. 1.11

Fiji.

(1946-53)...5 %

39.456.12.10

Gold Coast, (1945-70)...6

33.725. 4. 7

Do..

(1939-59)...4 %

2,441.10.11

7).

12.115. 7.0

Do..

(1927-52)...3

Grenada,

(1917-42)...4 %

4,685. 4. 7

Hong Kong, (1918-15) 2

India, (1931)

6.902.19. 0

"

.34%

Jamaica, (1934) ...

4 %

Do..

(1919-49).

Do.. (1922-44)

Kenya.

Mauritius,

356

3

Do..

(1946-56)........... 6 %

(1940) ... 3 %

(1937)

3.982.18. 1

10.077.16. 0

11.497.14 8

6,350. 3. 0

48.803. 6. 7

2.800, 0, 0

5,929. 1. 5 (94 )

(*)

40.534.17. 9 | (100)

37.781. 0.2 (113)

1.949.18. 9 | (84)

11 672 12. 0 (75)

15.09.16.0 i (74)

3.806.11. 6 (87)

5.900. 8.11 | (85)

3.786.13. 6 (63)

9.998. 6.11 (96)

9.708. 2. 0 } (8)XD)

4.500.19. 2 | (77)

53.850.18.11 (112)

5.851. 4. 7

540. 1.11

39.456.12.10

38.109.10. 2

2.050.18. 0

9.086.10.10

!

14,471.17. 5

4,076. 3. 0

5,485. 0. 2

2,509. 4. 7

9.674.13. 9

9,313. 3. 8

4.889.12. 4

40

3,802.16.11

Montserrat, (1919-44)...42%

Natal, (1937)

4 0

Do.. (1914-39)...

594. 8.10

3,587.16. 0

8.896. D. S

33%

Do.. (1934-44)

11.022. 7. 7

34%

306.19.10

Do.. (1929-49)...

New South Wales.

3%

1.855. 4. 0 (*)

3,507, 9.10 | (94)

526.15. 2

3.313.12. 5 (93)

7.416.16.30 | (87)

9.336. 8. 4 (84)

271, 0.0 (75)

54,659.14. 7

1.855. 4. 0

3.574.13. 6

526.15. 2

3,836.13. }

7,739.15. 0

9.258.16. 0

230. 4.11

(1930-50)...34%

1.564. 6. D

1351, 8.0 (71)

1.110.13. 4

Now Zealand.

99 319 14 A

20945 19 B

!

(87)

Do..

Do..

(1933-43).....4 %

(1940)... ..33%

(1945).. .3%

Nigeria. (1936-46)..........6

Oi

10

Do.,

Do..

(1963)

(1949-79)......6 %

4 %

21,298. 4. 6

2.000. 0. 0

12.796. 3. 4

1,011.15. 8

48,832.13. 3

18.270. 9. 3 | (86)

19.418. 2. 9

18,316. 9. 6

1,921. 8. 8 (78)

12,923.17. 4 | (104)

1.161.19. 7 (112)

41.310. 9. 4Į (85)

1.560. 0. 0

13,308. 0. 3

1.133. 3.11

41.507.15. 3

Carried forward.. £502.681.12. 3 £457.795.12. 2

* No quotation.

£ 456,663.15. 1

186

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 9, 1930.

Statement of Funded Public Debt, &c.,-Continued.

JOINT SINKING FUND 1929.

Designation of Debt or Loan.

Legal Authority.

Amount Outstanding.

Amount of Stock, &c.

Hong Kong 6%

Public Works

Loan.

Ordinance

No. 14 of 1927.

Cost Price.

Market Price.

Brought forward

£502.681 12. 3 £457,795.12. 2

£456,663,15 I

Queensland, (1922-47) 3 % Stock.

2,000. 0. 0

Do.,

(1940-60)...5 %

5,990. 3. 2

1,948. 5.10 (69)

5,800. 3. 4 (72)

1,380. 0. 0

4,312.18. 3

Sierra Leone,

(1929-54)...33%

5.200. 0. 0

Do., (1938-63)...4 %

St. Lucia, (1919-44)...4 %

South Australia,

800. 3. 5

10,814. 7.11

4,902.12. 2 (80)

767.16. 8

(84)

8,036.17. 7 | (91)

4.160. 0. 0

672. 2.10

9,841. 2. 0

Do..

(1939)...84%

(1917-36)...4 %

1.200. 0. 0

1.831. 1. 7

1,293.16. 5 | (84)

1.650 9. 2 (*)

1.008. 0. 0

1.650. 9. 2

South Nigeria (Lagos),

(1930-55)...31%

45,539.10. 4

43,505. 6. 0¦ (78)

35,520.16. 6

Straits Settlements,

(1936-51)...6 %

Do.. (1935-45)...41%

6,812. 7.10

27.768. 8. ±

Do..

Tasmania, (1920-40)...4 %

(1937-67)...3%

Trinidad,

Do..

Union of South Africa,

(1917-42)...4 %

(1922-44) ..3

45.215. 1. 5

774. 2. 2

39,114. 9. 5

25,271. 0. 5

7.392 19. (104)

26.449.14.10 | (94)

43.305. 5. 6

(76)

681. 6. 4 (82)

7,084.17. 9

26,102. 6. 3

34,363. 9. 1

34.094.17. 4 (90)

19,613.17.0 (88XD)

634.15. 5

35,203. 0.6

22.238.10. 0

(1940-60)...5 %

8,092. 2. 8

Victoria,

(1929-49)...34%

Do,

(1932-42)...5%

5,000. 0. 0

2.421. 3. 2

8,178. 1. 1 (100)

4,734. 8. 6 (72)

2,396.18.11

8,092. 2. 8

3,600. 0. 0

(92)

2.227. 9. 4

Western Australia,

(1915-35)...3%

Do.,

(1916-36)...3 %

D0..

(1927-17)

696.19.10

2,000. 0. 0

1,500. 0. 0

584. 7. 8 (88)

613. 7. 1

1.P16.14.11

(84)

1.680. 0. 0

1.151. 8. 0

Less

Straits Settlements,

(1937-67)...34%

Western Australia,

£740,722.13.11 E676.196. 0.6

£677,049. 1.11

565.14. 8

422. 3. 7 (76)

429.19. 2

(1927-47)...33%

$

1,500, 0. 0

1.151. 8. 0

TOTAL...

'£738,656.19. 3 £674,622. 8.11

£656.619. 2. 9

$4.927,000

Conversion 5% Loan,

(1944-64)

£ 26.085.14 9 | (a)2,685,11. 0 | (*)

£ 2.685.11. O

Treasury Bonds,

(1930-34D)...45% Bonds.

Natal, (1914-39).34% Stock.

15,000. 0. 0

4,958. 3.11

15.170. 4.11

Do.,

(1937) .........

168.13. 9

4.411.13.10 (87)

156. 7. 7 (93)

15.170. 4.11

4,313.12. 7

156.17 .7

New South Wales,

(1922-32)...5%

TREASURY,

HONG KONG, 5th May, 1930.

Cash in hand,

TOTAL......

a) Part payment.

5,439. 5. 7

5,496. 4. 5 (98)

23,400. 0. 0

5.330. 9.10

23,400. 0. 0

£51,651.18. 0

£51,320. 1. 9

£51,056.15.11

* No quotation.

C. McI. MESSER,

Treasurer.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 9, 1930.

187

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

  No. 296. 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 the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1884.

PERSONS QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE AND SURGERY.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

NATURE OF QUALIFICATION.

DATE OF QUALIFICATION.

Alexandra Buildings.

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

1922.

Tang Wah Easteru Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

Anderson, James William.......

Au King..

區警

Hospital.

Aragaki, Tsunemasa

Arculli, Hassan el

20, Des Voeux Road Central.

"Igakuchi" (Bachelor of Medicine) of

the Nagasaki University, Japan.

May, 1929.

May, 1916.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of 6th July, 1912.

Surgery of the University of Liverpool,

Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians (London): Member of the Royal College of Surgeons (England); Diplomate in Public Health (Liver- pool) and a Diplomate of Tropical Medicine (Liverpool).

4

Ashton, Frank Richard..........

Alice Memorial and Affiliated Hospitals.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Edinburgh, Diplomate in Tropical Medicine, Uni- versity of Liverpool.

1924.

Asjoe, Salomon Ho

China Building.

1922.

Atienza, Vicente Nicolas

York Buildings.

Aubrey, George Ernest

Balean, Hermanu

Union Building.

Basto, Roberto Alexandre de

Castro.....

Exchange Building.

Bau Tsu-zung

Government Civil Hospital.

Black, George Duncan Ralph.... Union Building.

Licentiate of the Royal College of Phy- sicians and Licentiate of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh. Licentiate of the Royal Faculty of Phy-

sicians and Surgeons of Glasgow.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the Duiversity of Hong Kong.

Member of the Royal College of Sur- geons (England); Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians (London); and Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery of the London University.

Doctor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of London, Fellow of the Royal College of Sur- geous (England), Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians (London).

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

Member of the Royal College of Surgeons (England), Licentiate of the Royal

College of Physicians (London). Diplomate in Ophthalmic Medicine and

Surgery (London).

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

Doctor of Medicine of the University of

Toronto.

1922.

15th January, 1920.

1903.

1904.

14th February, 1901.

May, 1921.

October, 1922. -

July, 1926.

1926.

9th June,

1905.

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PERSONS QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE AND SURGERY,-Continued.

NAME.

Bunje, Frederick

ADDRESS.

Alexandra

Buildings.

Chan Chung-san

陳宗燊

Chan Ping-in..........

陳炳賢

Nethersole Hospital.

Chau Sik-nin

NATURE OF QUALIFICATION.

Member of the Royal College of Surgeons (England), Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians (London).

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

China Building. Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

DATE OF QUALIFICATION.

1926.

3rd January, 1918.

2nd January, 1930.

1923.

Chau Wai-cheung

24, Des Vœux

周懷璋

Road Central.

Cheah Tiang-eam

謝長炎

Cheah Keug-seng

Medical Department.

Chee Chin-hai

Diploma in Ophthalmic Medicine and

Surgery (Royal College of Physicians

and Surgeons of London).

Diploma in Laupyology and Otology (Royal College of Physicians and Sur- geons of London and England).

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

| Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

Surgery of the University of Hong! Kong.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

Surgery of the University of Hong! Kong.

Rachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

Bachelor of Melkie and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

30th May, 1916.

30th May, 1916.

May, 1922.

May, 1928.

Cheng Kung-chen

Kwong Wah Hospital.

December, 1919.

Chenna Shin-fan

張紹勳

Government Civil¦ Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Hospital. Surgery of the University of Hong

Kong.

December, 1929.

Cheung Wing-tai

張榮棣

1st floor.

45, Queen's Road | Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

Central,

Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

3rd January.

1918.

Chin Chu-san

趙柱臣

81, Queen's Road | Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

Central.

Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

1922.

Chow Tin-cham...

周天湛

Clift, Harry Lechmere

Tung Wah Hospital.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

5th January,

1928.

Nanning.

Bachelor of Medicine and Rachelor of Surgery of the University of Ediu- burgh.

1901.

Cogan, John Edward Huia

Union Bailing.

Digby, Kenelm Hutchinson

Dovey, (Mrs. Agnes Lilias

Jenkins

University of Hong Kong.

Medical Department.

Buch.des of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Glasgow.

Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery of the

University of London and Fellow of the | Royal College of Surgeons of England.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Edin- burgh.

20th October. 1928.

9th February,

1907.

20th July. 1923.

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PERSONS QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE AND SURGERY, Continued.

189

NAME.

Durran, John...............

Dutta, Jotindranath

Earle, Herbert Gasteneau.............

ADDRESS.

Alexandra Buildings.

NATURE OF QUALIFICATION.

DATE OF QUALIFICATION.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Edin- burgh.

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

Bachelor of Medicine of the University

of Cambridge.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

1924.

1920.

4th September, 1913.

1920.

Fok Wing-kan

霍永根

140, Queen's Road Central.

Gibson, Robert McLean

London Mission.

Master of Surgery and Bachelor of Medicine of the University of Edin- burgh.

24th October,

1896.

Doctor of Medicine of the University of

Edinburgh.

1900.

Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons,

1912.

Edinburgh.

Gourdin, Allston

Kayamally Building.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of 14th December,

Surgery of the University of Hong

1928.

Kong.

Guterres, Antonio Paulo

22, Granville Road, Kowloon.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of 25th June, 1929.

Surgery of the University of Hong

Kong.

Guzdar, Jamshed Sorab

China Building.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

1926.

Hara, Suegoro

15, Arbuthnot Road.

Harston, George Montagu

66

Igakushi" (Bachelor of Medicine) of the Imperial Kyushu University, Japan.

Member of the Royal College of Surgeons; Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians, London; Doctor of Medi- cine of the University of London ; and Diplomate in Ophthalmology (Oxon.).

1911.

10th February,

1898.

Heanley, Charles Montague....

Victoria Road,

near Pokfulam.

Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery of the 9th November,

London University; Member of the Royal College of Surgeons (London); Licentiate of the Royal College of Physiciaus (London); aud a Diplomate in Public Health and a Diplomate of Tro- pical Hygiene of Cambridge University.

1990.

Hoahing, (Miss) Martha Hunter

何顯

China Building.

1916.

Ho Shai-chuen

104, Queen's

Road Central.

何世全

Ho Tung, Eva..

Hsin Shih-tse

修世澤

Hua Tse-jen

華則仁

Hong Kong

University.

Licentiate of the Royal College of Phy- sicians and Licentiate of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh. Licentiate of the Royal Faculty of!

Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow.

Licentiate in Medicine and Surgery of

the Society of Apothecaries, London.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

1916.

16th April, 1918.

1927.

10th January, 1928.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

December, 1927.

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PERSONS QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE AND SURGERY,-Continued.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

NATURE OF QUALIFICATION.

DATE OF QUALIFICATION,

Ip Kam-wa

Karanjia. Navel Pestonji ..

Keisho Kiyohara

496, Nathan Road, Yaumati.

!

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

Government Civil Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Hospital. Surgery of the University of Hong

Kong.

191, Wanchai Road.

Igakushi" (Bachelor of Medicine) of the Imperial University of Tokyo.

1920.

31st January, 1929.

30th March, 1925.

Kirk, Edward Wilfrid

China Building, (4th Floor).

Doctor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery; Fellow of Royal College of Surgeons,

Edinburgh.

December, 1908.

Kitashima, Kotaro

Doctor of Medicine of the University of 8th December,

Tokio.

Koch, Wilfred Vincent Miller...! Union Building. Bachelor of Medicine and Master of

K: King-fan

高景雰

Kwan-shem, Albert

Kwok Ying-kong

Tung Wal Hospital.

郭應剛

242, Queen's Road East, Second Floor,

Laing, Douglas

Lai Po-chuen (Miss)...

賴寶川

Lam Shin-kwong

11, Staunton Street.

Tsan Yuk

Maternity Hospital.

Surgery of the University of Edin- burgh.

Doctor of Medicine of the University of

Edinburgh.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Houg Kong.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

1897.

1884.

1895.

10th January, 1928.

!

29th December, 1927.

December, 1929.

3rd January, 1928.

10th January,

1928.

Tsan Yuk

Law, Edward....

Maternity Hospital.

16, D'Aguilar

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong,

1925.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

1915.

Street, 1st floor.

Surgery of the University of Edin- burgh.

Lee, George

46,

Robinson Road.

Member of the Royal College of Sur-

geons (England).

1927.

Licentiate of the Royal College of Physi-

1927.

cians (London).

Lee Ying-chuen

508, Nathan

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

1917.

李應存

Road, 1st floor, Yaumati.

Surgery of the University of Edin- burgh.

Li Kuang-yu

Tung Wah

Hospital.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

1927.

Li Ping-sum

李炳森

84, Queen's

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

1920.

Road East,

1st floor.

Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

1

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 9, 1930.

PERSONS QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE AND SURGERY, Continued.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

NATURE OF QUALIFICATION,

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

Surgery of the University of Hong || Kong.

191

DATE OF QUALIFICATION.

10th January,

1928.

Li Shue-pui

李樹培

Li Shu-fan

16, Queen's

李樹芬

Road Central.

Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Chirur- gery, and a Diplomate in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.

1910.

Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons,

(Edinburgh).

1922.

Li Sung

李崧

182, Queen's Road

Ceutral.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

1922.

Li Tsoo-yin

Government Civil Hospital.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

May, 1924.

Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

Liu Hung-ngan

506, Nathan

Road, 1st floor,

Kowloon.

Macgown, John Cecil

Alexandra Buildings.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

Doctor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Edin- burgh.

l'ecember,

1922.

1922.

Ma Chin-ki

58 & 60, Queen's

馬超奇

Road Central, 1st floor.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

26th June, 1918.

Ma Wai-man

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

1927.

Mackinnon, Ivan William................

co The Canadian

Pacific Steamships Co., Ltd.

Licentiate of the Royal College of Physi-

cians and Surgeons (Edinburgh). Licentiate Faculty Physicians and Sur-

geous (Glasgow).

1906.

1906.

Mah San-shan

64, Queen's Road Central,

Agakushi of the Aichi Medical College,

Japan.

1921.

Marriott, Oswald

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 London; Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the same; and Doctor of Medicine of the University of Brussels.

Dec., 1908.

of

May, 1908.

1908.

McElney. John Harold......................

Alexandra Buildings.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Edin- burgh.

July, 1928.

McGregor, Agnes Brymner

Milward, John Kenneth

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

Surgery of Glasgow University.

1st November, 1900.

Member of the Royal College of Sur-

1922.

geons, England.

Licentiate of the Royal College of Phy-

sicians, London.

Minett, Ethel Mary, (Mrs.)..............

Medical Department.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

Surgery of the University of London. Doctor of Medicine, London University. Diploma in Public Health, Royal College,

London.

1910.

1916.

1916.

Mitchell, Eleanor Whitworth

Doctor of Medicine and Bachelor of

Surgery of the London University.

6th December,

1906.

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PERSONS QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE AND SURGERY,-Continued.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

NATURE OF QUALIFICATION.

DATE OF QUALIFICATION,

Mitchell, Isaiah Edward

Mok Tai-tin

40, Des Vœux Road Central.

Montgomery, John Howard

The Matilda Hospital.

Morrison, John

Bachelor of Arts, Doctor of Medicine and Master in Surgery of the University of Montreal.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Edin- burgh.

Union Building. Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

Surgery, University of Edinburgh.

Munehiro, Jungo

191, Wanchai Road.

June, 1903.

December, 1928.

· 1902.

1907.

Igakushi" (Bachelor of Medicine) of 5th December, the University of Tokio.

1

#

?

1916.

Nicolson, Murdo

Alexandra Buildings.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

Surgery, University of Glasgow.

April. 1924.

Osman, Mustapha Biu

Hong Kong University.

Özorio, Filomeno Maria Graça.....

St. George's Building.

:

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

14th December,

May. 1924.

1914.

Patchett, Reginald Joseph

eo The Canadian Licentiate of the Royal College of Physi- Pacific Steamships! cians, Edinburgh.

Co., Ltd.

}

|

July, 1918.

Licentiate of the Royal College of Sur-

geons, Edinburgh,

July, 1918.

Licentiate of the Royal Faculty of Physi-

cians and Surgeons (Glasgow).

July, 1918.

Pfister, Freiderich Otto

Maximilian....

Pedder Building. Member of the Royal College of Surgeons

I910.

(England).

Licentiate of the Royal College of

Physicians (London).

1910.

Phoon Seek-wah

Tung Wab Hospital.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

1921.

Surgery of the University of Hong

Kong.

Phoon Seck-weng

Tung Wah Eastern Hospital.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

1920.

Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

Pillai, D. Kumara Samy

Hong Kong

University.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

1922.

Polishvala, Kaikhosru-Jamsetji

Licentiate of Medicine and Surgery of 18th February,

the University of Bombay.

1902.

Rowan, George Evan ..

劉榮志

China Building. Licentiate of the Royal College of

Physicians (Loudon).

1927.

Member of the Royal College of Sur-

1927.

geons (England).

Licentiate of Medicine and Surgery of the Society of Apothecaries (London).

1926.

Roza, Carlos Francisco

Xavier da

Kayamally Building.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

May, 1928.

{

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PERSONS QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE AND SURGERY,-Continued.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

NATURE OF QUALIFICATION.

193

DATE OF QUALIFICATION,

Rush, William Thomas...

Sanders, James Herbert

c/o The Canadian Diploma of College of Physicians and Pacific Steamships Surgeons of Alberta, Canada.

Co., Ltd.

Sepher, Sheik Abdool Majid.... China Building.

Member of the Royal College of Sur- geons, England; Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians, London; and Doctor of Medicine of the Univer- sity of Brussels.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

1913.

10th February, 1900.

May, 1924.

17th December,

1929.

Shi Man-wai

施文蔚

Government Civil Hospital.

Shin Kwai-shang

單季生

53, Queen's Road Central.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

1923.

Shin Lok-shang.......

35, Queen's Road Central.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

December, 1923.

Skinn, Alfred John

Union Building.

Sousa, Antonio Bernardo de

Prince's Building.

Stralian, Stuart Séguin...

Alexandra Buildings.

Sun, Edward Wickham Jueyow.

孫潤焜

Government Civil Hospital.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Edin- burgh.

Licentiate of Medicine and Surgery of

the University of Bombay. Diplomate in Public Health, Cambridge.

Member of the Royal College of Surgeons (England), Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians (London); Bachelor of Medicine of the University of Oxford.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

London Mission. Member of the Royal College of Surgeons,

July, 1925.

30th July,

1919.

1911.

11th March,

1909.

1912.

May, 1928.

Sydenham, Annie

1923.

England; Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians, London.

1923.

Tang Yee-yuen....................

Kwong Wah

Hospital,

Yanmati.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

1927.

Taylor, Sir Eric Stuart...

1919.

1913.

Thomas, George Harold

譚嘉士

Thomas, William Leslie

To Shiu-hung

Government Civil Hospital.

The Pharmacy.

Doctor of Medicine and Bachelor of Sur- gery of the University of Cambridge; Member of the Royal College of Sur- geons, England, and Member of the Royal College of Physicians, London.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong; Doctor of Medicine of same.

Member of the Royal College of Surgeons (England); Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians (London).

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

30th May,

1914. 1920.

January, 1920. 1915.

19th December,

1924.

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PERSONS QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE AND SURGERY,-Continued.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

NATURE OF QUALIFICATION.

DATE OF QUALIFICATION.

Tsang Fak-cho

76, Queen's

會福初

Road Central.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

1926.

Tseung Fat-im

60, Des Vœux

蔣法賢

Road Central.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

1925.

Tsoi Teng-ming

27, Des Voeux

Road Central.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

1923.

Tu Teng-pang

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

1927.

Vadon, Alfred Marie..............

Licentiate in Medicine, Surgery and Mid-

wifery of the Apothecaries Society of London, Doctor of Medicine, Bordeaux, France.

1920.

Vephula, Chumlong

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

20th December,

1928.

Wan Chik-hing

China Building.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

1914.

Surgery of the University of Edin- burgh.

Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons,

Edinburgh.

1922.

Diplomate in Public Health, University

1916.

of Cambridge.

Diplomate in Tropical Medicine and

Hygiene, Edinburgh.

1914.

Wan Yik shing

12, D'Aguilar Street.

Member of the Royal College of Sur-

1918.

geons (England).

Licentiate of the Royal College of

1918.

Physicians (London).

Bachelor of Surgery of the University of

1921.

Cambridge.

Wan Ying-shing..

Member of the Royal College of Sur-

1925.

geons, Eugland.

Licentiate of the Royal College of

1925.

Physicians, London.

Wang Chung-ching

王寵慶

66, Queen's Road Central.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

1911.

Surgery and Doctor of Medicine of the University of Edinburgh.

1916.

Wong, Augustus Din alias

Wong Hung-tsun

Kowloon Ho-pital.

黃鴻進

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

29th December, 1927.

Wong, Benjamin Cheonglam ....

黃鏘霖

39A, Queen's | Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Road Central. Surgery of the University of Hong

Kong.

7th June, 1917.

Wong Kwok-kun

337,

Nathan

黃國權

Road, Yaumati.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

7th June,

1917.

Wong Man

Member of the Royal College of Sur-

1919.

geons, England ; Licentiate of the

Royal College of Physicians, London.

Bachelor of Chirurgery, Cambridge.

1921.

Bachelor of Medicine, Cambridge.

1924.

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PERSONS QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE AND SURGERY,-- Continued.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

NATURE OF QUALIFICATION.

195

DATE OF QUALIFICATION.

Wong, Reginald Jarp

黃仲敏

70, Queen's Road Central.

Bachelor of Medicine

and Master of

1918.

Surgery of the University of Sydney, New South Wales.

Wong Sik-to

黃錫沿

Pedder Building, 2nd floor.

1919.

Wong Tsz-chuen

王子傳

58 & 60, Queen's Road Central.

Wong Yan-kwong...

Tung Wah

黃恩光

Eastern Hospital.

Wo Loy-kung

胡來貢

Woo Tiu-po

吳天保

16, Queen's Road Central.

Woo Wai-tak, Arthur

China Building.

胡惠德

Member of the Royal College of Sur- geons, England ; Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians, London. Diploma of Ophthalogy in Medicine and Surgery of the Royal College of Sur- geons, England.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Edin- burgh.

Member of the Royal College of Sur- geons (England); Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians (London); and Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Lon- don.

1926.

7th June, 1917.

3rd January,

1929

1919.

19th December,

1915.

Jan., 1913.

May, 1916.

il

Woods, Frederick Lindsay

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

1905.

Surgery of the University of Cambridge.

Yang Lin

楊琳

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of 21st December,

Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

1928.

Yeoh Cheang-hoc

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

1926.

Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

Yeo Kok-cheang

Sanitary Department.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

1925.

Yip Keung-ki

葉强基

2B, Pottinger Street.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of 28th December,

Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

1927.

Yip Tai-ching

葉大楨

China Building. Member of the Royal College of Sur-

geons, (England),

1928.

Licentiate of the Royal College of Physi-

1928.

cians (London).

1929.

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

All Civil Medical Officers and all Medical Officers of His Majesty's Army and Navy respectively serving in Hong Kong on full pay shall be deemed to be registered under this Ordinance (Ordinance No. 1 of 1884, Section 19).

NOTE:-No medical practitioner is entitled to practise in the Colony unless he is in possession of a valid certificate for the current year stamped in accordance with the provisions of the Stamp Ordinances, 1921. This does not apply to any person the whole of whose time is at the disposal of the Crown.

Exemptions from payment of fees for certificate to practice

(a) any person the whole of whose time is at the disposal of the Crown ;

(b) any professor of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Hong Kong ;

(c) any person who may for the time being be exempted by the Governor in Council on the ground that the whole of the time of such person is at the disposal of some charitable institution.

(Ordinance No. 26 of 1929, Section 5).

Director of Medical & Sanitary Servi ces.

A. R. WELLINGTON,

6th May, 1930.

196

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

    No. 297. The following corrected copy of the Dental Register is published in accordance with the provisions of Ordinance No. 16 of 1914-

Dental Surgeons.

ASGER, MEHDY EDWARD.

BURTON, CYRIL HERBERT.

CHAUN MOON-HUNG.

DYKES, JAMES STOBIE.

GOODMAN, ALFred John.

KEW, FREDERICK HOWARD.

KEW, IRVIN WHITELEY.

SHIMOKAWA, NORIHISA.

THOMPSON, FREDERICK.

USUI, YUJI.

周夢熊

Woo, PAUL S.

Exempted Persons.

胡成德

CHAUN KWOK-WING.

FONG, HARRY.

GILL, RALPH EKIN.

KONG TAT-YUEN.

LAU IU-TSUN.

LAU PAK-WAI.

周國榮

鄺源敬

鄺達源

劉耀泉 劉伯偉

PUN Ü-TUNG.

潘耀東

SOMMERS, HILMAR FLORENZ.

TANG YUK.

鄧煜

TO, HERBERT.

YEE KWOK-CHUE.

余國柱

YEUNG SHIU-CHUN.

楊少泉

6th May, 1930.

A. R. WELLINGTON,

Director of Medical and Sanitary Services.

}

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197

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

  No. 298.-The following list of persons authorised by the Governor, under section 9 (1) of the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1881, Ordinance No. 1 of 1884, to sigu medical certificates of the cause of death for the purposes of the Births and Deaths Regis- tration Ordinance, 1896, is published in accordance with the provisions of section 9 (2) of the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1884 :-

Au Sz-cham, L.M.S.H.

Chiu Hin-yeung, Diploma, Government Medical College, Tientsin. Chung Yik-sun, L.M.S.II.

Ho Ko-tsun, L.M.S.H.

Jeu Hawk, M.D., University of Oregon, U.S.A.

Kwan King-leung, L.M.S.H.

Lam Shing-kup, Diploma, Government Medical College, Tientsin.

Lai Yun-hae, L.M.S.II.

Lee Yin-sze, L.M.S.H.

Lee Ying-yau, L.M.S.H.

Luk Chuen-hsuen, Diploma, Government Medical College, Tientsin.

Ma Luk, L.M.S.H.

Naidu, Pala Dora Raj, L.M.S.H.

Souza, E. L. de, L.M.S.H.

Wong Pak-fu, L.M.S.H.

Jemadar Naurang Singh, I.M.D.

""

""

Bansi Ram Sharma, I.M.D. Shankar Dass Sharma, I.M.D. V. K. Nasir Uddin, I.M.D.

區斯湛

趙顯楊 鍾奕順 何高俊 趙學 關景良 林聖級 林閩羲 李賢士 李應猷 陸存煊

祿

黄伯符

Indian Subordinate Medical Staff.

6th May, 1930.

A. R. WELLINGTON,

Director of Medical & Sanitary Services.

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

Hong Kong.

No. 353.

  Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Post Office Ordi nance, 1926, Ordinance No. 7 of 1926, on the 10th day of June, 1930.

Regulation 28 made by the Governor in Council and set forth in Government Noti- fication No. 707 in the Gazette of the 2nd December, 1927, is hereby rescinded and the following regulation is substituted therefor :---

28. Letters will be accepted at Hong Kong for transmission by the United States Air Mail Services to the undermentioned destinations and at the charges specified. The charges are in addition to the regular postage.

Destination.

Charge.

Rate per

Charge.

Destination.

Rate per

ounce.

ounce.

C.

$ c.

United States, Baha- mas, Canada and Cuba

Dutch West Indies,

0.65

() Saba, St. Eusta-

tius and

St.

Dominican Republic,

Martins

1.00

Haiti, Porto Rico

(b) Curacao, Aruba

and Virgin Islands

and Bonairo

3.00

(British and U.S.)...

1.00

Mexico......

1.25

British Guiana, Co-

lombia, Dutch Gui-

Guatemala, Honduras

ana, Ecuador, French

(British and Repu- blic) Nicaragua and Salvador

Guiana and Vene- zuela

3.00

1.50

Bolivia and Peru

4.00

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

10th June, 1930.

Lee-

Chile

Barbados, Costa Rica,

Guadeloupe,

ward Islands (except Virgin Islands) Mar- tinique, Panama and Canal Zone, Tobago, Trinidad and Wind- ward Islands

5.00

2.00

Argentina, Paraguay

and Uruguay

5.50

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

2

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 16, 1930.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL,

No. 299.

Hong Kong.

Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 39 (8) of the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, Ordinance No. 10 of 1899, on the 10th day of May, 1930.

Table. U in the Schedule to the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, is hereby further amended by the rescission of regulations 15 and 16, and the substitution of the following regulations therefor respectively:

Survey of

steam-

boilers.

Cancellation

of licence

 where steam- boiler unfit.

15. Before obtaining a licence, the owner of any vessel which is fitted or equipped with any steam-boiler, whether for propulsion, pumping, working cargo, or any other use or purpose, shall cause the boiler to be surveyed by the Government Marine Surveyor, and shall obtain his certificate that the same is fit for the service intended, and shall produce the certificate to the Harbour Master.

16. The licence of a vessel shall be liable to be cancelled or suspended at any time by the Harbour Master on the report of the Government Marine Surveyor that, in his opinion, any steam-boiler with which the vessel is fitted or equipped is not fit for service.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

10th May, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

  No. 300.-It is hereby notified that His Excellency Sir WILLIAM PEEL, K.B.E., C.M.G., has been pleased to accept the position of Honorary Colonel of the Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps.

15th May, 1930.

  No. 301.-With reference to Government Notification No. 464 of 13th September, 1929, His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. JOHN KEITH Bous- FIELD to be a Member of the Harbour Board, vice Mr. WILLIAM HENRY BELL, resigned, with effect from 9th May, 1930.

11th May, 1930.

  No. 302.-- His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to grant the local rank of Captain to Lieut. Tuomas ALEXANDER HAMILTON COLTMAN, R.A., A.D.C., with effect from this date.

14th May, 1980,

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201

No. 303.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint the following officers to be his Honorary Aides-de-Camp, with effect from the 9th May, 1930:-

Lieutenant ARTHUR OSWALD SWAYNE, 1st S.L.I.

Mr. WALTER RICHARDSON SCOTT, Assistant Superintendent of Police. Subedar-Major MUNGUL SINGH, Hong Kong and Singapore Brigade. Subedar HIKMAT, 3/15th Punjab Regiment.

16th May, 1930.

NOTICES.

SUPREME COURT.

  No. 304.-It is hereby notified that The TAI YICK BANK () having lodged a statement of particulars pursuant to Section S of the Chinese Partnerships Ordinance, 1911, is this day registered as a Chinese Partnership with the following registered partners:-

1. Chau Cheuk Fan

2. Chau Tsun Nin..

3. Chiu Ip Tseung.

(周卓凡)

(周俊年)

(招葉祥)

4. Chau Shiu Ng 5. Chiu Chung How..

(周

五)

(招頌侯)

6. Chiu Lo Ting.....

(招露庭)

7. Chiu Leung Hang

(招量行)

S. Chau Chak Nin...

(周澤年)

15th May, 1980.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

   No. 305.-It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Crown on Rural Building Lot No. 298 has been registered according to law.

14th May, 1930.

PHILIP JACKS,

Land Officer.

DISTRICT OFFICE, TAI PO.

No. 306.--It is hereby notified for general information that the Cancellation of the Memorial of Re-entry by the Crown on the following Lot Nos. in the Northern Dis- trict of the New Territories has been registered according to law:-

Tan Chuk Hang Houses Nos. 6 and 98, Lam Ti House No. 18, D.D. 76,

Lots Nos. 2290, and 2362, and D.D. 131, Lot No. 444.

12th May, 1930.

E. I. WYNNE-JONES,

District Officer, North.

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ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

No. 307.-Extract of Meteorological Observations made at the Royal Observatory, Hong Kong, during the month of April, 1930.

BARO-

METER

TEMPERATURE.

HUMIDITY.

DATE.

AT

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

Abs.

CLOUDINESS.

SUNSHINE.

WIND.

RAIN.

Mean Mean

Dir.

Vel.

Miles

April

ins.

p. c.

ins.

p. c.

hrs.

ins.

Points.

O

p.h.

1,

30.16.

68.1

65.1

63.4

84

0.52

86

1.3

E by N

17.2

2,

.13

66.9

63.9 65.4

73

.46

64

3.5

E by N

25.7

3,

.07

68.7

65.9

64.0 -8

.50

90

3.0

E by N

16.8

.01

74.2

+

69.5

65.6

$5

.62

69

6.8

E

10.7

2

5.

29.90

70.1

68.3

65.4 93

.64

97

0.3

0.380

5.

.92

68.7

07.1 65.4 90

.60

100

0.450 E by N

7,

.95

70.9

63.9

67.4

93

.65

100

0.2

3,

-93

75.3

715

68.3 95

-73

85

3.8

EVEE

17.1

21.5

16.6

11.7

.86

81.6

76.8

71.6 87

.80

93

8.6

10.0

9.

10,

.83

82.1

78.5

75.5

.81

87

6.5

S by W

10.6

II,

.84

84.0

79.5 77.1

82

.82

89

7.8

S

9.0

12.

.88

82.1

77.5 74.4

ول

.83

90

I. I

0.075

SSE

+7

13,

.95

77.0

71.4 68.9

95

.73

95

0.1

E

16.2

0.015

14.

.99

76.7

71.7

69.2

94

.73

69

5.9

E

13.6

80.6

15,

30.01

74.0 70.3

87

-73 92

+.0

NW by W

5.5

16,

.06

72.1

69.3

67.4 86

.62 99

1.0

E by N

12.7

17,

.04

76.9

71.2 68.0

18,

29.93

76.8

73.8 70.4

19,

.91

84.9 77-7 73.4

20,

.97

80.1

75.8 72.5

21,

-93

80.: 76.4

87 73.5

22,

.82 82.3 76.8

74.4

23,

75

84.6 79.8

75.9

24.

85.1

81.5

79.2

45,

80.8

76.0 70.9

26,

.87

76.8

74.1

72.6

* * * * + I + I x +

82

.63

83

3.2

E by S

10.6

84

.70 91

3.6

0.010

ESE

13.9

84

.79

47

9.1

0.010

SSE

54

$8

778

25

10.9

E by S

10.2

.79

78

7.0

E

11.7

0.005

80

.82 88

6.7

ESE

0.095

15.2

84

.86 89

557

SSE

11.4

80

.86 88

S.2

0.005

S by W

13.8

85

076 92

2.8

0.865

SSW

12.9

87

73

82

1.4

0.005

ENE

21.2

!

27,

.88

73.6

72.2

70.8

93

.73

100

0.185 E by N

21.0

:

28.

E

.89

78.1

74.7

72.5 93

.79

75

15.0

5.7

29.

.95 83.0

76.9

89 +4

.82

40

10.6

E

8.4

30.

.98

81.2

77.1

73.0

85

.78

12

11.5

5.5

Mean,...

29.93

77.4

73.5

70.6

87

0.72

80

140.3

2.100

E by S

13.2

MEANS AND EXTREMES FOR APRIL:-

Maximum,. Normals,

30.03

29.96

Minimum,

29.89

78.7 74.6

70.3 74.7

65.2 70.0

71.3 89 0.73 67.0 : 85 0.64 61.8

75 0.52

93 196.5 17.165

18.9

80

61

116.1

53-3

5.482 1.235

E

13.9

10.6

  The rainfall for the month of April at the Botanical Gardens was 2ins. 26 on S days, at the Matilda Hospital, Mount Kellett, it was lins. 82 on 8 days, at Fanling, it was 2ins. 42 on 6 days, at the Royal Naval Hospital, Hong Kong, it was 2ins. 04 ou 7 days, and at the Police Station, Taipo, it was 2ins. 80 on 8 days.

The lowest reading of the barometer (M.S.L.) was 29ins. 645 at 3h on the 25th. The maximum gust velocity, as recorded by the Dines-Baxendell anemograph, was

at the rate of 44 miles per hour at 7h. 57m. on the 2nd.

T. F. CLAXTON, Director.

18th May, 1930.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 16, 1930.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MArks.

203

No. 308.-It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909 :

Number of Marks.

Date of Registration.

Name and Address of Owner.

Period of Renewal.

Classes in which renewed.

File No.

Nos. 90 and 91 | 5th May, 1916.

of 1916.

British Cigarette Company, Limited, 22, Museum Road, Shanghai.

5th May, 1944.

45

20 of 1930.

8th May, 1930.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

  No. 309.-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 and Address of Owner.

Period of Renewal.

Class in

which renewed.

File No.

No. 100 of 1916.

16th May, 1916.

15th May, 1930.

Edward A. Merrit, William R. Rathvon, Annie M. Knott, George Wendell Adams, Charles E. Heitman and Josiah E. Fernald, Trustees of the Will of Mary Baker G. Eddy, at the corner of Falmouth and St. Paul Streets, in Boston, Common- wealth of Massachusetts, U. S. A.

16th May, 1944.

39

23 of 1930.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 310. It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909 :-

Number

of

Marks.

Date of Registration.

Names and Addresses of Owners.

Period of Renewal.

Classes in which renewed.

File No.

 Nos. 159A and 159B of 1888.

12th May, 1888.

Lever Brother (China), Limited (China Company), at No 18, The Bund, Shanghai.

12th May, 1944.

47

1 of 1930.

15th May, 1930.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks.

204

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 16, 1930.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 311.-It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has expired and that they will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 10th June, 1930, unless the prescribed fees for renewal of registration are paid before that date:-

Number of Marks.

Names and Addresses of Proprietors.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

File

Nos.

No. 22 of 1902.

Kwong Chi Koon Dispensary, Cheong Lan Street, Canton, and 19, Queen's Road Central, Victoria, Hong Kong.

7th May, 1930.

21 of 1930.

Nos. 18 to 21 of 1902.

Ferd Bornemann, Shanghai.

6th May, 1930,

19 of 1930.

8th May, 1930.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks.

1

;

206

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 23, 1930.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 312.-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. IU-NIN CHAU be added to the List of Authorized Architects published in Government Notification No. 593 of the 15th November, 1929.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

15th May, 1930.

APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils,

No. 313. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. THOMAS HENRY KING to act as Inspector General of Police and Chief Officer, Fire Brigade, during the absence from the Colony of the Honourable Mr. EDWARD DUDLEY CORSCADEN WOLFE, C.M.G., or until further notice, with effect from the 15th May, 1930.

20th May, 1930.

No. 314. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Dr. RALPH STOCKMAN BEGBIE to be Assistant Medical Officer of Health, with effect from the 9th May, 1930.

23rd May, 1930.

No. 315.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. GEORGE WILLIAM ANTHONY TUFTON to be his Private Secretary with effect from 22nd May-

1930.

23rd May, 1930.

No. 316. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to recognize, provi. sionally and pending instructions from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, Mr, GEORGE BLISS LANE as a Vice-Consul for the United States of America in Hong Kong.

23rd May, 1930.

NOTICES.

ASSESSOR'S OFFICE.

No. 317.-It is hereby notified that the valuation lists for the Colony for the year 1930-1931 will be open to inspection at the Treasury for twenty-one days commencing on Thursday, 29th May, 1930.

C. McI. MESSER,

Colonial Treasurer and Assessor of Rates.

23rd May, 1930.

Û

C

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 23, 1930.

No. 318-Financial Statement for the month of January, 1930.

TREASURY.

REVENUE AND EXPENDITure.

Balance of Assets and Liabilities on 31st December, 1929

Revenue from 1st to 31st January, 1930......

Expenditure from 1st to 31st January, 1930

Balance

$ 9,662,852.36

2,430,948.17

$ 12,093,800.53 1,482,873.39

$10,610,927,14

Assets and Liabilities on the 31st January, 1930.

LIABILITIES.

ASSETS.

C.

$

C.

Deposits not Available

1,244,070.08

Subsidiary Coins.....

Postal Agencies

6,061.53

Advances

Suspense Account

614,666.81

Building Loans

Suspense Trade Loan ....

825,331.53

Imprest

Overdraft Trade Loan

2,116,164.82

House Service Account

Public Works (1927) Loan

Adjustment of Exchange

401,762.58 Joint Colonial Fund

1,175,415.64

...

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

1,559,761.63

761,225.80

1,393,998.41

59,527.78

15,071.73

4,594,285.69

⚫ 419,933.60

Unallocated Stores, (Railway)

153,741.57

Coal Account

850.39

Investment Account

1,240,712.28

Lorry Haulage Account

328.57

Fixed Deposit Account

1,700,000.00

Balance at Banks.

1,719,518.04

Total Liabilities

Balance....

TOTAL.........$ 16,994,400.13

6,383,472.99

Balance Public Works (1927)

401.762.58

Loan

10,610,927.14

Trade Loan, Outstanding Crown Agents, Current Account..

2,941,496.35

32,185.66

TOTAL.........$

16,994,400.13

21st May, 1930.

† Joint Colonial Fund............£368,500 0s. Od.

C. McI. MESSer,

Treasurer.

207

208

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 23, 1930.

No. 319.

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE REVENUE AND EXPEN

Revenue

Estimates.

Revenue from 1st to 31st

for same

Actual Revenue to

Revenue

for same

Heads of Revenue.

1930.

January. 1930.

period of preceding

year.

1930.

period of preceding

year.

Light Dues.

$

$

C.

$

C.

$

C.

$ C.

3

141,000

11,955.70

11,890.74

Do..

Special Assess-

ment ...

170,000

14,065.95

14,197.92

Licences

and

Internal

Revenue not otherwise specified

15,403,320

1,532,583.84 1,483,105.20

Fees of Court or Office

Payments for specific

purposes, and Reim- bursements in Aid.....

1,900,900 161,867.63

156,176.85

Post Office

970,000 108,136.97

97,057.65

Kowloon-Canton Railway .....

949,400

73,113.77

$5,790.36

Rent of Government Pro-

perty, Land and Houses...

Interest

1,408,700 205,963.94 185,806.59

223,500

79,062.66

12,887.33

Miscellaneous Receipts......

546,100

40,311.80

37,439.91

Total (exclusive of Land

Sales)

21,712,920 2,227,062.26 2,084,352.55

Land Sales (Premia on New

Leases)

1,000,000 203,885.91

68,905.49

TOTAL......

21st May, 1930.

22,712,920 2,430,948.17 2,153,258.04

د

D.

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TREASURY.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 23, 1930.

DITURE FOR THE PERIOD ENDED 31ST JANUARY, 1930.

Estimates,

Heads of Expenditure.

1930.

Expenditure from 1st to 31st January, 1930.

Expenditure for

same month of preceding

year.

5

C.

C.

Actual Expenditure

to

1930.

Expenditure for same period of preceding

year.

C.

C.

H. E. the Governor

103,617

9,239.43

9,481.03

Cadet Service

362,594

28,367.68

27,680,12

Senior Clerical and Ae-

counting Staff ...

242,077

17,917.42

13,947.32

Junior Clerical Service

753,895

57.309.96

54,948.09

Colonial Secretary's Office

and Legislature

46,909

3,212.68

3,00L36

Secretariat

for Chinese

Affairs

15,382

1,123.14

783.73

Treasury

16,529

950.38

916.88

Audit Department

49,996

4,384.85

3,587.42

District Office, North

23,424

2,238.93

1,397.09

Do., South

13,416

651.35

590.52

Communications :-

(a) Post Office

308,835

24,230.36 | Cr. 39,883.10

(b) Do. Wireless

Telegraph Service.

120,708

7,871.94

Imports and Exports

Office

866,436

€0,380.17

53,188.85

Harbour Department.

996,342

46,459.03

61,042.06

Do.

Air

Service

201,080

Royal Observatory

37,102

3,070.57

2,758.75

Fire Brigade.....

380,564

12.990.44

20,156.40

Supreme Court..

153,570

19,261.65

19,694.08

Attorney General

34,728

2,866.76

2,056.80

Crown Solicitor's Office

34,918

2,593.08

3,187.01

Official Receiver

13,825

884.75

833.00

Land Office

25,141

2.864.91

2,019.89

Magistracy, Hong Kong...

2,289

Do., Kowloon

2,118

112.02 146.21

112.36

143.18

Police Force

2,159,235

146,780.18

147,962.19

Prisons Department.

585,684

35,581.78

31,270.46

Medical Department

1,209,611

58,300.00

58,531.17

Sanitary Department Botanical

791,563

45,060.38

50,202.49

and Forestry

Department ...

107,496

6,390.95

6,908.44

Education Department

1,319,691

76,562.37

68,119.45

Public Works Department.

1,654,477

112.215.55

104.200.33

Do., Recurrent...

1,787,650

16.622.77

12,668.83

Do., Extraordinary.

3.840,750

58,798.45

17,129.94

Kowloon-Canton Railway..

1,234,879

54,317.67

56,537.07

Defence:----

(a) Volunteer

Defence

Corps ...

107,813

4,612.34

4,165:14

(b) Hong Kong Royal

Naval Volunteer

Reserve

25,433

(c) Military

Contribu-

tion ..

3,865,560

321,821.75

Miscellaneous Services

1,351,395

148,822.03

149,775.78

Charitable Services....

111,704

1,209.35

1,550.39

Charge on Account of

Public Debt

1,364,076

Pensions

913,000

91,619.21

90,022.79

TOTAL.. $

27,268,515

1,482,873.39

1,040,987.91

C. McI. MESSER, Treasurer.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 23, 1930.

SUPREME COURT.

No. 320. It is hereby notified that at the expiration of three months from the date hereof The MING YUEN RECREATION GARDEN WING FAT COMPANY, LIMITED will, unless cause is shewn to the contrary, be struck off the register and the company will be dissolved.

22nd May, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

   No. 321. 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 June, 1930, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before that late:

Number of Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietors.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

File No.

No. 79 of 1916.

Donnelly and Whyte, Queen's Buildings, Ice House Street, Hong Kong.

11th May, 1930.

29 of 1930

22nd May, 1930.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 322. It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909 :---

Number

of

Date of Registration.

Names and Addresses of Owners.

Marks.

Period of Renewal.

Classes in which renewed.

File Nos.

No. 88 of 1916.

No. 72 of 1917.

22nd May, 1916.

Bradley and Company, Limited, Prince's Building,

22nd May,

43

1944.

38 of 1930.

Chater Road, Victoria, in the Colony of Hong Kong.

Do.

Horlick's Malted Milk Company, Limited, of 9, King's Bench Walk, Temple, London,

Do.

12

7

of 1930.

England.

22nd May, 1930.

E. P. H. LANG,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 30, 1930.

APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

No. 323.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. WILLIAM JAMES LOCKHART-SMITH to be a Deputy Registrar of Marriages with effect from the 27th May, 1930, until further notice.

30th May, 1930.

No. 324.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Lieutenant HARRY OWEN HUGHES, Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps, to be one of his Honorary Aides-de-Camp, with effect from this date.

30th May, 1930.

No. 325.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. Lo Ka Mo () to be a "Forest Officer" for the control and superintendence of the Forests (羅嘉模) of the Colony, with effect from 1st March, 1930.

30th May, 1950.

No. 326.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. FREDERICK CHARLES HALL to be a member of the Sanitary Board for a term of three years, vice Lieutenant-Colonel CHARLES DUNCAN MYLES, O.B.E., R.A.M.C., resigned, with effect from 23rd May, 1930.

30th May, 1939.

No. 327.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint, provi- sionally and subject to His Majesty's pleasure, Mr. ANTONIO FERREIRA BATALHA SILVA- NETTO to be temporarily an Unofficial Member of the Legislative Council, in the place of Mr. JOSÉ PEDRO BRAGA, who is temporarily absent from the Colony, with effect from 30th May, 1930.

30th May, 1930.

NOTICES.

POLICE HEADQUARTERS.

No. 328.-The following particulars of the constructional requirements of the Inspector General of Police in considering applications for motor omnibus licences are notified for general information.

30th May, 1930.

T. H. KING, Inspector General of Police.

Constructional Requirements for Public Service Vehicles.-

(Motor Omnibuses).

   Every Public Service Vehicle shall be constructed in a good and workmanlike manner of sound and sufficient materials, and shall comply with the requirements set out below in addition to the general requirements relating to the construction of motor

The requirements shall be read subject to the following notes :-

cars.

(1) The seating capacity is, in all cases, exclusive of the driver, and the requirements have no reference to vehicles with a seating capacity of 8 or less.

(1A) The chassis in every case shall be of a low loading type of the best

quality and workmanship.

(2) A vehicle may not be used as à Public Service Vehicle unless it is so con-

structed or adapted as to provide :-

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APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

No. 323.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. WILLIAM JAMES LOCKHART-SMITH to be a Deputy Registrar of Marriages with effect from the 27th May, 1930, until further notice.

30th May, 1930.

No. 324.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Lieutenant HARRY OWEN HUGHES, Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps, to be one of his Honorary Aides-de-Camp, with effect from this date.

30th May, 1930.

No. 325.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. Lo Ka Mo () to be a "Forest Officer" for the control and superintendence of the Forests (羅嘉模) of the Colony, with effect from 1st March, 1930.

30th May, 1950.

No. 326.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. FREDERICK CHARLES HALL to be a member of the Sanitary Board for a term of three years, vice Lieutenant-Colonel CHARLES DUNCAN MYLES, O.B.E., R.A.M.C., resigned, with effect from 23rd May, 1930.

30th May, 1939.

No. 327.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint, provi- sionally and subject to His Majesty's pleasure, Mr. ANTONIO FERREIRA BATALHA SILVA- NETTO to be temporarily an Unofficial Member of the Legislative Council, in the place of Mr. JOSÉ PEDRO BRAGA, who is temporarily absent from the Colony, with effect from 30th May, 1930.

30th May, 1930.

NOTICES.

POLICE HEADQUARTERS.

No. 328.-The following particulars of the constructional requirements of the Inspector General of Police in considering applications for motor omnibus licences are notified for general information.

30th May, 1930.

T. H. KING, Inspector General of Police.

Constructional Requirements for Public Service Vehicles.-

(Motor Omnibuses).

   Every Public Service Vehicle shall be constructed in a good and workmanlike manner of sound and sufficient materials, and shall comply with the requirements set out below in addition to the general requirements relating to the construction of motor

The requirements shall be read subject to the following notes :-

cars.

(1) The seating capacity is, in all cases, exclusive of the driver, and the requirements have no reference to vehicles with a seating capacity of 8 or less.

(1A) The chassis in every case shall be of a low loading type of the best

quality and workmanship.

(2) A vehicle may not be used as à Public Service Vehicle unless it is so con-

structed or adapted as to provide :-

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1. not more than two doors or openings for passengers, which shall comply with the provisions of No. 26 of these requirements, and neither of which shall be on the off-side of the vehicle:

2. entirely unobstructed internal accessibility to all seats; and

3. a minimum height inside, ascertained as in the manner set out

in No. 27 of these requirements, of 5ft. 10ins.

1. Weight.-The total weight laden and complete for service in the city of Victoria and Kowloon must not exceed 9 tons, and the weight on any one axle must not exceed 5 tons. 100 lbs. to be allowed for each passenger as well as the driver and conductor in calculating the total laden weight.

The weights of vehicles for use in the N. T. shall not exceed 3 tons and for the Island Roads shall not exceed 5 tons.

2. Length. The maximum length, measured from the dumb irons, must not exceed 28 ft., except that the hood (if any) when down, shall not be included in calculating the maximum length.

3. Width.-The overall width must not exceed 7 ft. 6 ins.

4. Overhang Behind Rear Wheels.-The overhang behind rear wheels measured from the centre of the rear axle shall not exceed 7/24ths of the overall length of the vehicle.

5. Wheel Track.-The distance between the centre lines of the track of the front wheels and of the rear wheels must be as nearly as possible the same, and must not be less than 72% of the overall width for a double deck vehicle, and 69% of the overall width for a single deck vehicle. In no case may the distance between the centre lines of the tracks of the front wheels be less than the distance between the centre lines of the tracks of the rear wheels, nor shall the excess be more than 5 ins. In all cases wheel track measurements shall be taken horizontally in line with the axles.

    6. Road Wheels.-When the axle weight on any axle exceeds 4 tons, the diameter of the tyres on the wheels of such axle shall not be less than 950 m.m.

Pneumatic tyres must be used.

7. Brakes: (a) There must be at least two independent brakes, the application of either of which shall be capable of causing the two rear wheels to be so held as effectually to prevent the wheels from revolving, or shall have the same effect in stopping the vehicle as if such wheels were so held.

    (b) Brakes will not be deemed independent which are operated by pedals or levers acting through the same connections or upon the same brake blocks. One brake must be applied by a pedal, and at least one brake must act directly upon the road wheels with- out any connection with the propelling gear.

    (c) The operation of either brake must not in any case declutch the engine from the transmission gear.

    (d) Nothing shall be placed on the vehicle which will prevent access to the brakes for adjustment.

    8. Springs. (a) Rear-The rear springs must be attached to, or bear upon the back axle or axle casing as near to the road wheels as possible, and the distance from outside to outside must not be less than 50% of the overall width of the vehicle.

(b) Front-The front springs must be as wide apart as possible, and not less than 42% of the overall width of double deck vehicles, and 37% of the overall width of single deck vehicles from outside to outside, provided that if the width of the rear springs from outside to outside is 53% of the overall width or more, the minimum width between the front springs as provided above may be reduced by 1 in.

(c) Cross-Prohibited.

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9. Steering Arms and Connections.-(a) The steering mechanism must be so con- structed or arranged as to avoid the possibility of overlock.

   (b) The ball and socket joints of steering connections, when such are used, should not be pendant, but the longitudinal or transverse rods must be carried upon the ball.

(c) All brake and steering connections secured with bolts or pins mast have such bolts threaded and fitted with nuts, which latter must be locked or pinned.

(4) The steering gear, including the arms and other connection thereof, must be of ample strength, and as far as possible protected from damage by collision.

10. Left-Hand Drive. The steering pillar must be on the right-hand side of the chassis and the driver's seat must be so placed as to permit him to give the usual traffic signals on the off-side of the vehicle by hand.

11. Clearance. All the underparts of the vehicle inside the pivots of the front axle and steering arms as far back at least as 14 ft. 6 ins. from the front of the vehicle (or up to but not including the back axle if the back axle is nearer than 14 ft. 6 ins.) must clear the ground by at least 10 ins., sufficient allowance in addition being made to pro- vide for the wear of the tyres, set of the springs, or other causes of lessened height, so that the minimum clearance of 10 ins. is at all times maintained.

   12. Lock-Nuts.--All moving parts, and all parts subject to severe vibration con- nected by bolts or studs and nuts must be fastened by lock nuts, or by nuts and efficient spring or lock nut washers, or by castellated nuts and split pins so as to prevent their working or coming loose.

13. Guard for Sprocket. - Driving chains and sprockets must be protected by a suitable guard.

   14. Fuel Tanks. (a) Fuel tanks must be so placed that any overflow shall not fall upon any woodwork or accumulate where it can be readily ignited.

   (b) The petrol supply pipe must be so led that a cock can be provided which shall be visible, and readily accessible at all times from outside the vehicle to shut off the main supply.

   e) The filling point must be outside the body of the vehicle, and special care must be taken that the filler caps of all petrol tanks are tightly fixed in position. The vent hole (if any) must be protected from danger of fire penetration, and must be designed to prevent petrol being splashed over.

   15. Exhaust Pipe.-The exhaust pipe must not be fixed in such a position that oil, or any vaporisable or inflammable material, is likely to be dropped upon it.

   16. Carburettors. -Carburettors or other petrol receptacles must be suitably encased or screened, or so placed that no leakage from them shall fall upon any magneto, or any connections or wires carrying electric current.

   17. Turning Circle.--Each vehicle must be able to turn in either direction in a circle not exceeding 60 ft. in diameter as determined by the extreme wheel track. In the case of single deck vehicles, the diameter of the minimum turning circle must not be less than 52 ft.

   18. Hub-Caps. -Hub-caps must not project more than 3 ins. beyond the rim of the wheel.

19. Driver.-(a) No passenger to be permitted on the right-hand side of the driver.

   (b) Where passengers are carried on the left-hand side of the driver, a space of at least 18 ins. from the centre of the steering column to the left thereof shall be reserved for the driver, to be divided off from such passengers by means of a solid partition at least 9 ins. high and extending for the whole width of the seat.

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   20. Wind Screens.-Front glass wind screens (if any) must be securely fastened, and of such a size and construction that the view of the driver shall at all times, and under all conditions be clear and unobstructed. Adjustable sections (if any) must be provided with adequate locking or fixing devices. Wind screen wipers must be fitted.

21. Lifeguards.--Vehicles not fitted with "running boards

                      running boards" or the equivalent, and so constructed as to leave the space between the front and rear wheels unguarded, must be fitted with guard rails so as to guard that space effectively.

22. Body.-The body must be securely affixed to the chassis.

   23. Floor Boards.--(a) Floor boards must be strong and well fitted; also where they are intended to be lifted, properly hinged sunk lifting rings must be provided for the

purpose.

   (b) Holes may be bored in floor boards for drainage purposes, but are prohibited for any other purpose.

   24. Pillars.-All body pillars must be of sufficient strength, the joints properly made, and all parts liable to severe stress properly ironed and stayed.

   25. Window Rails. When the side lights are made to be lowered, provision must be made (by means of guard rails or otherwise) to protect the arms of seated passengers from being thrust through and injured by passing traffic, or the extent to which the side lights can be lowered must be limited so that such protection may not be needed.

   26. Entrances and Exits.--(a) Where the vehicle is fitted with a permanent top and the entrance is not at the rear end, an emergency door opening outwards shall be provided behind and clear of the rear wheels. This door must be easily accessible to the passen- gers, and so fastened as to be readily opened in case of need both from the inside and from the outside.

   (b) Direct access to the driver's seat from the offside must be provided when there are seats for passengers on his left side.

   (e) Door handles or levers to door catches must be affixed in such a manner that they cannot become dislodged or rendered inoperative by accidental manipulation. Except in regard to the door referred to in (a) above, if the handles or levers are on top of or inside the doors, double locks, safety catches or straps or some other form of additional fastening shall be provided.

   (d) A grab handle must be fitted to each doorway to assist passengers in mounting or alighting from the vehicle.

   (e) No doorway shall be less than 18 ins. in width, and if the door does not open to the full extent of the doorway it must open to the extent of at least 18 ins.

.

   27. Height (Inside body).- Where permanent tops are fitted, the height inside, measured at the centre line of the vehicle, from the top of the floor battens of the lower deck to the lower edge of the hoop sticks or other such projections must not be less than 5 ft. 3 ins. if the seating capacity of the vehicle does not exceed 20, and not less than 5 ft. 10 ins. if the seating capacity of the vehicle exceeds 20.

   28. Breadth (Inside body).-When the seats are placed lengthwise, the surface of any portion of the seat against which the back of the passenger is to rest shall be at least 54 ins. from the surface of the corresponding portion of the seat facing it.

29. Seats. At least 16 ins. measured in a straight line along the length of the front. of each seat must be allowed for each passenger on every seat, which seat must be fit and convenient for sitting on. Cross or "garden" seats must be so fitted that :---

(1) When facing in the same direction a clear space of a minimum width of 25 ins. must be provided in front of the back of each seat at all points measured along the top of the seat back;

(2) When facing each other there must be a clear space between all parts of

the front of each seat of a minimum width of 19 ins.

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30. Seats at wheel arch.-Where seats are placed over the wheel arch they must be placed in such a position as not to cause discomfort to passengers using them.

31. Seat backs.-The backs of all seats must be so closed or otherwise constructed as to prevent, as far as possible, the pockets of passengers being picked.

32. Access to Seats.-Note.-(a) Any form of seating accommodation across or in the gangways is prohibited, except in the case of those vehicles not fitted with a perma-

nent top.

    The width of the gangway must not be less than 12 ins. up to seat level. Above seat level the width of the gangway must not be less than 14 ins.

33. Steps.-(a) The lowest step for entrance upon the vehicle when empty, must not be more than 15 ins. or less than 10 ins. above the ground.

  (5) Non-slip treads must be fitted to each step of each doorway, and the treads should be level.

  34. Wing Guards.-Suitable wings must be provided above each wheel to prevent mud splashing as far as practicable.

  35. Gas Containers. - Where acetylene or other gas is used for lighting purposes, the cylinders or vessels which contain the gas, or in which the gas is generated, must be fixed outside the body and in such a position as to be as far removed from the danger of accidental ignition or damage by impact.

36. Insulation.-All electric leads must be adequately insulated.

37. Fire Extincteurs.--Suitable and approved appliances for extinguishing fire must be carried in such a position as to be readily available for use.

  38. Ventilation.-There must be adequate ventilation without the necessity for opening the main windows.

39. Signal Apparatus.--Efficient means must be provided to enable passengers, both inside and outside, to signal to the driver or conductor when required.

  40. Mirrors. - A mirror must be provided to enable the driver to observe the over- taking traffic.

  11. Grease Dropping.-The chassis must be so constructed as to prevent oil or grease from the bearings or other parts dropping on to the roadway.

(A). ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR DOUBLE DECK VEHICLES.

  42. Distribution of Seats.-The ratio of the passenger seating capacity of the top deck to that of the lower deck must not exceed 8 to 7.

  43. Guard Rails.-The top of the side guard rails must be at least 3 ft. from the top of the roof battens at the side, and 18 ins. above the highest part of the seat. The front and back rails must follow the camber of the roof and be at the least 3 ft. 3 ins. high when measured from the top of the roof battens.

  14. Step Risers.-The risers of all steps leading from the lower to the upper deck must be closed, and the treads of all steps fitted with a non-slip form of tread.

  45. Aperture at Landing Board.-No aperture must be left at the top landing board through which a passenger might inadvertently step.

  46. Height.-From the ground to the highest point of the roof of the lower deck the height must not be greater than 9 ft. 3 ins.

  47. Platforms.-The length of the platform, if at the rear, must in no case be less than 36 ins. If the platform is not at the rear, then the length must in no case be less than 30 ins.

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48. Staircase Screen.-The outer stringer of the staircase should be so constructed, or a band should be so placed, as to act as a screen to persons ascending or descending.

BADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR VEHICLES WITHOUT PERMANENT TOPS.

49. Height.-The height of the body sides from the floor must not be less than 2 ft. 4 ins.

50. Hood (other than permanent).-(a) When extended or raised the height of the hood from the floor must not be less than 5 ft. at the centre line of the vehicle, except over the driver's seat.

(b) Hoods must be provided with an adequate back light made of a transparent mica or similar transparent substance not liable to breakage.

(e) Hoods must be efficiently stayed and easily adjustable.

(d) When side (storm) curtains are provided they must have mica or similar lights. (e) The hood crutches, wing nuts, runners, etc., are to be included in measuring the length or width of the vehicle.

(C)-ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR VEHICLES WITH ENTRANCES FOR PASSENGERS ON BOTH SIDES OR WITH MORE THAN TWO DOORS ON ONE SIDE.

  51. Entrances and Exits.-Where a doorway is placed above the back wheel, a step or bar must be provided to facilitate boarding or alighting.

  52. Steps.--Fixed steps must not be less than 9 ins. wide, but in no case shall the steps project beyond the front wings.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

No. 329

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48. Staircase Screen.-The outer stringer of the staircase should be so constructed, or a band should be so placed, as to act as a screen to persons ascending or descending.

BADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR VEHICLES WITHOUT PERMANENT TOPS.

49. Height.-The height of the body sides from the floor must not be less than 2 ft. 4 ins.

50. Hood (other than permanent).-(a) When extended or raised the height of the hood from the floor must not be less than 5 ft. at the centre line of the vehicle, except over the driver's seat.

(b) Hoods must be provided with an adequate back light made of a transparent mica or similar transparent substance not liable to breakage.

(e) Hoods must be efficiently stayed and easily adjustable.

(d) When side (storm) curtains are provided they must have mica or similar lights. (e) The hood crutches, wing nuts, runners, etc., are to be included in measuring the length or width of the vehicle.

(C)-ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR VEHICLES WITH ENTRANCES FOR PASSENGERS ON BOTH SIDES OR WITH MORE THAN TWO DOORS ON ONE SIDE.

  51. Entrances and Exits.-Where a doorway is placed above the back wheel, a step or bar must be provided to facilitate boarding or alighting.

  52. Steps.--Fixed steps must not be less than 9 ins. wide, but in no case shall the steps project beyond the front wings.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

No. 329

Sunrise and Sunset in Hong Kong for June, 1930.

(STANDARD TIME OF THE 120TH MERIDIAN, EAST OF GREENWICH.)

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T. F. CLAXTON,

Director.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 30, 1930.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

   No. 330.-It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Crown on Aplichau Marine Lot No. 27 has been registered according to

law.

27th May, 1930.

PHILIP JACKS,

Land Officer.

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LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

   No. 331.-It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Crown on New Kowloon Inland Lot No. 1148 has been registered accord- ing to law.

28th May, 1930.

PHILIP JACKS,

Land Officer.

DISTRICT OFFICE, SOUTH.

   No. 332.-It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Crown on Lot No. 264 Demarcation District 310 Lantao Island has been registered according to law.

E. I. WYNNE-JONES, District Officer, Southern District.

30th May, 1930.

MEDICAL Department.

   No. 333. The following addition to the Register of Medical Practitioners entitled to practise Medicine in this Colony, published in Government Notification No. 296 of the 6th May, 1930, pursuant to the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1884, is published for general information:---

PERSON QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

QUALIFICATION,

DATE OF QUALIFICATION.

Donaldson, Anson Scott

elo. The Canadian Pacific Steamships Co., Ltd., Hong Kong.

Doctor of Medicine and Master of Sur-

gery of the McGill University.

1901.

Licentiate of the Royal College of Phy-

sicians and Surgeons, Edinburgh.

1905.

27th May, 1930.

Licentiate of the Royal Faculty of Phy-

sicians and Surgeons, Glasgow.

A. R. WELLINGTON,

Director of Medical & Sanitary Services.

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OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 334.-It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909-

Number

of

Marks.

Date of Registration.

Names and Addresses of Owners.

Period of Renewal.

Classes in which renewed.

File Nos.

No. 24 of 1902.

26th May, 1902.

Blood Wolfe & Co., Ltd., of 66, Grafton Street, Liverpool, England.

26th May, 1944.

43

9 of 1930.

No. 79 of

1917.

30th May, 1916.

29th May, 1930.

Nestle and Anglo-Swiss Con- densed Milk Co. of Cham and Vevey, Switzerland and St. George's House, 6 and 8, Eastcheap, London, England.

30th May,

42

1944.

8 of 1930.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 335.-It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909 :-

Number of

Marks.

Date of Registration.

Names and Addresses of Owners.

Period of Renewal.

Classes in which renewed.

File Nos.

No. 20

of 1902.

6th May,

1902.

Ferd Bornemann, Shanghai.

6th May, 1944.

43

19 of 1930..

No. 145vi of 1888.

29th May, 1888.

I. G. Farbenindustrie Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfurt am Rhein, Germany.

29th May. 1944.

11 of 1930.

29th May, 1930.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks.

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OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 336. It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has expired and that they will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 1st July, 1930, unless the prescribed fees for renewal of registration are paid before that date:-

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Number of Trade Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietors.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

File No.

Nos. 94. 105 to 112 of 1916.

H. M. H. Nemazee, Hong Kong,

27th May, 1930.

39 & 40 of 1930.

29th May, 1930.

E. P. H. LANG,

Registrar of Trade Marks

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The following Notification is published,

By command,

HONOURS.

W. T. SOUTHORN,

Colonial Secretary.

   No. 337-His Majesty the KING has been graciously pleased to approve the following appointment in the Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George:-

To be an ordinary member of the Third Class or Companion :-

DAVID WILLIAM TRATMAN, Esq.

   His Majesty the KING has been graciously pleased to approve the following appoint- ments in the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (Civil Division) :---

To be an ordinary member of the Third Class or Commander :-

ROBERT MORTON DYER, Esq.

To be an ordinary member of the Fifth Class or Member:

Mrs. LILY MORRIS.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 3, 1930.

In the Name of His Majesty The KING His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to award Certificates of Honour to the following persons in recognition of their loyal and valuable services to the Government of Hong Kong :-

WONG KAM-FUK, Esq., J.P. LO CHEUNG-SHIU, Esq., J.P. TONG YAT-CHUN, Esq., J.P. KWOK SIU-LAU, Esq., J.P. TANG PAK-K'AU, Esq.

3rd June, 1930.

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

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 6, 1930.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL,

Hong Kong.

No. 338.

Regulation made by the Governor in Council under sections 25 (4) and 33 (2) of the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, Ordinance No. 10 of 1899, on the 30th day of May,

1930.

Table M in the Schedule to the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, is hereby further amended as follows:-

(1) For the heading "(V)-Telegraph Cable Grounds," substitute "(V)--Tele-

graph cables and other protected apparatus.'

(2) For regulation 18A substitute,--

18A.--(1) A cable ground is established between the City of Victoria and the south end of the Kowloon Peninsula within the following bounda- ries:

Western boundary.-A line drawn from the red light on the Tsim Sha Tsui wharf (immediately to the north of the Hong Kong Ferry Pier at Kowloon Point) 2281° to the red light on the pier at the end of Queen Victoria Street.

Southern boundary.-The foreshore.

Eastern boundary.-A line drawn from the south-west corner of Holt's Godown (Kowloon) 224° to the Cenotaph (Victoria).

Northern boundary. The foreshore.

These boundaries are marked by fixed red lights.

The protection afforded by the said cable ground extends to the Harbour pipe line for conveyance of water from Kowloon to the Island of Hong Kong, which lies on the harbour bed between the sign boards erected. on the sea front of Kowloon Point, in the line of Nathan Road produced to the sea wall, and Queen's Pier (Victoria).

(3) Ships going alongside Douglas Pier are permitted to drop their anchor in the fore and aft line of this pier, provided that such anchor is not dropped more than 200 feet from the end of the said pier.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

30th May, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 6,

APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

1930.

225

No. 339.--His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint, provisionally and subject to His Majesty's pleasure, the Honourable Mr. CHARLES GORDON STEWART MACKIE to be temporarily an Unofficial Member of the Executive Council, in the place of Mr. WILLIAM EDWARD LEONARD SHENTON, who is temporarily absent from the Colony with effect from 4th June, 1930.

6th June, 1930.

   No. 340.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint, provi- sionally and subject to His Majesty's pleasure, Mr. PAUL LAUDER to be temporarily au Unofficial Member of the Legislative Council, in the place of Mr. WILLIAM EDWARD LEONARD SHENTON, who is temporarily absent from the Colony, with effect from 4th June, 1930.

6th June, 1930.

   No. 341. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. GASTON PACROS DE MARTIN, M.B.E., to act as Director of Education, with effect from the 7th June, 1930.

6th June, 1930..

   No. 342.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. JOHN BARROW to be an Assistant to the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, with effect from 4th June, 1930.

6th June, 1930.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S Department.

No. 343.- With reference to Government Notification No. 267 of the 23rd of May, 1929, it is hereby notified for general information that a reciprocal arrangement for recognition of Passenger Certificates granted in Hong Kong under the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, to ships of Class 1A referred to in Table A in the Schedule to the said Ordinance, that is to say, sea-going ships having passenger certificates under full Board of Trade requirements for foreign-going passenger ships, has been concluded with Norway with effect from the 1st June, 1930.

6th June, 1930.

W. T. SOUTHORN,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT

No. 344.-It is hereby notified for general information that due notice of the appointment of the Reverend Mother TERESA MARTINOIA as Mother Superioress in the Colony of Hong Kong of the Society of the Daughters of Charity of the Canossian Institute and proof thereof has been placed in the hands of His Excellency the Governor, as provided by section 6 (2) of Ordinance No. 26 of 1915.

W. T. SOUTHorn,

6th June, 1930.

Colonial Secretary.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 6, 1930.

SUPREME COURT.

No. 345.-It is hereby notified that at the expiration of three months from the date hereof the INSTONE TRADING, LIMITED will, unless cause is shewn to the contrary, be struck off the register and the company will be dissolved.

2nd June, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies,

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OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF PATENTS.

  No. 346.- Notice is hereby given that the following United Kingdom Patent has been registered under the provisions of the United Kingdom Patents Ordinance, 1925:-

No. and date of grant.

Date as of which sealed.

Present owner.

No. 314,371

29th January, 1930.

26th June,

1928.

4th June, 1980.

Nature of invention.

Date of registration.

Midden-Europeeische,

a

Oc- A Method of and Appa- ratus for, Producing Dense Carbon Dio- xide Snow from Liquid Carbon Dio- xide.

trooimaatschappij, corporation organized under the laws of Hol- land, of 597/603, Heeren- gracht, Amsterdam, Hol- land.

4th June, 1930.

E. P. H. LANG,

Registrar of Patents.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

  No. 347.-It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909:-

Number

of

Date of Registration.

Names and Addresses of Owners.

Marks.

Period of Renewal.

Classes in which renewed.

File Nos.

No. 89 of 1916.

1st June, 1916.

Nos. 25, 26 and 27 of 1902.

2nd June, 1902.

5th June, 1930.

Royal Typewriter Company, Inc., 364-366, Broadway, in the City, County and State. of New York.

Lever Brothers, Company, a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of Maine. U S.A., located at Cambridge. State of Massachusetts, U.S.A.

1st June. 1944.

42 of 1930

2nd June, 1944.

42

43 of 1930.

E. P. H. LANG.

Registrar of Trade Marks.

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227

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

No. 348.-The following additions to the Register of Medical Practitioners entitled to practise Medicine in this Colony, published in Government Notification No. 296 of the 6th May. 1930, pursuant to the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1884, is published for general information:-

NAME,

PERSONS QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE.

ADDRESS.

QUALIFICATION,

DATE OF QUALIFICATION

Lam Chi Wie

(林志緯)

21, Bonham Road, 2nd floor.

Pau Tak Kien, Peter 15, Canal Road, West. 15, Canal Road, West.

Pan Choi Chue, (Miss) Lily

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

15, Canal Road, West. Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

Ruttonjee, Miss)

Parrin

39, Haiphong Road, Palace Hotel Building, Kowloon.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

2nd June, 1930.

23rd May, 1930.

23rd May,

1930.

23rd May,

1930.

26th May,

1930.

A. R. WELLINGTON,

Director of Medical & Sanitary Services.

THE CROWN LANDS RESUMPTION ORDINANCE, 1900.

To the Owners of Survey District IV Lot No. 2082.

No. 349.-It is hereby notified, pursuant to section 16 (2) of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, that an award of $1,307 has been made in respect of the resumption of Survey District IV Lot No. 2082 and that the District Officer, South, a Government Officer, is hereby appointed to pay the compensation so awarded, together with interest thereon as prescribed by the said Ordinance, at his office, and during Government office hours between 11 o'clock in the forenoon of Friday, the 20th day of June, 1930 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Friday, the 20th day of June, 1930. If no claim be made for the compensation money at the place, and within the time appointed the officer appointed as above will cause such money to be paid into the Treasury, and the provisions of section 16 (5) and (6) of the said Ordinance as to claim within five years, or transfer, thereafter, to the general revenue of the Colony, as the case may be, will apply to the said money.

2nd June, 1930.

HAROLD T. CREASY,

Director of Public Works.

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Published by Authority

THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1930.

The following Notifications are published,

By command,

NOTICES.

W. T. SOUTHORN, Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT

    No. 350.-The following Order, made by His Excellency the Governor, giving the full force and effect of law, immediately upon the signing thereof, to the provisions of a resolution, to be introduced into the Legislative Council, altering the duties on tobacco, is published for general information.

12th June, 1930.

W. T. SOUTHorn,

Colonial Secretary.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 12, 1930.

Hong Kong.

No. 351.

Order made by the Governor under section 2 of the Public Revenue Protection Ordi- nance, 1927, Ordinance No. 9 of 1927, at 10.30 o'clock in the forenoon on Thursday, the 12th day of June, 1930.

WHEREAS I, Sir WILLIAM PEEL, Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Companion of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hong Kong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same, have approved of the introduction into the Legislative Council of the resolution hereto annexed and signed by me:

   AND WHEREAS the duties on tobacco would be altered and would become the duties appearing in such resolution if the same were to become law:

  Now I, the Governor, under the powers conferred upon me by the Public Revenue Protection Ordinance, 1927, Do HEREBY make this ORDER giving the full force and effect of law to all the provisions of such resolution so long as this order remains in force.

W. PEEL,

Governor.

This is the Resolution referred to in my Order of the 12th June, 1930.

W. PEEL,

Governor.

Tobacco Duties.

  Resolved that the duties on tobacco set forth in section 6 of the Tobacco Ordinance, 1916, Ordinance No. 10 of 1916, be altered and that, subject to the provisions of sub- section (3) of the said section, the duty payable (i) upon all tobacco imported into the Colony after the coming into operation of this resolution, and (ii) upon all dutiable tobacco already in the Colony at the coming into operation of this resolution, shall be as follows-per pound weight.

A. On unmanufactured tobacco :

(1) If unstripped :

(a) containing 10 pounds or more of moisture per 100

pounds weight thereof

75 cents.

(b) containing less than 10 pounds of moisture per 100

pounds weight thereof

84 cents.

(2) If stripped:

(a) containing 10 pounds or more of moisture per 100

pounds weight thereof

90 cents.

(b) containing less than 10 pounds of moisture per 100

pounds weight thereof

$1.00.

B.-On manufactured tobacco:

(1) Cigars

$2.00.

(2) Cigarettes

1.00.

(3) Other manufactured tobacco, including snuff and cigar

cuttings

1.00.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 12, 1930.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

Hong Kong.

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No. 352.

Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 3 (1) (b) of the Tobacco Ordinance, 1916, Ordinance No. 10 of 1916 on the 12th day of June, 1930.

The rates of drawback set out in paragraph I of Government Notification No. 75 of 1929 are hereby amended according to the scale set forth hereunder-

(a) On cigars at the rate of 97.5 cents per lb. (b) On cigarettes at the rate of 75.5 cents per lb. (c) On tobacco manufactured in Chinese fashion :---

(i) Without the addition of oil

at the rate of $1.05 cents per lb.

(ii) With the addition of not more than 17 per cent of oil

at the rate of 94 cents per lb.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

12th June, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 13, 1930.

No. 354.

Hong Kong.

235

Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 3 (2) of the Electricity Supply Ordinance, 1911, Ordinance No. 18 of 1911, on the 11th day of June, 1930.

1. Regulation 13 of the regulations for securing the safety of the public, contained in the Schedule to the Electricity Supply Ordinance, 1911, is hereby rescinded and the following regulation is substituted therefor :--

 Material of line conductors.

Strength

of line

13.

Part I. General.

(1) Line conductors shall be copper, aluminum, or such other materials as may be approved by the Director of Public Works.

(2) All line conductors at the time of erection shall comply, as regards conductors. elongation, breaking load and elasticity, with the specification of the British.

Engineering Standards Association then in force.

Minimum

size of line

conductor.

(3) The minimum permissible size for copper and other line conductors (other than service lines) shall be such as to have an actual breaking load of not less than 1,237 pounds, the equivalent minimum cross-sectional area and weight per mile for copper being as follows:--

Conductor.

No. 8 S.W.G.

Cross-sectional area. sq. ins. 0.0201

Weight per

mile.

lbs.

409

The minimum permissible size of service line shall be such as to have an actual breaking load of not less than 816 pounds, the equivalent minimum cross-sectional area and weight per mile for copper being as follows:-

Conductor.

No. 10 S.W.G.

Cross-sectional area. sy. ins. 0.0129

Weight per mile.

Ths.

262

Line conduc-

tors to be

      (4) Line conductors shall be rendered inaccessible to any person from any inaccessible. building or other place without the use of a ladder or other special appliance.

Line conduc- tors crossing

Regard shall be had to the normal use by the occupier of any premises or land and where necessary (a) the height of the line conductors shall be in- creased to provide sufficient clearance for safety in accordance with such use, and (b) provision as hereinafter prescribed in paragraphs 14 or 17 shall be made to prevent danger.

(5) Where a line conductor crosses over or under, or is in proximity to other lines any other overhead wire, precautions shall be taken by the company to prevent contact, due to breakage or otherwise, between the line conductor and the other overhead wire, or between the other wire and the line conductor.

Supports.

Provided that this paragraph (5) shall not be deemed to require the com- pany to take precautions against contact between a broken line conductor and other auxiliary conductors and earth wires carried on the same support and forming part of the same overhead line.

(6) Line conductors shall be attached to suitable insulators carried on supports of iron, steel or reinforced concrete. Special precautions shall be taken to prevent the corrosion of all metal work at or below the surface of the ground.

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Factor of

safety of supports.

Service lines.

Erection of line conductors

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 13, 1930.

(7) The supports, in conjunction with stays or struts if provided, shall withstand the longitudinal, transverse and vertical loads due to the wind pres- sure hereinafter specified without damage and without movement in the ground. In no case shall the strength of a support in the direction of the overhead line be less than one-quarter the required strength in a direction transverse to the line.

The following factors of safety shall apply to each support,~

Material.

Iron or steel

Reinforced concrete

Factor of safety.

3

4

These factors of safety shall be calculated on the assumption that all line conductors, cables and wires carried by the supports are at a temperature of 70 F., and that together with the supports they are subjected to a wind pres- sure of 40 lbs. per square foot.

8) Service lines shall be connected to line conductors at a point of support only and shall be fixed to insulators on consumers' premises. Every part of a service line (other than a neutral conductor connected with earth) which is accessible from a building with the use of a ladder or other special appliance shall be efficiently protected either by insulating material or by other means approved by the Director of Public Works.

(9) Where line conductors forming parts of systems at different voltages are erected on the same poles or supports adequate provision shall be made to at different guard against danger to linesmen and from the lower voltage system being charged above its normal voltage by leakage from or contact with the higher voltage system; and the type of construction shall be subject to the prior approval of the Director of Public Works.

voltages

on same

supports.

Inspection an i

(10) Every overhead line, including its supports and structural parts, and maintenance electrical appliances and devices belonging to or connected therewith, shall be

regularly inspected and efficiently maintained.

of lines.

Materials used.

Factor of safety of line

(11) All materials used shall at the time of erection conform to the speci- fications of the British Engineering Standards Association and the Post Office (London) for the construction of aerial lines, for the time being in force, so far as the same are applicable and are not inconsistent with this regulation.

Part II. Specific.

(Applicable according to the voltage between line conductors where no part of the system is connected with earth, or according to the voltage to earth where part of the system is connected with earth).

A.-For voltages not exceeding 650 volts direct current and

325 volts alternating current.

(12) The factor of safety of line conductors shall be 2. The factor of safety shall be based on the breaking load and shall be calculated on the conductors. assumption that the line conductors are at a temperature of 70 F. and that

they are subjected to wind pressure of 40 lbs. per square foot.

Minimum height of

(13) The height from the ground of any line conductor (other than a ser- conductors. vice line), earth wire, or auxiliary conductor at any point of the span at a tem- perature of 160° F. shall not, except with the consent of the Director of Public Works, be less than 19 feet across a public road or 17 feet in other positions. A height of 15 feet may be adopted in situations inaccessible to vehicular traffic.

Where a service line is carried across or along a carriage-way, the height of the line from the ground at any part of the carriage-way shall not, except with the consent of the Director of Public Works, be less than 19 feet and 17 feet respectively.

:

+

Provision to prevent

danger.

  Factor of safety of line

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(14) Where the voltage to earth exceeds 250 volts direct current or 125 volts alternating current, precaution should be taken to prevent danger-

(I) from a broken line conductor by the provision of-

(a) a neutral or earthed conductor carried continuously from pole to pole, and so arranged in relation to the other conductors that in the event of breakage of any one of them the line. conductor shall make contact with the earthed wire; or

(b) other means approved by the Director of Public Works.

(II) from leakage by the provision-

(a) in cases where metal poles are used, of

(i) an earthed wire, running from pole to pole and connected

to the poles; or

(ii) a suitable metal framework to support the insulators carry- ing the line conductors, the framework being insulated from the pole but connected to the neutral conductor; or (iii) other means approved by the Director of Public Works. (b) in cases where wooden poles are used, of

(i) a bonding wire connected to the supporting metal work of all insulators, the bonding wire terminating at the lowest part of the supporting metal work; or

(ii) other means approved by the Director of Public Works.

All stay wires other than those which are connected with earth by means of a continuous earth wire shall be insulated to prevent danger from leakage. For this purpose an insulator shall be placed in each stay wire at a height of not less than 10 feet from the ground.

B. For voltages exceeding 650 volts direct current and

325 volts alternating current.

(15) The factor of safety of line conductors shall be 2. The factor of safety shall be based on the breaking load and shall be calculated on the conductors. assumption that the line conductors are at a temperature of 70° F., and that

they are subjected to a wind pressure of 40 lbs. per square foot.

  Minimum height of

       (16) The height from the ground of any line conductor at any point on the conductors. span at a temperature of 160° F. shall not, except with the consent of the

Director of Public Works, be less than the height hereunder stated :-

Voltages not exceeding

66,000 volts....

...:20 feet.

Voltages exceeding

66,000 volts & not exceed- ing 110,000 volts.. .21 feet.

Voltages exceeding 110,000 volts and not exceeding 165,000 volts Voltages exceeding 165,000

volts.

22 feet.

23 feet.

Provision

to prevent danger.

The height from the ground of an earth wire or auxiliary conductor shall not be less than the minimum heights prescribed in paragraph (13) above.

(17) Adequate means shall be provided to render any line conductor dead in the event of it falling, due to breakage or otherwise.

All metal work other than conductors shall be permanently and efficiently connected with earth. For this purpose a continuous earth wire shall be pro- vided and connected with earth at four points in every mile, the spacing between the points being as nearly equidistant as possible, or alternatively, the metal work shall be connected to an effective earthing device at each individual support. The design and construction of the system of earth connections shall be such that when contact is made between a line conductor and metal con-

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Danger notices.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 13, 1930.

nected with earth the resulting leakage current shall not be less than twice the leakage current required to operate the devices which make the line dead.

(18) Where an overhead line is erected along or across a public road or canal or across a railway all wires including earth wires and auxiliary con- ductors shall be placed at the appropriate height from the ground specified in paragraph (16) for line conductors, and the following additional precautions shall be taken to prevent danger :-

(I) In the case of a line erected along a public road or canal (or within 50 feet thereof) there shall be provided-

(a) duplicate insulators supporting the conductors; or

(b) a device to ensure that in the event of a line conductor falling it

shall be put to earth; or

(c) other means approved by the Director of Public Works.

(II) In the case of a line erected across a public road, canal or railway there shall be provided-

(a) duplicate insulators for supporting the line conductor and a device to ensure that in the event of a line conductor falling it shall be put to earth; or

(b) duplicate insulators supporting duplicate conductors tied at

intervals not exceeding five feet; or

(c) other means approved by the Director of Public Works.

(19) Supports shall be numbered consecutively and each support shall have a danger notice of a permanent character securely fixed to it. Adequate provision shall also be made to prevent unauthorised climbing.

(20) All overhead lines shall be removed on ceasing to be used for the purposes for which they were erected.

  2. Regulation 30 of the said regulations is hereby rescinded and the following regulation is substituted therefor :---

30. The company shall not connect with its mains or allow to remain connected with its mains consumers' wires or fittings that would cause an undue leakage, or that are constructed or arranged in such a manner as to cause a danger of shock or fire. Where the company declines to make such connexion it shall serve upon the consumer a notice stating its reasons for so declining. The consumer may appeal to the Director of Public Works whose decision shall be final.

For the purpose of ascertaining that a consumer's wires and fittings have not subsequently fallen into an unsafe condition the company shall make periodical tests at intervals of not more than five years.

  3. Regulation 31 of the said regulations is hereby rescinded and the following re- gulation is substituted therefor :-

31. Any officer of the company, duly authorised by it in writing, may, for the purpose of discovering whether a defect exists at some part of a consumer's installation within or upon the consumer's premises, by notice require the consumer at some reasonable time after the service of the notice to permit him to inspect and test the installation.

If the consumer does not give all due facilities for such inspection and testing within a reasonable time after the receipt of the notice, the company shall forthwith discontinue the supply of energy to the consumer's premises, giving immediate notice of the discontinuance to the consumer, and shall not recommence the supply until the test has been carried out.

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If after such inspection and testing the company is reasonably satisfied that a defect exists at some part of a consumer's installation of such an extent as to be a source of danger the company shall by notice require the consumer within a reasonable time, not exceeding seven days after the service of such notice, to remove the defect.

If after retesting by an officer of the company the installation is found to be still defective, the company shall forthwith discontinue the supply of energy to the premises in question. The supply shall not be reconnected until the defect has been removed and the charges for reconnection and retesting have been paid to the company.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

12th June, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

  No. 355.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint, under section. 4 of the Education Ordinance, 1913, Ordinance No. 26 of 1913, Mr. ALAN OERTON BRAWN to act as Inspector of English Schools, with effect from the 6th June, 1930.

12th June, 1930.

  No. 356. With reference to Government Notification No. 316, published in the Gazette of the 23rd May, 1930, His Excellency the Governor has received information. from the Secretary of State for the Colonies that Mr. GEORGE BLISS LANE has been appointed a Vice-Consul for the United States of America in Hong Kong.

12th June, 1930.

  No. 357.-With reference to Government Notification No. 279, published in the Gazette of the 9th May, 1930, His Excellency the Governor has received information from the Secretary of State for the Colonies that Senor Don PATRICIO SMART-FABRES has been appointed as Consul for Chile in Hong Kong.

13th June, 1930.

No. 358. The King's Exequatur empowering Mr. M. SANTIAGO LLOSA A. to act as Consul-General for Peru in Hong Kong has received his Majesty's signature.

13th June, 1930.

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239

If after such inspection and testing the company is reasonably satisfied that a defect exists at some part of a consumer's installation of such an extent as to be a source of danger the company shall by notice require the consumer within a reasonable time, not exceeding seven days after the service of such notice, to remove the defect.

If after retesting by an officer of the company the installation is found to be still defective, the company shall forthwith discontinue the supply of energy to the premises in question. The supply shall not be reconnected until the defect has been removed and the charges for reconnection and retesting have been paid to the company.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

12th June, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

  No. 355.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint, under section. 4 of the Education Ordinance, 1913, Ordinance No. 26 of 1913, Mr. ALAN OERTON BRAWN to act as Inspector of English Schools, with effect from the 6th June, 1930.

12th June, 1930.

  No. 356. With reference to Government Notification No. 316, published in the Gazette of the 23rd May, 1930, His Excellency the Governor has received information. from the Secretary of State for the Colonies that Mr. GEORGE BLISS LANE has been appointed a Vice-Consul for the United States of America in Hong Kong.

12th June, 1930.

  No. 357.-With reference to Government Notification No. 279, published in the Gazette of the 9th May, 1930, His Excellency the Governor has received information from the Secretary of State for the Colonies that Senor Don PATRICIO SMART-FABRES has been appointed as Consul for Chile in Hong Kong.

13th June, 1930.

No. 358. The King's Exequatur empowering Mr. M. SANTIAGO LLOSA A. to act as Consul-General for Peru in Hong Kong has received his Majesty's signature.

13th June, 1930.

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NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

   No. 359.-The following schedule, to take effect from this date 1930, is substi- tuted for the schedule contained in the Licence to the Hong Kong and New Territories Ferry Company, Limited, and published as Government Notification No. 617 in the Gazette of 9th November, 1928. All previous schedules are hereby cancelled.

SCHEDULE.

   Subject to modification, extension and variation, as regards the services to be pro- vided, and time tables, by the Harbour Master and District Officer, South, acting jointly. Three months notice in writing of any alteration to be given to the Licensee. If the Licensee shall feel aggrieved by any such notice, and shall so require, the matter shall be referred to the Governor in Council whose decision shall be final.

Hong Kong and Cheung Chau.

FARES:-First Class 35 cents.

Second Class 20 cents.

Dep: Cheung Chau.

Arr: Hong Kong.

Dep: Hong Kong. Arr: Cheung Chau.

6.50 a.m.

6.00 a.m.

3.50 a.m.

3.00 a.m.

2.00 pm.

2.50 p.m.

8.35 a.m.

7.45 a.m.

5.30 p.m.

6.20 p.m.

4.50 p.m.

4.00 p.m.

*7.45 p.m.

*8.35 p.m.

*7.35 p.m.

*6.45 p.m.

Note: Except from 1st October to 30th April, when this boat is run on Sundays only.

Hong Kong, Kap Sui Mun, Castle Peak, Tung Chung and Tai O.

FARES:

Hong Kong and Kap Sui Mun......

Hong Kong and Tung Chung

Hong Kong and Tại (

Hong Kong and Castle Peak

First Class 20 cents. Second Class 10 cents. First Class 30 cents. Second Class 20 cents. First Class 40 cents. Second Class 20 cents. First Class 40 cents. Second Class 20 cents.

Arr:

Dep:

Hong

Kam Sui

Mun.

Castle Peak.

Tung Chung.

Arr: Tai O.

Dep: Tai O.

Tung Chung.

Castle Peak.

Kap Sui Mun.

Hong Kong.

Kong.

4.25 am.

5.15 a.m. 5.50 a m.

7.25 a.m. 7.45 a.m.

8.30 a.m.

9.05 am. 9.40 a.m.

11 a.m.

1.30 p.m. 2.20

p.m.

2.55

p.m.

3.45

pm. 4.30

p.m.

6.25 p.m.

7.45 p.m.

9.25 p.m.

Note:-In the fishing season, a special fish launch is run as required. This is additional to the

above service, and involves no alteration in the time-table.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 13, 1930.

Hong Kong and Ts'uen Wan.

241

FARES-First Class 20 cents.

Second Class 15 cents.

Dep: Ts'uen Wan.

Arr: Hong Kong.

Dep: Hong Keng.

Arr: Ts'uen Wan.

5.20 a.m.

3.50 a.m.

3.00 a.m.

4.30 am. 8.30 a.m.

9.20 a.m.

*7.00 a.m.

*6.00 a.m.

10.50 a.m.

10.00 a.m.

1.30 p.m.

3.30 p.m.

2.20 p.m. 4.20 p.m.

*12.00 noon. 2.30 p.m. 5.00 p.m.

*1.00 p.m.

pm.

3.20 p m. 5.50 p.m.

*

Note: Towing a junk.

W. T. SOUTHORN,

Colonial Secretary.

13th June, 1930.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT

No. 360.-It is hereby notified with reference to Government Notification No. 359 of to-day's date, that from the date of this notification, the ferry service between Hong Kong and Aberdeen will be discontinued.

13th June, 1930.

W. T. SOUTHOrn,

Colonial Secretary.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

No. 361.-The following addition to the Register of Medical Practitioners entitled to practise Medicine in this Colony, published in Government Notification No. 296 of the 6th May, 1930, pursuant to the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1884, is published for general information :--

NAME.

PERSON QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE.

ADDRESS.

QUALIFICATION,

DATE OF QUALIFICATION

Cheah Khay Chuan

(謝啟全)

21, Babington Path, Hong Kong.

10th June, 1930.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

26th May, 1930.

A. R. WELLINGTON,

Director of Medical & Sanitary Services

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 13, 1930.

Hong Kong and Ts'uen Wan.

241

FARES-First Class 20 cents.

Second Class 15 cents.

Dep: Ts'uen Wan.

Arr: Hong Kong.

Dep: Hong Keng.

Arr: Ts'uen Wan.

5.20 a.m.

3.50 a.m.

3.00 a.m.

4.30 am. 8.30 a.m.

9.20 a.m.

*7.00 a.m.

*6.00 a.m.

10.50 a.m.

10.00 a.m.

1.30 p.m.

3.30 p.m.

2.20 p.m. 4.20 p.m.

*12.00 noon. 2.30 p.m. 5.00 p.m.

*1.00 p.m.

pm.

3.20 p m. 5.50 p.m.

*

Note: Towing a junk.

W. T. SOUTHORN,

Colonial Secretary.

13th June, 1930.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT

No. 360.-It is hereby notified with reference to Government Notification No. 359 of to-day's date, that from the date of this notification, the ferry service between Hong Kong and Aberdeen will be discontinued.

13th June, 1930.

W. T. SOUTHOrn,

Colonial Secretary.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

No. 361.-The following addition to the Register of Medical Practitioners entitled to practise Medicine in this Colony, published in Government Notification No. 296 of the 6th May, 1930, pursuant to the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1884, is published for general information :--

NAME.

PERSON QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE.

ADDRESS.

QUALIFICATION,

DATE OF QUALIFICATION

Cheah Khay Chuan

(謝啟全)

21, Babington Path, Hong Kong.

10th June, 1930.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

26th May, 1930.

A. R. WELLINGTON,

Director of Medical & Sanitary Services

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ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

No. 362.-Extract of Meteorological Observations made at the Royal Observatory, Hong Kong, during the month of May, 1930.

BARO-

TEMPERATURE.

HUMIDITY.

METER

DATE.

AT

M.S.L.

Max. Mean. Min.

Rel.

Abs.

CLOUDINESS.

SUNSHINE.

WIND.

RAIN.

Mean Mean

Dir.

Vel.

Miles

May

ins.

p. c.

ins.

p. c.

hrs.

ins.

Points. p.h.

I.

2.

29.97

82.8

77.8

74.9

.95

82.8

78.0 75.1

3.

.90

S0.1

77.4

75.0

87.0

+

81.3

5.

.95

85.8

80.5

70.1

Ó,

.9%

82.0

78.0

75.3

7.

.96

77.3

75.4

73.9

3.

.85

-6.8

75.5

73.1

.79

86.3

80.8

76.1

10,

.83

87.3

79.9 74.8

** & * * * X L X X X

86

0.82

50

11.0

E by S

12.3

85

.82

52

11.0

0.035

E

12.7

89

.83

92

4.7

0.325

E by S

19.3

79

.84

46

10.5

S by W

5.3

.84

64

6.8

W

3.8

.81

85

6.0

...

E by N

15.7

·7+

97

0.4

0.025

ENE

22.5

93

80

85

00:00 00

.82

98

0.6

3.210

E

134

.84

65

II. I

W by S

6.5

.87

82

4.9

0.355

SW by W

3.4

II.

81.9

77.1 75.1

85 100

1.5

1.095

E by S

3.8

12.

73

80.9

774

74.1

.77

95

1.8

0.160

W by N

6.7

13.

84.1 .79

77.8

73.5

68

.65

83

7.2

E

9.6

14.

.89

SI.I

77.3

74.6

76

.71

52

12.1

E

15.5

15.

.92

81.0

77-7 74.7

76

.72

41

11.9

E by N

22.9

16,

.90

79.9 77.1

74.5

77

.71

42

10.8

E by N

19.8

17,

.89

82.1

78.4

78 75.3

.75

+4

11.6

ENE

20.4

18.

81.8 .85

78.9

77.0

87

.86

98

2. I

0.385

E by N

28.4

19,

.85

86.0 81.8

78.1

83

.90

93

3.3

0.015

SE by S

16.0

zð.

.84

85.9 81.9

80.1

84

.90 90

4.2

21.

.84

85.5 81.9 79.2 83

.90 92 3.7

0.015 0.065

S

12.6

SW by S

10.0

22.

.86

88.0

83.0

80.7 80

.90

72

8.9

SSW

6.7

!

23

.85

88.9

83.4

808

79

.90

61

11.0

SW

59

24.

.84

88.6 81.3

76.9

83

.89

82

5.2

0.225

ESE

5.9

45.

.81

81.1 78.6

76.5

84

.82

26.

80.4

-6.6

80

.83

27,

83.0

79.0

75.5

85

.8+

28,

.No

83.1

79.7

77.2

79

.80

91

29.

.SI

32.1

79.1

76.4

81

.80

# G R 5 6

81

0.4 0.130

E by N

12.3

69

4.7

76

5.5

0.140

W by N ESE

2.6

11.2

4.8

E by S

11.5

6.2

0.005

SE by

E

7.2

30.

.So

84.1 79.8

76.8

79

.80

ESE

10.5

42

9.9

31.

83.8

80.1

76.3

80

42

10.6

SE by E

7.0

Mean....

29.85

83.5

79.2

76.2 82

0.82 72

204.4

6.185

E by S

11.7

MEANS AND EXTREMES FOR MAY:

Maximum, Normals,

29.92

84.4

79.6

76.7

90

29.85

$1.5

77.0

73-7

Minimum,

29.79 78.6

73.4

70.9

89 0.85 0.78

76

5+

261.3

155.9 82.5

48.840 11.832

1.150

160

E by S

12.

+

9.4

  The rainfall for the mouth of May at the Botanical Gardens was 7ins. 99 on 15 days, at the Matilda Hospital, Mount Kellett, it was 7ins. 42 on 12 days, at Fanling, it was Gius. '01 on 10 days, at the Royal Naval Hospital, Hong Kong, it was 7ins. 29 on 13 days, and at the Police Station, Taipo, it was 4ins. 62 on 14 days.

The lowest reading of the barometer (M.S.L.) was 29ins. 653 at 17h on the 26th.

The maximum squall velocity, as recorded by the Dines-Baxendell anemograph, was at the rate of 50 miles per hour at 13h. 52m. on the 18th.

T. F. CLAXTON,

Director.

12th June, 1930.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 13, 1930.

No. 363-Financial Statement for the month of February, 1930.

TREASURY.

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE.

Balance of Assets and Liabilities on 31st January, 1930

Revenue from 1st to 28th February, 1930

Expenditure from 1st to 28th February, 1930..

$ 10,610,927.14

1,842,902.88

$ 12,453,830.02 1,465,962.33

Balance

$ 10,987,867.69

Assets and Liabilities on the 28th February, 1930.

LIABILITIES.

ASSETS.

$

C.

Deposits not Available

1,257,731.41

Subsidiary Coins....

$

C.

1,549,224.29

Postal Agencies

5,652.25

Advances

787,929.56

Suspense Account

764,375.85

Building Loans

1,385,998.41

Suspense Trade Loan ........

830,270,98

Imprest

60,027.78

Overdraft Trade Loan

Public Works (1927) Loan

Adjustment of Exchange

2,055,225.37

House Service Account

17,979.10

337 929.40 † Joint Colonial Fund

4,527,567.58

1,257,149.58

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

452,916.98

Unallocated Stores, (Railway)...!

150,880.55

Coal Account

1,446.76

Investment Account

1,296,394.66

Lorry Haulage Account

1,564.82

Fixed Deposit Account

2,700,000.00

Balance at Banks..

1,326,237.43

Total Liabilities

Balance..

6,508,334.84

Balance Public Works (1927)

Loan

337,929.40

10,987,867.69

Trade Loan Outstanding

2,885,496 35

Crown Agents, Current Account..

14,608.86

TOTAL..

$

17,496,202.53

TOTAL.........$

17,496,202.53

6th June, 1930.

Joint Colonial Fund.....

.£349,000 0s. Od.

C. McI. MESSER,

Treasurer.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 13, 1930.

No. 364,

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE REVENUE AND EXPEN

Revenue

Revenue from

Estimates.

Heads of Revenue.

1st to 28th February,

1930

1930.

for same period of preceding

Actual Revenue to

Revenue

for same

year.

28th February, 1930.

period of preceding

year.

Light Dues

$

€-

141,000

$

¤A-

C.

11,083.22

$

10,333.43

C.

$

C.

$ C.

23,038.92

22,224.17

Do.,

Special Assess-

ment

170,000

13,565.62

12,193.73

27,631.57

26,391.65

Licences

and Revenue not otherwise specified

Internal

15,403,320

1,322,057.01 1,204,996.07

2,854,610.85 2,688,101.7

Fees of Court or Office

Payments for specific

purposes, and Reim- bursements in Aid......................

1,900,900 216,626.10 214,004.59 378,493.73 367,181.44

Post Office

970,000

86,502.09

73,496.49 194,639.06 170,554.14

Kowloon-Canton Railway....

949,400

89,582.58

84,441.13

162,696.35 170,231.49

Rent of Government Pro-

perty, Land and Houses...

1,408,700

45,921.60

58,555.66

251,885.54 244,362.25

Interest

223,500

3,882.55

31,502.99

82,945.21

44,390.32

Miscellaneous Receipts......

546,100

29,996.53

81,647.68

70,308.33 119,087.59

Total (exclusive of Land

Sales)

21,712,920

1,819,217.30 1,768,171.77 4,046,279.56 3,852,524.32

Land Sales (Premia on New

Leases)

1,000,000

23,685.58

27,622.46 227,571.49

96,527.95

TOTAL.........$ 22,712,920 1,842,902.88 1,795,794.23 4,273,851.05 3,949,052.27

6th June, 1930.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 13, 1930.

DITURE FOR THE PERIOD ENDED 28TH FEBRUARY, 1930.

Estimates,

Heads of Expenditure.

1930.

Expenditure from 1st to 28th February,

Expenditure for

same month of preceding

1930.

year.

245

TREASURY.

Actual Expenditure

to 28th February, 1930.

Expenditure for

same period of preceding

year.

$

$

C.

$

C.

$

C.

$

H. E. the Governor

103,617

5,635.92

7,815.00

14,875.35

C.

17,296.69

Cadet Service

362,594

28,280.51

26,457.39

56,648.19

54,137.51

Senior Clerical and Ac-

counting Staff ........

242,077

18,173.25

15,124,25

36,120.67

29,071.57

Junior Clerical Service

753,895

59,437.03

54,852.46

116,746.99

109,800.55

Colonial Secretary's Office

and Legislature

46,909

4,807.41

3,739.71

8,020.09

6,741.07

Secretariat

for Chinese

Affairs

15,382

1,134.26

302.20

2,257.40

1,085.93

FA

Treasury

16,529

1,068.81

924.75

2,019.19

1,841.63

Audit Department

49.996

3,720.78

3,619.93

8,105.63

7,207.35

District Office, North

23,424

1,239.87

1,357.90

3,478.80

2,754.99

Do., South

13,416

727.11

606.87

1,378.46

1,197.39

Communications :

(a) Post Office

308,835

39,493.86

23,325.72

63,724.22 | Cr. 16,557.38

(b)

Do. Wireless

Telegraph Service.

120,708

7,088.93

14,960.87

Imports

and Exports

Office

866,436

60,910.56

54,190.33

Harbour Department

996,342

56,835.41

62,3-19.05

121,290.73 107,379.18 103,294.44

123,391.11

Do.

Air

Service

201,080

20,006.49

20,006.49

Royal Observatory

37,102

2,851.16

2,815.08

5,921.73

5,573.83

Fire Brigade....

380,564

9,841.45

17,070.97

22,831.89

37,227.37

Supreme Court..

153,570

9,214.22

12.299.67

28,475.87

31,993.75

Attorney General.

34,728

2,864.76

2,067.40

5,731.52

4,124.20

Crown Solicitor's Office

34,918

3,470.43

3,760.78

6,063.51

6,947.79

Official Receiver

13,825

868.41

839.22

1,753.16

1,672.22

Land Office

25.144

2,071.35

2,338.00

4,936.26

4,357.89

Magistracy, Hong Kong...

2,289

Do..

Kowloon

2.118

143.69 144.35

134.16

255.71

246.52

183.22

290.56

326.40

Police Force

2,159,235

137,693.98

173,062.00

284,474.16

321,024.19

Prisons Department.

585,684

32,678.16

34,137.73

68,259.94

65,408.19

Medical Department

1,209,611

66,230.42

74,109.04

124,531.32

132,640.21

Sanitary Department

791,563

48,850.47

48,694.92

93,910.85

98,897.41

Botanical and Forestry

Department

107,496

7.023.39

6,847.04

13,414.34

13,755.48

Education Department

1,349,691

74,464.10

80,979.92

151,026.47

149,099.37

Public Works Department.

1,654,477

110,289.44

114,335.91

222,504.99

218,536.24

Do., Recurrent................

1,787,650

21,930.40

49,834.20

38,553.17

62.503.03

Do., Extraordinary.

3,840,750

70,518.83

38,795.07

124,317.28

56,225.01

Kowloon-Canton Railway..

1,234,879

50,427.33

60,080.54

104,745.00

116,617.61

Defence:

(a) Volunteer

Defence

Corps

107,813

3,871.78

4,709.49

8,484.12

8,874.63

(b) Hong Kong Royal

Naval Volunteer

Reserve

25,433

(e) Military

Contribu-

tion

3,865,560

Miscellaneous Services

1,354,395

321,821.75 117,479.12

Charitable Services ...

111,704

2,535.13

39,991,16 74,325.81 1,643.65

643,643.50 266,301.15 3,744.48

39,991.16 224,101.59

3,194.04

Charge on

Account of

Public Debt

Pensions

1,364,076 913,000

60,118.01

45,575.21

151,737.22 135,598.00

TOTAL.........$ 27,268,515

1,465,962.33

1,143,295.81

2,948,835.72 2,184,283.72

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C. McI. MESser, Treasurer.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 13, 1930.

SUPREME COURT.

No. 365. It is hereby notified that at the expiration of three months from the date hereof The INTERNATIONAL TRADING COMPANY, LIMITED will, unless cause is shewn to the contrary, be struck off the register and the company will be dissolved.

10th June, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies.

SUPREME COURT.

No. 366.-It is hereby notified that the name of The HONGKONG AND JAPAN ESTATE COMPANY, LIMITED, has been struck off the Register.

13th June, 1930.

C. D. MELBOurne,

Registrar of Companies

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. 367. It is hereby notified for general information that the Cancellation of the Memorial of Re-entry on Inland Lot No. 2346 has been registered according to law.

5th June, 1930.

PHILIP JACKS,

Land Officer.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. 368. It is hereby notified for general information that the Cancellation of the Memorial of Re-entry on Kowloon Inland Lot No. 1516 has been registered according to law.

6th June, 1930.

PHILIP JACKS,

Land Officer

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE Marks.

No. 369. It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has expired and that they will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 14th July, 1930, unless the prescribed fees for renewal of registration are paid before. that date:-

Number of Trade Marks.

Names and Addresses of Proprietors.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

File Nos.

No. 92 of 1916.

The Paraffine Companies Inc., at 40, First Street, San Francisco, State of California, U.S.A.

8th June, 1930.

44 of 1930.

No. 101 of 1916.

British Cigarette Company, Limited, 27, Museum Road, Shanghai.

8th June, 1930.

45 of 1930.

-- 12th June, 1930.

E. P. H. LANG,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 13, 1930.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

247

  No. 370.-It is hereby notified that KING YAI TING (-) carrying on business as GRIFFITH & Co., of Nos. 20/22 Queen's Road Central, Victoria, Hong Kong, has applied for leave to add to and alter in a manner not substantially affecting the identity of the same his Trade Marks Nos. 69 and 70 of 1925, registered in Class 24 and Nos. 71 and 72 of 1925 in Class 34.

  The alteration is the substitution of the name of "Griffith & Co." for the name of 'T. E. Griffith, Ltd.".

REGISTERED MARK

ALTERED MARK

行洋昌時

行洋昌時

雨喜

亭雨喜

喜雨喜

亭雨喜

T.E. GRIFFITH, LTD

GRIFFITH & Co.

(T.E.GRIFFITH LTD.

GRIFFITH & Co.

洋昌時

Dated the 12th day of June, 1930.

行洋昌時

E. P. H. LANG,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

248

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 13, 1930.

THE CROWN LANDS RESUMPTION ORDINANCE, 1900.

To the Owners of Survey District IV Lot No. 12.

No. 371.-It is hereby notified, pursuant to section 16 (2) of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, that an award of $1,067.20 has been made in respect of the resumption of Survey District IV Lot No. 12 and that the District Officer, South, a Government Officer, is hereby appointed to pay the compensation so awarded, together with interest thereon as prescribed by the said Ordinance, at his office, and during Government office hours between 11 o'clock in the forenoon of Friday, the 20th day of June, 1930 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Friday, the 20th day of June, 1930. If no claim be made for the compensation money at the place, and within the time appointed the officer appointed as above will cause such money to be paid into the Treasury, and the provisions of section 16 (5) and (6) of the said Ordinance as to claim within five. years, or transfer, thereafter, to the general revenue of the Colony, as the case may be, will apply to the said money.

6th June, 1930.

HAROLD T. CREASY,

Director of Public Works.

THE CROWN LANDS RESUMPTION ORDINANCE, 1900.

To the Owner of Survey District II Lot No. 99 Section A.

   No. 372.-It is hereby notified, pursuant to section 16 (2) of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, that an award of $1,148.23 has been made in respect of the resumption of Survey District II Lot No. 99 Section A and that the District Officer, South, a Government Officer, is hereby appointed to pay the compensation so awarded, together with interest thereon as prescribed by the said Ordinance, at his office, and during Government office hours between 11 o'clock in the forenoon of Friday, the 20th day of June, 1930 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Friday, the 20th day of June, 1930. If no claim be made for the compensation money at the place, and within the time appointed the officer appointed as above will cause such money to be paid into the Treasury, and the provisions of section 16 (5) and (6) of the said Ordinance as to claim within five years, or transfer, thereafter, to the general revenue of the Colony, as the case may be, will apply to the said money.

7th June, 1930.

HAROLD T. CREASY,

Director of Public Works.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 13, 1930.

THE CROWN LANDS RESUMPTION ORDINANCE, 1900.

249

To the Owner of Survey District II Lot No. 52.

  No. 373.-It is hereby notified, pursuant to section 16 (2) of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, that an award of $718.75 has been made in respect of the resumption of Survey District I Lot No. 52 and that the District Officer, South, a Government Officer, is hereby appointed to pay the compensation so awarded together with interest thereon as prescribed by the said Ordinance, at his office, and during Government office hours between 11 o'clock in the forenoon of Friday, the 20th day of June, 1930 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Friday, the 20th day of June, 1930. If no claim be made for compensation money at the place, and within the time appointed the officer appointed as above will cause such money to be paid into the Treasury, and the provisions of section 16 (5) and (6) of the said Ordinance as to claim within five years, or transfer, thereafter, to the general revenue of the Colony, as the case may be, will apply to the said money.

7th June, 1930.

HAROLD T. CREASY,

Director of Public Works.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 20, 1930.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL,

No. 375.- It is hereby notified that His Excellency the Governor in Council has given directions for the rescission of the Order of the 10th March, 1930, published in the Gazette of the 14th March, 1930, as Government Notification No. 146, declaring Shanghai to be a place at which an infectious or contagious disease, namely, cerebro- spinal meningitis, prevailed, and the same is hereby rescinded.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

16th June, 1930.

Hong Kong.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

No. 376.

Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Vehicles and Traffic Regulation Ordinance, 1912, Ordinance No. 40 of 1912, on the 17th day of June, 1930.

The Traffic Regulations set forth on pages 617-655 of the Regulations of Hong Kong, 1844-1925, amended as appears in Government Notifications Nos. 368 of 1926, 331 of 1927, 586 of 1928, 27, 334, 553 and 653 of 1929 and 218 of 1930, are hereby further amended as follows,-

(1) Part I is amended by the insertion of the following interpretation paragraph

next after paragraph (h)

(h)1"Nett load" in relation to a commercial motor vehicle means the gross weight of the laden vehicle, including all persons being carried thereon except the driver and one attendant, less the weight of the vehicle unladen.

(2) Part I is further amended by the alteration of (h)', at the commencement of the

interpretation paragraph relating to "passenger", to (h).

(3) In the table in regulation 5,--

(a) by the substitution, in the second column, opposite item (b) Private

jinrickshas, of "20" for "10".

""

(b) by the substitution, in the third column, opposite item (e) Public motor vehicles, including motor cabs, of "1st January for the first "do". (The second "do" will henceforth relate to 1st January).

(c) by the substitution for item (g) of the following item,-

(g) Commercial motor vehicles :-

(i) Not exceeding 15 cwts. in weight

unladen

(ii) Exceeding 15 cwts. but not exceeding 50 cwts. in weight unladen, and completely fitted with pneumatic tyres

(iii) Exceeding 50 cwts. but not exceeding 90 cwts. in weight unladen, and completely fitted with pneumatic tyres

24

1st July.

60

do.

120

do.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 20, 1930.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL,

No. 375.- It is hereby notified that His Excellency the Governor in Council has given directions for the rescission of the Order of the 10th March, 1930, published in the Gazette of the 14th March, 1930, as Government Notification No. 146, declaring Shanghai to be a place at which an infectious or contagious disease, namely, cerebro- spinal meningitis, prevailed, and the same is hereby rescinded.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

16th June, 1930.

Hong Kong.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

No. 376.

Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Vehicles and Traffic Regulation Ordinance, 1912, Ordinance No. 40 of 1912, on the 17th day of June, 1930.

The Traffic Regulations set forth on pages 617-655 of the Regulations of Hong Kong, 1844-1925, amended as appears in Government Notifications Nos. 368 of 1926, 331 of 1927, 586 of 1928, 27, 334, 553 and 653 of 1929 and 218 of 1930, are hereby further amended as follows,-

(1) Part I is amended by the insertion of the following interpretation paragraph

next after paragraph (h)

(h)1"Nett load" in relation to a commercial motor vehicle means the gross weight of the laden vehicle, including all persons being carried thereon except the driver and one attendant, less the weight of the vehicle unladen.

(2) Part I is further amended by the alteration of (h)', at the commencement of the

interpretation paragraph relating to "passenger", to (h).

(3) In the table in regulation 5,--

(a) by the substitution, in the second column, opposite item (b) Private

jinrickshas, of "20" for "10".

""

(b) by the substitution, in the third column, opposite item (e) Public motor vehicles, including motor cabs, of "1st January for the first "do". (The second "do" will henceforth relate to 1st January).

(c) by the substitution for item (g) of the following item,-

(g) Commercial motor vehicles :-

(i) Not exceeding 15 cwts. in weight

unladen

(ii) Exceeding 15 cwts. but not exceeding 50 cwts. in weight unladen, and completely fitted with pneumatic tyres

(iii) Exceeding 50 cwts. but not exceeding 90 cwts. in weight unladen, and completely fitted with pneumatic tyres

24

1st July.

60

do.

120

do.

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(iv) Exceeding 15 cwts. but not exceeding

50 cwts. in weight unladen, and with at least half of the number of wheels fitted with pneumatic ty res

(v) Exceeding 50 cwts. but not exceeding 90 cwts. in weight unladen, and with at least half of the number of wheels fitted with pneumatic tyres

(vi) Exceeding 15 cwts. but not exceeding 50 cwts. in weight unladen, and completely fitted with solid tyres or with less than half of the number of wheels fitted with pneumatic tyres......

(vii) Exceeding 50 cwts. but not exceeding 90 cwts. in weight unladen, and completely fitted with solid tyres or with less than half of the

180

do.

360

do.

240

do.

255

number of wheels fitted with pneumatic tyres....

480

do.

(No commercial motor vehicle exceed-

ing 90 cwts. in weight unladen will be allowed).

(d) by the substitution in the second column opposite item (k) (i) Public jinrickshas in the Island of Hong Kong, of "36" for " 72".

(4) by the insertion, next after regulation 44, of the following regulation,-

45. A driver shall not drive a commercial motor vehicle with a nett load in excess of that stated in the licence of the vehicle as the maximum nett load to be carried by such vehicle.

(5) by the substitution in regulation 52 of "twenty for "fifteen" in the fourth

line.

(6) by the substitution in regulation 76 of "$200" for "$50" in the third line.

(7) by the insertion in regulation 81 of "or commercial" next after "public", in

two places in the second line.

(8) In regulation 85-

(a) by the insertion of "or parking place" next after "shall use as a

stand".

(b) by the substitution of "Schedule A and Parts I," for "Parts".

(9) by the insertion, next after regulation 87A, of the following regulation,-

87B. Every motor vehicle shall carry a licence disc which shall be placed and carried on the vehicle so as to be clearly visible at all hours of daylight to a person either at the near side or at the front of the vehicle.

(10) by the substitution for regulation 90A, hereby rescinded, of the following

regulation,-

90A. The speed of a commercial motor vehicle or motor omnibus shall not exceed twenty miles per hour. The maximum nett load which a com- mercial motor vehicle may carry shall be determined by the Inspector General of Police and shall be stated in the licence of the vehicle, it shall also be painted on the vehicle in a position and manner to his satisfaction.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 20, 1930.

(11) by the insertion, next after regulation 95A, of the following regulation,-

95B. No motor vehicle shall by any means or device be locked against movement thereof in, upon or near any vehicle stand, or any place at which private motor vehicles may be left unattended, in such a position as to obstruct or impede the exit of any other motor vehicle from such stand or place.

(12) by the substitution in regulation 107 of "showing" for ", properly trimmed

and lighted, so as to display ".

(13) by the substitution for regulations 108 to 112, hereby rescinded, of the follow-

ing regulations, ---

108. A motor vehicle, other than a motor bicycle, and a truck, cart, van, and horse or bullock drawn vehicle shall, between sunset and sunrise, carry two front lights fixed horizontally so as to show the width of the vehicle. A motor cycle combination shall carry the second front light affixed to the side of the side car which is farthest away from the motor bicycle.

109. The front lights or front light on a motor vehicle shall be so arranged that no portion of the beam of light shall fall above a plan e parallel to and 42 inches above the roadway measured at a distance of 100 feet in front of the vehicle.

110. The front light of a jinricksha and of a chair shall be affixed on the off side thereof, and shall show a red light visible from the rear of the vehicle.

111. Every vehicle shall, between sunset and sunrise, carry a lamp showing a red light when seen from the rear of the vehicle: Provided that bicycles and tricycles, not being motor vehicles, may in lieu of such red light be provided with a red reflector of a type approved by the In- spector General of Police.

112. The rear light to be carried by motor vehicles shall illuminate the rear number plate. The red rear light to be carried by a truck shall be fixed on the off rear of the vehicle.

(14) In Schedule A, Places at which private motor vehicles may be left unattended,

(a) by the deletion of all the items under the heading "Central district

and by the substitution therefor of,-

1. (a). City Hall Square when no entertainment is in progress.

(b). Queen's Road Central, south side, opposite the City Hall

when an entertainment is in progress in the City Hall.

2. Duddell Street, west side.

3. Douglas Street, west side.

4. Connaught Road Central centre of the roadway between P. & O.

Wharf and Douglas Wharf.

5. Connaught Road Central centre of the roadway east of P. & O.

Wharf, G.P.O. Vehicles only.

6. Connaught Road Central centre of the roadway, east of Star

Ferry and east of the Taxi Cab stand.

7. Connaught Road Central centre of the roadway between Jackson

Road and Murray Road and east of the Taxi Cab Stand.

8. Chater Road centre of the roadway from Des Voeux Road Central

to the junction of Ice House Street.

9. Chater Road, south side, between Jackson Road and Murray

Road.

10. Jackson Road, east side, between Des Voeux Road Central and

Connaught Road Central.

11. Gilman Street, west side, between Connaught Road Central and

Des Voeux Road Central.

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257

12. Rumsey Street, west side, between Connaught Road Central and

Des Voeux Road Central.

13. Wing Wo Road, west side.

14. Man Wah Lane, west side, between Connaught Road Central and

Des Voeux Road Central.

15. Hillier Street, west side, between Connaught Road Central and

Des Voeux Road Central.

16 tanley Street, north side, between D'Aguilar Street and Pottinger

Street.

17. Jervois Street, north side.

(b) Under the heading "Western District -by the insertion, next after

item 11, of the following item.--

21. Hill Road, between Pokfulam Road and the bridge.

(c) Under the heading "Eastern District"-by the deletion of item 12 and

by the substitution therefor of, -

22. Lee Garden Street.

(d) By the addition to item 16 of "when no race meeting is in progress." (e) by the deletion of all items under the heading "Kowloon ", and by the

substitution therefor of,-

27. Austin Road, north side, by Kowloon Bowling Club.

28. Middle Road, south side, between Nathan Road and Hankow

Road.

29. Peking Road, south side, between Hankow Road and Ashley

Road.

30. Mody Road, south side, between Nathan Road and Cornwall

Avenue.

31. Gascoigne Road, south side, between Jordan Road and

Chatham Road.

32. Saigon Street, south side, between Nathan Road and Chi Wo

Street.

33. Parkes Street, east side, between Saigon Street and Ning Po

Street.

34. Battery Street, west side, between Pakhoi Street and Kansu

Street.

35. Man Ming Lane, south side, between Nathan Road and

Portland Street.

36. Kwong Wah Road, opposite Kwong Wah Hospital.

37. Shek Kip Mi Street, south side, between Lai Chi Kok Road

and Tai Nam Street.

38. Kai Yan Road, south side, between Sam Tack Road and Yee

Tack Road.

(f) by the renumbering of all the items in Schedule A, in numerical order, preserving the new numbering indicated by the foregoing amend- ments thereof.

(15) In Schedule B,--

(a)

In Part I by the deletion of item 5 in the enumeration of stands for private motor vehicles, Island of Hong Kong, and by the substitution therefor of,-

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"5. Elgin Street at junction with Caine Road ..................................9 (b) In Part II, Stands for public motor cars other than taxicabs-by the

addition of,--

1. Star Ferry.

KOWLOON.

.3 cars.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 20, 1930.

(c) In Part III-by the insertion, next after item 5 in the enumeration of

stands for taxicabs, Island of Hong Kong, of,

"6. Connaught Road Central, centre of roadway, east of

Jackson Road...........

.4

""

(d) In Part III-by renumbering, in numerical order, all the items under

the heading "Island of Hong Kong" except item 6 added as above.

(e) In part III-by the deletion of all items under the heading " Kowloon ",

and by the substitution therefor of,-

1. Star Ferry

2. Austin Road, south side, opposite Kowloon Bowling

Club

.12 cabs.

3

""

3. Pakhoi Street, north side, between Nathan Road and

Woosung Street.......

6

""

4. Argyle Street, north side, east of No. 5 Railway

Bridge.....

3

5. Gillies Avenue, west side, opposite Dock Gate........ 3

""

(f) In Part IV-by the deletion from the enumeration of stands for

jinrickshas, Eastern District, of items 2, 7, 8, 13, 14 and 16.

(g) In Part IV --by the deletion from the enumeration of stands for jinrickshas, Central District, of items 17, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27 and 40. (h) In Part IV-by the deletion from the enumeration of stands for chairs

of items 3, 6, 9, 16, 17, 18, 22, 23, 27, 28, 31, 32, 40 and 41.

(j) by the renumbering, in numerical order, of all the items in Part IV

other than items under the heading "Kowloon "

".

(k) In Part IV-by the deletion of all subheadings and items under the heading "Kowloon" and by the substitution there for of the following subheadings and items,

1. Star Ferry

TSIMSHATSUI.

.100

2. Middle Road, north side, west of Hankow Road...... 20 3. Railway Level Crossing at Holts Wharf

10

4. Peking Road, north side, between Canton Road and

Ashley Road

5. Hankow Road, east side, south of Ashley Road...... 6. Mody Road, north side, between Cornwall Avenue

and Carnarvon Buildings..

99

10

10

10

7. Haiphong Road, north side, opposite Palace Hotel... 10 8. Cameron Road, north side, west of Carnarvon Road. 10 9. Granville Road, north side, west of Carnarvon Road... 10 10. Navy Street, south side, west of Canton Road......... 10 11. Kimberley Road, north side, east of Carnarvon Road 6 12. Observatory Road, south side, between Kimberley

Road and Chatham Road

10

13. Chatham Road, east side, opposite Austin Road............. 10 14. Austin Road, south side, east of Nathan Road 15. Austin Road, south side, junction of Temple Street..

5

5

YAUMATI.

16. Path running between Austin Road and Jordan

Road

15

17. Cox's Road opposite Kowloon Cricket Club

10

1

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 20, 1930.

18. Temple Street, east side, south of Bowring St. ... 10 19. Bowring Street, north side, between Pilkem Street

and Parkes Street

20. Nanking Street, south side, at junction of Nathan

Road

10

10

21. Gascoigne Road, north side, outside Club de Recreio 10 22. Saigon Street, south side, west of Nathan Road ..... 10 23. Woosung Street, west side, north of Pakhoi Street... 20 24. Temple Street, west side, north of Pakhoi Street 25. Public Square Street, Yaumati Ferry

10

259

20

26. Hi Lung Lane, south side, between Reclamation

Street and Shanghai Street

6

27. Waterloo Road, south side, by Nullah between

Portland Street and Nathan Road

5

28. Hamilton Street, south side, between Shanghai

Street and Portland Street...

5

29. Kwong Wah Road opposite Kwong Wah Hospital... 10

MONG KOK.

30. Soy Street, south side, between Portland Street and

Nathan Road

10

31. Shan Tung Street, north side, by Mong Kok Ferry

Wharf....

32. Peace Avenue, west side

LO CO

5

6

33. Argyle Street, south side, between Shanghai Street

and Reclamation Street..

10

34. Yaumati Railway Station

10

35. Mong Kok Road, south side, between Portland

Street and Shanghai Street

5

36. Fuk Tsun Street, north-east side

10

SHAMSHUIPO.

37. Shek Kip Mi Street, north side, between Tai Nam

Street and Lai Chi Kok Road

38. Shamshuipo Ferry Wharf

10

99

10

39. Nam Cheung Street, between Ki Lung Street and

Yu Chow Street ..

5

HUNG HOM.

40. Wuhu Street, east of Taku Street.

41. Bulkeley Street, north side by Dock Main Gate ...... 42. Gillies Avenue, east side, north of Wuhu Street

5

10

5

43. Gillies Avenue, by Dock Gate

5

44. Temple Street, west side, north of Wuhu Street

5

KOWLOON CITY.

45. Sai Kung Road opposite Cheung On Street

46. Sai Kung Road at junction with Po Kong Road

10

12

...

(16) by the addition to Schedule C, Thoroughfares referred to in regulation 75, of,-

KOWLOON.

Canton Road, from Salisbury Road to Public Square Street.

Reclamation Street, from Public Square Street to Mong Kok Road.

Shanghai Street.

Shantung Street, from the sea front to Nathan Road.

Public Square Street.

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(17) In Schedule D) Part I, Roads and portions of roads closed to motor traffic-

(a) Under Central District ----

by the substitution of "Elgin Street from Shelley Street westwards for "Elgin Street ".

(b) Under Western District-

By the addition of,

Kom U Street.

Wo Fung Street.

(c) Under Western District-

by the substitution of "Hill Road from Shek Tong Tsui Market to the bridge" for "Hill Road, from Shek Tong Tsui market to Bonham Road".

(18) In Schedule D, Part II, Roads and portions of roads closed to motor traffic

except as mentioned,-

by the insertion in the column headed "Road or portion of road "of,- Chater Road between Jackson Road and Murray Road.

and by the insertion opposite such addition, in the column headed "Traffic allowed ", of,-

Traffic proceeding in an easterly direction.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

17th June, 1930.

Hong Kong.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

No. 377.

  Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Dogs Ordinance, 1927, Ordinance No. 21 of 1927, on the 19th day of June, 1930.

  Regulation 21 of the regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Dogs Ordinance, 1927, and set forth in Government Notification No. 694 of 1927, is hereby amended by the insertion of the words "The owner of any dog so found shall be deemed to have allowed such dog to go abroad neither muzzled nor on the lead and to have contravened the provisions of this regulation: next before the words "Pro- vided that".

""

COUNCIL CHAMBER.

19th June, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

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(17) In Schedule D) Part I, Roads and portions of roads closed to motor traffic-

(a) Under Central District ----

by the substitution of "Elgin Street from Shelley Street westwards for "Elgin Street ".

(b) Under Western District-

By the addition of,

Kom U Street.

Wo Fung Street.

(c) Under Western District-

by the substitution of "Hill Road from Shek Tong Tsui Market to the bridge" for "Hill Road, from Shek Tong Tsui market to Bonham Road".

(18) In Schedule D, Part II, Roads and portions of roads closed to motor traffic

except as mentioned,-

by the insertion in the column headed "Road or portion of road "of,- Chater Road between Jackson Road and Murray Road.

and by the insertion opposite such addition, in the column headed "Traffic allowed ", of,-

Traffic proceeding in an easterly direction.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

17th June, 1930.

Hong Kong.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

No. 377.

  Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Dogs Ordinance, 1927, Ordinance No. 21 of 1927, on the 19th day of June, 1930.

  Regulation 21 of the regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Dogs Ordinance, 1927, and set forth in Government Notification No. 694 of 1927, is hereby amended by the insertion of the words "The owner of any dog so found shall be deemed to have allowed such dog to go abroad neither muzzled nor on the lead and to have contravened the provisions of this regulation: next before the words "Pro- vided that".

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COUNCIL CHAMBER.

19th June, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

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Hong Kong.

No. 378.

Regulations made by the Governor in Council under the Public Places Regulation Ordinance, 1870, Ordinance No. 2 of 1870, for the maintenance of good order and for the preservation and better enjoy- ment of the various Recreation Grounds, this 19th day of June, 1930.

The following Schedules are substituted

            are substituted for all Schedules previously published:

SCHEDULES.

WONGNEICHONG RECREATION GROUND.

Area.

To whom allotted.

Purpose for which allotted.

Days.

A Craigengower Cricket Club

Cricket, Tennis and Lawn Bowls.

Every day.

Al

Police Recreation Club

Do.

A2 Civil Service Cricket Club

Do.

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B

Hong Kong Football Club

Football.

Do.

C

Army

Football, Cricket and Tennis.

D

Royal Naval Recreation

Club.

E

F

Do.

Do.

Football.

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G

Chinese Athletic Associa-

Football.

tion.

Chinese Civil Servants'

Club.

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H

Police

St. Joseph's College

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After 1 p.m. every week- day except Tuesday & Friday, from 15th September, 1930, to 15th April, 1931. in- clusive.

After 1 p.m. on Monday, Thursday & alternate Saturdays, from 15th September, 1930, to 15th April. 1931, in- clusive.

After 1 p.m. on Wednes- day & alternate Satur- days, from 15th

September. 1930. to 15th April, 1931. in- clusive.

After 1 p.m. on Monday, Thursday & alternate Saturdays, from 15th September, 1930, to 15th April, 1931, in- clusive.

After 1 p.m. on Wednes- day and alternate Saturdays, from 15th September, 1930, to 15th April, 1931, in- clusive.

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WONGNEICHONG RECREATION GROUND,-(Continued).

Area.

To whom allotted.

Purpose for which allotted.

I

Royal Naval Recreation

Club.

Hockey.

1-9 Royal Hong Kong Golf

Club.

Golf.

Days.

After 1 p.m. every week- day except Tuesday & Friday, from 15th September, 1930, to 15th April, 1931, in- clusive.

to

From April 16th

September 14th in- clusive, every day and all day. From Sep- tember 15th to April 15th, inclusive, every day and all day, except after 1 p.m. on Mon- days, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Satur- days: practice ap- proach shots every afternoon from Race Course ditch to the 5th and 9th greens.

CAROLINE HILL RECREATION GROUND.

Area.

To whom allotted.

Purpose for which

allotted.

Days.

A

South China Athletic

Association.

Football, Tennis, etc.

Every day.

B

Do.

C

Royal Naval Recreation

Club.

Football.

Do.

C1

Victoria British School.

Games.

Every day to 4 p.m.

Hong Kong Tutorial

Institute.

Basket Ball and Volley Ball.

Every day after 4 p.m.

QUEEN'S RECREATION GROUND.

Area.

To whom allotted.

Purpose for which allotted.

A

Polo Club

B

Hong Kong Chinese

Days.

Polo.

Every day.

Do.

Recreation Club.

Cricket

and Tennis.

C

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 20, 1930.

QUEEN'S RECREATION GROUND,-(Continued).

Area.

To whom allotted.

Purpose for which allotted.

Days.

¡

C

Director of Education

Football.

Every day from 15th

September, 1930,

to

15th April, 1931, in- clusive.

Chinese Athletic Associa-

tion.

Every

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day

from 16th

April, 1931, to 14th

September, 1931, in- clusive.

SOOKUNPOO VALLEY RECREATION GROUND.

Purpose

Area.

To whom allotted.

for which

allotted.

A

Army

B Indian Recreation Club...

Cricket, Football,

Hockey and

Tennis.

Days.

Every day.

Cricket and Tennis.

Do.

KING'S PARK RECREATION GROUND.

Purpose

Area.

To whom allotted.

for which allotted.

Days.

A

Kowloon Bowling Green

Club.

Lawn Bowls.

Every day.

B

Kowloon Cricket Club

....

Cricket, Tennis and Lawn Bowls.

Do.

C

Diocesan Girls' School .... Tennis, etc.

Do.

D1 Club de Recreio

Cricket and

Do.

Tennis.

D2

Do.

Lawn Bowls.

Do.

El Royal Naval

Officers'

Cricket, Hockey

Do.

Sports Club.

and Tennis.

E2

China Light &

Power

Tennis.

Do.

(East)

Recreation Club.

E2 German Club

Do.

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(West)

E3 Y.M.C.A.

(East)

E3 Kowloon Indian Tennis

(West)

Club.

Do.

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Do.

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KING'S PARK RECREATION GROUND,-(Continued).

Area.

To whom allotted.

Purpose for which allotted.

F1 Kowloon British School Former Pupils As-

Days.

Football.

Every day.

sociation & Central British School.

F2

Do.

Tennis.

Do.

G

Club de Recreio

Football.

Do.

H

Hong Kong Hockey Club..

Hockey.

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Y.M.C.A.

Tuesday and Saturday.

I

Chinese Athletic

Tennis.

Every day.

Association.

J

Nippon Club

K

South China Athletic

Do.

Do.

Association.

L

Do.

Do.

M

Filipino Club

Do.

N

Netherlands Club

Do.

0 Yaumati School

Football.

Do.

P

Chinese Athletic

Association.

Football.

Do.

Baseball,

Tennis,

etc.

Note.-A priority of right is reserved to the Naval and Military Authorities to use the whole of the Wongneichong Recreation Ground for Naval and Military Exercises on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays in each week up to 1 o'clock p.m. when required.

Letters and numbers in column "Area" refer to the plans of the various Recreation Grounds deposited in the Office of the Director of Public Works.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

19th June, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

No. 379.

LEGISLATIVE

COUNCIL, No. 2.

Thursday, 23rd January, 1930, at 2.30 p.m.

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PRESENT:

HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR

(Sir CECIL CLEMENTI, K.C.M.G.).

His Excellency the General Officer Commanding the Troops, (Major-General JAMES

WALTER SANDILANDS, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O.).

The Honourable the Colonial Secretary, (Mr. WILFRID THOMAS SOUTHORN, C.M.G.).

the Attorney General, (Sir JoOSEPH HORSFORD KEMP, Kt., K.C., C.B.E.).

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the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, (Mr. EDWIN RICHARD HALLIFAX,

C.M.G., C.B.E.).

the Colonial Treasurer, (Mr. CHARLES MclLVAINE MESSER, O.B.E.). Mr. HAROLD THOMAS CREASY, C.B.E., (Director of Public Works). Mr. EDWARD DUDLEY CORSCADEN WOLFE, C.M.G., (Inspector General

of Police).

Commander GEORGE FRANCIS HOLE, R.N. (Retired), (Harbour Master). Dr. ARTHUR ROBARTES WELLINGTON, (Director of Medical and Sanitary

Services).

Sir HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, Kt., K.C.

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Sir SHOUSON CHOW, Kt.

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Mr. ROBERT HORMUS KOTEWALL, C.M.G., LL.D.

Mr. ARTHUR CECIL HYNES.

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Mr. JOHN OWEN HUGHES,

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Mr. WILLIAM EDWARD LEONARD SHENTON.

Mr. José PEDRO BRAGA.

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Mr. Ts'o SEEN-WAN, O.B.E., LL.D.

Mr. NORMAN LOCKHART SMITH, (Deputy Clerk of Councils).

1. The Council met pursuant to adjournment. His Excellency the Governor

occupied the Chair.

MINUTES.

2. The Minutes of the Meeting held on the 2nd January, 1930, were confirmed.

PAPERS.

4. The following papers were laid on the table :--

Regulation made by the Governor in Council under sections 25 (4) and 12 (2)

of the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, on 2nd January, 1930.

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Administration Reports, 1928:-

Part III.-Public Health :--

Reports of the Medical and Sanitary Departments.

REPORT OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE.

4. The Colonial Secretary laid on the table the Report of the Finance Committee

(No. 1), dated the 14th January, 1930, and moved its adoption.

The Colonial Treasurer seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

5. The Colonial Secretary moved :---

MOTIONS.

That the By-law made by the Sanitary Board under section 16 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, on the 23rd day of December, 1929, be adopted.

The Attorney General seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

6. Opium Amendment Bill.--The Attorney General moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled "An Ordinance to amend further the Opium Ordinance, 1923." 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.

HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR'S DEPARTURE.

7. The Hon. Sir HENRY POLLOCK and the Hon. Sir SnousON CHOW on behalf of the Council members bade His Excellency farewell on his impending departure from the Colony. His Excellency replied.

ADJOURNMENT.

8. The Council then adjourned sine die.

Confirmed this 19th day of June, 1930

N. L. SMITH, Deputy Clerk of Councils.

W. PEEL,

Governor.

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No. 380.

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    Resolution made and passed by the Legislative Council on the 19th day of June, 1930, under the provisions of section of the Tobacco Ordinance, 1916, Ordinance No. 10 of 1916.

    Resolved that the duties on tobacco set forth in section 6 of the Tobacco Ordi- nance, 1916, Ordinance No. 10 of 1916, be altered and that, subject to the provisions of sub-section (3) of the said section, the duty payable () upon all tobacco imported into the Colony after the coming into operation of this resolution, and (ii) upon all dutiable tobacco already in the Colony at the coming into operation of this resolution, shall be as follows per pound weight.

A. -On unmanufactured tobacco:

(1) If unstripped :

(a) containing 10 pounds or more of mois-

ture per 100 pounds weight thereof.... 75 cents. (b) containing less than 10 pounds of mois-

ture per 100 pounds weight thereof .... 84 cents.

(2) If stripped:

(a) containing 10 pounds or more of mois-

ture per 100 pounds weight thereof.... 90 cents.

(b) containing less than 10 pounds of mois-

ture per 100 pounds weight thereof.... $1.00.

B. On manufactured tobacco:

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

19th June, 1930.

(1) Cigars

(2) Cigarettes

(3) Other manufactured tobacco, including snuff

and cigar cuttings..

$2.00.

1.00.

1.00.

N. L. SMITHI,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

    No. 381.-It is hereby notified that the Honourable Mr. EDWARD DUDLEY CORSCADEN WOLFE, C.M.G., resumed duty as Inspector General of Police and Chief Officer, Fire Brigade, on 16th June, 1930.

17th June, 1930.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT

No. 382.-In order that a complete list may be maintained for record purposes, it is requested that those Ladies and Gentlemen resident in Hong Kong, other than those now serving in His Majesty's Forces, who have had any decoration conferred upon them by His Majesty the KING, will inform the Chief Clerk, Colonial Secretariat, unless this has already been done, within 14 days from the date of this notification.

W. T. SOUTHORN,

19th June, 1930. ·

Colonial Secretary

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SUPREME COURT.

No. 383.-It is hereby notified that at the expiration of three months from the date hereof The HUNG YUEN HOTEL COMPANY, LIMITED will, unless cause is shewn to the contrary, be struck off the register and the company will be dissolved.

16th June, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies.

SUPREME COURT.

  No. 384.-It is hereby notified that at the expiration of three months from the date hereof The HUNG TAK LAN COMPANY, LIMITED will, unless cause is shewn to the contrary, be struck off the register and the company will be dissolved.

19th June, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies.

SUPREME COURT

  No. 385. It is hereby notified that at the expiration of three months from the date hereof The Hor ON STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED will, unless cause is shewn to the contrary, be struck off the register and the company will be dissolved.

19th June, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies

SUPREME COURT.

No. 386.-It is hereby notified that the name of the INTERNATIONAL TRADERS, LIMITED, has been struck off the Register.

20th June, 1950.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

  No. 387.-It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has expired and that they will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 21st July, 1930, unless the prescribed fees for renewal of registration are paid before that date:-

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Number of Trade Marks.

Names and Addresses of Proprictors.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

#

File Nos.

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No. 28 of 1902.

Jardine, Matheson and Company, Hong Kong,

17th June, 1930.

78 of 1930.

No. 125 of 1916.

19th June, 1930.

Northwest Trading Co., Ltd., Smith Building, City of Seattle, State of Washington, U.S.A.

19th June, 1930.

79

of 1930.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks.

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OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 388.-It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909:-

Number

of

Marks.

Date of Registration.

Names and Addresses of Owners.

Period of Renewal,

Classes in which renewed.

File Nos.

No. 29 of 1902.

19th June, 1902.

Nestle and Anglo-Swiss Con- densed Milk Company of Cham and Vevey, Switzer- land, and St. George's House, 6 and 8, Eastcheap, London, E.C., England.

19th June,

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1944,

61 of 1930.

Nos. 161A,

B

and c of 1888.

18th June, 1888.

William Younger and Company, Limited, of Abbey and Holy- rood,' Scotland.

18th June, 1944.

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60 of 1930.

19th June, 1930.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 389.-It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909 :-

Number

of

Marks.

Date of Registration.

Names and Addresses of Owners.

Period of Renewal.

Classes in which renewed.

File Nos.

Nos. 95 & 96 of 1916.

20th June, 1916.

W. R. Loxley & Company, Hong Kong.

20th June, 1944.

24 & 34 respectively. of 1930.

80

No. 97 of 1916.

16th June,

1916.

Bradley & Company, Limited, Prince's Building, Hong Kong.

16th June,

24

1944.

77 of 1930.

Do.

Do.

33

Do.

No. 98 of 1916.

Do.

No. 99 of 1916

Do.

Do.

Do.

34

Do.

19th June, 1930.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks.

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THE CROWN LANDS RESUMPTION ORDINANCE, 1900.

To the Owner of Wong Nei Chong Inland Lot No. 14 Section A.

No. 390.-It is hereby notified, pursuant to section 16 (2) of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, that an award of $1,362 has been made in respect of the resumption of Wong Nei Chong Inland Lot No. 14 Section A and that the Land Officer, a Government Officer, is hereby appointed to pay the compensation so awarded, together with interest thereon as prescribed by the said Ordinance, at his office, and during Government office hours between 11 o'clock in the forenoon of Friday, the 27th day of June, 1930 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Friday, the 27th day of June, 1930. If no claim be made for the compensation money at the place, and within the time appointed the officer appointed as above will cause such money to be paid into the Treasury, and the provisions of section 16 (5) and (6) of the said Ordinance as to claim within five years, or transfer, thereafter, to the general revenue of the Colony, as the case may be, will apply to the said money.

12th June, 1930.

HAROLD T. CREASY,

Director of Public Works.

THE CROWN LANDS RESUMPTION ORDINANCE, 1900.

To the Owner of Wong Nei Chong Inland Lot No. 97.

$

No. 391.-It is hereby notified, pursuant to section 16 (2) of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, that an award of $814 has been made in respect of the resumption of Wong Nei Chong Inland Lot No. 97 and that the Land Officer, a Govern- ment Officer, is hereby appointed to pay the compensation so awarded, together with interest thereon as prescribed by the said Ordinance, at his office, and during Govern- ment office hours between 11 o'clock in the forenoon of Friday, the 27th day of June, 1930 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Friday, the 27th day of June, 1930. If no claim be made for the compensation money at the place, and within the time appointed the officer appointed as above will cause such money to be paid into the Treasury, and the provisions of section 16 (5) and (6) of the said Ordinance as to claim within five years, or transfer, thereafter, to the general revenue of the Colony, as the case may be, will apply to the said money.

12th June, 1930.

HAROLD T. CREASY,

Director of Public Works.

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 392.

Hong Kong.

   Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Industrial Employment of Women, Young Persons and Children Ordinance, 1922, Ordinance No. 2. of 1922, on the 23rd day of June, 1930.

   The regulations in the Schedule to the Industrial Employment of Women, Young Persons and Children Ordinance, 1922, amended as appears in Government Notifications Nos. 627 of 1929 and 215 of 1930, are hereby further amended as follows: ---

(1) Regulations 3 and 4 are rescinded and the following regulation is substituted

therefor:-

4. No person shall employ any child under the age of 12 years in any

industrial undertaking.

(2) Regulation 2A is renumbered "3".

(3) Regulation 10A is amended by the substitution of "9 p.m. and 7 a.m." for

10 p.m. and 6 a.m."

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COUNCIL CHAMBER.

24th June, 1930.

Hong Kong.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

No. 393.

   Order made by the Governor in Council under Regulation No. 4 of the Emergency Regulations (Newspapers, etc.), published in the Regulations of Hong Kong, 1844-1925 page 802.

   The Governor in Council orders the suppression until further order the printing · and publication of the newspaper SHIAO JIH PAO (SIU YAT Po).

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

24th June, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN.

Clerk of Councils.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 27, 1930.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

No. 394.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

No. 3.

Thursday, 19th June, 1930, at 2.30 p.m.

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PRESENT:

HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR (Sir WILLIAM PEEL, K.B.E., C.M.G.).

The Honourable the Officer Commanding the Troops, (Colonel WELLESLEY DOUGLAS STUDHOLME BROWNRIGO, D.S.O.).

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the Colonial Secretary, (Mr. WILFRID THOMAS SOUTHORN, C.M.G.). the Attorney General, (Mr. CHALONER GRENVILLE ALABASTER, K.C.,

O.B.E.).

the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, (Mr. EdwIN RICHARD HALLIFAX,

C.M.G., C.B.E.).

the Colonial Treasurer, (Mr. CHARLES MOILVAINE MESSER, O.B.E.). Mr. HAROLD THOMAS CREASY, C.B.E., (Director of Public Works). Mr. EDWARD DUDLEY CORSCADEN WOLFE, C.M.G., (Inspector General

of Police).

Commander GEORGE FRANCIS HOLE, R.N. (Retired), (Harbour Master). Dr. ARTHUR ROBARTES WELLINGTON, (Director of Medical and Sanitary

Services).

Sir SHOUSON CHOW, Kt.

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Mr. JOHN OWEN HUGHES.

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Mr. CHARLES GORDON STEWART MACKIE.

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Mr. ROBERT HORMUS KOTEWALL, C.M.G., LL.D.

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Mr. Ts'o SEEN-WAN, O.B.E., LL.D.

Mr. JOHN JOHNSTONE PATERSON.

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Mr. ANTONIO FERREIRA BATALHA SILVA-NETTO.

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Mr. PAUL LAUDER.

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Mr. NORMAN LOCKHART SMITH, (Deputy Clerk of Councils).

1. The Council met pursuant to adjournment. His Excellency the Governor

occupied the Chair.

MINUTES.

2. The Minutes of the Meeting held on the 23rd January, 1930, were confirmed.

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OATHS.

3. The Hon. the Officer Commanding the Troops, (Colonel WELLESLEY DOUGLAS STUDIOLME BROWNRIGG, D.S.O.), the Hon. the Attorney General, (Mr. CHALONER GRENVILLE ALABASTER, K.C., O.B.E.), the Hon. Mr. CHARLES GORDON STEWART MACKIE, the Hon. Mr. JOHN JOHNSTONE PATERSON, the Hon. Mr. ANTONIO FERREIRA BATALIA SILVA-NETEO and the Hon. Mr. PAUL, LAUDER, took the oath of allegiance and their seats as Members of Council.

ANNOUNCEMENTS.

4. The Hon. Sir SHorsox Chow, Kt., on behalf of the Unofficial Members welcomed

His Excellency the Governor.

His Excellency the Governor replied.

PAPERS.

5. The following papers were laid on the table :--

Anglo-Japanese Treaty of Commerce and Navigation of 1911-effective from

7th June, 1929.

Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 27 of the Arms

and Ammunition Ordinance, 1900, on 21st January, 1930,

By-law made under section 16 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance,

1903, on 23rd January, 1930.

The Dangerous Drugs Ordinance, 1923,

Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 4 of the Dangerous

Drugs Ordinance, 1923, on 25th January, 1930.

The Merchant Shipping (Convention) Act, 1914.

Amendment to the China Order in Council, 1925.

Additional Instructions regarding the Precedence of Members of the Legisla-

tive Council.

Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Watchmen

Ordinance, 1928, on 18th February, 1930.

Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the

Watchmen Ordinance, 1928, on 18th February, 1930.

Rules governing the award of Certificates of Honour.

Commercial Treaty between Great Britain and Honduras.-Denunication by

Honduras.

Declaration under the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, Ordinance No. 10

of 1899, Table L, Quarantine Regulations, on 10th March, 1930.

Rule made by the Governor in Council under section 1 (8) of the Merchant

Shipping Ordinance, 1899, on 5th March, 1930.

Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Registra-

tion of Imports and Exports Ordinance, 1922, on 20th March, 1930. Appointment under the London Missionary Society Incorporation Ordinance,

1891.

Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 4 of the Importation

and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, on 21st March, 1930.

Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Vehicles

and Traffic Regulation Ordinance, 1912, on 5th April, 1930.

Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Industrial Employment of Women, Young Persons and Children Ordinance, 1922, on 17th April, 1930.

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Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 37 (2) of the

Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, on 23rd April, 1930.

Declaration under the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, Ordinance No. 10

of 1899, Table L, Quarantine Regulations, on 30th April, 1930.

Declaration under the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, Ordinance No. 10

of 1899, Table L, Quarantine Regulations, on 6th May, 1930.

Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 12 of the Female

Domestic Service Ordinance, 1923, on 7th May, 1930.

Order made by the Governor in Council under section 7 of the Pharmacy and

Poisons Ordinance, 1916, on 8th May, 1930.

Modus Vivendi between Great Britain and Northern Ireland and Turkey.

Article 16 of the General Treaty between Great Britain and Northern Ireland

and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.

Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 39 (8) of the

Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, on 10th May, 1930.

Regulation made by the Governor in Council under sections 25 (4) and 33 (2)

of the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, on 30th May, 1930.

Passenger Certificates granted under the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899. Order made by the Governor under section 2 of the Public Revenue Protection

Ordinance, 1927, on 12th June, 1930.

Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 3 (1) (b) of the

Tobacco Ordinance, 1916, on 12th June, 1930.

Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Post Office

Ordinance, 1926, on 10th June, 1930.

Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 3 (2) of the

Electricity Supply Ordinance, 1911, on 11th June, 1930.

Administration Reports, 1929 :--

Part I.-General Administration:-

Financial Returns for the year 1929.

Report on the Finances.

Report on the Assessment for the year 1930-1931.

Report of the Secretary for Chinese Affairs.

Report of the Harbour Master.

Report of the Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

Report of the Director of the Royal Observatory, Hong Kong.

Part II.-Law and Order :-

Report of the Registrar of the Supreme Court.

Report of the Official Receiver and Registrar of Trade Marks

and Letters Patent.

Report of the Police Magistrates' Courts.

Report of the Land Officer.

Report of the Superintendent of Prisons.

Part III.-Public Health :-

Report of the Botanical and Forestry Department.

Part IV.-Education:-

Report of the Director of Education.

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Part VI.-Public Works:-

Report of the Director of Public Works.

Part VII.-Undertakings of Government :-

Report of the General Post Office.

Report on the Kowloon-Canton Railway (British Section).

Sessional Papers, 1930:-

No. 1.-Jurors List for 1930.

No. 2. Report of the Playing Fields Committee.

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No. 3.-Correspondence relating to the Salaries Commission, 1928.

No. 4.-Information collected from Bangkok, Colombo, Manila, Saigon, Shanghai and Singapore in the matter of the charge made for water and the steps taken to check wastage of water.

QUESTIONS.

6. The Hon. Dr. R. H. KOTEWALL, C.M.G., pursuant to notice, asked the following

questions:-

1. Will the Government give the following information concerning Juvenile

Offenders in respect of the year 1929-

(a) The number of boys and the number of girls, both under the age of 16 years (European reckoning), who were brought before the Magistrates.

(b) The respective numbers of such boys and girls who were con-

victed, with a classification showing--

(1) the number sent to prison;

(2) the number of previous convictions;

(3) whether the convictions were for felony or for other

offences;

(4) in the latter case, the number of convictions under

the Hawkers Regulations.

(c) The number of boys on whom the punishment of whipping was inflicted by order of the Magistrates, showing the number who received such punishment more than once during the period, with a classification showing the type of offences for which the punishment was inflicted.

2. Will the Government also state :

(a) Whether or not children under the age of 16 years (European reckoning), while being detained at the Police Court or at the Gaol or in the precincts thereof awaiting trial, are so detained in company with adults who are charged with an offence, and who are not the relatives of such children.

(b) Whether or not such children, on being tried by a Magistrate, are placed in the dock with adult defendants who are not charged jointly with such children.

The Colonial Secretary replied as follows:-

1.-(a) Boys

Girls

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(b) Boys (1). (2).

.. 131

172

(3) and (4) Felonies

268

Hawking

377

Other offences.

340

Girls (1).

5

(2).

5

(3) and (4) Felonies

7

Hawking

73

Other offences.

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(c) 433 whippings were inflicted ou boys of which 177 were for felonies,

125 for hawking and 131 for other offences.

There is no record of how many boys received this punish-

ment more than once.

2.-(a) and (b) Yes, except in cases where bail has been found, when the juveniles charged are not detained and, when brought before the magistrate, are not placed in the dock.

REPORTS OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE.

7. The Colonial Secretary laid on the table the Reports of the Finance Committee (Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6), dated 13th February, 13th March, 10th April, 15th May and 22nd May, 1930, respectively, and moved their adoption.

The Colonial Treasurer seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

MOTIONS.

8. The Colonial Secretary moved the following resolution:--

That with reference to the Colonial Secretary's motion of 2nd May, 1929, this Council approves the expenditure during 1929 of a further sum of $41,188.32 on the Aberdeen Water Scheme, this sum to be charged as an advance from the surplus balances of the funds of the Colony pending the raising of a further loan.

The Colonial Treasurer seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

9. The Colonial Secretary moved the following resolution :----

That with reference to the Colonial Secretary's motion passed on 23rd September, 1929, this Council approves the expenditure of a further sum of $613,922.73 from loan funds on the Shing Mun Valley Scheme during the year 1930.

The Colonial Treasurer seconded.

Question--put and agreed to.

10. The Colonial Secretary moved the following resolution :-

That with reference to the Colonial Secretary's motion passed on 23rd September, 1929, this Council authorises the further sum of $3,041.58

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to be charged to the Public Works (1927) Loan for the construction of the Kai Tak Aerodrome and further approves the expenditure of this sum during the year 1929.

The Colonial Treasurer seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

11. The Colonial Secretary moved the following resolution :

That this Council approves the recommendations of the Salaries Commission published in Sessional Paper No. 7 of 1929 as modified by the Governor's despatch No. 37 of the 22nd January, 1930, and approved by the Secretary of State for the Colonies in his telegram of the 25th March, 1930, published in Sessional Paper No. 3 of 1930, and further modified by the exclusion of the High Cost of Living allowance referred to in paragraph 12 of the Commissioners report and the rent allowance for dollar salaried officers of less than 10 years' service referred to in para- graph 180 of the report which allowances shall not be provided without further specific sanction of this Council, and accordingly resolves that a sum of $1,628,917 be charged upon the Revenue and other funds of the Colony in addition to the sums already provided in the Estimates for 1930 for the purpose of carrying into effect as from the 1st of January, 1930,

the recommendations so modified.

The Secretary for Chinese Affairs seconded.

The Hon. Mr. J. OWEN HUGHES addressed Council and said that as the Govern- ment had adopted the present course of action it would be necessary for the first of his two motions to be put as an amendment and trusted that His Excellency would accept it in this form. The amendment was as

follows:-

That in view of the far reaching effect of the Commissioners' Report on employment generally and the community as a whole and the large expenditure of public money involved, His Excellency the President of this Council be invited to appoint a Committee consisting of Government Nominees, Representatives of employers and employees and others having a broad knowledge of the conditions of employ- ment in this Colony, to investigate the Report of the Commissioners and make a Report thereon to the Government for further con- sideration.

The Hon. Mr. C. G. S. MACKIE addressed Council supporting the amendment.

The Colonial Secretary replied and stated that the Government was unable to

accept the amendment.

His Excellency addressed the Council and said that though the Government were unable to support the resolution proposed by the Hon. Member he was prepared to accept his second resolution regarding the appointment of a retrenchment committee.

On the amendment being put to vote it was declared lost. Ten Members voted against and six, the Hon. Mr. J. OWEN HUGHES, Hon. Mr. C. G. S. MACKIE, Hon. Mr. R. H. KOTEWALL, Hon. Mr. S. W. Ts'o, Hon. Mr. J. J. PATERSON and Hon. Mr. A. F. B. SILVA-NETTO, for the amendment.

Hon. Sir SHOUSON CHOW and Hon. Mr. PAUL LAUDER abstained from voting.

The Hon. Dr. R. H. KOTEWALL, C.M.G., moved the following amendment:

That the recommendations of the Salaries Commission as modified by the Government be not accepted, and that, as an alternative, the temporary High Cost of Living Allowance approved by the Finance Committee on the 10th April, 1930, be continued until this Council shall otherwise

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decide, and a similar allowance equivalent to Ten per cent of their salaries be granted to the dollar-paid employees in the Civil Service of Hong Kong, with effect from the 1st January, 1930.

The Hon. Mr. A. F. B. SIVA-NETTO seconded.

The Hon. Mr. S. W. Ts'o and Hon. Mr. J. OWEN HUGHES addressed Council

supporting the amendment.

The Colonial Secretary addressed the Council and said that the Government was

unable to accept the amendment.

The Hon. Dr. R. H. KOTEWALL, C.M.G. replied.

On the amendment being put to vote it was declared lost. Ten Members voted against and six, Hon. Mr. J. OWEN HUGHES, Hon. Mr. C. G. S. MACKIE, Hon. Mr. R. H. KOTEWALL, Hon. Mr. S. W. Ts'o, Hon. Mr. J. J. PATERSON and Hon. Mr. A. F. B. SILVA-NETIO for the amendment.

Hon. Sir SHOUSON CHOW and Hon. Mr. PAUL LAUDER abstained from voting.

The original resolution was then put to the meeting and was declared carried.

12. The Hon. Mr. J. OWEN HUGHES moved the following resolution :-

That it is desirable in the interests of this Colony that His Excellency the President of this Council be invited to appoint a Committee to be called "a Retrenchment Committee" for the purpose of advising the Government where, and the manner in which, economy in expenditure can, and should be made, in the personnel and administration of this Colony.

The Hon. Mr. R. H. KOTEWALL, C.M.G., LL.D. seconded.

Question--put and agreed to.

13. The Colonial Secretary moved the following resolution :-

Resolved that the duties on tobacco set forth in section 6 of the Tobacco Ordinance, 1916, Ordinance No. 10 of 1916, be altered and that, subject to the provisions of sub-section (3) of the said section, the duty payable (i) upon all tobacco imported into the Colony after the coming into operation of this resolution, and (77) upon all dutiable tobacco already in the Colony at the coming into operation of this resolution, shall be as follows per pound weight.

.1.- On unmanufactured tobacco:

(1) If unstripped :

(a) containing 10 pounds or more of moisture

per 100 pounds weight thereof.....

.75 cents.

(b) containing less than 10 pounds of moisture

per 100 pounds weight thereof.............. 84 cents.

(2) If stripped:

(a) containing 10 pounds or more of moisture

per 100 pounds weight thereof...90 cents.

$1.00.

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(b) containing less than 10 pounds of moisture

per 100 pounds weight thereof....

B.-On manufactured tobacco :---

(1) Cigars

(2) Cigarettes ....

(3) Other manufactured tobacco, including snuff

and eigar cuttings..........

The Colonial Treasurer seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

$2.00.

1.00.

1.00.

14. Motor Spirit Bill.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the First reading of a Bill intituled "An Ordinance to provide for the taxation of Light Hydrocarbon Oils."

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

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15. Hon. Sir SHOUSON CHOW, Kt., on behalf of the Members of Council bade the

Colonial Secretary farewell on his impending departure from the Colony. The Colonial Secretary replied.

ADJOURNMENT.

16. The Council then adjourned until Thursday, the 26th day of June, 1930.

Confirmed this 26th day of June, 1930.

N. L. SMITH,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

W. PEEL,

Governor.

  No. 395.-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. 4 of 1930.--An Ordinance to provide for the taxation of Light

Hydrocarbon Oils.

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No. 4 of 1930.

I assent.

W. PEEL,

L.S.

Governor.

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27th June, 1930.

An Ordinance to provide for the taxation of

Light Hydrocarbon Oils.

[27th June, 1930.

BE it enacted by the Governor of Hong Kong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:-

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Motor Spirit Short title. Ordinance, 1930.

2. In this Ordinance,

(a) "Dutiable light oils means light oils which are not exempt from duty and on which the duty has not been paid and includes light oils which have paid duty if subsequently reimported.

(b) "Duty-paid light oils" means light oils on which the full duty leviable by law has been paid.

(c) "Export" means to carry out of the Colony or to cause to be carried out of the Colony, and includes the carriage out of the Colony of light oils which were imported into the Colony.

(d) "Gallon" means the Imperial gallon.

(e) "General bonded warehouse" means a place appointed by the Superintendent for the warehousing of dutiable light oils into which dutiable light oils may be removed by the licensee of such general bonded warehouse without a permit direct from the ship on which they were imported or from the Railway premises.

Interpreta- tion.

(f) "Hydrocarbon Oils" means petroleum oils, 18 & 19 Geo. coal tar, and oils produced from coal, shale, peat or 5. Ch. 17.

other bituminous substance

Sec. 2 (9). substance and all liquid hydrocarbons.

any

(g) "Import" means to carry into the Colony or to cause to be carried into the Colony.

(h) "Licensed warehouse" means any place, other than a general bonded warehouse, appointed by the Superintendent for the warehousing of dutiable light oils.

(i) "Light oils" means hydrocarbon oils of which not less than fifty per cent by volume distils at a temperature not exceeding one hundred and eighty- five degrees centigrade, or of which not less than ninety five per cent. by volume distils at a tempera- ture not exceeding two hundred and forty degrees. centigrade, or which give off an inflammable vapour at a temperature of less than 22.8 degrees centigrade when tested in the manner prescribed by any regula- tions for the time being in force under this ordinance and includes the oils specified in the Fourth Schedule. Fourth

Schedule.

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Regulations.

First Schedule.

(j) **Manufacture" includes every kind of pre- paration, mixing, and treatment, except packing and unpacking.

() "Master" includes every person, except a pilot, having command or charge of any ship.

(1) "Person", except so far as relates to the imposition of the penalty of imprisonment, includes a body corporate and a firm.

(m) "Police station includes the offices of the Superintendent.

(n) "Railway" means the Kowloon Canton Rail- way, British Section.

(o) "Ship" includes every description of vessel used in navigation or for the carriage of goods.

(p) "Superintendent" means the Superintendent of Imports and Exports and any Assistant Superin- tendent of Imports and Exports.

3.-(1) It shall be lawful for the Governor in Council to make regulations for any of the following

purposes:

(a) the restriction, regulation, and control of the importation, exportation, manufacture, sale and possession of light oils;

(b) the time and mode of collection of the duty on light oils and the granting of drawback on exported light oils:

(e) the licensing, regulation, and control of general bonded warehouses and licensed warehouses and the control of the dutiable light oils stored therein:

(d) the imposing of conditions to be observed by applicants for licences and permits and by the holders of licences and permits;

(c) generally for the purpose of carrying into

effect the provisions of this Ordinance.

(2) Subject to the exercise of the above powers, the regulations contained in the First Schedule shall be in force from the commencement of this Ordinance and shall be deemed to have been made under this Ordinance.

Bees.

Third Schedule.

Schedules.

4.-(1) It shall be lawful for the Governor in Council to prescribe the fees, if any, to be paid for licences and permits.

(2) Subject to the exercise of the above power. the fees specified in the Third Schedule shall be in force from the commencement of this Ordinance.

5. It shall be lawful for the Governor in Council to amend in any way whatsoever any of the Schedules to this Ordinance.

Duties.

Duties generally.

[18 & 19

6.-(1) Duty at the rate of fifteen cents per gallon shall be payable on all light oils imported into the Colony on or after the first day of July ninteen 7. s. 2. (1).] hundred and thirty and on all light oils so imported before that date and landed in the Colony on or after

Gen. 5. Ch.

that date.

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(2) Duty at the rate of fifteen cents per gallon [18 & 19 shall also be payable on all light oils which on the Geo. 5 Ch. first day of July nineteen hundred and thirty were

                        17. s. 2. (2).] in the Colony and in the ownership or possession of any person who on that date held more than one thousand gallons thereof.

(3) In the case of hydrocarbon oils in or removed to a refinery for manufacture into light oils a duty of fifteen cents per gallon shall be charged on the delivery of such light oils from the refinery; provided that in the case of such light oils being removed from a refinery under an export permit, no duty shall be payable.

(4) Duty shall not be payable in respect of stores of light oils purchased or imported as ships stores or on account of His Majesty's Government or of the Government of the Colony.

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7.-(1) It shall be lawful for the

egislative Alteration of

Legislative Council,

Council by resolution to increase, decrease, recast, duties by abolish or vary to any extent and in any manner whatsoever, any of the duties imposed at any time by or under this Ordinance, or to impose new duties on any light oils thereafter to be imported into the Colony or already in the Colony at the time of coming into operation of such resolution.

(2) Every such resolution shall come into operation at the time of the passing thereof unless some other time be specified in such resolution.

when duties are altered or repealed.

8.-(1) When any new duty is imposed and when Provision for any duty is increased and any light oils are delivered contracts on or after the day on which the new or increased duty takes effect, in pursuance of a contract made before that day, and the seller has paid such new or increased duty, he may in the absence of any agree- ment to the contrary recover as an addition to the contract price a sum equal to the amount paid by him in respect of the light oils on account of the new duty or the increase of duty, as the case may be.

(2) When any duty is repealed or decreased and any light oils affected by the duty are delivered on or after the day on which the duty ceases

or the decrease in duty takes effect, in pursuance of a contract made before that day, the buyer, in the absence of any agreement to the contrary, may, if the seller has had in respect of those light oils the benefit of the repeal or decrease in the duty, deduct from the contract price a sum equal to the amount of the duty or the decrease of duty, as the case may be.

(3) When any addition to or deduction from the contract price may be made under this section on account of any new or repealed duty, such sum as may be agreed upon, or in default of agreement as may be determined by the Superintendent, as representing in the case of a new duty any expenses incurred and in the case of a repealed duty any expenses saved may be included in the addition to or deduction from the contract price and may be recover- ed or deducted accordingly.

(4) This section shall apply although the light oils may have undergone some process of manufacture.

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When duty payable.

Receipt for duty. Second Schedule. Form No. 10.

Recovery of duty. Ordinance No. 6 of 1875.

Light oils to to presumed

to be duti- able.

Restrictions

9.-(1) The duty on light oils imported into the Colony shall be payable as follows:-

(a) If the light oils are not forthwith removed into a general bonded or licensed warehouse, and are not removed for immediate re-export under an export permit issued under this Ordinance, the duty shall be payable before the removal of the light oils from the ship on which they were imported or from the Railway premises, as the case may be.

(b) If the light oils are forthwith removed into a general bonded or licensed warehouse, the duty shall be payable before the removal of the light oils from such general bonded or licensed warehouse, or from some other general bonded or

or licensed warehouse in which the light oils have been stored with the permission of the Superintendent, unless such removal is for immediate export.

(2) The duty upon light oils manufactured in the Colony shall be payable before the removal of such light oils from the place in which they are manu- factured, unless such removal is for export or is into a general bonded or licensed warehouse. If the light oils are removed into a general bonded or licensed warehouse, the duty shall be payable before removal from such bonded or licensed warehouse.

(3) No duty shall be payable under this section in respect of any stores of light oils purchased or imported on account of His Majesty's Government or the Government of the Colony.

10. The Superintendent shall give a receipt in the form in the Second Schedule for any duty received by him under this Ordinance.

11. Any duty payable or sun forfeited under this Ordinance may be recovered in all respects in the same manner as Crown rents, assessments, fees or forfeitures are recovered under the Crown Remedies Ordinance, 1875, upon a certificate purporting to be under the hand of the Treasurer.

12. In all proceedings under this Ordinance in respect of any light oils, and in all proceedings for the recovery of any duty imposed by or under this Ordinance, the light oils to which the proceedings relate shall be presumed to be dutiable light oils unless the person against whom the proceedings have been taken proves to the court or magistrate that the proper duty has been paid upon them.

Movement and possession.

13. No person shall import, export, move, sell, on dealings buy, manufacture or have in his possession, custody with light

or control any light oils except in accordance with oils.

the provisions of this Ordinance and of all regulations made thereunder.

Route of

14. (1) No light oils shall be imported or export- importation ed except by aircraft, railway or sea. and exportation.

(2) All light oils imported by the Railway shall be consigned through to Kowloon by railway invoice.

(3) It shall be lawful for the Superintendent either generally or in any particular case to grant exemption from any of the provisions of this section.

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allowed to be

15.-(1) The owners, charterers, agents, master Light oils and compradore of every ship shall not allow the dis- not to be charge of any light oils from the ship without a permit discharged unless the light oils are delivered direct to the licensee of a general bonded warehouse or his servant for a permit or removal direct into a general bonded warehouse. into a gen-

except under

eral bonded

(2) If any light oils are discharged from a ship warehouse. without a permit and are not delivered direct to the licensee of a general bonded warehouse or his servant for removal direct into a general bonded warehouse, the owners, characterers, agents, master and com- pradore of the ship shall be deemed to have allowed the light oils to be so discharged and shall be deemed to be guilty of an offence against this Ordinance, unless it shall be proved to the court or magistrate that the light oils were so discharged without the knowledge of the person charged and that such person had taken all reasonable precautions to prevent any such discharge.

16. No person other than the licensee of a Light oils general bonded warehouse shall remove any light oil: not to be from any ship or from any Railway premises except removed

from a ship under and in accordance with the conditions of :

                         or from the permit issued under this Ordinance, and if the licensee Railway of a general bonded warehouse removes any light oils premises from a ship or from any Railway premises without permit he shall forthwith remove such light direct into a general bonded warehouse.

oils

except under a permit or

by the licen- see of a general bonded warehouse into such warehouse.

17. No person shall remove any light oils from any Removal of general bonded or licensed warehouse except under light oils and in accordance with the conditions of a permit issued under this Ordinance.

from gen-

eral bonded or licensed warehouse.

re-

Light oils

18. No person shall re-land or permit to be landed any light oils shipped under any permit or shipped knowingly neglect or omit to cause such light oils under a

permit not to be exported in accordance with the terms of such to be re- permit.

Janded.

not landed or tran-

19. (1) Light oils imported on board any ship Light oils and intended to be exported on board the same ship which are without landing or transhipment or to be used as ships stores while the ship is in the waters of the shipped. Colony shall during the whole time that the ship is in the waters of the Colony be kept in a place of safety under the custody and control of the master.

(2) The Superintendent and any person authorised by him in writing either generally or in any particular instance shall be permitted at all times to inspect such light oils and to place seals on any container or place in which they may be.

(3) No seal so placed shall without the permission of the Superintendent be broken while the ship is in the waters of Colony.

20. No dutiable light oils shall be removed for Dutiable export from any general bonded

Light oils or licensed ware-

                     removed for house in tins, cases, drums or other similar receptacles unless the same are permanently marked by stencil or otherwise on the outside with the words "For Export' in letters not less than three inches high.

21. No person shall move any dutiable light oils Dutiable except in such quantities as may be approved by light oils the Superintendent or may be appointed by regula- not to be

tions made under this Ordinance.

moved

except in certain quantities.

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Restrictions

22.-(1) Except with the permission of the Super-

on possession intendent, no person shall have in his possession,

of dutiable

light oils.

Possession of light oils illegally im- ported, moved or manufac- tured.

Restrictions on sale of dutiable light oils.

Import statements to be

furnished.

Export statements to be furnished.

Contents of import and export statements.

Second

Schedule.

Forms Nos. 11, 12.

custody or control any dutiable light oils unless such light oils are-

(a) on board the ship on which they were im-

ported and duly entered on the manifest;

(b) on the Railway premises under the control of the Railway Authorities with their knowledge of its nature;

(c) in a general bonded or licensed warehouse; (d) on board the ship on which they are to be exported and are also covered by an export permit;

(e) under the immediate physical control of the licensee of a general bonded warehouse or his servant and in course of removal direct to such warehouse from the ship on which they were imported or from the Railway premises; or

(f) under the immediate physical control of the holder a removal or export permit or his servant and in course of removal in accord- ance with the conditions of such permit direct to the place to which removal is authorised by such permit.

(2) The onus of proving that the light oils were in course of direct removal shall be on the person in whose possession, custody or control such light oils are found.

23. No person shall, without the permission of the Superintendent, receive into or have in his possession, custody or control any light oils which were illegally imported, moved or manufactured.

24. No person shall sell, offer for sale, or buy any dutiable light oils stored elsewhere than in a general bonded or licensed warehouse or on board the ship on which they were imported or on the Railway premises.

25. The owners, charterers, agents and master of every ship on which any light oils are imported shall within four hours after the arrival of such ship in the waters of the Colony, or so soon thereafter as the office of the Superintendent is open, furnish to the Superintendent a true, accurate and complete statement of all light oils imported thereon.

26. The owners, charterers, agents and master of every ship on which any light oils are exported shall within twenty-four hours after the departure of such ship furnish to the Superintendent a true, accurate and complete statement of all light oils exported thereon.

27. Every import or export statement furnished in accordance with the provisions of this Ordinance shall be signed by the party furnishing it and shall contain such particulars as may be appointed by the Superintendent and in default of such appointment shall be in the respective forms in the Second Schedule.

Licences. generally.

Licences.

28. (1) It shall be lawful for the Superintendent to issue the following licences:

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(b) Licensed warehouse licence.

(c) Manufacturers licence.

(d) Importers licence.

(e) Retailers licence.

(f) Such other licences as the Governor in

Council may appoint.

(2) Such licences may be in the respective forms in the Second Schedule or in such other form as the Second Governor in Council may appoint.

(3) Every such license shall be valid for one year only from the date of issue thereof but may be renewed from year to year.

(4) The grant or renewal of any such licence shall be in the absolute discretion of the Superintendent.

Schedule. Forms Nos. 1-5.

29.-(1) No person shall manufacture light oils except under and in accordance with a manufacturers Manu- licence.

(2) The licensed premises of the holder of a manu- facturers licence shall for all purposes of this Ordin- ance be deemed to be a licensed warehouse.

facturers licence.

licence.

30. No person shall import any light oils for sale Importers except under and in accordance with an importers licence.

31. No person shall sell any light oils by retail Retailers except under and in accordance with a retailers licence.

licence.

32. (1) Every licensee under this Ordinance shall Inspection

of premises at all times allow the Superintendent or any revenue

of licensee. officer to enter his premises and to inspect the stock of light oils therein and to take samples thereof and to inspect and make copies of and extracts from any books of account kept in connexion therewith and any other documents relating thereto.

(2) Such licensee shall produce all such books and documents on demand.

or Licensee to

33. The licensee of every general bonded licensed warehouse shall be liable for the payment of be liable for duty and to all duties payable in respect of any light oils at any

prevent time stored therein, and shall prevent the removal illegal of any light oils therefrom except in accordance with removal. the provisions of this Ordinance and of all regulations. made thereunder.

34. If it shall appear at any time that there is a Deficiency

of dutiable deficiency in any general bonded or licensed ware-

light oils in house in the quantity of dutiable light oils which general ought to be found stored therein, the licensee of such bonded or general bonded or licensed warehouse shall be liable licensed to pay to the Superintendent the duty leviable upon such deficiency, and shall in the absence of proof to the contrary be presumed to have removed such light oils without a permit.

warehouse.

35. It shall be lawful for the Governor in Council Power of to grant to any person or persons licensed to import Governor in

                           Council to and warehouse light oils an exemption from such

                       grant to of the provisions of this ordinance as he shall think licensed fit provided that any such exemption shall be subject importers to such conditions as may be appointed by the conditiona!

Governor in Council.

exemption

from any provisions of this

Ordinance.

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Permits generally.

Second Schedule. Forms Nos. 6, 7, 8, 9.

Export permits.

Permits.

36.-(1) It shall be lawful for the Superintendent to issue the following permits :-

(a) to remove duty-paid light oils from a ship or from the Railway premises or from a general bonded or licensed warehouse;

(b) to remove dutiable light oils from a ship to a licensed warehouse or from a general bonded or licensed warehouse to a general bonded warehouse or to a licensed ware- house;

(c) to remove dutiable light oils from a ship or from the Railway premises or from a general bonded or licensed warehouse for export; (d) such other permits as the Superintendent

may consider necessary.

(2) Such permits may be in the respective forms in the Second Schedule or in such other form as the Superintendent may prescribe.

(3) Before issuing any permit it shall be lawful for the Superintendent to demand the production of all or any invoices, bills of lading or other documents relating to the light oils in question, and the person applying for the permit shall on such demand produce all such documents.

(4) Every person who applies for any export permit shall submit to the Superintendent the application and permit in triplicate, and every person who applies for any other permit shall submit to the Superin- tendent the application and permit in duplicate.

(5) Every application for a permit under this Ordinance shall be signed by the applicant, and if the applicant is a body corporate or a firm the application shall be signed also by some employé or agent of such body corporate or firm, and in the case of a Chinese firm the application shall also be chopped with the chop of the firm.

(6) Every person who has obtained a permit under this Ordinance and who has not availed himself thereof on the date for which it was issued shall return such permit to the Superintendent within twenty-four hours after such date or so soon there- after as the office of the Superintendent is open.

37.--(1) Export permits shall be issued in duplicate and the exporter shall procure a receipt for the light oils in question to be indorsed on one copy of such permit by the master or mate of the ship on which the light oils are to be exported and shall forthwith deliver such copy so indorsed to the Superintendent.

(2) The Superintendent may, instead of issuing the duplicate copy of the export permit to the exporter, deliver it to a revenue officer who shall thereupon accompany the light oils on board the ship on which they are to be exported.

(3) The Superintendent may refuse to issue any export permit until such time before the proposed sailing of the ship on which the light oils are to be exported as he may consider reasonable.

(4) The Superintendent may refuse to issue any export permit to export dutiable light oils as ships stores unless the application for the permit is indorsed by the master or agent of the ship to the effect that the light oils are for ships use.

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(5) No export permit shall be necessary for the exportation of any light oils which are without land- ing or transhipment into any other ship, exported on the ship on which they were imported.

Revenue officers.

38. (1) The Superintendent may appoint such Revenue persons as he may think fit to act as revenue officers officers. under this Ordinance and may at any time cancel any such appointment.

(2) The Superintendent may in case of any absence from duty or breach of discipline or neglect of duty on the part of any revenue officer order such revenue officer to forfeit any sum not exceeding ten dollars.

(3) No revenue officer shall desert or absent himself from his duty or be guilty of any breach of discipline or neglect of duty.

(4) Every revenue officer shall on ceasing for any cause to be a revenue officer, and at any time on demand by the Superintendent, deliver up his badge of office to the Superintendent.

(5) Every revenue officer under this Ordinance and every person having the powers of a revenue officer under this Ordinance and every police officer when acting against any person under this Ordinance shall on demand declare his office and produce his badge.

(6) The following shall have all the powers of a revenue officer under this Ordinance:

(a) the Superintendent;

(b) all police officers;

(c) all revenue officers appointed under the

Liquors Consolidation Ordinance, 1911;

(d) all

revenue officers appointed under the Tobacco Ordinance, 1916;

(e) all revenue officers appointed under the

Opium Ordinance, 1923;

Ordinance No. 9 of 1911.

Ordinance No. 10 of 1916.

Ordinance No. 30 of

(f) all Railway officials not below the rank of 1923.

traffic inspector.

Search, examination and arrest.

39. Any box, chest, package or other article (not Examination being passengers baggage accompanied by the owner) of articles which is being landed from or is being embarked on (other than any ship or has been recently landed from any ship passengers or is in or on board any ship (not being or having the baggage) on

                      accompanied status of a ship of war), islet, landing place, wharf, shore, ship, warehouse or place adjoining any wharf or used in wharf, and connection therewith, or which is being removed from

                      other places. any such ship, islet or other place, or which is being brought into or has recently been brought into the Colony by land-

(a) may be examined and searched by any revenue officer, and may be detained until any person in charge thereof shall have opened the same to admit of such examina- tion and search, and in default of such opening may be removed by such officer to such place as the Superintendent may direct. (b) may be broken open by the orders of any revenue officer authorised by the Superin- tendent in that behalf either generally or for a particular occasion or of any police officer

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Search of

warrant.

not below the rank of sergeant to facilitate such examination and search: Provided that any person in charge or possession of such box, chest, package or other article shall be afforded every reasonable facility for being present at such breaking open, examination and search.

40. Any revenue or police officer may proceed ship without without warrant on board any ship (such ship not being or having the status of a ship of war) and search the same and may seize any light oils found during such search which contravene any of the provisions of this Ordinance and may take the same and also any person in whose possession they may have been found, into Custody or to the office of the Superin- tendent for directions.

Search of

with warrant.

41.--(1) Where it appears to any magistrate upon place or ship the oath of any person, that there is reasonable cause to believe that in any place, or on board any ship (not being or having the status of a ship of war), there are concealed or deposited any light oils subject to forfeiture or with respect to which an offence has been committed or is about to be committed against this Ordinance, such magistrate may, by his warrant directed to any revenue or police officer, empower such officer, by day or by night-

Search of

warrant.

(a) to enter such place, or to go on board such ship, and there to search for and take possession of any such light oils; and

(b) to arrest any person being in such place or ship, in whose possession such light oils may be found, or whom such officer may reason- ably suspect to have concealed or deposited any such light oils in such place or ship or thereabout.

(2) Such officer inay, if necessary,-

(a) break open any outer or inner door of any dwellinghouse, shop, or other building or place, and enter thereinto;

(b) forcibly enter such ship and every part

thereof;

(c) remove by force any obstruction to such entry, search, seizure and removal as he is empowered to effect;

(d) detain every person found in such place or on board such ship until such place or ship has been searched;

(c) seize and detain any such light oils found in

such place or ship; and

(f) seize and detain any such light oils found in any place whatever within the Colony in the possession, custody or control of any of the persons against whom his warrant has been issued.

42. Whenever it appears to any

revenue officers

place without generally or specially authorised in writing by the Superintendent for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this section or to any police officer not below the rank of sergeant that there is reasonable cause to believe that in any place there are concealed or deposited any light oils subject to forfeiture or with respect to which an offence has been committed or is about to be committed against this Ordinance and he shall have reasonable ground for believing that by reason of the delay in obtaining a search warrant the light oils are likely to be removed, the said officers

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in virtue of their office may exercise in, upon and in respect of such place all the powers mentioned in section 41 in as full and ample a manner as if they were empowered to do so by warrant issued under the said section.

43.-(1) Any revenue officer may arrest without Arrest with- warrant any person found committing, or attempting out warrant. to commit, or employing, aiding, or assisting any person to commit, any offence against this Ordinance.

(2) Every person so arrested shall, together with any such light oils found in his possession, be taken into custody or to the office of the Superintendent for directions.

44. No person shall obstruct the Superintendent Obstruction or any revenue or police officer in the carrying out of of inspection any inspection or search authorised by or under this or search. Ordinance or in the execution of any duty imposed or power conferred by or under this Ordinance.

45. Every person required by a revenue officer to Obligation give any information on any subject which it is the to give

information. officer's duty to inquire into under this Ordinance, and which it is in his power to give, shall be legally bound to give such information.

Miscellaneous.

46.-(1) Every person applying for a permit under Power of this Ordinance shall allow the Superintendent or any Superin- person authorised by him in writing either generally tendent to or for a particular occasion to take samples of the samples. light oils to which the application relates.

(2) Every person licensed under this Ordinance and the holder of every permit under this Ordinance shall allow the Superintendent or any other person authorised by him in writing either generally or for a particular occasion to take samples of any light oils in his possession, custody or control.

(3) The Superintendent or the person authorised by him as hereinbefore provided may select the case or receptacle from which the sample is to be taken.

take

47. In all proceedings under this Ordinance and Extracts in all proceedings for the recovery of any duty on from records light oils, the production of any copies of or extracts to be primá from the records of the Superintendent purporting to evidence.

facie be certified by the Superintendent shall be primâ facie evidence of the facts stated or appearing therein or to be inferred therefrom.

48. The magistrate hearing any charge under this Magistrate Ordinance may employ an analyst or other skilled may employ person to report on any technical point, and may to report on

an analyst order the payment of the fee of such analyst by the technical defendant in addition to any other penalty, and such points. fee shall be recoverable in the same way as a penalty imposed under this Ordinance is recoverable.

sufficient

49. At the hearing of any charge under this Certificate of Ordinance, the production of a certificate purporting Government to be signed by the Government or Monopoly Analyst or Monopoly shall be sufficient evidence of the facts therein stated, Analyst to be unless the defendant requires that the Analyst evidence. should be called as a witness, but, if the defendant shall require the Analyst to be called, the magistrate may order him in addition to any other penalty to pay a fee of twenty-five dollars for the attendance of the Analyst, such fee to be recoverable in the same way as a penalty imposed under this Ordinance

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Protection

from discovery.

is recoverable and to be paid into the Treasury. When any such certificate bears the same number or mark as a sealed packet produced by the prosecution at the hearing, it shall, until the contrary is proved, be presumed that such certificate relates to the contents of such packet.

or

50. Except as hereinafter mentioned, no informa- of informers tion laid under this Ordinance shall be admitted in

evidence in

civil any

criminal proceeding whatsoever and no witness shall be obliged or per- mitted to disclose the name or address of any informer under this Ordinance or state any matter which might lead to his discovery. Moreover, if any books, documents or papers which are in evidence or liable to inspection in any civil or criminal proceeding whatsoever contain any entry in which any informer is named or described or which might lead to his discovery, the court shall cause all such passages to be concealed from view or to be obliterated so far as may be necessary to protect the informer from discovery but no further. But if on the trial of any offence under this Ordinance the magistrate after full inquiry into the case believes that the informer wilfully made in his information a material statement which he knew or believed to be false or did not believe to be true or if in any other proceeding the magistrate is of opinion that justice cannot be fully done between the parties thereto without the discovery of the informer, it shall be lawful for the magistrate to require the production of the original information and permit inquiry and require full disclosure con- cerning the informer.

Half of fine may be

awarded to informer.

Respon- sibility for acts of agents and servants.

Service on body cor- porate or firm.

Incorrect Statements

etc.

51. The magistrate may, on the application of the Superintendent, award to an informer any portion of any fine imposed under this Ordinance not exceeding one-half.

52. Every licensee under this Ordinance and the holder of every permit under this Ordinance shall, without prejudice to the liability of any other person, be liable criminally for the acts and omissions of his agents and servants in respect of any offence against this Ordinance, and if such licensee or such permit- holder is himself an agent or servant of a company or firm and the licence or permit has been granted wholly or partly for the benefit of such company or firm, he shall, without prejudice to the liability of any other person, be liable criminally for the acts and omissions of the agents and servants of such company or firm in respect of any offence against. this Ordinance Provided that no person shall be sentenced to imprisonment by virtue only of the provisions of this section.

an

53.-(1) A summons may be served on a body corporate or a firm by leaving a copy thereof with adult at the last-known address of the body corporate or firm, and if the body corporate or firm does not appear in answer to such summons magistrate may proceed ex parte.

the

(2) In answer to such summons, a body corporate may appear by an officer of such body corporate and a firm may appear by a partner or a responsible representative of such firm.

Offences, penalties and forfeitures.

54.-(1) No person shall make any incorrect state- ment or declaration or apply any incorrect description or supply any incorrect particulars in any document made or furnished for the purposes of this Ordinance or in connection with any application for any draw- back or for any licence or permit to be issued under this Ordinance.

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(2) Every person who ships, or causes to be Additional shipped, or produces, or causes to be produced to any penalty for revenue officer to be shipped for exportation any light fraudulently oils not entitled to drawback or any other oils, goods, to obtain

attempting matter or thing as light oils, the same not being light drawback in oils, or fraudulently removes, or conceals any light certain cases. oils or other oils, goods, matter, or thing, with intent (3 and 4, unduly to obtain any drawback on light oils, or any s. 15.) greater drawback than he would otherwise be entitled to, shall upon summary conviction, in addition to all other penalties which he may thereby incur, forfeit either the sum of treble the amount of the drawback sought to be obtained, or the sum of two thousand dollars, at the election of the Superintendent (which election shall be certified by the Superintendent in writing under his hand), and all such light oils or other oils, goods, matters or things shall be forfeited, and may be seized by any revenue officer.

55. Every person who contravenes any of the Offences. provisions of this Ordinance or of any regulations. made thereunder or who fails to observe any condition or restriction imposed by or under this Ordinance shall be deemed to commit an offence against this Ordinance.

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56.--(1) Every person who commits or attempts to Penalties. commit any offence against this Ordinance shall upon. summary conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars, and to imprisonment for any term not exceeding six months.

(2) If the magistrate is of the opinion that any offence committed against this Ordinance was com- mitted with the intent to avoid payment of any duty payable under this Ordinance, he may impose a fine not exceeding ten times the amount of the duty payable on the light oils in respect of which the offence was committed, notwithstanding the fact that such fine may be in excess of the maximum fine authorised by sub-section (1):

Provided that nothing in this sub-section shall affect the power of the magistrate to impose in lieu of or in addition to any fine imposed under this sub- section a sentence of imprisonment for any term authorised by sub-section (1).

57. It shall be lawful for a magistrate to order to Forfeiture of be forfeited to the Crown any light oils with respect light oils. to which any offence against this Ordinance may have been committed, whether any person shall have been convicted of such offence or not, and upon the making of such order of forfeiture the said light oils shall be deemed to be the property of the Crown free from all rights of any person: Provided that it shall be lawful for the Governor in Council in his absolute discretion to entertain and give effect to any moral claim to or in respect of the said light oils.

58.-(1) Upon the failure of any condition of any Forfeiture of bond required as a condition on the granting of any bond. permit or any licence issued under this Ordinance, the sum secured by the bond shall be deemed to be a debt due to the Crown and may be recovered in an action by the Treasurer in the same manner as Crown fees are recovered upon a certificate purporting to be under the hand of the Treasurer.

(2) The recovery of any such sum shall not relieve any person from any other penalty to which he may be liable under this or any other Ordinance.

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Forfeiture of deposit.

Forfeiture of licence.

Seizure and forfeiture of receptacles

59.--(1) Upon the breach of any condition of any permit or any licence issued under this Ordinance, any deposit required as a condition on the granting of such permit or licence shall upon application to a magistrate be declared by him to be forfeited to the Crown.

(2) The forfeiture of any such deposit shall not relieve any person from any other penalty to which he may be liable under this or any other Ordinance.

60. Upon the conviction of any licensee under this Ordinance of any offence against this Ordinance, it shall be lawful for the Governor in Council to forfeit the licence of such licensee.

61.-(1) Whenever it is lawful for any police or revenue officer to seize any light oils, it shall be lawful for him to seize also all the receptacles in which the light oils are contained.

(2) Whenever it is lawful for the magistrate to forfeit any light oils, it shall be lawful for him to forfeit in like manner any ship not exceeding sixty tons net register or any vehicle or receptacle in which the light oils were found.

Passed the Legislative Council of Hong Kong, this 26th day of June, 1930.

N. L SMITH, Deputy Clerk of Councils.

FIRST SCHEDULE.

REGULATIONS.

Drawback.

1. Subject to the conditions contained in the follow- ing regulations a drawback of fifteen cents per gallon shall be paid on duty paid light oils shipped by any permitee as ships stores or exported by him under an Export on Drawback Permit.

2. Every application made with a view to obtain. drawback on any light oils shall contain a declaration by the applicant, which shall be attached to the export permit and shall be signed by such declarant in the presence of a witness, to the effect that the light oils in respect of which drawback is being claimed have been actually shipped for export and are not intended to be relanded in the Colony.

3. No drawback shall be allowed except to the person who originally paid the duty.

4. No drawback shall be allowed unless the permitee (a) shall give twenty-four hours notice in writing of the date and time at which he proposes to commence the loading of the light oils, and all such loading shall take place in the presence of a revenue officer to whom the permitee shall deliver or cause to be delivered an Export on Drawback Permit in triplicate containing full particulars of the shipment and the gross quantity in gallons thereof; (b) the permitee shall provide proper measures to enable the revenue officer to check the quantity of light oils; (c) the permitee shall close and secure all containers and shall seal them to the satisfaction of the Super-

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intendent; (d) the containers when so closed and secured and sealed as aforesaid shall have complete and correct shipping marks on them for the purpose of future identification including a serial mark. They shall also have permanently marked on them by stencil or otherwise the words "Exported on Draw- back" in letters not less than three inches high.

5. In the case of light oils for exportation or for shipment as ships stores the permit after being checked and signed by the revenue officer shall be returned to the permitee who shall be responsible for its return to the Superintendent within forty-eight hours duly signed and certified by a responsible officer of the exporting ship that the light oils have been received on board the ship.

6. No drawback shall be allowed on any light oils on which the full duty has not been paid.

7. No drawback shall be payable unless the claim is made within three working days of the date mentioned in the export permit as the day of ship. ment on which the ship left the port.

8. No drawback shall be allowed unless with the special permission of the Superintendent, on any light oils except in accordance with а certificate of a Government or Monopoly Analyst or Assistant Government Analyst or Assistant Monopoly Analyst, which certificate shall be final and conclusive evidence of the facts stated therein to have been obtained from the examination of such light oils or a sample or samples thereof. The inspecting revenue officer shall be entitled to draw such samples free of charge.

General Bonded Warehouses.

1. In these regulations, "container" shall include any tin, drum, barrel, cask, case, receptacle, tank or other thing in which dutiable light oils are placed for the purpose of carriage, consignment, exportation or storage.

2. Every person in charge of a general bonded ware- house approved by the Superintendent on receiving a request from the master, owner, or agent of any ship lying within the limits of the harbour as defined by the Interpretation Ordinance, 1911, or by any Ordin- ance amending the same, shall forthwith remove from such ship into his general bonded warehouse all such dutiable light oils as such master, owner, or agent may require to be so removed, and shall store such dutiable light oils in his general bonded warehouse to the order of such master, owner, or agent.

3. Any person in charge of any such warehouse on receiving a request from any person holding a permit for the removal of dutiable light oils, which permits the holder to store such dutiable light oils in a general bonded warehouse, shall forthwith store the same in his general bonded warehouse.

No such dutiable light oils shall be received for storage until a permit issued by the Superintendent shall have been produced.

4. (1) Dutiable light oils may be divided into such. classes as the person in charge, with the approval of the Superintendent, may determine, having regard to the rules of the Fire Insurance Association of Hong Kong in so far as such regulations are compatible with the regulations for the storage of inflammable liquids made under the Dangerous Goods Ordinance, 1873, or any Ordinance amending the same or sub- stituted therefor.

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(2) All dutiable light oils placed on storage shall be stored class by class in a portion of the premises specially set apart for that purpose by the person in charge, with the approval of the Superintendent.

(3) All dutiable light oils shall be stowed in such a manner that easy access may be had to any portion thereof, and in such classes as the Superintendent may appoint subject to the provisions of paragraph (1) of this regulation.

(4) In that portion of the premises specially set apart for the storage of dutiable light oils no other cargo shall be stored unless special permission has first been obtained from the Superintendent.

(5) No container of dutiable light oils shall be open- ed except in the presence of a revenue officer. All deficiencies discovered on examination shall be report- ed within 24 hours to the Superintendent.

(6) No empty containers shall be stored in the same place together with dutiable light oils.

(7) Where the contents of a number of containers of any one kind of dutiable light oils in the same consignment are found deficient, full containers shall be made up so far as possible from the deficient con- tainers, and the containers thus becoming empty shall be removed without delay, and the necessary adjust- ments in the books of account shall be made.

5. Every person in charge shall on demand set apart sufficient space in that part of his premises assigned to the storage of dutiable light oils for the purpose of testing, sampling, blending, mixing, re- packing, grading, and reconditioning any dutiable light oils in accordance with any regulations in respect. thereto.

6. Rates for storing and moving dutiable light oils, or for the use of any space under regulation No. 5 of these regulations shall be approved by the Super- intendent,

7. Any person in charge shall, immediately after receiving any dutiable light oils in storage or remov- ing the same, make due entry of such receipt or removal in a special book in a form to be approved by the Superintendent. Such book shall be available for inspection by the Superintendent and any revenue officer, and shall always be kept on the approved premises.

8. Every person in charge of any such warehouse shall furnish daily returns to the Superintendent, in a form to be approved by him, of any dutiable light oils received into or removed from the approved pre- mises, and of all operations mentioned in regulation No. 5 of these regulations.

9. Any loss or contraction of dutiable light oils due. to natural causes or unavoidable accident, or to leak- age, breakage, or deterioration, not due to any neg- ligence or default on the part of the person in charge or his servants, shall be deducted from the stock total of such light oils and no duty shall be charged thereon if such loss is reported to a revenue officer as soon as it is discovered and is certified by him, after examination, to be a loss as aforesaid.

10. If so required by the Superintendent, the per- son in charge shall provide office, sanitary and lava- tory accommodation, with heating, lighting, cleaning, and furniture, and shall maintain the same to the satisfaction of the Superintendent, free of expense to the Crown or Government of the Colony, for the use of the revenue officers in attendance at such ware- house.

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11. The person in charge shall set apart a space clear of all encumbrances and adequately lighted as an examination floor, and shall provide suitable re- ceptacles for holding broken cases and other debris resulting from examination.

12. The person in charge shall provide, to the satis- faction of the Superintendent, free of charge, a suffi- cient supply of accurate measures, beams and scales, or weighing machines, and shall maintain the same in a proper state of repair and adjustment.

He shall also provide a receptacle of a size capable of holding the contents of the largest container of light oils other than those light oils which are stored in bulk.

13. No alterations or repairs to the approved portion of the premises shall be begun without the sanction of the Superintendent. If the nature of such repairs or alterations necessitate the presence of additional revenue officers for the due protection of the revenue, the person in charge shall pay the usual fees for the extra attendance of sufficient revenue officers.

14. The portion of the premises set apart for the storage of dutiable light oils shall be legibly marked on the outside, in English and Chinese, in letters and characters at least 3 inches high with the words "Bonded Warehouse", and with the addition of the words "For Light Oils".

15. Empty containers of all kinds which it is in- tended to refill shall be kept apart from those already filled, and all empty containers which are not intend- ed to be refilled shall be removed at once from the warehouse. Containers left empty after an operation and intended to be refilled must be refilled at once or secured under revenue-lock in a place set apart for the purpose.

16. A bond to secure the duty with one or more sufficient sureties shall be given by the person in charge to the satisfaction of the Superintendent.

17. Except with the special permission of the Superintendent the portions of the approved premises appropriated for the storage of dutiable light oils shall only be opened for 8 hours per day, that is to say, between the hours of 8.30 a.m. and 4.30 p.m.

18. The entrances to the portions of the premises in use for the storage of dutiable light oils shall have strong doors so constructed that when shut they can- not be lifted off their hinges. The doors shall have proper fastenings for securing them with revenue- locks. All fastenings for locks and hinges shall be so constructed that they cannot easily be removed. The windows shall be of sufficient number and size to ensure reasonably good lighting and ventilation, and shall be suitably secured with stout wire mesh, shut- ters, and bars.

19. The person in charge shall not permit any samples of dutiable light oils to be drawn, or any containers to be opened for any purpose, except in the presence of a revenue officer.

20. No person not in the employ of the person in charge shall be allowed entrance to any bonded floor, unless accompanied by a revenue officer.

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Second Schedule Form 13.

Second Schedule Form 14.

Licensed Warehouses.

In these regulations, "container" shall include any tin, drum, barrel, cask, case, receptacle, tank, or other thing in which dutiable light oils are placed for the purpose of carriage, consignment, exportation or storage.

2. Applications for licences shall be made to the Superintendent. Licences shall be in the Form in the Schedule to these regulations.

3. No structural alteration to any licensed premises shall be made without the permission in writing of the Superintendent.

4. No cargo may be stored in a licensed warehouse other than dutiable light oils.

5. All dutiable light oils stored in a licensed ware- house shall be stowed in such a way that easy access may be had to any portion thereof.

6. No licensed warehouse shall be open for the receipt or delivery of dutiable light oils between 4.30 p.m. and 8.30 a.m or on Sundays or public or general holidays except with the permission in writing of the Superintendent, who shall be entitled charge a fee not exceeding three dollars for every hour or portion of an hour in which such licensed warehouse shall be open before 8.30 a.m. or after 4.30 p.m., or on Sundays or public or general holidays.

7. Every licensee shall, immediately after any dutiable light oils are received into or removed from his licensed premises, make due entry of such receipt or removal in a stock book in Form No. 13 in the Second Schedule. All entries shall be made in English unless the Superintendent, in any special case, shall give permission for the use of Chinese.

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8. Every licensee shall, not later than noon every Monday morning (or on the following day if Monday is a public or general holiday) furnish to the Superintendent a return in Form No. 14 in the Second Schedule, concerning all dutiable light oils stored, received and removed during the then previous week.

9. (a) No container of dutiable light oils shall be opened except in the presence of a revenue officer.

(b) No samples shall be drawn except in the presence of a revenue officer, and duty shall be paid on all samples removed from the warehouse.

(c) Any deficiencies discovered on examination shall be reported within 24 hours to the Super- intendent.

(d) No empty container shall be stored in the same place as dutiable light oils.

(e) Where the contents of a number of containers of one kind of dutiable light oils in the same con- signment are found on examination to be deficient, full containers shall so far as possible, be made up from the partially empty containers, and the com- pletely empty containers shall be removed at once from the premises.

(f) All empty or broken containers, and all packing, and other debris shall be removed daily.

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(g) Should the nature of the business render it necessary to keep a stock of empty containers and packing material ready for immediate use, the same shall be stored in a separate locked compartment of the premises apart from the space used for the storage of dutiable light oils.

(1) The minimum amount of dutiable light oils which shall be removed in one consignment from the warehouse shall be eight gallons.

10. No licence shall be hereafter issued or renewed until the licensee has given security, in such sum as the Superintendent shall direct and to his satisfaction, for the observance of all the conditions of the licence and the requirements of the Motor Spirit Ordinance, 1980, and any Ordinance amending the same or substituted therefor.

11. No licence shall be hereafter issued or renewed unless the premises to be licensed are fitted with such locks or other fastenings as the Superintendent may require, and such locks and fastenings shall be so arranged that no entry into the premises can be effected without the attendance of the Superintendent or a revenue officer.

12. (a) Any loss or contraction of dutiable light oils due to natural causes or unavoidable accident, or to leakage, breakage, deterioration, not due to any negligence or default on the part of the licensee or his servants, shall be deducted from the stock total of such light oils and no duty shall be charged thereon if such loss is reported to a revenue officer as soon as it is discovered and is certified by him, after examination, to be a loss as aforesaid.

(b) All light oils received into a licensed ware- house shall be deemed to be of the quantity and measure reported unless the shortage, if any, on entry into such warehouse has been certified by a revenue officer.

13. (a) Every licensed warehouse shall be lighted and ventilated in an efficient way to the satisfaction of the Superintendent.

(b) Every licensed warehouse shall be maintained in a good state of repair, and all doors, windows, bars, bolts, hinges, fastenings, and locks, shall be periodically examined and kept in good order, to the satisfaction of the Superintendent.

(c) Every licensed warehouse shall have the words "Licensed Light Oils Warehouse No. painted up legibly on the outside in letters and Chinese characters at least 4 inches high, together with words denoting the class of light oils for which the licence is issued.

(d) In every licensed warehouse a sufficient space shall be maintained free of any encumbrance in the best lighted part of the premises for the purpose of examination of containers by the inspecting officer.

(e) Office accommodation with the necessary furniture and writing materials shall be provided for the use of the inspecting officer. Such office shall be efficiently lighted at all times.

(f) Where light oils are stored in bulk, the licensee shall provide an accurate and visible means of measuring the quantity thereof to the satisfaction of the Superintendent.

14. No smoking, naked lights or matches shall be allowed within the premises of any licensed ware- house.

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15. All lamps used on the premises of any licensed warehouse must be made of substantial metal, the glass being protected by metal guards.

16. No person shall be allowed to sleep on the premises of any licensed warehouse.

SCHEDULE TO LICENSED WAREHOUSE REGULATIONS.

FORM.

[Reg. 2.]

LICENSED LIGHT OILS WAREHOUSE.

Permission is hereby given to

of

..to keep as a licensed Light Oils warehouse the premises described below. This licence is issued subject to the provisions of any enactments relating to licensed light oils warehouses in this Colony and to the conditions hereon indorsed.

This licence commences on and expires on

Description of premises.

NOTE. The description shall include the enumera- tion of all doors and windows on the licensed premises and should state any special appropriation of storage space.

Fee received $250.00

Date of issue

Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

Second Schedule

Form 15.

Manufacturers licence.

1. Every refinery or place licensed for the manu- facture of light oils shall be provided with one or more buildings or enclosures, constructed to the satisfaction. of the Superintendent, and all light oils shall be manufactured within such buildings or enclosures and shall be stored therein until the proper duties have been paid in respect thereof.

2. All hydrocarbon oils entering the refinery shall be stored in a place set apart for that purpose to the satisfaction of the Superintendent and in such manner as he shall direct.

3. The licensee shall keep a stock-book in the form in the Second Schedule to the Motor Spirit Ordinance, 1930, showing the receipts of hydrocarbon oils, and the issues made therefrom for manufacturing pur- poses.

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1. After the completion of the process of manu- facture, all manufactured light oils shall be kept in a place set apart for the purpose and shall be stored to the satisfaction of the Superintendent.

Schedule

5. The licensee shall keep a refinery book in the form in the Second Schedule to the Motor Spirit Second Ordinance, 1930, showing the amount of light oils Form 16. manufactured each day.

6. The licensee shall permit the Superintendent, or any officer duly authorised by him, at all hours, both day and night, to enter and inspect the licensed premises and further shall permit him and them to draw samples for analysis, free of charge, of any light oils or any material used, or capable of being used, in the preparation of manufactured light oils. and found therein.

The Superintendent, or any officer duly authorised by him, shall have access to all stockbooks and books of account in current use in the licensed premises, and shall be at liberty to make any minute therein, or any extract therefrom.

7. The licensee shall not later than noon on every Monday morning (or on the following day if Monday is a general or public holiday) furnish to the Super- intendent a certified summary of the previous week's entries in his refinery book.

Retailers licence.

1. No person shall sell any light oils by retail except on the premises named as the licensed premises in the retailers licence.

2. Every person licensed to sell any light oils by retail shall, at all times during the subsistence of his licence, exhibit such licence in a conspicuous position on the licensed premises.

SECOND SCHEDULE.

FORMS. [ss. 10, 27, 28, 36.]

FORM No. 1.-GENERAL, BONDED WAREHOUSE LICENCE.

[s. 28.]

Motor Spirit Ordinance, 1930.

Name of licensee

Licensed premises

Date of expiration of licence

Fee, Free.

Date

Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

Note:This licence is issued subject to the provisions of the above Ordinance and of all regulations made thereunder for the time being in force.

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[Second Schedule contd.]

FORM NO. 2.-LICENSED WAREHOUSE LICENCE.

[s. 28.1

Motor Spirit Ordinance, 1930

Naine of licensee

Licensed premises

Date of expiration of licence

Fee $250.00

Date.

Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

Note:This licence is issued subject to the provisions of the above Ordinance and of all regulations made thereunder for the time being in force.

FORM NO. 3.-MANUFACTURERS LICENCE.

[s. 28.]

Motor Spirit Ordinance, 1930.

Name of licensee

Licensed premises

Date of expiration of licence

Fee $2,000.00.

Date....

Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

Note:This licence is issued subject to the provisions of the above Ordinance and of all regulations made thereunder for the time being in force.

FORM NO. 4.-IMPORTERS LICENCE. [s. 28.]

Motor Spirit Ordinance, 1930.

Name of licensee

Address of licensee

Date of expiration of licence

Fee $100.00.

Date..

Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

Note: This licence is issued subject to the provisions of the above Ordinance and of all regulations made thereunder for the time being in force

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FORM No. 5.-RETAILERS LICENCE.

[s. 28.] [Second

Schedule contd.]

Motor Spirit Ordinance, 1930.

Name of licensee

Licensed premises or Service Station

Date of expiration of licence

Fee $5.00.

Date......

Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

Note: This licence is issued subject to the provisions of the above Ordinance and of all regulations made thereunder for the time being in force.

SIR,

FORM NO. 6.-DUTY-PAID PERMIT.

[s. 36.]

Motor Spirit Ordinance, 1930.

I (We) hereby declare that I (we) wish to land (move) on the

between the hours of

day of

a.m. and

19

1

p.m. the

light oils described hereunder, the duties on which have been paid, from

Ship and date of arrival.

Nature of light oils.

Marks on cases, etc.

Quantity Total

in gallons.

value.

Date.......

(Applicant.)

(Address.)

(Signature of employé or agent if the applicant is a body corporate or a firm.)

Permission is hereby given as above for the landing (removal) of the light oils described above, the duty on which has been duly paid.

Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

Note: If this permit is not made use of on the day for which it is issued, it must be returned within 24 hours to the office of the Super- intendent of Imports and Exports.

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[Second Schedule

contd.]

SIR,

FORM NO. 7.-REMOVAL PERMIT.

[s. 36.]

Motor Spirit Ordinance, 1930.

1 (We) hereby declare that I (we) wish to land

(move) on the

between the hours of

day of

19

a.m. and p.m. the light

oils described hereunder from

and to store the same in the

warehouse at

Ship and date of arrival.

Nature of light oils.

Marks on cases,

etc. gallons.

Quantity in

Total

value.

Date....

(Applicant.)

(Address.)

(Signature of employé or agent if the applicant is a body corporate or a firm.)

Permission is hereby given as above for the landing (removal) of the light oils described above on condi- tion that the said light oils shall be immediately stored in the

warehouse at

Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

Note: If this permit is not made use of on the day for which it is issued, it must be returned within 24 hours to the office of the Super- intendent of Imports and Exports.

SIR,

FORM No. 8.-EXPORT PERMIT.

[s. 36.]

Motor Spirit Ordinance, 1930.

I (We) hereby declare that I (we) wish to move

from the

day of

hours of

a.m. and

warehouse at

on the 19, between the p.m. the dutiable light

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oils described below for export to

by the S.S.

light oils are being consigned to

Importing ship and

date of arrival.

[Second

The said Schedule

contd.]

Nature of light oils.

Marks on cases,

Quantity

Total

etc.

in gallons.

value.

Date...

(Applicant.)

(Address.)

(Signature of employé or agent if the applicant is a body corporate or a firm.)

Permission is hereby given as above to move the light oils described above for export on condition that the said light oils shall be immediately moved from the warehouse named above to the ship named above.

Superintendent of Imports and Exports. Note-If this permit is not made use of on the day for which it is issued, it must be returned within 24 hours to the office of the Super- intendent of Imports and Exports.

FORM NO. 9.-APPLICATION FOR PERMIT, AND PERMIT TO EXPORT DUTIABLE LIGHT OILS WHERE REMOVAL FROM SHIP TO SHIP IS REQUIRED.

[s. 36.]

SIR,

Motor Spirit Ordinance, 1930.

I (We) hereby declare that I (We) wish to move

from S.S.

at

on the

day of

between the hours of

a.m. and

dutiable light oils described below

by the S.S.

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p.m. the for export to

as ship's stores

The said light oils are being consigned to

DESCRIPTION OF LIGHT OILS.

Importing ship and date of arrival.

Nature of light oils.

Marks

Quantity Total

on

in cases, etc. gallons.

value.

Applicant.

Address.

(Signature of employé or agent if the applicant is a body corporate or a firm.)

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[Second Schedule contd.]

Permission is hereby granted to move the above- mentioned light oils for export in the manner describ- ed, on condition that the said light oils shall be im- mediately moved from the first ship named above to the second ship named above.

Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

Note If this permit is not made use of on the day in respect of which it is issued, it must be re- turned within 24 hours to the office of the Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

FORM NO. 10.-RECEIPT FOR DUTY. [s. 10.]

Motor Spirit Ordinance, 1930.

I hereby acknowledge the receipt from

of the sum of dollars

and cents

being the amount payable as duty on the light oils described below which are now stored at

Nature of light oils.

Date.......

Marks on cases, etc.

No. of gallons. Total duty.

Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

FORM NO. 11.-IMPORT STATEMENT. [s. 27.]

Motor Spirit Ordinance, 1930.

I (We) hereby declare that the following light oils.

were imported by the S.S.

which arrived in the Colony on

Cargo.

No. of Description

cases, etc.

of cases, etc.

Marks. Nos.

Nature of light oils.

Quantity Total

in gallons.

value.

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Ships stores.

No. of

Description

cases, ete, of cases, etc.

Nature of light oils,

Quantity in gallons.

Total value.

Date..

(Owners, charterers, agents or master.)

(Address.)

(Signature of employé or agent if the above signature is that of a body cor- porate or firm.)

FORM NO. 12.--EXPORT STATEMENT. [s. 27

Motor Spirit Ordinance, 1930.

I (We) hereby declare that the following light oils

were exported by the S.S.

which left the Colony on the

Date..

Cargo.

No. of Description

cription

cases,

etc.

of cases, etc.

Marks. Nos.

Nature of light oils.

Quantity Total

in gallons.

value.

Ships stores.

і

No. of

Description

cases, etc. of cases, etc.

Nature of light oils.

gallons.

Quantity in Total value.

Date.......

(Owners, charterers, agents or master.)

(Address.)

(Signature of employé or agent if the above signature is that of a body cor- porate or firm.)

[Second Schedule Form No. 11 contd.)

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[Second Schedule contd.]

(First

Schedule.

Licensed Warehouses.

Reg. 7.)

(First

Schedule.

Licensed Warehouses.

Reg. 8.)

FORM NO. 13.-LICENSED WAREHOUSE STOCK-BOOK.

Ex S.S.

arrived on

Receipts.

Date.

Removal Landing Marks

permit No.

permit and

No. Nos.

Descrip- tion.

Quantity

in Remarks. gallous.

Deliveries.

Date.

Marks and Nos.

Descrip- tion.

Quantity Export Duty-paid

in gallons.

permit permit Remarks.

No.

No.

FORM No. 14.-LICENSED WAREHOUSE WEEKLY RETURN.

Balance on

Received since

Total

Sold since

Loss

Total

Balance

Descrip- Quantity Descrip- Quantity

tion.

in gallons.

tion.

in gallons.

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FORM NO. 15.-MANUFACTURERS STOCK-BOOK.

[Second

Schedule

contd.]

Hydrocarbon Oils received.

(First

Ex S.S.

arrived on

Date. removal permit

Landing

No.

Marks, Descrip-

etc.

tion.

Quantity in gallons.

Remarks.

Hydrocarbon Oils issued for manufacture.

Pate.

Description.

Quantity in gallons.

Remarks.

Schedule. Manufac-

turers licenses. Reg. 3.)

FORM NO. 16.-MANUFACTURERS REFINERY BOOK.

Hydrocarbon Oils issued for manufacture.

(First

Schedule. Manufac-

turers licenses. Reg. 5.)

Date.

Stock-book folio number.

Quantity in gallons.

Remarks.

Products manufactured.

Date.

Description of products.

Quantity.

Remarks.

Summary of Light Oils manufactured.

Date.

Stock-book folio number.

Quantity in gallons.

Remarks.

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THIRD SCHEDULE. [s. 4 (2).]

FEES.

The following fees shall be payable for the following

licences:

General bonded warehouse, for

each such warehouse

Free

Licensed warehouse, for each such

warehouse

$ 250.00

Manufacturers licence, for each

refinery

2,000.00

Importers licence (general)

100.00

Retailers licence, for each place of

sale or service station

5.00

FOURTH SCHEDULE. (s. 2().]

LIGHT OILS.

Light petroleum ether.

Motor spirit.

White spirit and special solvents.

Benzol.

Toluol.

Xylol.

Solvent naphthas.

Mineral naphthas.

Admiralty vapourising oil.

Light oils from distillation of coal.

Light oils from distillation of shale

Light oils from distillation of low temperature tar. Light oils from distillation by Bergius process.

Turpentine.

Rosin spirit.

Mixtures of any of the above.

Admixtures containing any one or more of the above.

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No. 396. His Majesty the KING has not been advised to exercise his power of disallowance with respect to the following Ordinance :---

Ordinance No. 26 of 1929.-An Ordinance to amend further the Stamp Ördi-

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

23rd June, 1930.

nance, 1921.

N. L. SMITH,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

No. 397.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. EDWIN RICHARD HALLIFAX, C.M.G., C.B.E., to act as Colonial Secretary, with effect from this date.

25th June, 1930.

No. 398. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. ALAN EUSTACE WOOD to act as Secretary for Chinese Affairs, with effect from this date.

25th June, 1930,

No. 399.-The King's Exequatur empowering Senor Don PATRICIO SMART-FABRES to act as Consul for Chile in Hong Kong has received His Majesty's signature.

23rd June, 1930.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

   No. 400.-It is hereby notified that Government Notification No. 518 published in the Gazette of the 11th October, 1929, is cancelled, and the following is substituted in place thereof :-

It is hereby notified that His Excellency the Governor in Council has under section 90 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, authorised as a place to be used as a Roman Catholic Cemetery, to be known as "Kowloon Inland Lot No. 2148", the piece of land containing about 14 acres, situated at Ho Mun Tin in Kowloon in the Colony of Hong Kong and shown on the plan thereof deposited in and which may be seen at the office of the Public Works Department.

27th June, 1930.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

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COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

   No. 401.-It is hereby notified that Government Notification No. 18 dated the 21st January, 1921, authorizing as cemeteries certain areas known as Kowloon Cemete- ries situated near Ho Mun Tin in Kowloon is hereby cancelled, and further that His Excellency the Governor in Council has under section 90 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, authorised the following places to be used as cemeteries in place thereof:-

(A.) To be known as Kowloon Cemetery No. 1, the piece of land containing about 11 acres situated at Fo Pang in Kowloon in the Colony of Hong Kong and to be used as a European Protestant cemetery.

(B.) To be known as Kowloon Cemetery No. 2, a piece of land containing about 112:30 acres situated at Ho Mun Tin in Kowloon in the Colony of Hong Kong and to be used as a Chinese cemetery.

(C.) To be known as Kowloon Cemetery No. 3, the piece of land containing about 5.5 acres situated at Ho Mun Tin in Kowloon in the Colony of Hong Kong and to be used as a Mohammedan cemetery.

(D.) To be known as New Kowloon Cemetery No. 4, the piece of land containing about 17 acres situated at Sai Yu Shek in the New Territories in the Colony of Hong Kong and to be used as a Chinese cemetery.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary

N.B.-The above areas are shown on plans which are deposited and may be seen in the office of

the Public Works Department of the Colony of Hong Kong.

27th June, 1930.

TREASURY.

   No. 402.-The Public is hereby warned that chopped or underweight coins are not legal tender in the Colony.

27th June, 1939.

俾衆週知此布

一千九百三十年

六月廿七日

C. MCI. MESSER,

Colonial Treasurer.

不得作合法銀幣在

本港行使茲特布告

庫務司馬

布告事凡經打印或

重量不足之大圓均

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313

TREASURY.

No. 403.-It is hereby notified for the information of Owners and Occupiers of tenements that, under the provisions of the Rating Ordinance No. 6 of 1901, Rates for the Third Quarter of 1930, are payable in advance on or before the 31st July, 1930.

If any person shall fail to pay such Rates on or before the 31st August, 1930, 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 July, 1930, nor unless application is made for such refund within fifteen days from the expiration of the Quarter.

27th June, 1930.

No. 404

C. McI. MESSER,

Colonial Treasurer.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

Sunrise and Sunset in Hong Kong for July, 1930.

(STANDARD TIME OF THE 120TH MERIDIAN, EAST OF GREENWICH.)

DATE.

SUNRISE.

SUNSET.

DATE.

SUNRISE.

SUNSET.

July

1

5.42 a.m.

2

5.42

"

19

7.11 p.m. 7.11

July 17.

5.48 a.m.

7.10 p.m.

18.

5.49

7.10

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""

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3.

5.42

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4..

5.43

7.11 7.11

19.

5.49

7.10

17

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20.

5.49

7.10

""

""

11

5.

5.43

11

6..

5.43

7.11 7.11

21...

5.50

7.09

11

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""

22.

5.50

7.09

??

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""

7..

5.44

7.11

23.

5.51

7.08

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"

""

""

8....

5.44

7.11

24.

5.51

7.08

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9....

5.44

7.11

25..

5.51

7.07

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10...

5.45

7.11

26...

5.52

7.07

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11.

5.45

7.11

27

5.52

7.06

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12.

5.46

7.11

28.

5.52

7.06

多少

""

""

13.

5.46

7.11

29.

5.52

7.05

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14..

5.47

7.11

30..

5.53

7.05

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15.

5.47

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16.

5.48

7.11 7.10

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31..

5.54

7.05

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26th June, 1930.

T. F. CLAXTON, Director.

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The Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900.

  No. 405.-It is hereby notified, under section 6 of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, Ordinance No. 10 of 1900, that the Board of Arbitrators appointed to determine the amount of compensation to be paid in respect of the resumption of Sub- section 2 of Section D the Remaining portion of Section D the Remaining portion of Section E and Sub-section 2 of Section H of Lot 914 in Survey District IV is constituteid as follows::

Mr. PHILIP JACKS, Justice of the Peace, Chairman.

Mr. HENRY EDWARD GOLDSMITH, nominated by His Excellency the Governor.

Mr. ERNEST MANNING HAZELAND, nominated by the Chairman on behalf of the

owner.

  It is hereby further notified that the Chairman hereby appoints Monday, the 7th day of July, 1930, at 2.15 o'clock in the afternoon, at the Land Office, Supreme Court House, Hong Kong, as the time and place for the Board to commence its sittings.

  Any person claiming compensation, whether as owner or otherwise, by reason of such resumption must, before the commencement of the sittings of the Board, transmit to the Colonial Secretary for transmission to the Board a written claim, stating the nature of his right or interest in the land and the amount which he seeks to recover.

23rd June, 1980.

PHILIP JACKS,

Chairman of the Board of Arbitrators

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The Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900.

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No. 406.-It is hereby notified, under section 6 of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, Ordinance No. 10 of 1900, that the Board of Arbitrators appointed to determine the amount of compensation to be paid in respect of the resumption of Lots Nos. 1920, 1921, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1932, 1936, 1941, 1942, 1945 Sec. A, 1964, 1968, 1984, 1986 and 1988 Survey District IV is constituted as follows:

Mr. PHILIP JACKS, Justice of the Peace, Chairman.

-

Mr. HENRY EDWARD GOLDSMITH, nominated by His Excellency the Governor. Mr. ERNEST MANNING HAZELAND, nominated by the Chairman on behalf of the

owner.

It is hereby further notified that the Chairman hereby appoints Thursday, the 3rd day of July, 1930, at 2.15 o'clock in the afternoon, at the Land Office, Supreme Court House, Hong Kong, as the time and place for the Board to commence its sittings.

Any person claiming compensation, whether as owner or otherwise, by reason of such resumption must, before the commencement of the sittings of the Board, transmit to the Colonial Secretary, for transmission to the Board, a written claim stating the nature of his right or interest in the land and the amount which he seeks to recover.

PHILIP JACKS,

Chairman of the Board of Arbitrators.

27th June, 1930.

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APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

  No. 407.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint, under section 9 (3) of the Liquors Consolidation Ordinance, 1911, Ordinance No. 9 of 1911, the Honourable Mr. EDWIN RICHARD HALLIFAX, C.M.G., C.B.E., J.P., to act as Chairman of the Licensing Board, during the absence on leave of the Honourable Mr. WILFRID THOMAS SOUTHORN, C.M.G., J.P.

4th July, 1930.

  No. 408.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. Edwin TAYLOR to be Deputy Colonial Treasurer, with effect from the 3rd July, 1930.

4th July, 1930.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT

  No. 409.-It is hereby notified that the Treaty of Commerce and Navigation concluded between United Kingdom and Guatemala on the 22nd day of February, 1928, has been extended to the Colony of Hong Kong.

A copy of the Treaty can be seen on application at this Office.

4th July, 1930.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary

SUPREME COURT.

  No. 410.-It is hereby notified that at the expiration of three months from the date hereof The KIN LEE MOTOR LIGHTER COMPANY, LIMITED will, unless cause is shewn to the contrary, be struck off the register and the company will be dissolved.

4th July, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies.

SUPREME COURT.

  No. 411.-It is hereby notified that the name of the SOUTH CHINA TRADE PRO- TECTION ASSOCIATION, LIMITED, has been struck off the Register.

4th July, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies.

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SUPREME COURT.

No. 412. It is hereby notified for general information that, pursuant to section 5 of the Criminal Procedure Ordinance, 1899, 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 14th day of July, 1930, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon.

C. D. MELBOurne, Registrar.

2nd July, 1930.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

  No. 413.-The following addition to the Register of Medical Practitioners entitled to practise Medicine in this Colony, published in Government Notification No. 296 of the 6th May, 1930, pursuant to the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1884, is published for general information:-

NAME,

PERSON QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE.

ADDRESS.

QUALIFICATION,

DATE OF QUALIFICATION,

Leung Chum Ha (Miss) 11, Seymour Terrace.

(梁枕霞)

30th June, 1930.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

20th June, 1930.

A. R. WELLINGTON,

Director of Medical & Sanitary Services.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

  No. 414. 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 and Address of Owner.

Period of Renewal.

Class in

which renewed.

File No.

No. 92 of 1916.

8th June, 1916.

The Paraffine Companies Inc., at 40, First Street, San Francisco,

State of California, U.S.A.

8th June, 1944.

17

44 of 1930.

3rd July, 1930.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks.

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LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. 415. It is hereby notified for general information that the Cancellation of the Memorial of Re-entry on Kowloon Inland Lot No. 1717 has been registered according to law.

2nd July, 1930.

PHILIP JACKS,

Land Officer

DISTRICT OFFICE, SOUTH.

No. 416.-It is hereby notified for general information that Memorials of Re- entry by the Crown have been registered according to law on Tsun Wan Demarcatio n District No. 433 Lots Nos. 76, 100, 106, 109, 207, 352, 491, 508, 544, 549, 551, 573, 642, €44, 646, D.D. 360 Lots Nos. 487, 488, 489, 500, 501, 657, 658, 660, 661, 662, D.D. 435 Lots 47, 48, 56, 114. Tsing I Demarcation District No. 434 Lots Nos. 49, 50, 70, 72a., 72c., 269, 363, Hang Hau Demarcation District No. 239 Lot No. 84, D.D. 243 Lots Nos. 103, 123, 166, 194, 257, 329, 331, 507, 521, 638, 645, Lautao Platean Lot No. 16, Mui Wo, Demarcation District No. 1 Lots Nos. 1, 3, 5, 54, 159, 173, 178, 306, 436, 456, 1027, 1173, D.D. 2 Lots Nos. 310, 331, Tung Chung Demarcation District No. 1 Lots Nos. 395, 550, 1222, 1246, 2966, Lantao Island Demarcation District No. 310, Lot No. 270, D.D. 311, Lots Nos. 692, 693, 694, 697, 698, 699, D.D. 312 Lots Nos. 160 162, 648, 697, 735, 787, 1202, 1212, 1213, 1216, 1217, 1221, 1223, 1224, 1225, 1256, D.D. 318 Lots Nos. 12, 27, 44, 45, 158, 198, 1619, 1836, D.D. 325 Lot No. 332, D.D. 328 Lots Nos. 1159, 1171, 1258, 1260, 1715, 1717, 1719, 1728, 1730, 1731, 1731, 1753, and D.D. 331 Lot No. 21.

E. I. WYNNE-JONES, District Officer, Southern District.

4th July, 1930.

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PROCLAMATION.

No. 1.

[L.S.]

W. PEEL,

Governor.

  By His Excellency Sir WILLIAM PEEL, Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Companion of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hong Kong 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 a Commission be appointed to consider

(1) The sufficiency of the existing staff of the Government service and its effec-

tive employment.

(2) The possibility of reducing such staff by re-distribution of work or by

abandonment of unnecessary work.

(3) The possibility of extending the method of temporary engagement of Gov-

ernment officers for particular duties.

(4) The sources from which the personnel of Government offices should be

supplied and the terms of service.

(5) The possibilities of economy in the general administration of the Govern-

ment or in any branch of the Government service.

Now I, Sir WILLIAM PEEL, Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Companion of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, the Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hong Kong and its Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, with the advice and consent of the Execu- tive Council hereby appoint

Mr. MICHAEL JAMES BREEN,

The Honourable Mr. JOHN JOHNSTONE PATERSon,

Mr. JOHN SCOTT HARSTON,

Mr. WILLIAM NGARTSE THOMAS T'AM, LL.B. (London),

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

And I do also appoint the said Mr. MICHAEL JAMES BREEN, to be Chairman of the said Commissioners :

And I do also appoint Mr. ALEXANDER WILLIAM GEORGE HERDER GRANTHAM, to be Secretary to the said Commissioners:

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

And I do further require the said Commissioners, to report to me their findings and their recommendations in the matter of the said enquiry at as early a date as possible.

Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria, Hong Kong, this 11th day of July, 1930.

By Command,

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

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No. 417.-It is hereby notified that His Excellency the Governor in Council has given directions for the rescission of the Order of the 30th April, 1930, published in the Gazette of the 2nd May, 1930, as Government Notification No. 258, declaring Bangkok to be a place at which an infectious or contagious disease, namely, cholera prevailed, and the same is hereby rescinded.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

5th July, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

No. 418.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under instructions from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, to appoint Mr. THOMAS MAYNARD HAZLERIGG, M.C., to be Registrar of the Supreme Court, with effect from the 1st October, 1929.

8th July, 1930.

NOTE. The Registrar of the Supreme Court is ex-officio Official Administrator under the Pro- bates Ordinance, 1897.

No. 419. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. THOMAS MAYNARD HAZLERIGG, M.C., to be Registrar of Companies, with effect from the 1st October, 1929.

8th July, 1930.

No. 420.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to direct that the appointment of Mr. CHARLES ALEXANDER DICK MELBOURNE to act as Registrar of the Supreme Court, Official Administrator and Registrar of Companies notified in Govern- ment Notification No. 351 in the Gazette of the 22nd June, 1928, shall continue during the absence on leave of Mr. THOMAS MAYNARD HAZLERIGG, M.C., or until further notice.

Sth July, 1939.

No. 421.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint La Po

Li "Forest Officers" for the control and (李波) and TAM CHEUNG (譚祥) to be superintendence of the forests of the Colony, in succession to IP CHEUK () and PANG KWONG () dismissed, with effect from 1st July, 1930.

11th July, 1930.

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NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 422.- With reference to Government Notification No. 401 of 13th July, 1928, the following revised Regulations respecting Foreign Orders and Medals applicable to Persons in the Service of the Crown and Persons not in the Service of the Crown, have been notified by the Secretary of State for the Colonies and are published for general information.

11th July, 1930.

A

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

Regulations respecting Foreign Orders and Medals applicable to Persons in the Service of the Crown.

Orders.

1. No person in the Service of the Crown shall accept or wear the Insignia of any Foreign Order without having previously obtained His Majesty's permission to do so, signified either:

(a) By Warrant under the Royal Sign-Manual, or

(b) By restricted permission conveyed through the Keeper of His Majesty's

Privy Purse.

2. When permission is given by Warrant under the Royal Sign-Manual, the In- signia of the Foreign Order may be worn at all times and without any restriction.

  When restricted permission is given the Insignia may only be worn on the occasions specified in the terms of the letter from the Keeper of His Majesty's Privy Purse convey- ing the Royal sanction.

3. Full and unrestricted permission by Warrant under the Royal Sign-Manual is contemplated in the following cases:-

For a Decoration conferred---

(a) For distinguished services in the saving of life.

(b) On an Officer in His Majesty's Naval, Military or Air Forces lent to a Foreign Government; on an Officer in His Majesty's Naval, Military or Air Forces attached by His Majesty's Government to a Foreign Navy, Army or Air Force during hostilities; or on any British Official lent to a Foreign Government and not in receipt of any emoluments from British public funds during the period of such loan.

4. Restricted permission is particularly contemplated for Decorations which have been conferred in recognition of personal attention to a foreign Sovereign, the Head of a Foreign State, or a member of a foreign Royal Family, on the occasion of State or official visits by such personages.

5. Restricted permission will also be given for Decorations conferred in the follow- ing cases:

(1) On British Ambassadors or Ministers abroad when the King pays a State visit to the country to which they are accredited ;

(Note.-A. State visit is defined as one on which the King is accom-

panied by a Minister or High Official in attendance.)

(2) On Members of Deputations of British Regiments to Foreign Heads of States;

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325

(3) On Members of Special Missions when the King is represented, at a Foreign Coronation, Wedding, Funeral, or similar occasion; or on any Diplomatic Representative when specially accredited to represent His Majesty on such occasions (but not on the members of his Staff).

Restricted permission will not be given to-

(a) British Ambassadors or Ministers abroad when leaving.

(b) British Officers attending Foreign Manoeuvres ;

(c) Naval Officers of British Squadrons visiting Foreign Waters.

   6. Both in the case of full and of restricted permission the matter will be submitted to the King by His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, who shall be under no obligation to consider applications for permission unless the desire of the Head of a Foreign State to confer upon a British subject the Insignia of an Order is notified to him before the Order is conferred, either through the British Diplomatic Representative accredited to the Head of the Foreign State, or through the Diplomatic Representative of the latter at the Court of St. James.

   In no case can applications be considered in respect of decorations conferred more than five years previously, or offered in connexion with services or events so long prior to the nomination.

   7. When His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs shall have taken the King's pleasure on any such application, and shall have obtained His Majesty's permission for the person in whose favour it has been made to wear the Insignia of a Foreign Order, he shall signify the same to His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department, in order that he may cause a Warrant, if it be a case for the issue of a Warrant as defined in Rule 2, to be prepared for the Royal Sign-Manual.

   When such Warrant shall have been signed by the King, a notification thereof shall be inserted in the "Gazette.'

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   Persons in whose favour such Warrants are issued will be required to pay to His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department a stamp duty of 10s.

8. The Warrant signifying His Majesty's permission may, at the request and at the expense of the person who has obtained it, be registered in the College of Arms. Every such Warrant as aforesaid shall contain a clause providing that IIis Majesty's licence and permission does not authorise the assumption of any style, appellation, rank, precedence, or privilege appertaining to a Knight Bachelor of His Majesty's Realms.

Medals.

9. Medals, with the exceptions specified below, and State decorations not carrying membership of an Order of Chivalry, are subject to the Regulations in the same manner as Orders, but permission is given by Letter and not by Royal Warrant.

10. Medals for saving or attempting to save life at sea or on land, whether con- ferred on behalf of the Head or Government of a Foreign State or by private Life Saving Societies or Institutions, may be accepted and worn without restriction.

Subject, however, in the case of members of His Majesty's Naval, Military or Air Forces, to any restrictions imposed by the King's Regulations for those Services as to the wearing of such medals with uniform.

Applications for His Majesty's permission to wear other Medals conferred by Private Societies or Institutions and Commemorative Medals cannot be entertained.

11. The King's unrestricted permission to accept and wear a Foreign War Medal will only be given to (1) Members of His Majesty's Naval, Military or Air Forces if serving with a Foreign Army, Navy or Air Force with His Majesty's licence and (2) Military, Naval or Air Attaches or Officers and other ranks and ratings officially attached to Foreign Armies, Navies or Air Forces during hostilities.

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General.

12. Ladies are subject to the Regulations in all respects in the same manner as men.

Foreign Office,

March, 1930.

B

Regulations respecting Foreign Orders and Medals applicable to Persons NOT in the Service of the Crown.

Orders.

   1. No subject of His Majesty shall accept or wear the Insignia of any Foreign Order without having previously obtained His Majesty's permission to do so, signified either:

(a) By Warrant under the Royal Sign-Manual, or

(b) By restricted permission conveyed through the Keeper of His Majesty's

Privy Purse.

   2. When permission is given by Warrant under the Royal Sign-Manual, the Insignia of the Foreign Order may be worn at all times and without any restriction.

   When restricted permission is given the Insignia may only be worn on the occasions specified in the terms of the letter from the Keeper of His Majesty's Privy Purse convey- ing the Royal sanction.

   3. Full and unrestricted permission by Warrant under the Royal Sign-Manual will only be given in the case of Decorations earned by services in the salaried employment of the foreign Government concerned, by honorary consular services of not less than three years' duration, or by distinguished services in the saving of life.

   Such services must have been rendered, at least in part, within the period of five years immediately preceding the notification prescribed by Rule 5 below.

4. Restricted permission will ordinarily be given in all other cases, except where considerations of general policy or public interest must be held to preclude permission; provided, however, that such permission shall not be given in the case of Decorations conferred or offered more that five years before the date of application for permission, and, further, that the bestowal of the Decoration has been made the subject of an official com- munication through one of the channels prescribed in Rule 5.

   5. Both in the case of full and of restricted permission the matter will be submitted to the King by His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, who shall be under no obligation to consider applications for permission unless the desire of the Head of a Foreign State to confer upon a British subject the Insignia of an Order is notified to him before the Order is conferred, either through the British Diplomatic Representative accredited to the Head of the Foreign State, or through the Diplomatic Representative of the latter at the Court of St. James.

   6. When His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs shall have taken the King's pleasure on any such application, and shall have obtained His Majesty's permission for the person in whose favour it has been made to wear the Insignia of a Foreign Order, he shall signify the same to His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department, in order that he may cause a Warrant, if it be a case for the issue of a Warrant as defined in Rule 2, to be prepared for the Royal Sign-Manual.

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327

When such Warrant shall have been signed by the King, a notification thereof shall be inserted in the "Gazette.

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  Persons in whose favour such Warrants are issued will be required to pay to His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department a stamp duty of 10s.

  7. The Warrant signifying His Majesty's permission may, at the request and at the expense of the person who has obtained it, be registered in the College of Arms. Every such Warrant as aforesaid shall contain a clause providing that His Majesty's licence and permission does not authorise the assumption of any style, appellation, rank, pre- cedence, or privilege appertaining to a Knight Bachelor of His Majesty's Realms.

Medals.

8. Medals, with the exceptions specified below, and State decorations not carrying membership of an Order of Chivalry, are subject to the Regulations in the same manner as Orders, but permission to wear is given by Letter and not by Royal Warrant. No permission is needed to accept a Foreign Medal if it is not to be worn.

  9. Medals for saving or attempting to save life at sea or on land, whether conferred on behalf of the Head or Government of a Foreign State or by private Life Saving Societies or Institutions, may be accepted and worn without restriction.

Applications for His Majesty's permission to wear other Medals conferred by Private Societies or Institutions, and Commemorative Medals, cannot be entertained.

10. His Majesty will not grant permission to wear any Foreign War Medal if the person on whom it is to be or has been conferred was during the war acting in contra- vention of the Foreign Enlistment Act.

General.

11. Ladies are subject to the Regulations in all respects in the same manner as men.

Foreign Office,

March, 1930.

SUPREME COURT.

In the matter of the Unclaimed Balances Ordinance Ño. 5 of 1929.

No. 423.-It is hereby notified that the amounts detailed in the schedule below, being balances of intestate estates, are in the hands of the Official Administrator.

If no claim thereto is received by the Official Administrator and proved to his satis- faction, within a period of five years from the date of this notice, the said balances remaining from the estate of such deceased person will be transferred to the general revenue of this Colony subject to the provisions of the above Ordinance.

Name of Intestate.

John P. Somerville

H. H. Marcus Hayes

9th July, 1930.

Date of decease.

Amount.

$ c.

13th June, 1929.

773.83

28th January, 1920.

318.03

C. D. MELBOurne,

Official Administrator.

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327

When such Warrant shall have been signed by the King, a notification thereof shall be inserted in the "Gazette.

""

  Persons in whose favour such Warrants are issued will be required to pay to His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department a stamp duty of 10s.

  7. The Warrant signifying His Majesty's permission may, at the request and at the expense of the person who has obtained it, be registered in the College of Arms. Every such Warrant as aforesaid shall contain a clause providing that His Majesty's licence and permission does not authorise the assumption of any style, appellation, rank, pre- cedence, or privilege appertaining to a Knight Bachelor of His Majesty's Realms.

Medals.

8. Medals, with the exceptions specified below, and State decorations not carrying membership of an Order of Chivalry, are subject to the Regulations in the same manner as Orders, but permission to wear is given by Letter and not by Royal Warrant. No permission is needed to accept a Foreign Medal if it is not to be worn.

  9. Medals for saving or attempting to save life at sea or on land, whether conferred on behalf of the Head or Government of a Foreign State or by private Life Saving Societies or Institutions, may be accepted and worn without restriction.

Applications for His Majesty's permission to wear other Medals conferred by Private Societies or Institutions, and Commemorative Medals, cannot be entertained.

10. His Majesty will not grant permission to wear any Foreign War Medal if the person on whom it is to be or has been conferred was during the war acting in contra- vention of the Foreign Enlistment Act.

General.

11. Ladies are subject to the Regulations in all respects in the same manner as men.

Foreign Office,

March, 1930.

SUPREME COURT.

In the matter of the Unclaimed Balances Ordinance Ño. 5 of 1929.

No. 423.-It is hereby notified that the amounts detailed in the schedule below, being balances of intestate estates, are in the hands of the Official Administrator.

If no claim thereto is received by the Official Administrator and proved to his satis- faction, within a period of five years from the date of this notice, the said balances remaining from the estate of such deceased person will be transferred to the general revenue of this Colony subject to the provisions of the above Ordinance.

Name of Intestate.

John P. Somerville

H. H. Marcus Hayes

9th July, 1930.

Date of decease.

Amount.

$ c.

13th June, 1929.

773.83

28th January, 1920.

318.03

C. D. MELBOurne,

Official Administrator.

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TREASURY

No. 424 --Financial Statement for the month of March, 1930.

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE.

Balance of Assets and Liabilities on 28th February, 1930

Revenue from 1st to 31st March, 1930......

Expenditure from 1st to 31st March, 1930

$ 10,987,867.69

1,889,848.88

$12,877,716.57 1,829,984.90

Balance

$ 11,047,731.67

Assets and Liabilities on the 31st March, 1930.

LIABILITIES.

ASSETS.

0

!

?

$

C.

2.

Deposits not Available

1,337,344.22

Subsidiary Coins..

1,590,174.64

Postal Agencies

5,269.89

Advances

914,532.44

Suspense Account

790,796.84

Building Loans

1.877.784.12

Suspense Trade Loan .....

905,443.19

Imprest

60,027.78

Overdraft Trade Loan

1,685,776.74

House Service Account

22,218.39

Public Works (1927) Loan

Adjustment of Exchange

315,366.24† Joint Colonial Fund

4,218,591.56

1,428,173.56

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

452,622.99

;

Unallocated Stores, (Railway)

142,717.88

Coal Account

Investment Account

5,057.69

1,296,394.66

Lorry Haulage Account

3,812.88

O

Fixed Deposit Account

3,400,000,00

Balance at Banks..

976,617.09

Total Liabilities

6,468,170.98

Balance Public Works (1927)

Loan

315,366.24

Balance...

11,047,731.67

Trade Loan Outstanding

2,591,220.23

Crown Agents, Current Account..

148,664.06

TOTAL......

17,515,902.65

TOTAL.. $

17,515,902.65

5th July, 1980.

Joint Colonial Fund............£312,000 0s. Od.

1

C. McI. MESSER,

Treasurer.

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329

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE REVENUE AND EXPEN

Revenue

Estimates.

Heads of Revenue.

1930

Revenue from 1st to 31st March, 1930.

for same

Actual Revenue to

Revenue

for same

period of preceding

31st

March,

year.

1930.

period of preceding

year.

Light Dues.

$

SA

$

C.

$

e.

$

C.

C.

141,000

14,256.19

11,689.27

37,295.11

33.913.44

Do.,

Special Assess-

ment

170,000

16,673.23

14,124.64

44,304.80

40,516.29

Licences

and

Internal

Revenue not otherwise

specified

15,403,320

1,136,146.53

1,258,312.18

3,990,787.38 3,946.413.45

Fees of Court or Office

Payments for specific.

purposes, and Reim- bursements in Aid

1,900,900

286,670.35

134,629.66 665,164.08

501,811.10

Post Office

970,000

102,490.27

64,473.31

297,129.33 235,027.45

Kowloon-Canton Railway...

949,400

83,063.95

89,679.49

245,760.30

259.910.98

Rent of Government Pro-

perty, Land and Houses...

1,408,700

37,033.28

36,544.77

288,918.82

280.907.02

Interest

223,500

7,060.63

31,180.28

90,005.84

75,570.60

Miscellaneous Receipts.....

546,100

66,835.55 174,043.38 137,143.88 293.130.97

Total exclusive of Land

Sales)

21,712,920 1,750,229.98 1,814,676.98 5,790,509.54 5,667.201.30

Land Sales (Premia on New

Leases)

1,000,000 139,618.90 243,129.20 367,190.39

339,657.15

TOTAL.....

22,712,920 1,889,848.88 2,057,806.18 6,163,699.93 6,006,858.45

5th July, 1930.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 11, 1930.

TREASURY.

'DITURE FOR THE PERIOD ENDED 31ST MARCH, 1930.

Estimates,

Heads of Expenditure.

1930.

Expenditure from 1st to 31st March,

1930.

Expenditure for same month of preceding

year.

$

-CA

#

C.

Actual Expenditure

to 31st

March, 1930.

Expenditure for same period of preceding

year.

C.

$3

C.

$

C.

4

H. E. the Governor

103,617

8,105.32

8.443.13

22,980.67

25,739.82

Cadet Service

362,594

28,511.03

26,657.15

85,159.22

80,794.66

Senior Clerical and Ac-

counting Staff

242.077

18.456.03

14,732.72

54,576.70

43,804.29

Junior Clerical Service

753,895

58,404.16

56,687.69

175,151.15

166,488.24

Colonial Secretary's Office

and Legislature

46,909

3,490.32

3.242.62

11,510.41

9,983.69

Secretariat

for Chinese

Affairs

15,382

1.172.28

732.09

3,429.68

1,818.02

Treasury

16,529

1,403.09

1,112.66

3,422.28

2,954.29

Audit Department

49,996

4,769.34

4,026.53

12,874,97

11,233.88

District Office, North

23,424

1.638.97

1.309.22

5,117.77

4,064.21

Do., South

13,416

758.39

582.04

2.136.85

1.779.43

Communications :-

(a) Post Office ...

308,835

32.278.30

8,091.72

96,002.52 | Cr. 8,465.66

Do. Wireless

Telegraph Service.

120,708

10,510.25

25,471.12

Imports and Exports

Office

866,436

€4.531.81

54,800.08

Harbour Department

996,342

62,876.57

69.643.38

185,822.54 162,179.26 166,171.01 193,034.49

Do.

Air

Service

201,080

20,006.48

40,012.97

Royal Observatory

37,102

2,934.44

2,903.80

8,856.17

8,477.69

Fire Brigade..

380,564

16,503.53

10.341.45

39,335.42

47,568.82

Supreme Court.

153,570

10,842.22

10,375.72

39,318.09

42,869.47

Attorney General.

34.728

3.204.71

2.103.23

8,936.23

6,227.43

Crown Solicitor's Office

34,918

2,622.20

2,584.26

8.685.71

9,532.05

Official Receiver

13,825

178.83

837.50

1,931.99

2,509.72

Land Office

25,144

2.103.76

2,071.26

7,040.02

6,429.15

Magistracy, Hong Kong...

2,289

137.68

157.84

393.39

403.86

Do., Kowloon

2,118

162.23

128.57

452.79

452.97

Police Force

2,159,235

191,359.81

206,796.69

475,833.97

527,820.88

Prisons Department.

585,684

40,446.85

47,063.82

108,706.79

112,472.01

Medical Department

1,209,611

65,827.04

72,429.56

190,358.36

205,069.77

Sanitary Department

791,563

51,869.16

50,066.93

145.780.01

148,964.34

Botanical and Forestry

Department

107,496

9,640.06

6.491.58

23,054,40

20,247.06

Education Department

1,349,691

248,750.87

224,825.08

399,777.34

373,924.45

Public Works Department.

1,654,477

133,481.33

119.960.27

355,986.32

338,496.51

Do.,

Recurrent.....

1,787,650

86,431.18

67,513.65

124.984.35

130,016.68

Do., Extraordinary.

3,840,750

68,850.83

35,435.75

193,168.11

91,660.76

Kowloon-Canton Railway..

1,234,879

58,969.01

58.360.43

163,714.01

174,978.04

Defence:

(a) Volunteer

Defence

Corps

107,813

9.822.23

9.351.53

18,306.35

18,226.16

(b) Hong Kong Royal

Naval Volunteer

Reserve

25,433

(c) Military

Contribu-

tion

3,865,560

Miscellaneous Services

1,354,395

Charitable Services

111,704

321,821.75 115,433.63 2,754.28

316,351,08 41,874.31 2.385.65

965,465.25 356,342.24 381,734.78

6,498.76

265,975.90

5,579.69

Charge on Account of

Public Debt

Pensions

1,364,076 | Cr.

913,000

108.17 69,033.10

Cr.

70,298.81

108.17 220,770.32

205,896.81

TOTAL.........$

CA

27,268,515 1,829,984.90

1,610,767.36

4,778,820.62 3,795,051.08

C. McI. Messer,

Treasurer.

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331

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. 426.-It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Crown on Kowloon Inland Lot No. 1167 has been registered according to law.

8th July, 1930.

PHILIP JACKS,

Land Officer.

GENERAL POST OFFICE.

  No. 427. It is hereby notified for general information that the Postal Adminis- trations of the Straits Settlements and Federated Malay States, have decided by virtue of the provision of the following Sections of Article 33 of the Convention of London, to prohibit the exchange of Clubbed Packages with Hong Kong as from 1st August, 1930,

tiz:-

ARTICLE 33.

Section 4.-Letters must not contain any letter, note or document which has the character of actual and personal correspondence, addressed to per- sons other than the addressee or persons living with him.

Section 8.-Apart from the exceptions prescribed by the Convention and its Detailed Regulations, articles which do not fulfil the conditions laid

down in the present Article and the corresponding Articles of the

are not forwarded.

Detailed Regulations

11th July, 1930.

M. J. BREEN,

Postmaster General.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 11, 1930.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 428.--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 12th August, 1930, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before that date:-

Number of Marks.

Name and Address of Proprietors.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

File No.

Nos. 1621 to 162v of 1888.

Curtis & Harvey, Limited, 3, Gracechurch Street, London.

10th July, 1930.

81

of 1930.

10th July, 1930.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 18, 1930.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL,

Hong Kong.

No. 429.

  Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Licensing Ordi- nance, 1887, Ordinance No. 8 of 1887, on the 12th day of July, 1930.

  The second Schedule to the regulations relating to hawkers, set forth on pages 119 to 133 of the Regulations of Hong Kong, 1844-1925, is hereby further amended by the rescission of the last paragraph of condition 13 of Hawkers itinerant licences, and the substitution of the following paragraph therefor : -

(3) Kowloon Peninsula :-

(a) Salisbury Road, from Star Ferry Pier to Canton Road, thence, Canton

Road to Austin Road, thence, Austin Road to Nathan Road, thence, Nathan Road to Prince Edward Road, thence, Prince Edward Road to the railway line, thence, the railway line to the tunnel face at Kowloon Tong, thence, to the northern end of Waterloo Road, thence, Waterloo Road to Prince Edward Road, thence, Prince Edward Road to Arygle Street, thence, Argyle Street to Waterloo Road, thence, Waterloo Road to the railway line, thence, the railway line to Chatham Road, thence, due south to the south seashore, thence, the sea shore or sea wall to the Star Ferry Pier.

(b) The whole area enclosed by the above boundaries.

(c) Jordan Road, west of the said area.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

12th July, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

The amended con-

Note.-Condition 13 is set out in Government Notification No. 360 of 1928. dition specifies the roads, streets and areas in which itinerant hawkers are not permitted to use or utter cries.

Hong Kong.

No. 430.

Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 12 of the Summary Offences Ordinance, 1845, Ordinance No. 1 of 1845, on the 12th day of July, 1930.

 The hours from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. are hereby prescribed for the following district or places,―

B.-All that portion of the Kowloon Peninsula, north of Austin Road, which lies

within and including,-

Nathan Road, from the centre line of Austin Road to Prince Edward Road, thence, Prince Edward Road to the railway line, thence, the railway line to the tunnel face at Kowloon Tong, thence, a direct line to the northern end of Waterloo Road, thence, Waterloo Road to Prince Edward Road, thence, Prince Edward Road to Argyle

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335

Street, thence, Argyle Street to Waterloo Road, thence, Waterloo Road to the railway line, thence, the railway line to Chatham Road, thence, a due south line to the seashore, thence, a direct line to Austin Road.

C.-Jordan Road, west of district B above.

  The following consequential amendments are hereby made to the regulations set forth on pages 2 and 3 of the Regulations of Hong Kong, 1844-1925, under the heading " Chai-Mui"

(1) under the sub-heading "Kowloon Peninsula ", "A.-" is inserted at the commencement of the first line, next before the words "All that por- tion";

(2) the districts or places B and C, as set out above, are inserted next before the line commencing "All other parts of the Kowloon Peninsula "; and (3) "D.-" is inserted at the commencement of the line "All other parts of

the Kowloon Peninsula-12 midnight to".

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

12th July, 1930.

Hong Kong.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

No. 431.

  Regulation and direction made by the Governor in Council under section 13 of the Summary Offences Ordinance, 1845, Ordinance No. 1 of 1845, on the 12th day of July, 1930.

  The regulation set forth on page 3 of the Regulations of Hong Kong, 1844-1925, under the heading "Disturbance of public tranquillity", is hereby amended by the addition, at the end thereof, of the following,-

(c) That part of the Kowloon Peninsula, north of district (b) above, which lies

within and including,-

Nathan Road, from the centre line of Austin Road to Prince Edward Road, thence, Prince Edward Road to the railway line, thence, the railway line to the tunnel face at Kowloon Tong, thence, a direct line to the northern end of Waterloo Road, thence, Waterloo Road to Prince Edward Road, thence, Prince Edward Road to Argyle Street, thence, Argyle Street to Waterloo Road, thence, Waterloo Road to the railway line, thence, the railway line to Chatham Road, thence, a direct line to the north-east corner of district (b) above.

(d) Jordan Road, west of district (c) above.

Section 13 of the Summary Offences Ordinance, 1845, shall apply to such additional dis- tricts (c) and (d).

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

12th July, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 18, 1930.

Hong Kong.

No. 432.

   Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 5 of the Regulation of Chinese Ordinance, 1888, Ordinance No. 3 of 1888, on the 12th day of July, 1930.

The regulation set forth on page 137 of the Regulations of Hong Kong, 1844-1925, under the heading "Music", is hereby rescinded and the following regulation is substi- tuted therefor,-

That portion of the Kowloon Peninsula which lies within and including,--

Salisbury Road, from Star Ferry Pier to Canton Road, thence, Canton Road to Austin Road, thence, Austin Road to Nathan Road, thence, Nathan Road to Prince Edward Road, thence, Prince Edward Road to the rail- way line, thence, the railway line to the tunnel face at Kowloon Tong, thence, to the northern end of Waterloo Road, thence, Waterloo Road to Prince Edward Road, thence, Prince Edward Road to Argyle Street, thence, Argyle Street to Waterloo Road, thence, Waterloo Road to the railway line, thence, the railway line to Chatham Road, thence, due south to the south seashore, thence, the sea shore or sea wall to the Star Ferry Pier; and

Jordan Road, west of the district specified above,

are hereby specified by the Governor in Council as districts in the Colony within which. (except as by Ordinance No. 3 of 1888 provided) no person shall, in any public street or road, play any musical instrument or beat any drum or gong in connexion with any religious ceremony (except a funeral or marriage) or with any annual or other festival.

   The regulation set forth on page 138 of the Regulations of Hong Kong, 1844-1925 under the heading "Fireworks", is hereby rescinded and the following regulation is substituted therefor,-

That portion of the Kowloon Peninsula which lies within and including,-

Salisbury Road, from Star Ferry Pier to Canton Road, thence, Canton Road to Austin Road, thence, Austin Road to Nathan Road, thence, Nathan Road to Prince Edward Road, thence, Prince Edward Road to the railway line, thence, the railway line to the tunnel face at Kowloon Tong, thence, to the northern end of Waterloo Road, thence, Waterloo Road to Prince Edward Road, thence, Prince Edward Road to Argyle Street, thence, Argyle Street to Waterloo Road, thence, Waterloo Road to the railway line, thence, the railway line to Chatham Road, thence, due south to the south seashore, thence, the sea shore or sea wall to the Star Ferry Pier; and

Jordan Road, west of the district specified above,

are hereby specified by the Governor in Council as districts in the Colony within which (except as by Ordinance No. 3 of 1888 provided) no person shall discharge, kindle, or let off any firework or attempt to do so.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

12th July, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

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Hong Kong.

337

No. 433.

Rule made by the Governor in Council under section 18 of the Prisons Ordinance, 1899, Ordinance No. 4 of 1899, on the 13th day of July, 1930.

Rule 117 of the Prison Rules, set forth on page 201 of the Regulations of Hong Kong, 1844-1925, is hereby amended by the addition to paragraph (2) of the following,-

"If upon considering the case of any subordinate officer the Governor is of opinion that the officer does not deserve to be dismissed, but deserves some lesser punishment, he may inflict one or more of the following punishments, that is to say, reduction in rank, forfeiture of seniority, forfeiture of pay, and forfeiture of increments, as seems proper in the circumstances.'

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

13th July, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

No. 434

The Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, Ordinance No. 10 of 1899, Table L,

Quarantine Regulations.

  It is hereby declared by order of His Excellency the Governor in Council that Cebu is a place at which an infectious or contagious disease, namely, cholera, prevails.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

16th July, 1930.

APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

  No. 435.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. ALEXANDER WILLIAM GEORGE HERDER GRANTHAM to be Assistant Postmaster General in addition to his other duties, with effect from the 17th July, 1930.

18th July, 1939.

  No. 436.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. HENRY ROBERT BUTTERS to be a Police Magistrate, with effect from 17th July, 1930.

18th July, 1930.

338

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 18, 1930.

No. 437.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. JOHN SUTHERLAND MACLAREN to be an Assistant Colonial Treasurer, with effect from 18th July, 1930.

18th July, 1930.

No. 438-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. WALTER SCHOFIELD to be District Officer in the Southern District of the New Territories, with effect from this date.

18th July, 1930.

No. 439.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to authorise Mr. WALTER SCHOFIELD, under the provisions of section 58 of the New Territories Regulation Ordi- nance, 1910, Ordinance No. 34 of 1910, to hold a Small Debts Court in the New Territo- ries at the following places :-

The charge rooms of the Police Stations at Tsun Wan, Tai O (Lantao), Tung Chung (Lantao), Cheung Chau, Yung Shu Wan in Lamma Island, and the office of the District Officer, South, situate in the building known as "The Government Offices" situate in Pedder Street, Victoria, Hong Kong, over the General Post Office.

18th July, 1930.

No. 440.-His Majesty the KING has been pleased to approve the appointment of the Honourable Mr. JOHN OWEN HUGHES to be temporarily an Unofficial Member of the Executive Council in the place of the Honourable Sir HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, Kt., K.C., who is temporarily absent from the Colony.

18th July, 1930.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT

   No. 441.-His Excellency the Governor has seen fit by licence to direct, under sub-section (2) of section 64 of the Companies Ordinance, 1911, that JARDINE, MATHESON & Co., LIMITED, a company registered under the said Ordinance which uses as its name in Chinese characters the characters

and is a limited company other than

a China company, be exempted, wholly, from the requirements of the said sub-section.

18h July, 1930.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

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339

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

No. 442.-Extract of Meteorological Observations made at the Royal Observatory, Hong Kong, during the month of June, 1930.

BARO-

METER

TEMPERATURE.

HUMIDITY.

DATE.

ÁT M.S.L.

Max. Mean. Min.

Rel.

Abs.

CLOUDINESS.

SUNSHINE.

WIND.

RAIN.

Mean Mean Dir. Vel.

Miles

June

ins.

p. e.

ins.

p. e.

hrs.

ius.

Points.

p.h.

1,

29.72

89.6 83.7

79.1

79

0.91

60

9.8

0.190 SW by S

7.1

2,

.70

89.6 84.8

81.7

77

.91

57

10.7

S by W

6.9

3,

.74

89.5

81.4

90

52

I 1.2

SIVE

8.5

.78

88.2

手。

83.4 79.7

.92

71

7.0

0.295

S by W

7.4

5.

.79

84.3

80.0

75.5 $7

.89

98

1.7

4.675

SW

8.6

6,

.80

80.9 78.8 77.2 89

.87

100

0.565

W

3.4

7,

.84

77.9 75.7

73.6

9:

.81

ICO

0.365

ENE

7.7

8,

.89

80.9

76.1 69.3

78

.71

99

1.1

0.050

E by N

25.4

.90

9,

77-7 74.5

70.3

88

.75 99

2.800

E by N

23.5

10%

.91

824

77.8 74.8

.83

96

1. I

0.260

WSW

4.5

[1,

.89

85.1

79.3 76.0 85

.85

75

7.0

0.210

SSE

5.2

12,

.89

88.2

81.1 76.4

.86

50

S

10.9

4.6

.86

139

89.2

82.9

79.2 77

.87 72

10.4

0.005

SSW

6.8

14,

.79

89.0

83.4 80.1 74

.85

60

12.4

SSW

8.9

.-6

90.8

84.3 80.7

74

.87

64

11.2

0.005

SW

8.7

15,

16,

.78

90.3

845 82.1

76

.91

84

5.3

SW by S

9.5

17,

.84

85.4

80.3 76.8

$7

.90 97

0.2

1.175

S by E

6.2

18,

.88

85.4 78.2

86 74.4

19,

.84

88.0

82.4 78.4

20,

.79

88.8

83.6 80.4

21,

.76

88.9

83.9 79.2

22,

23,

.82

88.9

83.7 80.8 80

.85

89.0 83.9 80.9 79

24,

.85

87.0 83.4

80.6

251

.84 87.5 83.6

:

79.0

269

.82

87.1 83.3

79.1

27,

.79

86.4 83.3 79.0

28,

.79

87.3

84.1

80.0

29,

30,

•73

88.6

84.0 ! 81.7

ONERO 8 8 8 8

.83 92

2.6

0.700

E

6.6

82

.90

10.7

0.060

6.5

.89

69

4

0.035

9.5

.91

92

4.1

0.105

SSW

10.1

.92

74

5.8

0.070

6.2

.92 64

9.2

SE by E

9.6

80

.91 47

10.5

C.010

E by S

10.7

.92

40

11.9

0.080

E by S

13.2

31

I

.92 52

12.2

0.220

ESE

12.5

8+

.95

68

8.5

0.255

E by S

16.5

80

.94

56

12.0

0.025

E

18.6

So

.93

73

6.9

E

12.3

.64 90.3

84.5 80.6

71

.84 47

9.1

E by N

11.5

Q

Mean, 29.81 86.7

81.9 78.3 81

0.38 73 215.4

12.245

SE

9.9

MEANS AND EXTREMES FOR JUNE:-

Maximum,. Normals,

Minimum,

29.86

87.2 82.9 79.7 86 0.92 92 248.5 29.76 85.3 80.9 77.7 83 0.88 77 165.5 15.380 SE by S 11.7 29.68 81.3 77.8 75.3 79 0.80 63 84.7 2.335

34.375

15.6

7.6

   The rainfall for the month of June at the Botanical Gardens was 15ins. 00 on 21 days, at the Matilda Hospital, Mount Kellett, it was 9ins. 91 on 11 days, at Fanling, it was 9ins. 06 on 13 days, at the Royal Naval Hospital, Hong Kong, it was 15ins. 35 on 15 days, and at the Police Station, Taipo, it was 11ins. 90 on 21 days.

The lowest reading of the barometer (M.S.L.) was 29ins. 592 at 17h. on the 30th.

The maximum gust velocity, as recorded by the Dines-Baxendell anemograph, at the rate of 54 miles per hour at 20h. 52m. on the 8th.

T. F. CLAXTON,

Director.

was

16th July, 1930.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 18, 1930.

ASSESSOR'S OFFICE.

No. 443. The following alterations in house numbers are hereby notified.

OLD NUMBERS.

舊門牌

NEW NUMBERS.

新門牌

JOHNSTON ROAD.

莊士敦道

REMARKS.

That part of the road formerly known as Praya East which lies between the junc-

tion of Landale Street and Hennessy Road on the west and the junction of Mallory

Street and Hennessy Road on the East.

SOUTH SIDE.

EVEN NUMBERS.

15 16

17

一七

18

一八

18 A

一八A

19

一九

20

20 A

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

285

29

二十

A

二二二

二三四五六七八九

} } ] } ] } ] 1 ] } ]

246802

10

12

二號

M.L. 413.

四號 六號

""

""

""

八號

十號

"

Here is Li Chit Street.

14

16

18

四六八

Here is Gresson Street.

20

22

24

26

28

30

32

十二四六八十二四

第二二

三三三

二九

34

Here is Lun Fat Street.

36

30

三十

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

一二三四五六七

八九十一

三三四四

:

38

40

12

44

46

48

50

三六

三八

三四四四四四五

八十二四六八十

25 s.A. ss. 2.

ss. 1.

M.L. 25 S.E. ss. 1.

多多

""

多多

R.P.

295 (Missions to

Seamen Institute).

M.L. 296.

"3

"

呼呼

多多

31 R.P.

"

95

""

想修

99

39

>>

99

99

""

M.L. 36 S.G. & M.L. 31

M.L. 36 R.P.

M.L. 36 S.B. ss. 5.

""

:

Ss. 6.

R.P.

[S.F.

四八

""

""

五十

""

""

Here is Ship Street.

52

五二

54

五四

50

五六

五八

Here is Tai Wong Street West.

::

"

M.L. 64 S.I. R.P.

**

33

::

"

ss. 5.

ss. 6.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 18, 1930.

341

OLD NUMBERS.

NEW NUMBERS.

REMARKS.

舊門牌

新門牌

JOHNSTON ROAD,-Continued.

莊士敦道

SOUTH SIDE.

EVEN NUMBERS,

42

四二

60

43

四三

62

44

四四

64

45

四五

66

Here is Tai Wong Street East.

46

四六

68

六八

47

四七

70

七十

48

四入

72

七二

49

四九

74

七四

20

五十

52

53

五三

54

五四

55

五五

56

五六

57

五七

Here is Swatow Street.

M.L. 64 S.I. (to be ss. 1).

多多

多多

1).

ss. 2).

99

ss. 3).

M.L. 64A S.A. R.P.

4isi.

76

七六

M.L. 40 S.I.

78

七八

S.J.

80

八十

SK.

""

82

八二

R.P.

84

八四

::

"

S.L.

99

Here is Amoy Street.

86

八六

M.L. 42.

88

八八

90

九十

Here is Lee Tung Street.

58

五八

92

60

六十

94

九二 九四

M.L. 42.

M.L. 43 S.C. ss. 2.

60 A

六十A

96

九六

2.

多多

60 B

六十B

98

九八

ss. 3.

60 C

六十)

100

一百號

R.P.

39

多多

60 D

六十)

102

一零二

ss. 1.

99

Here is Spring Garden Lane.

61

62

63

64

65

66

六六六六六六

一二三四五六

104

-零四

106

·零六

108

·零八

110

112

114

四六八十二四

M.L. 115 S.C. ss. 1 R.P.

多多

多多

""

""

99

S.D.

1 S.A.

R.P.

""

""

""

""

Here is Tai Yuen Street.

67

六七

116

68

六八

118

69

六九

120

70

122

71

124

72

126

73

128

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

六八十二四六八

M.L. 116 S.A.

"

R.P.

""

^

""

""

多多

""

S.J.

""

两步

""

""

""

"

Here is Stone Nullah Lane.

342

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 18, 1930.

OLD NUMBERS.

NEW NUMBERS.

REMARKS.

舊門牌

新門牌

JOHNSTON ROAD,-Continued.

EVEN NUMBERS.

莊士敦道

SOUTH SIDE.

74

七四

130

75

七五

132

76

七六

134

77

七七

136

78

七八

138

79

七九

140

80

八十

142

!

一四十

一四二

F

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

三三三三三四四 十二四六八十二

M.L. 117 S.A. ss. 3.

3.

""

R.P.

""

""

"

""

""

ss. 4.

多多

""

ss. 2.

"

>>

ss. 1.

99

59

"

Here is Tai Wo Street.

81

82

83

八八八

144

一四四

M.L. 118 R.P.

146

一四六

"

八三

148

一四八

""

84

八四

150

一五十

85

八五 ·

152

一五二

八六

154

一五四

87

八七

156

一五六

88

八八

158

一五八

S.A. ss. 1.

R.P.

S.B. ss. 1 & S.E ss. 1 & S.D. ss. 1.

S.B. ss. 1 &

S.E. ss. 1.

S.C. R.P. &

S.B. R.P. &

S.E. SS. 2 R.P.

S.C. ss. 1 &

S.E. SS. 2 S.A.

Here is Triangle Street.

89

八九

160

90

九十

162

"

91

九一

164

六四

""

92

九二

166

M.L. 119 s.C. R.P.

"

R.P.

99

ss. 1 &

[119 S.D.

93

九三

168

·六八

;

94

九四

170

一七十

95

九五

172

一七二

33

96

九六

174

一七四

多多

97

九七

176

一七六

^

Here is Wanchai Road.

No. 2 Police Station.

99

九九

178

一七八

M.L. 107 s.A.

100

一百號

180

一八十

""

""

25

101

182

一八二

"

102

184

一八四

""

"

""

103

186

一八六

39

""

104

185

一八八

""

""

"

105

-零五

190

一九十

^

""

106

-零六

192

一九二

25

108 s.A.

& M.L.

[108 S.A.

107

一零七

194

一九四

108

一零八

196

一九六

109

一零九

198

一九八

:::

:::

""

1

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 18, 1930.

343

OLD NUMBERS.

NEW NUMBERS.

REMARKS.

舊門牌

新門牌

0

JOHNSTON ROAD,-Continued.

莊士敦道

SOUTH SIDE.

EVEN NUMBERS.

110

+

200

二百號

M.L. 108 S.A.

111

202

二零二

""

""

112

113

114

115

116

11111 EHK

204

二零四

""

""

99

206

二零六

& M.L. 109

""

s.A. ss. 3.

208

二零八

109 s.A. ss. 2.

"

210

一十

212

وو

ss. 1.

""

""

R.P.

117

118

119

120

121

122

123

Here is Burrows Street.

214

216

218

220

222

224

四六八十二

1 1 1 1111

226

Here is Mallory Street.

M.L. 110 s.A.

25

""

R.P.

95

>>

"

S.B.

HENNESSY ROAD.

軒尼士道

From Arsenal Street eastward to the junction of Great George Street with Yee Wo Street.

(From Mallory Street eastward this road was formerly known as Praya East).

SOUTH SIDE.

EVEN NUMBERS.

20

22

Naval Canteen.

Sailor's & Soldier's Home.

9

九號

10

十號

11

12

13

14

號號一二三四

Here is Anton Road.

24

26

28

30

32

34

M.L. 23.

""

""

""

35

22

A

A

""

二二三三三三

四六八十二四

Here is Landale Street.

344

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 18, 1930.

OLD NUMBERS.

NEW NUMBERS.

REMARKS.

舊門牌

新門牌

HENNESSY ROAD, -Continued.

軒尼士道

Then Fenwick Street, then Luard Road, then O'Brien Road, then Fleming Road

then Mallory Street.

SOUTH SIDE.

EVEN NUMBERS.

124

125

126

127

128

129

130

131

132

133

134

135

136

137

138

139

140

141

四五六七八九十

二二二二二二三

一二

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

一二三

111 111111111 四五六七八九十一

276

二七六

278

二七八

280

二八十

282

二八二

284

二八 八四

286

二八六

288

二八八

M.L. 111.

99

**

:

V

97

Here is Heard Street.

290

二九十

M.L.113.

292

二九二

294

二九四

296

二九六

298

二九八

300

三百號

302

三零

304

306

308

310

312

"

143 143 A

·四三

314

·四三 A

316

143 B

·四三 B

318

145

-四五

320

145 A

--

一四五 A

322

145 B

·四五 B

324

偷偷

99

146

326

99

146 A

·四六 A

328

29

146 B

一四六 B

330

147

一四七

332

147 A

·四七A

334

147 B

一四七 B

336

148

一四八

338

""

......

340-346

三四十至三四六

150

一五十

348

三四八

152

一五二

350

三五十

352-358

五二至三五八

154

一五四

360

六十

156

-五六

362

157

一五七

364

......

......

366-370

159

一五九

372

六八號二四六八十二 四六八十二四六八十二四六八十八十二十二四六二 一 一一二二三二二三三三三三四四五五六六

绵绵

113.

(at back).

& M.L. 114

(at back).

""

114.

݂ܕ

120.

""

""

(at back).

120.

(at back).

121 R.P.

""

多多

(Number

25

reserved).

122

::

a

多多

呼呼

123 S.U.

R.P.

22

"

124 s.A.

Numbers reserved.

M.L. 124 s.B.

197.

27

Numbers reserved.

M.L. 197.

196 R.P.

""

六四

""

""

大至三七十 Numbers reserved.

M.L. 196 s.A.

Here is Tin Lok Lane.

ر

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 18, 1930.

345

OLD NUMBERS.

NEW NUMBERS.

舊門牌

新門牌

REMARKS.

HENNESSY ROAD,-Continued.

軒尼士道

SOUTH SIDE.

EVEN NUMBERS.

161

374

三七四

M.L. 283 s.C.

162

376

七六

s.D.

"

163

378

七八

99

"

""

164

380

""

165

382

三八

166

384

三八

S.H.

""

167

386

三八六

""

39

:

""

168

·六天

388

三八八

多少

""

""

169

-六九

390

九十

R.P.

""

33

170

-七十

392

三九二

"

"

171

一七一

394

三九四

A

""

s.G.

""

Here is Chi Shing Lane.

172

396

三九六

M.L. 283 s.E.

173

-七

398

三九八

""

多多

""

174

-七四

400

四百號

""

""

""

175

·七五

402

四年二

S.F. & M.L.

"

176

-七六

404

四零四

[271 S.C.

271 s.C.

177

-七七

406

四零六

""

""

多多

178

一七八

408

四零八

R.P.

179

一七九

410

::

""

""

34

180

一八十

412

""

181

414

四四

""

"3

182

416

四一六

25

:

""

Here is Bowr ngton Street.

184

一八四

418

185

一八五

420

186

一八六

422

187

一八七

424

188

一八八

426

189

一八九

428

190

一九十

430

四四四四四四四

四一八

M.L. 270.

四二十

四三十

八十二四六八十

一二二二二二三

""

""

""

"

""

""

>>

""

"

Here is Bowrington Canal Road West, then Bowrington Canal,

then Bowrington Canal Road East.

191

一九一

432

四三二

192

一九:

434

四三四

M.L. 269 s.F.

s.E.

"

193

一九三

436

四三六

>>

194

一九四

438

四三八

::

"

s.D.

195

一九五

440

四四十

25

196

一九六

442

四四二

s.C.

15

197

一九七

444

四四四

s.B.

33

198

一九八

446

四四六

s.A.

""

""

199

一九九

448

四四八

""

""

99

200

201

202

203

百零零零

二百號

450

四五十

201 s.E.

"

452

四五二

s.F.

""

454

四五四

S.B.

456

四五六

::

::

346

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 18, 1930.

OLD NUMBERS.

舊門牌

NEW NUMBERS.

REMARKS.

新門牌

HENNESSY ROAD,-Continued.

軒尼士道

SOUTH SIDE.

EVEN NUMBERS.

204

二零四

458

四五八

M.L. 201 s.B.

205

二零五

460

四六十

s.A. ss. 1 S.A.

""

"

206

二零六

462

四六二

207

二零七

464

四六四

ss. 2 & 202A_R.P.

202A R.P.

208

二零天

466

四六六

""

209

零九

468

四六八

210

+

470

四七十

202 s.F.

211

472

四七二

s.E.

212

474

四七四

S.D.

213

214

1111

476

四七六

s.C.

"

39

478

四七八

s.DD.

215

二一五

Here is Tang Lung Street.

480 & 482 四八十及四八二 四八四至四八六

484-486

M.L.202 s.A. (Godown)

Numbers reserved.

Here is Percival Street.

299

二九九

488

四八八

M.L.365.

300

三百號

490

四九十

301

492

四九二

302

494

四九四

D

303

496

四九六

""

99

304

498

四九八

""

305

三零五

500

五百號

(Prava East

"

Police Station)

11th July, 1930.

Here is Ewo Eill Street.

Then Lee Garden (East Point Hil).

Then Jardine's Bazaar.

C. McI. MESSER,

Treasurer and Assessor of Rates.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

  No. 444.-It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Crown on Inland Lot No. 102 has been registered according to law.

15th July, 1930.

PHILIPS JACK,

Land Officer.

0

346

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 18, 1930.

OLD NUMBERS.

舊門牌

NEW NUMBERS.

REMARKS.

新門牌

HENNESSY ROAD,-Continued.

軒尼士道

SOUTH SIDE.

EVEN NUMBERS.

204

二零四

458

四五八

M.L. 201 s.B.

205

二零五

460

四六十

s.A. ss. 1 S.A.

""

"

206

二零六

462

四六二

207

二零七

464

四六四

ss. 2 & 202A_R.P.

202A R.P.

208

二零天

466

四六六

""

209

零九

468

四六八

210

+

470

四七十

202 s.F.

211

472

四七二

s.E.

212

474

四七四

S.D.

213

214

1111

476

四七六

s.C.

"

39

478

四七八

s.DD.

215

二一五

Here is Tang Lung Street.

480 & 482 四八十及四八二 四八四至四八六

484-486

M.L.202 s.A. (Godown)

Numbers reserved.

Here is Percival Street.

299

二九九

488

四八八

M.L.365.

300

三百號

490

四九十

301

492

四九二

302

494

四九四

D

303

496

四九六

""

99

304

498

四九八

""

305

三零五

500

五百號

(Prava East

"

Police Station)

11th July, 1930.

Here is Ewo Eill Street.

Then Lee Garden (East Point Hil).

Then Jardine's Bazaar.

C. McI. MESSER,

Treasurer and Assessor of Rates.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

  No. 444.-It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Crown on Inland Lot No. 102 has been registered according to law.

15th July, 1930.

PHILIPS JACK,

Land Officer.

0

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 18, 1930.

-

The Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900.

347

  No. 445. It is hereby notified, under section 6 of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, Ordinance No. 10 of 1900, that the Board of Arbitrators appointed to determine the amount of compensation to be paid in respect of the resumption of Lot No. 365 Survey District II is constituted as follows: --

Mr. PHILIP JACKS, Justice of the Peace, Chairman.

Mr. ARTHUR GEORGE WARNHAM TICKLE, F.R.I.B.A., nominated by His Excellency

the Governor.

Mr. ERNEST MANNING HAZELAND, nominated by the Chairman on behalf of the

owner.

  It is hereby further notified that the Chairman hereby appoints Wednesday, the 23rd day of July, 1930, at 2.15 o'clock in the afternoon, at the Land Office, Supreme Court House, Hong Kong, as the time and place for the Board to commence its sittings.

  Any person claiming compensation, whether as owner or otherwise, by reason of such resumption must, before the commencement of the sittings of the Board, transmit to the Colonial Secretary, for transmission to the Board, a written claim stating the nature of his right or interest in the land and the amount which he seeks to recover.

C

16th July, 1930.

置在

PHILIP JACKS,

Chairman of the Board of Arbitrators.

一千九百年收回政府公地則例 憲示第四百四十五號

例五

俾得秉公决斷茲將所委公斷人開列於左 佈告於衆至應補囘補償費若干則現經委定公斷人組織公斷局 條規定將政府所擬收囘第二號丈量約份第三百六十五號地 啓者茲按照一千九百年第十條則例即收回政府公地則例第六

太平紳士

丈政

丈量師

政府官員

希狄翟

路仕

先先

希仕倫先生

主席

由督憲指派

由主席指派代表業主出席

遞呈布政司轉交公斷人審查此佈 對於收回之地所有權利之詳情及欲取回補置費若干繕列清楚 置者無論其爲業主或別項人等湏於公斷人開始叙會之前將其 在臬署田土廳內堂開始叙會審查該事如有因該地收回欲求補 本主席現定於陽歷七月廿三號即星期三日下午兩點十五分鐘

其補

公斷局主席翟仕啓

一千九百三十年七月十六日

發於香港臬署

348

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 18, 1930.

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LAND REGISTRY OFFICE, TAI Po.

No. 446.-It is hereby notified for general information that Memorial of Re-entry by the Crown on the undermentioned Lots in the Northern District of the New Territo- ries has been registered according to law :-

District No.

13

18

22

28

34-

36

41

44

45

53

54

77

82

84

988 * 3 38

Lot No.

435, 438, 447, 449, 456, 459, 467.

4A.

883, 884.

131, 212, 448.

364, 366, 370, 375, 380, 384B, 386, 391, 395, 399.

350, 416, 548, 550, 593, 1015, 1019, 1022, 1043, 1044, 1065. 631A, 687.

608, 613, 680.

536, 578, 596, 686, 976, 986, 991, 1055.

75.

2310.

120A.

620, 637, 640, 642, 660, 958, 960, 1008, 1059, 1063, 1166,

1356.

129, 132, 138, 165, 279, 461, 474, 475, 588, 590, 602, 607, 613,

615, 905, 923, 910, 918, 958.

1563, 1847, 1967, 2020, 2067, 2064, 2065, 2221, 2222, 2223,

2589, 2895, 3535.

790, 1296, 1361, 1369, 1413, 1419, 1422, 1488, 1496, 1708.

67.

3263. 171.

507, 510, 597, 598, 1475, 1575, 1664, 1894, 2261A, 2269 2270, 2307, 2389, 2418, 2768, 2783, 2873 (C-D), 2883. 24, 32, 52, 53, 54, 55, 345, 447, 461, 523.

93

96

99

102

110

111

113

114

115

31.

116

118

124

126

129

375, 530, 624, 1571.

3508, 3773, 3844, 3875, 4008, 4041. 2044, 2052.

1466.

559, 560, 561.

SO, 360B, 391, 405, 416, 418, 452, 461, 471, 473, 513, 539, 705, 888, 892, 895, 896, 902, 923, 959, 966, 969, 987, 993, 1569, 1570, 1573, 1577, 1588.

133

250.

135

94, 95.

151

103.

159

112.

215

507.

375

1013, 1018.

378

384

385

25.

386

1.

389

391

395

Li Uk Tsun

628.

264, 265, 266, 267, 268, 269, 270, 271, 272, 273, 274, 275,

278, 383, 385, 388.

155, 159, 160, 165, 166, 167, 211, 213, 249, 263, 264, 265,

266, 269, 271, 273, 322, 348, 363, 364, 400.

184, 190, 191, 192, 196, 197, 198, 200.

90, 152.

House No. 22B, 25, 30, 47.

Shan Kai Wat

""

""

38, 43, 82.

Ma On Kong

""

""

10, 31, 160, 163.

Cheung Po

63.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 18, 1930.

349

Kam Tin Pik Pin

House No. 363, 364, 374.

Wing Ning Li

""

92, 173, 229, 230, 237, 261, 282.

San Lung Wai Toi Shan Tsun Chuk Hang Tong Tau Po Lin Fa Ti

32.

25

""

81.

""

77.

39

""

""

5, 21, 101.

304.

""

""

Sheung Tsun

39

""

9, 188, 191.

Lo Wai

33.

""

Hung Tso Tin

25.

""

""

Shek Kong Tsun

""

""

18, 19, 33.

Hang Mi

50, 53.

Heung Un Wai

""

""

4, 7.

Pak Sha

Tsz Tin Wai

Tại Siu Hang

Mong Tseng Wai

Kak Tin Tsun

Sai Shan Tsun

48, 72.

""

""

74.

>>

""

""

""

""

""

""

22, 23.

13, 15, 42, 52.

9, 10.

4, 8, 10, 33, 111, 120. ·

Shan Pui

14th July, 1930.

131.

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E. I. WYNNE-Jones,

District Officer, North.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 447.-lt is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909 :-

Number

of

Date of Registration.

Names and Addresses of Owners.

Marks.

Period of Renewal.

Classes in

which renewed.

File Nos.

Nos. 34 & 35 of 1902.

18th July,

1902.

No. 30 of 1902.

11th July, 1902.

No. 31 of 1902.

18th July, 1902.

Nos. 117 to 123 of 1916.

13th July, 1916

17th July, 1930.

British American Tobacco Com- pany, Limited, Westminster House, 7, Millbank, London.

J. & J. M. Worrall, Ltd., Salford,

Lancashire, England.

Curtis's & Harvey, Limited, of 3, Gracechurch Street, Lon- don, England.

Foster-McClellan Co., 8, Wells Street, Oxford Street, Lon- don, England; 246 & 248, Michigan Street, Buffalo, New York, U.S.A. and 76, Pitt Street, Sydney, New South Wales.

18th July,

45

1944.

86 of 1930.

11th July,

24

1944.

82 of 1930.

18th July,

20

85

1944.

of 1930.

13th July, 1944.

3

83 of 1930.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marke.

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349

Kam Tin Pik Pin

House No. 363, 364, 374.

Wing Ning Li

""

92, 173, 229, 230, 237, 261, 282.

San Lung Wai Toi Shan Tsun Chuk Hang Tong Tau Po Lin Fa Ti

32.

25

""

81.

""

77.

39

""

""

5, 21, 101.

304.

""

""

Sheung Tsun

39

""

9, 188, 191.

Lo Wai

33.

""

Hung Tso Tin

25.

""

""

Shek Kong Tsun

""

""

18, 19, 33.

Hang Mi

50, 53.

Heung Un Wai

""

""

4, 7.

Pak Sha

Tsz Tin Wai

Tại Siu Hang

Mong Tseng Wai

Kak Tin Tsun

Sai Shan Tsun

48, 72.

""

""

74.

>>

""

""

""

""

""

""

22, 23.

13, 15, 42, 52.

9, 10.

4, 8, 10, 33, 111, 120. ·

Shan Pui

14th July, 1930.

131.

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E. I. WYNNE-Jones,

District Officer, North.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 447.-lt is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909 :-

Number

of

Date of Registration.

Names and Addresses of Owners.

Marks.

Period of Renewal.

Classes in

which renewed.

File Nos.

Nos. 34 & 35 of 1902.

18th July,

1902.

No. 30 of 1902.

11th July, 1902.

No. 31 of 1902.

18th July, 1902.

Nos. 117 to 123 of 1916.

13th July, 1916

17th July, 1930.

British American Tobacco Com- pany, Limited, Westminster House, 7, Millbank, London.

J. & J. M. Worrall, Ltd., Salford,

Lancashire, England.

Curtis's & Harvey, Limited, of 3, Gracechurch Street, Lon- don, England.

Foster-McClellan Co., 8, Wells Street, Oxford Street, Lon- don, England; 246 & 248, Michigan Street, Buffalo, New York, U.S.A. and 76, Pitt Street, Sydney, New South Wales.

18th July,

45

1944.

86 of 1930.

11th July,

24

1944.

82 of 1930.

18th July,

20

85

1944.

of 1930.

13th July, 1944.

3

83 of 1930.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marke.

350

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 18, 1930.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 448. It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has expired and that they will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 19th August, 1930, unless the prescribed fees for renewal of registration are paid before that date:-

Number of Trade

Marks.

Names and Addresses of Proprietors.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

File Nos.

No. 32 of 1902.

Curtis's & Harvey, Limited, 3, Gracechurch Street, London, England.

18th July, 1930.

85 of 1930.

Nos. 33 and 36 of 1902.

British American Tobacco Company, Limited, Westminster House, 7, Millbank, London, S.W., England.

Do.

86 of 1930.

17th July, 1930.

E. P. H. LANG,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

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352

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 25, 1930.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

Hong Kong.

No. 449

Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Post Office Ordi- nance, 1926, Ordinance No. 7 of 1926, on the 24th day of July, 1930.

1. The regulations made by the Governor in Council under the Post Office Ordi- nance, 1926, and set forth in Government Notification No. 337 in the Gazette of the 25th June, 1926, are hereby further amended as follows:--

(a) by the rescission of regulation 1 and by the substitution therefor of the

following regulation,-

1. The following rates of postage shall be charged on letters (other than

postcards) addressed to the following destinations:--

DESTINATION.

Places in the Colony

United Kingdom and Bri- tish Possessions and Pro-

tectorates.

Macao

China proper, excluding Sinkiang, Mongolia and Thibet.

Foreign countries gene-

rally.

RATE OF POSTAGE.

3 cents for each oz. or

part of an oz.

8 cents for each oz. or

part of an oz.

4 cents for each oz. or

part of an oz.

14 cents for the first oz. and 8 cents for each additional oz. or part of an oz.

(b) by the rescission of paragraph (2) of regulation 3,

(c) by the rescission of paragraph (1) of regulation 5 and by the substitution

therefor of the following paragraph,-

(1) Circulars for addresses in the Colony or for Wei Hai Wei which are posted in batches of not less than ten of uniform size and weight, and which are posted by being delivered to an officer of the Post Office, shall be charged postage at the rate of 2 cents for each two ounces or part of two ounces.

2. The foregoing regulation, and the amendments made thereby, shall come into operation and effect on the 1st day of August, 1930.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

24th July, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 25, 1930.

No. 450.

The Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, Ordinance No. 10 of 1899, Table L,

Quarantine Regulations.

353

  It is hereby declared by order of His Excellency the Governor in Council that Iloilo is a place at which an infectious or contagious disease, namely, cholera, prevails.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

25th July, 1930.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

  No. 451.-His Majesty the KING has not been advised to exercise his power of disallowance with respect to the following Ordinance :---

Ordinance No. 3 of 1930.-An Ordinance to amend further the Opium Ordi-

nance, 1923.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

25th July, 1930.

APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

N. L. SMITH,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

  No. 452.-The King's Exequatur empowering Mr. GEORGE BLISS LANE to act as a Vice-Consul for the United States of America in Hong Kong has received His Majesty's signature.

22nd July, 1930.

  No. 453.-His Majesty the KING has been pleased to approve the appointment of the Honourable Mr. BENJAMIN DAVID FLEMING BEITH to be an Unofficial Member of the Legislative Council, vice Mr. ARTHUR CECIL HYNES resigned, with effect from 15th March, 1930,

24th July, 1930.

  No. 454.-His Majesty the KING has been pleased to approve the appointment of the Honourable Mr. CHARLES GORDON STEWART MACKIE to be temporarily an Unofficial Member of the Legislative Council in the place of the Honourable Sir HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, Kt., K.C, who is temporarily absent from the Colony.

24th July, 1950.

  No. 455. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Sub-Inspector EDWARD JOHN ELLIS to be an Examiner of Weights and Measures under the Weights and Measures Ordinance, 1885, section 4, and also an Inspector under the Gunpowder and Fireworks Ordinance, 1901, section 14.

25th July, 1930.

354

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 25, 1930.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

   No. 456.-- With reference to Government Notification No. 401, published in the Gazette of the 27th June, 1930, and relating to the authorization of the following ceme- teries:-

(A) Kowloon Cemetery No. 1: (B) Kowloon Cemetery No. 2;

(C) Kowloon Cemetery No. 3; and

(D) New Kowloon Cemetery No. 4

it is hereby notified that the Sai Yu Shek New Cemetery and the Ho Man Tin Chinese Cemetery, which appear in the list of authorised cemeteries in section 90 of the Public FHealth and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, Ordinance No. 1 of 1903, are merged in the first before mentioned cemeteries, or some or one of them, and should be deleted from the said list.

25th July, 1930.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

:

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

To the Owner of Survey District No. I Lot No. 493, Section A.

   No. 457.--It is hereby notified that the Governor in Council having decided that the resumption of the property registered in the District Office, South, as Survey District No. I Lot No. 493, Section A, is required for a public purpose and in the opinion of the Governor private negotiations for the purchase thereof having failed, the said property and all rights, easements and appurtenances thereto belonging or appertaining will be resumed by the Crown on the expiration of four months from the publication of this notice and thereupon such compensation in respect of such resumption will be paid as may be awarded in the manner provided by the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance,

1900.

25th .Tuly, 1930.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

第四百五十七號

業終

諭知事現奉

布政司夏

現因舉辦公益經本督會同議政局 議定將其收回並以政府名義向該

約份内地第四百九十三號甲與 督憲令開田土廳注册之第一丈量

該囘囘

未以

業主磋商購囘迄未允願本督意其 終難成議仰該司卽行出示諭知該

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右諭第一丈量約份内地第

一千九百三十年七月廿五日

公至滿該其

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 25, 1930.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

To the Owner of Survey District I Lot No. 428.

355

  No. 458.--It is hereby notified under section 4 of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, Ordinance No. 10 of 1900, that His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to nominate Mr. ARTHUR GEORGE WARNHAM TICKLE to be a member of the Board of Arbitrators to determine the amount of compensation to be paid in respect of the resumption of Survey District I Lot No. 428.

  In the event of your failing to nominate a member to represent you on the said Board within seven days from the date of publication of this notice the Chairman of the Board will appoint a person on your behalf.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

布政司夏

通告事照得第一丈量 爲

第督

選定一人以便公斷此 則該局之主席將代其 斷員會同公斷局公斷

起七日內仍未選定公 該地業i由通告之H 該地應當補置若干如 高君爲公斷局員議訂

地則例第四節委定鐵 第十條則例卽收囘公

督憲按照一千九百年

八號政府現須收回今 約份内地第四百十

25th July, 1980,

布選

千八份右

九號內

份内地段第四百十 右通告第一丈量約

百業

七卅

七月廿五日

THE CROWN LANDS RESUMPTION ORDINANCE, 1900.

To the Owner of Survey District IV Lot No. 914, Sec. E, R.P.

  No. 459.-It is hereby notified, pursuant to section 16 (2) of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, that an award of $69.68 has been made in respect of the resumption of Survey District IV Lot No. 914, Section E, R.P. and that the District Officer, South, a Government Officer, is hereby appointed to pay the compensation so awarded together with interest thereon as prescribed by the said Ordinance, at his office, and during Government office hours between 11 o'clock in the forenoon of Friday, the 1st day of August, 1930 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Friday, the 1st day of August, 1930. If no claim be made for the compensation money at the place, and within the time appointed the officer appointed as above will cause such money to be paid into the Treasury, and the provisions of section 16 (5) and (6) of the said Ordinance as to claims within five years, or transfer, thereafter, to the general revenue of the Colony, as the case nay be, will apply to the said money.

19th July, 1930.

HAROLD T. CREASY,

Director of Public Works.

356

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 25, 1930.

THE CROWN LANDS RESUMPTION ORDINANCE, 1900.

To the Owner of Survey District IV Lot No. 914, Sec. II, sub-section 2.

   No. 460.-It is hereby notified, pursuant to section 16 (2) of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, that an award of $87.12 has been made in respect of the resumption of Survey District IV Lot No. 914, Section H, sub-section 2 and that the District Officer, South, a Government Officer, is hereby appointed to pay the compensa- tion so awarded together with interest thereon as prescribed by the said Ordinance, at his office, and during Government office hours between 11 o'clock in the forenoon of Friday, the 1st day of August, 1930 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Friday, the 1st day of August, 1930. If no claim be made for the compensation money at the place, and within the time appointed the officer appointed as above will cause such money to be paid into the Treasury, and the provisions of section 16 (5) and (6) of the said Ordinance as to claims within five years, or transfer, thereafter, to the general revenue of the Colony, as the case may be, will apply to the said money.

19th July, 1930.

HAROLD T. CREASY,

Director of Public Works.

THE CROWN LANDS RESUMPTION ORDINANCE, 1900.

To the Owner of Survey District IV Lot No. 914, Sec. D, R.P.

No. 461.-It is hereby notified, pursuant to section 16 (2) of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, that an award of $87.12 has been made in respect of the resumption of Survey District IV Lot No. 914, Section D, R.P. and that the District Officer, South, a Government Officer, is hereby appointed to pay the compensation so awarded together with interest thereon as prescribed by the said Ordinance, at his office, and during Government office hours between 11 o'clock in the forenoon of Friday, the 1st day of August, 1930 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Friday, the 1st day of August, 1930. If no claim be made for the compensation money at the place, and within the time appointed the officer appointed as above will cause such money to be paid into the Treasury, and the provisions of section 16 (5) and (6) of the said Ordinance as to claims within five years, or transfer, thereafter, to the general revenue of the Colony, as the case may be, will apply to the said money.

19th July, 1930.

HAROLD T. CREASY,

Director of Public Works.

THE CROWN LANDS RESUMPTION ORDINANCE, 1900.

To the Owner of Survey District IV Lot No. 914, Sec. D, sub-section 2.

No. 462.-It is hereby notified, pursuant to section 16 (2) of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, that an award of $186.80 has been made in respect of the resumption of Survey District IV Lot No. 914, Section D, sub-section 2 and that the District Officer, South, a Government Officer, is hereby appointed to pay the compensa- tion so awarded together with interest thereon as prescribed by the said Ordinance, at his office, and during Government office hours between 11 o'clock in the forenoon of

356

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 25, 1930.

THE CROWN LANDS RESUMPTION ORDINANCE, 1900.

To the Owner of Survey District IV Lot No. 914, Sec. II, sub-section 2.

   No. 460.-It is hereby notified, pursuant to section 16 (2) of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, that an award of $87.12 has been made in respect of the resumption of Survey District IV Lot No. 914, Section H, sub-section 2 and that the District Officer, South, a Government Officer, is hereby appointed to pay the compensa- tion so awarded together with interest thereon as prescribed by the said Ordinance, at his office, and during Government office hours between 11 o'clock in the forenoon of Friday, the 1st day of August, 1930 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Friday, the 1st day of August, 1930. If no claim be made for the compensation money at the place, and within the time appointed the officer appointed as above will cause such money to be paid into the Treasury, and the provisions of section 16 (5) and (6) of the said Ordinance as to claims within five years, or transfer, thereafter, to the general revenue of the Colony, as the case may be, will apply to the said money.

19th July, 1930.

HAROLD T. CREASY,

Director of Public Works.

THE CROWN LANDS RESUMPTION ORDINANCE, 1900.

To the Owner of Survey District IV Lot No. 914, Sec. D, R.P.

No. 461.-It is hereby notified, pursuant to section 16 (2) of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, that an award of $87.12 has been made in respect of the resumption of Survey District IV Lot No. 914, Section D, R.P. and that the District Officer, South, a Government Officer, is hereby appointed to pay the compensation so awarded together with interest thereon as prescribed by the said Ordinance, at his office, and during Government office hours between 11 o'clock in the forenoon of Friday, the 1st day of August, 1930 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Friday, the 1st day of August, 1930. If no claim be made for the compensation money at the place, and within the time appointed the officer appointed as above will cause such money to be paid into the Treasury, and the provisions of section 16 (5) and (6) of the said Ordinance as to claims within five years, or transfer, thereafter, to the general revenue of the Colony, as the case may be, will apply to the said money.

19th July, 1930.

HAROLD T. CREASY,

Director of Public Works.

THE CROWN LANDS RESUMPTION ORDINANCE, 1900.

To the Owner of Survey District IV Lot No. 914, Sec. D, sub-section 2.

No. 462.-It is hereby notified, pursuant to section 16 (2) of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, that an award of $186.80 has been made in respect of the resumption of Survey District IV Lot No. 914, Section D, sub-section 2 and that the District Officer, South, a Government Officer, is hereby appointed to pay the compensa- tion so awarded together with interest thereon as prescribed by the said Ordinance, at his office, and during Government office hours between 11 o'clock in the forenoon of

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 25, 1930.

357

 Friday, the 1st day of August, 1930 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Friday, the 1st day of August, 1930. If no claim be made for the compensation money at the place, and within the time appointed the officer appointed as above will cause such money to be paid into the Treasury, and the provisions of section 16 (5) and (6) of the said Ordinance as to claims within five years, or transfer, thereafter, to the general revenue of the Colony, as the case may be, will apply to the said money.

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19th July, 1930.

HAROLD T. CREASY,

Director of Public Works.

THE CROWN LANDS RESUMPTION ORDINANCE, 1900.

To the Owners of Lots Nos. 1920, 1921, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1932, 1936, 1941, 1942, 1945 Sec. A, 1964, 1968, 1984, 1986 and 1988, Survey District IV.

   No. 463.-It is hereby notified, pursuant to section 16 (2) of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, that awards have been made in respect of the above lots as follows:-

Lot No. 1920...........

$283

1921..

368

""

1924...

330

""

1925....

342

""

1926...

336

""

1927...

372

""

1928....

406

1932

87

""

1936..

439

""

1941....

320

25

1942.....

355

""

1945 Section A

226

1964.......

318

""

1968.

285

""

1984...

355

1986...

329

""

1988..

464

""

 and that the District Officer, South, a Government Officer, is hereby appointed to pay the compensation so awarded together with interest thereon as prescribed by the said Ordinance, at his office, and during Government office hours between 11 o'clock in the forenoon of Friday, the 1st day of August, 1930 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Friday, the 1st day of August, 1930. If no claim be made for the compensation monies at the place, and within the time appointed the officer appointed as above will cause the monies unclaimed to be paid into the Treasury, and the provisions of section 16 (5) and (6) of the said Ordinance as to claims within five years, or transfer, thereafter, to the general revenue of the Colony, as the case may be, will apply to the said monies.

HAROLD T. CREASY,

Director of Public Works.

22nd July, 1930.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 25, 1930.

357

 Friday, the 1st day of August, 1930 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Friday, the 1st day of August, 1930. If no claim be made for the compensation money at the place, and within the time appointed the officer appointed as above will cause such money to be paid into the Treasury, and the provisions of section 16 (5) and (6) of the said Ordinance as to claims within five years, or transfer, thereafter, to the general revenue of the Colony, as the case may be, will apply to the said money.

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19th July, 1930.

HAROLD T. CREASY,

Director of Public Works.

THE CROWN LANDS RESUMPTION ORDINANCE, 1900.

To the Owners of Lots Nos. 1920, 1921, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1932, 1936, 1941, 1942, 1945 Sec. A, 1964, 1968, 1984, 1986 and 1988, Survey District IV.

   No. 463.-It is hereby notified, pursuant to section 16 (2) of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, that awards have been made in respect of the above lots as follows:-

Lot No. 1920...........

$283

1921..

368

""

1924...

330

""

1925....

342

""

1926...

336

""

1927...

372

""

1928....

406

1932

87

""

1936..

439

""

1941....

320

25

1942.....

355

""

1945 Section A

226

1964.......

318

""

1968.

285

""

1984...

355

1986...

329

""

1988..

464

""

 and that the District Officer, South, a Government Officer, is hereby appointed to pay the compensation so awarded together with interest thereon as prescribed by the said Ordinance, at his office, and during Government office hours between 11 o'clock in the forenoon of Friday, the 1st day of August, 1930 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Friday, the 1st day of August, 1930. If no claim be made for the compensation monies at the place, and within the time appointed the officer appointed as above will cause the monies unclaimed to be paid into the Treasury, and the provisions of section 16 (5) and (6) of the said Ordinance as to claims within five years, or transfer, thereafter, to the general revenue of the Colony, as the case may be, will apply to the said monies.

HAROLD T. CREASY,

Director of Public Works.

22nd July, 1930.

358

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 25, 1930.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

No. 464.

Sunrise and Sunset in Hong Kong for August, 1930.

(STANDARD TIME OF THE 120TH MERIDIAN, EAST OF GREENWICH.)

DATE.

SUNRISE.

SUNSET.

DATE.

SUNRISE.

SUNSET.

August

1....

5.54 a.m.

7.04 p.m.

August 17..

6.01 a.m.

6.51 p.m.

2....

5.55

7.04

18....

6.01

6.53

""

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3.

5.56

7.03

19.

6.02

6.52

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4..

5.56

7.03

20.

6.02

6.52

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21

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11

5..

5.56

7.02

21...

6.02

6.51

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"}

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6..

5.56

7.02

22.

6.03

6.50

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5.57

7.01

23..

6.03

6.49

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59

8..

5.57

7.01

24.

6.03

6.48

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9....

5.58

7.00

25....

6.03

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10.

5.58

6.59

26....

6.04

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11..

5.58

6.59

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6.04

6.45

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12..

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6.04

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13.

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14.

5.59

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30..

6.05

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15..

6.00

6.55

31.....

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6.00

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A

24th July, 1930.

T. F. CLAXTON, Director.

SUPREME COURT.

No. 465.-It is hereby notified that the name of The UNITED FERTILIZER COMPANY, LIMITED, has been struck off the Register.

25th July, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies.

SUPREME COURT.

  No. 466.-It is hereby notified that the name of The YAN YEE TUG AND LIGHTER COMPANY, LIMITED, has been struck off the Register.

25th July, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies.

SUPREME COURT.

No. 467.-It is hereby notified that the name of The YING WAIL LIGHTER AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY, LIMITED, has been struck off the Register.

25th July, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies.

A

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 25, 1930.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE Marks.

359

No. 468.--It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909 :---

......

Number

of

Marks.

Date of Registration.

Names and Addresses of Owners.

Period of Renewal.

Classes in

which renewed.

File Nos.

No. 1 of 1874.

21st July, 1874.

Nestle and Anglo-Swiss Con- !

densed Milk Company of Cham and Vevey, Switzer- land, and St. George's House,

21st July, 1944.

42

115 of 1930.

6 and 8, Eastcheap, London, E.C., England.

Nos. 40, 41 and 42 of 1902.

24th July, 1902.

Geo. Woolley & Company, Man-

chester, Lancashire, England.

24th July, 1944.

24

122 of 1930

24th July, 1930.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 469.-It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909 :-

Number

of

Marks.

Date of Registration.

Names and Addresses of Owners.

Period of Renewal.

Classes in which renewed.

File Nos.

Nos. 164A, 164B, 164C,

20th July, 1888.

164D and 164E

Thomas Hubbuck and Son, Limited, 24, Lime Street, London, England.

20th July, 1944.

1

103 of 1930.

of 1888.

Nos. 164AI,

Do.

Do.

Do.

4

Do.

164C1 and

164D1 of 1888.

Nos. 164AII,

Do.

Do.

Do.

47

Do.

164C and

164DII of 1888.

Nos. 164A,

Do.

Do.

Do.

50

Do.

164C and

164Dш of 1888.

24th July, 1930.

E. P. H. LANG,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

360

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 55, 1930.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

   No. 470.-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

Date of Registration.

Name and Address of Owner.

Mark.

Period of Renewal.

Class in

which

File No.

renewed.

No. 38 of 1902.

19th July,

1902.

James Buchanan & Co., Ltd., The Black Swan Distillery, 26, Holborn, London, England

19th July,

1944.

43

87

}

of 1930.

24th July, 1930.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks.

362

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 1, 1930.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

Hong Kong.

No. 471.

Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Post Office Ordinance, 1926, Ordinance No. 7 of 1926, on the 18th day of July, 1930.

The Appendix appearing in Government Notification No. 329 published in the Gazette of the 2nd June, 1927, amended as appears in Government Notifications No. 615 of 1927, and Nos. 302, 354, 463 and 609 of 1929, is hereby further amended in accordance with the following Supplement :-

SUPPLEMENT VI.

PARCEL POST RATES.

RATES OF POSTAGE

ON

PARCELS NOT EXCEEDING

7 lb. 11 lb. 22 lb.

COUNTRY OF DESTINATION.

ROUTE.

2 lb. 3 lb.

Vid

C.

-

€A

C.

¤A

C.

ن

Abyssinia, (Ethiopia)

Aden.

1.50 2.50

3.00

3.60

Aden

Direct.

1.00 2.00 3.00

Afghanistan

India.

1,00 2.00

3.00

Albania...

France. 2.05 2.55 2.80

3.10

6.20

Do.

Germany. 2.45

3.90

6.80

Algeria*

France.

1.40 1.65 195

2.25 4.85

Argentine

London.

2.75 4.20 5.65 10.15

Ascension

Australia

1.85 3.25 4.70 8.10

Direct. First lb. 75 cents. Each additional

lb. up to 11 lb. 40 cents

Austria

Germany. 2,05

Do.

3.05 5.20

France. 1.85 2.25 2.50 2.80 5.50

Azores

Do.

Bahamas

· Balearic Isles

Barbados

Bechuanaland, Protectorate

Belgium

London.

3.15 4.40 5.10

France. 2.90 3.45 3.70 4.00

London.

2.00 3.85 5.25 8.85

France. 1.85 2.25 2.50 2.80

London.

1.65 3.25 4.70 8.25

India. 3.55 4.00 4.50 5.10

London.

1.85 2.90 3.75 6.60

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363

PARCEL POST RATES,--Continued.

RATES OF POSTAGE

ON

PARCELS NOT EXCEEDING

COUNTRY OF DESTINATION.

ROUTE.

2 lb.

3 lb.

7 b. 11 lb. 22 lb.

Viâ.

$ c.

ن

ن

Belgium

France.

1.50

1.75

2.05

2.30 4.75

Do.

German y.

1.90

2.95

5.10

Bermuda

London.

2.00

3.85 5.25 885

Bolivia

3.35 5.15 6.75 11.10

Brazil

2.95 4.20 5.45 9.40

British North Borneo

Singapore.

1.00 1.90 2.75 4.70

Brunei

1.00 1.90

2.75 4.70

"

Bulgaria

Do.

Germany. 2.40

France. 2.25 2.90 3.15 3.45 6.65

3.70 6.40

Cameroons, (British Zone)

London.

2.20 3.65

5.10 8.85

Do.,

(French Zone)

1.85 3.10

""

4.35 7.50

Canada

Victoria.

0.75

1.50 2.25 3.00

Canary Islands

London.

2.20

2.95

3.45 4.15

Do.

France.

2.00

2.60 2.85

3.15

Cape Verd Islands

London.

2.75 3.65

4.50

Caroline Islands

Sydney.

Do.

(Palaos)*

Japan.

First Ib. 95 cents. Each additional lb. up to 11 lb. 65 cents.

1.50 2.30 3.10

Ceylon

Direct.

1.00

2.00 3.00

Chile

London.

2.95

4.40 5.65 9.75

China

(a) Chinese Post Offices

Direct.

French

(b) Provinces of Yunnan

Indo-

1.25

China.

(e) Province of Kweichow

Shanghai.

1.05

1.40

2.15

1.75 2.75

1.05

1.40 2.15

Colombia, Republic of :-

(a) Barranquilla, &c.

(b) All other places

London.

2.75

4.60 5.85

9 60

2.75

5.35

8.10 13.35

364

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 1, 1930.

PARCEL POST RATES.-Continued.

RATES OF POSTAGE

ON

PARCELS NOT EXCEEDING

COUNTRY OF DESTINATION.

ROUTE.

2 lb.

3 lb.

7 lb.

11 lb. 22th.

Viâ.

3

Congo, Belgian :---

(a) All places..

London. 2.60 3.90 4.40

5.25

9 20

(b) Eastern and Katanga

Province only

London and Kenya.

3.15 4.95

6.75 12.00

All places

India.

3.00

3.35 3.85

4.45

Corea or Chosen

Nagasaki.

1.50 2.30

3.10

Corsica*

Costa Rica

France. 1.40

1.65 1.95 2.25 485

į

London.

2.20 4.00 5.65 9.60

Cuba

2.40

4.00 5.25

Cyprus

Egypt.

2.05 2.60 3.15

Czecho-Slovakia, (Bohemia,

Moravia, &c.)

Germany.

1.70

2.75 4.90

Do.

France.

1.50

1.90

2.15

2.45 5.15

Dahomey and Niger (Military

Territory only)

London.

1.85

3.10 4.35 7.35

Dalny (Dairen) Port Arthur..

Danzig, (Free City)..

Do.

Denmark, (including Greenland)

Denmark, (including Faröe Is-

lands and Greenland)

Do.

Nagasaki.

France. 1.85

Germany. 2.05

London. 1.65 2.20

1.50 2.30 3.10

2.40

2.65 2.95 5.90

3.25 5.65

2.70 3.75 6.60

Germany. 1.90

France. 1.70 2.15

3.00 5.45

2.40

2.70 5.70

Dominican Republic

London. 2.60 3.50

4.00 4.90 8.85

East Indies, Dutch*

Direct.

¡

1.95

2.35 3.60

Ecuador

London.

2.75

4.00

5.45 10.70

Egypt

Direct.

1.10 1.35 1.90

2.45

Egyptian Soudan

Egypt. 1,60 1.85 2.35

2.95

Estonia...

Germany. 2.25

3.50 6.15

Do.

France.

2.45

3.35 3.60 3.90 7.65

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 1, 1930.

PARCEL POST RATES,-Continued.

RATES OF Postage

ON

PARCELS NOT EXCEEDING

COUNTRY OF DESTINATION.

ROUTE.

2 lb.

3 lb.

7 lb. 11 b. 22 lb.

Viâ.

Falkland Islands*

London.

1.85

3.45 4.90

Faroe Islands

1.65

""

2.20 2.70 8.75

|

6.60

Fiji Islands

Sydney.

First lb 95 cents. Each additional lb. up to 11 lb. 65 cents.

Finland*

Do.

London. 2.00 3.15 3.65 4.50

Germany. 2.30

7.50

3.80

6.45

Do.

France. 2.15 2.95 3.25 3.55 6.70

Formosa

France, (including Monaco)

French Equatorial Africa :--

Direct.

0.85 1.50

2.15

Direct. 1:30 1.60 1.85 2.15 4.55

365

(a) French Congo, (including

Gaboon)

France.

1.95 2.65 2.90

3.20

6.55

(b) Moyen Congo, (Oubangui-

chari and Tehad).........

Gambia....

Germany

Do.

London.

""

1.85 2.60 3.10

3.95 6.95

2.75 4.90

2.35 3.95 4.20 4.50 9.15

2.20 3.65 5.10 8.25

Do.

France.

Gibraltar

Direct.

Gold Coast Colony

London.

Direct. 1.70

1,50 1,90 2.15 2.45 5.15

0.75 1.50 2.25

2.40 3.65 5.10 8.45

Greece

Grenada

Egpyt.

London.

1.45

2.50 3.05 3.60

1.85 3.45 5.25 9.20

Guam Island*

Guatemala

Japan.

London.

1.50

2.30 3.10

2.40

3.65 5.10 8.25

Guiana, British

1.85 3.25 4.70 9.00

Do., Dutch

""

2.20 3.85 5,45 9.00

Do., French

France.

1.85

2.50 2.75 3.05 6.20

Guinea, French

1.80

2.40 2.65 2,95

22

6.05

Hayti..

London.

2.20 3.65 4.90

8.45

Hedjaz, (Kingdom of & Sultanate of Nedjed and its Dependen- cies)

Egypt.

1.60 2.20 2.70 3.30

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 1, 1930.

PARCEL POST RATES,-Continued.

RATES OF POSTAGE

ON

PARCELS NOT EXCEEDING

COUNTRY OF DESTINATION.

ROUTE.

2 lb.

3 lb.

7 lb. 11 lb. 22 lb.

Viâ.

*

$ c.

C.

$ c.

$ c.

Holland....

London.

1.85

2.90

3.75

6.60

Do.

Do.

Honduras, British

France. 1.70 2.25

2.50

2.80 5.75

Germany. 1.90

3.05 5.50

London

and Jamaica.

2.40 4.00

5.65 9.40

Do.,

Republic of -

(a) Atlantic side*

(b) Pacific side

London.

2.00 2.75

3.35 4.25

3.25

4.50 8.45

4.75 5.65

Hungary

Germany. 2.10

3.40 6.05

Do.

France. 1.90 2.55 2.80 3.10 6.30

Iceland

Do.

Do,

London.

2.20

3.45 4.50 7.70

France. 2.55

3.50

3.75 4.05 7.80

Germany. 2.55

4.00 6.95

India:

(a) Including Burmah and

French India, &c.

(b) Indian Post Offices on the Persian Gulf and in Tur- kish Arabia

Calcutta.

1,00 2.00 3.00

India.

1.00 2.00 3.00

Indo-China, French :-

Saigon

(a) (Annam, Cambodia, &c.)

or

-0.95

1.40

2.40

>

Haiphong.

(b) All other places

1.25

1.75 2.75

Irish Free State

London.

1.85

2.70 3.40

Italy

France. 1.65

2.05

2.30 | 2.60

5.30

Ivory Coast

London.

1.85

3.10 4.35 7.50

Jamaica*

""

1.65 3.25 4.50 8.10

Japan:-

Direct.

0.85 1.50 2.15

(Japanese Saghalien and Ja-

panese Agencies in Man- churia)

Japan.

1.50 2.30 3.10

C

*

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 1, 1930.

PARCEL POST RATES.-Continued.

RATES OF POSTAGE

ON

PARCELS NOT EXCEEDING

COUNTRY OF DESTINATION.

ROUTE.

2 lb.

3 lb.

7 lb.

11 lb. 22 lb.

367

Viâ.

ن

$ c.

C.

Kenya, (including Uganda)

India.

2.35

2.70

3.20

3.80

Leeward Islands

London.

2.00

3.85 5.25

9.20

Lettonia and Latavia

2.00

2.75

3.25 4.15

7.35

""

Do.

France. 1.80 2.60 2.85 3.15 6.25

Do.

Germany. 1.95

3.40 5.95

Liberia

London.

2.95 4.00

5.10 9.95

Libya and Tripoli

France. 2.05 2.70 3.00

3.25 | 6.50

Lithuania...

London. 2.20 2.75

3.25

4.15 7.35

Do.

France. 2.05 2.70 3.00

3.25 6.50

Do.

Germany. 2.25

3.55 6.20

Luxemburg

London. 1.65 2.20

2.70

3.60 6.20

Do.*

France. 1.30

1.60

1.85

2.15 4.55

Do.

Germany. 1.70

2.75

4.90

Madagascar

Egypt. 1.50 2.10

2.60

3.20

Madeira

London. 2.00 2.95 3.45

4.50

Do.

France. 2.00 2.60 2.85 3.15

Malay States.....

Singapore.

1.00 1.90 2.75 4.70

Malta.....

Marshall Islands (Nauru)*...

Japan.

France. 2.05 2.70 3.00 3.25 6.50

1.50 2.30 3.10

Do.

Sydney.

First lb. 95 cents. Each additional lb. up to 11 lb. 65 cents.

Mauritania

France.

1.80 2.40 2.65 2.95 6.05

Mauritius

Direct.

1.00 2.00 3.00

Mesopotamia

India.

1.80

2.70 3.25 3.80

Mexico

London.

2.20 3.65 5.25 9.00

Morocco:-

(a) Tangier, British Postal

Agencies

(b) Other British Agencies

(c) British Post Offices

Larachi and Tetuan

atl

>"

1.85 3.25 4.70 8.45

""

1.85

3.45 5.10

9.00

""

1.85

3.45 5.10

9.00

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PARCEL POST RATES,-Continued.

RATES OF POSTAGE

ON

PARCELS NOT EXCEEDING

COUNTRY OF DESTINATION.

ROUTE.

2 lb.

3 lb.

7 lb. 11 lb. | 22 lb.

Morocco,-Contd. :-

Viâ.

SA

C.

D

(d) Spanish Post Offices.

France.

1.85

2.25

2.50 2.80

¦

(e) French Post Offices ...

1.85 2.40

2.65 2.95 5.85

Newfoundland ...

London.

2.40

New Guinea, late German, in-

cluding Nauru.........

Sydney.

New Hebrides

4.20 5.85 10.70

First lb. 95 cents. Each additional lb. up to 11 lb. 65 cents.

First lb. 95 cents. Each additional lb. up to 11 lb. 65 cents.

1.50 2.25 3.00

New Zealand

Direct.

Nicaragua...

London.

2.40 1.00 5.25 9.60

Nigeria..

23

2.20 3.65 5.10 8.85

Norway and Spitzbergen

2.00

3.15

3.65

4.50 7.90

""

Do.

Do.

France. 2.15 3.10

3.35

3.65. 7.35

Germany. 2.35

3.90

Nyasaland Protectorate.

India

3.65 4.20

4.70

5.30

Ocean Island

Sydney.

First lb. 95 cents. Each additional

lb.

up to 11 lb. 65 cents.

Palestine:-

(a) South

Egypt.

1.65

(b) Transjordania

2.20

2.00 2.50 3.10

2.80

Panama, Republic of

London.

2.60 4.00 5.25 9.20

Do.,

Canal Zone (United States Territory)

2,75 4.20 5.45 9.20

Paraguay*

2.40 4.00 5.25 9.40

Persia:

(a) Localities in the provinces

of Seistan, &c.

(b) Localities in the north of

Persia, Tehran, &c.........

(c) All other places

India.

1.10 1.50 2.05 2.60

2.05 2.55 3.10 3.65

1.40 1.90 2.40 3.00

"}

(a) All Departments except

Loreto

London.

2.95 4.40 5.65

9.95

Peru:-

(b) Department of Loreto ......

3.50 4.75 6.00 | 10.70

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PARCEL POST RATES,-Continued.

RATES OF POSTAGE

ON

PARCELS NOT EXCEEDING

COUNTRY OF DESTINATION.

ROUTE.

2 lb.

3 lb.

7 lb. 11 lb. 22 .

Viâ.

$ c.

$ c.

C.

Poland

London.

1.85 2.60

3.10

3.95

7.15

Do.*

France. 1.70 2.35 2.60 2.90

5.85

Germany. 1.90

3.05

5.50

London.

2.00 3.25 3.95

Do.

Portugal

Do.

Portuguese East Africa

Do. India....

Portuguese West Africa: -

(a) Province of Angola

Province of Guinea

(e) Provinces of St. Thome

and Principe

France. 1.90 2.40 2.70 3.00

India. 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.10

""

1.30 1.65 2.20 2.80

London.

3.35

4.20

4.90

2.75 3.65

4.50

""

3.15 4.00 4.70

Reunion

Aden.

1.35 1.90 2.40 3.00

Rhodes Island

Egypt. 1.60 2.20 2.70

3.30

Rhodesia :-

(a) Southern

India.

2.25 3.05 3.60

5.00

(b) Northern

2.70 4.30 4.85

7.05

Roumania...........

Do.

Germany.

France.

2 25

3.55 6.20

2.05 2.70 2.95

3.25 6.50

Russia in Europe

Do.

London. 3.15 3.50 4.00

4.90 9.20

France. 3.20 3.85 4.10

4.40 8.90

Do.

Germany. 3.10

4.20 7.80

St. Helena......

London.

1.85 3.25 4.70 8.10

St. Lucia

1.85

"

3.45 5.25 9.00

St. Pierre and Miquelon.....

19

2.75 4.20 5.45

St Vincent

Salvador

2.00 3.85 5.65 9.20

2.75 4.00 5.45 9.20

Samoa, (Apia)

Sydney.

First lb. 95 cents. Each additional lb. up to 11 lb. 65 cents.

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PARCEL POST RATES,--Continued.

RATES OF POSTAGE

ON

PARCELS NOT EXCEEDING

COUNTRY OF DESTINATION.

ROUTE.

2 tb.

3 lb. 7 lb. 11 lb. 22 lbs.

Sarawak

Sarre Territory

Vid.

ن

Singapore

Germany.

1.70

C.

1.00

1.90

2.75

4.70

2.75

4.90

4.55

1

Do.

Senegal, French, Soudan and

Upper Volta.........

Senegal, Upper Senegal and

Niger (Civil Territory only)

Serbs, Croates and Slovenes

(Kingdom of)

Do.

Seychelles...

Siam

France. 1.30 1.60 1.85 2.15

London.

3.30

6.00

1.85

3.10 4.35

7.35

1.85 3.10 4.35

7.35

Germany. 2.05

France 1.85 2.45

2.70 3.00 6.25

India.

1.50

1.75

2.30 2.90

Direct.

1.65 2.15 2.6)

London.

2.40

3.65 5.10 8.45

Sierra Leone.....

Solomon Islands, (British)...

Sydney.

First Ib. 95 cents. Each additional lb. up to 11 lb. 65 cents.

Somaliland, (British)

Aden.

1.90

2.05 2.60

3.15

Do..

(French)

""

1.10 1.40 1.95 2.50

Somaliland, (Italian):-

(a) Erithria, (including As-

mara, Assab, Keren and Massouah

(b) Benadir..............

South Africa, (Union of).

Aden.

1.75 2.00 2.50 3.10

1.80 2.45 2.95 3.55

"

India.

1.60 2.80 3.35 4.90

South West Africa, (Protectorate)

""

3.55 4.00 4.50 5.10

France. 1.65 2.05 2.30 2.60

Spain

Straits Settlements

Sweden.

Do.

Do.

Singapore.

1.00

1.99 2.75 4.70

London.

2.00

3.25 4.70 7.70

Germany. 2.35

3.90 6.55

France 2.15 3.05

3.30

3.60 6.80

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PARCEL POST RATES,-Continued.

RATES OF POSTAGE

ON

PARCELS NOT EXCEEDING

COUNTRY OF DESTINATION

ROUTE.

2 lb.

3 lb.

7 lb.

11 b. 22 }).

Switzerland

Via.

Germany.

1.75

SA

C.

Do.

France. 1.40 1.85 2.10 2.40

3.00 5.30

4.95

Syria....

Egypt.

1.60 2.00 2.55 3.10

Tanganyika Territory:-

(a) Mwanza, &c....

India.

3.65

4.00 4.50 5.10

(b) All other places

2.35

2.70

3.20

3.80

Timor, Dilly..

Netherland 1.50

India.

2.15

Tobago

London.

1.85 3.45

5,10 8.45

Togoland, (British)

Do., (French)

France.

2.40 3.65 5.10 8.45

1.90 2.50 2.80 3.05 6.30

Tonga, (Friendly Islands)

Sydney.

First lb. 95 cents. Each additional lb. up to 11 lb. 65 cents.

Trinidad and Tobago

London.

1.85 3.45 5.10 8.45

Tunis

France.

1.90

2.45 2.70 3,00 6.05

Turkey, (in Asia):---

(a) Bitlis, Deyarbaker, &c.

Egypt.

(b) All other places

2.50 3.35 3.85 4.45

1.95 2.50 3.05 3.60

Turkey, (in Europe)

1.69 2.20 2.70 3.30

Turks and Caicos Islands

London.

1.65

3.25 4.50 810

D

United Kingdom............

All Sea Route.

1.15

2.00 2.85 5.10

United States of America

London.

2.00 3.85 5.25 8.85

Uruguay

Venezuela................

2.95 4.40 5.65 995

France.

8.50 4.95 6.40

West Indies, Dutch

London.

2.00 3.65 5.10 8.45

Do.,

French

France.

1.80

2.35 2.60 2.90 5.95

Zanzibar

India.

1.85 2.15 2.70 3.25

COUNTRY OF DESTINATION.

PARCEL POST RATES,- Continued

RATES OF POSTAGE ON PARCELS NOT EXCEEDING

ROUTE.

1 lb.

2 lb.

3 lb. 4 lb. 5 lb.

6 lb. 7 lb. 8 lb.

9 lb. 10 lb.

11 lb.

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Via.

L

S

C.

Barbados, Grenada, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Trinidad and Tobago

Canada

0.85

1.20

1.60

2.40

2.75

3.15 3.50

4.35

4.70

5.10

5.45

Bermuda..

0.85

1.20 1.60

2.40

2.75 3.15

3.50 4.35

4.70 5.10

5.45

French Settlement of Oceania*

Sydney.

1.95

2.20

2.45

3.65

3.90

4.15

4.40

5.90 6.15

6.40

6.65

Guiana, British

Canada.

0.85 1.20

1.60

2.40

2.75

3.15 3.50

4.35 4.70

5.10

5.45

Jamaica, (including Cayman Turks and Caicos Islands).

0.85

1.20

1.60 2.40

2.75

3.15 3.50

35

4.70

5.10

5.45

Leeward Islands :-

Antigua, Dominica, Montserat, Nevis, St. Kitts and Tortola (Virgin Islands)... Canada. 0.85

1.20 1.60

2.40 2.75

315

3.50

4.35

4.70 5.10

5.45

New Caledonia*.

Sydney.

1.70 1.95

2.20 3.40

3.65

3.90

4 15

5.35

5.60

5.85

6.10

Newfoundland

South Africa, (Union of)

South West Africa.

Do.

Canada.

1.10

Colombo. 1.65

London. 1.25 2.00 2.75 Colombo. 1.25 2.00 2.75

085 1.20

1.60

240 2.75

3.15

3.50

4.35

4.70

5.10 5.45

2.20

3.25

3.85 4.40

4.95 6.00

6.60

7.15 7.70

4.00

4.75

5.50 6.25

7.50

8.25

9.00 | 9.75

4.00

4 75 5.50 6.25

7.50

825

9.00

9.75

Venezuela

Canada. 0.85 1.20 1.60

2.40

2.75 3.15

3.50

4.35

4.70 5.10

5.45

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

18th July, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

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No. 472.

Hong Kong.

Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 37 (2) of the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, Ordinance No. 10 of 1899, on the 28th day of July, 1930.

Table E in the Schedule to the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, is hereby further amended by the addition of the following regulation,-

41. No launch or motor boat shall be used for purposes of prostitution or for the conveyance of women within the limits of the harbour for such purposes.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

28th July, 1930.

Hong Kong.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

No. 473.

  Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 4 of the Tobacco Ordi- nance, 1916, Ördinance No. 10 of 1916, on the 28th day of July, 1930.

1. The reduced fee of $5 is hereby prescribed for every Retailers licence where the licensed premises are within the New Territories other than New Kowloon: Except as varied by this regulation the prescribed fees set forth in Government Notification. No. 582 of 1928 are confirmed.

  2. The following consequential amendment is hereby made to the Third Schedule to the Tobacco Ordinance, 1916, amended as appears in Government Notification No. 582 of 1928:-

under Retailers licence and next before the line "Else-

where........ .10.00" insert,-

"Where the licensed premises are within the New

Territories other than New Kowloon

5.00".

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

28th July, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

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Hong Kong.

No. 474

   Order made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Dogs Ordinance, 1927, Ordinance No. 21 of 1927, on the 30th day of July, 1930.

   WHEREAS regulations 21, 22, 23 and 25 of the regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Dogs Ordinance, 1927, and set forth in Government Notification No. 694 of 1927, amended as appears in Government Notification No. 377 of 1930, and read as directed by section 14 of the Police Force Amendment Ordinance, 1929, are as follows,--

21. No dog shall be allowed to go abroad in the public thoroughfares or elsewhere unless it is either muzzled or on the lead, and any dog found abroad in the public thoroughfares or elsewhere which is neither muzzled nor on the lead may be captured and detained, or may be shot or otherwise destroyed, by any police officer or by any person authorized by the Inspector General of Police: The owner of any dog so found shall be deemed to have allowed such dog to go abroad neither muzzled nor on the lead and to have contravened the provisions of this regulation: Provided that this regulation shall not apply to the New Territories (other than New Kowloon).

22. Except with the permission in writing of the Colonial Veterinary Surgeon no dog shall be removed from or landed on the Island of Hong Kong.

23. Except with the permission in writing of the Colonial Veterinary Surgeon no dog shall be brought from the New Territories (other than New Kowloon) into any other part of the Colony.

25. No dog shall be landed on Stonecutters Island.

AND WHEREAS it is enacted, inter alia, by sub-section (1) of section 40 of the Inter- pretation Ordinance, 1911, that discretionary power to make regulations shall, unless the contrary intention appears, be construed as including the power, exercisable in like manner, and subject to the same conditions, if any, to suspend the regulations made, or any part thereof:

   AND WHEREAS the Governor in Council deems it proper and expedient, having regard to the absence of rabies in the Colony, to suspend the said regulations 21, 22, 23 and 25:

   Now, therefore, IT IS ORDERED that the said regulations 21, 22, 23 and 25 be sus- pended until further order.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

30th July, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

   No. 475.--It is hereby notified that His Excellency the Governor in Council has given directions for the rescission of the Order of the 6th May, 1930, published in the Gazette of the 9th May, 1930, as Government Notification No. 272, declaring Saigon to be a place at which an infectious or contagious disease, namely, cholera prevailed, and the same is hereby rescinded.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

31st July, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

No. 476.

LEGISLATIVE

COUNCIL. No. 4.

Thursday, 26th June, 1930, at 2.30 p.m.

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PRESENT:

HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR (Sir WILLIAM PEEL, K.B.E., C.M.G.).

The Honourable the Officer Commanding the Troops, (Colonel WELLESLEY DOUGLAS

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STUDHOLME BROWNRIGG, D.S.O.).

the Colonial Secretary, (Mr. EDWIN RICHARD HALLIFAX, C.M.G., C.B.E.).

the Attorney General, (Mr. CHALONER GRENVILLE ALABASTER, K.C.,

O.B.E.).

the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, (Mr. ALAN EUSTACE WOOD). the Colonial Treasurer, (Mr. CHARLES MCILVAINE MESSER, O.B.E.). Mr. HAROLD THOMAS CREASY, C.B.E., (Director of Public Works). Mr. EDWARD DUDLEY CORSCADEN WOLFE, C.M.G., (Inspector General

of Police).

Commander GEORGE FRANCIS HOLE, R.N. (Retired), (Harbour Master). Dr. ARTHUR ROBARTES WELLINGTON, (Director of Medical and Sanitary

Services).

Sir SHOUSON CHOW, Kt.

Mr. JOHN OWEN HUGHES.

Mr. CHARLES GORDON STEWART MACKIE.

Mr. ROBERT HORMUS KOTEWALL, C.M.G., LL.D.

Mr. Ts'o SEEN-WAN, O.B.E., LL.D.

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Mr. JOHN JOHNSTON PATERSON.

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Mr. ANTONIO FERREIRA BATALHA SILVA-NETTO.

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Mr. PAUL LAUDER.

Mr. NORMAN LOCKHART SMITH, (Deputy Clerk of Councils).

1. The Council met pursuant to adjournment. His Excellency the Governor

occupied the Chair.

MINUTES.

2. The Minutes of the Meeting held on the 19th January, 1930, were confirmed.

OATH.

3. The Hon. the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, (Mr. ALAN EUSTACE WOOD) took the

oath of allegiance on taking his seat as a Member of Council.

PAPERS.

4. The following papers were laid on the table :-

Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Importation

and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, on 19th June, 1930.

Rescission of the Order made by the Governor in Council under the Merchant

Shipping Ordinance, 1899, on 16th June, 1930.

Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Vehicles

and Traffic Regulation Ordinance, 1912, on 17th June, 1930.

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Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Dogs

Ordinance, 1927, on 19th June, 1930.

Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 2 of the Public

Places Regulation Ordinance, 1870, on 19th June, 1930.

Resolution made and passed by the Legislative Council on the 19th day of June, 1930, under the provisions of section 7 of the Tobacco Ordinance, 1916.

Administration Reports, 1929:-

Part II.-Law and Order:

Report on the New Territories.

REPORT OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE.

5. The Colonial Secretary laid on the table the Report of the Finance Committee

(No. 7), dated the 19th June, 1930, and moved its adoption.

The Colonial Treasurer seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

MOTIONS.

6. Supplementary Appropriation Bill.-The Colonlial Secretary addressed the Council and moved the First reading of a Bil intituled "An Ordinance to authorize the Appropriation of a Supplementary Sum of Three hundred and four thousand five hundred and thirty-eight Dollars and eighty-three Cents to defray the Charges of the year 1929."

The Colonial Treasurer seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

7. New Territories Regulation Amendment Bill-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the First reading of a Bill intituled "An Ordinance to amend the New Territories Regulation Ordinance, 1910."

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

8. Motor Spirit Bill.--The Attorney General moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled "An Ordinance to provide for the taxation of Light Hydrocarbon Oils."

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question--put and agreed to.

Bill read a second time.

Council in Committee on the Bill.

In clause 22, marginal note, the word "of" in the fourth line was omitted.

On Council resuming, the Attorney General reported that the Bill had passed

through Committee and moved that it be read a third time as amended. The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a third time and passed.

ADJOURNMENT.

9. The Council then adjourned sine die.

W. PEEL,

Governor.

Confirmed this 31st day of July, 1930

N. L. SMITH,

Deputy Clerk of Councils

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   No. 477.-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. 5 of 1930.-An Ordinance to authorize the Appropriation of a Supplementary Sum of Three hundred and four thousand five hundred and thirty-eight Dollars and eighty-three Cents to defray the Charges of the year 1929.

Ordinance No. 6 of 1930.-An Ordinance to amend the New Territories Regu-

lation Ordinance, 1910.

HONG KONG.

No. 5 OF 1930.

I assent.

L.S.

W. PEEL,

Governor.

1st August, 1930.

An Ordinance to authorize the Appropriation of a Supplementary Sum of Three hundred and four thousand five hundred and thirty- eight Dollars and eighty-three Cents to defray the Charges of the year 1929.

[1st August, 1930.]

WHEREAS it has become necessary to make further provision for the public service of the Colony for the year 1929, in addition to the charge upon the revenue of the Colony for the service of the said year already provided for:

BE it enacted by the Governor of Hong Kong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:-

A sum of three hundred and four thousand five hundred and thirty-eight Dollars and eighty-three Cents is hereby charged upon the revenue of the Colony for the service of the year 1929, the said sum so charged being expended as hereinafter specified; that is to

say :-

Audit Department Attorney General

412.29 11,976.99

Crown Solicitor

Land Registry-

Public Works Department

Miscellaneous Services

9,652.30

1,142.20

223,383.18

57,971.87

TOTAL

-$ 304,538.83

Passed the Legislative Council of Hong Kong, this

31st day of July, 1930.

N. L. SMITH,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 1, 1930.

HONG KONG.

No. 6 OF 1930.

I assent.

W. PEEL,

L. S.

Governor.

Short title.

Amendment

of Ordinance No. 34 of 1910, s. 4.

Amendment of Ordinance No. 34 of 1910, s. 20.

1st August, 1930.

An Ordinance to amend the New Territories

Regulation Ordinance, 1910.

[1st August, 1930.]

BE it enacted by the Governor of Hong Kong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:-

1

This Ordinance may be cited as the New Territories Regulation Amendment Ordinance, 1930.

2. Section 4 of the New Territories Regulation Ordi- nance, 1910, is amended by the repeal of the second para- graph thereof.

3. Section 20 of the New Territories Regulation Ordi- nance, 1910, is amended by the repeal of the proviso contained in lines 12 to 19 thereof (both inclusive) and by the insertion of the following proviso immediately after the word "judgment" in line 7 thereof :-

Provided as follows:-

(a) the Land Officer shall not have power to decide any question or dispute to which the Crown is a party unless the Governor consents in writing to his so doing;

(b) the Land Officer shall not have power to decide any claim to arrears of rent if the monthly value of the rent exceeds five hundred dollars, or if the total claim exceeds one thousand five hundred dollars;

(c) the Land Officer shall not have power to decide any claim to arrears of rent where the title of the plaintiff is in his opinion disputed bona fide, unless either (i) the defendant consents in writing to his so doing or (i) he would have had jurisdiction under paragraph (d) of this proviso if the claim, instead of being a claim to arrears of rent, had been a claim in respect of the land out of which the rent in question issues or is alleged to issue ;

(d) the Land Officer shall not have power to decide any question or dispute (other than a claim to arrears of rent) in respect of land

any having a capital value exceeding five thousand

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dollars, or au annual value exceeding five hundred dollars, unless with the written con- sent of the parties to such question or dispute.

4. Section 24 of the New Territories Regulation Ordi- Repeal of Lance, 1910, is repealed and the following section is Ordinance

substituted therefor :-

Exclusion of certain proceedings from jurisdiction of Supreme Court.

No. 34 of 1910, s. 24,

24. Except by way of appeal from the Land and

          substitution Officer, no proceeding relating to land in the

of new New Territories shall be commenced in the section. Supreme Court unless the Crown is a party or the jurisdiction of the Land Officer in respect of such proceeding is excluded by or under the provisions of section 20, provided that nothing Ordinance

in this section shall affect the operation of sec- No. 1 of 1883.tion 40 of the Distress for Rent Ordinance, Ordinance 1883, as enacted by section 4 of the Distress No. 8 of 1928 for Rent Amendment Ordinance, 1928.

5. The provisions of the New Territories Regulation Application Ordinance, 1910, as amended by this Ordinance, shall of Ordinance apply to all questions and disputes relating to land in the No. 34 of New Territories, including claims to arrears of rent. 1910, whether such questions or disputes shall have arisen before the commencement of this Ordinance or shall here- after arise.

as amended.

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Passed the Legislative Council of Hong Kong, this 31st day of July, 1930.

N. L. SMITH, Deputy Clerk of Councils.

No. 478.

  Resolution made and passed by the Legislative Council on the 31st day of July, 1930, under the provisions of section 170 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903.

  Whereas application has been made by the Sanitary Board to the Governor under section 167 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, for the erection of a Public Latrine on the east of Ladder Street at its junction with Lower Lascar Row.

  And whereas such application having been duly approved by the Governor and a notification of the intention to erect a Public Latrine at such site having been duly published in three successive numbers of the Gazette a certain owner and occupier of the property in the vicinity has objected to such erection;

And whereas such objection has been duly considered ;

  It is hereby resolved by this Council that the above mentioned site and the erection thereon of a Public Latrine be and the same are hereby approved.

N. L. SMITH, Deputy Clerk of Councils.

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dollars, or au annual value exceeding five hundred dollars, unless with the written con- sent of the parties to such question or dispute.

4. Section 24 of the New Territories Regulation Ordi- Repeal of Lance, 1910, is repealed and the following section is Ordinance

substituted therefor :-

Exclusion of certain proceedings from jurisdiction of Supreme Court.

No. 34 of 1910, s. 24,

24. Except by way of appeal from the Land and

          substitution Officer, no proceeding relating to land in the

of new New Territories shall be commenced in the section. Supreme Court unless the Crown is a party or the jurisdiction of the Land Officer in respect of such proceeding is excluded by or under the provisions of section 20, provided that nothing Ordinance

in this section shall affect the operation of sec- No. 1 of 1883.tion 40 of the Distress for Rent Ordinance, Ordinance 1883, as enacted by section 4 of the Distress No. 8 of 1928 for Rent Amendment Ordinance, 1928.

5. The provisions of the New Territories Regulation Application Ordinance, 1910, as amended by this Ordinance, shall of Ordinance apply to all questions and disputes relating to land in the No. 34 of New Territories, including claims to arrears of rent. 1910, whether such questions or disputes shall have arisen before the commencement of this Ordinance or shall here- after arise.

as amended.

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Passed the Legislative Council of Hong Kong, this 31st day of July, 1930.

N. L. SMITH, Deputy Clerk of Councils.

No. 478.

  Resolution made and passed by the Legislative Council on the 31st day of July, 1930, under the provisions of section 170 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903.

  Whereas application has been made by the Sanitary Board to the Governor under section 167 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, for the erection of a Public Latrine on the east of Ladder Street at its junction with Lower Lascar Row.

  And whereas such application having been duly approved by the Governor and a notification of the intention to erect a Public Latrine at such site having been duly published in three successive numbers of the Gazette a certain owner and occupier of the property in the vicinity has objected to such erection;

And whereas such objection has been duly considered ;

  It is hereby resolved by this Council that the above mentioned site and the erection thereon of a Public Latrine be and the same are hereby approved.

N. L. SMITH, Deputy Clerk of Councils.

COUNCIL CHAMBER

31st July, 1930.

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No. 479.

   By-laws made under section 16 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, Ordinance No. 1 of 1903.

Food-preserving establishments.

   1. For the purposes of these by-laws the expression "food-preserving establishment means any business, undertaking or concern which carries on the trade of food preserv- ing, or any of the branches of such trade, that is to say, the making of sugar confec- tionery, cocoa, chocolate, jam, marmalade, preserved fruits, Chinese preserves, fruit and table jellies, meat extracts, meat essences, sauces and pickles; the preparation of meat, poultry, game, fish, vegetables and fruit for sale in a preserved state in tins, pots, bottles, jars, barrels, drums and similar receptacles; and the processes of wrapping and filling, and packing other than the packing of the finished article in cases or crates. merely for storage or transport.

   2. A register of food-preserving establishments will be kept by the Head of the Sanitary Department.

   3.-(1) No person shall continue or commence any food-preserving establishment unless it is registered under these regulations.

   (2) In order to effect registration, and subject to these regulations, one of the persons specified in paragraph (3) shall furnish to the Head of the Sanitary Department. the particulars specified in the form in the Schedule and shall certify the correctness of such particulars and of his own description.

   (3) The particulars specified, and any other particulars and certificates required by this by-law shall be furnished and certified by the proprietor or one of the proprietors of the food-preserving establishment and in the case of a company by a director, manager, secretary or other officer of the company.

   (4) If any change occurs, or if any inaccuracy is discovered, in any of the specified particulars, the persons specified in paragraph (3) shall, within seven days, furnish substituted particulars to the Head of the Sanitary Department, and shall certify the correctness of such substituted particulars and of their own descriptions: Provided that if one of such persons complies with the requirements of this paragraph the obliga- tions imposed by this paragraph on any other persons shall be deemed to have been discharged as regards the substituted particulars so furnished.

   (5) In case of any material departure from the particulars or substituted particulars furnished in respect of any food-preserving establishment such food-preserving establish- ment shall be deemed to be unregistered.

   4. The following conditions and requirements shall be complied with in respect of every food-preserving establishment :----

(1) Except with the permission of the Board no water shall be used for any purpose other than water from the Government Water Works and laid on to the premises of the food-preserving establishment.

(3) Except with the permission of the

(2) All apparatus, utensils and machinery shall be kept in a cleanly condition.

            Board the premises of a food-preserving establishment shall not be put to any other use or purpose, domestic or otherwise.

(4) No animals except cats shall be kept.

(5) No drain inlet shall exist or remain in any part of the premises.

(6) Adequate kitchen, ablution, urinal, and privy accommodation, to the satisfac-

tion of the Board, shall be provided.

(7) The ground surfaces of the premises shall be laid with not less than six inches of good lime concrete, or not less than three inches of cement concrete composed of one part of cement, three parts of sand and five parts of stone broken to pass through a one inch ring, and the surface shall be rendered

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smooth and impervious with a layer of asphalt or cement mortar of not less than half an inch in thickness or such other material s the Board may approve. Floor surfaces other than ground surfaces shall be of non- absorbent material, finished off smooth.

(8) The walls shall be rendered to the height of seven feet with cement mortar or other non-absorbent material or be otherwise constructed and maintained to the satisfaction of the Board.

(9) Adequate lighting and ventilation, to the satisfaction of the Board, shall be

provided.

(10) The interior surfaces of the walls and ceilings or roofs of the premises shall be limewashed throughout during the months of January and July each

year.

(11) The premises, and the work being carried on, and all apparatus, utensils, receptacles, machinery, fittings, fixtures and things therein, and accommoda- tion referred to in paragraph (6) shall be open, between the hours of 6 a.m. and 6 p.m., to the inspection of any Member of the Board, and of the Medical Officer of Health or any Assistant Medical Officer of Health or other duly authorised Officer of the Board.

5. Exemptions from or modifications of all or any of the conditions or requirements of by-law 3 may be granted by the Board, in its discretion and with or without con- ditions of exemption or modification. Such exemptions and modifications shall be noted in the register.

6. Subject to exemptions and modifications as aforesaid the Board may refuse registration, and may strike off any food-preserving establishment from the register, if the conditions and requirements of these by-laws are not complied with.

SCHEDULE.

FORM.

FOOD-PRESERVING ESTABLISHMENTS.

(Ordinance No. 1 of 1903 and By-laws made under section 16.)

Name of establishment

Address

Proprietor

Description of premises

Branch or branches of the food-preserving trade carried on.

Date....

* Delete if necessary.

I certify that the above (substituted*) particulars are correct and that I am

Signature of informant.

Made by the Sanitary Board this 27th day of May, 1930.

J. WATSON, Secretary.

Approved by the Legislative Council this 31st day of July, 1930.

N. L. SMITH, Deputy Clerk of Councils.

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APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

  No. 480.-His Majesty the King having been pleased to approve the appointment of Sir JOSEPH HORSFORD KEMP, Kt., C.B.E., K.C., to be Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of this Colony in succession to Sir HENRY COWPER GOLLAN, Kt., C.B.E., K.C., His Excellency the Governor has, under instructions from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, been pleased to appoint the said Sir JOSEPH HORSFORD KEMP, Kt., C.B.E., K.C., to be Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Hong Kong, such appointment to take effect from the 1st August, 1930.

1st August, 1930.

  No. 481.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. DONALD OSCAR RUSSELL to be a Justice of the Peace for the Colony of Hong Kong.

1st August, 1930.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

  No. 482.-The public is requested not to call the Observatory by telephone when a black typhoon signal is hoisted.

The telephone is in constant use by Observatory officials at such times and the latest information concerning typhoons is displayed at the following places :-

The Royal Observatory.

The Signal Hill, Kowloon.

The Hong Kong and Kowloon Wharf and Godown Co.

The Harbour Office.

H.M.S Tamar.

Green Island.

Lai-chi-kok.

Lyeemun.

Gough Hill Police Station.

Star Ferry Wharves.

General Post Office.

  It is also broadcast at the 60th minute of each hour by ZBW on 355 metres telephony.

1st August, 1930.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

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COLONIAL SECRETARY'S Department.

  No. 483. The following report presented to Government by the Currency Com- mittee, 1930, is published for information.

1st August, 1939.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

REPORT OF CURRENCY COMMITTEE, 1930.

Your Excellency,

  We, the Currency Committee appointed by Your Excellency's predecessor, the Hon. Mr. W. T. Southorn, C.M.G., Officer Administering the Government, have the honour to submit for Your Excellency's consideration the following report:-

INTRODUCTORY.

General.

  1. We were appointed on the 28th of April, 1930, to make investigation with a view to supplying answers to the following questions, which represented our terms of reference :-

(a) Is the present currency the most advantageous for the purposes of

the trade of this Colony?

(b) In what respects, if any, is the present currency situation in the

Colony unsatisfactory?

(c) If the situation is unsatisfactory in what way can it be remedied? (d) Is the premium on notes over silver detrimental to the prosperity of the Colony? If so can it be controlled and by what means?

Is the linking of the currency with silver advantageous to the Colony? If so can it be more closely linked?

(f) Is it desirable in the interests of the Colony that the value of the dollar be stabilised? If so can any effective steps be taken to that end?

2. We issued in the newspapers a general invitation to the public to put for- ward their views and support them, if required, by oral evidence; we regret however to have to record our disappointment that this advertisement evoked only the most meagre response, and the opportunity thus offered was not availed of at all by ad- vocates of a stabilised currency. We also issued individual invitations to persons who, we considered, were specially qualified to shed light on various aspects of the subject, and who were representative of all interested sections of the community. We received the written views of many of the principal merchants' and bankers associations both Chinese and European in the Colony. We have also had before us the report of the Straits Currency Committee of 1903, of the Royal Commission on Indian Currency and Finance of 1926, and of the recent Kemmerer Commission in China. In all we have heard ten representative witnesses orally and held nine meet- ings.

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3. All written evidence we have received, and all memoranda previously writ- ten on the subject, to which we have had occasion to refer in this report, are printed as annexures in Part III. The minutes of those meetings at which oral evidence was heard form Part IV. To complete the data before us, and for ease of reference, we have appended in Part II all relevant Hong Kong ordinances and extracts from the supplemental Charters of the Chartered Bank, as well as a copy of the Order-in- Council by which the present currency system of the Colony is established.

Historical.

4. Whilst Hong Kong was still a settlement under Her Majesty's Plenipoten- tiary and Chief Superintendent of the Trade of British Subjects in China, a hetero- geneous collection of coins consisting of Spanish, Mexican and other dollars, East India Company's rupees and copper Chinese cash was proclaimed the circulating me- dium.

   5. Shortly after the island was constituted a Colony, Mexican and other Re- publican dollars were on the 27th of April, 1842, proclaimed the standard currency of the Colony in all Government and Mercantile transactions.

6. On the 1st of May, 1845, by proclamation the gold, silver and copper coins of the United Kingdom, as well as Company's coins, were admitted to circulate side by side with silver dollars This system persisted for some years, but as Government accounts were kept in sterling and revenue was received in coins of all kinds, its inconvenience led first of all in 1853 to an abortive proposal to oust dollars in favour of a sterling currency, and finally in 1863, to a proclamation whereby Mexican dol- lars and other silver dollars of equivalent value that might from time to time be au- thorised became the only legal tender of payment.

   7. It is interesting to note that about this time the coining of a new Hong Kong dollar was undertaken in Hong Kong, but lapsed after about $2,000,000 had been minted. This type of dollar is now obsolete and so rare as to be considered a curio. A new type, the British Trade dollar, afterwards came into popularity and its coinage was undertaken in India and London.

   8. The present currency of the Colony was established by an Order-in-Council proclaimed in 1895, which we have reprinted in full in Part II, and which explains fully the nature of the legal tender coins. It is noteworthy that the Mexican dollar is made the standard, to which the British or any other dollar should conform if it is to be accorded equality of status. The Order-in-Council is noteworthy also as ordain- ing that, in the absence of express agreement to the contrary, in all contracts and transactions involving liability to pay money, payment should be made in the standard coin of the Colony.

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   9. There are practically no restrictions on the minting of British dollars by any one who is willing to pay the seigniorage. It is estimated that in all about 230,000,000 British dollars have from time to time been minted, many of which must by now have gone into the melting pot. Mexican dollars are not now minted, but are held as deposits against the issue of notes, and China must have absorbed a number of them. Of Mexican dollars also a large proportion must by now have been melted down. When the British Silver dollar was re-admitted into free circula- tion towards the end of 1929, its minting and importation into the Colony were resum- ed, and it is estimated that 24,000,000 of these have come in since that time, as well as $6,000,000 Mexican from Shanghai It is estimated that another 10,000,000- 15,000,000 British dollars may arrive in the near future. The total amount of coined dollars of various kinds deposited in the custody of the Hong Kong Government against note-issue by the three issuing banks was $57,600,000 at the end of April, 1930. There are also subsidiary coins issued by the Hong Kong Government in circulation sufficient in amount for the purposes required. The nominal amount of these in cir- culation at the end of the year 1929 was $17,914,370 and their market value stood practically at par; the amount of subsidiary coins in stock at the same date was about $1,800,000.

Bank Notes Issued in Hong Kong.

10. We have reprinted in Part II the Hong Kong Ordinances governing the ordinary and excess issue of notes by the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corpora- tion and the Mercantile Bank as well as those portions of the Charter and Supplemental Charters of the Chartered Bank, which govern the note issues of that institution and the security therefor. The latest date up to which these banks are at present em-

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powered to issue notes in the Colony is the 12th of July, 1939 We would invite particular attention to the requirement in the case of the Hong Kong & Shanghai Banking Corporation of the deposit of an amount of coin never less than one-third of the total issue in circulation, a practice also followed by the Chartered and Mercantile Banks in regard to their Hong Kong issues, and also to the fact that the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation and the Chartered Bank have the option of secur- ing a part of their issues by a deposit of bullion. Another significant feature of the system of note-issue in Hong Kong is that the Hong Kong & Shanghai Banking Cor- poration enjoys an authority, not shared by the other banks of issue, whereby it may exceed its statutory limit to any amount by the deposit of an amount of coin or bul- lion equivalent to the value of the excess notes issued. The effect of this is that when the limits of the other two issuing banks have been reached any large emergency de mand may only be met by the Hong Kong & Shanghai Banking Corporation.

11. The privilege of issuing notes in the Colony was granted to the Chartered Bank in 1853, to the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation in 1866, and to the Mercantile Bank in 1911. The understanding or convention, by which notes be- came accepted in all banking, mercantile and revenue transactions almost as the sole medium of exchange apart from subsidiary coins, is said to date from about 1890 onwards; it subsequently became in fact a tacit agreement not to observe too strictly the terms of the Order-in-Comicil of 1895. The acceptance of this convention was almost universal and any attempt to depart from it by meeting obligations with coin tended to be suppressed by reciprocating in Find. The total daily average amount of notes of the three issuing banks in circulation during the month of April 1930 was over 91 million dollars.

History of the so-called Premium on Notes.

    12. The phenomenon of the local bank note or promise to pay becoming cap- able of purchasing a greater quantity of another currency than the number of silver dollars which it promises to pay could purchase has been a recurrent attribute of Hong Kong currency in a greater or less degree for at least thirty years; but the per- centage of this premium caused no serious inconvenience till 1908 when on it rising to 31% a move was suggested to remedy it by an unlimited Government note issue, as had been attempted in the Straits some years previously. At the suggestion of the Secretary of State for the Colonies this project for a Government note issue was abandoned, and the difficulties were solved for the time being by granting in 1911 the Mercantile Bank the privilege of note issue. During the war and post-war periods, when the price of silver was high, the problem did not arise; but after 1926, when silver declined in value, the divergence became marked, until in September, 1929, it represented a difference of 20%. The course of the premium is traced by Professor Robertson, Mr. Ferguson and Mr. Breen in their memoranda in Part III. Mr. Breen also gives an account of the attempts made to remedy a situation, which was becoming more and more difficult to handle, as the continued fall in the value of silver tended to aggravate the premium in so far as the rate of exchange in the Colony lagged in following silver on the downward course. Subsequent action by Govern- ment to assist in remedying the situation by reducing the stamp duty on bank notes to the extent of requiring not more than 1% per annum on $45,000,000 of the ag- gregate bank note-issues of the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation is evidenced by the correspondence with the associated non-issuing banks, (printed in Part III), which culminated in Government Notification No. 625 of 1929, (also printed in Part III). The premium still persists however to quite an appreciable degree as silver keeps dropping.

REPLY TO THE QUESTIONNAIRE FORMING THE TERMS

OF REFERENCE:

(a) Is the present currency the most advantageous for the purposes of the trade of the Colony?

    13. We have found it difficult to keep our treatment of this question separate from that of questions (e) and (f), and our answers to these questions must be read as complementary one to another. We have assumed that by "present currency"

is meant generally the currency established on a silver basis by the Order in-Council of 1895, and that there is no immediate reference in the question to the tangible shapes which this currency has taken, the disadvantages and unsatis-

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factory features of which are dealt with in our reply to question (b). We note also that the scope of the question is limited to trade, a term which we understand as connoting the business of financing, manufacturing, buying and selling goods,-and does not extend except indirectly to the individual or collective interests of any other persons than traders.

   14. Prefacing so much, we have from the evidence received, to reply to the first question in the affirmative, so long as China uses a currency based on silver.

15. Our view in this respect has the support of all the evidence taken by us except that of two witnesses. One of these, who is Professor of Economics at Hong Kong University, favoured a change to a gold basis even if China remained on a silver basis, being inclined to discount he disabilities to trade which a change to gold would involve; the other, who is Chief Manager of a shipbuilding firm in the Colony, considered the present currency unsatisfactory because of the effect the fluctuations in the price of silver had in making it difficult to estimate sterling costs in his business, or to keep a firm offer open for the length of time required between tendering and acceptance, and also to finance ships after construction; he advocated therefore some measure of stabilisation, though he would not go so far as to say we should depart from the silver basis before China did so.

16. It may be apposite here to recapitulate very briefly the arguments upon which traders both past and present--(se especially the memoranda of Messrs. Mackie and Russell Nos. 34 and 35 in Part III),-rely to show how any attempt to base the currency on any other metallic standard of value than that used in China would be harmful to the trade and thus indirectly to the general welfare of the Colony. They are as follows:-

(i) Hong Kong is not a producing but a transit centre; its exports and imports are almost entirely on China's account; the trade which it handles is in reality China's trade. In spite of the fact that all countries from which imports come and to which exports go are now on a gold basis, and that there is a great improvement nowadays in the speeding up of communications between the Colony and China, it still is of the utmost importance that the Colony's currency should conform as closely as possible to that of China, and that unnecessary exchange transactions be eliminated.

(ii) The ill-effects of any divergence are amply shown when a high premium exists on Hong Kong exchange and drives business past the Colony to Shang- hai. It naturally follows that these ill-effects would be accentuated by making a clean break between the two currencies.

(iii) If Hong Kong had a currency based on gold with China's currency still remaining on a silver basis, merchants fear that the financing of trade would tend to gravitate towards China, where a direct exchange transaction could be effected and bargains struck readily to the exclusion of Hong Kong as an intermediary. Trade might thus pass the Colony, and a centrifugal move- ment might set in, which in the long run would adversely affect the prestige and prosperity of the Colony.

(iv) We do not attach much weight to certain other objections which were mentioned to us. For instance, some feared that Chinese merchants. being traditionally accustomed to handle silver, might prefer to continue to do so, and move their businesses elsewhere rather than adjust their methods to the new currency. Again it has been stated that there is the possibility in the event of a marked appreciation of the price of silver that the Colony would forfeit a great portion of its silver token coinage to the melting pot.

(b) In what respects if any is the present currency situation in the Colony unsatisfactory?

17. We have concluded.-and are supported in our conclusion by all the evidence before us, that the currency system of the Colony suffers from the follow- ing faults --

(i) There is in fact a fluctuating premium on the bank-note over the silver dollar in exchange.

(ii) The silver dollar is itself a most inconvenient medium, being difficult to handle, carry and store.

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18. Some witnesses have also expressed dissatisfaction with those provisions of the currency system by which the privilege of note issue is delegated to the somewhat arbitrary control of private banking institutions

(c) If the situation is unsatisfactory in what way can it be remedied?

19. As regards remedies for the premium we deal with these fully in our reply to question (d).

20. As regards remedies for the inconvenience attending the use of the silver dollar we consider that this inconvenience might be lessened to some extent, and at the same time the further minting of British dollars stopped, if more advantage were taken of the means that already exist of issuing notes against deposits of bar-silver in Hong Kong or in London. In general the practice of issuing notes against bar-silver seems to us preferable to issuing them against silver dollars. We realise however that many coins may still be needed as currency and that there would be difficulty in dis- posing of those already minted without loss of the cost of making and importing them. We do not favour any attempt to prohibit the minting or importation of British dollars, as such action might simply tend to raise the premium on the note, until some exchange corrective in the form of silver bars is provided.

21. As regards the control of note issue by private banking institutions we have more to say on this topic when we come to discuss the remedies for the premium. Those who are dissatisfied with the system of issue by private banks have suggested to us as alternatives, either that Government should take over the whole note issue, or that it should exercise a much more direct control than it does at present over the issuing banks. We have given careful consideration to their views, but have concluded that much of their dissatisfaction arises from a misapprehension regarding the obligation of the note-issuing banks. Although notes were never legal tender, but were primarily a convenient appendage to the currency, and although the law never contemplated that they should supplant silver dollars, it has come about that a demand for currency is in fact a demand for notes, to supply which in practice entails a pur- chase of gold by a bank of issue. Consequently what the party of demand regards prima facie as an obligation in regard to currency becomes, from the point of view of the party of supply, nothing more or less than an exchange operation, which can only be optional. We doubt whether in the special circumstances of this Colony, from which a large quantity of notes must continually be drained into the hinterland of China, such an obligation could be place i even on Government as a note-issuing authority.

   22. We cannot moreover see that in the circumstances of this Colony a Gov- ernment note-issue would have any advantages over a properly controlled private note- issue. On the contrary it might involve Government, and indirectly the taxpayer, in the risks of heavy losses due to fluctuations in the value of silver and securities, risks which bankers, being daily engaged in them, are more competent both to anticipate and cover. A Government note-issue again would involve Government in heavy initial expenditure in laying down notes and building treasuries to hold the reserves against them, and in a constantly recurring charge for the staff of a special note department.

(d) Is the premium on notes over silver detrimental to the prosperity of the Colony? If so, can it be controlled and by what means?

23. We find, and are supported in our finding by all the evidence, that the pre- mium, as a fluctuating and uncertain factor, tends to drive trade past the Colony, and is thus detrimental to its prosperity.

24. The causes from which the premium arises are fully discussed in various memoranda printed in Part III. Briefly summarised they are as follows:-

   There is a chronic excess of "invisible" exports consisting of Chinese emi- grants' remittances from abroad, which lead to large purchases of gold all round by the banks. Presumably cover in the shape of sales of gold is wanting, and thus the market becomes one-sided. It might have been expected that relief would have been obtained by the resumption of the import of silver dollars, but the difficulties attending their use for inter-bank commitments are still considerable, even though since Octo- ber last year it was agreed between banks to accept them freely. Prior to that date by tacit understanding between banks they were not accepted at all, and consequent- ly no actual exchange corrective existed. The British dollar is current to any large extent only in Hong Kong and its costs through seigniorage and interest are appro-

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ximately 5%; moreover since the only way of disposing of it elsewhere is by melting it down, to meet the loss thereby incurred, another 3% might have to be added to its cost. Consequently, in comparison with the uncoined metal, the silver dollar pos- sesses grave disadvantages, in that its import and export points are widely removed.

25. As regards the possibility and means of controlling this premium, we con- sider that if the issuing banks here were to give out notes freely in exchange for legal silver coins, the exchange level of Hong Kong currency must approximate to sil- ver parity, but, as we have already indicated, the inconveniences attendant on the use of silver dollars discourage the banks of issue from accepting any more of them than is absolutely necessary for their business. If it is assumed that silver parity is maintained in Shanghai, the local quotation for taels day by day against a parity of roughly Tls. 72 accurately indicates the extent of the premium here, but in spite of Jarge imports of British dollars the expected effect of removing the premium or restor- ing a normal tacl rate has not followed. An exchange corrective therefore has still to De found.

26. We might here refer in passing to the use of sycee in Shanghai, and re- mark how in spite of its disabilities this medium functions within certain limits as an exchange corrective. The exchange level in Shanghai cannot remain for long too high above the laying-down cost of silver; and again, opposite but natural forces are immediately put in action should the exchange level tend to move too far below the actual value of silver. It may be assumed roughly that, when exchange in Shanghai is quoted at 44% below silver, a

      % below silver, a point has been reached at which it begins to be pro- fitable to ship sycee and sell it for its silver content. We have previously shown that the export point of the British dollar does not arrive until our exchange falls to over 5% below the price of the silver content of the dollar. Bearing in mind then that as a circulating medium British dollars have a very limited use, and in settlement of inter-bank commitments are far from being acceptable, it occurs to us to put forward the suggestion that some scheme might be agreed upon among the banks whereby bar-silver might be utilised in the place of minted coins in inter-bank settlements. All indications seem to show that there is a glut of silver dollars in the Colony, and if some such scheme for the use of bar-silver could be agreed upon among the banks the loss on seigniorage might be avoided, and it might then be possible to prevent the further indiscriminate minting of British dollars, for minting which permission might be granted by Government only in special circumstances when the note reserves or the Colony's requirements demand a further supply. We do not consider that outside interests should be allowed the latitude permitted under the present system of saddl ing Hong Kong with superfluous coins in order to gain an immediate profit, a practice which incidentally aggravates the problem for the Colony if and when stabilisation has to be effected.

27. To give effect to these measures of reform, and provide for that elasticity in the currency which is necessary to meet the growing needs of the Colony, we have arrived at the conclusion, after our examination of all aspects of the case, that some readjustment may be called for in the restrictions now imposed upon the note-issuing banks. Admittedly the power of note issue possessed by banks involves a serious responsibility on their part to Government, which represents the interests of the pub- lic, and we make the following proposal therefore with some diffidence. As the law stands at present the extent of note issue is limited by the amount of the capital of the bank concerned. Only the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation may issue notes in excess of the statutory limit, and then only under onerous conditions. We think the prescribed limit should be less arbitrary and should be subject to periodical revision, provided always that the banks of issue fully cover their notes by the deposit in the Colony of bullion or silver dollars to the extent of at least one- third, the balance being covered by approved securities deposited entirely under Government control. The public would thus be adequately safe-guarded.

28. As the root of the difficulties in connection with the premium is to be fraced to an excess of inward remittances, it is obvious that the recent lowering of the rate of interest allowed by banks on deposits should also in the long run tend to remedy the situation. But owing to the unprecedented fall in silver, overseas Chinese have been induced to make excessively large remittances to Hong Kong with a view to getting the benefit from an expected rise in exchange, and it may be some time therefore before the action of the banks will make itself fully felt.

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   (e) Is the linking of the currency with silver advantageous to the Colony? If so can it be more closely linked?

   29. We consider that we have supplied sufficient answers to these questions in our remarks in reply to question (a), where we imply that as long as China links her currency to silver so long must it be advantageous to the Colony to do likewise. In the preceding paragraphs we have indicated the means by which a closer link may be forged.

(f) Is it desirable in the interests of the Colony that the value of the dollar be stabilised? If

If so can any effective steps be taken to that end?

   30. It is conceded on all hands that stabilisation in currency matters is an ideal which it is most desirable to attain, and if it could be realised here to the extent to which it has been effected elsewhere, all the problems connected with the Colony's currency would automatically disappear. The only justification for adhering to the existing silver currency is, as we have already fully explained, the fact that Hong Kong is yoked to South China both geographically and commercially, and in the last resort the question becomes a choice of evils: whether the Colony should face the loss of trade, which is apprehended if it adopts a gold basis, or whether it should continue to be buffeted by the fluctuations attendant on the use of silver as a basis for its cur-

rency.

31. We would here emphasize that stabilisation could not be effected at any arbitrary figure but would have to be determined by the value of silver at the time when the change is made, as present holdings of silver must be sold for what they will We are not prepared obtain in the new currency in order to finance that currency. to hazard an opinion as to the sterling price our silver dollar on finally being disposed of would fetch, were stabilisation to be agreed upon, but undoubtedly the price would be much lower than the exchange value of our currency at the time the decision to stabilise was taken. Any attempt therefore to fix arbitrarily the sterling value of the dollar at a higher rate must involve a serious loss, which neither a Government nor any private individual would be prepared to suffer. It is obvious that, during the period of transition towards stabilisation and for long afterwards, trade and com- merce will suffer severe dislocation, but how far-reaching the effects may be, or how quickly the Colony would recover, can only be a matter for conjecture.

32. As regards the future of silver we do not feel confident to express any definite views. But though we fully realise the uncertainties and risks of the situa- tion in this respect, we would deprecate any over-hasty action to effect stabilisation at a figure that subsequent movements in the price of silver might prove to have been In this connection it ill-advised and disastrous to the best interests of the Colony

may not be out of place to repeat the evidence given by American interests before the Royal Commission on Indian Currency and Finance in May 1926, when with regard to the effect of the price of silver on the world's production it was stated that, should the price of silver fall to 50 U.S. gold cents per ounce, 20% of the world's pro- duction would be made unprofitable, whilst a fall to 33 cents per ounce would make 58% unprofitable. It was also pointed out at the same time that the reduction of output would probably not follow immediately on the decline of prices. These remarks might well be taken in conjunction with the views of the Chairman of the Shanghai British Chamber of Commerce, who in February last in a letter addressed to the Chinese Minister of Commerce and Industry, Nanking, made the following

statement:

"The present stocks of silver in Shanghai would be insufficient to finance

China's trade, were such trade normal".

  33. Finally since China has now worked out through the agency of the Kem- merer Commission a complete and detailed scheme, whereby in more propitious cir- cumstances she may make the change to a gold standard currency, we consider that it is of the utmost importance that Hong Kong, as being unable herself to exercise any control over the price of silver, should be in a position to anticipate such a move on the part of the last remaining user of silver on a large scale. Although we cannot see that China will be able to take this step in the immediate future and although we are rather disposed to regard China's desire for a gold standard for the time being as a pious hope, since any such scheme in the nature of things must entail the reor- ganisation of her political and fiscal machinery and the obtaining of large financial credits from outside, nevertheless Hong Kong should not be found unprepared for

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such an event in China, or she might find herself a holder of much-cheapened silver, a situation too disastrous to contemplate.

   34. We recommend therefore that all available data should as soon as possible be placed before expert opinion with a view to the formulating and having in read- iness a feasible scheme worked out in detail whereby the transfer of the Colony's cur- rency from a silver to a gold basis may be effected as smoothly and with as little trouble and expense as possible, in case a sudden change-over be forced upon the Colony.

35. Although it is premature at the present stage to indicate what gold- currency unit should be adopted by Hong Kong, our close business relations with China require us to stress the advisability of this Colony adopting a monetary unit identical with that of our neighbours, following the example set in this respect by Canada with regard to the United States of America.

   36. In conclusion we desire to add that, since our terms of reference confined our enquiry primarily to a consideration of the effects of the Colony's currency upon trade, we have refrained purposely from commenting on the hardships of residents. and others financially interested in the Colony, who are losing heavily owing to the unprecedented fall in the price of silver, but we trust that the omission may not be construed as implying any lack of sympathy with these sufferers.

37. We desire to express our thanks to our Secretary, Mr. T. Megarry, of the Hong Kong Cadet Service, for the capable way in which he performed his many and arduous duties, and also to Miss V. R. Harrison, for her assistance in the secre- tarial work.

We have the honour to be,

Sir,

Your Excellency's most obedient servants,

C. McI. MESSER, Chairman.

M. J. BREEN.

C. CHAMPKIN.

CHAU YUE TENG.

A. H. FERGUSON.

V. M. GRAYBURN.

R. H. KOTEWALL.

LI TSE FONG.

C. G. S. MACKIE.

D. O. RUSSELL.

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T. MEGARRY,

Secretary.

14th July, 1930.

H. E. Sir WILLIAM PEEL, K.B.E, C.M.G.,

Governor, etc.

HONG KONG

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 1, 1930.

Reservations by the Hon. Dr. R. H. Kotewall, C.M.G., LL.D.

I have signed this report with two reservations :

A.-Currency Advisory Board.

1. In paragraph 21 of the report alternative suggestions for the better control of the Colony's note-issue are mentioned. They are (a) that the Government should take over the note-issue, and (b) that it should exercise a more direct control over the note-issuing banks than it does at present. Arguments are given in paragraphs 21 and 22 to refute the first suggestion, but no reasons are advanced against the second which seems to me to be of such importance as to merit serious consideration.

391

Page 94.

2. In paragraph 16 of my memorandum I express the view that, while No. 33 in the first alternative seems, for reasons given therein, unwise and unnecessary, the Part III, fact that it has been suggested by such important organisation and local residents as the Chinese Bankers' Association, the Chinese General Chamber of Commerce, the Hon. Mr. J. J. Paterson and Mr. R. M. Dyer, C.B.E., indicates that there is a widespread desire on the part of the Public that the Government should not altogether dissociate itself from the control of the note-issue of the Colony.

3. Many business men and bankers consider--and I agree with them-that the present system lays too great and too grave a responsibility upon the managers of the three note-issuing banks. Of these the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, by virtue of its premier position in China, and of the special privilege it enjoys in being allowed by law to issue notes in excess of the statutory limit to any amount under certain specified conditions, exercises the greatest power; and consequently it is upon its Chief Manager that the heaviest responsibility lies in a time of financial crisis. This means that in such a time the welfare of the Colony largely hangs upon the decision of one man. On one or two occasions in the past the Public has asked itself whether the action or inaction of the Bank in the matter of note-issue was to the best interests of the Colony as a whole. The Public has the right to expect that the note-issue, upon which the prosperity of the Colony depends to so great an extent, should not be subject to the will of one single individual. At the present moment Hong Kong is fortunate in having at the head of its chief bank a man of large vision, but it requires to be safeguarded against the man of narrow views, who may at another time occupy the same position. In other words, we trust the man in power to-day, but we mistrust the system that confers a position of such power. It may be interesting to note that in paragraph 29 of the report, the Committee expresses the view that "admittedly the power of note-issue possessed by banks involves a serious responsibility on

                               on their part to Government, which represents the interests of the Public."

4. Sharing this view, and in the absence of other schemes for a better control of the note-issue, I recommend the establishment of an Advisory Board that could in a time of financial crisis advise the Government (and, incidentally, the note-issuing banks) what steps should be taken to meet the situation. The fact that the Colony would then be prepared for an emergency by the existence of a body of experts (some of whom at least would be disinterested and independent parties) ready to study any problem and explore all avenues for remedial measures, would be sufficient justification for my recommendation.

5. I should mention that the proposal to institute this Board has the support of two other members of the Committee.

6. In view of my recommendation, I am unable to subscribe to the view expressed in the last sentence of paragraph 29-"The Public would thus be ade- quately safeguarded"-unless it is modified by the addition of the words "but in the opinion of three members of the Committee, the establishment of an Advisory Board is necessary for full security."

392

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 1,

1930.

B.-Stabilisation.

7. My second reservation concerns the question of the stabilisation of the dollar. While the other members of this Committee advise in paragraph 36 that "all available data should......be placed before expert opinion with a view to the formulating and having in readiness a feasible scheme......whereby the transfer of the Colony's currency from a silver to a gold basis may be effected ....... in case a sudden change-over be forced upon the Colony", I am of the opinion that expert advice should be sought as to whether this Colony can now, or at some future date, safely adopt the gold basis, eren if China does not take the same course.

8. From paragraph 27 of my memorandum it will be seen that I, too, have reached the conclusion that the time is unpropitious for Hong Kong to change to a gold basis, but that I feel that if we were to do so even before China, the result might not be as harmful to the Colony as it is feared. I should like here to call attention to the arguments in favour of stabilisation which I have collected from various sources and arranged in paragraph 26 of my memorandum.

9. I have a great respect for the opinion of my colleagues on the Committee, appreciating their technical knowledge of the subject, and their ripe experience of business and banking conditions in Hong Kong and China. At the same time I feel that the Colony ought not to rely solely upon the opinion of this Committee in attempting to dispose of the problem which affects the very life blood of the Colony's trade. I hold the view that the question should be referred for advice to the highest possible experts whose disinterestedness and lack of bias cannot be questioned.

R. H. KOTEWALL.

14th July, 1930.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

To the Owner of Survey District I Lot No. 487|11.

  No. 484.-It is hereby notified that the Governor in Council having decided that the resumption of the property registered in the District Office, South, as Survey District I Lot No. 487/11 is required for a public purpose and in the opinion of the Governor private negotiations for the purchase thereof having failed, the said property and all rights, easements and appurtenances thereto belonging or appertaining will be resumed by the Crown on the expiration of four months from the publication of this notice, and thereupon such compensation in respect of such resumption will be paid as may be awarded in the manner provided by the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900.

1st August, 1930.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

第四百八十四號

諭知事現奉

布政司夏

購收

囘 囘

迄並

飭業主卽便遵照毌違特 回公地則例辦理等因奉此合行諭 回至如何補置則按一千九百年收 期滿該地及一切權利卽由政府收 知該業主由諭知之日起限四個月

向該業主磋商購回迄未允願本督 難成議仰該司即行出示諭

政局議定將其收回並以政府名義 地段現因舉辦公益經本督會同無

督憲令開在南約理民府註冊之第 一丈量約份第四八七/十一號之

主地

例補

毋等

七/十一號地毘業主

右諭第一丈量約份第四八

壹千九百三十年八月一日

收月

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 1,

1930.

B.-Stabilisation.

7. My second reservation concerns the question of the stabilisation of the dollar. While the other members of this Committee advise in paragraph 36 that "all available data should......be placed before expert opinion with a view to the formulating and having in readiness a feasible scheme......whereby the transfer of the Colony's currency from a silver to a gold basis may be effected ....... in case a sudden change-over be forced upon the Colony", I am of the opinion that expert advice should be sought as to whether this Colony can now, or at some future date, safely adopt the gold basis, eren if China does not take the same course.

8. From paragraph 27 of my memorandum it will be seen that I, too, have reached the conclusion that the time is unpropitious for Hong Kong to change to a gold basis, but that I feel that if we were to do so even before China, the result might not be as harmful to the Colony as it is feared. I should like here to call attention to the arguments in favour of stabilisation which I have collected from various sources and arranged in paragraph 26 of my memorandum.

9. I have a great respect for the opinion of my colleagues on the Committee, appreciating their technical knowledge of the subject, and their ripe experience of business and banking conditions in Hong Kong and China. At the same time I feel that the Colony ought not to rely solely upon the opinion of this Committee in attempting to dispose of the problem which affects the very life blood of the Colony's trade. I hold the view that the question should be referred for advice to the highest possible experts whose disinterestedness and lack of bias cannot be questioned.

R. H. KOTEWALL.

14th July, 1930.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

To the Owner of Survey District I Lot No. 487|11.

  No. 484.-It is hereby notified that the Governor in Council having decided that the resumption of the property registered in the District Office, South, as Survey District I Lot No. 487/11 is required for a public purpose and in the opinion of the Governor private negotiations for the purchase thereof having failed, the said property and all rights, easements and appurtenances thereto belonging or appertaining will be resumed by the Crown on the expiration of four months from the publication of this notice, and thereupon such compensation in respect of such resumption will be paid as may be awarded in the manner provided by the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900.

1st August, 1930.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

第四百八十四號

諭知事現奉

布政司夏

購收

囘 囘

迄並

飭業主卽便遵照毌違特 回公地則例辦理等因奉此合行諭 回至如何補置則按一千九百年收 期滿該地及一切權利卽由政府收 知該業主由諭知之日起限四個月

向該業主磋商購回迄未允願本督 難成議仰該司即行出示諭

政局議定將其收回並以政府名義 地段現因舉辦公益經本督會同無

督憲令開在南約理民府註冊之第 一丈量約份第四八七/十一號之

主地

例補

毋等

七/十一號地毘業主

右諭第一丈量約份第四八

壹千九百三十年八月一日

收月

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 1, 1930. 393

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT

To the Owner of Survey District II Lot No. 352, Remaining Portion.

   No. 485.-It is hereby notified that the Governor in Council having decided that the resumption of the property registered in the District Office, South, as Survey District II Lot No. 352, Remaining Portien, is required for a public purpose and in the opinion of the Governor private negotiations for the purchase thereof having failed, the said property and all rights, easements and appurtenances thereto belonging or appertaining will be resumed by the Crown on the expiration of four months from the publication of this notice, and thereupon such compensation in respect of such resumption will be paid as may be awarded in the manner provided by the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

1st August, 1930.

遵辦

Colonial Secretary.

丈督諭布

第四百八十五號

諭知事現奉

辦理等因奉此合行諭飭業主卽便 置則按一千九百年收回公地則例 一切權利卽由政府收回至如何補 諭知之日起限四個月期滿該地及 覓仰該司卽行出示諭知該業主由 難成議!!該業主似不在港無從尋 主磋商購回迄未允願本督意其終 定將其收回並以政府名義向該業 因舉辦公益經本督會同議政局議

丈量約份地段第三百五十二號現 督憲令開南約理民府注册之第二

遵照毋違特諭

囘期

三百五十二號業主

右諭第二丈量約份内地段第

一千九百三十年八月一日

則何

例補及由

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

To the

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

Owner of Survey District II Lot No. 107.

   No. 486.--It is hereby notified that the Governor in Council having decided that the resumption of the property registered in the District Office, South, as Survey District II Lot No. 107, is required for a public purpose and in the opinion of the Governor private negotiations for the purchase thereof having failed, the said property and all rights, easements and appurtenances thereto belonging or appertaining will be resumed by the Crown on the expiration of four months from the publication of this notice, and thereupon such compensation in respect of such resumption will be paid as may be awarded in the manner provided by the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900.

.

第四百八十六號

諭知事現奉

布政司夏

則切 仰成

權之

仰該司卽行出示諭知該業主由論

成議且該業主似不在港無從尋覓

磋商購囘迄未允願本督意其終難 將其收回並以政府名義向該業主 舉辦公益經本督會同議政局議定 丈量約份第一百零七號現因 督憲令開南約理民府註册之第二

年府

囘期

主地如該業無

何地主從其該

便例 及由尋終業

進辦

諭寛難

知之日起限四個月期滿該地及一

理等因奉此合行諭飭業主即便遵

則按一千九百年收回公地則例辦

照毋違特諗

百零七號業主

右第二丈量約份地段第一

一千九百三十年八月一日

1st August, 1930.

394

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 1, 1930.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

No. 487.-The following addition to the Register of Medical Practitioners entitled to practise Medicine in this Colony, published in Government Notification No. 296 of the 6th May, 1930, pursuant to the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1884, is published for general information:-

PERSON QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE.

NAME.

Yu Chiu Kwong

(余朝光)

30th July, 1930.

ADDRESS.

46B, Bonham Road.

QUALIFICATION,

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hong Kong.

DATE OF QUALIFICATION

December,

1929.

A. R. WELLINGTON,

Director of Medical & Sanitary Services.

SANITARY DEPARTMENT.

No. 488.-It is hereby notified that the rate for limewashing in Hong Kong and Kowloon under By-law 4 of the Domestic Cleanliness and Ventilation By-laws shall be $3.80 per floor for the year starting 1st October, 1930.

1st August, 1930.

G. R. SAYER,

Head of the Sanitary Department.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 489.--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 2nd September, 1930, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before that date:-

Number of Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietors.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

File No.

No. 2 of 1917.

31st July, 1930.

The North British Rubber Company, Limited, of Castle Mills, Fountainbridge, Edinburgh, Scotland.

0

31st July, 1930.

123

of 1930.

;

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 1, 1930. 395

No. 490.-Financial Statement for the month of April, 1930.

TREASURY.

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE.

Balance of Assets and Liabilities on 31st March, 1930

Revenue from 1st to 30th April, 1930 ....

$ 11,047,731.67

1,833,452.59

$12,881,184.26 2,419,107.46

Expenditure from 1st to 30th April, 1930

Balance

$ 10,462,076.80

Assets and Liabilities on the 30th April, 1930.

LIABILITIES.

ASSETS.

$

C.

Deposits not Available

1,354,546.26

Subsidiary Coins.

$

c.

1,613,322.37

Postal Agencies

5,108.97

Advances

976,561.03

Suspense Account

784,706.62

Building Loans

1,375,784.12

Suspense Trade Loan

909,552.68

Imprest

60,027.78

Overdraft Trade Loan

1,661,119.45

House Service Account

29,565.22

Public Works (1927) Loan

Adjustment of Exchange

223,821.17 |† Joint Colonial Fund

1,366,650.07

3,494,532.86

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

482,718.83

Unallocated Stores, (Railway)

157,522.93

Coal Account

478.53

Investment Account

1,296,394.66

Lorry Haulage Account

5,744.04

Fixed Deposit Account

3,200,000.00

Balance at Banks..

1,256,789.51

Total Liabilities ..

6,305,505.22

Balance Public Works (1927)

Loan

223,821.17

Balance..

10,462,076.80

Trade Loan Outstanding

2,570,672.13

Crown Agents, Current Account..

23,646.84

TOTAL.........$ 16,767,582.02

TOTAL.........$

16,767,582.02

29th July, 1930.

Joint Colonial Fund............£263,000 0s. Od.

C. McI. MESSER,

Treasurer.

396

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 1, 1930.

No. 491,

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE REVENUE AND EXPEN

Revenue

Estimates.

Revenue from

1st to 30th

for same

Actual Revenue to

Revenue

for same

Heads of Revenue.

1930.

April, 1930.

period of

preceding

year.

31st April, 1930.

period of preceding

year.

Light Dues..

$

Ꭶ .

$ C.

$ C.

$

C.

141,000

12,881.81

13,757.01

50,176.92

$ C.

47,670.45

Do.,

Special Assess-

ment ...

170,000

15,280.92

16,710.93

59,585.72

57,227.22

Licences

and

Internal

Revenue not otherwise specified

15,403,320

1,265,743.10 1,377,261.85

5,256,530.48

5,323,675.30

Fees of Court or Office

Payments for specific

purposes, and Reim- bursements in Aid........

1,900,900 102,978.13 262,148.18

768,142.21

763,959.28

Post Office

970,000

98,206.53

89,803.41

395,335.86 324,830.86

Kowloon-Canton Railway...

949,400

93,610.86

91,118.97 339,371.16 351,029.95

Rent of Government Pro-

perty, Land and Houses...

1,408,700

111,689.50

110,125.37

400,608.32 391,032.39

Interest

223,500

12,615.53

24,596.92 102,621.37 100,167.52

Miscellaneous Receipts...... 546,100

31,309.98

24,536.44 168,453.86 317,667.41

Total (exclusive of Land

Sales)

21,712,920

1,744,316.36 2,010,059.08 7,540,825.90 7,677,260.38

Land Sales (Premia on New

Leases)

1,000,000

89,136.23 123,273.60 456,326.62 462,930.75

TOTAL.........$ 22,712,920 1,833,452.59 2,133,332.68

7,997,152.52 8,140,191.13

29th July, 1930.

O

4

C

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 1, 1930. 397

TREASURY.

DITURE FOR THE PERIOD ENDED 30TH APRIL, 1930.

Estimates,

Heads of Expenditure.

1930.

Expenditure from 1st to 30th

April, 1930.

Expenditure for same month of preceding year.

Actual Expenditure

to 30th April, 1930.

Expenditure for same period of preceding

year.

$

$

C.

$

C.

f

C.

$ c.

H. E. the Governor

103,617

6,846.47

7,665.25

29,827.14

33,405.07

Cadet Service

362,594

28,212.72

27,314.18

113,371.94

108,108.84

Senior Clerical and Ac-

counting Staff ...........

242,077

19,537.37

16,790.59

74,114.07

60,594.88

Junior Clerical Service

753,895

58,091.73

52,822.77

233,242.88

219,311.01

Colonial Secretary's Office

and Legislature

46,909

3,427.01

3,268.94

14,937.42

13,252.63

Secretariat

for

for Chinese

Affairs

15,382

1,135.30

927.70

4,564.98

2,745.72

Treasury

16,529

1,074.45

1,036.54

4,496.73

3,990.83

Audit Department

49,996

6,001.15

4,695.61

18,876.12

15,929.49

District Office, North

23,424

3,458.18

3,161.01

8,575.95

7,225.22

Do., South

13,416

1,923.12

561.62

4,059.97

2,341.05

Communications :-

(a) Post Office

308,835

61,823.24

48,790.78

157,825.76

40,325.12

(b) Do. Wireless

Telegraph Service.

120,708

7,634.60

33,105.72

Imports and Exports

Office

866,436

66,865.43

56,313.91

252,687.97 218,493.17

Harbour Department

996,342

90,623.51

69,876.35

256,794.52 262,910.84

Do.

Air

Service

201,080

40,012.97

Royal Observatory

37,102

3,345.40

2,472.21

12,201.57

10,949.90

Fire Brigade....

380,564

10,342.52

17,717.39

49,677.94

65,286.21

Supreme Court...

153,570

6,765.84

9,768.72

46,083.93

52,138.19

Attorney General.

34,728

3,555.65

2,153.74

12,491.88

8,381.17

Crown Solicitor's Office

34,918

3,062.30

2,571.65

11,748.01

12,103.70

Official Receiver

13,825

685.52

885.10

2,617.51

3,394.82

Land Office

25,144

2,081.96

1,045.57

9,121.98

7,474.72

Magistracy, Hong Kong...

2,289

223.79

125.11

617.18

528.97

Do., Kowloon

2,118

218.35

162.14

671.14

615.11

Police Force

2,159,235

181,892.75

164,654.06

657,726.72

692,474.94

Prisons Department.. Medical Department

585,684

32,135.60

41,461.52

140,842.39

153,933.53

1,209,611

77,734.01

102,224.15

268,092.37

307,293.92

Sanitary Department.

791,563

66,593.69

58,960.23

212,373.70

207,924.57

Botanical and

and Forestry

Department

107,496

8,269.78

9,298.29

31,324,18

29,545.35

Education Department

1,349,691

77,423.59

69,855.64

477,200.93

443,780.09

Public Works Department.

1,654,477

121,095.41

118,928.36

477,081.73

457,424.87

Do., Recurrent.........

1,787,650

99,245.49

122,166.40

224,229.84

252,183.08

Do., Extraordinary.

3,840,750

91,352.41

133,075.41

284,520.52

224,736.17

Kowloon-Canton Railway..

1,234,879

56,098.87

60,616.12

219,812.88

235,594.16

Defence:-

(a) Volunteer

Defence

Corps

107,813

6,124.95

4,363.19

24,431.30 22,589,35

(b) Hong Kong Royal

Naval Volunteer

Reserve

25,433

(c) Military

Contribu-

tion

3,865,560

Miscellaneous Services

1,354,395

Charitable Services..

111,704

Charge on Account of

Public Debt

1,364,076

Pensions

913,000

323,730.06 174,004.03 2,327.80

592,971.97 121,171.44

316,351,08 108,806.48 1,594.21

338,559.20 90,976.08

1,289,195.31 555,738.81 8,826.56

672,693.32 374,782.38

7,173.90

592,863.80 338.559.20 341,941.76 296,872.89

TOTAL..... .$

27,268,515

2,419,107.46 2,072,017.30

7,197,928.08 5,867,068.38

C. McI. MESSER,

Treasurer.

400

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 8, 1930.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL,

No. 492.

Hong Kong

  Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 3 (1) (b) of the Tobacco Ordinance, 1916, Ordinance No. 10 of 1916, on the 6th day of August, 1930.

The rates of drawback set out in regulation 1 of the Drawback Regulations pub- lished as Government Notification No. 75 of 1929, amended as appears in Government Notification No. 352 of 1930, are hereby further amended by the substitution for item (c) of the following item,

(c) On tobacco manufactured in Chinese fashion:

(i) Without the addition of oil

at the rate of 87 cents per lb.

(ii) With the addition of not more than 17 per cent. of oil

at the rate of 78 cents per lb.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

6th August, 1930.

No. 493.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. No. 5.

Thursday, 31st July, 1930, at 2.30 p.m.

PRESENT:

HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR

(Sir WILLIAM PEEL, K.B.E., C.M.G.).

His Excellency the General Officer Commanding the Troops. (Major-General JAMES

WALTER SANDILANDS, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O.).

The Honourable the Colonial Secretary, (Mr. EDWIN RICHARD HALLIFAX, C.M.G., C.B.E.). the Attorney General, (Mr. CHALONER GRENVILLE ALABASTER, K.C.,

O.B.E.).

爷爷

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the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, (Mr. ALAN EUSTACE WOOD).

the Colonial Treasurer, (Mr. CHARLES MCILVAINE MESSER, O.B.E.).

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Mr. HAROLD THOMAS CREASY, C.B.E., (Director of Public Works).

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL,

No. 492.

Hong Kong

  Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 3 (1) (b) of the Tobacco Ordinance, 1916, Ordinance No. 10 of 1916, on the 6th day of August, 1930.

The rates of drawback set out in regulation 1 of the Drawback Regulations pub- lished as Government Notification No. 75 of 1929, amended as appears in Government Notification No. 352 of 1930, are hereby further amended by the substitution for item (c) of the following item,

(c) On tobacco manufactured in Chinese fashion:

(i) Without the addition of oil

at the rate of 87 cents per lb.

(ii) With the addition of not more than 17 per cent. of oil

at the rate of 78 cents per lb.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

6th August, 1930.

No. 493.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. No. 5.

Thursday, 31st July, 1930, at 2.30 p.m.

PRESENT:

HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR

(Sir WILLIAM PEEL, K.B.E., C.M.G.).

His Excellency the General Officer Commanding the Troops. (Major-General JAMES

WALTER SANDILANDS, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O.).

The Honourable the Colonial Secretary, (Mr. EDWIN RICHARD HALLIFAX, C.M.G., C.B.E.). the Attorney General, (Mr. CHALONER GRENVILLE ALABASTER, K.C.,

O.B.E.).

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the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, (Mr. ALAN EUSTACE WOOD).

the Colonial Treasurer, (Mr. CHARLES MCILVAINE MESSER, O.B.E.).

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Mr. HAROLD THOMAS CREASY, C.B.E., (Director of Public Works).

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The Honourable Mr. EDWARD DUDLEY CORSCADEN WOLFE, C.M.G., (Inspector General

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of Police).

Commander GEORGE FRANCIS HOLE, R.N. (Retired), (Harbour Master).

Dr. ARTHUR ROBARTES WELLINGTON, (irector of Medical and Sanitary

Services).

Sir SHOUSON CHOW, Kt.

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Mr. JOHN OWEN HUGHES.

Mr. CHARLES GORDON STEWART MACKIE.

Mr. ROBERT HORMUS KOTEWALL, C.M.G., LL.D.

Mr. JOSÉ PEDRO BRAGA.

Mr. Ts'o SEEN-WAN, O.B.E., LL.D.

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Mr. JOHN JOHNSTONE PATERSON.

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Mr. PAUL LAUDER.

Mr. NORMAN LOCKHART SMITH, (Deputy Clerk of Councils).

1. The Council met pursuant to adjournment. His Excellency the Governor

occupied the Chair.

MINUTES.

2. The Minutes of the Meeting held on the 26th June, 1930, were confirmed.

PAPERS.

3. The following papers were laid on the table :---

Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Industrial Employment of Women, Young Persons and Children Ordinance, 1922, on 23rd June, 1930.

Order made by the Governor in Council under Regulation No. 4 of the

Emergency Regulations (Newspapers, etc.), on 24th June, 1920.

Notification under section 90 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance,

1903, on 27th June, 1930.

Notification under section 90 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance,

1903, on 27th June, 1930.

Rescission of the Order made by the Governor in Council under the Merchant

Shipping Ordinance, 1899, on 5th July, 1930.

Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Licensing

Ordinance, 1887, on 12th July, 1930.

Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 12 of the Summary

Offences Ordinance, 1845, on 12th July, 1930.

Regulation and direction made by the Governor in Council under section 13

of the Summary Offences Ordinance, 1845, on 12th July, 1930.

Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 5 of the Regulation

of Chinese Ordinance, 1888, on 12th July, 1930.

Rule made by the Governor in Council under section 18 of the Prisons Ordi-

nance, 1899, on 13th July, 1930.

Declaration under the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, Ordinance No. 10

of 1899, Table L, Quarantine Regulations, on 16th July, 1930. Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Post Office

Ordinance, 1926, on 24th July, 1930.

Declaration under the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, Ordinance No. 10

of 1899, Table L, Quarantine Regulatious, on 25th July, 1930.

Notification under section 90 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance,

1903, on 25th July, 1930.

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Sessional Papers, 1930:--

No. 5.-Water Shortage Emergency-June-August, 1929.

No. 6. Motor Taxation.

No. 7.-Report of Currency Committee, 1930.

QUESTIONS.

4. The Hon. Mr. R. H. KOTEWALL, C.M.G., LL.D., pursuant to notice, asked the

following question :---

In view of the prevailing high cost of living, will the Government review the

scale of fares prescribed in clause 84 of the Regulations made by the Governor in Council under the Vehicles and Traffic Regulation Ordi- nance 1912 in respect of public chairs and jinrickshas with the view to making a reasonable increase in such scale?

The Colonial Secretary replied as follows:

The Government sees no reason at present to consider the question of a revision of the scale of the fares in question which, after remaining unchanged for many years, were raised to the present level in 1924. It is pointed out that the licence fee for public jinrickshas has, so far as the Island of Hong Kong is concerned, only recently been reduced by paragraph 3 (d) of Government Notification 376 of 17th June, 1930.

REPORT OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE.

5. The Colonial Secretary laid on the table the Report of the Finance Committee

(No. 8), dated the 26th June, 1930, and moved its adoption.

The Colonial Treasurer seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

MOTIONS.

6. The Colonial Secretary moved the following resolution :-

Whereas application has been made by the Sanitary Board to the Governor under section 167 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, for the erection of a Public Latrine on the east of Ladder Street at its junction with Lower Lascar Row.

And whereas such application having been duly approved by the Governor and a notification of the intention to erect a Public Latrine at such site having been duly published in three successive numbers of the Gazette a certain owner and occupier of the property in the vicinity has objected to such erection;

And whereas such objection has been duly considered;

It is hereby resolved by this Council that the above mentioned site and the erection thereon of a Public Latrine be and the same are hereby approved.

The Attorney General seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

7. The Colonial Secretary moved :

That the By-laws made by the Sanitary Board under section 16 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, on the 27th day of May, 1930, be adopted.

The Attorney General seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

8. Telephone Amendment Bill.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the First reading of a Bill intituled "An Ordinance to amend the Telephone Ordinance, 1925."

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The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question--put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

9. Holidays Amendment Bill.--The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the First reading of a Bill intituled "An Ordinance to amend the Holidays Ordinance, 1912."

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

10. Sailors Home and Missions to Seamen Incorporation Bill.-The Hon. Mr. C. G. S. MACKIE addressed the Council and moved the First reading of a Bill intituled An Ordinance to provide for the incorporation of the Sailors Home and Missions to Seamen.'

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The Hon. Mr. J. OWEN HUGHES seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

11. Supplementary Appropriation Bill.-The Colonial Secretary moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled "An Ordinance to authorize the Appropriation of a Supplementary Sum of Three hundred and four thousand five hundred and thirty-eight Dollars and eighty-three Cents to defray the Charges of the year 1929."

The Colonial Treasurer seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a second time.

Council in Committee on the Bill.

On Council resuming, the Colonial Secretary reported that the Bill had passed through Committee without amendment and moved that it be read a third time.

The Colonial Treasurer seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a third time and passed.

12. New Territories Regulation Amendment Bill.-The Attorney General moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled "An Ordinance to amend the New Territories Regulation Ordinance, 1910."

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a second time.

Council in Committee on the Bill.

On Council resuming, the Attorney General reported that the Bill had passed through Committee without amendment and moved that it be read a third time.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a third time and passed.

ADJOURNMENT.

13. The Council then adjourned until Thursday, the 7th day of August, 1930.

Confirmed this 7th day of August, 1930.

N. L. SMITH,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

W. PEEL,

Governor.

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No. 494.-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. 7 of 1930.-An Ordinance to amend the Holidays Ordinance,

1912.

Ordinance No. 8 of 1930.-An Ordinance to provide for the incorporation of

the Sailors Home and Missions to Seamen.

HONG KONG.

No. 7 of 1930.

I assent.

W. PEEL,

L.S.

Governor.

Short title.

Amendment of Ordinance No. 5 of

1912, s. 3.

Sth August, 1930.

An Ordinance to amend the Holidays Ordi-

nance, 1912.

[8th August, 1930.]

BE it enacted by the Governor of Hong Kong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:-

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Holidays Amendment Ordinance, 1930.

2. Section 3 of the Holidays Ordinance, 1912, is amended as follows:-

(a) Paragraph (12) is deleted and the following

paragraph is substituted therefor :-

(12) The first Monday in September. (b) The following paragraph is inserted immedi-

ately after paragraph (12) as so amended:---

(13) The tenth day of October, or if that day should be a Sunday then the following day.

(c) Paragraphs (13), (14) and (15) are renumbered

(14), (15) and (16) respectively.

Passed the Legislative Council of Hong Kong, this 7th day of August, 1930.

N. L. SMITH,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

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HONG

KONG.

No. 8 of 1930.

I assent.

W. PEEL,

L.S.

Governor.

8th August, 1930.

An Ordinance to provide for the incorporation of the Sailors Home and Missions to Seamen.

[8th August, 1930.]

BE it enacted by the Governor of Hong Kong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:-

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Sailors Home Short title. and Missions to Seamen Incorporation Ordinance, 1930.

tion.

2.-(1) The Committee for the time being as here- Incorpora- inafter composed of the Sailors Home and Missions to Seamen shall be a body corporate (hereinafter called "the Corporation") and shall have the corporate name, "The Sailors Home and Missions to Seamen ", and in that name shall have perpetual succession and shall and may sue and be sued in all courts in the Colony and shall and may have and use a common seal.

(2) The committee shall be composed of the follow- ing

(a) The Bishop of the Church of England known. as the Bishop of Victoria, for the time being officiating in the Colony.

(b) The person for the time being performing the

duties of Harbour Master of Hong Kong.

(c) The person for the time being in charge of the business of Messieurs Jardine Matheson & Com- pany, Limited, in Hong Kong.

(d) Two persons who shall be nominated by the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce with power to such Chamber to fill up any vacancy occurring in any of such nominees from time to time.

(e) Two persons nominated by the Missions to Sea- men in London with power to such Missions to Seamen to fill up any vacancy occurring in any of such nominces from time to time.

(1) A Representative of His Majesty's Navy ap- pointed by the aforesaid Members of the Com- mittee.

(g) Such other persons, one of whom must be the Honorary Treasurer of the Corporation, not exceeding at any one time four. in number as shall from time to time be co-opted by the other Members of the Committee with power to the Committee to fill up any vacancy occurring from time to time in the co-opted Members.

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Appointment

The Committee shall have such powers and duties and shall hold such meetings as are specified in this Orliuance and in the Regulations in the Schedule hereto.

3.-(1) For the purposes of the nomination mentioned of Members in section 2 (d) and (e) a copy of a minute purporting to of Committee. be a copy of a minute of the Committee of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce and a copy of a minute purporting to be a copy of a minute of the Com- mittee of the Missions to Seamen in London respectively that a person has been nominated a Member of the Com- mittee shall be sufficient for the purposes of this Ordi-

Powers of

nance.

(2) The certificate of the Colonial Secretary that any person was at the date of the certificate or had been at some previous specified date a Member of the Committee. shall for all purposes be conclusive evidence of that fact.

4.--(1) The Corporation shall carry on the work and objects heretofore carried on both by the Trustees of the Corporation. Sailors Home and by the Missions to Seamen in Hong Kong, which, as regards the Trustees of the Sailors Home, is the care of officers and men of the Mercantile Marine irrespective of their religion and also the provision of a suitable institute or home for the seafaring classes aut officers and men aforesaid, and as regards the Missions to Seamen in Hong Kong is the provision of an institute for and the spiritual welfare of the seafaring classes and in pursuance of such work and objects the use of every means consistent with the principles and receive-l practice of the Church of England, and the Corporation shall continue to carry on such work and objects.

Execution of documents.

Vesting of property.

Ordinances Nos. 5 of 1925 and 10 of 1919.

(2) The Corporation shall have power to acquire, accept, and grant leases of, take, hold and enjoy any lands, buil- dings, messuages or tenements of whatever kind or nature soever and wheresoever situate, and also to invest moneys upon mortgage of any lands buildings, messunges or tene- ments, or upon the mortgages, debentures, stocks, funds, shares or securities of any government municipality cor- poration or company, and also to purchase, acquire and possess vessels and other goods and chattels of whatsoever kind or nature.

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(3) The Corporation shall further have power by deed under its seal to graut, sell, convey, assign, surrender, exchange, partition, yield up, mortgage, pledge, demise, reassign, transfer or otherwise dispose of any lands, build- ings, messuages, tenements, mortgages, debentures, stocks, funds, shares or securities, or other goods and chattels, which are for the time being vested in or belonging to the Corporation, upon such terms as to the Corporation may

seem fit.

5. All deeds and other instruments requiring the cor- porate seal of the Corporation shall be sealed in the presence of three Members of the Committee and shall be signed by three Members.

6.-(1) All those pieces or parcels of ground registered in the Land Office as Marine Lot No. 295 and Iuland Lot No. 2899, together with all rights, easements and appur- tenances thereto belonging or usually held occupied or enjoyed therewith, are hereby transferred to and vested in the Corporation for the unexpired residues of the terms of years created by the Crown Leases thereof, subject to the payment of the rents and the performance and obser- vance of the covenants and conditions therein contained and subject to all mortgages and charges in respect thereof.

(2) All property and effects at the time of the coming into operation of this Ordinance belonging to and vested in the Trustees of the Sailors Home and the Missions to Seamen in Hong Kong respectively as respectively incor- porated by the Sailors Home Ordinance, 1925, and by the Missions to Seamen in Hong Kong Incorporation Ordi- nance, 1919, shall at the time of the coming into operation of this Ordinance, be transferred to and be and become vested in the Corporation.

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(3) On the coming into operation of this Ordinance the Corporation shall in addition to the mortgages and charges referred to in section 6 (1) become liable for all debts and liabilities of the Trustees of the Sailors Home and Missions to Seamen in Hong Kong.

7.-(1) The Corporation may, subject to the approval Power to of the Governor-in-Council, by a resolution passed by the make majority of the Committee, make from time to time such regulations. regulations as may in their discretion seem desirable for the administration of the Corporation and the management of the premises and property of whatever description thereof, with the exception that Regulation Eleven and that part of Regulation Thirteen in the Schedule hereto Schedule. which relates to the Chaplain shall not in any way be altered except with the consent of the Missions to Seamen in London.

(2) Subject to the exercise of the above powers the regulations contained in the Schedule hereto shall be in Schedule. force from the commencement of this Ordinance and shall be deemed to have been made under this Ordinance.

Crown and

8. Nothing in this Ordinance shall affect or be deemed Saving of the to affect the rights of His Majesty the King, His Heirs rights of the or Successors, or the rights of any body politie or cor- of certain porate or of any persons except such as are mentioned in other this Ordinance and those claiming by from or under them. persons.

9 Nothing in this Ordinance shall affect or be deemed Nothing to affect the Chater Missions to Seamen Endowment herein to affect the Fund save that the Corporation shall be substituted for

                            Chater the Missions to Seamen in Hong Kong mentioned in Missions to Clause four of the Deed of Trust dated the Fourth day of Seamen May, One thousand nine hundred and twenty-three.

Endowment Fund save as herein provided.

Repeal of

10. The Missions to Seamen in Hong Kong Incorpora- tion Ordinance, 1919, and the Sailors Home Ordinance, Ordinances 1925, are hereby repealed.

Passed the Legislative Council of Hong Kong, this 7th day of August, 1930.

Nos. 10 of 1919 and 5

of 1925.

N. L. SMITH,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

SCHEDULE.

[s. 7.]

REGULATIONS.

1.-(1) In these Regulations the expression "The Committee" means the Committee incorporated under this Ordinance as "The Sailors Home and Missions to Seamen ".

(2) The expression "The Institute" means the pre- mises used by the Corporation in connection with its work.

THE COMMITTEE.

2. The supreme control and management of the Institute and of the premises and property of whatever description of the Corporation shall be vested in the committee.

3. General Meetings of the Committee shall be held in the mouths of February, April, July and October in each year on such day at such hour as the Committee shall direct.

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4. The General Meeting to be held in the month of February in each year shall be called the Annual General Meeting and at such meeting a Report of all the affairs of the Corporation and an Account of the receipts expen- diture and property of the Corporation together with a balance sheet for the last year shall be presented by the Honorary Treasurer and the Chartered Accountants (here- inafter referred to) and there shall be elected a Chairman, an Honorary Treasurer, Chartered Accountants and Auditors for the ensuing year, The Committee shall elect their first Chairman who shall function until the first Annual General Meeting. At such Annual General Meeting such other business shall be transacted as may be necessary.

5. Special Meetings of the Committee may be convened at any time on the requisition of not less than four Members thereof by a notice specifying the object of the meeting and at any Special Meeting convened on such requisition no business shall be transacted other than that specified in the requisition.

6. General or Special Meetings of the Committee shall be convened (subject to Regulation 5) by direction of the Chairman of the Committee and seven days' notice in writing thereof shall be given to the Members of the Committee then within the Colony.

7. At every General or Special Meeting of the Com- mittee the Chair shall be taken by a Chairman to be nominated by the Members of the Committee present of whom four shall be a quorum.

8. The Business Manager (as hereinafter defined) shall keep a Minute Book of such Meetings and proper entries shall be made therein of all business transacted at every Meeting.

9. The voting at and resolution of General or Special Meetings of the Committee shall be decided by show of hands.

MANAGEMENT.

10. The first Chaplain shall be The Rev. G. T. Walde- grave, M.A.

11. The Chaplain shall be in sole charge of the religious activities of the Institute and shall care for and attend to all social arrangements and functions and to the visitation of ships and hospitals and he shall also be in charge of the Launch Dayspring" and of her crew and of any other launch from time to time owned or chartered by the Corporation for its purposes.

12. There shall be a Business Manager who shall sub- ject to the control of the Committee be entrusted with the upkeep and repair of the buildings furniture and fittings of the Institute, the management of all catering and mess- ing arrangements and the secretarial and office work. He shall also be entitled to go on board all mercantile shipping and shall make any necessary hospital arrangements in connection with such seafarers.

13. Any Chaplain subsequent to the first Chaplain shall be appointed by the Missions to Seamen in London but such appointment, the period of such appointment and the terms of such appointment shall be subject to the approval of the Committee. While in Hong Kong the Chaplain shall be subject to the control of the Committee and his Stipend shall be paid out of the funds of the Corporation. The Business Manager shall be appointed by the Committee for such period on such salary and ou such terms as the Committee may in their discretion think desirable and shall be paid out of the funds of the Corpo- ration. Captain F. Bayliss the late Superintendent of the Sailors Home shall be paid out of the funds of the Corporation a pension for life of Three hundred and fifty Pounds per annum being the pension heretofore agreed to be paid to him.

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14. Neither the Chaplain nor the Business Manager shall be entitled to serve as a Member of the Committee or to vote at any Meetings thereof but they shall both of them attend every such Meeting unless the Committee otherwise desires.

15. No alcoholic liquors shall be sold or consumed on the premises of the Institute.

16. The Institute shall be open to all men of His Majesty's Navy and to Officers and Men of the Mer- cantile Marine irrespective of their religion. Either the Chaplain or the Business Manager shall have power to refuse to admit and also power to expel from the premises of the Institute any person or persons whatever for any reason which such Chaplain or Business Manager may decide to be sufficient. Any person or persons aggrieved by any such decision of the Chaplain or of the Business Manager may refer the matter to the Committee for their decision which shall be final.

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES.

17. The Chapel on the premises of the Intitute shall be used for divine service and worship according to the rites and ceremonies of the Church of England.

18. Such services shall be voluntary and the attendance thereat of any person or persons using the Institute shall not be compulsory.

OFFICERS.

19. A firm of Chartered Accountants shall be appointed by the Committee at the Annual General Meeting to manage the financial affairs of the Institute. Such firm shall be responsible for the collection of all moneys due to the Corporation and for the payment thereout of all necessary payments. Pending and subject to any such appointment as aforesaid the firm of Messieurs Lowe, Bingham and Matthews shall be the Chartered Account- ants of the Institute. There shall also be an Honorary Treasurer of the Corporation appointed by the Committee from time to time who shall carry out such duties as shall be delegated to him by the Committee and shall hold office until a successor to him is appointed.

AUDITORS.

20. There shall be one ΟΡ more Auditors of the Corporation who shall be elected annually at the Annual General Meeting. Pending and subject to any such appointment Messieurs Lowe, Bingham and Matthews shall be the Auditors of the Corporation.

21. The Anditor or Auditors shall not later than three weeks before the Annual General Meeting in each year audit and report upon all accounts and books of the Corporation and shall at any other time if and when required by the Committee audit and report upon any of such books and accounts.

22. All the accounts and books of the Corporation. shall be open to inspection by the Auditor or Auditors at all reasonable times.

BANKERS.

23. The Bankers of the Corporation shall be the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation or such other bankers as the Committee shall from time to time determine.

24. All subscriptions and pecuniary donations and the income of investments and all other monies from time to times forming part of the general funds of the Corporation shall on the same being received be paid to the general accounts of the Corporation at their bankers.

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25. All capital moneys shall be paid into a separate account and shall be expended first on the cost of building the Institute and as to the balance towards forming au Endowment Fund which shall be invested and controlled by the Committee and used by them in any way they think fit for the benefit of the Institute.

26. Cheques shall be drawn on the Order of the Committee and shall be signed by the Chartered Account- ants and countersigned by two Members of the Commit-

tees.

INVESTMENTS.

27. All moneys standing to the credit of the Endow- ment Fund shall be invested by the Committee in the corporate name of the Corporation or in the names of its nominees upon the investments authorised in this Ordi- nance and any such investments from time to time may be sold and the proceeds thereof invested in other such investments as aforesaid as and when the Committee shall

direct.

APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

No. 495. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Sergeant- Major HENRY WESTLAKE, D.C.M., Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps, to be Honorary Lieutenant and Quartermaster, with effect from the 27th May, 1930.

Sth August, 1930.

NOTICES.

No. 496.

Order under section 92 (8) of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, Ordinance No. 1 of 1903, made by the Governor on the 8th day of August, 1930.

WHEREAS I, Sir WILLIAM PEEL, Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Companion of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hong Kong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same, deem it expedient for the execution of a public purpose to remove all graves in those portions of Sections A, B and C in Mount Caroline Cemetery shewn on a plan referred to in Government Notifica- tion No. 87 of 7th February, 1930, NOW, I, by this Order under my hand, by virtue of the power in that behalf vested in me by section 92 (8) of the Public Health and Build- ings 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 Wah 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 Department and the Board of Direction of the Tung Wah Hospital shall think fit and that all reasonable expenses in connection with such removal, re-internment and disposal shall be defrayed out of the public revenue of the Colony.

Given under my hand this 8th day of August, 1930.

GOVERNMENT HOUSE,

HONG KONG.

W. PEEL,

Governor.

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25. All capital moneys shall be paid into a separate account and shall be expended first on the cost of building the Institute and as to the balance towards forming au Endowment Fund which shall be invested and controlled by the Committee and used by them in any way they think fit for the benefit of the Institute.

26. Cheques shall be drawn on the Order of the Committee and shall be signed by the Chartered Account- ants and countersigned by two Members of the Commit-

tees.

INVESTMENTS.

27. All moneys standing to the credit of the Endow- ment Fund shall be invested by the Committee in the corporate name of the Corporation or in the names of its nominees upon the investments authorised in this Ordi- nance and any such investments from time to time may be sold and the proceeds thereof invested in other such investments as aforesaid as and when the Committee shall

direct.

APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

No. 495. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Sergeant- Major HENRY WESTLAKE, D.C.M., Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps, to be Honorary Lieutenant and Quartermaster, with effect from the 27th May, 1930.

Sth August, 1930.

NOTICES.

No. 496.

Order under section 92 (8) of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, Ordinance No. 1 of 1903, made by the Governor on the 8th day of August, 1930.

WHEREAS I, Sir WILLIAM PEEL, Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Companion of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hong Kong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same, deem it expedient for the execution of a public purpose to remove all graves in those portions of Sections A, B and C in Mount Caroline Cemetery shewn on a plan referred to in Government Notifica- tion No. 87 of 7th February, 1930, NOW, I, by this Order under my hand, by virtue of the power in that behalf vested in me by section 92 (8) of the Public Health and Build- ings 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 Wah 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 Department and the Board of Direction of the Tung Wah Hospital shall think fit and that all reasonable expenses in connection with such removal, re-internment and disposal shall be defrayed out of the public revenue of the Colony.

Given under my hand this 8th day of August, 1930.

GOVERNMENT HOUSE,

HONG KONG.

W. PEEL,

Governor.

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COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

To the respective Owners of Demarcation District No. 83 Lots Nos. 1831A, 1831B, 1831C, 1831D, 1831E, 1831F, 1831G, 1831H and 18311.

No. 497. It is hereby notified under section 4 of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance,1900, Ordinance No.10 of 1900, that His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to nominate Mr. ARTHUR GEORGE WARNHAM TICKLE, F.R.I.B.A., to be a member of the Board (or Boards) of Arbitrators to determine the amounts of compensation to be paid in respect of the resumption of Demarcation District No. 83 Lots Nos. 1831A, 1831B, 1831C, 1831D, 1831E, 1831F, 1831G, 1831H and 18311.

In the event of failure by you or any of you to nominate a member to represent you on the Board within seven days from the date of publication of this notice the Chairman of the Board will appoint a person on your behalf.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

8th August, 1930.

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號 F

一號I等地段之業主

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代其選定一人以便公斷此布 定公斷員會同公斷局公斷則該局之主席將 如該地段業主由通告之日起七日内仍未選 高君爲公斷局員議訂該地段應當補置若干 第十條則例卽收回公地則例第四節委定鐵 民政府現須收回今 督憲按照一千九百年 一號G一八三一號及一八三一號I等地

一千九百卅年八月八日

干鐵

No. 498.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

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 and Address of Owner.

Period of Renewal.

Class in which

File No.

renewed.

No. 115 of 1916.

2nd August, 1916.

W. R. Loxley & Co., York Buildings, Hong Kong.

2nd August, 1944.

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124 of 1930.

7th August, 1930.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks.

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SUPREME COURT

  No. 499. It is hereby notified that at the expiration of three months from the date hereof The WAI HING COMPANY, LIMITED, will, unless cause is shewn to the con- trary, be struck off the register and the company will be dissolved.

5th August, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies.

SUPREME COURT.

No. 500 It is hereby notified that the name of The TAT KWONG PRINTING COM- PANY, LIMITED, has been struck off the Register.

8th August, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies.

SUPREME COURT.

No. 501.-It is hereby notified that the name of The WANG HONG STEAMSHIP COM- PANY, LIMITED, has been struck off the Register.

Sth August, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. 502.-It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Crown on Hung Hom Inland Lot No. 168 has been registered according to

law.

1st August, 1930.

PHILIP JACKS,

Land Officer.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

  No. 503. It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Crown on Inland Lot No. 103 has been registered according to law.

8th August, 1930.

PHILIP JACKS,

Land Officer

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

No. 504.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL,

COUNCIL, No. 6.

Thursday, 7th August, 1930, at 2.30 p.m.

PRESENT:

HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR

(Sir WILLIAM PEEL, K.B.E., C.M.G.).

The Honourable the Colonial Secretary, (Mr. EDWIN RICHARD HALLIFAX, C.M.G., C.B.E.) the Attorney General, (Mr. CHALONER GRENVILLE ALABASTER, K.C.,

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O.B.E.).

the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, (Mr. ALAN EUSTACE WOOD). the Colonial Treasurer, (Mr. CHARLES MCILVAINE MESSER, O.B.E.). Mr. HAROLD THOMAS CREASY, C.B.E., (Director of Public Works). Mr. EDWARD DUDLEY CORSCADEN WOLFE, C.M.G., (Inspector General

of Police).

Commander GEORGE FRANCIS HOLE, R.N. (Retired), (Harbour Master). Dr. ARTHUR ROBARTES WELLINGTON, (Director of Medical and Sanitary

Services).

Sir SHOUSON CHOW, Kt.

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Mr. JOHN OWEN HUGHES.

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Mr. CHARLES GORDON STEWART MACKIE.

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Mr. ROBERT HORMUS KOTEWALL, C.M.G., LL.D.

Mr. José PEDRO BRAGA.

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Mr. Ts'o SEEN-WAN, O.B.E., LL.D.

Mr. JOHN JOHNSTONE PATERSON.

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Mr. PAUL LAUDER.

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Mr. NORMAN LOCKHART SMITH, (Deputy Clerk of Councils).

ABSENT:

His Excellency the General Officer Commanding the Troops, (Major-General JAMES

WALTER SANDILANDS, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O.).

1. The Council met pursuant to adjournment. His Excellency the Governor

occupied the Chair.

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MINUTES.

2. The Minutes of the Meeting held on the 31st July, 1930, were confirmed.

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PAPERS.

3. The following papers were laid on the table :-

Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Post Office

Ordinance, 1926, on 18th July, 1930.

Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 37 (2) of the

Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, on 28th July, 1930.

Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 4 of the Tobacco

Ordinance, 1916, on 28th July, 1930.

Order made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Dogs Ordinance,

1927, on 30th July, 1930.

Rescission of the Order made by the Governor in Council under the Merchant

Shipping Ordinance, 1899, on 31st July, 1930.

Resolution made and passed by the Legislative Council on the 31st day of July, 1930, under the provisions of section 170 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903.

By-laws made under section 16 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance,

1903, on 31st July, 1930.

REPORT OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE.

4. The Colonial Secretary laid on the table the Report of the Finance Committee

(No. 9), dated the 31st July, 1930, and moved its adoption.

The Colonial Treasurer seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

MOTIONS.

5. Telephone Amendment Bill.-The second reading of this Bill was postponed.

6. Holidays Amendment Bill.-The Attorney General moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled "An Ordinance to amend the Holidays Ordinance, 1912.'

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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7. Sailors Home and Missions to Seamen Incorporation Bill.-The Hon. Mr. C. G. S. MACKIE moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled "An Ordinance to provide for the incorporation of the Sailors Home and Missions to Seamen."

The Hon. Mr. J. OWEN HUGHES seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a second time.

Council in Committee on the Bill.

On Council resuming, the Hon. Mr. C. G. S. MACKIE reported that the Bill had passed through Committee without amendment and moved that it be read a third time.

The Hon. Mr. J. OWEN HUGHES Seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a third time and passed.

ADJOURNMENT.

8. The Council then adjourned until Thursday, the 14th day of August, 1930.

Confirmed this 14th day of August, 1930

N. L. SMITH, Deputy Clerk of Councils.

W. PEEL,

Governor.

No. 505.-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. 9 of 1930.-An Ordinance to amend the Telephone Ordinance,

1925.

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7. Sailors Home and Missions to Seamen Incorporation Bill.-The Hon. Mr. C. G. S. MACKIE moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled "An Ordinance to provide for the incorporation of the Sailors Home and Missions to Seamen."

The Hon. Mr. J. OWEN HUGHES seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a second time.

Council in Committee on the Bill.

On Council resuming, the Hon. Mr. C. G. S. MACKIE reported that the Bill had passed through Committee without amendment and moved that it be read a third time.

The Hon. Mr. J. OWEN HUGHES Seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a third time and passed.

ADJOURNMENT.

8. The Council then adjourned until Thursday, the 14th day of August, 1930.

Confirmed this 14th day of August, 1930

N. L. SMITH, Deputy Clerk of Councils.

W. PEEL,

Governor.

No. 505.-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. 9 of 1930.-An Ordinance to amend the Telephone Ordinance,

1925.

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HONG KONG.

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No 9 of 1930.

I assent.

W. PEEL,

L.S.

Governor.

15th August, 1930.

An Ordinance to amend the Telephone Ordi-

nance, 1925.

[15th August, 1930.]

BE it enacted by the Governor of Hong Kong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:--

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Telephone Short title. Amendment Ordinance, 1930.

No. 9 of

2. Section 2 of the Telephone Ordinance, 1925, Amendment hereinafter called the principal Ordinance is amended of Ordinance by the insertion in the interpretation of the word 1925, s. 2.

Undertaking" immediately after the word "goods", in the first line thereof of the words "trunk line apparatus and cables".

No. 9 of 1925, s. 3.

3. Section 3 of the principal Ordinance is amended Amendment by the insertion immediately after the word "Colony of Ordinance in the fourth line of sub-section (1) of that section of the words "including trunk line telephonic communi- cation therein for communicating with places outside the Colony".

4. Section 33 of the principal Ordinance is Amendment amended by the insertion immediately after the word of Ordinance "charges" in the fourth line thereof of the words No. 9 of

1925, s. 33. "and of any other moneys due under this Ordinance from such person to the Company ".

5. The following new section is inserted immediately Insertion of after section 33 of the principal Ordinance :-

of company's telephony system with

new section 33A in Ordinance

Connection 33A. Whenever any system of wireless No.9 of 1925. telephony is established in the Colony, the company shall, if so requested by the Government, permit its system of telephony to be connected therewith on such terms as the Governor in Council, after discussion with the company, shall consider reason- able.

wireless telephony system.

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Insertion of

6. The following new sections are inserted immedi- new sections ately after section 34 of the principal Ordinance :--

34A and 34B in Ordinance No. 9 of 1925.

Amendment

of Ordinance

No. 9 of 1925, s. 35.

Amendment

of Ordinance

No. 9 of

1925, s. 37.

Amendment

Removal of lines and instruments on change of address.

Making of and charges and security for trunk calls.

34A. In the event of any subscriber having changed or being about to change his address and requiring his telephone or line to be removed from one place, office, or address to another or requiring the installation of a line and apparatus of a similar type at his new address then upon his notifying the Company of such his desire and upon payment of the charges in respect thereof set out in the Schedule the Company shall, subject to the pro- visions of section 33 carry out such re- moval or installation as aforesaid. In addition to the charges mentioned in this section and the rates of subscription men- tioned in section 34 the Company shall be entitled to charge its subscribers in respect of other services mentioned in the Schedule such charges as are therein set out.

34B. No subscriber shall be entitled to make trunk calls from his telephone unless he shall have first notified the Company in writing of such his desire and unless he shall have deposited and kept deposited such sum not exceeding twenty dollars as the Company may demand of him as se- curity for charges in respect of such trunk calls.

7. Section 35 of the principal Ordinance is amend- ed:---

(a) by the insertion at the end of the second line

of the words

", including the takings in respect of trunk line services,"

(b) by adding at the end of the section the

words :---

Provided always that nothing in this section shall be deemed to authorise the inclusion of accounts in respect of any trunk line service opened by the Com- pany without the written sanction of the Governor-in-Council or in respect of any trunk line service which in the opinion of the Governor-in-Council is not being managed, worked or con- ducted satisfactorily ".

8. Section 37 of the principal Ordinance is amended by the insertion immediately after the word "subscrip- tion" in the third line thereof of the words "and other charges".

9. Section 44 of the principal Ordinance is amended of Ordinance by substituting the words "telephone lines for the word "telephones" wherever that word occurs in the section.

No. 9 of

1925, s. 44.

Amendment

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10. Section 52 of the principal Ordinance is amended of Ordinance by inserting the figure (1)" at the commencement thereof and by adding the following sub-sections at the end thereof :-

No. 9 of

1925, s. 52.

Reservation

of Govern- ment; rights

in respect of undertaking

outside the Colony.

(2) Nothing herein contained shall be deemed to make it obligatory for the Government to take over or purchase any portion of the undertaking of the Company situate outside the Colony.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 15, 1930.

Limitation of (3) Nothing herein contained shall be

Company's rights, etc.,

construed as a grant by the Government

to the Colony. to the Company of any right, interest, benefit, privilege or franchise outside the Colony, or as entitling the Company to m ake any claim whatsoever against the Government in respect of any part of its undertaking outside the Colony.

11. The Schedule to the principal Ordinance repealed and the Schedule to this Ordinance substituted therefor.

is Repeal of is Schedule to

Ordinance No. 9 of 1925, and substitution of new Schedule.

Crown and

12. Nothing in this Ordinance shall affect or be Saving of deemed to affect the rights of His Majesty the King, rights of His Heirs or Successors, or of any bodies politic or of certain corporate, or other persons except such as are men- other rights. tioned in this Ordinance and those claiming by, from or under them.

Passed the Legislative Council of Hong Kong, this 14th day of August, 1930.

N. L. SMITH,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

SCHEDULE.

A. The following annual rates (payable quarterly in advance) shall be paid by subscribers :--

i $117 per exchange line within (i) Victoria and Kowloon, as defined by the Inter- pretation Ordinance, 1911, and (ii) with- in the Peak District, as defined by the Peak District Reservation Ordinance, 1904, but substituting "700 feet "788 feet ".

for

$117 per exchange line within a radius of one mile from any exchange that may hereafter be opened outside the areas referred to in i.

An additional charge of $50 per mile or part of a mile measured outwards from the nearest point of the boundary of the areas referred to in i and ii.

ie $1 per indicator on a private branch-

exchange switchboard.

$81 per power-circuit to a private branch-

exchange switchboard.

ei $6 per single switch.

$30 per internal extension.

viii $40 per external extension of* 50 yards.

ie $50

C $60

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100

200 ""

*

"

"External extension' means a connection completed extern- ally between a main exchange line telephone or private branch exchange and a point situated in another building from a main line instrument or private branch exchange; the term 'external exten- sion' includes the internal wiring and lightning protector connecting to the external wiring at the main office, the external line (which may be cable or open wires or both) between the main and extension offices, also the lightning protector, internal wiring and extension telephone at the extension or sub-office end of the line.

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ai $70 per external extension of 300 yards.

vii $80

el $90

59

400

600

air $100

$140

rri $180

crii $200

areil $220

air $240

R

$250

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1 mile.

1.5 mile.

2 miles.

2.5 miles.

3 miles.

3.5 miles.

4 miles.

$6 per extension bell, small.

xxi $12

xxi

large.

$12 per indicator and bell.

xxiv $12 per portable telephone for ship's use.

XXV

$6 per watertight plug and socket.

xxei For the provision and installation of every Hand Micro Telephone $12.00 per tele- phone.

In the event of any subscriber desiring such Hand Micro Telephone installed in a position different from that of his existing instrument the subscriber shall in addition pay for such change of posi- tion according to the scale of removal charges contained in this Schedule.

xxvii For the provision and installation of every additional automatic dial $6.00 per dial. xxvii For other services or apparatus of the like

nature at such annual rates

as the Governor-in-Council may approve.

B. The following charges shall be paid by subscri- hers for the removal of telephone lines and apparatus to (or the installations of lines and apparatus of a similar type at) new positions.

i

7'

For removal of single telephone lines and a single telephone from one place to another in the same building $5.00 per instrument.

For removal of single telephone lines and a single telephone from one building to another $12.00 per instrument.

For removal of Internal extensions either from one place to another in the same building or from one building to another $5 per extension,

For removal of External extensions from one place to another in the same build- ing $5 per extension.

For removal of External extensions from one building to another $12 per exten- sion.

ri For removal of extension bells extension switches and sockets either from one place to another in the same building or from one building to another $5 per extension.

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For removal of private Branch exchange switch-boards either from one place to another in the building or from one building to another and all other remo- vals not specifically mentioned herein such sum calculated according to the work necessary as may be agreed upon between the subscriber and the Com-

pany.

C. The following charges shall be paid by subscri- bers for other services performed by the Company.

i

ii

For every trunk call between Hong Kong and Canton of three minutes or part of three minutes duration $2 and for every additional three minutes or part of three minutes $2.

For all other services of whatsoever nature or kind performed by the Company such charges as the Governor in Council shall from time to time approve.

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NOTICES.

No. 506.

   Order under section 92 (8) of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, Ordinance No. 1 of 1903, made by the Governor on the 15th day of August, 1930.

   WHEREAS I, Sir WILLIAM PEEL, Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Companion of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hong Kong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same, deem it expedient for the execution of a public purpose to remove all graves in that portion of Tung Wah Hospital Cemetery at Kai Lung Wan shewn on a plan referred to in Government Notification No. 89 of 7th February, 1930, NOW, I by this Order under my hand by virtue of the power in that behalf vested in me by section 92 (8) of the Public Health and Buildings Ordi- nance, 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 Wah 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 Department and the Board of Direction of the Tung Wah 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 15th day of August, 1930.

J

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GOVERNMENT HOUSE,

HONG KONG.

W. PEEL,

Governor.

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For removal of private Branch exchange switch-boards either from one place to another in the building or from one building to another and all other remo- vals not specifically mentioned herein such sum calculated according to the work necessary as may be agreed upon between the subscriber and the Com-

pany.

C. The following charges shall be paid by subscri- bers for other services performed by the Company.

i

ii

For every trunk call between Hong Kong and Canton of three minutes or part of three minutes duration $2 and for every additional three minutes or part of three minutes $2.

For all other services of whatsoever nature or kind performed by the Company such charges as the Governor in Council shall from time to time approve.

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NOTICES.

No. 506.

   Order under section 92 (8) of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, Ordinance No. 1 of 1903, made by the Governor on the 15th day of August, 1930.

   WHEREAS I, Sir WILLIAM PEEL, Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Companion of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hong Kong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same, deem it expedient for the execution of a public purpose to remove all graves in that portion of Tung Wah Hospital Cemetery at Kai Lung Wan shewn on a plan referred to in Government Notification No. 89 of 7th February, 1930, NOW, I by this Order under my hand by virtue of the power in that behalf vested in me by section 92 (8) of the Public Health and Buildings Ordi- nance, 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 Wah 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 Department and the Board of Direction of the Tung Wah 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 15th day of August, 1930.

J

A

GOVERNMENT HOUSE,

HONG KONG.

W. PEEL,

Governor.

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No. 507.

Order under section 92 (S) of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, Ordinance No. 1 of 1903, made by the Governor on the 15th day of August, 1930.

WHEREAS I, Sir WILLIAM PEEL. Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Companion of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hong Kong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same, deem it expedient for the execution of a public purpose to remove all graves in those portions of Sections A and C in Chai Wan Cemetery shewn on a plan referred to in Government Notification No. 86 of 7th February, 1930, NOW, I, by this Order under my hand, by virtue of the power in that behalf vested in me by section 92 (8) of the Public Health and Build- ings 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 Wah 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 Department and the Board of Direction of the Tung Wah Hospital shall think it 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 15th day of August, 1930,

W. PEEL,

Governor.

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GOVERNMENT HOUSE,

HoNG RoNG

No. 508.

Order under section 92 (8) of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, Ordinance No. 1 of 1903, made by the Governor on the 15th day of August, 1930.

WHEREAS I, Sir WILLIAM PEEL, Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Companion of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hong Kong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same, deem it expedient for the execution of a public purpose to remove all graves in those portions of Sections A, C and Plague Trenches in Kai Lung Wan East Cemetery shewn on a plan referred to in Government Notification No. S8 of 7th February, 1930, NOW, I by this Order under my hand by virtue of the power in that behalf vested in me by section 92 (8) 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 Wah 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 Wah 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 15th day of August, 1930.

GOVERNMENT HOUSE,

HONG KONG.

W. PEEL,

Governor.

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No. 509.

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Order under section 92 (S) of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, Ordinance No. 1 of 1903, made by the Governor on the 15th day of August, 1930.

WHEREAS I, Sir WILLIAM PEEL, Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Companion of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hong Kong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same, deem it expedient for a public purpose, namely, for work in connection with the Cheung Sha Wan dump, to order the removal of an urn on the hillside in close proximity to New Kowloon Inland Lot No. 1130, NOW, I by this Order under my hand by virtue of the power in that behalf vested in me by section 92 (8) of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, and all other powers thereto me enabling DO HEREBY ORDER AND DIRECT that the said urn be removed to the satisfaction of the Director of Public Works either by the Public Works Department or by the Tung Wah Hospital should the Board of Direction desire to undertake the work and that the remains removed from such urn shall be re-interred or disposed of in such manner as the Secretary for Chinese Affairs in con- sultation with the Head of the Sanitary Department and the Board of Direction of the Tung Wah 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 15th day of August, 1930.

GOVERNMENT HOUSE,

HoNG RoNe

W. PEEL,

Governor.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 510.-It is hereby notified that the undermentioned roads or streets are to be known for the future by the name indicated against them :

DESCRIPTION OR PRESENT STREET NAME.

FUTURE NAME.

CHINESE VERSION.

Tin Liu Street commencing at the Taipe Road near its junction with Maple Street, and running in a North-westerly direc- tion, terminating at its junction with the Castle Peak Road 100 feet South-west of i N.K.I.L. 1175

Om Yau Street commencing at the Taipo Road 500 feet South of its junction with Fuk Wing Street, and running in a North-westerly direction parallel to Fuk Wing Street, terminating at the Castle Peak Road 250 feet South-west of its junction with Fuk Wing Street

15th August, 1930.

Fuk Wing Street.

福榮街

Fuk Wa Street.

福華街

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

424

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 15, 1930.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

To the Owners of Survey District IV Lots Nos. 1935, 1937, 1939, 1941, 1953, 1954, 1959, 1981, 1985 and 2008.

No. 511.-It is hereby notified under section 4 of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, Ordinance No. 10 of 1900, that His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to nominate Mr. ARTHUR GEORGE WARNHAM TICKLE, to be a member of the Board of Arbitrators to determine the amounts of compensation to be paid in respect of the resumption of Survey District IV Lots Nos. 1935, 1937, 1939, 1944, 1953, 1954, 1959, 1981, 1985 and 2008.

   In the event of your failing to nominate a member to represent you on the said Board within seven days from the date of publication of this notice the Chairman of the Board will appoint a person on your behalf.

15th August, 1930.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

THE CROWN LANDS RESUMPTION ORDINANCE, 1900.

   No. 512.-It is hereby notified, pursuant to section 16 (2) of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, that an award has been made of $152.45, as compensation in respect of the resumption of Survey District II Lot No. 365, and, as against the parties claiming compensation, of $50 as remuneration to the member of the Board nominated by the Chairman on behalf of the former owners, and that the District Officer, South, a Government Officer, is hereby appointed to pay the compensation so awarded, together with interest thereon as prescribed by the said Ordinance, at his office, and during Government office hours between II o'clock in the forenoon of Friday, the 29th day of August, 1920, and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Friday, the 29th day of August, 1930. If no claim be made for the compensation money at the place, and within the time appointed the officer appointed as above will cause such money to be paid into the Treasury, and the provisions of section 16 (5) and (6) of the said Ordinance as to claims within five years, or transfer, thereafter, to the general revenue of the Colony, as the case may be, will apply to the said money.

9th August, 1930.

HAROLD T. CREASY,

Director of Public Works.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 15, 1930.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY

425

   No. 513.-Extract of Meteorological Observations made at the Royal Observatory, Hong Kong, during the month of July, 1930.

BARO-

METER

TEMPERATURE.

HUMIDITY.

DATE.

AT

M.S.L.

Max. Mean. Min.

Rel.

Abs.

CLOUDINESS.

SUNSHINE.

WIND.

RAIN.

Mean Mean

Dir.

Vel.

Miles

July

ius.

p. e.

ins.

p. c.

hrs.

ins.

Points.

p.h.

29.58

92.9

84.4

76.0

75

088

52

10.7

0.925

NE

10.5

i

.56

89.2

82.9 78.6

82

.91

62

S.1

0.510

SW by W

3.2

.60

87.9

83.3

79.9 84

95

87

c.7

W

4.9

.60

88.2

82.2 84.7

82

.97

99

0.9

0.645

SW

9.8

5.

.63

89.0

84.0

81.0

So

.93

75

8.6

0.070

S by W

6.6

6.

.69

85.8

82.1

78.7

83

.90

89

4.9

0.595

E

8.8

.70

85.4

82.2

78.4 83

.90

92

5.8

0.660

E by S

194

8

.70

86.5

83.4

80.1

SI

.92

80

11.5

0.175

E

257

9,

.67

87.0

76.6 83.2

79

.89

65

9.3

0.345

E by N

16.6

10,

.65

86.0 82.6

79.3 83

.92

83

8.8

0.135

ENE

21.5

11,

.61

87.3

83.1

78.7

.92

60

10.6

0.265

E by S

12.1

58

87.8 83.1

79.2

79

.89

40

9.8

WSW

4.4

13.

·58

89.3

84.5

80.9

78

.92 56

11.9

SW by W

8.6

14.

53

86.6

82.2

83 79.1

15,

-48

85.6

81.2

78.5

хо

.91 94

2.0

1.615

S by E

8.0

85

.91

96

2.5

1.265

SE

12.6

16,

45

83-5 80.6

77.2

87

.91

99

O. I

3.660

S by E

15.7

17.

45

838

81.1 78.8

85

18,

.52

84.5

80.2

77.1

19,

.61

82.6 79.9

88 76.3

00 00

88

in 00

.90

98

0.6

1.675

SSW

13.9

.91

98

I.C

1.335

S by W

9.2

.90 100

3.560

S

10.0

20,

.74

84.8 81.2 77.9 87

.93 100

3

1.570

S by E

8.8

21,

.83 88.1 82.8 78.3

.92

36

10.3

SSE

4.9

22,

.78

89.0

83.1

78.5

80

.90

22

I 1.2

W

2.7

23.

.70

89.7

83.8

80.0 82

.94

56

9.3

E

10 5

24,

.51

83.5 78.9

75.4

87

.86

99

1.0

5.830

ENE

36.8

25,

.72

83.1

79.5

74.0

89

.90

99

0.4

3.375

S

14.0

26,

.75

86.1

81.3

78.0 85

.91

60

9.2

0.025

SSE

5.3

27,

.69

87.8

81.9 77.1 83

.89

49

9.0

W

4.8

28,

.62

87.9

83.1 79.2

.91

71

7.1

WSW

12.2

29,

.55

88.9

83.8 81.2

81

.93

88

4.7

...

SW by W

14.3

30.

.52

84.6

81.9

79.1

84

.91

89

2.8

31,

•45

87.4

81.5

79.0

87

.93

100

2.I

0.250 0.540

SW by W

17.2.

SW

14.7

Mean,...

29.61

86.8 82.3

78.5

83 0.91

78

175

29.025 SE by S

11.9

MEANS AND EXTREMES FOR JULY:-

 Maximum, Normals,

29.82

29.72

86.8

Minimum,

88.7 83.6 79.9 85 82.0 78.4 83 29.61 84.2 80.1

76.0

0.92

0.90

80 68

282.8

39.975

212.3 14.902

14.3

SE

10.9

79 0.87 48 130.6 4.575

7.2

   The rainfall for the month of July at the Botanical Gardens was 31ins. 51 on 24 days, at the Matilda Hospital, Mount Kellett, it was 26ins. 30 on 12 days, at Fanling, it was 28ins. 63 on 16 days, at the Royal Naval Hospital, Hong Kong, it was 25ins. 89 on 20 days, and at the Police Station, Taipo, it was 24ins. 57 on 20 days.

The lowest reading of the barometer (M.S.L.) was 29ins. 287 at 17h. 30m. on the 24th.

The maximum gust velocity, as recorded by the Dines-Baxendell anemograph, was at the rate of 83 miles per hour at 21h. 23m. on the 24th.

T F. CLAXTON,

Director.

14th August, 1930.

DRY SEASON.

WET SEASON.

SEASON.

No. 514.

Table XLI.

(Mr. Chadwick's Report of 10th April, 1902, paragraphs 25 and 26.)

CITY OF VICTORIA AND HILL DISTRICT WATERWORKS.

Details of Contents of Reservoirs, arranged according to the Rain Year 1929-1930. Figures are in Millions of Gallons to two places of decimals.

TAITAM INTERMEDIATE AND TYTAM TUK.

CONSUMPTION.

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

MONTH,

POKFULUM.

TAITAM.

WONG-NEI-CHONG.

Main.

Bye

wash.

Inter-

mediate.

Tytam

Tuk.

In Re-

De-

servoir livered

1st of Month. Gauges.

over

In Re-

servoir

In Re-

servoir

1st of

1st of

De-

livered

over 6'0"

Gauge.

In Re-

servoir

1st of

De-

livered

In Re-

over

servoir

In Re-

servoir

і

Pumped

into

Gauge

Month. Gauges.

1st of

1st of

Basin.

Month.

Month.

Month.

Month.

Total Contents of

Impounding Reservoirs

1st of Month.

Wong-nei-chong 10" intake.

Balance due to Streams leakage, etc.

*From

Island Reservoirs (Filtered.)

mainland.

From

(Filtered).

Total

Unfiltered

supplies.

Grand

Total.

REMARKS.

Constant Supply in all Rider Rainfall. Main Districts throughout the year with the following exceptions:---

May

4.42

6.47 173.70

.70

126.95

.66

53.80

79.50

108.48

312.78

1.80

+3.99

139.21

139.21

2.32

141.53

6.620

June

4.42

2.79

176.80

.11 95.10

.68

10.02

43 42

49.27

235.45

1.51

+5.95

105.35

105.35

11.90

117.25

4.195

July

5.92

22.36

141.14

.53

47.87

.80

12.43

3.52

16.68

7.06

168.59

8.03 +15.99

106.68

106.68

19.22

125.90

22.700

Aug.

66.00 61.67 384.80

Sept.

Oct.

63.26 27.10

Nov.

53.26

7.84

333.15

322.85

22.37 45.34 62.14 48.79 384.80 22.37 154.86 4.02 207.84

29.81 34.68 154.42

383.00

1,040.40

18.44

-+29.52

189.65

189.65

1.66

191.31

2.11 205.28

16.20

25.19 16.21 195.90 1,128.75

17.95 195,90 1,274.92 195,90 1,121.75 183.25

1,819.15 Į

12.05

+6.63

238.54

238.54

1.77

20.020

240.31 10.795

1,889.20 167.25

7.71

+1.46

244.11

244.11

2.71

246.82

.140

1,712.07

5.50

-- 6.30

212.32

212.32

2.83

215.15

1.375

Dec.

49.98

8.38 307.44

2.68 201.42

13.27

194.02

942.01 188.92

1,509.40

4.29

- 3.45

210.64

210.64

3.05

213.69

.420

Jan.

42.38 10.79

295.90

3.03 196.90 10.55

192.65

757.42 191.09

1,301,93

3.53

.54

211.76

211.76

2.60

214.36 2.275

Feb.

Mar.

34.68

9.31 286.96

.42 179.89

8.47

101.13

670.01 172.38

1,101.67 2.65

-7.66

184.19

184.19

2.64

27.24

9.97 279.30

1.03 191.09

6.69

53.14

April

29.00

17.13 272.35

1.67 154.34

5.98

14.50

553.75 177.76

437.60 105.06

921.15

2.79

- 1.14

202.71

13.30

216.01

761.10

2.43

+1.79

175.69

69.88

245.57

2.29

2.52

186.83 1.380

218.30 7.230

248.09 2.100

TOTAL..

232.60

1,806.88

*Note.--SOUrces of unfilterĘD SUPPLIEs are blue poOL. .2.37

63.32

1,350.52

70.73

+47,32

2,220.85 83.18

2,304.03 55,51

2,359.54 79.250

MINT DAM

.0.20

POKFULUM CONDUIT AND DAIRY FARM INTAKE. Tsun Wan. .13.98.

22.69

Steamers, &c.

BOWEN ROAD CONDUIT.

.13.44.

2.83.

The above filtered water total includes 8.64 million gallons from Taikoo Refinery Supply and 31.43 million gallons from Lai Chi Kok.

Estimated population for whole year.

.437,720.

Consumption per head per day for whole year

144 (including Trade Supply).

13th August, 1929.

The Tytam Tuk Pumps worked for various periods from 1st May to 30th April inclusive: a total of 265 days.

HAROLD T. CREASY,

Water Authority.

Constant Supply by public street fountains in all Rider Main Dis- tricts in the following periods :--- Street Fountain Supply.

1st May to 27th May

12 hours supply (6 a.m. to 6 p.m.). Principal Mains closed 6 p.m. to 6 a.m.

28th May to 17th June:-

7 hours supply 6 to 10 a.m. and 3 to 6 p.m.

18th to 24th June:--

5 hours supply 6 to 9 a.m. and 3.30 to 6 p.m.

25th June to 1st July:

5 hours supply 5 to 8 a.m. and 6 to 8.30 p.m.

2nd to 22nd July :-

4 hours supply 6 to 8 a.m and 6 to 8 pm.

23rd July to 7th August:

12 hours fountain supply 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

House Supply.

8th to 18th August :-

2 hours house supply in all Rider Main Districts (Prin- cipal Mains closed from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m.).

19th August to 8th September:-- 12 hours house supply in all Rider Main Districts (Prin- cipal Mains closed at night). 9th September to 12th Nov. :- 15 hours supply in all Rider Main Districts 6 a.m. to 9

p.m. (Principal Mains closed at night).

13th November to 28th January, 1930, 1st Feb. to 30th April:

--

12 hours supply in all Rider Main Districts 6 a.m. to 6

p.m. (Principai Mains closed 6 p.m. to 6 a.m.) with the exception of the area North of Queen's Road between Murray Road and Eastern Street where a 24 hours supply was maintained from 7th to 30th April.

J

t

426

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 15, 1930.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 15, 1930. 427

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. 515.-It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Crown on Wongneichung Inland Lot No. 95 has been registered according to law.

9th August, 1930.

PHILIP JACKS,

Land Officer.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

   No. 516.-It is hereby notified for general information that the Cancellation of the Memorial of Re-entry on Aplichau Marine Lot No. 27 has been registered according to law.

12th August, 1930.

PHILIP JACKS,

Land Officer.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

   No. 517.--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 16th September, 1930, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before that date:-

Number of Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietors.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

File No.

No. 114 of 1916.

14th August, 1930.

Jehangir Hormusjee Ruttonjee, No. 12, Queen's Road Central, Victoria, Hong Kong.

14th August, 1930.

125 of 1930.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks.

430

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 22, 1930.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

Hong Kong.

No. 518.

Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Vehicles and Traffic Regulation Ordinance, 1912, Ordinance No. 40 of 1912, on the 18th day of August, 1930.

The Traffic Regulations set forth on pages 617-655 of the Regulations of Hong Kong, 1844-1925, are hereby further amended by the rescission of regulation 75A and the substitution therefor of the following regulation :---

75A. The driver of a vehicle shall not allow such vehicle to remain in the portion of Shaukiwan Road between Causeway Bay Road and Bay View Police Station for a longer time than is necessary for enabling persons to enter or alight from such vehicle.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

18th August, 1930.

Note.--The rescinded regulation appeared in G.N. 218 in the Gazette of 11th April, 1980; it prohibited the bringing of a vehicle or tramcar to a stop in the portion of Shaukiwan Road referred to in the new regulation, except where necessary to enable the vehicle to leave or enter premises fronting on the said portion of Shaukiwan Road; it further prohibited the overtaking by a vehicle or tramcar of any motor vehicle or tramear upon such portion of Shaukiwan Road.

No. 519

Hong Kong.

Regulation made by the Governor in Council under section 12 of the Female Domestic Service Ordinance, 1923, Ordinance No. 1 of 1923, on the 18th day of August, 1930.

Regulation 5 of the regulations made by the Governor in Council under the Female Domestic Service Ordinance, 1923, and set forth in Government Notification No. 568 of 1929, is hereby amended by the insertion, in paragraph (2), of "or at the Tung Wa Hospital, or at the Kwong Wa Hospital,", next after "or at any police station,".

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

18th August, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils,

Note. The effect of the amendment is to provide two additional places at which report may be made by the employer, who produces the prescribed identification ticket, upon :-

(a) the death of the mui-tsai ;

(b) the disappearance of the mui-tsai

;

(c) any intended removal of the mui-tsai from the Colony whether temporarily or

permanently;

(d) any change of address of the mui-tsai or of the employer;

(e) the intended marriage of the mui-tsai.

If no identification ticket is produced any such report must be made at the office of the Secretary for Chinese Affairs.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 22, 1930. 431

APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

No. 520.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to make the following promotions in the Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps to date from 18th August, 1930:-

Company Sergeant-Major JoHN HENRY LAWRENCE to be Second Lieutenant. Company Quartermaster Sergeant JOSÉ VICTOR VIEIRA DOS REMEDIOS to be

Second Lieutenant.

Sergeant HENRY JOSEPH SILVA to be Second Lieutenant.

22nd August, 1930.

No. 521.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. JOHN HEYWOOD GELLING to act as Secretary to the Sanitary Board, with effect from the 21st August, 1930, until further notice.

22nd August, 1930.

NOTICES.

No. 522.

Order under section 92 (8) of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 103, Ordinance No. 1 of 1903, made by the Governor on the 20th day of August, 1930.

WHEREAS I, Sir WILLIAM PEEL, Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Companion of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hong Kong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same, deem it expedient for the execution of a public purpose to remove all graves in those portions of Section A and Trenches in Ho Mun Tin Cemetery in which bodies were buried during the years 1922 and 1923, NOW, I by this Order under my hand by virtue of the power in that behalf vested in me by section 92 (8) 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 Wah 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 con- sultation with the Head of the Sanitary Department and the Board of Direction of the Tung Wah 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 20th day of August, 1930.

GOVERNMENT HOUSE,

HONG KONG.

W. PEEL,

Governor.

432

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 22, 1930.

ASSESSOR'S OFFICE.

No. 523.-The following alterations in house numbers are hereby notified.

OLD NUMBERS.

舊門牌

NEW NUMBERS.

新門牌

CANAL ROAD WEST.

堅拿道西

Here is Wanchai Road, then Sharp Street West.

REMARKS.

9 A

九號A

10

十號

I.L. 1371.

9 B

九號B

11

十一號

23

""

10 & 11

十號及十一號

12

十二號

1371 S.A. & R.P.

**

13

""

十三號

75

14

25

""

""

"

十四號

>>

"

15

十五號

""

16

十六號

29

"

97

12, 13 & 14

十二、十三及

17

十七號

1510 R.P.

十四號

15 & 16

十五及十六號

18

十八號

S.B.

17

十七號

19

十九號

S.A.

99

Here is Lane to Bowrington Road.

18

十八號

20

二十號

| I.L. 1508 (Yard).

18th August, 1930.

C. McI. MESser,

Treasurer and Assessor of Rates.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

   No. 524.-It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Crown on Inland Lot No. 2679 has been registered according to law.

18th August, 1930.

PHILIP JACKS,

Land Officer.

DISTRICT OFFICE, TAI PO.

   No. 525.-It is hereby notified for general information that the Cancellation of the Memorial of Re-entry by the Crown on the following Lot Nos. in the Northern District of the New Territories has been registered according to law :-

Demarcation District No. 121 Lots Nos. 352C, 353, 355, 357C, 159, 350C, 356

and 358C.

18th August, 1930.

E. I. WYNNE-Jones,

District Officer, North.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 22, 1930. 433

SUPREME COURT.

   No. 526.-It is hereby notified that the name of The MING YUEN RECREATION GARDEN WING FAT COMPANY, LIMITED, has been struck off the Register.

4

22nd August, 1930.

C. D. MELBOURNE,

Registrar of Companies.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

   No. 527.-It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909 :-

Number of

Marks.

Date of Registration.

Names and Addresses of Owners.

Period of Renewal.

Classes in which renewed.

File Nos.

No. 114 of 1916.

14th August, 1916.

Nos. 131, 132 and 133 of 1917.

19th August, 1916.

21st August, 1930.

Jehangir Hormusjee Ruttonjee, No. 12, Queen's Road Central, Victoria, Hong Kong.

A. B. Moulder and Company, Limited, of No. 12, Des Vœux Road Central, Victoria, Hong Kong.

14th August, 1944,

43

125 of 1930.

19th August, 1944.

24

126 of 1930.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 528.-It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909 :--

Number

of

Marks.

Date of Registration.

Names and Addresses of Owners.

Period of Renewal.

Classes in which renewed.

File Nos.

No. 43 of 1902. 20th August,

1902.

Jardine, Matheson & Co., Victoria, Hong Kong.

20th August, 1944.

42

127 of 1930.

Nos. 15611 and 156 of 1888.

20th August, 1888.

British-America Tobacco

Company, Limited, Westminster House, 7, Millbank, London,

S. W. England.

Do.

45

1

116 of 1930.

į

21st August, 1930.

E. P. H. LANG, Registrar of Trade Marks.

434

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 22, 1930.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF PATENTS.

  No. 529.-Notice is hereby given that the following United Kingdom Patent has been registered under the provisions of the United Kingdom Patents Ordinance, 1925:-

No. and date of grant.

Date as of which sealed.

Present owner.

Nature of invention.

Date of registration.

No. 311,856 16th August, 1929.

5th March,

1928.

The Kiwi Polish Company Proprietary, Limited, a Company registered un- der the laws of the State of Victoria and carrying on business at Ramsay House, Burnley Street, Richmond, in the State of Victoria, Common- wealth of Australia.

Improvements in Cylin- drical Sheet Metal Containers.

21st August,

1930.

21s August, 1930.

E. P. H. LANG,

Registrar of Patents

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF PATENTS.

  No. 530. Notice is hereby given that the following United Kingdom Patents have been registered under the provisions of the United Kingdom Patents Ordinance, 1925:-

+

No. and date of grant.

Date as of which sealed.

Present owner.

Nature of Invention.

Date of Registration.

2

No. 232,100 2nd July,

1925.

25th August,

1924.

a

National Carbon Company

Inc..

corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of New York, of 30, East 42nd Street, City, County and State of New York, U.S.A.

Do.

Electrical Switch Mechanism.

20th August, 1930.

No. 243,672 25th March, 1926.

1st December, 1924.

No. 243,673 1st April,

Do.

Do.

1926.

21st August, 1930.

Improvements in Elec- tric Flashlights.

Do.

Do.

Do.

E. P. H. LANG,

Registrar of Patents.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 22, 1930. 435

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. 531.-It is hereby notified for general information that the Cancellation of the Memorial of Re-entry on Inland Lot No. 2539 has been registered according to law.

22nd August, 1930.

PHILIP JACKS,

Land Officer.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

No. 532.-The following addition to the Register of Chemists and Druggists published in Government Notification No. 675 of 27th December, 1929, pursuant to section 4 of the Pharmacy and Poisons Ordinance, 1916, Ordinance No. 9 of 1916, is published for general information :----

Name.

Address.

Webber, Roy Wyndham. Messrs. A. S. Watson & Co., Ltd

16th August, 1930.

Title or Qualification

Chemist and Druggist.

A. R. WELLINGTON,

Director of Medical and Sanitary Services.

438

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 29, 1930.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 533.

Hong Kong.

   Regulation made by the Governor in Council under sections 25 (4), 33 (2) and 42 of the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, Ordinance No. 10 of 1849, on the 27th day of August, 1930.

Table M in the Schedule to the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, is hereby further amended as follows:-

(a) by the insertion, under sub-heading "(1A).-Movement of vessels and embarkation of cargo and passengers, &c." and next after regulation 7D, of the following regulation

7E. The master of any vessel which has been boarded or entered by the Inspector General of Police or by any police officer pursuant to section 30 of the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, shall, at the request of the Inspector General of Police or of such police officer, hoist signal flag "S" over the code pennant. While such flag and pennant are hoisted no craft, and no person, other than the Health Officer, as defined in regulation 1 of the Quaran- tine Regulations in Table L, or persons in his boat, shall board or enter, or approach within thirty yards of the vessel.

(b) by the substitution, in regulation 18, of "008° 14'" for "183° 14'" in the description of the eastern boundary of the Aberdeen cable ground, and by the substitution, in the same regulation, of "000° 25'" for "180° 25'" in the description of the western boundary of the said cable ground.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

27th August, 1930.

D. W. TRATMAN,

Clerk of Councils.

NOTE :-The amendments to regulation 18 are merely a reversal of the direction of the bearings and do not cause the actual boundaries of the Aberdeen cable ground to be altered.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

No. 534. His Majesty the KING has not been advised to exercise his power of d sallowance with respect to the following Ordinance :--

Ordinance No. 31 of 1929.-An Ordinance to amend further the Companies

Ordinance, 1911.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

27th August, 1930.

N. L. SMITH, Deputy Clerk of Councils.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 29, 1930. 439

APPOINTMENTS,

&c.

No. 535.-His Excellency the Governer has been pleased to appoint Mr. HAROLD KENNARD HOLMES, C.B.E., to be a Director of the Widows' and Orphans' Pensions, vice His Honour Sir JOSEPH HORSFORD KEMP, Kt., C.B.E., K.C.

28th August, 1980.

No. 536.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to accept the resignation by Major CHRISTOPHER WILLSON, O.B.E., V.D., of his Commission in the Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps, with effect from 18th August, 1930.

29th August, 1930.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

To the Owners of Kowloon Inland Lots Nos. 806 and 807.

No.537.-It is hereby notified that the Governor in Council having decided that the resumption of the properties registered in the Land Office as Kowloon Inland Lots Nos. 80;and 807 are required for a public purpose and in the opinion of the Governor private negotiations for the purchase thereof having failed, the said properties and all rights, easements and appurtenances thereto belonging or appertaining will be resumed by the Crown on the expiration of four months from the pubiication of this notice, and thereupon such compensation in respect of such resumption will be paid as may be awarded in the manner provided by the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900.

29th August, 1930.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Colonial Secretary.

布第

諭知事現奉

布政司夏

第五百三十七號

回至如何補置則按一千九百年收 期滿該地及一切權利卽由政府收 知該業主由諭知之日起限四個月 意其終難成議仰該司卽行出示諗 向該業主磋商購回迄未允願本督 政局議定將其收回並以政府名義 地段現因舉辦公益經本督會同議 地段第八百零六號及八百零七號 督憲令開在田土廳註册之九龍内

該回

千卽起卽

【公地則例辦理等因奉此合行諭

主地

卽則

照理

飭業主卽便遵照毋違特諭

號及八百零七號地段業主 右諭九龍内地段第八百零六

一千九百三十年

行年府個

諭收收月

二十九日

440

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 29, 1930.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

   No. 538. -His Excellency the Governor has been please, under section 3 (2) of the Vaccination Ordinance, 1923, Ordinance No. 12 of 1923, to authorise the following

persons to perform vaccinations:-

St. John Ambulance Association.

District Superintendent

A. Morris.

Corps Superintendent

Corps Secretary

Szeto Chung

Wong Kam Cheung

Y. M. C. A. Division.

T. K. Chak.

Mrs. R. Langley.

徒宗

|

Chan Wang Fat ...

Cheung Ho Chee...

Lam Sing U

Chan Yiu Ü

Li Wai Hon

Cheung Yan Shung

Tsang Po Kai

Chan King

Ho Keng Po

Chan Sui Luen

Lau Shiu Chuen

Ng Ying Choi

Chui Huen Tun

Cheung Yau Chee

Leung Wai Man ..

Chan Yi Shan

Chan Fook On

Au Yü Sun ...

Cheung Fook Yuen

Shin Chun Gay

Tam Hok Nin Mui Chau Fan

Ho Chak Lam Chü Kam Wing So Ping Yin... Tang Han Choi ... Au Kwong Yü

Au Yik Sang

Ng Kim Hung

Kong Kam Yuen...

Sham Yan Lim

Kong Wai Man

Wong Yun Lin

Kwok Yee Wan

Lo Wan Sang

Li Yuk Ping

Li Wai Kwan

Yam Kit Ching

Chin Tak Yun

Chan Yui Kit

Y. W. C. A. Division.

:

徒錦宏浩星 維思播 鏡瑞少英衍祐偉雨福頤福鎭鶴秋澤錦秉 司黃陳蔣林 陳李張曾陳何陳劉吳崔張梁陳陳區 張冼譚梅何朱蘇鄧區區吳江 宗祥法特如 瑜漢崇楷敬波麟川才端之民珊安孫緣基年繁霖榮賢才譽生雄源 EERS

沈欣廉 江惠

黃潤

郭綺

羅幻生

李玉

李惠

任潔

廉民蓮雲生冰君貞潤潔

錢德潤

陳銳

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 29, 1930. 441

Chinese Y.M.C.A. Division, Kowloon.

0

Wong Shu Wah ...

Wong Po Lam

Lai Se Kit

...

Chan Sick Tim

Kwok Man Keung

Tang Kwok Fai ...

Ho Yun Kwan

Ho Sai Mun.....

Ho Nei Him...

...

Victoria Nursing Division.

汪樹

黎仕

陳錫

郭戋

鄧國

華傑添强輝坤門謝

何西門

何乃謙

Lilian E. Heang.

Delminda L. Lopes.

霍錦容

霍陳洪郭李李

Division Superintendent

Ambulance Officer

Fok Kum Yung

Chan King Sim Hung Lai Kwan Kwok Siu Ying

Lee Sau Fong

...

...

Lee Tun Yung

錦瓊勵 筱秀端

容嬋坤英芳容

根源

秉凱秀伯根玉沃瑞成志賢景景勝禮 潤福作純 忠旋平通源賢梅生績燊漢光明溪達春民賢南敏燊才倫堅光恩標雄蘇華峑 澤礎品 汝達文毓

潘封陳丘李陳鍾梁黃陳謝袁袁許張鄧容朱何李譚譚羅李郭郭黎林歐廖李

容潤

朱福

何作

King's College Divisions.

Division Superintendent Pun Ping Chung.......

Fung Hoi Shun .....

Chan Sau Ping

Yau Pak Tung Li Kan Yuen Chan Yuk In

Chung Yuk Mui

...

...

Division Superintendent Leung Sui Sang

Wong Shing Tsik

Chan Chi San

Tse Yin Hon

Un King Kwong... Un King Ming Hui Shing Kai Cheung Lai Tat

Tang Chuen...

Yung Yun Man ...

Chu Fook Yin

Ho Chok Nam

Li Shun Mun

Tam Sun

Tam Choi

...

Law Chak Lun

Li Cho Kin ...

Kwok Pang Kwong Kwok Yan

...

Lai Yu Piu ... Lam Tat Hung

Au Man So ...

Liu Yuk Wa

Li Chuen

:

:

442

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 29, 1930.

King's College Division,-Continued.

Wong Kai Hong...

Kwan Tak

Lau Yuk Wo

Chan Chun Yip

Tsui Lai Fun

...

St. Joseph's College Division.

Corporal Philip Chan.

Lance-Corporal Harry Lau.

黃啓康

黃關劉陳崔

啓 毓俊禮

崔禮

康德和業芬

"

Woo Pak Foo.

"

وو

Pak Non Fan.

Private Yip Min Fong.

"

Yau Wai Lam.

Yau Wing Kan.

Yeung Yuk Cheung.

""

Li Fook Shue.

"

Li Chok Lai.

"

"

Pak Mon Wai.

Frederick Yuen.

Joseph Foke.

""

Siew Hon Lit.

"

Yeung Kam On.

Shaukiwan Division.

Ambulance Officer Lau Shut Kan

Sergeant Chung Yung Ping

Corporal Moon Yue Hang

Lance-Corporal Chau Tak Kee

"

Cheung Ho

"

"

Cheung Man Kuen

Private Chan Chung Yue

"

Lau Kam Ching

Kwok Kit Suen

"

Chau Man Ying

,

Lau Shuen

Ho Pak Hai

"

>

"

Wat Wai Hung

Tsang Sau Lung

Chan Wai Nam

Nature Tai

"

Lam Yue Yuk

"

: :

劉實根

郭述蓀

周文英

何伯熙

。"。

戴天真

劉鍾蒙周鄭張陳劉郭周劉何屈曾陳戴林 實容耀德 民仲錦述文 伯偉壽惠天汝 根炳基河權淸英孫熙雄麟南眞煜

陳成 成俊

成德寶 蘭耀華啓子洪

俊榮山榮德新生斌柏

趙德

陳趙楊黃宋葉蘇蘇周

周洪

(hinese Athletic Association Division.

...

Chan Shing Chun Chiu Tack Wing Young Po Shan Wong Lam Wing Soon Yue Tack Yip Wah Sun So Kai Sung So Chée Bun

Chau Hung Pak

...

...

...

: :

:

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 29, 1930.

Chinese Athletic Association Division,-Contd.

Chung Che Cheung Poon Hawk Yim... Wong Yock Man... Wong Wai Shing... Sun Wah Sang

Chik Shue Fook ..... Chan Pui Wah

...

鍾志强

潘學

黃偉成 孫華生

Lau Che Chack

Ko Wiu Tong

Leung Kam Wing

Motor Car Drivers' Association Division.

Ambulance Officer Lam Wing Kam...

Chim Wang Jp

Chan Kim Wan

Hui Wai Ting

Man Foo Yuen Hui Lam

Chan Ngoi

Un On ... Wong Chau... Un Kwan

Wong Fong...

Chung Kam Chuen

强賢文成生福華策同榮

陳培

榮宏劍偉富 *業雲庭元霖愛安秋坤芳全

林詹陳許文許陳袁黃袁黃鍾

鍾錦全

Indian Division.

443

P

J. Hoosen.

M. Y. Adal.

A. M. Rumjahın.

A. M. Wahab.

M. I. Razack.

M. A. Salleh.

B. A. Hyder.

N. Osman.

I. Haroon.

T. Ali.

D. M. A. Razack.

M. Farid.

Kowloon Division.

Division Superintendent E. Savage

Chan Ping Kwong

Chan Man Kai

Wong Kwai Hin ..... Yeung Po Kan

Tung Kim Shing... Lam Chi Fung

Hau Sun Chu

Yeun Fung Cheong Yeung Yuen Wah Li Ping Wai... Hui Wing Hong Chiu Koon Hee

::

:

:

...

依沙美治 陳秉光 陳文

黃季顯

楊保勤

林子風

侯新

許榮康 崔冠熙

444

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 29, 1930.

Kowloon Division-Continued.

Chung King Wah

...

鍾敬

Kwan Sit Kwan

Tam Yuk Pui Wat Sun Chuen Kwong Chung Chu

Leung Sun Kai ...

Ng Hung Cho

Wong Hon Chew

Mongkok Division.

屈新 鄺松珠 梁