Government Gazette | 政府憲報 | 1940

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1940.-

No. 1.

PROCLAMATION.

[L.S.] G. A. S. NORTHCOTE,

·

Governor.

By His Excellency, Sir GEOFFRY ALEXANDER STAFFORD NORTHCOTE, Knight Commander 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 third section of the Merchant Shipping Amendment Ordinance, 1939, (Ordinance No. 22 of 1939) it is provided that the said Ordinance shall not come into operation unless and until the Governor notifies by proclama- tion that it is His Majesty's pleasure not to disallow the same and thereafter it shall come into operation upon such day as the Governor shall notify by the same or any other pro- clamation.

Now I, the said Governor, do hereby PROCLAIM and NOTIFY that it is His Majesty's pleasure not to disallow the said Ordinance and that the said Ordinance shall come into operation on the 6th day of January, 1940.

Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony of Hong Kong this 5th day of January, 1940.

Published by His Excellency's Command.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

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No. 1.

PROCLAMATION.

[L.S.] G. A. S. NORTHCOTE,

 




·

Governor.

By His Excellency, Sir GEOFFRY ALEXANDER STAFFORD NORTHCOTE, Knight Commander 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 third section of the Merchant Shipping Amendment Ordinance, 1939, (Ordinance No. 22 of 1939) it is provided that the said Ordinance shall not come into operation unless and until the Governor notifies by proclama- tion that it is His Majesty's pleasure not to disallow the same and thereafter it shall come into operation upon such day as the Governor shall notify by the same or any other pro- clamation.

Now I, the said Governor, do hereby PROCLAIM and NOTIFY that it is His Majesty's pleasure not to disallow the said Ordinance and that the said Ordinance shall come into operation on the 6th day of January, 1940.

Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony of Hong Kong this 5th day of January, 1940.

Published by His Excellency's Command.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1940.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 1.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 8 of 1921. (STAMP).

In exercise of the powers conferred by section 4 (1) (a) of the Stamp Ordinance, 1921, the Governor in Council amends Heading No. 10 in the Schedule to the said Ordinance by adding a new sub-paragraph (5A) to Heading No. 10, as follows-

(5A) National

Economy Savings 10 cents. Certificates, whether trans- ferable or not, issued in the Colony by the legal repre- sentatives

of the Chinese

Postal Remittances and Sav- ing Banks being instruments within the definition of Bill of Exchange.

Exemption.

Certificates issued before the

31st December, 1939.

Adhesive. Before

issue.

The

Person

issuing.

5th January, 1940.

T. MEGARRY,

Clerk of Councils.

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APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 2.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under instructions from the Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies, to appoint Miss JOAN MARY ORAM to be a Mistress (Kindergarten), Education Department, with effect from 22nd December, 1939.

30th December, 1939.

No. 3.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to revoke, with effect from the dates shown hereunder, the appointments notified respectively in the Gazette of 19th March, 1937, as Government Notification 186 and in the Gazette of 30th September, 1938, as Government Notification 762, and instead to make the following appointments:-

To be Crown Counsel, with effect from 12th May, 1938, Mr. JOHN WHyatt. To be Crown Counsel, with effect from 28th September, 1938, Mr. TREVOR JACK

GOULD.

2nd January, 1940.

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 1.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 8 of 1921. (STAMP).

In exercise of the powers conferred by section 4 (1) (a) of the Stamp Ordinance, 1921, the Governor in Council amends Heading No. 10 in the Schedule to the said Ordinance by adding a new sub-paragraph (5A) to Heading No. 10, as follows-

(5A) National

Economy Savings 10 cents. Certificates, whether trans- ferable or not, issued in the Colony by the legal repre- sentatives

of the Chinese

Postal Remittances and Sav- ing Banks being instruments within the definition of Bill of Exchange.

Exemption.

Certificates issued before the

31st December, 1939.

Adhesive. Before

issue.

The

Person

issuing.

5th January, 1940.

T. MEGARRY,

Clerk of Councils.

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APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 2.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under instructions from the Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies, to appoint Miss JOAN MARY ORAM to be a Mistress (Kindergarten), Education Department, with effect from 22nd December, 1939.

30th December, 1939.

No. 3.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to revoke, with effect from the dates shown hereunder, the appointments notified respectively in the Gazette of 19th March, 1937, as Government Notification 186 and in the Gazette of 30th September, 1938, as Government Notification 762, and instead to make the following appointments:-

To be Crown Counsel, with effect from 12th May, 1938, Mr. JOHN WHyatt. To be Crown Counsel, with effect from 28th September, 1938, Mr. TREVOR JACK

GOULD.

2nd January, 1940.

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  No. 4. It is hereby notified that Mr. THOMAS BLACK, resumed duty as Accountant- General, on 1st January, 1940.

2nd January, 1940.

  No. 5. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under sub-section (3) of section 3 of the Births and Deaths Registration Ordinance, No. 21 of 1934, to appoint Dr. NICOL CAMPBELL MACLEOD to be a Deputy Registrar of Births and Deaths, with effect from 22nd December, 1939.

3rd January, 1940.

  No. 6. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under instructions from the Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies, to appoint GEORGE GRAHAM-CUMMING, M.B., Ch.B. (Edin.), D.T.M. (Liv.), to be a Medical Officer, with effect from 1st January, 1940.

5th January, 1940.

  No. 7.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint the following officer to be a Justice of the Peace for the Colony of Hong Kong:

Official.

Dr. NICOL CAMPBELL MACLEOD.

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3rd January, 1940.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 8.-Non-Official Justices of the Peace who are expecting to be absent from the Colony for any considerable part of the current year are requested to notify the Chief Clerk, Colonial Secretary's Office, accordingly, and to furnish at the same time. the dates of their intended departure and return.

4th January, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S Department.

  No. 9.-In accordance with regulation 4 of the Regulations concerning the Colonial Police and Fire Brigades Long Service Medal published as Notification No. 37 in the Gazette of 10th January, 1936, His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to authorize the following award :-

Colonial Fire Brigades Long Service Medal:-

Head Foreman Li Po.

2nd January, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

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No. 10..

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939. (COMPULSORY SERVICE).

His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, pursuant to Section 11 (7) of the Compulsory Service Ordinance, 1939, to permit CECIL DORNAN to quit the Hong Kong Defence Reserve, with effect from 31st December, 1939.

No. 11.

4th January, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939.

(COMPULSORY SERVICE).

His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, pursuant to Section 11 (7) of the Compulsory Service Ordinance, 1939, to permit LIONEL SCHACHNER LE GAY BRERETON to quit the Hong Kong Defence Reserve, with effect from 28th December, 1939.

4th January, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

No. 12.

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939. (COMPULSORY SERVICE).

His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, pursuant to Section 11 (7) of the Compulsory Service Ordinance, 1939, to permit DOUGLAS ROY NASH to quit the Hong Kong Defence Reserve, with effect from 4th January, 1940.

dule N. L. SMITH,

4th January, 1940.

Colonial Secretary.

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No. 13.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 1 of 1932. (JUVENILE OFFENDERS).

In exercise of the powers conferred by section 20 (3) of the Juvenile Offenders Ordinance, 1932, the Governor orders that the following rules for the visitation of places of detention shall come into operation on the eighth day of January, 1940.

Rules.

1. These Rules may be cited as the Juvenile Offenders (Visitation of Places of Detention) Rules, 1939.

2. The following persons are hereby appointed visitors of places of detention.

(a) Justices of the Peace.

(b) Such other persons as may be appointed by the Governor.

No. 14.

4th January, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

The following is published for general information :---

1. Under The Export of Goods (Prohibition) (No. 2) Order 1939, Amendment (No. 11) Order 1939 dated November 8th, 1939, the following articles of food and drink are prohibited to be exported from the United Kingdom except under the authority of a licence granted by the Board of Trade-

(i) Grain and flour and products of the milling, and allied industries, not including the following exceptions-

Macaroni, spaghetti and vermicelli

Oat products for use as food

Pearled barley, including blocked, flaked, puffed and

pot barley

Farinaceous substances for use as food

Cereal breakfast foods and similar cereal preparations Dried, beans, lentils (including split lentils) and

dried peas.

(ii) Meat, not including the following exceptions-

Game, dead, fresh chilled or frozen

Meat extracts and essences

Poultry pastes and meat pastes.

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No. 13.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 1 of 1932. (JUVENILE OFFENDERS).

In exercise of the powers conferred by section 20 (3) of the Juvenile Offenders Ordinance, 1932, the Governor orders that the following rules for the visitation of places of detention shall come into operation on the eighth day of January, 1940.

Rules.

1. These Rules may be cited as the Juvenile Offenders (Visitation of Places of Detention) Rules, 1939.

2. The following persons are hereby appointed visitors of places of detention.

(a) Justices of the Peace.

(b) Such other persons as may be appointed by the Governor.

No. 14.

4th January, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

The following is published for general information :---

1. Under The Export of Goods (Prohibition) (No. 2) Order 1939, Amendment (No. 11) Order 1939 dated November 8th, 1939, the following articles of food and drink are prohibited to be exported from the United Kingdom except under the authority of a licence granted by the Board of Trade-

(i) Grain and flour and products of the milling, and allied industries, not including the following exceptions-

Macaroni, spaghetti and vermicelli

Oat products for use as food

Pearled barley, including blocked, flaked, puffed and

pot barley

Farinaceous substances for use as food

Cereal breakfast foods and similar cereal preparations Dried, beans, lentils (including split lentils) and

dried peas.

(ii) Meat, not including the following exceptions-

Game, dead, fresh chilled or frozen

Meat extracts and essences

Poultry pastes and meat pastes.

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(iii) Dairy produce, other than lactose and processed

cheese.

(iv) Fresh fruit and vegetables.

(v) Cocoa butter.

(vi) Other food, the following-

Bladders, casings and sausage skins of sheep and

hog gut.

Fish, fresh or frozen, other than fresh shell fish.

Fish, canned, the following-

Fresh herring

Herring in tomato sauce

Salmon.

Fruit-

dried or otherwise preserved without sugar tinned or bottled in syrup.

Fruit pectin.

Honey.

Isinglass.

Oils and fats, refined, and mixtures thereof, includ- ing emulsions of malt extract and cod liver oil.

Sugar, glucose and molasses.

Yeast.

(vii) Feeding stuffs for animals.

(viii) Animals, living, for food.

2. The following articles of food, while prohibited to be exported from the United Kingdom to certain countries, are not prohibited to be exported to Hong Kong-

Biscuits and cakes.

Cocoanut, desiccated and flaked.

Coffee including mixtures of coffee and chicory and coffee and chicory extracts and essences.

Fish, other than fresh or frozen fish, fresh shell fish, canned fresh herring, canned herring in tomato sauce, and canned salmon.

3. Articles of food not specifically mentioned are not subject to any prohibition and no export licence is required.

30th December, 1939.

W. J. CARRIE,

Controller of Food.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1940.

No. 15.

Order.

I, WILLIAM JAMES CARRIE, Controller of Food, by virtue and in exercise of the powers vested in me by the Defence Regulations, 1939, with the consent of His Excellency the Governor hereby make the following order :--

The standard prices for the following articles of food shall, until further notice, be as follows:-

Brand.

Standard Price.

$ c.

Butter.

Fresh Butter-Best quality

1.30 per lb.

Sweetened Condensed Milk.

Eagle, 14 oz.

.62 per tin.

Eagle, 7 oz.

.32

Eagle, 23 oz.

.15

"

Gold Medal, 14 oz.

.52

""

"

Lighthouse, 14 oz.

Lighthouse, 23 cz. Peacock

:

:

.44

>>

"

.11

دو

""

.45

...

""

Longevity, 14 oz.

.57

"

Longevity, 7 oz.

.29

"

Longevity, 23 oz.

.14

"

Swan, 14 oz.

.44

وو

>>

Swing, 14 oz.

.44

وو

"

Toddler

.39

>>

""

Ideal, 141 oz.

Evaporated Milk.

.41 per tin.

Ideal, 6 Oz.

.18

وو

Milkmaid, 14 oz.

.33

>>

Milkmaid, 6 Oz.

.17

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St. Charles, 141⁄2 oz.

.33

""

St. Charles, 6

Oz.

.17

وو

""

Nestles, 14 oz.

.33

"J

Nestles, 6

Oz.

.17

وو

Peerless, 14 oz.

.32

وو

وو

Peerless, 6

Oz.

.16

وو

95

Dykeland, 14 oz.

.31

وو

Carnation, 14 oz.

Carnation, 6

Gloria, 14 oz.

Oz.

Gloria, 6 OZ.

Tower, 14 oz.

...

:

.33

.17

.32

.16

.31

وو

وو

وو

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Brand.

Standard Price.

Evaporated Milk, Contd.

Rainbow, 14 oz.

Rainbow, 6 oz.

Dutch Baby

Pacific, 16 oz.

Pacific, 7 oz.

...

Peter Pan, 14 cz.

Peter Pan, small

Cottage

...

Golden State, 14 oz.

Seal, 141⁄2 oz.

...

:

$ c.

.32 per tin.

.16 ""

""

.31

""

""

.33

,,

""

.16

""

.29

99

""

.15

""

""

.28

"?

.29

.31

""

""

Sweetened Condensed Skimmed Milk.

Blue Butterfly, 13 oz.

Cowbell

Cowslip, 15 oz.

Rainbow

Umbrella, 13 oz.

...

.28 per tin.

.28

""

.28

...

""

""

.28

""

.28

...

""

""

Sterilised Natural Milk.

Milkmaid, 430 grm.

Milkmaid, 155 grm.

Red Ribbon, 15 oz.

...

...

.45 per tin.

...

.22

.45

,,

""

Powdered Milk.

(i) Modified for Infant Feeding.

Cow & Gate, Full Cream, 2 lbs. Cow & Gate, Full Cream, 1 lb.

Cow & Gate, Half Cream, 2 lbs.

4.90 per tin.

""

2.54

4.63

""

Cow & Gate, Half Cream, 1 lb.

2.05

,,

""

Glaxo, 2 lbs.

4.47

""

Glaxo, 1 lb.

2.41

""

Lactogen, 3 lbs.

6.40 ""

""

Lactogen, 2 lbs.

4.50

...

Lactogen, 1 lb.

Lactogen,

lb.

2.30

1.23

""

>>

....

وو

""

Nestogen, Full or Half Cream, 1 lb. ... 2.30

,,

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Brand.

(ii) For Domestic Use.

Anchor Full Cream, 25 lbs.

Anchor Full Cream, 5 lbs.

Anchor Full Cream,

21 lbs. ...

Anchor Full Cream, 1 lb.

Standard Price.

$ c.

...24.00 per tin.

6.95

...

3.85

1.65

وو

وو

Klim, 5 lbs.

Klim, 2 lbs.

...11.10

""

5.92

...

""

Klim, 1 lb.

Nestles Full Cream, 5 lbs.

2.59

...

...

""

...10.97 ""

Nestles Full Cream, 2 lbs.

5.91

""

Nestles Full Cream, 1 lb.

2.46

Dryco, 3 lbs.

5.07

99

Dryco, 12 oz.

1.32

...

"

"1

Cow & Gate, 5 oz.

Cow & Gate, 3 oz.

Peony, 6 oz.

Nestles, 111 oz.

Nestles, 5호 02.

Thick Cream.

.35 per tin.

.25

وو

.54 >>

""

.75

,,

""

.56

,,

""

Nestles, 4 oz.

.50

,,

""

Golden Butterfly, 6 oz.

.35

:

Golden Butterfly, 3 oz.

.21

,,

""

Tinned Corned Beef.

Libby's

.44 per tin.

Emery

.33

""

"

Fray Bentos

.33

29

3

Tinned Pork and Beans.

No. 1 Size Stokely Brand

Smaller Sizes Standard Brands ...

.35 per tin.

.27

Tinned Sardines.

California (Morjon)

Del Monte

S. & W.

.37 per tin.

.41

.45

,,

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Brand.

Standard Price.

$ c.

Tinned Salmon.

Del Monte Alaska Red Sockeye-

Tall tins

.92 per tin.

Flat tins

.68

""

Fancy Red Alaska Salmon,

No. 1 Tall tins

.88

""

99

S. & W. Finest Red Salmon, Flat tins. .94

Margarine and Vegetable Lard.

ور

""

Repacked Margarine

Imported Packed Margarine

Vegetable Lard-

Soltera

.38 per lb.

.60

""

Purico, 30 lb. tins

7.85

...

Do.

Purico, 1 lb. tins

...

8.91 per tin.

""

.28 per lb.

.66 per tin.

Rolled Oats and Oatmeal.

Rolled Oats in Cartons, 3 lbs. Rolled Oats in Cartons, 20 oz. Rolled Oats, sold loose Oatmeal in tins, 2 lbs. Quaker Oats, in tins, 20 oz.

...

1.05 per carton.

.55

""

""

.16 per lb.

1.12 per tin.

.79

;"

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Fine Granulated:

Loose

1 lb. rolls

5 bags

10 bags

وو

18 tins

وو

Sugar.

.15 per lb. .15 per roll.

.72 per bag.

1.40

وو

,,

2.82 per tin.

40

tins

99

50

وو

,, gunny and lining

100

وو

gunny and lining

1 pcl. gunny and lining In any other packing ..

Half Cubes:

...

5.87

,,

وو

6.83 per bag.

...13.40

29

...17.75 per pcl.

.15 per lb.

Loose

1 lb. cartons

3

cartons

6

cartons

وو

25

cartons

""

In any other packing

...

.16 per lb. .16 per carton.

.46

.90

3.65

وو

""

""

.16 per lb.

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Brand.

Standard Price.

$ c.

Sugar,-Contd.

Icing Sugar:

Loose

.18 per lb.

1 lb. cartons

1

tins

""

2 tins

وو

4 tins

""

15 tins

""

30 tins

""

In any other packing

Castor Sugar:

Loose

1 lb. tins

2 tins

4

tins

""

15 tins

وو

30 tins

""

In any other packing

Brown Sugar:

...

.18 per carton. .27 per tin.

.46

""

,,

.87

""

2.80

""

5.10

,,

.18 per lb.

.26 per lb. .26 per tin.

.44

.83

2.70

4.90

""

""

""

.26 per lb.

Loose

.14

per lb.

2 lb. cartons

.27 per carton.

In any

other packing

.14 per lb.

Taikoo Golden Syrup :

1 lb. tins

2

tins

7 tins

""

14 tins

""

.23 per tin.

·40

1.14

2.07

,,

""

""

""

,,

28

tins

3.67

""

...

""

,,

56

tins

""

7,12

وو

14 oz. bottles

Taikoo Black Treacle:

2 lb. tins

.35 per bottle.

.31 per tin.

Taikoo Table Candy-Medium:

1 lb. tins

21,

tins

Taikoo Coffee Candy:

1 lb. cartons

.26 per tin.

.58

""

""

.18 per carton.

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Brand.

Taikoo Coffee Crystals :

1 lb. rolls

Del Monte, 1 lb. ...

Hills Bros., lb.

Hills Bros., 1 lb.

Hills Bros., 2 lb.

S. & W., 1 lb.

Wing, 1 lb. ...

Coffee.

Standard Price.

C.

.16 per roll.

1.09 per tin.

.70

""

1.25

,,

,,

2.42

وو

>>

1.22

,,

"

1.09 per carton.

Tea.

Corona Ceylon Tea, sold loose

1.50 per lb.

W. J. CARRIE,

Controller of Food.

5th January, 1940.

NOTE. The above order supersedes the order published as Government Notification No. 1122 in the Gazette of 1st December, 1939, and includes, (a) the amendments of standard prices effected by the orders published as Government Notifica- tion No. 1154 in the Gazette of the 8th December, 1939, and (b) the standard prices fixed by those orders and by this order for articles of food not separately specified in any previous order.

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EXCHANGE FUND.

POSITION AT 30TH JUNE, 1939.

   No. 16.-Reference is invited to the statement regarding the Exchange Fund published on 30th June, 1939, which indicated the position at 31st December, 1938. During the six months following that date the Fund purchased a small quantity of Silver Subsidiary Coins to be refined and marketed.

   It was not found necessary for the Fund to operate in the local exchange market during the period now reviewed.

On 30th June, 1939, the Certificates of Indebtedness outstanding amounted to $192,121,887 which is equivalent to £11,907,554 @ 1s. 23. the middle market rate on that day; the total assets of the Fund amounted to £13,226,195 of which 73.46 per cent. was held in gilt edged sterling securities, 26.44 per cent. on deposit in London at call or short notice and 10 per cent. in silver.

THE TREASURY,

HONG KONG,

31st December, 1939.

Light Dues.

H. R. BUTTERS,

Financial Secretary.

TREASURY.

   No. 17.-I hereby give notice that the figure representing the average opening selling rate for the month of December, 1939, of the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation for demand drafts on London is settled at 14.87.

30th Dceember, 1939.

A. J. C. TAYLOR,

Accountant-General.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1940.

No. 18.-Financial Statement for the month of October, 1939.

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE.

Excess of Assets over Liabilities on 30th September, 1939. Revenue from 1st to 31st October, 1939

Expenditure from 1st to 31ts October, 1939

Balance

TREASURY.

$ 15,986,508.91 4,479,810.90

$ 20,466,319.81 3,180,649.97

$ 17,285,669.84

Assets and Liabilities on the 31st October, 1939.

LIABILITIES.

ASSETS.

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Deposits:-

Contractors and

Advances:-

Officers De-

posits

519,110.00

Investment

Miscellaneous

Pending Re-imbursements

from 34% Dollar loan

Pending Re-imbursements

from proposed new loan........

C.

65,289,99

11,132,493.50

1,941,077.17

Account

49,000.00

Imprest Account

63,470.17

Miscellaneous Deposits

Imprest Account, Special

234.12

1,554,318.47

Subsidiary Coins...

60,000.00

Investment Account..

49,000.00

2,122,423.47

Roads Transport Haulage and

Upkeep Account

6,811.53

King George V Memorial Fund.

158,368.56

Note Issue Ac-

count:-

Suspense Account

93,845.83

Current Ac-

count $ 1,936,755.95

Fixed De-

Exchange Adjustment

4,249.47

posit

4,000,000.00

5,936,755.95

Nickel Coinage

Praya East Reclamation

758.87

Account:-

Current Ac-

count

68,881.20

Note Security Fund

5,936,755.95

Sterling In-

vestment..

1,321,331.14

1,390,212.34

Nickel Coinage Security Fund

1,390,212.34

Cash:

Accountant-General.

Water Works-Renewals and Im-

provements Fund.

No. 1 a/c....$ 2,695,729.04 Accountant-General.

409,035.07

No. 2 a/c....

1,966,607.78

4,662,336.82

Crown Agents

* Joint Colonial Fund

17,160.78 891,139.24

Total Liabilities

10,115,654.56

Fixed Deposit :

General Miscellaneous.

$ 1,050,000.00

135,342.79

General Revenue Balance

17,285,669.84

1,185,342.79

TOTAL... $ 27,401,324.40

TOTAL.....

27,401,324.40

* Joint Colonial Fund

.£55,000 0s. Od.

29th December, 1939.

A. J. C. TAYLOR,

Accountant-General.

16

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1940.

No. 19.

MONTHLY COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE REVENUE AND EXPEN

Heads of Revenue.

Estimates 1939.

Revenue from 1st to 31st Oct.,

Revenue for same

1939.

period of preceding

year.

Actual Revenue to 31st Oct.,

1939.

Revenue for same

period of preceding

year.

Duties

$

8,370,000

$ C.

1,260,869.73

$

C.

621,388.25

$ C.

9,027,564.00

$ ..

7,181,067.01

Port and Harbour Dues.....

600,000

43,946.38

40,141.15 465,527.40 450,304.62

Internal

14,958,151

1,992,154.97 1,746,691.83 14,094,698.69 12,969,492.70

Licences

       and Revenue not otherwise specified

Fees of Court or Office,

Payments for specific

purposes, and Reim- bursements in Aid......................

2,896,970

242,038.64

195,725.14 2,619,264.28 2,286,362.70

Post Office

2,927,000

250,691.63

200,963.76 2,539,679.47 2,441,027.30

Kowloon-Canton Railway...

1,784,000

55,727.75

101,383.32 738,909.27 1,663,095.18

Rent of Government Pro-

perty, Land and Houses...

1,834,000

206,586.26

226,737.74

1,615,361.17 1,476,546.46

Interest

110,000

11,953.12

20,923.71

89,760.45 102,091.22

Miscellaneous Receipts..

1,027,500

253,984.34

89,706.54 1,561,381.70 970,009.64

Total (exclusive of Land

Sales)

34,507,621 4,317.952.82 3,243,661.44 32,752,146.43 29,539,996.83

Land Sales (Premia on New

Leases)

750,000

161,858.08

145,974.51 *2,023,081.25 1,086,383.24

TOTAL.........$

35,257,621 4,479,810.90 3,389,635.95 34,775,227.68 30,626,380.07

*Includes $839,704.12 transferred from Government House and City Development Fund.

29th December, 1939.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1940.

DITURE FOR THE PERIOD ENDED 31st OCTOBER, 1939.

TREASURY.

17

Heads of Expenditure.

Estimates

1939.

October, 1939.

$

$

c.

$

c.

Expenditure from 1st to 31st

Expenditure for same period of preceding year.

Actual Expenditure to 31st Oct., 1939.

$5

C.

Expenditure for same period of preceding

year.

$

C.

H. E. the Governor.

174,801

12,681.54

13,739.11

143,697.29

147,166.48

Colonial Secretary's Office

and Legislature

557,221

42,629.58

23.294.87

400,878.67

236,958.06

Audit Department

122,868

9,116 91

9,757.55

94,259.67

99,276.50

Botanical and Forestry

Department

151,953

12,078.35

10,588.27

116,210.38

114.855.18

Charitable Services

458,264

41,409.61

14,237.05

993,895.79 377,018.04

Defence: :-

(a) Hong Kong Volunteer

Defence Corps

177,491

12,700.74

18,849.72

371,851.75

137,579.74

(b) Hong Kong Naval

Volunteer Force...

58,575

61,965.57

3,399.59

96,923.93

31,631.31

(c) Air Raid Precau-

tions

338,065

429,893.51

4,749.00

649,132.86

23,843.20

(d) Military

Contribu-

tion

7,097,898

500,000.00

435,482.58

5,051,926.07

5,009,758.65

District Office, North

78,948

6,488.42

5,608.82

64,025.70

56.700.28

Do.,

South

48,474

3,651.05

5,893.36

36,439.67

58,523.41

Education Department

2,336,865

149,306.78

143,477.51

1,806,248.26

1,798,684.73

Fire Brigade......

324,307

25,809.11

56,608.16

250,789.65

271,679.78

Harbour Department &

Air Services :

(a) Harbour Department

1,324,320

120,262.84

98,204.55

980,405.49

965,341.76

(b) Air Services

101,357

6,462.16

6,227.23

87,085.09

72,099.53

Imports and Exports

Office

477,986

34,595.00

39,983.89

407,438.33

386,855.85

Kowloon-Canton Railway..

952,103

56,811.84

67,913.69

609,573.41

1,011,899.95

Legal Departments

482.855

41.880.87

37,575.79

405,822.81

409,928.09

Magistracy, Hong Kong...

74,739

6.271.67

10,906.09

61,675.18

93,489.60

Do., Kowloon

55,704

4,969.69

5.624.35

49,815.79

58,132.32

Medical Department

2,516,267

213,904.89

216.397.77

2,025,281.53

2,002,062.10

Miscellaneous Services

1,623,393

62.298.26

92,726.24 1.368,057.38

1,633,679.90

Pensions

2,970,000

241,172.01

238,818.70

2,328,010.07 2,316,913.09

Police Force.

3,441,851

300,017.26

293,157.27

2,953,319.75 2,694,407.92

Post Office, Wireless &

Broadcasting:-

(a) Post Office ...

951,030

(b) Wireless

412,651

64,387.18 31,562.16

175,191.29

745,501.76

706,098.98

262.877.25

{Radio Traffic Office...

7,379.45 18,007.78

65,827.00

161,403.63

(c) Broadcasting

84,952

5,659.13

65,767.33

Prison Department

921,140

71,822.38

67,588.67

749,358.93

749,195.65

Public Debt

1,332,031

1,332,031.00

1,351,631.00

Public Works Department

& Water Works:-

(a) Public Works

Department

1,912,677

(b) Water Works.

288,393

169,510.79 26,879.38

191,954.93

1,538,748.57

1,811,666.12

216,490.53

Public Works Recur-

rent

(a) General

1,300,600

150,260.07

225.426.93

965,734.74 1,374,632.18

(b) Water Works.

Royal Observatory

Sanitary Department Secretariat for

Affairs

Stores Department

Chinese

967,907

61,980.00

767,289.34

91.440

10,220.65

7,450.02

90,647.49

77,364.08

1,148,034

93,972.17

88,593.05

951,181,50

868,687.33

125,653

13,070.72

11,696.73

130,043.01

111,342.20

Treasury, etc.

Public Works

Extraordinary

312,241 Cr. 17 1,195,93 263,934 25,464.84

685,181.72

24,706.33

206,064.41 259,939.33

36,068,988

2,949,971.20

1,688,235 230,678.77

TOTAL.........$ 37,757,223 3,180,649.97

2,671,216.34 30,089,682.60 27,546,272.97

105,394.65 962,110.21 1,071,933.82

2,776,610,99 31,051,792.81 28,618,206.79

A. J. C. TAYLOR,

Accountant-General.

18

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1940.

No. 20.

Hong Kong.

THE PHARMACY AND POISONS ORDINANCE, 1937.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

The following copy of the Register kept under the Pharmacy and Poisons Ordinance, 1937, Ordinance No. 8 of 1937, is published pursuant to section 5 of the said Ordinance :-

REGISTER KEPT UNDER THE PHARMACY AND POISONS ORDINANCE, 1937.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

QUALIFICATION.

Bentley, Arthur Hargreaves

Medical Department

Pharmaceutical Chemist.

Burns, Colin Nicholas Scott

Kowloon Dispensary

Chemist and

Druggist.

Chandler, Joseph H.

Grand Dispensary

Do.

Chen, Tsung-jen

Cheng Yik-kwan

International Dispensary Co....

Do.

C. Kamming & Co., Ltd.

Do.

鄭燦坤

Farrar, James Leslie

A. S. Watson & Co., Ltd.

Do.

Fong, Job

Yee Tin Tong Dispensary

Do.

Gibson, John

Retired

Do.

Guy, Lewis

A. S. Watson & Co., Ltd.

Do.

Harmon, Edith Mary, (Mrs.)... The Colonial Dispensary

Do.

Hassan, Yacob

Medical Department

Do.

Hunt, Harold Quentin

The Colonial Dispensary

Do.

Jones, John

A. S. Watson & Co., Ltd.

Do.

Lee Ek Leong

Medical Department

Do.

Lee, Arthur George

李廷愷

Queen's Dispensary

Do.

Leong, Andrew Ernest

New Asiatic Chemical Works..

Do.

Leong, Lawrence

Chung Hing Dispensary

Do.

Morley, Lewis John

Medical Department

Do.

Muramoto, Shigemitsu

89, Hennessy Road,

Do.

Ground floor.

Paterson, William

Rowan, Arthur

A. S. Watson & Co., Ltd. ....

Do.

China Dispensary

Do.

Simpson, William Fordyce

Medical Department

Do.

Sproule, Estelle B. (Mrs.)

The Colonal Dispensary

Do.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1940.

REGISTER KEPT UNDER THE PHARMACY AND POISONS

ORDINANCE, 1937,-Continued.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

QUALIFICATION.

3

Stephen, Alistair James

A. S. Watson & Co., Ltd.

Chemist and

Druggist.

Suiter, John Ross

The Pharmacy

Do.

Tong Li-ta

King's Dispensary

Do.

唐立達

Walker, David

The Pharmacy

Do.

Willoughby, George

A. S. Watson & Co., Ltd. ....

Do.

Wilson, Daniel

Hong Kong Mercantile &

Chemicals, Ltd.

Do.

Wong Ying-chun

The Honor Manufacturing

Co., Ltd.

Do.

Wing-yin Wong

Pacific Drug Co.

Do.

黃永衍

Wong, Henry

World Drug Co.

Do.

Wong, Peter S.

Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ltd.!

Do.

Wong Yu-chok

Sine Laboratory Co., Ltd.

Do.

黃汝濯

Yeung Kok-yee

King's Dispensary

Do.

22nd December, 1939.

P. S. SELWYN-CLARKE,

Registrar,

Director of Medical Services.

19

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1940.

}

No. 21.

Hong Kong.

NURSES REGISTRATION ORDINANCE, 1931.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

Roll of Nurses whose names have been duly entered in the Register for 1940 under the Nurses Registration Ordinance, 1931, Ordinance No. 1 of 1931, and who are entitled to practise in the Colony :-

ROLL OF FEMALE NURSES-HONG KONG.

1940.

No. IN REGIS-

NAME.

PERMANENT -ADDRESS.

DATE OF REGIS-

QUALIFI- WHERE

DATE OF QUALIFI-

CATION.

TRAINED.

TRATION.

CATION.

TER.

1 Miss Chan

Yuen-mui,

9, Tung Fong 15.12.32

Street,

Exist-

(Esther

1st floor,

ing Nurse.

Nurses Association

28 3.26

of China

Chan).

Kowloon.

Certificate.

陳潤梅

2

Mrs. Chee

C/o. Miss May Do.

Do.

Government

1.8.27

Chiu-hai.

Li Pak, Educa-

tion Dept.,

Hospitals, Hong Kong.

Hong Kong.

3

Mrs. Beatrice

15, Jordan

Do.

Do.

Do.

30.4.27

Noronha

Road,

Kowloon.

Bond,

(Beatrice

Carmen Adelaide

Noronha).

5 Miss Chan

12, Ying Fai

Do.

Do.

Yuk-hing.

Street,

Nurses Association

12.5.27

2nd floor,

of China

陳玉卿

Hong Kong.

Certificate.

* 6 Miss Chan

1A, Hillside

Do.

Do.

Tung Wah

1.4.31

Cheuk-kwan.

Terrace,

Hospital,

Ground floor,

Hong Kong.

陳竹筠

Ship Street,

Hong Kong.

7 Miss Tam

54, Centre

Do.

Do.

Do.

1927

Shin-ying.

Street,

1st floor,

譚倩影

Hong Kong.

9 Mrs. H. Rut-

39, Haiphong

Do.

Do.

tonjee, (Sr.),

Road,

Radcliffe Infirmary and

5.6.16

(Alice

Ah

Top floor,

County Hos-

Tung).

Kowloon.

pital, Oxford,

England.

* 10 Miss Sham

Yan-lim.

313, Yee Chau Street,

Do.

Do.

Alice Memorial and

May,

1922

Shamshuipo.

沈欣廉

Affiliated

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1940.

ROLL OF FEMALE NURSES-HONG KONG,-Continued.

No. IN REGIS-

TER.

NAME.

PERMANENT ADDRESS.

DATE OF REGIS-

TRATION.

QUALIFI- WHERE

CATION.

TRAINED.

DATE OF QUALIFI-

CATION.

12 Miss Wong

Tung Wah

15.12.32

Wai-man.

Hospital,

Hong Kong.

Exist- ing Nurse.

Alice

3.4.25

Memorial and

Affiliated

黃惠民

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

14 Miss Sophie

Brown.

C/o. Miss Soong,

1.1.33

Do.

Government

15.4.32

Violet Peel

Hospitals,

Health Centre,

Hong Kong.

Hong Kong.

*15 Miss Lily Poon.

潘麗蓮

11, Salisbury

Do.

Do.

Do.

12.5.30

Avenue,

Kowloon.

* 18 Miss Ivy Soong.

Violet Peel

Do.

Do.

Do.

15.4.32

Health Centre,

Hong Kong.

20 Miss Mary Lee.

李瑪利

169, Fa Yuen

Do.

Do.

Do.

12.5.30

Street,

2nd floor,

Mongkok.

21 Miss Daisy

441, King's

15.12.32 Do.

Do.

15.4.32

Wong.

Road,

Hong Kong.

1 黃歡心

* 22 Miss May

Li-pak.

66, Robinson Road,

Do.

Do.

Do.

12.5.30

Hong Kong.

李覿儀

* 23 Miss Agnes

5, Grampian

Do.

Do.

Do.

10.5.26

Lowcock.

Road,

Kowloon City.

* 24 Miss Mary Ng. 3, Playing Field Do.

Road, 1st floor,

Do.

Do.

20.6.31

吳紫卿

Kowloon.

* 25 Miss Mary

Leung.

3, Playing Field

Do.

Do.

Do.

2.2.25

Road, 2nd floor,!

Kowloon.

梁喜如

26 Miss Susie Taam

52, Argyle

Do.

Do.

Do.

12,5.30

(Mrs. Wing

Street,

Cheung-lee).

Kowloon.

譚智常

* 28 Miss Grace

Mak.

Violet Peel

Do.

Do.

Do.

15.4.32

Health Centre,

Hong Kong.

麥敬常

29 Mrs. T. Y. Li (Jane Wong).

35, Village

Do.

Do.

Do.

16.6.27

Road,

Hong Kong.

30 Miss Lena Pin 219, Shanghai

Yau-lin.

Do.

Do.

Do.

20.6.31

Street, 1st floor,

Yaumati.

大幼蓮

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

21

22

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1940.

ROLL OF FEMALE NURSES-HONG KONG,-Continued.

No. IN REGIS-

NAME.

PERMANENT ADDRESS.

DATE OF REGIS-

QUALIFI- WHERE

DATE OF QUALIFI-

CATION.

TRAINED.

TRATION.

CATION.

TER.

31

Miss Ruby

Shameen Nurs- 15.12.32

Exist-

Government

20.6.31

Poon.

ing Home,

ing

Canton.

Nurse.

Hospitals, Hong Kong.

潘訓英

32 Miss Lily Chue.

Violet Peel

Do.

Do.

Do.

1.7.32

Health Centre,

朱夢萍

Hong Kong.

*33 Miss Mary Lok.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

15.4.32

駱妙顏

* 34 Miss

Mow Fung

Anna 43, Hau Wong

Road,

Do.

Do.

Do.

20.6.31

Chung.

Kowloon City.

鍾婉如

* 35 Miss

Chun Wai- chi.

Phyllis 1 & 3, Playing

Field Road,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Kowloon.

秦惠慈

* 36 Miss Irene

8, College View,

Do.

Do.

Do.

29.3.24

Anderson.

Hong Kong.

37 Mrs. Li

57, Saigon

Do.

Do.

Kwong Wah

26.1.27

Shiu-fong.

Road, 1st floor,

Hospital,

Kowloon City.

Hong Kong.

李兆芳

38 Miss Wong

C/o. Wing Lee

Do.

Do.

Do.

5.5.32

Wing-ngar.

Wai, 124, Wing

Lok Street,

黃詠雅

Hong Kong.

39 Miss Ho

Kwong Wah

Do.

Do.

Do.

13.7.28

Pui-ching.

Hospital,

Kowloon.

何佩貞

40 Miss Ling

58, Stanley

Do.

Do.

Do.

14.11.29

Ngan-kui.

Street,

2nd floor,

凌雁琚

Hong Kong.

41 Miss Leung

Lin-fan.

12, Kei Long

Do.

Do.

Do.

23.9.25

Street,

2nd floor,

梁蓮芬

Shamshuipo.

43 Miss Wong

Yuk-wah.

25, Babington Path,

Do.

Do.

Alice

11.10.27

Memorial and

Hong Kong.

Affiliated

黃玉華

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

44 Miss Ng Yuen- 304, Shanghai

chiu.

Do.

Do.

Kwong Wah

20.4.31

Street,

1st floor,

吳婉超

Kowloon.

Hospital,

Hong Kong.

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1940.

ROLL OF FEMALE NURSES HONG KONG,-Continued.

No. IN REGIS-

NAME.

PERMANENT ADDRESS.

DATE OF REGIS-

QUALIFI-

CATION.

WHERE

TRAINED.

DATE OF QUALIFI-

TRATION.

CATION.

TER.

45 Miss Kwan

Wai-chuen.

Ha Tsun, Ping 15.12.32 Exist-

Kwong Wah

5.5.32

Shan, New

ing

Territories.

Nurse.

Hospital, Hong Kong.

關蕙荃

48 Miss Kong Yut-ying.

23/25, Babing-

Do.

Do.

Alice

3.1.27

ton Path,

Memorial and

Hong Kong.

Affiliated

江月膺

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

49 Miss Lo

113, Wanchai

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

So-sing.

Road, 3rd floor,

Hong Kong.

羅素嫦

50 Miss Chan

44, Hennessy

20.1.33 Do.

Do.

27.3.30

Sun-tsoh.

Road, 1st floor,

Hong Kong.

陳純初

51 Miss Lai

35, Shing Wo 15.12.22

Do.

Do.

25.6.27

Tsz-hing.

Road, 3rd floor,

Hong Kong.

黎子卿

52 Mrs.

Wong

75, High Street,

Do.

Do.

Do.

15.2.23

Chow Fuk-

3rd floor,

ying.

Hong Kong.

黃周福英

* 54 Mrs. Chan

Tsan Yuk

Do.

Do.

Do.

22.2.22

Siu-wing.

Hospital,

Hong Kong.

陳少榮

* 55 Miss Leung

Sheung-chi.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

14.10.22

梁尙志

57 Miss Ethel

Lee.

C/o. Infant

Do.

Do.

Welfare Centre

Taijong Pagar

Government Hospitals, Hong Kong.

2.2.25

Road,

Singapore.

58 Mrs. Mary Chi

Tung Wah

Do.

Do.

Do.

2.12.29

Wie-lam.

Eastern

Hospital,

吳淑芝

Hong Kong.

Lam)

(C/o. Dr. C. W.

57, Shanghai Street,

59 Mrs. Lee

Do.

Do.

Wan-sheung.

李蘊湘

1st floor,

Kwong Wah Hospital, Hong Kong.

5.5.32

Hong Kong.

60 Mrs. Violet

Catherine

13, Homuntin Street,

1.1.33

Do.

Government

10.5.26

Chan Perry.

1st floor,

Hospitals, Hong Kong.

Kowloon.

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

23

24

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1940.

ROLL OF FEMALE NURSES-HONG KONG,-Continued.

No. IN REGIS-

TER.

NAME.

PERMANENT ADDRESS.

DATE OF REGIS-

TRATION.

QUALIFI- WHERE

DATE OF QUALIFI-

CATION.

TRAINED.

CATION.

62 Miss Ma

Kwong Wah

15.12.32

Exist-

Yuet-sim.

Hospital,

Hong Kong.

ing Nurse.

Kwong Wah Hospital, Hong Kong.

5.5.32

馬月嬋

63 Mrs. Lee

57, Shanghai

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Wan-yuk.

Street,

1st floor,

李蘊玉

Hong Kong.

64 Mrs. Ling

In Wah

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Shui-lin.

Terrace,

Ground floor,

凌瑞蓮

Hong Kong.

66 Miss Lee

Tung Wah

Do.

Do.

Tung Wah

Do.

How-sheung.

Hospital,

Hospital,

Hong Kong.

Hong Kong.

李巧湘

69

Miss Chan

178, Cheung

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Wai-yu.

Sha Wan

Road,

陳慧瑜

Shamshuipo.

70 Miss Noreen

Hong Kong

Do.

Do.

Lamont Public

Sept.,

Lum.

Sanatorium and

Hospital,

1932

Hospital,

Lamont,

Hong Kong.

Alberta,

Canada, and

Vancouver General Hospital, Vancouver.

71 Miss Au

330, Queen's Do.

Do.

Tung Wah

5.5.32

Sou-man.

Road West,

2nd floor,

Hospital, Hong Kong.

區秀雯

Hong Kong.

73 Miss Leung

Wai-fun.

30, Argyle Street,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

2nd floor,

梁偉勳

Mongkok.

74 Miss Bau

St. John

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Shuen-chun.

Ambulance

Hospital,

鮑信眞

Cheung Chau.

76 Miss Kwok

Tung Wah

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Miu-chun.

Eastern

Hospital,

郭妙珍

Hong Kong.

89 Miss Agnes

8, College

Do.

Do.

Government

1.10.24

Anderson.

View,

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

Hong Kong

91 Miss Lau

Keng-hung.

161, Hennessy

1.1.33

Do.

Kwong Wah

1.12.32

劉競雄

Road,

2nd floor,

Hong Kong.

Hospital, Hong Kong.

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ROLL OF FEMALE NURSES-HONG KONG,-Continued.

25

No. IN REGIS-

TER.

NAME.

PERMANENT ADDRESS.

DATE OF REGIS-

QUALIFI-

CATION.

WHERE

TRAINED.

DATE OF QUALIFI-

TRATION.

CATION.

93 Mrs. Lau Sui-

king.

24, Caroline

1.1.33

Road,

Exist- ing

Kwong Wah

5.5.32

Hospital,

2nd floor,

Nurse.

Hong Kong.

劉瑞瓊

Hong Kong.

94 Miss Ng

St. John Ambul-

Do.

Do.

Do.

1.12 32

Yee-kuen.

ance Hospital,

Kam Tin.

吳綺娟

95 Miss Chan

29, Cheung

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Tip-wan.

Sha Wan

Road,

陳帖雲

1st floor,

Shamshuipo.

96 Miss Ng Siu-

29, Nam

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

fong.

Cheong Street,

2nd floor,

吳筱芳

Shamshuipo.

98

Miss Tsang

145, Tsai Yi

Do.

Do.

Do.

8,9.31

Fung-ching.

Street,

1st floor,

會鳳徵

Mongkok.

101

Miss Leung

He-man.

37, Wong Chuk Street,

Do.

Do.

Do.

1.12.32

1st floor,

梁希孟

Shamshuipo.

102 Miss Wong

Chinese Public

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Sau-ying.

Dispensary,

Aberdeen.

黃秀英

104 Miss Fung

170, Hennessy

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Siu-hing.

Road,

1st floor,

馮少卿

Hong Kong.

105 Miss Mək

Yee-sheung.

92. Argyle Street,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

3rd floor,

莫綺湘

Mongkok.

107

Miss Lo

252, Castle

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Wai-tak.

Peak Road,

1st floor,

羅惠德

Kowloon.

109

Miss Hui

Fu Sing Street,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Yuk-ching.

Nga Fong

許玉清

Photographer,

Tai Po New

Market, New

Territories.

26.

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ROLL OF FEMALE NURSES-HONG KONG,-Continued.

No. IN REGIS-

TER.

PERMANENT

NAME.

DATE OF REGIS-

QUALIFI- WHERE

DATE OF QUALIFI-

ADDRESS.

CATION.

TRAINED.

TRATION.

CATION.

113 Miss Chan

Chung-po.

3, Hysan

1.1.33

Exis-

Marion Barclay

15.2 22

Avenue,

Ground floor,

ting Nurse.

Hospital,

Kongmoon.

陳仲寶

Causeway Bay.

114 Miss Lam

521, Nathan

Do.

Do.

Kwong Wab

23.9.25

Siu-chi.

Road,

Hospital,

3rd floor,

Hong Kong

林少枝

Kowloon.

115 Miss Lain

Kit-ying.

Sui Shing

Do.

Do.

Do.

24.6.27

School,

Happy Village,

林潔英

Fanling,

New

Territories.

120

Mrs. Kong

5, Western St.,

Do.

Do.

Kam-mun.

1st floor,

Alice Memorial and

12.5.21

Hong Kong

Affiliated

江金滿

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

* 121 Miss Chau

265, Lai Chi

Do.

Do.

Do.

24.4.31

Shuk-lan.

Kok Road,

1st floor,

周淑蘭

Shamshuipo.

* 123 Miss Chau

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

27.3.30

Suk-ching.

周淑清

124 Miss Wong

C/o. Shing

Do.

Do.

Tung Wah

5.5.32

Sui-king.

Lee Hong,

Hospital,

No. 306,

Hong Kong.

黃瑞瓊

623 Road,

Canton.

126 Miss Yeung

12, Ngor Kiang,

Do.

Do.

Sui-san.

Tang Lung

Alice Memorial and

Do.

Street,

Affiliated

楊瑞珊

Wanchai.

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

127

Miss Huen

25, Gillies

Do.

Do.

Do.

1.12.32

Sau-ying.

Avenue,

2nd floor,

禤秀瑛

Hung Hom.

128

Miss Lau

Tung Wah

Do.

Do.

Do.

5.5.32

Wai-ching.

Hospital,

Hong Kong.

劉惠貞

129

Miss Au Lai- 2, Sai Wan Hc,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

yung.

1st floor,

Shaukiwan

區勵鏞

131 Miss Li Lai- C/o. Sau Woo

ying.

Do.

Do.

Lau,

Reclamation

Tung Wab Hospital, Hong Kong.

1.12.32

李麗英

Street,

Yaumati.

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

}

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ROLL OF FEMALE NURSES-HONG KONG,-Continued.

No. IN REGIS-

NAME.

PERMANENT ADDRESS.

TER.

DATE OF REGIS-

TRATION.

QUALIFI-

CATION.

WHERE

TRAINED.

DATE OF QUALIFI-

CATION.

132 Miss Tam Sui| 113, Wanchai

1.4.33 Exist-

kam.

Road, 3rd floor,

ing Nurse.

Alice Memorial and Affiliated

27.3 30

1 譚瑞琴

Hong Kong.

Hospitals, Hong Kong.

139 Miss Wong

Oi-chan.

288, Lockhart Road,

28.4.33

Do.

Do.

7.3.33

2nd floor,

王愛眞

Hong Kong.

140 Miss Leung

326, Hennessy

Do.

Do.

Tung Wah

1.12.32

Yuk-king.

Road,

Hospital,

1st floor,

Hong Kong.

梁玉琼

Hong Kong.

142

Miss Lau Mie- 313, Yu Chau

yuk.

Street,

Do.

Do

Alice

27.3.30

Memorial and

1st floor,

Affiliated

劉美玉

Shamshuipo.

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

143 Miss Kam

C/o. Long Hing

Do.

Do.

Marion Barclay

6.1.32

Suk-fong.

& Co.,

Hospital,

8, Des Vœux

Kongmoon.

甘淑芳

Road,

Hong Kong.

145 Miss Leung

27, Babington

Do.

Do.

David Gregg

8.1.09

Im-hing,

Path,

Hospital for

(Florence

Hong Kong.

Women,

Leung).

Canton.

146 Miss Li

C/o. Dr. Woo,

Do.

Do.

Tung Wah

1.12.32

Tak-ling.

China Building,

Hospital.

4th floor,

Hong Kong.

李德靈

Hong Kong.

147

Miss Lam

Hong Kong

Do.

Do.

Canton Hospital 1921 &

Hak-chan.

Sanatorium and

Training School

1927

Hospital,

for Nurses and

林克眞

Hong Kong.

Macao Kang Wo

Hospital.

148

Miss Lam

Yuen-san.

Kwong Wah Hospital,

Do.

Do.

Tung Wah

1.12.32

Eastern

Hong Kong.

Hospital,

林潤珊

Hong Kong.

150 Miss Kong

Ping-man.

7, Breezy

29.4.33

Do.

Kong Chuen

18.12.20

Terrace,

2nd floor,

Hospital, Canton.

江平民

Hong Kong.

151

Miss Suen

3, Perfection

Do.

Do.

Oi-to.

孫愛徒

Place,

Causeway Bay,

Hong Kong.

Alice Memorial and

Affiliated

Hospitals, Hong Kong.

18.1.33

27

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ROLL OF FEMALE NURSES-HONG KONG,-Continued.

No. IN REGIS-

NAME.

PERMANENT ADDRESS.

DATE OF REGIS-

TRATION.

QUALIFI- WHERE

DATE OF QUALIFI-

CATION.

TRAINED.

CATION.

TER.

157 Miss Chau

Tung Wah

29.4.33 Exist-

Mui-yi.

Hospital,

Hong Kong.

ing Nurse.

Alice Memorial and

3.1.27

Affiliated

周妙儀

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

* 160 Miss Leung

C/o. Govern-

Do.

Do.

Do.

7.3.33

Tsai-ying.

ment

Dispensary,

梁齊英

Un Long.

163 Miss Wong Chi-

kin.

7, Breezy

1 0.

Do.

Do.

27.3.30

Terrace,

2nd floor,

黃志堅

Hong Kong.

164 Miss Lei Wai- fong.

65, Queen's

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Road Central,

3rd floor,

李慧芳

Hong Kong.

167 Miss Yuen Wai- Female Prison,

hing.

Do.

Do.

Tung Wah

1.12.32

Lai Chi Kok.

Eastern

Hospital,

袁惠馨

Hong Kong.

168 Miss Phoon

Tung Wah

Do.

Do.

Do.

29.4.33

Wan-chi.

Hospital,

Hong Kong.

潘蘊慈

170 Miss Li

49, Johnston

Do.

Do.

Do.

1.12.32

Suk-yin.

Road,

1st floor,

李淑賢

Hong Kong.

171 Miss Shum

66c, Bonham

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Yuen-ching.

Road,

3rd floor,

婉貞

Hong Kong.

173 Miss Yung Po-

yuen.

48, Bonham

Do.

Do.

Alice

18.1.33

Road,

Memorial and

1st floor,

Affiliated

容寶圓

Hong Kong.

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

174 Miss Kong Fei- 4, Haig Street,

chi.

Do.

Do.

Do.

27.3.30

3rd floor,

Wanchai.

江翡芝

175 Miss Gladys

Lau.

289, Lockhart

Do.

Do.

Road,

Top floor,

Government Hospitals, Hong Kong.

1.12.32

劉德愛

Hong Kong.

* 177 Miss Leung

Tsai-yau.

189, Des Voeux

Do.

Do.

Road.

1st floor,

梁齊有

Hong Kong.

Alice Memorial and

Affiliated

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

7.3.33

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant,

My

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ROLL OF FEMALE NURSES-HONG KONG,-Continued.

No. IN REGIS-

TER.

DATE OF

NAME.

PERMANENT

REGIS-

QUALIFI-

WHERE

ADDRESS.

CATION.

TRAINED.

DATE OF QUALIFI-

TRATION.

CATION.

178 Miss Pang

Yuk-king.

126, Fa Yuen Street,

29.4.33

Exist-

1st floor,

ing Nurse.

Alice Memorial and

24 3.33

Affiliated

彭玉瓊

Mongkok.

Hospitals.

Hong Kong.

181 Miss Tsang

Fung-yi.

145, Tsai Yi

Do.

Do.

Do.

8.3.33

Street,

1st floor,

會鳳儀

Mongkok.

184 Miss Poon

Suet-ching.

10, Lung Kai

8.5.33

Do.

Turner Training

12.5 27

Terrace,

1st floor,

潘雪貞

Tai Hang,

Hong Kong.

School for

Nurses, Canton,

and Nurses Association

of China Certificate.

* 185 Mrs. Yuen Sau- 149, Tung Choi

ching.

9.5.33

Do.

Alice

10.10.31

Street,

Memorial and

1st floor,

Affiliated

袁秀清

Mongkok.

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

186 Miss Tse Oi- lin.

6, Kilung

10.5.33

Do.

Tung Wah

1.12.32

Street,

Hospital,

2nd floor,

Hong Kong.

謝愛蓮

Kowloon.

187 Miss Yung

Kwai-ying.

69, Sha Po

Do.

Do.

Alice

Road,

Memorial and

May, 1933

1st floor,

Affiliated

容桂英

Kowloon City.

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

189 Miss Lam

7, Playing Field

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Hau-kim.

Road,

Ground floor,

林巧堅

Mongkok.

* 193 Miss Tai Fook-

zin.

145, Caine

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Road,

Hong Kong.

戴福善

194 Miss Tai

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Fook-sheung.

戴福常

195 Miss To Yuet- king.

16, Po Kong Chuen,

11.5.33

Do.

Fatshan Wes-

12.5.31

leyan School

Kowloon City.

of Nursing,

杜悅瓊

Fatshan, and Nurses

Association

of China Certificate.

200 Miss Chan

21, Ngar Tsiu

12.5.33

Do.

Yuk-laan.

Wai Road,

1 陳若蘭

1st floor, Kowloon.

Fatshan Hospital, Fatshan, China.

14.4.24

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

29

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ROLL OF FEMALE NURSES-HONG KONG,-Continued.

No. IN REGIS-

NAME.

PERMANENT ADDRESS.

DATE OF REGIS-

TRATION.

QUALIFI-

CATION.

WHERE

TRAINED.

DATE OF QUALIFI-

CATION.

TER.

203 Miss Luk Tsui-

ki.

120, Queen's

12.5.33 Exist-

Road Central,

ing

2nd floor,

Nurse.

Tung Wah Hospital, Hong Kong.

1.12.32

陸翠歧

Hong Kong.

205 | Miss Kwok

C/o. Dr. C. H.

Do.

Do.

Turner Training

28.5.21

King-tong.

Wan, China

School for

and

Building,

Nurses, Canton,

1902

郭勁棠

2nd floor,

Hong Kong.

206 Miss Lo King- C/o. Ng Sum

and Nurses

Association

of China

Certificate.

15.5.33

Do.

Tung Wah

5.5.32

yung.

Fook, Lane, |

Crawford, Ltd.,

Hospital, Hong Kong.

羅競容

Hong Kong.

208

Miss Leung Po-

yuk.

109, Lockhart 14.5.33!

Do.

Do.

Do.

Road,

2nd floor,

梁寶玉

Hong Kong.

209 Miss Wong

Sau-lin.

460, Prince

31.5.33

Do.

Do.

1.12.32

Edward Road,

黃秀蓮

210 Miss Lam

Woon-king.

1st floor,

Kowloon.

37A, Wellington 17.8.33 Nurse

Street,

Alice

July,

2nd floor,

林煥瓊

Hong Kong.

by Exam- ination.

Memorial and

1933

Affiliated

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

211 Miss Yung

Yuk-ching.

12, First Lane, Tai Hang,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Hong Kong.

翁玉清

*213 Miss Florence

49, Bridges

Do.

Do.

Government

Do.

Wong.

Street,

Hospitals,

Ground floor,

Hong Kong.

黃嬌艷

Hong Kong.

215 Miss Eunice

Chan.

21, Yuk Sau

29.8.33

Do.

Hong Kong

Do.

Street,

Sanatorium and

2nd floor,

Hospital,

陳秀英

Hong Kong.

Hong Kong.

216 Miss Yan Suk- tsan.

50, Sai Tau Village,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Kowloon City.

甄淑珍

217 Miss Yip Yuk- ping.

332, Lockhart

9.1.34

Do.

Alice

Dec.,

Road,

Memorial and

1933

1st floor,

Affiliated

葉玉屏

Hong Kong.

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

218 Miss Julia Tu

C/o. Mrs.

Do.

Do.

Government

Do.

White,

徐碧波

197, Wanchai

Road,

Top floor,

Hong Kong.

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

Hospitals, Hong Kong.

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ROLL OF FEMALE NURSES-HONG KONG,-Continued.

No. IN REGIS-

NAME.

PERMANENT ADDRESS.

DATE OF REGIS-

TRATION.

QUALIFI- WHERE

DATE OF QUALIFI-

| CATION.

TRAINED.

CATION.

TER.

220 Miss Theodora

Chen.

10, Tsap

9.1.34

Nurse

Government

Dec.,

Tseung Street,

by

Hospitals,

1933

Top floor,

Exam-

Hong Kong.

陳碧琨

Happy Valley,

ination.

Hong Kong.

221 Miss Ng Kong-

sheung.

1, Ning Yeung 22.12 33

Toy,

Do.

Alice Memorial and

Do.

Bonham Road,

Affiliated

吳絳常

2nd floor,

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

Hong Kong.

* 222 Miss Grace

Hue.

134, Queen's

Do.

Do.

Government

Do.

Road West,

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

Hong Kong.

許寶君

223 Miss Ruby

Chang.

12, Yik Yam

Do.

Do.

Hong Kong

Do.

Street,

Sanatorium and

Hong Kong.

Hospital,

鄭秀蘭

Hong Kong.

224 | Miss Ho King- ying.

Alice

15.6.34

Do.

Alice

May,

Memorial and

Memorial and

1934

Affiliated

Affiliated

何瓊英

Hospitals,

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

Hong Kong.

225 Mrs. May

White (May Chan).

197, Wanchai Road,

Do.

De.

Government

Do.

Hospitals,

Top floor,

Hong Kong.

Hong Kong.

226

Miss Ma Lai-

Alice

Do.

Do.

Alice

Do.

ching.

Memorial and

Memorial and

Affiliated

Affiliated

馬勵貞

Hospitals,

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

Hong Kong.

* 227

Miss Lei Miu-

13, Possession

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

ching.

Street,

Hong Kong.

李妙貞

228 Miss Chau Sui- Basel Mission

chan.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Church,

97, High

周瑞春

Street,

Hong Kong.

229 Miss Lam Wai-fan.

41, Yick Yam

Do.

Do.

Hong Kong

Do.

Street,

Sanatorium and

1st floor,

Hospital,

林慧芬

Hong Kong.

Hong Kong.

230 Miss Pau Sui- 57, Fook Wing

ping.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Street,

1st floor,

1 鮑穗屏

Shamshuipo.

232 Miss Alice

98, Kennedy

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Young.

Road,

Hong Kong.

楊賽鵼

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

31

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No. IN REGIS-

NAME.

PERMANENT ADDRESS.

TER.

DATE OF REGIS-

¡TRATION.

QUALIFI- WHERE

DATE OF QUALIFI-

CATION.

TRAINED.

CATION.

233 Miss Tam

Yuk-yee.

188, Hennessy 15.6.34 Nurse

Hong Kong

May,

Road,

by

Sanatorium

1934

2nd floor,

Exam-

and Hospital,

譚若愚

Hong Kong.

ination.

Hong Kong.

234 Miss Seen

326, Hennessy

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Shuk-yung.

Road,

1st floor,

單淑鏞

Hong Kong.

235 Miss Soo Wai-

lin.

237, Hollywood Road,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Ground floor,

蘇蓮

Hong Kong.

236 Miss Mary

Wong.

724, Nathan

Do.

Do

Do.

Do.

Road,

1st floor,

黃馬梨

Kowloon.

237 Miss Leung

Yuk-ha.

326, Hennessy!

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Road,

..

1st floor,

梁玉霞

! Hong Kong.

238 Miss Kwong

Big-fong.

23, Canal Road

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do

West,

1st floor,

鄺碧芳

Hong Kong.

239 Miss Kay Lai-

wan.

120, Prince

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Edward Road,

2nd floor,

基麗雲

Kowloon.

240

Miss Chan

Shun-ping.

Man Cheung

30.7.34 Exist-

Kong Chuen

Loong, Ching

ing

Hospital,

Loong Street,

Nurse.

Canton,

6.3.34 and 12.5.34

陳順娉

Cheung Chow.

and Nurses

Association of

China Certificate.

243 Miss Choi

Wai-ching.

5, Western 27.9.34

Street,

Nurse

Tung Wah

May,

by

Hospital,

1934

1st floor,

Exam-

Hong Kong.

蔡惠貞

Hong Kong.

ination.

244

Miss Leung

St. John Ambul-

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Suk-ching.

ance Hospital,

Kam Tin.

梁淑貞

* 245 Miss Cheng

434, Hennessy

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Lai-wan.

Road,

1st floor,

鄭麗雲

Hong Kong.

* 246

Miss Cheung

53, Kai Yee

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Siu-wah.

Street.

Ground floor,

張兆華

Kowloon City.

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

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ROLL OF FEMALE NURSES HONG KONG,-Continued.

33.

No. IN REGIS-

TER.

NAME.

PERMANENT ADDRESS.

DATE OF REGIS-

QUALIFI

WHERE

CATION,

TRAINED.

TRATION.

DATE OF QUALIFI-

CATION,..

247 Miss Tso Kit-

ming.

46,

Percival 27.9.34

Nurse

Tung Wah

May,

Street,

by

Hospital,

1934

Top floor,

Exam-

Hong Kong.

曹潔明

Hong Kong.

ination.

* 248 Miss Chan Pui- 14, Tam Woon Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

yee.

Tong Road,

2nd floor,

陳佩儀

Sai Wan.

249 Miss Yow Sin- wah.

76, Kai Yan Road,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

丘倩華

1st floor,

Kowloon City.

251

Miss Chan

48, Spring

19.12.34

Do.

Alice

Dec..

Memorial and

1934

Miu-yung. 陳妙容

Garden Street,

Top floor,

Affiliated

Wanchai.

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

252 Miss Lei Yuen- 22, Tai Ping

kin.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Shan Street,

3rd floor,

李畹堅

Hong Kong.

253

Miss Li Fook-

158, Queen's

Do

Do.

Tung Wah

Do.

sheung.

Road Central.

Hospital,

2nd floor,

Hong Kong.

李馥常

Hong Kong.

254 Miss Chow

Lai-lin.

39, Valley

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Road,

1st floor,

周麗蓮

Hong Kong, i

255

Miss Ruth

187, Up Siu

Do.

Do.

Government

Do.

Chan.

Street.

Hospitals,

Shamshuipo.

Hong Kong.

陳穎文

* 256

Miss Seto

Wai-kwan.

55, Wellington Street,

Do.

Do.

Tung Wah Hospital,

Do.

1st floor,

: Hong Kong.

司徒惠君 Hong Kong.

257

Miss Elsie

232, Des Voeux

7.6.85

Do.

Hong Kong

May,

Cheng.

Road.

Sanatorium

1935

1st floor,

and Hospital,

鄭偉如

Hong Kong.

Hong Kong.

258 Miss Laura Ho.

395, Shanghai

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Street,

何慕潔

2nd floor,

Yaumati.

259 Miss Maggie

Fung.

12, Shan Kwong Do.

Road,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Hong Kong.

馮如寶

260 Miss Stella Ng

51,

Austin

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Road,

吳蘭

2nd floor,

Yaumati.

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

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ROLL OF FEMALE NURSES-HONG KONG,-Continued.

No. IN REGIS-

TER,

NAME.

PERMANENT ADDRESS.

DATE OF REGIS-

TRATION.

QUALIFI- WHERE

DATE OF QUALIFI-

CATION.

TRAINED.

CATION,

* 261 Miss Betty

Yung.

Kowloon Infant

7.6.35

Nurse

Government

May,

Welfare Centre, Kowloon.

by

Hospitals,

1935

Exam-

Hong Kong.

容玉儀

ination.

* 262 Miss Constance

Queen Mary

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Wen.

Hospital,

Hong Kong.

溫佩瑜

* 263 Miss Lillian

Lum.

C/o. Mr. Leung Pin Poo,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

26, Queen's

林慕嫻

Road,

Hong Kong.

* 264 Miss Mak Kim 349, Hennessy

hung.

1.8.35

Do.

Tung Wah

Do.

Road,

Hospital,

1st floor,

Hong Kong.

麥劍雄

Hong Kong.

265 Miss Tang Kim-tak.

42, Square

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Street,

1st floor,

鄧劍德

Hong Kong.

i

266 Miss Ho

2, Haven

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Yee-han.

何綺霞

Street,

1st floor,

Causeway Bay,

Hong Kong.

269 Miss Eva Tong

136, Kennedy 20.12.35

Do.

Road,

Government Hospitals,

Dec.,

1935

湯紹英

1st floor,

Hong Kong.

Hong Kong.

* 270 Miss Bessie

Thom.

18, Fort Street, Top floor,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Hong Kong.

譚美梨

271 Miss Fanny

St. Paul's

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Tso.

Vicarage,

Glenealy,

曹範貽

Hong Kong.

275

Mrs. Doris K.

26, Yik Yam

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

L. Leong

Street,

(Doris

1st floor,

Cheung).

Hong Kong.

張勵慈

276 Miss Helen

Taam.

792, Nathan

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Road, 2nd floor, Kowloon.

譚瑞漢

277

Miss Lily

Shek.

Infant Welfare Centre,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

:

Hong Kong.

石季生

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

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ROLL OF FEMALE NURSES-HONG KONG,-Continued.

No. IN REGIS-!

TER.

NAME.

PERMANENT ADDRESS.

DATE OF REGIS-

QUALIFI- WHERE

DATE OF QUALIFI-

CATION.

TRAINED.

TRATION.

CATION.

278

Miss Nancy

7, Wong Nei

20.12.35

Nurse

Government

Dec.,

Taam.

Chong Road,

by

Hospitals,

1935

3rd floor,

Exam-

Hong Kong.

譚桂

Hong Kong.

ination.

280 Miss Mo Wai-C/o. Mr. S. C.

Do.

Do.

Tung Wah

Do.

ying.

Chan, Thomas

Eastern

Cook & Son,

Hospital,

毛偉英

Hong Kong.

Hong Kong.

281 Miss Lau Chi-

lin.

Tung Wah

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Eastern

Hospital,

劉紫蓮

Hong Kong.

285 Miss Shung Wai-man.

116, Mo Woo :

Do.

Do.

Hong Kong

Do.

Street,

Sanatorium and

1st floor,

Hospital,

宋惠民

Hung Hom.

Hong Kong.

286 Miss Lei Shuk- kan.

1, School Street,

Do.

Do.

Alice

Do.

Memorial and

Causeway Bay.

Affiliated

李淑勤

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

287 Miss Cheng Suk-ying.

73, Fa Yuen

Do.

Do.

Tung Wah Do.

Street,

1st floor,

Hospital, Hong Kong.

鄭淑賢

Mong Kok.

288 Miss Lee

Lai Chi Kok

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Yuen-yee.

Female Prison,

Kowloon.

李婉儀

290 Miss Tam Po- 122, Hollywood'

chun.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Road, 2nd floor, ⠀

Hong Kong.

譚寶珍

291 Miss Wong

190, Gloucester

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Chueh-hang.

Road, 3rd floor,

Hong Kong.

黃翠珩

292 Miss Wong

Kueh-tong.

51, Tung Lo

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Wan Road,

Ground floor,

黃紀棠

Hong Kong.

293 Miss Lei May-

chun.

81, Hollywood

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Road, 2nd floor,

Hong Kong.

李美珍

294

Miss Mary

23, D'Aguilar

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Fung.

Street,

Ground floor,

馮馬利

Hong Kong.

295 Miss Yuen

Ching-lin.

2, Haven

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Street,

袁清蓮

1st floor,

Causeway Bay,!

Hong Kong.

35

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ROLL OF FEMALE NURSES-HONG KONG,-Continued.

No. IN REGIS-

TER.

NAME.

PERMANENT ADDRESS.

DATE OF

REGIS-

TRATION.

QUALIFI- WHERE

DATE OF QUALIFI-

CATION.

TRAINED.

CATION.

296 Miss Tseung

Yee-kay.

70, Po Hing 20.12.35 Nurse

Fong,

Tung Wah

Dec.,

by

Hospital,

1935

2nd floor,

Exam-

Hong Kong.

蔣懿基

Hong Kong.

ination.

297

Miss Chung

Oi-lun.

160, Causeway Bay,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Ground floor,

鍾愛倫

Hong Kong.

298

Miss Marie

Dorothy Kavarana.

118. Taipo Road,

21.3.36

Do.

Top floor,

Government Hospitals, Hong Kong.

Do.

Kowloon.

* 299 Miss Liu Wai-

kuen.

56, High

Street,

: 10.6.36 Do.

Alice Memorial and

May,

1936

1st floor,

Affiliated

廖惠

Sai Ying Pun.

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

300 Miss Lei

Shuk-yi.

ཇ.

School

20.12.35 Do.

Do.

Do.

Street,

Ground floor,

李淑懿

Causeway Bay.

* 301

Miss Yeung

Kwai-lau.

159. Queen's

10.6.36 Do.

Do.

Do.

Road Central,

2nd floor,

楊桂榴

Hong Kong.

* 302 Miss Mak Wai-

laan.

41, Spring

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Garden Lane,

2nd floor,

麥慧蘭

Hong Kong.

303 Miss Hui Yuet-

lin.

4, Kei Lun

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Street,

2nd floor,

許月蓮

Sai Ying Pun.

* 304

Miss Chow

Wai-san.

3, Lut Lun Street,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Kowloon Tong.

周慧珊

* 396

Miss Agnes

Chue.

Kwong Wah Hospital,

Do.

Do.

Government

Do.

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

Hong Kong.

朱頌鸞

* 307 Miss Rebecca

Ts'o.

6, Shui Fai

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Terrace,

Stubbs Road,

曹慧姫

Hong Kong.

308 Miss Alice

Law.

123, Second

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Street,

2nd floor,

羅志雄

Hong Kong.

309 Miss Sit Pui-

kwok.

314, Lockhart

Do.

Do.

Tung Wah

Do.

Road, 1st floor,

Eastern

Hong Kong.

Hospital,

薛沛幗

Hong Kong.

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

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ROLL OF FEMALE NURSES-HONG KONG,-Continued.

No. IN REGIS-

TER.

NAME.

PERMANENT ADDRESS.

DATE OF REGIS-

QUALIFI- WHERE

DATE OF QUALIFI-

CATION.

TRAINED.

TRATION.

CATION.

310 Miss Yiu

38, Po Tak

10.6.36

Nurse

Tung Wah

May,

Chung-ngan.

•Street,

by

Eastern

1936

1st floor,

Exam-

Hospital,

饒頌顏

Hong Kong.

ination.

Hong Kong.

311 Miss Lui Lai-227, Des Voeux

kwan.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Road West,

2nd floor,

呂麗群

Hong Kong.

312

Miss Dora

18, Nanking

Do

Do.

Government

Do.

Hoh

Street,

Hospitals,

(Mrs. Ha).

Kowloon.

Hong Kong.

何婧如

314 Miss Constance 32, Pokfulam

21.12.36

Do.

Hong Kong

Dec..

Wong.

Road,

Sanatorium

1936

3rd floor,

and Hospital,

黃少嫻

Hong Kong.

Hong Kong.

315 Miss Chan

Wai-man.

27, Hing Lung Street,

Do

Do.

Do.

Do.

Ground floor,

陳偉民

Hong Kong.

316 Miss Tai Mei-

chun.

9. Tai Hang,

Do

Do.

Do.

Do.

Yee Hong,

1st floor,

戴美珍

Hong Kong.

317 Miss Doris

Layne.

9

21, Hau Wong Road,

Do.

Do.

Government Hospitals,

Do.

2nd floor,

Hong Kong.

連鳳儀

Kowloon City.

* 318 Miss Edna

Kowloon

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Wong.

Hospital,

Kowloon.

黃如心

320 Miss Kong

37, Shek Kip

Do.

Do.

Kwong Wah

Do.

May-ting.

Mei Street,

Hospital,

3rd floor,

Hong Kong.

鄺美庭

Shamshuipo.

322 Miss Wong

13, Wun Sha

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Jick-kum.

Street,

2nd floor,

黃積金:

Tai Hang.

323 Miss Cheung

C/o. Rev. C. L.

Do.

Do.

Alice

Do.

Pooi-laan.

Cheung,

Memorial and

Hop Yat

Affiliated

張培蘭

Church,

Hospitals,

2, Bonham

Hong Kong.

Road,

Hong Kong.

* 324 Miss Hau

11, Kei Lei San

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Wing-fong.

Street,

1st floor,

侯詠芳

Hong Kong.

325 Miss Chan

Tsui-kwan.

98, Kennedy

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Road,

Hong Kong.

陳翠群

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

37

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ROLL OF FEMALE NURSES-HONG KONG,-Continued.

1940.

No. IN REGIS-

NAME.

PERMANENT ADDRESS.

DATE OF REGIS-

TRATION.

QUALIFI- WHERE

DATE OF QUALIFI-

CATION.

TRAINED.

CATION.

TER.

327 Miss Chan

Nga-man.

陳雅文

C/o. Hung

Hong Co.

(Hong Kong)

14.4.37 Exist-

Phung Mai

ing

Fatshan Methodist

May,

1936

Nurse.

Hospital,

and N.A.C.

Ltd.,

Certificate.

200-6, Sam

Yack, New

Road,

Bangkok, Siam.

329 Miss Florence Fu.

62B, Bonham Road,

12.6.37

Nurse

Government

May,

by

Hospitals,

1937

Hong Kong.

Exam-

Hong Kong.

傅娟容

ination.

* 332 Miss Winnie

Koo.

Mok Yung

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Road,

Tungshan,

古煥斌

Canton.

* 333 Miss Frances

King.

Queen Mary

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Hospital,

Hong Kong.

王桂英

336 Miss Leung Wai-hing.

115, Lockhart

Do.

Do.

Hong Kong

Do.

Road, 3rd floor,

Sanatorium

Hong Kong.

and Hospital,

梁蕙馨

Hong Kong.

337 Miss Wong

Mei-yee.

16, Kennedy

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Terrace,

Hong Kong.

黃美懿

338 Miss Wong

Lai-wah.

Hong Kong

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Sanatorium

and Hospital,

黃麗華

Hong Kong.

339 Miss Leung

3, Queen's

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Shut-chong.

Road East,

2nd floor,

梁雪莊

Hong Kong.

340 Miss Tam

308, Des

Do.

Do.

Tung Wah

Do.

Suet-lueh.

Vœux Road

Hospital,

Central,

Hong Kong.

譚雪侶

1st floor,

Hong Kong.

341 Miss Ngo

Chung-yee.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Dec., 1936

敖仲儀

* 343

Miss Wong

9, Po Hing

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Tek-see.

Fong, 2nd floor,

Hong Kong.

344

Miss Wong

194, Lockhart

Do.

Do.

Do.

May,

Tak-fun.

Road,

1937

1st floor,

王德芬

Wanchai.

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

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ROLL OF FEMALE NURSES-HONG KONG,-Continued.

No. IN REGIS-

NAME.

PERMANENT ADDRESS.

TER.

DATE OF REGIS-

TRATION.

QUALIFI- WHERE

CATION.

TRAINED.

345 Miss Lam

Yeuk-laan.

林若蘭

DATE OF QUALIFI-

CATION.

C/o. Mrs.

12.6.37 Nurse

Leung Yuk-

by

Alice Memorial and

May,

1937

kiu,

37, Bonham

Road,

2nd floor,

Exam-

Affiliated

ination.

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

Hong Kong.

* 346 Miss Pun Chi-

wing.

C/o. Mr. Pun

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Kam-yung,

潘志詠

14, Water

Street,

1st floor,

Hong Kong.

* 347 Miss Chiu

3, Third Street,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Kwan-fuk.

Saiyingpun,

Hong Kong.

招壷福

348 Miss Chak Po-

lin.

2, Perfection Place,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Causeway Bay,

翟寳蓮

Hong Kong.

349 Miss Tse Yuk-

lin.

2, Boundary

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Street,

1st floor,

謝玉蓮

Shamshuipo.

350 Miss Wong Kam-jee.

13, Wun Sha

Do.

Do.

Kwong Wah

Do.

Street,

Hospital,

2nd floor,

Hong Kong.

黃金志

Tai Hang,

Hong Kong.

352 Miss Kong

13, Wun Sha

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Wan-sang.

Street,

Causeway

江韻笙

Bay,

Hong Kong.

* 353

Miss Wong

Tak-ying.

44, Kei Yan Road,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Kowloon City.

黃德瑛

354 Miss Chan Mui-pak.

29, Cheung Sha

Wan Road,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

1st floor,

陳梅白

Kowloon.

*355 Miss Ruth

3, Gresson

15.12.37

Do.

Naidu.

Street,

Wanchai.

Government Hospitals, Hong Kong.

Dec..

1937

杜路得

356 Miss Lavinia

Lai.

C/o. Queen

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Mary Hospital,

Hong Kong.

黎文芳

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

39

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ROLL OF FEMALE NURSES-HONG KONG,-Continued.

No. IN REGIS-

TER.

NAME.

PERMANENT ADDRESS.

DATE OF REGIS-

TRATION.

QUALIFI-

CATION.

WHERE

TRAINED.

DATE OF QUALIFI-

CATION.

357 Miss Kwok

Hak-yue.

318, Battery Street,

15.12.37

Nurse

Kwong Wah

Dec.,

by

Hospital,

1937

2nd floor,

Exam-

Hong Kong.

郭克余

Kowloon.

ination.

358 Miss Chung

Pik-fong.

187, Tai Nan

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Street,

2nd floor,

鍾璧芳

Shamshuipo.

king.

359 Miss Chan Pui 27, Hing Lung

Street,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

1st floor,

陳佩瓊

Hong Kong.

360 Miss Chung

Pik-ung.

187, Tai Nan

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Street,

2nd floor,

鍾璧鶯

Shamshuipo.

361 Miss Ng Yut- mui.

33, Wellington Street,

Do.

Do

Do.

Do.

Ground floor,

吳月梅

Hong Kong.

362 Miss Yu Ping- yuk.

288, Lai Chi

2 2.38

Do.

Do.

Do.

Kok Road,

余冰玉

2nd floor,

Shamshuipo.

*363 Miss Mary

Tsui.

Shek Lo,

15.12,37

Do.

Government

Do.

Cheung Him Village,

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

徐梅英

Fanling, N.T.

* 364 Miss Sylvia

Chung.

1, Sui Wah

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Terrace,

1st floor,

鍾鳳韶

365 Miss Jean M.

Hong Kong.

Hong Kong

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Tuey.

Sanatorium and

Hospital,

崔若薇

Hong Kong.

* 366

Miss Alice

17, Gap Road,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Kwan.

5th floor,

Hong Kong.

關德馨

367 Miss Chui Fu-

yung.

10, Koon Ma

Do.

Do.

Hong Kong

Do.

Terrace,

Sanatorium

1st floor,

and Hospital,

崔富容

Hong Kong.

Hong Kong.

368 Miss Ng Wai-

kau.

21, Tai Po Larm,

Do.

Do.

Alice

Do.

Memorial and

Ground floor,

Affiliated

吳偉球

Macao.

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

369

Miss Faan So-

5,

Prince's

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

chee.

Terrace,

1st floor,

范素慈

Hong Kong.

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

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ROLL OF FEMALE NURSES HONG KONG,--Continued.

No. IN REGIS-

TER.

NAME.

PERMANENT ADDRESS.

DATE OF REGIS-

TRATION.

QUALIFI-

CATION.

WHERE

TRAINED.

DATE OF QUALIFI-

CATION.

shin.

370 Miss Lau Mei- 313, Yu Chow 15.12.37

1st floor,

Nurse

Alice

Dec.,

Street,

by

Memorial and

1937

Exam-

Affiliated

劉美善

Shamshuipo.

ination.

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

371

Miss Leung

48, Robinson

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Koon-koon.

Road,

Ground floor,

梁官官

Hong Kong.

374 Miss Wong I-

14, To Lee

1.6.38

Exist-

Marion Barclay

9.1.37

man.

Terrace,

ing

Hospital,

2nd floor,

Nurse.

Kongmoon,

Kennedy Town.

and N.A.C.

Certificate.

*375 Miss Cheung

Shuk-chi.

C/o. Yue To

21.6.38

Nurse

Kwong Wah

June,

Bank,

by

Hospital,

1938

64A, Bonham

Exam-

Hong Kong.

張淑芝

Strand,

ination.

Hong Kong.

376 Miss Chan

Sau-sang.

267, Lai Chi Kok Road,

2.6.38

Do.

Do.

Do.

3rd floor,

陳秀生

Shamshuipo.

377

Miss Tso Man-

ying.

31, Pei Lee

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Street,

2nd floor,

曹文英

Hong Kong.

378 Miss Tsang

31, Yuk Sau

29.6.38

Do.

Alice

Do.

Chiu-yung.

Street,

Memorial and

2nd floor,

Affiliated

會有容

Hong Kong.

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

379 Miss Ho Sau- 69, Fuk Wing

chan.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Street,

2nd floor,

何秀珍

Shamshuipo.

380 Miss Yeung

Yin-mui.

47, Shek Kip

4.7.38 Do.

Mei Street,

Tung Wah Eastern

Do.

2nd floor,

Hospital,

楊燕梅

Shamshuipo.

Hong Kong.

* 381 Miss Kathleen

3, Po Wah

Do.

Do.

Government

Do..

Yung.

Street,

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

Hong Kong.

容淑貞

* 382

Miss Lillian

C/o. Miss N. Y.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Mildred Lum.

Lum,

Hong Kong

林玉蓮

Sanatorium

and Hospital,

Hong Kong.

383 Miss Edith

Tseng.

74, Castle Peak Road,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

1st floor,

鄭婉嫺

Kowloon.

• An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

41

42

No. IN REGIS-

TER.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1940.

ROLL OF FEMALE NURSES-HONG KONG,-Continued.

NAME.

PERMANENT ADDRESS

DATE OF REGIS-

TRATION.

QUALIFI-

CATION.

WHERE

TRAINED.

DATE OF QUALIFI- CATION.

384 Miss Ng Shuk- haan.

546, Nathan Road,

12.7.38

3rd floor,

Exist ing Nurse.

Turner Training

1936

School for

Nursing,

吳淑嫻

Kowloon.

David Gregg

Hospital,

Canton,

and N.A.C.

Certificate.

389 Miss Lau

Pui Ying

7.12.38

Do.

Fatshan

Wing-seung.

College,

Methodist

Tong Ka

劉詠堂

Garden,

Mong Ha,

Macao.

School of Nursing,

and N.A.C. Certificate.

391

Miss Chau Chi-

8, Stanton

19.12.38 Nurse

Tung Wah

Dec.,

tuen.

Street,

by

Eastern

1938

2nd floor,

Exam-

Hospital,

周智端

Hong Kong.

ination.

Hong Kong.

392 Miss Ho Sau- 193, Johnston

wah.

Road,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

3rd floor,

何秀華

Hong Kong.

394 Miss Choi

Kwan-chi.

81, Wong Nei

Do.

Do.

Hong Kong

Do.

Chong Road,

Sanatorium &

Hong Kong.

Hospital,

蔡坤慈

Hong Kong.

395 Miss Leung

66, Canton

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Chi-kin.

Road,

2nd floor,

梁志堅

Kowloon.

396

Miss Clara

Lum.

2, Tramway Path,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Hong Kong.

林雪雲

397 Miss Mak Man- shau.

77, Wong Nei

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Chong Road,

1st floor,

麥敏秀

Hong Kong.

399 Miss Wong

Wan-hang.

12, Tan Kwai

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Village,

Un Long,

王蘊衡

New Territories.

400 Miss Kan Wai- chue.

60, Johnston

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Road,

1st floor,

簡惠珠

Hong Kong.

401

Miss Chan Yin- 330, Reclama-

ping.

tion Street,

Do.

Do.

Kwong Wah

Do.

Hospital,

Ground floor,

Hong Kong.

陳燕萍

Mongkok.

402 Miss Ip Kam-

sing.

金成

386, Portland Street,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

2nd floor,

Kowloon.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1940.

ROLL OF FEMALE NURSES-HONG KONG,-Continued.

No. IN REGIS-

NAME.

PERMANENT ADDRESS.

DATE OF REGIS-

QUALIFI- WHERE

DATE OF QUALIFI-

CATION.

TRAINED.

TER

TRATION.

CATION.

403 Miss Lee Fung- Kwong Wah

ying.

19.12.38

Nurse

Kwong Wah

Dec.,

Hospital,

by

Hospital,

1938

Hong Kong.

Exam-

Hong Kong.

李鳳英

ination.

404 Miss Lam

11, Fa Yuen

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Shuk-han.

Street,

3rd floor,

林淑嫻

Mongkok.

405 Miss Tang

Yuen-fong.

Ping Shan

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Country,

鄧婉芳

Shown Tak Tong No. 109,

New Territories.

406 Miss Chung

Chee-keung.

190, Gloucester Road,

Do.

Do.

Tung Wah

Do.

Hospital,

Hong Kong.

Hong Kong.

鍾自強

407 Miss Lee Yick- kam.

26, Fai Lung

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Terrace,

李奕錦

Hong Kong.

408 Miss Watt Po- hing.

39,

Graham

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Street,

Ground floor.

屈寳馨

409 Miss Wong Siu- fong.

Tung Wah

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Hospital,

黃倩芳

Hong Kong.

410 Miss Chan

Alice

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Shuk-hang.

Memorial and

Affiliated

陳淑珩

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

411 Miss Chiong

Wai-chau.

25, Caine Road,

Do.

Do.

Alice

Do.

Hong Kong.

Memorial and

Affiliated

蔣蕙儔

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

412 Miss Yeung

Tsoi-aan.

98, Kennedy Road,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Hong Kong.

楊賽雁

*413 Miss Mary

1, Queen's

Do.

Do.

Government

Do.

Chan.

Road East,

Hospitals,

2nd floor,

Hong Kong.

陳麗淳

Hong Kong.

* 414 Miss Lena

Cheung.

77, Chun Yeung

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Street,

Top floor,

張麗英

Hong Kong.

* 416 Miss Annie

Wah-lee.

79, Wong Nei

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Chong Road,

3rd floor,

甄志文

Hong Kong.

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

43

44

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1940.

ROLL OF FEMALE NURSES-HONG KONG,-Continued.

NO. IN REGIS-

TER.

NAME.

PERMANENT ADDRESS.

DATE OF REGIS-

QUALIFI- WHERE

DATE OF QUALIFI-

CATION.

TRAINED.

TRATION.

CATION.

* 417 Miss Eileen

Pin.

219, Shanghai 19.12.38 Nurse

Street,

by

Government Hospitals,

Dec.,

1938

Yaumati.

Exam-

Hong Kong.

卞愛蓮

ination.

* 418 Miss Lucy

Wong.

10, Tsap Tseng Street,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Top floor,

黃美蓉

Hong Kong.

419 Miss Young

305, Castle

2.3.39 Exist-

Ling Nam

1937

Kwai-on.

Peak Road,

1st floor,

ing Nurse.

University

Pok Tsai

楊貴安

Kowloon.

420 Miss Lo

So-wan.

盧素雲

326, Hennessy

Road,

1st floor,

Wanchai,

Hong Kong.

Hospital,

Canton, and Nurses Association

of China Certificate.

3.4.39

Do.

Marion Barclay

Dec.,

1929

Hospital, Kongmoon, and Nurses Association

of China Certificate.

School for

421 Miss Cheung

Tsung-hing.

C/o. Alice

14.4.39

Do.

Turner Training

3.2.34

Memorial and

Affiliated

張頌馨

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

Nurses, David

Gregg Hospital for Women and Children, Peiping Union Medical College and Nurses Association

of China Certificate.

Hospital, Kongmoon,

422 Miss Yau

30, Argyle

17.6.39 Do.

Marion Barclay

9.1.37

Mo-ching.

Street,

2nd floor,

丘慕貞

Kowloon.

and Nurses

Association

of China Certificate.

F

423 Miss Chan

Uet-sau

13, Cheung Sha

6.7.39

Do.

Do.

1937

Wan Road,

陳月秀

2nd floor,

Shamshuipo.

424 Miss Cheung

Suk-yin.

167, Tam

Kung Road, Kowloon.

張淑賢

29.6.39 Nurse

by Exam- ination.

Kwong Wah

June,

Hospital,

1939

Hong Kong.

425 Miss Luk

Kwong Wah

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Chi-wai.

Hospital,

Hong Kong.

陸志偉

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1940.

ROLL OF FEMALE NURSES-HONG KONG,-Continued.

No. IN REGIS-

TER.

NAME.

PERMANENT ADDRESS.

DATE OF REGIS-

TRATION.

QUALIFI-

CATION.

WHERE

TRAINED.

DATE OF QUALIFI-

CATION.

426 Miss Chan

So-hang.

Hong Kong

29.6.39

Nurse

Hong Kong ! June,

Sanatorium

by

Sanatorium

1939

and Hospital,

Exam-

and Hospital,

陳素杏

Hong Kong.

ination.

Hong Kong.

427 Miss Maggie

Ho.

Tsz Lan

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Terrace,

Ground floor,

何哲華

West Point,

Hong Kong.

428 Miss Yue

Tak-hing.

251, Lockhart Road,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Hong Kong.

余德馨

429 Miss Chan

Fung-chan.

18, Second Street,

Do.

Do.

Tung Wah

Do.

Eastern

2nd floor,

Hospital,

陳鳳珍

Saiyingpun,

Hong Kong.

Hong Kong.

430 Miss Hung

185, Peiho

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Sui-ching.

Street,

1st floor,

洪瑞清

Shamshuipo.

431

Miss Hung

Ching chu.

10, King Kwong Street,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

1st floor,

孔靜珠

Happy Valley,

Hong Kong.

432 Miss Yeung

Tsui-lin.

140, Tung Choi

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Street,

Ground floor,

楊翠蓮

Mong Kok.

433 Miss Au

Hei-lan.

21, Leighton

Do.

Do.

Tung Wah

Do.

Hill Road,

Hospital,

Hong Kong.

Hong Kong.

區鰲蘭

434 Miss Kwok

Yuk-king.

21, Gage Street, 2nd floor,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Hong Kong.

郭玉瓊

435 Miss Lee

Hon-king.

175, Peiho Street,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

3rd floor,

李漢瓊

Shamshuipo.

436 Miss Yip

136, Jaffé

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Wai-fong.

Road,

Ground floor,

葉慧芳

Hong Kong.

* 437 Miss Marion

Soon.

2, Hill Road,

Do.

Do.

Government

Do.

Kowloon.

Hospitals,

Hong Kong.

孫惠原

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

45

46

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1940.

ROLL OF FEMALE NURSES-HONG KONG,-Continued.

No. IN REGIS-

TER.

NAME.

PERMANENT ADDRESS.

DATE OF REGIS-

QUALIFI-

CATION.

WHERE

TRAINED.

DATE OF QUALIFI-

TRATION.

CATION.

* 438 Miss Gladys

Szto.

8, Tin Lok

29.6.39

Lane,

Nurse by

Government

June,

Hospitals,

1939

Wanchai,

Exam-

Hong Kong.

司徒安

Hong Kong.

ination.

* 439

Miss Lucy Yip.

St. Stephen's

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Church,

葉恩愛

Pokfulam

Road,

Hong Kong.

440 Miss Chu

Y.W.C.A.,

1.8.39

Exis-

Shu-yu.

Bonham Road,

Hong Kong.

ting Nurse.

Peiping Union Medical College

1932

and Nurses

曲淑瑜

Association

441

Miss Tsoi

21, Wing Kut

8.9.39

Do.

Tsing-fong.

Street,

1st floor,

蔡清芳

Shing Cheung

Lung Co.,

Kowloon.

of China Certificate.

Hospital, Kongmoon,

and Nurses

Association

of China

Marion Barclay

1934

Certificate.

442 Miss Shi

Do.

2.10.39

Do.

Do.

1931

Tsui-hing.

施翠癎

443

Miss Lai I-kan.

422, Prince

30.10.39

Do.

Turner Training

1934

Edward

School for

黎懿勤

Road,

3rd floor,

Kowloon.

441

Miss Constance 17, Observatory 13.11.39

Do.

Nora Mellor

Road,

(Mrs. God-

Top floor,

frey).

Kowloon.

Nurses, David

Gregg Hospital for Women and Children, Canton, and Nurses Association

of China Certificate with Honours.

Government

Hospital,

Western Australia,

Certificate

from Nurses' Registration

9.1.34

Board, Western

Australia.

445 Miss Wu

47, Grampian 6.12.39

Do.

Danford

1936

Shu I.

Road,

Memorial

Kowloon.

Hospital,

吳素儀

Kiukiang

J

Province,

and Nurses Association

of China Certificate.

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

A

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1940.

ROLL OF FEMALE NURSES-HONG KONG,-Continued.

No. IN REGIS-

NAME.

PERMANENT ADDRESS.

TER.

DATE OF REGIS-

TRATION.

QUALIFI-

CATION.

WHERE

DATE OF QUALIFI-

TRAINED.

CATION.

446 Miss Daisy E.

Howard (Mrs. Ian

È. Heath).

287, Prince Edward Road, Kowloon Tong.

29.12 39

Exist-

ing

Whipps Cross Hospital,

1932

Nurse. County Borough,

of West Ham.

Certificate from General

Nursing Council for England and

Wales.

Hospital,

447 Miss Elizabeth

47, Granville

Do.

Do.

Royal Jubilee

1931

Frances

Crichton

Road, Kowloon.

(Mrs. E. F.

Ramsay).

British Columbia.

Certificate

from Nurses

Association of

British Columbia.

47

48

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTĘ, JANUARY 5, 1940.

ROLL OF MALE NURSES-HONG KONG.

1940.

No. IN REGIS-

NAME.

PERMANENT ADDRESS.

DATE OF REGIS-

TRATION.

QUALIFI-

WHERE

CATION.

TRAINED.

TER.

DATE OF QUALIFI-

CATION.

*I Mr. Chan Kam- 126, Connaught 15.12.32

fook.

Road Central,

Hong Kong.

Exist- ing Nurse.

Government

20.6.31

Hospitals, Hong Kong.

| 陳金福

3 Mr. Wong

231, Queen's

Do.

Do.

Do.

19.5.24

Sing-pan.

Road West,

3rd floor,

黃彬

Hong Kong.

* 4 Mr. Sham

Kwok-fai.

Kowloon

Do.

Do.

Do.

15.4.32

Hospital,

Kowloon.

岑國輝

*5 Mr. Cheuk Sui-

bun.

83, Argyle

Do.

Do.

Do.

19.5.24

Street,

2nd floor,

卓瑞賓

Mongkok.

6 Mr. Ng Nai- ching.

399, Queen's

Do.

Do.

Do.

20.6.31

Road West,

1st floor,

吳乃徵

Hong Kong.

.

* 7 Mr. Li U-

cheung.

29, Western

11.5.33

Do.

Do.

19.5.24

Street,

3rd floor,

李裕祥

Hong Kong.

*8 Mr. Wong

Chak-sang.

299, Queen's 15.12.32

Do.

Do.

12.5.30

Road West,

1st floor,

黃澤生

Hong Kong.

*9 Mr. Ho Chak- kun.

43, Catchick

Do.

Do.

Do.

20.6.31

Street,

2nd floor,

何澤權

Hong Kong.

*

10

Mr. Chan Shi-

3, Ying Wah Terrace,

1.4.33

Do.

Do.

27.7.29

yuen.

陳思源

* 11 Mr. Liu Pok.

Ground floor,

Hong Kong.

Hong Kong.

Queen Mary

15.12.32

Do.

Do.

Do.

Hospital,

廖博

* 12 Mr. Lau Lai-

san.

87, Tung Choi Street,

1.1.33

Do.

Do.

12.12.32

1st floor,

劉麗山

Mongkok.

14 Mr. Ho Chiu.

War Memorial

29.4.33

Do.

Nursing Home,

Peak Hospital, Hong Kong.

April,

1932

1 何潮

The Peak,

Hong Kong.

* 15 Mr. Lau Kwok- 2, Tung Choi

iu.

Street,

2nd floor,

劉國耀

Mongkok.

10.5.33

Do.

Government

1.12.32

Hospitals, Hong Kong.

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

$

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1940.

No. 22.

MEDICAL Department.

The following additions to the Register of Medical Practitioners

entitled to practise Medicine in this Colony, published in Government Notification No. 362 of the 5th May, 1939, pursuant to the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1935, are published for general information :-

PERSONS QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

NATURE OF QUALIFICATION.

DATE OF QUALIFICATION.

Fung Fa Lun.

91, Caine Road.

馮化麟

Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians and Licentiate of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh. Licentiate of the Royal Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glas-

gow.

1939.

1939.

Ma Chiu Chong. 馬超壯

Fir House,

Pokfulam Road.

Fok Wing Kai.

48, Bonham Road.

霍永楷

4th January, 1940.

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.

18th Dec., 1939.

19th Dec., 1939.

P. S. SELWYN-CLARKE,

Director of Medical Services.

51

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 23. 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 day of February, 1940, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before that date:---

Number of Trade Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietor.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

File

No.

No, 87 of 1920.

Woo Brothers of No. 6, Queen's Road Central, Victoria in the Colony of Hong Kong.

5th January, 1940.

4th January, 1940.

400

of 1939.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1940.

ROLL OF MALE NURSES HONG KONG,-Continued.

No. IN REGIS-

NAME.

PERMANENT ADDRESS.

DATE OF REGIS-

TRATION.

QUALIFI- WHERE

DATE OF QUALIFI-

CATION.

TRAINED.

CATION.

TER.

16 Mr. Woo Tick-

yiu.

34, First

10.5.33 Exist-

Government

April,

Street,

2nd floor,

ing Nurse.

Hospitals,

1933

Hong Kong.

胡滌愚

Saiyingpun.

*17 Mr. Man Tai-

kwong.

69, Second

20.12.35 Nurse

Do.

Dec.,

Street,

by

1935

1st floor,

Exam-

Hong Kong.

ination.

18 Mr. Yuen Hon- 21, Long Kong

ching.

1st floor,

Kowloon City.

10.6.36

Do.

Do.

May,

Road,

1936

袁漢清

* 19 Mr. Yeung

304, Lockhart

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Yuk-cheung.

Road,

2nd floor,

楊毓章

Hong Kong.

20 Mr. Yau Lin-

sing.

452, Prince

21.12.36 Do.

Do.

Dec.,

Edward Road,

1936

1st floor,

游鸞陞

Kowloon.

* 22 Mr. Li Chuen- chi.

76, Third

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Street,

2nd floor,

李存芝

Hong Kong.

23 Mr. Wong Iu- wing.

504, Prince

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Edward Road,

1st floor,

黃耀榮

Kowloon.

25 Mr. Lo Long-

hin

13, Hung

15.12.37

Do.

Do.

Dec.,

Shing Street,

1937

1st floor,

盧朗軒

Aplichau,

Aberdeen.

26 Mr. Sun Yuk-

9, Ying Wah

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

man.

Terrace,

Ground floor,

孫育民

West Point,

Hong Kong.

* 27

Mr. Li

87, Chung

4.7.38 Do.

Do.

June,

Yick-chung.

Choi Street,

1938

李翼中

2nd floor,

Mongkok.

* 29 Mr. Wong

Shun-wing.

504, Prince

19.12.38 Do.

Do.

Dec.,

Edward Road,

1938

1st floor,

黃順榮

Kowloon.

* 30

Mr. Wong

Chiu-kwai.

5, Rutter

Street,

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

1st floor,

黃朝貴

Hong Kong.

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

49

50

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1940.

ROLL OF MALE NURSES-HONG KONG,-Continued.

No. IN REGIS-

NAME.

PERMANENT ADDRESS.

DATE OF REGIS-

QUALIFI- WHERE

DATE OF QUALIFI-

CATION.

TRAINED.

TRATION.

CATION.

TER.

*31 Mr. Frederick

Yuen.

58, Fok Wah Street,

19.12.38 Nurse

Government

Dec.,

by

Hospitals,

1938

Ground floor,

Exam-

Hong Kong.

阮栢廷

Shamshuipo.

ination.

* 32 Mr. Lee

640, Canton

29.6.39

Do.

Do.

Chung-wen.

Road,

June, 1939.

2nd floor,

李仲文

Yaumati.

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

P. S. SELWYN-CLARKE,

Director of Medical Services.

5th January, 1940.

$

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1940.

No. 22.

MEDICAL Department.

The following additions to the Register of Medical Practitioners

entitled to practise Medicine in this Colony, published in Government Notification No. 362 of the 5th May, 1939, pursuant to the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1935, are published for general information :-

PERSONS QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

NATURE OF QUALIFICATION.

DATE OF QUALIFICATION.

Fung Fa Lun.

91, Caine Road.

馮化麟

Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians and Licentiate of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh. Licentiate of the Royal Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glas-

gow.

1939.

1939.

Ma Chiu Chong. 馬超壯

Fir House,

Pokfulam Road.

Fok Wing Kai.

48, Bonham Road.

霍永楷

4th January, 1940.

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.

18th Dec., 1939.

19th Dec., 1939.

P. S. SELWYN-CLARKE,

Director of Medical Services.

51

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 23. 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 day of February, 1940, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before that date:---

Number of Trade Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietor.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

File

No.

No, 87 of 1920.

Woo Brothers of No. 6, Queen's Road Central, Victoria in the Colony of Hong Kong.

5th January, 1940.

4th January, 1940.

400

of 1939.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1940.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 24.-It is hereby notified that the following trade marks have been removed from the Trade Marks Register under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909 :-

Number of Marks.

Classes in

Date of Registration.

Names and Addresses of Owners.

which registered.

File Nos.

1897.

No. 169 of 1911.

Nos. 181 (A-F) of 22nd October, N. P. Nathan's Sons, Manchester, England.

1897.

25th November, Regal Shoe Co., No. 105 Summer Street, Boston,

31, 32,

266

34, 35,

of 1939.

24 & 25 respectively.

38

1911.

Massachusetts.

160 of 1939.

Nos. 176 to 179 of 1911.

11th December, 1911.

Wong Kam-fuk trading as the Kam Hing Knitting and Weaving Factory, of No. 24 Haiphong Road, Kowloon, in the Colony of Hong Kong.

38

169 of 1939.

No. 180 of 1911.

23rd December, 1911.

Mitsui Bussan Kaisha Ltd., Prince's Building,

Ice House Street, Victoria, Hong Kong.

42

216

of 1939.

Nos. 316 to 320 of 1925.

7th April, 1925.

No. 337 of 1925.

8th June,

1925.

A. Gocke & Co, of China Building, Victoria in 34, 34, 35,

the Colony of Hong Kong.

35 & 35 respectively.

Dr. Kurt Albert Paul Pfund trading as Miecne Zavody of 404, Tesbbitzerstrasse Lobsitz, Bohemia.

651 of 1938.

42

67 of 1939.

Nos. 403 & 404 of 1925.

Nos. 417 to 419

of 1925.

16th August, 1925.

The Fay Wah Co. Incorporated of 64, Wellington

Street, Victoria, Hong Kong.

44 & 42 respectively.

159 of 1939.

29th August,

1925.

The Peck, Stow & Wilcox Co., of Southington, Country of Hartford, State of Connecticut, United States of America.

6, 12, & 13 respectively.

172 of 1939.

No. 1 of 1926.

No. 13 of 1926.

4th September,

1925.

27th June,

1925.

The Sanitas Co., Ltd., of Locksley Street, Lime

House, London, E. 14.

2

210 of 1939.

A. Goeke & Co., of 3rd floor, China Building, Queen's Road Central, Victoria, Hong Kong.

39

79

No. 89 of 1926.

26th November,

1925.

The China Merchants' Tobacco Co, Ltd., of 26, Peking Road, Shanghai, in the Colony of Hong Kong.

45

of 1939.

271 of 1939.

No. 111 of 1926.

23rd October, 1925.

Atkins Y. Sheng & Sons of No. 4, Shelley Street, (1st floor), Victoria in the Colony of Hong Kong.

47

267 of 1939.

No. 116 of 1926.

23rd October,

1925.

Lui Shau San trading under the style of Shau San Sze of No. 197, Queen's Road Central, Victoria, Hong Kong.

3

268 of 1939.

No. 143 of 1926.

8th October, 1925

Dr. C.M. Heanley of Heanleys Vaccine Laboratory, Mount Davis, Pokfulum Road, Victoria, Hong Kong.

11

261 of 1939.

Nos. 156 to 162 & 165 of 1926.

15th October,

1925.

Tide Water Oil Co., of 11 Broadway, in the City Country and State of New York, United States of America.

47

263 of 1939.

Nos. 179 to 181

of 1926.

No. 247 of 1926.

26th August,

1925.

Him Kee of 11, Sun Hing Street, Canton, China.

20

164

of 1939.

1st September, 1925.

Southern California Fish Corporation of the State of California, in the United States of America.

42

207

of 1939.

No. 172 (11) of 1897.

3rd September, China Export-Import und Bank-Co., A.-G.,

1897.

Shanghai, China.

of

42

208

of 1939.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1940.

53

Number

of

Marks.

Date of Registration.

Names and Addresses of Owners.

Classes in which registered.

File

Nos.

1897.

Nos. 173 (1A, 3rd September, Radecker & Co., of Hong Kong and Hamburg. 6A, 10A, 11A,

1, 1, 1, 1,

209

>

4, 4, 4, 4,

of 1939.

1в, 6B, 10в,

5, 5, 5, 5,

11B, 1C, 6c, 100, 11c, 1D, 6D, 10D, 11D, 1E, 6E, 10E, 11E, 1F, 6F, 10F, 11F, 1G, 6G, 10G, 11G, 1н, 6н, 10н, lix, 11, 61, 101, 111, 1л, 6J, 10J, 11J, 1K,

6к, 10к, 11к, 1L, 6L, 10L,

11L, 1м, 4A, 54,

6м, 7, 10,

11M, IN, 4B, 5B, 6N, 7B,

10N, 11N, 6(0), 10(0), 11(0). 6P, 10P, 11P,

60, 100, 112, 1(0), 6R, 10R, 11R. 68, 10s, 11s, 6T, 10T, 11т, 6, 10,

6, 6, 6, 6,

9, 9, 9, 9,

10, 10, 10,

10, 11, 11,

11, 11, 12,

12, 12, 12,

13, 13, 13,

13, 14, 14,

14, 14, 15,

15, 15, 15,

17, 17, 17,

>

17, 19, 19,

19, 19, 19,

11u, lp, 6v,

11v, 19, 6w, 8,

10w, 11w, 6x,

10x, 1, 2, 3, 11x, 1s, 6y,

10y, 11y, lr, 6z, 10z, 11z, 1U, 6AA, 10AA, 11AA, lv, 6вв, 10вв, 11BB, 1w, 6cc,

10cc, 11cc) of 1897.

19, 19, 20,

20, 20, 20,

20, 20, 20,

23, 23, 23,

24, 24, 24.

25, 25, 25,

31, 31, 31,

31, 33, 33,

33, 34, 34,

34, 35, 35,

35, 38, 38,

38, 42, 42,

42, 42, 42,

43, 43, 43,

43, 43, 43,

44, 44, 44,

44, 47, 47,

47, 47, 48,

48. 48, 48,

49, 49, 49,

49, 50, 50,

50 & 50,

respectively.

5th January, 1940.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1940.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 25.-It is hereby notified that the following trade marks have been regis- tered under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909:-

Number of

Marks.

Date of Registration.

Names and Addresses of Owners.

Classes in which registered.

File

Nos.

Nos. 348 to 351 of 1939.

18th August, 1939.

No. 352 of 1939.

23rd August, 1939.

Nos. 353 & 354 of 1939.

21st October,

1938.

No. 355 of 1939.

26th August,

1939.

No. 356 of 1939.

15th August, 1939.

The Kwong Ming Knitting Factory of No. 23, Jervois Street, 2nd Floor, Victoria in the Colony of Hong Kong and of No. 96, Route de Zikawei French Concession, Shanghai, China.

The Wah Keong Rubber Manufactory of Kowloon Inland Lot 951, Sham Chun Street, Kowloon in the Colony of Hong Kong.

Fels and Company, a corporation organized under the laws of the State of Pennsylvania, one of the United States of America, of Corner of 73rd Street and Woodland Avenue, in the City of Philadelphia, State of Pennsylvania, United States of America.

The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, a cor- poration organized under the laws of the State of Ohio, in the United States of America, located and doing business at No. 1144 East Market Street, Akron, in the County of Sum- mit, State of Ohio, United States of America.

Standard-Vacuum Oil Company of 100 West 10th Street, Wilmington, Delaware, in the United States of America and No. 26 Broad- way, New York City, New York, in the United States of America and Union Building, Victoria, Hong Kong.

38

360

of 1939.

38

366

of 1939.

47

546 of 1938.

50

368 of 1939.

47

351 of 1939.

No. 357 of

1939.

22nd August,

1939.

Cheung Ping Fu of No. 226, Jaffe Road, First

Floor, Hong Kong.

20

365 of 1939.

No. 358 of 1939.

27th July, 1939.

Tang Ah Match Factory Co., Ltd., of No. 498,

Larn Luang Road, Bangkok, Siam.

47

331

of 1939.

No. 359 of 1939.

8th August, 1939.

Tung Sik Kwong of No. 101, Wai Oi Road in

the Portuguese Possession of Macao.

47

340

of 1939.

No. 360 of 1939.

28th July, 1939,

Ah Chow Canned Food Company of No. 126, Wing Lok Street West, ground floor, Victoria in the Colony of Hong Kong.

42

-333 of 1939.

No. 361 of 1939.

25th July, 1939.

Golden Wall Company of No 134, Wing Lok Street, 1st floor, Victoria in the Colony of Hong Kong.

2

303 of 1939.

No. 362 of 1939.

7th September, 1939.

Turner & Newall Limited, Woodland Road, Spotland, Rochdale, in the County of Lan- caster, England.

17

386 of 1939.

No. 363 of 1939.

14th July, 1939.

Utoomal and Assudamal Company, carring on business at Nos. 3 and 5 Duddell Street, Victoria in the Colony of Hong Kong.

23

291 of 1939.

Nos. 364 & 365 of 1939.

Do.

Nos. 366 & 367 of 1939.

25th April, 1939.

Connell Brothers Company Limited of No. 67, Des Voeux Road Central, Victoria in the Colony of Hong Kong.

The Coca-Cola Company, a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of Delaware, United States of America, located at 101 West 10th Street, Wilmington, State of Delaware, United States of America.

42

290 of 1939.

42 and 44 respectively.

149 of 1939.

1

Number

of

Marks.

& GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1940.

55

Date of Registration.

Classes in

File

Names and Addresses of Owners.

which

Nos.

registered.

#

No. 368 of 1939.

7th March, 1938.

No. 369 of 1939.

15th September, 1939.

No. 370 of 1939.

Do.

Richard Hudnut of New York City, New York

in the United States of America.

Cheung Chun Yuen Firm of Chun Wah Market, Sha Kiang, Hoi Ping District in the Province of Kwong Tung in the Republic of China.

Li Chung Shing Tong of No. 36, Bonham Strand

East, Victoria in the Colony of Hong Kong.

48

135 of 1938.

42

3

No. 371 of 1939.

30th August, 1939.

Iwao & Co., Ltd., of 2 Chome, Kitakyuhoji-Machi,

Higashiku, Osaka, Japan.

24

390 of 1939.

389 of 1939.

380 of 1939.

No. 372 of 1939.

16th August, 1939.

The Shui Hing Company of No. 187 to No. 195 Des Voeux Road Central, Victoria in the Colony of Hong Kong.

38

352 of 1939.

No. 373 of 1939.

8th August, 1939.

Nos. 374 & 375 of 1939.

26th June, 1939.

Hong Kong China Gourmet Powder Company, Limited whose registered office is situate at No. 433, Shanghai Street, Kowloon in the Colony of Hong Kong.

Foley Brothers Pty. Limited, of 355-357 Sussex Street, Sydney, in the State of New South Wales, Commonwealth of Australia.

42

342 of 1939.

42

250 of 1939.

1

5th January, 1940.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

  No. 26.-It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade mark has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909 :-

Number of Mark.

Date of Registration.

Name and Address of Owner.

Date of Expiration of Renewal.

Class in which registered.

File No.

No. 12 of 1926.

29th Sept., 1925.

5th January, 1940.

Kabushiki Kaisha Yamaguchi Shoten, No. 1, Bingo-Machi 4-Chome, Higashi-Ku, Osaka- Shi, Empire of Japan.

29th Sept., 1953.

24

442 of 1939.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

Number

of

Marks.

& GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 5, 1940.

55

Date of Registration.

Classes in

File

Names and Addresses of Owners.

which

Nos.

registered.

#

No. 368 of 1939.

7th March, 1938.

No. 369 of 1939.

15th September, 1939.

No. 370 of 1939.

Do.

Richard Hudnut of New York City, New York

in the United States of America.

Cheung Chun Yuen Firm of Chun Wah Market, Sha Kiang, Hoi Ping District in the Province of Kwong Tung in the Republic of China.

Li Chung Shing Tong of No. 36, Bonham Strand

East, Victoria in the Colony of Hong Kong.

48

135 of 1938.

42

3

No. 371 of 1939.

30th August, 1939.

Iwao & Co., Ltd., of 2 Chome, Kitakyuhoji-Machi,

Higashiku, Osaka, Japan.

24

390 of 1939.

389 of 1939.

380 of 1939.

No. 372 of 1939.

16th August, 1939.

The Shui Hing Company of No. 187 to No. 195 Des Voeux Road Central, Victoria in the Colony of Hong Kong.

38

352 of 1939.

No. 373 of 1939.

8th August, 1939.

Nos. 374 & 375 of 1939.

26th June, 1939.

Hong Kong China Gourmet Powder Company, Limited whose registered office is situate at No. 433, Shanghai Street, Kowloon in the Colony of Hong Kong.

Foley Brothers Pty. Limited, of 355-357 Sussex Street, Sydney, in the State of New South Wales, Commonwealth of Australia.

42

342 of 1939.

42

250 of 1939.

1

5th January, 1940.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

  No. 26.-It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade mark has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909 :-

Number of Mark.

Date of Registration.

Name and Address of Owner.

Date of Expiration of Renewal.

Class in which registered.

File No.

No. 12 of 1926.

29th Sept., 1925.

5th January, 1940.

Kabushiki Kaisha Yamaguchi Shoten, No. 1, Bingo-Machi 4-Chome, Higashi-Ku, Osaka- Shi, Empire of Japan.

29th Sept., 1953.

24

442 of 1939.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 12, 1940.

PROCLAMATION.

No. 2.

[L.S.] G. A. S. NORTHCOTE,

Governor.

WHEREAS by section 13 of the Crown Rents (Apportion- ment) Ordinance, 1936, (Ordinance No. 4 of 1936) it is pro- vided that the said Ordinance shall apply to, and come into operation as regards, such lots, areas or districts and as from such date or dates as shall be from time to time appointed by the Governor by Proclamation:

Now I, Sir GEOFFRY ALEXANDER STAFFORD NORTHCOTE, Knight Commander 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, by virtue and in exercise of the powers conferred en me by the said section, do hereby PROCLAIM and APPOINT that the said Ordinance shall apply to, and come into operation as regards :-

Marine Lot No. 450,

Inland Lot No. 19,

Inland Lot No. 140,

Inland Lot No. 170,

Sub-section 1 of Section C of Inland Lot No. 427,

Inland Lot No. 1270,

Inland Lot No. 1491,

Inland Lot No. 2621,

Sub-section 1 of Section E of Kowloon Inland Lot

No. 359,

Kowloon Inland Lot No. 910,

Kowloon Inland Lot No. 2402,

Kowloon Inland Lot No. 2408

as from the 12th day of January, 1940.

Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony

of Hong Kong, this 9th day of January, 1940.

Published by His Excellency's Command,

N. L. SMITH,

GOD SAVE THE KING.

Colonial Secretary.

D

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 12, 1940.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 27.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 18 of 1935. (BUILDINGS).

It is hereby notified for general information that His Excellency the Governor in Council has, under section 122 of the Buildings Ordinance, 1935, appointed the hours of 7.00 a.m. to 7.30 a.m. as additional or further hours between which blasts may be fired by Messrs. Sang Lee & Co. at the Shing Mun Catchwater (2nd Section), in connexion with the construction of that work.

No. 28.

8th January, 1940.

T. MEGARRY,

Clerk of Councils.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1915. (IMPORTATION AND EXPORTATION).

Prohibition of importation of certain merchandise from Macao.

2

WHEREAS shortly before the outbreak of the present European war large quantities of merchandise of enemy origin, manufacture or ownership were removed to Macao from Hong Kong to escape liquidation under the Alien Enemies (Winding Up) Ordinance, 1914:

AND WHEREAS there is reason for believing that attempts will be made by devious ways to re-import such merchandise into Hong Kong for the purpose of sale thereby conferring benefits on an enemy:

AND WHEREAS the merchandise of the descriptions set out hereunder is considered to be solely of enemy origin, manufacture or ownership and was not consigned to Macao according to the normal custom of trade:

Now in exercise of the powers conferred by Section 3 of the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, the Governor in Council makes the following prohibition :---

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 27.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 18 of 1935. (BUILDINGS).

It is hereby notified for general information that His Excellency the Governor in Council has, under section 122 of the Buildings Ordinance, 1935, appointed the hours of 7.00 a.m. to 7.30 a.m. as additional or further hours between which blasts may be fired by Messrs. Sang Lee & Co. at the Shing Mun Catchwater (2nd Section), in connexion with the construction of that work.

No. 28.

8th January, 1940.

T. MEGARRY,

Clerk of Councils.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1915. (IMPORTATION AND EXPORTATION).

Prohibition of importation of certain merchandise from Macao.

2

WHEREAS shortly before the outbreak of the present European war large quantities of merchandise of enemy origin, manufacture or ownership were removed to Macao from Hong Kong to escape liquidation under the Alien Enemies (Winding Up) Ordinance, 1914:

AND WHEREAS there is reason for believing that attempts will be made by devious ways to re-import such merchandise into Hong Kong for the purpose of sale thereby conferring benefits on an enemy:

AND WHEREAS the merchandise of the descriptions set out hereunder is considered to be solely of enemy origin, manufacture or ownership and was not consigned to Macao according to the normal custom of trade:

Now in exercise of the powers conferred by Section 3 of the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, the Governor in Council makes the following prohibition :---

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 12, 1940.

No person shall import into the Colony from Macao any merchandise of the descriptions hereunder set out:

Provided that this prohibition shall not apply where a camera is brought into the Colony from Macao by a person who has after the 3rd day of September, 1939, taken such camera from Hong Kong to Macao for his personal use and who can produce the certificate of, or can otherwise satisfy, the Superintendent of Imports and Exports that such camera had so been taken by hum to Macao.

Merchandise above referred to.

Aniline dyes and dyes of every other description and paint of every description;

bars;

Drugs, medicines and chemicals of every description; Toilet requisites, cloth, glass and constructional steel

Photographic apparatus and equipment, medical and surgical apparatus and instruments of every description;

Electrical apparatus and equipment of every description; Machinery of every description;

Clocks, watches and jewellery of every description.

12th January, 1940.

T. MEGARRY,

Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 29.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to approve the following promotions in the Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps, with effect from 22nd December, 1939:-

Sergeant LAWRENCE GOLDMAN to be Second Lieutenant.

Sergeant THOMAS ALEXANDER PEARCE to be Second Lieutenant.

8th January, 1940.

  No. 30.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to approve the following promotions in the Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps, with effect from 22nd December, 1939:-

Second Lieutenant KENNETH MYER ARTHUR BARNETT to be Lieutenant.

Battery Quartermaster Sergeant GEORGE STAINBURN WILBY to be Second

Lieutenant.

Battery Quartermaster Sergeant HENRY STEPHEN JONES to be Second Lieutenant. Bombardier SIDNEY JOHN GEORGE BUT to be Second Lieutenant.

12th January, 1940.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 12, 1940.

No person shall import into the Colony from Macao any merchandise of the descriptions hereunder set out:

Provided that this prohibition shall not apply where a camera is brought into the Colony from Macao by a person who has after the 3rd day of September, 1939, taken such camera from Hong Kong to Macao for his personal use and who can produce the certificate of, or can otherwise satisfy, the Superintendent of Imports and Exports that such camera had so been taken by hum to Macao.

Merchandise above referred to.

Aniline dyes and dyes of every other description and paint of every description;

bars;

Drugs, medicines and chemicals of every description; Toilet requisites, cloth, glass and constructional steel

Photographic apparatus and equipment, medical and surgical apparatus and instruments of every description;

Electrical apparatus and equipment of every description; Machinery of every description;

Clocks, watches and jewellery of every description.

12th January, 1940.

T. MEGARRY,

Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 29.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to approve the following promotions in the Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps, with effect from 22nd December, 1939:-

Sergeant LAWRENCE GOLDMAN to be Second Lieutenant.

Sergeant THOMAS ALEXANDER PEARCE to be Second Lieutenant.

8th January, 1940.

  No. 30.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to approve the following promotions in the Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps, with effect from 22nd December, 1939:-

Second Lieutenant KENNETH MYER ARTHUR BARNETT to be Lieutenant.

Battery Quartermaster Sergeant GEORGE STAINBURN WILBY to be Second

Lieutenant.

Battery Quartermaster Sergeant HENRY STEPHEN JONES to be Second Lieutenant. Bombardier SIDNEY JOHN GEORGE BUT to be Second Lieutenant.

12th January, 1940.

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No. 31. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under section 9 of the regulations of the Hong Kong Naval Volunteer Force, to make the following appointments in the Hong Kong Naval Volunteer Force :-

To be Acting Sub-Lieutenants, with effect from 20th December, 1939.

ALFRED BRIAN PALMER, Esquire.

CECIL JESSE AUSTEN GRAY, Esquire.

FRANCIS ROYNON LATIMER CAREY, Esquire.

RAYMOND ANTHONY DODD, Esquire.

ERIC WILSON LAYCOCK, Esquire.

LAURENCE DUNCAN MCNAB BEATTIE, Esquire.

6th January, 1940.

No. 32. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Second Lieutenant BRIAN ALFRED FARGUS, 2nd Battalion, The Royal Scots (The Royal Regi- ment), to be his Honorary Aide-de-Camp, with effect from 10th January, 1940.

11th January, 1940.

No. 33. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. GEORGE STACY KENNEDY-SKIPTON to act as District Officer in the Southern District of the New Territories in addition to his other duties, with effect from 12th January, 1940.

11th January, 1940.

  No. 34. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to authorize Mr. GEORGE STACY KENNEDY-SKIPTON, a Magistrate, under the provisions of section 58 of the New Territories Regulation Ordinance, 1910, Ordinance No. 34 of 1910, to hold a Small Debts Court, as mentioned in the said section, at the undermentioned places in the New Territories (exclusive of New Kowloon) in addition to the court-house at the office. of the District Officer for the Southern District of the New Territories in the building known as "Queen's Building" and situate at the corner of Chater Road and Statue Square, Victoria, in this Colony, and so long as he shall hold the office of District Officer for the Southern District of the New Territories.

Places before referred to:--

The charge rooms of the Police Stations at Tsuen Wan, Tai O (Lantao), Tung Chung (Lantao), Cheung Chau and Yung Shu Wan in Lamma Island, with effect from 12th January, 1940.

11th January, 1940.

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No. 35.- His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under instructions from the Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies, to appoint Mr. HAROLD George SheldoN, K.C., to be a Crown Counsel in the Colonial Legal Service, with effect from 12th January, 1940.

12th January, 1940.

No. 36.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. HAROLD GEORGE SHELDON, K.C., to perform the duties of a Magistrate, with effect from 12th January, 1940.

12th January, 1940.

   No. 37.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. HAROLD George SheldoN, K.C., to be an Official Justice of the Peace, with effect from 12th January, 1940.

12th January, 1940.

No. 38

NOTICES.

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939. (COMPULSORY SERVICE).

His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, pursuant to Section 11 (7) of the Compulsory Service Ordinance, 1939, to permit CECIL ROBERT SMIRKE to quit the Hong Kong Defence Reserve, with effect from 13th December, 1939.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

11th January, 1940.

No. 39

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939. (COMPULSORY SERVICE).

His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, pursuant to Section 11 (7) of the Compulsory Service Ordinance, 1939, to permit JOHN SAUNDERS WEBSTER to quit the Hong Kong Defence Reserve, with effect from 10th January, 1940

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

11th January, 1940.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 12, 1940.

No. 40.

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939. (COMPULSORY SERVICE).

The following persons, of ages from 18 to 40 years inclusive, shall, as from the date of publication of this list, be deemed to have been enrolled in, and to belong to, the Hong Kong Defence Reserve :-

Anderson, James Leslie

Graham-Cumming, George

Dated the 11th day of January, 1940.

B.

B.

No. 41.

B.Key-Posts Group

By Order.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 25 of 1914.

(TRADING WITH

THE ENEMY).

TRANSFER OF SECURITIES TO ENEMY SUBJECTS.

Licence, dated January 9th, 1940, issued by His Excellency the Governor under section 7 of the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance, 1914.

His Excellency the Governor in pursuance of the powers conferred upon him by section 7 of the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance, 1914, and of all other powers enabling him in that behalf, hereby sanctions the allotment or transfer to, or for the benefit of, enemy subjects resident in the Colony of securities to which the said section applies, being securities issued by a company within the meaning of the Companies Ordinance, 1932.

Published by His Excellency's Command,

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

Dated this 9th day of January, 1940.

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No. 42.

Government Notification No. 14 published in the Govern- ment Gazette of the 5th January, 1940, is hereby cancelled and the following substituted therefor :--

The following is published for general information :--

1. Under The Export of Goods (Prohibition) (No. 2) Order, 1939, Amendment (No. 11) Order, 1939, dated November 8th, 1939, the following articles of food and drink are prohibited to be exported from the United Kingdom except under the authority of a licence granted by the Board of Trade-

(i) Grain and flour and products of the milling and allied industries, not including the following exceptions-

Macaroni, spaghetti and vermicelli.

peas.

Oat products for use as food.

Pearled barley, including blocked, flaked, puffed and

pot barley.

Farinaceous substances for use as food.

Cereal breakfast foods and similar cereal prepara-

tions.

Dried beans, lentils (including split lentils) and dried

(ii) Meat, not including the following exceptions-

Game, dead, fresh chilled or frozen.

Meat extracts and essences.

Poultry pastes and meat pastes.

(iii) Dairy produce, other than lactose and processed

cheese.

(iv) Fresh fruit and vegetables.

(v) Cocoa butter.

(vi) Other food, the following-

Bladders, casings and sausage skins of sheep and

hog gut.

Fish, fresh or frozen, other than fresh shell fish.

Fish, canned, the following-

Fresh herring.

Herring in tomato sauce.

Salmon.

Fruit-

dried or otherwise preserved without sugar, tinned or bottled in syrup.

Fruit pectin.

Honey.

Isinglass.

Oils and fats, refined, and mixtures thereof, includ- ing emulsions of malt extract and cod liver oil.

Sugar, glucose and molasses.

Yeast.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 12, 1940.

(vii) Feeding stuffs for animals.

(viii) Animals, living, for food.

2. The following articles of food, while prohibited to be exported from the United Kingdom to certain countries, are not prohibited to be exported to Hong Kong-

Biscuits and cakes.

Cocoanut, desiccated and flaked.

Coffee, including mixtures of coffee and chicory, and coffee and chicory extracts and essences.

Fish, other than fresh or frozen fish, fresh shell fish, canned fresh herring, canned herring in tomato sauce and canned salmon.

3. Articles of food not specifically mentioned are not subject to any prohibition and no export licence is required.

No. 43.

8th January, 1940.

W. J. CARRIE,

Controller of Food.

Order.

With reference to Notification No. 1229 in the Gazette No. 82 of the 29th December, 1939, I, ERIC WILLIAM HAMILTON, by virtue of the powers vested in me under the Defence Regulations, 1939, with the consent of His Excellency the Governor, hereby PROHIBIT THE EXPORT OF COPPER COINS of all kinds, except by licence under my hand, or under the hand of an officer of my department on my behalf. The said Notification No. 1229 is amended accordingly by the substitution of the words "Coin of all kinds for the word "Cash" in the second column relating to Copper with effect from the date hereof.

E. W. HAMILTON,

12th January, 1940.

Controller of Trade.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 12, 1940.

(vii) Feeding stuffs for animals.

(viii) Animals, living, for food.

2. The following articles of food, while prohibited to be exported from the United Kingdom to certain countries, are not prohibited to be exported to Hong Kong-

Biscuits and cakes.

Cocoanut, desiccated and flaked.

Coffee, including mixtures of coffee and chicory, and coffee and chicory extracts and essences.

Fish, other than fresh or frozen fish, fresh shell fish, canned fresh herring, canned herring in tomato sauce and canned salmon.

3. Articles of food not specifically mentioned are not subject to any prohibition and no export licence is required.

No. 43.

8th January, 1940.

W. J. CARRIE,

Controller of Food.

Order.

With reference to Notification No. 1229 in the Gazette No. 82 of the 29th December, 1939, I, ERIC WILLIAM HAMILTON, by virtue of the powers vested in me under the Defence Regulations, 1939, with the consent of His Excellency the Governor, hereby PROHIBIT THE EXPORT OF COPPER COINS of all kinds, except by licence under my hand, or under the hand of an officer of my department on my behalf. The said Notification No. 1229 is amended accordingly by the substitution of the words "Coin of all kinds for the word "Cash" in the second column relating to Copper with effect from the date hereof.

E. W. HAMILTON,

12th January, 1940.

Controller of Trade.

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ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

No. 44.--Extract of Meteorological Observations made at the Royal Observatory, Hong Kong, during the month of December, 1939.

DATE.

BAROMETER

AT M.S.L.

TEMPERATURE.

HUMIDITY.

Max.

Mean.

Min.

Rel.

Abs.

CLOUDINESS.

SUNSHINE.

WIND.

RAIN.

Mean

Mean

Dir.

Vel.

December.

ins.

p. e.

ins.

p. c.

hrs.

ins.

Mile

Points.

p.h.

30.28

66.2 61.8

57.0

59

0.32 93

2

.26 71.3

65.4

62.0

55

.34

26

1.6

NE

7.8

67

3.8

N by E

10.8

3.

.23

69.5

63.1 58.0

56

-32

4.9

8.1

N by E

11.3

4,.

.22

67.2

60.0

54.2

53

.27

25

9.9

N by E

6.5

5..

.24

69.2

61.2

55.3

5+

.29

24

9.4

ENE

2.9

6..

.2.3 69.6

62.3

56.4

57

.32

7

9.9

ENE

3.7

.21

7,

73.1

65.5

58.0

66

•4!

2

9.7

E

3.5

8,

.20

71.0

65.1

60.3

73

+45

7

10.0

..

E

6.5

9,

.15

72.5

66.2

62.4 78

.50

63

8.2

E by N

4.2

.21

10,.

72.6

66.4

63.4 57

.36

22

9.9

NE

10.6

[I,.

.30

65.2

61.3

56.0

68

+37

53

8.8

E by N

12.1

[ 2

.35

65.5

61.1 57.7

70

•38

55

6.5

E by N

10.8

.36

67.1

13,

་...

604

54.8 54

.28

14

9.9

N by E

10.0

14,

-34

67.4

61.0

5+.0

61

-33

18

10 0

E by N

11.3

.28

15,.

67.2

61.7 59.3

71

.39

53

4.0

E by N

11.8

16,.

.25

69.9

63.1

58.9 -6

.44

I 2

9.7

E

6.0

17,.

.24

73.2

64.9

58.7 71

43

39

8.5

E by N

5.5

18,

8,....

.25

71.0

64.6

60.9 63

·38

32

8.8

NE by N

9.I

19,

.23

69.1

61.0

55.2 58

.31

24

9.3

ENE

6.6

20,

.21 64.9

606

54.9

68

·36

29

9.7

E

10.2

ZI,.

.21

70.3

63.5

59.5 67

.38

47

6.6

E by N

6.2

22,

.21

70.0

63.9

59.1 48

.29

9.9

N by E

8.0

23..

.27

67.6

61.3

56.9

50

.27

9

9.8

NNE

7.6

24,

.30

664

58.6

53.3

54

.26

3

9.1

NNE

6.7

25,

.30

67.2

58.1 52.0 58

.28

2

9.6

E

3.5

26..

.33 67.8

59.1 52.8 59

E

.29

2

9.9

5.0

27,.

.36

66.0

59.3 54.4

68

-34

...

9.8

E

5.8

28.

.36

67.8

60.2 56.1

69

.35

I

9.5

E

7.8

29,

.36

68.7

30,

-34

67.9

59.8 54.0 58

.29

9.8

ENE

4.4

59.0 529 58

.28

9.8

E

6.0

31,

.29

70.1

60.8

54.0

65

.33

9.7

E by S

3.7

Mean,

30.27

68.8

Mean, 1939...

29.94

61.9 56.9 62 77.5 72.4 68.7 79

0.34

24 269.2 0.66 69 1855.8 86.705

NE by E

7.3

E

9.0

MEANS AND EXTREMES FOR DECEMBER :-

Maximum,. Normals,.....

30.27

30.16

Minimum, ....

30.08

63-7 58.8

71.2 66.2 62.4 81 67.9 63.0

0.52

58.9

70

0.41

54.0

56

0.30

2 I

82 269.2 4.900 56 171.2 1.093

71.9 0.000

1 I. I

ENE

8.6

6.3

The lowest reading of the barometer (M.S.L.) was 30ins. 099 at 16h. 00m. on the 9th.

   The maximum gust velocity as recorded by the Dines-Baxendell anemograph, was at the rate of 43 miles per hour at 00h. 51m. on the 21st.

9th January, 1940.

C. W. JEFFRIES,

Director.

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ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

No. 45.

RAINFALL.

DECEMBER, 1939.

Height

Total

Total Rainfall,

Station.

above

Rainfall,

January to

m.s.l.

December.

December.

feet.

ins.

ins.

Royal Observatory

103

0.00

86.70

Botanical Gardens..

312

0.00

86.42

Victoria Peak..............

1,809

0.00

89.90

Mount Kellett (Matilda Hospital)

1,364

0.00

75.05

Pokfulam (Water Works)

580

0.00

74.68

Aberdeen (Water Works).......

400

0.00

79.83

Wong Nei Chong (Water Works)

780

0.00

89.20

Tytam (Water Works)

510

0.00

96.61

Tytam Tuk (Water Works)

200

0.00

85.12

Kowloon Reservoir (Water Works)......

475

0.00

89.96

Shek Li Pui (Water Works)..

650

0.00

80.68

Shing Mun No. 1 (Water Works)

1,050

0.00

108.52

Shing Mun No. 2 (Water Works)

1,100

0.00

94.74

Shing Mun No. 3 (Water Works)

675

0.00

79.03

Un Long (Water Works)

74

0.00

62.34

Tai Po (Police)

91

0.00

85.82

Sai Kung (Police)

109

0.00

86.18

Lok Ma Chau (Police)

147

0.00

63.45

Ping Shan (Police)

133

0.00

63.04

Cheung Chau (Police)

60

0.00

64.81

Fanling (Royal Hong Kong Golf Club).

49

0.00

69.63

9th January, 1940.

C. W. JEFFRIES,

Director.

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No. 46.

DATE.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY, Hong Kong.

Errors of Time-signals, December, 1939.

ERROR.

DATE.

ERROR.

second.

1234

- 0.05

17

-

- 0.05

18

-

second.

- 0.09

0.04

- 0.05

19.

+0.01

- 0.02

20..

+ 0.07

5...

0.00

21..

+ 0.13

6

+ 0.01

22

+ 0.02

7

+0.07

23

- 0.05

8

+ 0.24

24

- 0.07

ī

9

-

0.03

25

10

- 0.11

26

11

0.13

27

12

- 0.18

28

13

- 0.26

29

14

- 0.24

30...

15

- 0.13

31

-- 0.06 -0.01 - 0.04 -0.03 - 0.03

0.04

- 0.01

16

- 0.14

11th January, 1940.

+

Late

=

Early.

C. W. JEFFRIES,

Director.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

   No. 47.-It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re-entry by the Crown on the following portions of Kowloon Inland Lot No. 359 has been regis- tered according to law, namely:-

The Remaining Portion.

The R.P. of Section A.

Sub-section 1 of Section A.

Section A of Sub-section 2 of Section A.

Sub-section 3 of Section A.

8th January, 1940.

Sub-section 4 of Section A.

Sub-section 5 of Section A.

Section B.

Section C.

Section D.

The R.P. of Section F.

Sub-section 1 of Section F.

T. S. WHYTE-SMITH,

Land Officer.

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HARBOUR DEPARTMENT.

No. 48. The following is published for general information:--

69

The number of Emigrants leaving the Colony for the Straits Settlements

during the month of December, 1939, was 2,221.

8th January, 1940.

G. F. HOLE,

Harbour Muster, &c.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. 49. -It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Crown on the Remaining Portion of Section A of Marine Lot No. 268 has been registered according to law.

10th January, 1940.

T. S. WHYTE-SMITH, Land Officer.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. 50.-It is hereby notified that Government Notification No. 364 of 1934, is amended by the deletion of Condition 16 of the General Conditions of Sale, and the substitution of the following:-

16. The Purchaser, his executors, administrators or permitted assigns shall not, except by way of mortgage, assign, underlet or part with the possession of or otherwise dispose of the lot or any part thereof or any interest therein nor enter into any agreement so to do, without the pre- vious consent in writing of the District Officer, unless and until the District Officer shall have issued a certificate to the effect that the building condition, if any, has been fulfilled to his satisfaction or if there is no building condition, that the lot has been developed to satisfaction.

his

12th January, 1940.

T. S. WHYTE-SMITH,

Land Officer.

田土廳衞

佈告俾衆週知此佈 十六條現經取消及經再行訂定如下合行 百六十四號所載投賣地民之普通章程第 佈告事照得一千九百三十四年憲示第三 爲

(十六)投得該地者其本人及其遺囑執 行人或遺產管理人或法定認可

之行

一千九百四十年

之受讓人除典按之外若未先得

任將

何該

權地

或得

建築條件者若經理民府給予證 行妥當則不在此限至於無附帶

證書證明承認該項條件係經履 帶建築條件者若經理民府給予 訂約將之轉讓或轉租其係有附 讓與或轉租與別人亦不得擅行

該地任何部份或該地任何權利

理民府書面許可不得將該地或

正限該若

地經此

係理限項 經轉

書證明承認該地係已經營安當

則亦不在此限

十二日

帶履

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No. 51.

Hong Kong.

THE NURSING AND MATERNITY HOMES REGISTRATION ORDINANCE, 1936.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

The following is published for general information :---

Roll of Maternity Homes licensed for 1940 under the Nursing and Maternity Homes Registration Ordinance, No. 48 of 1936.

ROLL OF MATERNITY HOMES.

No. in Register.

Name.

1

Dr. Shin Kwai-shang

單季生醫生

2

Dr. Shin Lok-shang

單樂生醫生

3

Dr. Shin Lok-shang

Permanent Address.

187, Johnston Road, 2nd. floor,

Hong Kong.

210, Hennessy Road,

1st. floor,

Hong Kong.

155, Queen's Road East,

Hong Kong.

單樂生醫生

10

5

Chan Wai-ming

353, Queen's Road West,

1st. floor,

陳慧明

Hong Kong.

6

Yeu Pik-wen

60, Johnston Road,

1st. floor,

余碧雲

Hong Kong.

8

Sun Hung-ying

195-7, Johnston Road,

1st. floor,

孫洪英

Hong Kong.

9

Ng Tsoi-tsing

214, Johnston Road,

伍彩清

10

Lau Wai-him

劉惠

11

Dr. Ma Wai-man and

Dr. Chow Tin-cham

馬惠文醫生,

周天湛醫生

12

Kulsum Samy

2nd. floor,

Hong Kong.

214, Johnston Road,

1st. floor,

Hong Kong.

39, Kam Wah Street,

Ground floor,

Shaukiwan,

Hong Kong.

408, Hennessy Road,

13

Lo Lai Yin

羅麗賢

1st. floor,

Hong Kong.

434, Hennessy Road,

1st. floor,

Hong Kong.

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No. in Register.

Name.

Permanent Address.

14

Tai Siu-bun

279, Hennessy Road,

Ground floor,

戴小

Hong Kong.

16

Lam Pai

3, Gresson Street,

1st. floor,

林亞批

Hong Kong.

17

May Poon

1, Hollywood Road, 1st. floor,

潘黃氏

Hong Kong.

18

Lum Yuet-ngan and

Lum Yuet-yung

24, Lyndhurst Terrace,

1st. floor,

林月顏,林月容

Hong Kong.

19

20

Ip Wai-fong

Chung Miu-lan

45, Belchers Street, Ground floor,

葉惠芳

Hong Kong.

93, Second Street,

1st. floor,

鍾妙蘭

Hong Kong.

222

Sung San-ying

100, Nam On Fong St.,

Ground floor,

宋新英

Hong Kong.

23

Li Kwai-cheung

58, Nam On Fong,

Ground floor,

李季長

Hong Kong.

24

Chiu Mei-ching

22. Aldrich Street, 1st. floor,

趙美貞

Shaukiwan,

Hong Kong.

26

Ku Lin-oi

12, Yee Woo Street,

顧憐愛

1st. floor,

Hong Kong.

28

Lo Yuk-chau

44, Electric Road,

1st. floor,

盧玉秋

Hong Kong.

31

Wong Miu-nga

81, Island Road,

黃妙雅

1st. floor,

Aberdeen,

Hong Kong.

32

Kam Sau-yung

10, Wu Pak Street,

甘秀容

2nd. floor,

Aberdeen,

34

Chan Tack-hing

183, Main Street,

陳德卿

Hong Kong.

1st. floor,

Shaukiwan East,

Hong Kong.

35

Chung Sau-yin

33, Kam Wah Street,

1st. floor,

鍾秀賢

Shaukiwan,

Hong Kong.

37

81, Hollywood Road,

2nd. floor,

888

38

Lee Pui-chun

李佩眞

Yau Wai-chee and

Yau Wai-foan

游蕙慈,游蕙芬

Hong Kong.

6, Western Street,

1st. floor,

Hong Kong.

71

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No. in Register.

ROLL OF MATERNITY HOMES,-Continued.

Name.

Permanent Address.

40

Chan Chin-yuen

陳展元

118, Queen's Road East,

1st. floor,

Hong Kong.

41

Kam Kwai-heung

360, Queen's Road West,

1st. floor,

甘桂香

Hong Kong.

42

Tam Suet-lueh and

Ngo Chung-yee

128, Belcher Street,

1st. floor,

譚雪侶,仲儀

Hong Kong.

43

Chan Wai-ching

7, Wu Nam Street, 2nd. floor,

陳偉貞

Hong Kong.

44

Lee Pik-san

109, Queen's Road East,

2nd. floor,

李碧珊

Hong Kong.

45

Chu Tsau-leong

38, Square Street,

1st. floor,

朱就良

Hong Kong.

48

Wong Tak-fun

194. Lockhart Road,

1st. floor,

王德芬

Hong Kong.

49

Choo Chau-kinh

213, Queen's Road West,

1st. floor,

朱就瓊

Hong Kong.

50

Lou Boo-yeu

227, Queen's Road West,

1st. floor,

劉寶如

Hong Kong.

51

Liu Kit-oi

31B, Main Street,

劉潔愛

1st. floor,

Aberdeen,

52

Yau Wai-foan

17, Tung Street,

游蕙芬

Hong Kong.

1st. floor,

Hong Kong.

53

Kong Kam Mun

5, Western Street,

1st. floor,

江金滿

Hong Kong.

54

Au Lai Yung

2, Shaukiwan Road,

1st. floor,

}

區勵容

Hong Kong.

55

Yu Hon Ying

180, Tung Lo Wan Road,

1st. floor,

余漢英

Hong Kong.

56

Tong Siu-lin

28, Main Street,

唐小蓮

Ground floor,

Aplichau,

Aberdeen.

100

Dr. Lee Ying-yau

315, Nathan Road,

1st. floor,

李應猷醫生

Kowloon.

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No. in Register.

ROLL OF MATERNITY HOMES,-Continued.

Name.

Permanent Address.

101

Chan Wai-kwan

475, Nathan Road,

2nd. floor,

陳衞坤

Kowloon.

102

Li Ping-yu

483, Nathan Road,

Ground floor,

李平語

Kowloon.

103

Dr. Liu Hung-ngan

506, Nathan Road,

Ground floor,

劉虹貫醫生

Kowloon.

104

Ho Yan-tsing

何恩淸

562, Nathan Road,

Ground floor,

Kowloon.

105

Fong Shun-chun

335, Nathan Road,

>

1st. floor,

方信眞

Kowloon.

106

Ling Lai-ching and

Yip Mei-ching

凌麗清,葉美貞

Ling Lai-ching and

221, Shanghai Street,

1st. floor,

Kowloon

107

Yip Mei-ching

611, Shanghai Street,

1st. floor,

凌麗清,葉美貞

Kowloon.

108

Ng Shak Ching

661, Shanghai Street,

2nd. floor,

吳淑貞

Kowloon.

109

Li Yuk-yung

397, Shanghai Street,

2nd. floor,

李玉容

Kowloon.

110

Law Yung-yau

567, Shanghai Street,

2nd. floor,

羅用柔

Kowloon.

111

Tsang Kuen-yiu

20, Lai Chi Kok Road,

1st. floor,

會娟瑤

Kowloon.

112

Wong Shui-san

205, Lai Chi Kok Road,

1st. floor,

黃瑞珊

Shamshuipo,

Kowloon.

113

Chea Yuk-ching

謝玉清

63, Nam Cheong Street,

2nd. floor,

Kowloon.

114

Lau Man-hing

87, Nam Cheong Street,

1st. floor,

劉曼 癎

Kowloon.

115

Li Hon-ying

186, Apliu Street,

1st. floor,

李漢英

Kowloon.

117

Chan Tip-wan

29, Cheung Sha Wan Rd.,

1st. floor,

陳帖雲

Kowloon.

73

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No. in

Register.

ROLL OF MATERNITY HOMES,-Continued.

Name.

Permanent Address.

118

Chau Yee-ching

13, Maple Street,

1st. floor,

周儀貞

Shamshuipo,

Kowloon.

119

Pang Yuk-king

126, Fa Yuen Street,

1st. floor,

彭玉瓊

Mongkok,

Kowloon.

120

Chan Sau-tsun

陳秀珍

239, Kilung Street,

1st. floor,

Shamsuipo,

Kowloon.

122

Lei Din-fun

234, Temple Street,

1st. floor,

李典芬

Kowloon.

123

Chan Sau-jaun

92, Pei Ho Street,

1st. floor,

陳秀珍

Shamshuipo,

Kowloon.

125

Hui Keng-wan

264, Chatham Road,

2nd. floor,

許景韞

Kowloon.

127

Wong Fong-tai

181, Tung Choi Street,

1st. floor,

黃芳弟

Mongkok,

Kowloon.

128

Chan Ying-min

218, Lai Chi Kok Road,

1st. floor,

陳英勉

Shamshuipo,

Kowloon.

129

Selina Mok

2, Ningpo Street,

1st. floor,

莫 月容

Yaumati.

131

Ng Shui-fong

吳 筱 芳

Kowloon.

100, Pei Ho Street,

2nd. floor,

Shamshuipo,

Kowloon.

132

Ho Cheung

250, Ki Lung Street,

10]

1st. floor,

Shamshuipo,

Kowloon.

135

Tze Wai-yiu

40, Shantung Street,

1st. floor,

謝懷瑤

Mongkok,

Kowloon.

136

Siu Wai-fong

4, Saigon Street,

2nd. floor,

蕭遺芳

Kowloon.

137

Liu Tak-ching

220, Shanghai Street,

2nd. floor,

廖德清

Kowloon.

?

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 12, 1940.

No. in Register.

ROLL OF MATERNITY HOMES,-Continued.

Name.

Permanent Address.

138

Tsang Sau-chan

158, Sai Yeung Choi St.,

2nd. floor,

會秀珍

Mongkok,

Kowloon.

139

Lau Foon-yung

劉歡容

141

Chan Ngai-tsin

陳毅展

466, Prince Edward Road,

1st. floor,

Kowloon City.

Lots Nos. 179 and 808,

San Hing Street,

Cheung Chau.

142

Chung Pik-ha

195, Tai Nam Street,

1st. floor,

鍾碧霞

Shamshuipo,

Kowloon.

144

Ho Shau-ching

238, Temple Street,

1st. floor,

何秀貞

Kowloon.

146

Lai So-fong

157, Pei Hoh Street, 2nd. floor,

賴素芳

Shamshuipo,

Kowloon.

147

Tong Tak-ching

7, Sai Kung Road,

唐德貞

1st. floor,

Kowloon City.

148

Cheng Yee-ha

149, Pak Ho Street,

鄭綺霞

1st. floor,

Kowloon.

149

Tam Kwong May Chan

1, Cheung Ning Street, 1st. floor,

譚鄺美珍

Kowloon.

150

Chan Pik-ching

陳碧真

151

Mak Wai-yin

1233,Canton Road,

1st. floor,

Shamshuipo,

993,Canton Road.

Kowloon.

麥慧賢

1st. floor,

Kowloon.

12th January,1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

75

76

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 12, 1940.

No. 52

Hong Kong.

THE MIDWIVES ORDINANCE, 1910.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

Roll of Midwives who have been duly certified under the Midwives Ordinance, 1910, Ordinance No. 22 of 1910, and who are authorized to practise in the Colony during the year 1940.

No. in

Name.

+ Wong Chan-shi

黃雪卿

林亞批 李平

·何恩清

王陳

溫芷

·陳衞

李玉

Register.

2

+ Wong Shut-hing

11

+ Lam Ah-pi

12

+ Li Ping-u

14

+ Ho Yan-tsing

15

17

+ Wan Chi-fong

19

+ Chan Wai-kwan

20

+ Li Yuk-yung

22

29

+ Chan Siu-hing

30

35

39

40

O Lam Ng-shi

46

=

Sung Hoi-shan

宋海

50

=

Leung Wai-lin

梁惠

51

王月蟾

+ Cheung Ching-to

+ Chung Wong-sze

O Tong Tak-tsing

O Wong Lai-tsing

張貞道

·陳少卿

鍾王氏

唐德

黃麗靑

批語淸氏芳坤容道卿氏貞靑氏山連蟾鏗氏鏘潔道氏

林吳氏

53 59 62 63

64

67

=

=

Wong Ut-sim

Lui Ming-hang

Lee Wong-sze

= Lui Ming-cheong

=

=

=

68

70

=

71

72

78

=

84

* 85

87

92

*****

=

Yeung Mo-kit

Ng Cheuk-hing

Cheong Sik-to

May Poon

Tse Kwan-ying

Ng Pui-sheung Lee Suet-fong

Salima Hussian

Kong Kam-mun

Chan Siu-wing

Lo Siu-hing

= Chan Pik-ching

呂鳴鏗 李王氏

呂鳴鏘

·楊慕潔

吳卓卿

張錫道

潘黃氏

謝羣英

·吳佩常

李雪芳

·石沙喱仔

·江金滿

陳少榮 羅少馨

陳碧貞

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

J

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 12, 1940.

No. in

Register.

=

ROLL OF MIDWIVES,-Continued.

Name.

Leung Sheung-chi

Kong Kin-sun

梁尙志

江堅信

* 97

=

102

103

Wong Chow Fuk-ying

黃周福英

105

==

Leung Wai-ling

106

107

Kulsum Samy

Chow Oi-kwan

110

=

Wong Wai-man

111

=

120

124

Ng Lai-ching

Tam Sin-ying

= Kam Sau-yung

吳麗

126

-

Kam Kwai-heung

梁惠玲

周愛羣

黃惠民

譚倩影 甘秀容

甘桂香

129

=

Tsang Shuk-ching

會淑貞

130

==

U Pui-kau

余佩璆

131

=

Lam Shiu-chi

林少枝

133

Leung Lin-fan

梁蓮芬

153

155

156

138

= Chau Miu-yee

=

141

142

144

=

146

149

151

=

=

To Ma-lee

Tao Kuk-ching

Tsang Iu-hing

Kong Yut-ying

Chung Yin-yung

= Lo So-sheung

=

Mollie Cheung

= Au Yeung Pik-ha

Li Shiu-fong

周妙儀 杜馬利 陶菊貞 會瑤卿 江月膺

鍾燕容

羅素嫦

歐陽碧霞

李兆芳

157

Tsang Sau-chan

會秀珍

158

Lam Yuet-ngan

·林月顏

159

Lam Yuet-yung

160

=**

Lam King-fong

161

162

=

Lai Kwai-shang

164

165

166

=

168

170

=

174

175

176

178

=

Cheung Tsau-kwong

= Lam Kit-ying

= Lai Chi-hing

=

Chow Wing-yan

Wong Yuk-wa

Wong Suk-hing

Li Chuk-pun

So Kit-sang

= Chan Suet-ching

Leung Fung-ha

= Chan Lai-sim

179

180

= Ho Pui-ching

林月容

·林景芳

·張就光

黎桂生

·林潔英

黎子卿

周榮恩

黃玉

·蘇潔

陳雪

·梁鳳

鳳霞

陳麗嬋

何佩貞

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

77

78

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 12, 1940.

ROLL OF MIDWIVES, Continued.

182

Mak Kei-kai

183

Li Pui-ching

184

=

Yip Wai-fong

麥紀

李佩清

葉惠芳

185

Chan Po-yi

* 187

Kwok Yuen-ching

189

= Lau Mei-yuk

191

192

=

* 194

-

195

196

--

Lei Wai-fong

197

198

=

199

200

=

201

202

Ling Ngan-kui

205

Taam Sui-kam

206

Wong Chi-kin

=

Tang Chan-kuen

Ng Pung Sui-ming

Chau Shuk-tsing

Chan Sun-tsoh

Kong Fei-chi

Ho Sau-ying

Hui Keng-wan

Tsang Yang-sang

= Ma Nam--fong

陳寶儀

郭婉貞 劉美玉 鄧振權

·吳潘瑞明 周淑清

·陳純初 李慧芳 江翡芝 何秀英

許景

何潤燊

馬南鳳

英韞燊鳳 琚琴堅

凌雁琚

譚瑞

207

Lo Yung-yau

210

* 211

212

-

221

=

222

223

-

225

226

227

230

231

234

235

236

=

237

215

* 215

220

Yeung Sau-man

Sung Chiu-ngan

Leung Pui-yuk

= Chan Suet-ying

=

Lo Oi-ching

Au Lai-yung

Bau Shuen-chun

Lee Hou-sheung

Ling Sui-lin

Au Sou-man

Li Lo Wan-chi

Lo Chung-fai

Lau Wai-ching = Lo King-yung

=

Yeung Sui-san

Li Chi-ching

Chan Wai-yu

Leung Po-yuk

黃志堅

·羅川

·楊秀文

宋昭顏

·梁佩玉

陳雪影 羅愛清

區麗

李巧湘

·凌瑞蓮

區秀文

李羅芸芝

羅重輝

劉惠貞

·羅競容 楊瑞珊

·利志清

陳偉瑜 梁寶玉

238

Leung Wai-fun

梁偉勳

240

-

Kwok Miu-chun

郭妙珍

* 244

247

248

Chow Shuk-lan

Ng Yun-chiu

Yu Wai-suen

249

=

Li Wan-yuk

250

=

Wong Wing-nga

周淑蘭 吳婉超 余蕙萱 李蘊玉 黃詠雅

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 12, 1940.

ROLL OF MIDWIVES,-Continued.

No. in Register.

Name.

馬月蟬

252

=

Ma Yuet-sim

253

254

= Li Wan-sheung

=

Luk Ng-yung

o Loo King-wan

255

256

O

Chan Yuk-hing

257

* 259

=

Li Kwai-cheung

Yuen Sau-ching

Mary Lee

李蘊湘

陸伍容

盧景雲

陳玉卿

李季長

袁秀清

李瑪利

262

=

Shariffa Samy

264

267

= Lau Sui-keng

劉瑞瓊

269

= Kwan Wai-chuen

270

Chan Shiu-hang

271

Tsang Fung-ching

(Mrs. Arthur Fung)

272

Ngan Shun-wa

273

Yung Po-yuen

274

Suen Oi-to

276

=

Marie D. Kavarana

277

278

* 279

* 280

282

*284

* 285

* 289

=

=

Lam Shiu-fong

Sun Hung-ying

Chan Yuet-ming

= Au King-ching

=

-

=

=

Lena Pin

Leung Tsai-yau

Wong Sau-lin

Leung Tsai-ying

Tsang Fung-yi

Tse Oi-lin

Leung Yuk-king

謝愛蓮

梁玉瓊

關蕙荃 陳少衡 會鳳徵

顏舜華

容寳圓

孫愛徒

林少芳 孫洪英

陳月明 歐景清

芳英明清蓮有蓮英儀蓮

卞幼蓮

290

291

293

294

www

Huen Sau-ying

295

= Li Hon-ying

296

Chung Miu-lan

298

o Yick Yut-mui

299

Ng Siu-fong

300

Ng Yee-kuen

301

Hui Yuk-ching

302

=

Leung He-man

305

312

314

316

=

317

318

Wong Sau-ying

==

******

Lau King-hung

Tai Fook-sheung

Pang Yuk-king

Tong Chow-kwan

= Chan Tip-wan

禤秀

李漢

鍾妙

易月

英蘭梅芳娟清

吳筱芳

吳綺娟

許玉清

·梁希孟 劉競雄

·戴福常 彭玉瓊

·湯助群

陳帖雲

黃秀英

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

79

80

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 12, 1940.

ROLL OF MIDWIVES,-Continued.

Name.

= Lo Wai-tak

= Lam Yun-shan

=

Fong Shun-chan

= Shiu King-chan

Mok Shuet-hah

No. in Register.

319

= Mok Yee-shang

320

=

Fung Siu-hing

321

323

Chan Ngai-chin

325

327

328

330

331

333

=

334

=

336

==

337

338

339

=

Yip Yuk-ping

340

===

344

=

Kay Lai-wan

Daisy Wong

346

=

Cheung Wai-lim

-

=

Lee Shuk-yin

Mak Lin-hing

Phoon Wan-chee

Kwok Man-kin

Chan Chung-po

Ng Kong-sheung

* 347

350

=

Chum Li-kwong

= Tso Yee-chong

=

Lau Mo-ching

....

...

•莫綺湘

馮少卿

·羅惠

.

·

陳毅展

·林潤珊

方信眞

·蕭瓊珍

·莫雪霞

李淑賢

麥蓮

·潘蘊慈

·郭文

·陳仲

·吳鋒

葉玉屏

堅寳常屏雲心廉

基麗雲

黃歡心 張惠

•覃履光

左懿莊

352

劉慕貞

354

357

358

359

=

360

361

362

364

Fung Pik-bun

365

= Sit Pui-hun

*

Cheng Siu-yue

Leung King-fong

= Lee Pui-tsang

=

Lam Kin-hung

Tsang Yuen-fong

= Lam Wai-man

Chau Yee-ching

李佩眞

·林建鴻

會婉芳 林惠文

馮碧斌

梁劍

周儀

366

= Tam Siu-tsun

譚少

367

=

Chan Wai-ming

368

370

==

372

373

=

Leung Suet-wa

374

=

375

376

Ip Mei-ching

= Tso Kit-ming

= Chan Siu-fong

Gladys Lau

Li Fook-sheung

陳慧 慧明

陳少芳

劉德愛

李福常

梁說華

葉美貞

Leung Shuk-ching

梁淑貞

378

=

Kong So-ying

379

380

=

= Lo Yuk-chau

Yung Kwai-ying

381

=

Ho Chung-fong

382

=

Yung Yuk-ching

曹潔明

江素影

·盧玉秋

翁桂英

何仲芳

·翁玉清

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

D

英芳淸

t

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 12, 1940.

No. in Register.

383

ROLL OF MIDWIVES,-Continued.

Name.

林煥瓊

= Lam Woon-king

* 385

==

Lam Hau-kin

390

Ling Chi-kui

394

=

Wong Shun-kin

395

= Yuen Hing-fan

398

=

Li Yuet-kan

399

=

401

Wong Miu-ngar

Choi Wai-ching

Tam Kim-ming

* 402

=

Leung Kit-ying

405

408

=

Luk Kwan-yee

409

=

Leung Hung-san

·林巧

黃信堅

袁慶芬 李月球

•黃妙雅

蔡妙真 梁潔英 譚劍銘 陸坤儀 梁雄珊

馬桂英

=

410

* 412

= Ma Kwai-ying

Wong Yin-king

黃燕瓊

414

=

Ho King-ying

何瓊英

416

418

419

Chow Lai-lin

周麗蓮

Wong Shook-yee

黃淑儀

=

Sun Hung-bun

孫洪斌

420

421

423

424

425

428

429

430

Julia Tu

Theodora Chen

Ma Lai-ching

= Chau Sui-chun

*********

=

Lee Yuen-kin

Kwong Big-fong

= Mak Choi-hing

Tam Yuk-yee

涂碧波

陳碧琨

馬勵貞 周瑞春

鄺 碧芳

431

Leung Yuk-ha

432

Soo Wai-lin

433

Seen Shuk-yung

434

-

435

=

436

438

= Li Yuk-kuen

441

Alice Young

May Chan White

= Kathleen Leo

麥賽

譚若

梁玉霞 蘇惠蓮 單淑鏞 楊賽鶵 陳德美 廖華珍 李玉娟

....

王少

Wong Shiu-tsang

442

Woo Shau-ching

胡秀

443

444

445

446

447

448

==

Lai Wai-chun

449

= Lin Shing-pik

=

=

Mok Kit-ha

Li Bick-wah

Fong Wai-chung

= Lee Wai-fong

= Lee Pik-san

莫傑

李碧華

馮惠忠

李惠芳

·李碧珊

黎惠珍

·連城壁

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

81

82

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 12, 1940.

ROLL OF MIDWIVES,-Continued.

No. in

Name.

Register.

450

Tang Yuk-fun

451

=

Li Wai-king

453

Ho Wai-yin

鄧毓芬 李慧琼 何惠賢

454

=

Liu Po-ching

廖寶貞

456

Wong Yun-yee

黃婉儀

457

Chan Wai-chan

458

461

462

=

Tam Pui-ying

= Chan Mo-ching

Siu Yin-ha

Leung Mei-ling

==

Yuen Ching-lin

463

465

= Lee May-chun

=

Ho Yee-han

Fung Yu-po

陳偉貞

譚佩英

陳慕貞

蕭燕霞

·梁美

袁靑

霞靈蓮眞

李美眞

鄧劍德 何懿嫺

馮如寶

466

467

==

Tang Kim-tak

468

469

470

=

Cheng Wai-yu

陳偉如

471

472

==

Ho Mo-kit

473

* 474

=

* 475

* 476

Jenny Wong

477

= Ruth Chan

Wong Nga-han

= Chan Wai-man

Ching Kwan-sheung

Betty Yung

黃雅嫺

·何慕

陳偉文 程筠湘 容玉儀 黃珍艷 陳穎文

478

=

Wong Chueh-hang

黃翠珩

479

Mak Wei-ying

麥慧賢

480

Wong Lai-wah

黃麗華

481

=

Sung Wai-man

482

484

Cheng Yee-ha

485

Mo Wai-ying

=

Wong Kin-sam

宋惠民

黃堅

鄭綺

毛偉英

486

Yiu Chung-ngan

饒頌顏

487

=

Chan Kwai-ching

陳桂清

489

-

Wong Man-lan

黃文瀾

490

491

=

492

= Lau Chi-lin

Sit Pui-kwok

Lui Lai-kwan

劉紫

紫蓮

薛沛幗

493

呂麗群

Selima Mok

莫月容

494

-

495

=

496

* 497

* 499

500

=

Lei Shuk-yi

Lei Shuk-kan

Yu Hon-ying

Wong Sau-ching

= Chan Fung-yu

= Pau Sui-ping

李淑懿

李淑勤 余漢英

王秀清

陳鳳

•鮑穗屛

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 12, 1940.

ROLL OF MIDWIVES, Continued.

No. in Register.

Name.

501

Chung Oi-lun

鍾愛倫

502

Wong Tak-fun

王德芬

503

Tam Po-chun

譚寶珍

504

Tseung Yee-kay

蔣懿基

505

=

Cheng Suk-yin

鄭淑賢

507

=

Mary Fung

508

=

Wong Ki-tong

馮瑪利亞 黃

*509

+

Lillian Lam

·林慕嫺

512

||

Leung Ting-fong

梁庭

514

||

Ho Cheung

515

|

Chan Sau-tsun

·陳秀

516

||

Lei Din-fun

李典芬

517

||

Ling Lai-ching

518

Ha Wai-chun

519

||

Lum Moh-kit

520

||

Tang Tack-lin

521

||

Chan Chin-yuen

522

Liu Tak-ching

523

||

Chan Ying-min

+

524

||

Ku Lin-oi

525

||

Yuen Wai-ching

526

||

Li Pok-fei

凌麗清

夏維

林慕潔 鄧德蓮

陳展元

廖德

陳英勉

顧憐愛

阮惠貞

李樸非

眞潔蓮元清勉愛

527 ||

Lum Wai-yeu

林惠如

528

||

Wai Kam-tin

韋錦田

529

||

Chan Sau-jaun

·陳秀珍

530

||

Lau Wai-him

531

||

Yau Kwan-fung

532

Wong Yuet-sin

533

||

Lai So-fung

534

|| Tong Mo-jing

536

| Shiu To-yung

劉惠謙 邱群鳳

汪月仙

賴素芳

537

538

||

539

540

|| Tse Wai-yiu

|| Yu Shuk-hing

|| Ng Tsoi-tsing

|| Lee Chok-hann

謝懷

Cheung Chung-yuk

張宗鈺

余淑卿

541

542

|| Lam Lai-sau

543

|| Cheung Hing-tong

544

|| Cheung Hon-ying

545

|| Cheung Pui-ying

伍彩清 李楚嫺

·林麗秀

嫺秀棠英英

張慶棠 張漢英 張佩英

546 || Wong Shoi-san

黃瑞

547

|| Ngan Kan-hung

顏巾雄

548

|| Chan Gin-min

陳建明

549

|| Tsang Kun-yiu

會娟瑤

550

||

Lee Moe-kit

李慕潔

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

83

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84

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 12, 1940.

ROLL OF MIDWIVES,-Continued.

No. in

Name.

Register.

551

||

Liu Kit-oy

劉潔愛

552

||

Leung Nga-jing

梁雅

553

||

Leung Tsan-chii

梁珍

554

||

Yu Pik-fong

余碧

555

||

Chiu Mei-chang

+

趙美貞

556

||

Wong Sau-chi

王秀芝

557

||

Wong Leung Moon-chi

王梁滿慈

559

||

Tam Wai-wah

560

||

Wong Fong-tai

561

||

Ho Sau-tsing

562

||

Lau Che-yuen

564

||

Man Chak-yin

565

||

Ng Shuk-ching

譚惠華 黃芳弟

·何秀貞 劉智圓

文澤然

吳淑貞

566

||

Chan Tack-hing

陳德卿

567

||

Tong Yen-tsee

湯恩慈

569

||

Chan Yuk-tsan

陳玉

570

||

Kwan Lai-king

572 ||

Lau Foon-yung

關麗

劉歡

573

Tam Sheung-ling

譚湘

574

||

Lau Monn-hing

劉曼卿

575

||

Chung Sau-yin

鍾秀賢

576

||

Chu Zou-leng

朱就良

577

||

Choo Chau-kinh

朱就瓊

578

|| Lee Mei-yeun

李美容

579

|| Lou Boo-yeu

580

|| Chan Fu-cheng

581 || Man Tak-ching

582

Tse To-wai

583 || Ip Young-ching

584

586

587

588

|| O Shuk-kun

劉寶如

陳李祥

文德

司徒惠

葉潤清

柯淑娟

·薩潔

宋新

如祥貞

||

Shat Kit-wan

Sung Sun-ying

||

Yue Chun-fong

余振芳

590

||

Pen Pui-yen

潘佩瑤

591

|| Siu Wai-fong

蕭遺芳

594

|| Dse Yuk-ching

謝玉清

595

|| Lai Siu-lienn

黎蕭

596

|| Lam Wei-ching

598

|| Yip Sun-oi

葉新

599

|| Yau Wai-foan

游惠

600

|| Yau Wai-chee

游惠慈

601

|| Wong Wai-yinn

黃惠賢

602

|| Sung Oi-ching

宋愛清

603

|| Yeu Pik-wen

余碧雲

j

J-

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 12, 1940.

No. in Register.

ROLL OF MIDWIVES,-Continued.

Name.

606

||

Kwong May-chan

鄺眉珍

607

||

Lai Shue-ying

黎雪影

608

||

Hoh Pui-sann

何佩珊

609

||

Cheung Yuet-ming

張月明

610

||

Ng Shue-yee

611

||

Tsang Quan-kwong

612

||

Wong Yuet-wah

613

||

Chiu Yuet-mon

614

||

Chen Mai-yin

伍瑞儀

會坤光

黃月

趙悅文

陳美賢

615

||

Chau Lei-sun

周理信

616

[

Yeung Ching-ying

楊靜英

617

||

Ng Chi-kan

吳志勤

619

||

Kwan Moo-wai

Agnes Leong

621

* 622

* 623

* 625

* 627

629

634

=

Shin Siu-fong

Yeung Kwai-lau

= Mak Wai-lan

-

=

Liu Wai kuen

=

=

Hui Yuet-lin

Julia Leung

Leung Wai-hing

Constance Wong

Kwong May-ting

Wong Jick-kum

Ng So-fong

Lo Lai-yin

Seto Pik

Lau Chi-man

Yung Suk-fan

Tam Suet-nueh

關慕慧 梁美華 單少芳 楊桂榴

麥慧蘭

廖 惠

許月華

·梁雪莊

黃少嫻

戴美珍

鄺美庭 黃積金

伍素芳

榴蘭娟華莊馨嫻珍庭金芳賢儀璧文芬侶貽桂英梨姬文中鸞懿蓮志

635

636

637

=

Tai Mei-chun

638

-

639

=

640

=

641

羅麗賢

642

Ngo Chung-yee

敖仲儀

643

=

司徒璧

* 644

劉志

645

容 淑

647

=

譚雪

649

650

Nancy Taam

譚蓮桂

651

= Eva Tong

湯紹英

* 653

譚美

偉文

Agnes Chu

朱頌

=

Helen Wong

黃美

662

Chak Po-lin

663

=

Wong Kam-chee

翟寶

黃金志

=

Fanny Tso

* 655

656

* 657

658

659

||

= Bessie Thom

= Rebecca Tso

Lei Wai-man

Agnes Choa

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

85

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 12, 1940.

ROLL OF MIDWIVES,-Continued.

No. in

Name.

4

Register.

664

Chan Wai-ching

665

Ng Shui-ching

666

Chan Pui-king

667

668

= Man Tak-hing

Chan Mui-pak

陳惠貞

吳瑞

陳佩

文德

貞貞琼白卿

669

Kong Wan-sang

江韻笙

* 670

Ki Him-oi

祈謙愛

671

=

Chow Pik-king

周碧琼

672

Alice Law

羅志雄

673

=

Doris Layne

連鳳儀

674

Helen Lui

雷金鳳

675

Lam Yeuk-lan

林若蘭

676

Tse Yuk-lin

謝玉蓮

677

Chung Pick-ha

鍾碧

678

679

Lo Wai-fong

Kwok Kwai-heung

羅惠

郭桂

680

=

Wong Tack-fei

黃德輝

682

Chan Yuen-yee

陳婉儀

683

Kwong Sau-fong

鄺秀芳

*686

= Winnie Koo

古煥

688

689

=

690

-

691

692

=

693

695

696

Faan So-chee

697

* 698

699

700

702

=

703

705

= Choi Kwan-chi

=

www.

Helen Chiu

Chui Fu-yung

Ellis Hui

Leung Chi-kin

Wong Wan-hang

Lau Mei-shirt

Ng Wai-kau

Lam Yin-fun

To Yuet-king Po Lai-ching

Kwok Kak-yu

Chung Pik-ngang

Chung Pik-fong

Cheung Shuk-chi

Lee Wai-lan

Yip Cheuk

Leung Koon-koon

706

=

* 707

708

709

=

712

11 Ho Chee-ying

713

= Tso Man-ying

714

Yu Ping-yuk

715

Ng Yuet-mui

蔡坤

梁志

王蘊衡 劉美善 范素慈 吳偉球 林彥芬

·杜悅瓊 蒲勵貞

·郭克

鍾碧

鍾碧

張淑芝

李蕙蘭 灼

·葉

梁官官 何志英 曹文

·余冰玉

吳月梅

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 12, 1940.

ROLL OF MIDWIVES,-Continued.

No. in Register.

Name.

716

Chu Lai-king

朱麗琼

717

Leung Pik-chee

梁璧持

*718

=

Sylvia Chung

鍾鳳 韶

719

Teresa Loh

*720

721

=

722

723

724

725

726

727

=

728

729

=

=

Frances King

Ip Sui-fan

Sun Hung-chi

Lam Yuk-wan

Tong Sui-lin

Li Cheuk-ying

Yeung Yin-mui

Wong Lai-shui

Hoh Pui-ha

Chu Kwan-hing

May Wong

羅用蘭

王桂英 葉萃芬 孫洪志 林玉環

·唐小蓮

李卓英 楊燕梅

朱群卿

黃淑珍

黃麗水

何佩霞

*730

731

732

Florence Fu

Liang Pui-yui

753

734

=

735

Ho Sau-wah

736

Tang Pui-chan

737

Chung Chee-keung

738

Lee Yick-kam

739

Watt Po-hing

740

www.

Wong Sin-fong

741

742

748

744.

-

*745

*746

748

749

= Mak Man-shau

750

751

752

753

=

754

755

756

757

758

759

=

Cheung Sui-ying

Chau Chee-dun

Chiu Hop-tong

Cheung Wing-yin

Tsang Chiu-yung

Jean Tuey

Mary Tsui

Kathleen Yung

Kan Wai-chue

·傅娟

·梁佩

周智

何秀華 鄧佩珍 鍾

李奕錦 屈寶卿

黃倩

·招

張詠賢

會肯容

崔若薇

·徐梅英

容淑

淑貞

錦芳棠賢容薇英貞珠秀雲貞愛萍珍蓮成英嫻芳

崔徐容簡麥林趙

陳燕

·陳鳳

楊 翠蓮

·葉金

李鳳

760

= Clara Lum

= Chiu Oi-ching

=

=

Ip San-haan

Chan Yin-ping

Chan Fung-chan Yeung Tsui-lin

Ip Kam-shing

Lee Fung-ying

Lam Shuk-han

Tang Yuen-fong

Chan Shuk-hang

·林淑嫻

鄧畹芳

·陳淑珩

* An Asterisk indicates a Government Servant.

87

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 12, 1940.

ROLL OF MIDWIVES.-Continued.

Name.

No. in

Register.

761

Chiong Wai-chow

·蔣蕙儔

762

Tung Pu-fong

·董佩芳

763

Yeung Tsui-an

764

Maggie Ho

765

= Lavinia Lai

This roll is printed by the authority of the Midwives Board.

楊賽雁 何哲華 黎文芳

P. C. LAI,

3rd January, 1940.

Secretary, Midwives Board.

+ Certificate granted on compliance with section 3 of Midwives

Ordinance 1910 (This section has now been repealed). Certificate granted on compliance with Regulation 2A.

O Certificate granted on compliance with Regulation 2E.

Certificate granted on compliance with Regulation 2F.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 12, 1940.

No. 53.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

The following additions to the Register of Medical Practitioners entitled to practise Medicine in this Colony, published in Government Notification No. 362 of the 5th May, 1939, pursuant to the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1935, are published for general information :-

PERSONS QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

NATURE OF QUALIFICATION.

DATE OF QUALIFICATION.

Yaroogsky-Erooga,

Mark Akim.

Queen Mary Hospital.

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

19th Dec., 1939.

Tsang Kwong Kau.

2, Lock

會廣球

Road, 2nd floor, Kowloon.

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

19th Dec., 1939.

King, Mary (Mrs.)

neé Ellison.

2, University Path, Hong

Kong University.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of St. Andrews.

1920.

Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, London.

1924.

11th January, 1940.

P. S. SELWYN-CLARKE,

Director of Medical Services.

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OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 54. 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 12th day of February, 1940, unless the prescribed fees for renewal of registration are paid before that date :--

Number of Trade Marks.

Name and Address of Proprietor.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

File

No.

7th January, 1940.

401

of 1939.

Nos 95 and 96

of 1920.

Beck & Co., a Kommanditgesellschaft registered under the Laws of Germany, (Jersonally responsible partners Her- mann Marwede and Arnhold Adolf lambert Julius von Engelbrechten) of Am. Deich 44, 45, 46 and 47, Bre- men, Germany.

12th January, 1940.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks

T

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 12, 1940.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 55. 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.

Marks.

    Date of Names and Addresses of Owners. Expiration of

Renewal.

Classes in which registered.

File Nos.

No. 138 of 1926.

7th January, 1926.

No. 125 of 1912.

8th January, 1912.

No. 190 of 1898.

7th January, 1898.

No. 99 of 19 26.

11th January, 1926.

12th January, 1940.

Brand & Company, Limited, of Mayfair Works, 72 to 84, South Lambeth Road, Vanx- hall, London, S. W. England and 169, London Road, Lei- cester, England.

Eng Aun Tong Firm at No. 47 Neil Road, Singapore in the Straits Settlements.

J. & P. Coats, Limited, Paisley,

Scotland.

John Dewar & Sons, Limited of Glasgow Road, Perth, Scot- land and Dewar House, Haymarket, London, S. W. England.

7th January,

1954.

42

402 of 1939.

8th January,

1954.

403 of 1939.

7th January, 1954.

23

382 of 1939.

!

11th January,

1954.

43

404 of 1939.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 19, 1940.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 56.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 6 of 1901. (RATING).

In exercise of the powers conferred by section 8 (2) of the Rating Ordinance, 1901, the Governor in Council has wholly adopted, as the valuation for the period of nine months commencing on the 1st July, 1940, and ending on the 31st March, 1941, the existing valuation of the tenements of the Colony.

No. 57.

15th January, 1940.

T. MEGARRY,

Clerk of Councils.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 55 of 1936. (LIGHTING CONTROL).

In exercise of the powers conferred by section 2 of the Lighting Control Ordinance, 1936, the Governor in Council hereby makes the following amendments to the regulations published as Government Notification No. 565 in the Gazette of the 14th July, 1939, as subsequently amended by Govern- ment Notification No. 824 published in the Gazette Extra- ordinary of 20th September, 1939.

Amendments.

1. Regulation 3 is amended by the deletion of "(1)" at the beginning thereof and by the addition thereto of the following paragraph at the end thereof:

(c) Street lights which cannot be extinguished within three minutes.

(C

CC

2. Regulation 5 is amended by the addition of the words. railway carriages" between the word "in" and the word dwelling-houses in the second line thereof.

3. Regulation 9 is amended by the addition of "(1)" between the figure "9" and the word "vehicles" in the first line thereof.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 19, 1940.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 56.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 6 of 1901. (RATING).

In exercise of the powers conferred by section 8 (2) of the Rating Ordinance, 1901, the Governor in Council has wholly adopted, as the valuation for the period of nine months commencing on the 1st July, 1940, and ending on the 31st March, 1941, the existing valuation of the tenements of the Colony.

No. 57.

15th January, 1940.

T. MEGARRY,

Clerk of Councils.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 55 of 1936. (LIGHTING CONTROL).

In exercise of the powers conferred by section 2 of the Lighting Control Ordinance, 1936, the Governor in Council hereby makes the following amendments to the regulations published as Government Notification No. 565 in the Gazette of the 14th July, 1939, as subsequently amended by Govern- ment Notification No. 824 published in the Gazette Extra- ordinary of 20th September, 1939.

Amendments.

1. Regulation 3 is amended by the deletion of "(1)" at the beginning thereof and by the addition thereto of the following paragraph at the end thereof:

(c) Street lights which cannot be extinguished within three minutes.

(C

CC

2. Regulation 5 is amended by the addition of the words. railway carriages" between the word "in" and the word dwelling-houses in the second line thereof.

3. Regulation 9 is amended by the addition of "(1)" between the figure "9" and the word "vehicles" in the first line thereof.

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4. Paragraphs (d) and (e) of regulation 9 (1) are rescind- ed and the following paragraph is substituted therefor:

(d) In every lamp (except traffic direction indicators), any glass through which light may pass must be completely obscured with at least two thicknesses of ordinary blue close woven cloth or paint, and no such cloth or paint may be wetted, oiled, varnished or treated in any other way to increase its transparency.

5. Paragraph (2) of regulation 9 is rescinded and the following paragraph is substituted therefor:

(2) No head light may be lit on any vehicle which is also fitted with side lights: Provided that nothing in this paragraph shall, in relation to any head light, confer any exemption from compliance with paragraph (1) of this regulation.

6. The proviso at the end of regulation 9 is numbered as paragraph (3) of that regulation and the words "Provided that" at the beginning of that proviso are rescinded.

7. Regulation 11 is amended by the rescission of the letters and word (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e)" at the end thereof.

8. Regulation 17 is rescinded and the following is sub- stituted therefor:

17. (1) Such lights on trains and such signal lights on any railway as are necessary to bring traffic on the railway to a stop may remain lit during the hours of darkness but all such lights must be extinguished within three minutes after the sounding of an AIR RAID WARNING or within three minutes after traffic on the railway has stopped, whichever is the later, and no such light may be lit during a BLACK- OUT,

(2) the fire boxes of engines must be effectively screened during the hours of darkness so that no light proceeding there- from is visible from the outside.

وو

9. The second paragraph of regulation 24 is amended by

or in the newspapers the addition of the words

"' between the word "Gazette" and the word "or" in the second line thereof.

93

15th January, 1940.

T. MEGARRY,

Clerk of Councils.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 19, 1940.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 58.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. ROBERT ANDREW DERMOD FORREST to be Postmaster General, with effect from 12th January, 1940.

15th January, 1940.

No. 59.-It is hereby notified that His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. ROBERT ANDREW DERMOD FORREST, Postmaster General of Hong Kong, to be a competent authority for the purposes of regulation 7 of the Colonial Defence Regulations.

15th January, 1940.

No. 60.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to make the following appointment under regulation 5 (1) of the Colonial Defence Regulations :-

To be Assistant Censor-ROBERT ANDREW DERMOD FORREST.

15th January, 1940.

  No. 61. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. EDWARD IRVINE WYNNE-JONES to be Labour Officer, with effect from 15th January, 1940.

17th January, 1940.

  No. 62.-It is hereby notified that Mr. ERNEST HILLAS WILLIAMS, resumed duty as Crown Counsel, on 16th January, 1940.

17th January, 1940.

  No. 63.-It is hereby notified that Mr. HUMPHREY JOHN CRUTTWELL resumed duty as District Officer in the Southern District of the New Territories on 16th January, 1940.

19th January, 1940.

  No. 64.-His Majesty the KING has been pleased to approve the appointment of the Honourable Sir HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, K.C., to be an Unofficial Member of the Legislative Council for a further period of four years, with effect from the 17th January,

1940.

17th January, 1940.

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No. 65.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under instructions from the Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies, to appoint Mr. GEOFFREY SHERVILL COXHEAD, B.Sc., to be a Master, Education Department, with effect from 16th January, 1940.

17th January, 1940.

  No. 66. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under instructions from the Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies, to appoint Mr. SYDNEY GEORGE DAVIS, B.Sc., to be a Master, Education Department, with effect from 16th January, 1940.

17th January, 1940.

No. 67. It is hereby notified that Government Notification No. 238, published in the Gazette of 31st March, 1939 and Nos. 666, 667, 668 and 669, published in the Gazette of 18th August, 1939, are cancelled and the following substituted:

  His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under instructions from the Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies, to appoint the following officers, with effect from the dates shown:-

1. Mr. CLIFFORD GEORGE SOLLIS, M.A. (Oxon.), to be Director of Education,

with effect from 29th November, 1938.

2. Mr. WILLIAM LUCAS HANDYSIDE, M.A., B.Sc., to be a Senior Inspector of

Schools, with effect from 29th November, 1938.

3. Mr. GEORGE EDGAR SKYNNER UPSDELL, M.A., to be Principal, Central British

School, with effect from 1st January, 1939.

4. Mr. DAVID MORGAN RICHARDS, B.A., to be a Senior Master, Education Depart-

ment, with effect from 29th November, 1938.

5. Mr. GEORGE WALKER REEVE, B.A., to be a Senior Master, Education Depart-

ment, with effect from 1st January, 1939.

17th January, 1940.

No. 68.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. BRIAN CHARLES KEITH HAWKINS to be attached to the Imports and Exports Office for special duties, with effect from 16th January, 1940.

19th January, 1940.

  No. 69.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. DAVID LOIE to be a Government Chemist for the purpose of the Adulterated Food and Drugs Ordinance, No. 8 of 1935, and for the purpose of the Pharmacy and Poisons Ordinance, No. 8 of 1937.

17th January, 1940.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 19, 1940.

No. 70. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under instructions from the Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies, to appoint Mr. THOMAS OLIVER MORGAN, B.Sc. (Wales), as an Engineer, Public Works Department, with effect. from 16th January, 1940.

17th January, 1940.

No. 71-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under instructions from the Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies, to ap point Mr. STANLEY CRATHERN FELTHAM, A.R.I.B.A., Chartered and Registered Architect, to be an Executive Engineer, with effect from 12th December, 1939.

18th January, 1940.

No. 72. It is hereby notified that Commander THOMAS CHARLES STIFF, R.D., R.N.R. (Retired), F.R.S.A., A.1.N.A., resumed duty as Assistant Harbour Master on the 16th January, 1940.

18th January, 1940.

   No. 73.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under instructions from the Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies, to appoint Lieutenant- Commander JAMES JOLLY, R.N.R., to be Deputy Harbour Master, Hong Kong, with effect from the 11th December, 1939.

   Lieutenant-Commander JAMES JOLLY arrived in the Colony on the 15th January, 1940, and assumed duty on the 16th January, 1940.

18th January, 1940.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

   No. 74. In accordance with regulation 8 of the Regulations as to grant, forfei- ture, restoration and other matters concerning The Efficiency Medal in regard to the Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps, published as Notification No. 579 in the Gazette of 2nd August, 1935, His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to authorize the following award :-

Efficiency Medal.

Company Sergeant Major HENRY MARIA BRITTO.

18th January, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 75.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under section 3 (3) of the Vaccination Ordinance, 1923, Ordinance No. 12 of 1923, to cancel the appointment of Mr. H. AHMED to act as a Public Vaccinator, which was published in Government Notification No. 438 of the 3rd June, 1938, with effect from 18th January, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

13th January, 1940.

Colonial Secretary.

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No. 76. In accordance with regulation 4 of the Regulations as to the grant, for- feiture, restoration and other matters concerning the Colonial Police and Fire Brigade Long Service Medal published as Notification No. 37 in the Gazette of 10th January, 1936, His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to authorize the following awards with effect from the dates stated against their names:-

COLONIAL POLICE LONG SERVICE MEDAL.

Inspector

Sub-Inspector

European Contingent.

Louis Rampling Whant.

14. 1.39.

Frederick Douglas Bishop Tuckett

.12. 2.39.

Bernard Thorpe

7. 4.39.

Walter Henry Nolloth.

.11.10.39.

""

Sergeant Major.. Police Sergeant

""

Lance Sergeant

Police Sergeant

""

""

Lance Sergeant Police Constable

George William Moreton

Indian Contingent.

Hasse Khan..

149 Taje Khan

14 Chanchal Singh 207 Fatteh Khan

Cantonese Contingent.

188 Lau Iu.. 402 Wong Yat Ming 400 Yim Ki

51 Mak Siu Po.... 263 Lam Man.

599 Lam Yee.... 422 Lin Fuk

.14.11.39.

.24. 5.39.

5. 9.39. 17.12.39.

8.11.39.

..18. 8.39.

6. 9.39.

8. 9.39.

6.10.39.

8.11.39.

18. 4.39.

.25.10.39.

FIRST BAR TO THE COLONIAL POLICE LONG SERVICE MEDAL.

Indian Contingent.

Acting Sub-Inspector. Arjan Singh

Police Sergeant

318 Hazara Singh

19. 6.39.

28.10.39.

Cantonese Contingent.

Police Sergeant

136 Ho Piu.....

540 Ip Chak

""

23. 1.39. 3.12.39. 2. 9.39.

""

123 Li Sung

SECOND BAR TO THE COLONIAL POLICE LONG SERVICE MEDAL.

Cantonese Contingent.

Sergeant Major......... Kwan Hing Nam

9th January, 1940.

3. 8.39.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

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COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 77. It is notified under the Defence (Finance) Regulations, 1939, that the

following additions are made to the Chinese banks registered under Regulation 1 (1) (b)

as permitted to sell Chinese currency and to remit money to China subject to such limits and on such conditions as have been notified to each bank individually :-

*

Hong Kong & Swatow Commercial Bank, Ltd.

中國農工銀行

新華信託儲蓄銀行

12th January, 1940.

No. 78.

The Agricultural & Industrial Bank of China.

Sin-Hua Trust & Savings Bank, Ltd.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

The scale of fees charged by the Passport Office is

as follows:-

Issue of Passport

$ 10.00

Issue of Travel Certificates and similar

documents, each

4.00

Renewal of Passport, for each year of

renewal

2.00

Endorsement of Passport, otherwise than

at the time of issue or renewal .....

4.00

Transit visa, normal fee

1.10

11.00

Entry visa, normal fee

2. In the case of visas granted to nationals of those countries which charge British subjects visa fees in excess of those quoted above, reciprocal charges will be enforced, converted, until further notice, at the following fixed rates of exchange:-

Hong Kong $0.80=1 shilling (sterling) Hong Kong $1.50=1 shilling (gold) Hong Kong $4.10=U.S. $1.

Hong Kong $1.30=1 franc (gold)

3. Particulars concerning the fees charged in any particular case may be obtained on application at the Passport Office, Chung Tin Building, Des Voeux Road Central.

14th January, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 19, 1940.

No. 79.

Hong Kong.

EMERGENCY POWERS (DEFENCE).

Control of Communications.

In exercise of the powers conferred by the Defence Regulations, 1939, His Excellency the Governor hereby makes the following Order-

Transmission otherwise than by Post.

1. On and after the 18th day of January, 1940, no person shall convey or have in his possession for the purpose of conveying from this Colony to any destination out of this Colony or into this Colony otherwise than by post any of the following articles, hereinafter referred to as "non-postal prohibited articles"; that is to say-

(i) any newspaper, book, or other printed, manuscript or typescript publication, or cuttings or portions from any of the above;

(ii) any map, plan, sketch, drawing, print, photograph, photographic plate or photographic film which has been exposed in a camera whether it has been developed or not, or other descriptive or pictorial representation, or literature for the blind;

(iii) any postage or revenue stamps;

(iv) any impression of any die, seal or stamp of or belonging to, or used, made or provided by any Government Department or by any Diplomatic, Naval, Military or Air Force Authority, appointed by or acting on behalf of His Majesty;

(v) any letters or memoranda;

(vi) any other article whatsoever recording information by words, signs or otherwise: Provided that this Order shall not apply to-

(a) any non-postal prohibited article in respect of which the person sending or conveying it has previously obtained a permit for the purpose issued by or on behalf of the Censor, and has complied with any conditions subject to which the permit has been granted;

(b) any non-postal prohibited article in transit which has been submitted voluntarily at a port of arrival or departure for examination by the Censor, or by a person authorized to act on his behalf, and has been approved for further conveyance or delivery in compliance with any conditions subject to which such approval has been given;

(c) any non-postal prohibited article conveyed by an accredited representative on His Majesty's Service;

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(d) any non-postal prohibited article which is a document from a shipping or aircraft company or business firm addressed to a master, captain, agent, owner or charterer of a ship or aircraft, provided that such document--

(i) relates to the cargo, charter or other business of the vessel or aircraft on which it is or is to be conveyed and is necessary for the proper conduct of such business;

(ii) is submitted to the Censor for examination and approval before delivery to the addressee;

(iii) is deposited and retained in a bag sealed in such manner and at such time and place as may be prescribed by, the Censor.

2. The Order published as Government Notification 705 in the Gazete of the 26th August, 1939, is rescinded.

3. This Order may be cited as the "Control of Com- munications Order, 1940."

Published by His Excellency's Command.

No. 80.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

Dated this 13th day of January, 1940.

Order.

I, WILLIAM JAMES CARRIE, Controller of Food, by virtue and in exercise of the powers vested in me by the Defence Regulations, 1939, with the consent of His Excellency the Governor, hereby make the following order :-

The standard price for the following article of food shall, until further notice, be as follows:---

Brand.

Standard Price.

C.

Rolled Oats and Oatmeal.

*Quaker Oats, in tins, 20 oz.

.82 per tin.

W. J. CARRIE,

Controller of Food.

19th January, 1940.

NOTE. The above order amends the standard price fixed by Government Notification No. 15 in the Gazette of the 5th January, 1940, for the article of food mentioned.

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(d) any non-postal prohibited article which is a document from a shipping or aircraft company or business firm addressed to a master, captain, agent, owner or charterer of a ship or aircraft, provided that such document--

(i) relates to the cargo, charter or other business of the vessel or aircraft on which it is or is to be conveyed and is necessary for the proper conduct of such business;

(ii) is submitted to the Censor for examination and approval before delivery to the addressee;

(iii) is deposited and retained in a bag sealed in such manner and at such time and place as may be prescribed by, the Censor.

2. The Order published as Government Notification 705 in the Gazete of the 26th August, 1939, is rescinded.

3. This Order may be cited as the "Control of Com- munications Order, 1940."

Published by His Excellency's Command.

No. 80.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

Dated this 13th day of January, 1940.

Order.

I, WILLIAM JAMES CARRIE, Controller of Food, by virtue and in exercise of the powers vested in me by the Defence Regulations, 1939, with the consent of His Excellency the Governor, hereby make the following order :-

The standard price for the following article of food shall, until further notice, be as follows:---

Brand.

Standard Price.

C.

Rolled Oats and Oatmeal.

*Quaker Oats, in tins, 20 oz.

.82 per tin.

W. J. CARRIE,

Controller of Food.

19th January, 1940.

NOTE. The above order amends the standard price fixed by Government Notification No. 15 in the Gazette of the 5th January, 1940, for the article of food mentioned.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 19, 1940.

No. 81.

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939. (COMPULSORY SERVICE).

His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, pursuant to Section 11 (7) of the Compulsory Service Ordinance, 1939, to permit FREDERICK BERTRAM BLAKEY to quit the Hong Kong Defence Reserve, with effect from 12th January, 1940.

17th January, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

No. 82.

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939. (COMPULSORY SERVICE).

His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, pursuant to Section 11 (7) of the Compulsory Service Ordinance, 1939, to permit JOHN MCCALLUM PEARSON to quit the Hong Kong Defence Reserve, with effect from 15th January, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

17th January, 1940.

No. 83.

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939. (COMPULSORY SERVICE).

His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, pursuant to Section 11 (7) of the Compulsory Service Ordinance, 1939, to permit the following to quit the Hong Kong Defence Reserve, with effect from 18th January, 1940.

William Arthur Alexander Fergusson.

George Edwards.

18th January, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

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No. 84.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 25 of 1914. (TRADING WITH

THE ENEMY).

THE TRADING WITH THE ENEMY (SPECIFIED PERSONS) (AMENDMENT) ORDER, 1940.

His Excellency the Governor, with the prior approval of the Secretary of State, in pursuance of the powers conferred on him by sub-section (2) of section 3 of the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance, 1914, as amended by regulation 2 of the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance, 1914, Amendment Regulations, 1939, and of all other powers enabling him in that behalf, hereby orders as follows-

1. The Schedule to the Trading with the Enemy (Specified Persons) Order, 1939, as varied by the Trading with the Enemy (Specified Persons) (Amendment) Order, 1939, shall be further varied-

(a) by inserting the names and addresses specified in Part I of the Schedule to this Order:

(b) by deleting the names and addresses specified in Part II of the Schedule to this Order, and

(c) by making the amendments specified in Part III of the Schedule to this Order.

2. This Order may be cited as the Trading with the Enemy (Specified Persons) (Amendment) Order, 1940.

Fublished by His Excellency's Command,

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

Dated this 12th day of January, 1940.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 19, 1940.

SCHEDULE.

PART I.-ADDITIONS.

103

Firm.

Address.

A.E.G. Electrotecnica, A.G.

Adrian, S. L. & Co.

Africana Ltda. Sociedade Geral.

Agfa Gomci Kaisha

Almacen Hogar y Cocina

Arndt & Cohn Ltda.

Austro-Bulgarian Tobacco Co.,

Ltd.

"Auto Union" Agency

Banco Allemão Transatlantico (Deutsche Überseeische Bank)

Banco Germanico da America do Sul (Deutsche-Sudameri- kanische Bank A.G.).

Bayer. S. A. La Quimica...

"Bayer" Yakuhin Gomei Kaisha

Becker and Company

Behn Meyer & Co., Handel Mij,

N.V.

Berger, Curt

J

Cia.

Bergmann & Co.

Buchner, George Baucevitch

"Bulgaria" S.A.

Bulgarian Tube Industry Co.,

Ltd.

Carlowitz & Co.

Central American Trading Co.

(Bahleke, J. C.).

P.O. Box No. 203, Bogota,

Colombia.

Consulado 107, Havana, Cuba.

Lourenço Marques, and Beira, Portuguese East Africa, and at Lisbon, Portugal.

10, 2-chome, Marunouchi Koji- machi-Ku, Tokyo, and at Osaka, Japan.

Panama.

Lourenço Marques, Portuguese

East Africa.

20, April No. 13, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Moskovska, 3, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Bahia, Curityba, Porto Alegre, Rio de Janeiro, Santos and São Paulo, Brazil.

Rio de Janeiro, Santos and São

Paulo, Brazil.

Avenida Brasil 198, Lima, Peru.

Yaesu Building, 6, Marunouchi 2-chome, Kojimachi-Ku, Tok- yo, and branches at Kobe and Nagoya, Japan.

Oye Building, 9, Kinugasa-cho, Kita-Ku, Osaka, and at Tokyo, Japan.

Batavia, and all branches in

Netherlands East Indies.

Calle Cerrito 677, Montevideo,

Uruguay.

3-chome,

105, Hachimandori

Fukiai-ku, Kobe, and at Nagoya, Japan.

Rue Moskovska 3, Sofia, Bul-

garia.

Gr Ignatiyeff 10, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Slaveikoff 9, Sofia, Bulgaria.

49.

Shikishima-cho Dairen, Kwantung Leased Territory.

Managua, Nicaragua.

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Firm.

Address.

Cerjack-Boyna, Eric...

Chemia Uberseehandels Com-

pany.

China Export-Import and Bank

Co., Ltd.

"Cyclop" Surface and Under- ground Construction Bul- garian Co., Ltd.

D-Vo Za Prodashba Na German- ski Anilinovi Boi (Company for the Sale of German Ani- line Dyes).

Danckers, Hugo

Deutsche Levant Linie Agency.

Doitsu Senryo Gomei Kaisha.......

Eitzen, Ulrico and Arnold, Otto

"Elin" S.A. d'industrie elec-

trique.

"Erz" Mining Co., Ltd. ...

"Europa, Societe

Ferrostaal A.G. Essen

Geerz, Casa

General de Anilanas, S.A. Cia.

"Glarus," Ltd. ...

Goldenberg, M. & Co.

Goman, H. & Co.

"Günter Wagner Co., Ltd.

Heidrich, G. & Co. (Giessel &

Co.).

Hellinger, M. Sucesores

Hoffmeister y Bremer

Panama.

Roku-roku Building 1, Ginza Nishi 3-chome, Kyobashi-ku, Tokyo, Japan.

Chivoda Shoken Building 2, Kyobashi 1-chome, Kyobashi- Ku, Tokyo, and Osaka, Japan, also at Dairen, Kwantung Leased Territory.

Alexander 1, No. 4, Sofia, Bul-

garia.

Dondoukoff, 51, Sofia,

Boul.

Bulgaria.

Managua, Nicaragua.

Bourgas, Bulgaria.

Naka 2-gokan, 6, Marunouchi 3- chome, Kojimachi-Ku, Tokyo, and at Kobe, Japan.

Managua, Nicaragua.

Rue Solun, 13. Sofia, Bulgaria.

Dondukoff 6, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Rue Exarch lossef, 19, Sofia,

Bulgaria.

Edificio "La Auxiliar' 301,

Lima, Peru.

Managua, Nicaragua.

Avenida Brasil 190, Lima, Peru.

Rua Graf Ignatieff, 5, Sofia,

Bulgaria.

Medan, Sumatra, Netherlands

East Indies.

Mozambique, Portuguese East.

Africa.

Tzar Simeon, 172, Sofia, Bul-

garia.

Postweg Noord 19, Batavia, and at Sourabaya and Medan, Netherlands East Indies.

Panama.

Calle Juan Paullier 2368, Mon-

tevideo, Uruguay.

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105

Firm.

Address.

Holstein, C. and Company

12,

Kaigan-dori,

Kobe-Ku,

Kobe, and branches at Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya, Japan.

Batavia,

Netherlands

East

Indies.

Holtkamp, J. F. Handels en Industrie Maatschappij V/H, N.V.

Jabs, Herbert

Jaissle. Otto & Co.

Jugo-Skoda Fabrica

"Knaist" Co., Ltd.

Kohl, Jacob

Kreditbank (Kreditna Banka).

Kunst and Albers

Lang. Eugenio & Co., Ltd.

Mahn, Julius

Mannesmann Rohrenwerke Dus-

seldorf.

Mannesmann, Tubos

Marathon-Stomana

Marihat Sumatra Plantagen Co.

G.m.b.H.

Merck, E.

Montania, A. D.

Morlock, F.

Naudasher. Edward

:

Naviera y Comercial S.A., Com-

pania.

Nederlandsche Siemens Maat-

schappij. N.V.

Nippon Diesel Kogyo Kabushiki

Kaisha.

Nippon Schering Kabushiki

Kaisha.

Panama.

Noordwijk 15, Batavia, and branches at Sourabaya (Java) and Medan, Netherlands East Indies.

Bd Pariska 13, Belgrade, and Marticeva 13, Zagreb, Yugo- slavia.

Maria Louisa, 55, Sofia, Bul-

garia.

Lourenço Marques, Portuguese

East Africa.

6. UI. Alexander I, Sofia, and

branches in Bulgaria.

46.

Higashi-koen-cho, Dairen, Kwantung Leased Territory and at Mukden, Manchuria.

Managua, Nicaragua.

Panama.

Asahi Building,

Building, Nakanoshima 3-chome, Kita-ku, Osaka, Japan.

Calle Colombia 1308, Monte-

video. Uruguay.

Moskovska. 7. Sofia, Bulgaria.

Medan, Sumatra, Netherlands

Fast Indies.

P.O. Box 1302, Bogota, Colom-

bia.

Mishin, Belgrade,

Kapetan

Yugoslavia.

Managua, Nicaragua.

94. Rue Oborishte, Sofia, Bul-

garia.

(P.O. Box 1986) Aguiar 411,

Havana, Cuba.

Batavia and Sourabaya, Nether-

lands East Indies.

21. Mitsubishi Building, Maru-

nouchi, Tokyo, Japan.

83, Kyomachi, Kobe, Japan.

3.

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Firm.

Address.

Orenstein & Koppel, N.V. Fab- rieken van Spoorwegmateriaal.

Ostern & Co. Sociedad Anonima

Otten y Cia. S.A.

Pentzke, Carlos ...

Philippi, Wilhelm & Co.

:

Sourabaya,

Indies.

Netherlands

East

Banco del Herrador 587, Lima,

Peru.

Plaza San Martin 130, Lima,

Peru.

Managua, Nicaragua.

Mozambique, Ibo

and Porto

Quimica "Bayer" Westkott y

Cia.

Quimica Schering Colombiana

S.A.

Raabe, H.

Ratjen Rud and Company

"Reemstma" Export und Revi- sion Bureau der Firma H.F. and Ph. F. Reemstma.

Rieckermann, Johs.

Rieper, Wilhelm

Rittermann, Hans G., S.A.

Rochling Steel Works

Rotmann, Franz

Rudolf and Company

Schifffahrtskontor

G.m.b.H.

Fuer Iran

Schildhauer, P. & Co., Ltd....

Schmitz, P. and Company En-

gineering Office.

Schneider, Gustav

Schroeder, Georg & Leidenberg.

Schübel, Rudolf

Schuebel, Rudolf

Amelia, Portuguese East

Africa.

P.O. Box No. 301, Bogota, and

all branches in Colombia.

P.O. Box 147, Bogota, Colom-

bia.

Beira, Portuguese East Africa.

34, Kitamachi 6-chome, Aoyama, Tokyo, and at Osaka, Japan, also at Dairen, Kwantung Leased Territory.

Moskovska 7, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Kaigan Building, 10, Kyomachi, Kobe, and at Tokyo, Japan.

Boulevard Tsar Osvoboditel 17,

Sofia, Bulgaria.

Azangaro 235, Lima, Peru.

7,

7. Takara-cho 3-chome, Kyo-

bashi-ku, Tokyo, Japan.

Carabaya 330, Lima, Peru.

Daido Seimei Building 1, Tosa- boridori 1-chome, Nishi-ku, Osaka, and at Tokyo, Japan.

Ahwaz, Iran.

Gourko, 4, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Room 501-513 Nippon Kaijo Building, Edobori-kamidori 1-chome, Nishi-ku, Osaka, Japan.

Serdika 2, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Lourenço Marques, Portuguese

East Africa.

Ouspenska 12, Bourgas, Bul-

garia

9, Rue Pirot, Sofia, Bulgaria.

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Firm.

Address.

3

Siemens Bauunion Ltda.

(Philipp Holzman).

Siemens Bauunion

Siemens and Halske A.G.

Siemens Schuckert A.G.

Siemens Reiniger Werke (Dr.

Hagelstein).

Siemssen and Company

Singer Varrógép Részénytársaság (Singer Nähmaschinen Aktien- gesselschaft).

Sommer, Richard

Stickstoffe Kali Syndikat

Straits und Sunda Syndikat's

Administratie Kantoor.

Telefongyár

(Telefonfabrik schaft).

Telefunken

Ed Banco Aleman Antioqueno No. 401, Bogota, Colombia.

Palacio Salvo P.9. Montevideo,

Uruguay.

Calle 12 No. 10-43, Bogota,

Colombia.

Calle 12 No. 10-43, Bogota,

Colombia.

Carrera 10, No. 12-49, Bogota,

Colombia.

Totaku Building, Yamagata- dori, Dairen, Kwantung Leased Territory.

VII Rákóczi-ut 16, Budapest,

Hungary.

Lithuania.

Sofia, Bulgaria.

Noordwijk 39, Batavia-Centrum,

Netherlands East Indies.

Hungári Közép-Körut 126/128, Budapest, Hungary.

XIV Részvénytársaság Aktiengesell-

Tramsen, G. & Sons

Union

Baron).

Industrial S.A. (A.

Von Heringen, Wilhelm

Weiser, Dr. & Hering Suc.

Westkott y Cia. "Bayer"

Winckler and Company

Wolter, Carl Gomei Kaisha (Carl

Wolter & Co.).

Wurst, Herbert

Union 790, Lima, Peru.

Rue Exarch Iossef, No. 31,

Sofia, Bulgaria.

(P.O. Box No. 706) Camino las Flores, Barranquilla, Colom- bia.

6th September, Sofia, Bulgaria.

(P.O. Box No. 1492) Almacen Lindner, Bogota, Colombia.

Calle Uruguay 1016, Monte-

video, Uruguay.

(P.O. Box 161) 256, Yamashita- cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama, and at Kobe, Japan.

3, Honmachi 3-chome Jinsen

(Chemulpo), Korea.

San Salvador, Salvador.

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Firm.

PART II.-DELETIONS.

Address.

Nissen, Fischer, Gebert & Co....

Robo, Aktiebolaget

Scheel, G. & Co.

Societatea Bancara Romana

Sommerapartmenting, Richard... Timmermann By Cie.

Concepcion and Santiago, Chile. Birger Jarlsgatan 25, Stock-

holm, Sweden.

A. S. Tallinn, Estonia. A.S.

Str.

Lipscani 33, Bucharest, Roumania.

Lithuania.

Valparaiso and Santiago, Chile.

For

For

For

PART III.--AMENDMENTS.

Accumulatoren-Fabrik A.G. (Fabrica de Acumaladores S.A., Buenos Aires Branch) substitute Accumulatoren-Fabrik A.G.

(Fabrica de Acumuladores, S.A. Buenos Aires Branch) ".

66

Boker, Casa substitute Ferretera Mexicana, S.A. Cia. (Casa Boker ").

66

Cominchar S.A." substitute Compagnie Industrielle and Charbonniere S.A.".

፡፡

For Dalmatia Bauxite substitute Dalmacija Bauxit, Vilsonova Obala 35, Split, mines at Dris, Mostar, Sinj and Bihac, Yugo- slavia ".

For

፡፡

For

"

Hullstroit John substitute Hullstrom John ".

Juganil" substitute. Juganil D.D." and add "Svacicev Trg 6, Zagreb".

In relation to

66

Jugoholding S.A." for 64 Kapetan Michina sub- stitute Gospodar Jevremova 35 ".

In relation to" Kobenhavns Kul Og Koks Kompagni and branches at Naestved, Hjorring and Hirtshals, Denmark. substitute and branches at Hyorring and Hirtshals, Denmark."

وو

66

For La Ferretaria Alemana substitute La Ferreteria Alemana

For "Lieves y Cia (Casa Goldtree)" substitute "Liebes y Cia (Casa

Goldtree)

In relation to "Lisanski Rudnici A.D." for "17 Dositijeva sub-

stitute Kapetan Misina 6a ".

For

"Nemacki-Auto-Service, Vejvode Misica 12." substitute "Nemacki-Auto-Servis, Vojvode Misica 12."

For Schenker & Cie (First Yugoslav Forwarding Company)" sub-

stitute Schenker i Komp

66

For Société générale de Banque Yugoslavia S.A. Cika Ljubine 20, Belgrade, Yugoslavia " substitute Société générale de Banque Yougoslave S.A. (Opste Yugoslovensko Bankarsko Drustvo A.D.) Belgrade, Ljubljana, Novi Sad and Zagreb, Yugoslavia ".

For Vulcan Company, Veerhaven, Rotterdam, Holland," substitute Vulcaan, N.V. Handels en Transport Maatschappij, Veerkade 5, Rotterdam ".

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For Westen, Adolf, Cabeye, Yugoslavia," substitute "Westen,

Adolf D.D. Gaberje 143, pri Celje, Yugoslavia ".

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 19, 1940.

SUPREME COURT.

109

   No. 85.-It is hereby notified that a vacancy has occurred on the Urban Council, necessitating an election.

Nominations of candidates to fill the vacancy are invited.

   Each nomination must be in writing, signed by two electors, countersigned by the candidate and delivered in a sealed envelope to the Presiding Officer at the Registry, Supreme Court, not later than 1 p.m. on Wednesday, the 31st January, 1940.

   Nomination forms may be obtained at the Registry, Supreme Court, where the registers of electors referred to in section 3 of the Urban Council Ordinance, 1935, may be inspected.

   It is the duty of every candidate to satisfy himself that his nomination form is correctly completed before delivery thereof to the Presiding Officer.

This notification is gazetted pursuant to the Rules for the election of members of the Urban Council contained in Schedule C of the repealed Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, which said Rules remain in force by virtue of section 4 of the Urban Council Ordinance, 1935.

19th January, 1940.

P

No. 86.

L. R. ANDREwes,

Presiding Officer.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

The following addition to the Register of Medical Practitioners entitled to practise Medicine in this Colony, published in Government Notification No. 362 of the 5th May, 1939, pursuant to the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1935, is published for general information :-

PERSON QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

NATURE OF QUALIFICATION.

DATE OF QUALIFICATION.

Lim Soon Kooi.

Eliot Hall,

Hong Kong

林順貴

University.

18th January, 1940.

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

21st Dec., 1939.

P. S. SELWYN-CLARKE,

Director of Medical Services.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 19, 1940.

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

  No. 87.--List of Masters, Mates and Engineers, who have passed Examinations and obtained Certificates of Competency, issued under the Provisions of the "Merchant Shipping Colonial Act 1894" and of the Order in Council of the 9th May, 1891, for the year ended 31st December, 1939.

CERTIFI-

DATE 1939. !

CATE

NAME.

GRADE.

No.

Jan. 27

77222

Bywater, Frank

2nd Class Steam Endorsement

(Liverpool.)

28

5075

Insh, George Pratt

1st Mate S.S.

28

5076

Jackson, Fred

1st Class Engineer.

28

5077

Hooper, Cecil Herbert...

Master S.S.

28

5078

Malley, William Henry

Master S.S.

28

5079

Groundwater, Richard Innes

Master S.S.

30

5080

Miller, James William..

Master S.S.

Mar. 16

5081

Jones, Arthur Ernest

Master S.S.

20

5082

Robjant, Arnold George...

Master S.S.

Apr. 20

Gatehouse, George Oliver

Master S.S.

5083

22 5084

May 20

5085

17 78076

(Glasgow.)

26 78478

(Liverpool.)

Reedman, Frank Charles.....

Macdonald, Alexander.....

McPherson, Joseph

Marsh, Andrew..

1st Class Engineer.

1st Class Engineer.

2nd Class Steam Endorsement.

Baines, John Leslie

June 21 0122

Dubois, Edward Alexander......

(Sydney.)

26

5086

Aug. 21

5087

26 5088

26 5089

Nicholls, Robert Edward George.

Anderson, Edward Kemp

Quick, Lewis Dennis

Oct. 23 5090 Auriac, Paul Cecil

1st Class Motor Endorsement.

2nd Class Motor Endorsement.

Master S.S.

1st Class Engineer.

Master S.S.

Master S.S.

2nd Class Engineer.

23

5091

Wilson, Frank Maddocks........

1st Class Engineer.

23

5092

Finnie, Archibald..

2nd Class Engineer.

Nov. 10 5093

Harrison, Robert

28

5094

Edley, William Victor..

1st Mate S.S.

1st Class Engineer.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 19, 1940.

LIST OF MASTERS, MATES AND ENGINEERS,-Continued.

CERTIFI-

DATE 1939.

CATE

No.

NAME.

GRADE.

Nov. 29 5095

Money, Leslie Joseph

Master S.S.

29

5096

Robinson, Arthur Milnes....

Master S.S.

29 5097

Hall, Stanley William

Master S.S.

29

5098

Hammond, Donald

Master S.S.

Dec. 23 5099

Woolfe, Van Ralty

Master S.S.

28

5100

Sanh, Leonard Antoine

2nd Class Engineer.

16th January, 1940.

G. F. HOLE,

Harbour Master, etc.

No. 88.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

Sunrise and Sunset in Hong Kong for February, 1940. (STANDARD TIME OF THE 120TH MERIDIAN, EAST OF GREENWICH.)

DATE.

SUNRISE.

SUNSET.

DATE.

SUNRISE.

111

SUNSET.

h. m.

h. m.

February

1

7.03 a.m.

6.11 p.m.

D

7.03

6.12

16.

h. m.

February 15...... 6.56 a.m.

h. m.

6.20 p.m.

6.56

6.20

"

19

3

7.02

6.13

17.

6.55

6.21

""

1.

11

4...

7.02

6.13

18....

6.54

6.21

""

5.

7.02

6.14

19..

6.54

6.22

71

6.....

7.01

6.14

20.....

6.53

6.22

""

""

7.

7.00

6.15

21....

6.52

6.23

99

S..

7.00

6.15

99

6.51

6.23

>>

9..

6.59

6.16

23..

6.50

6.23

15

""

"

10..

6.59

6.17

24.

6.49

6.24

+9

11.

6.58

6.18

25.

6.49

6.24

""

""

""

12.

6.58

6.18

26...

6.48

6.25

""

""

"

19

13...

6.57

""

14...... 6.57

6.19 6.19

27

97.

6.47

6.26

""

""

""

28.

6.47

6.26

""

19

"

""

29.

6.46

6.27

""

""

19th January, 1940.

C. W. JEFFRIES,

Director.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 19, 1940.

LIST OF MASTERS, MATES AND ENGINEERS,-Continued.

CERTIFI-

DATE 1939.

CATE

No.

NAME.

GRADE.

Nov. 29 5095

Money, Leslie Joseph

Master S.S.

29

5096

Robinson, Arthur Milnes....

Master S.S.

29 5097

Hall, Stanley William

Master S.S.

29

5098

Hammond, Donald

Master S.S.

Dec. 23 5099

Woolfe, Van Ralty

Master S.S.

28

5100

Sanh, Leonard Antoine

2nd Class Engineer.

16th January, 1940.

G. F. HOLE,

Harbour Master, etc.

No. 88.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

Sunrise and Sunset in Hong Kong for February, 1940. (STANDARD TIME OF THE 120TH MERIDIAN, EAST OF GREENWICH.)

DATE.

SUNRISE.

SUNSET.

DATE.

SUNRISE.

111

SUNSET.

h. m.

h. m.

February

1

7.03 a.m.

6.11 p.m.

D

7.03

6.12

16.

h. m.

February 15...... 6.56 a.m.

h. m.

6.20 p.m.

6.56

6.20

"

19

3

7.02

6.13

17.

6.55

6.21

""

1.

11

4...

7.02

6.13

18....

6.54

6.21

""

5.

7.02

6.14

19..

6.54

6.22

71

6.....

7.01

6.14

20.....

6.53

6.22

""

""

7.

7.00

6.15

21....

6.52

6.23

99

S..

7.00

6.15

99

6.51

6.23

>>

9..

6.59

6.16

23..

6.50

6.23

15

""

"

10..

6.59

6.17

24.

6.49

6.24

+9

11.

6.58

6.18

25.

6.49

6.24

""

""

""

12.

6.58

6.18

26...

6.48

6.25

""

""

"

19

13...

6.57

""

14...... 6.57

6.19 6.19

27

97.

6.47

6.26

""

""

""

28.

6.47

6.26

""

19

"

""

29.

6.46

6.27

""

""

19th January, 1940.

C. W. JEFFRIES,

Director.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 19, 1940.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

   No. 89. 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.

     Date of Names and Addresses of Owners. Expiration of

Renewal.

Classes in

File

which registered.

Nos.

No. 98 of 1926.

14th January, 1926.

Wui Yuen Hing Hong of No. 100, Des Voeux Road West, Victoria, in the Colony of Hong Kong.

14th January, 1954.

20

408

of 1939.

Nos. 106 & 107 of 1926.

15th January, 1926.

The Dairy Farm Ice & Cold Storage Company, Limited, of Lower Albert Road, Vic- toria, in the Colony of Hong Kong.

15th January, 1954.

42

409 of 1939.

19th January, 1940.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

   No. 90. 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 day of February, 1940, 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. 168 of 1926.

No. 97 of 1926.

Tide Water Oil Company, of 11, Broad- way, in the City, County and State of New York, United States of America.

Cheung Chen Firm of Shamshuipo in the Dependency of Kowloon and Colony of Hong Kong.

19th January, 1940.

13th January, 1940.

406 of 1939.

14th January, 1940.

407 of 1939.

J. B. PRENTIS,

• Registrar of Trade Marks.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 26, 1940.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

    No. 91.-It is hereby notified that under Section 73 (4) of the Public Health (Sanitation) Ordinance, 1935, His Excellency the Governor in Council has ordered that the Fukienese Cemetery on Lots Nos. 582 and 583, S. D. 1, Kowloon City, shall be closed from and after 15th January, 1940.

15th January, 1940.

T. MEGARRY,

Clerk of Councils.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

No. 92.-His Majesty the KING has not been advised to exercise his power of disallowance with respect to the following Ordinances -

:

Ordinance No. 41 of 1939.-An Ordinance to amend the Vagrancy Ordinance,

1897.

Ordinance No. 44 of 1939.-An Ordinance to consolidate and amend the Pre-

vention of Eviction Ordinances, 1938 and 1939.

25th January, 1940.

C. BRAMALL BURGESS,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

    No. 93. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under instructions from the Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies, to appoint Miss MARJORIE DORIS RIDDLE to be a Nursing Sister, with effect from 16th January, 1910.

23rd January, 1940.

    No. 94.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under instructions from the Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies, to appoint Miss LA-VIRA EDNA HERN to be a Nursing Sister, with effect from 16th January, 1940.

23rd January, 1940.

    No. 95. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under instructions from the Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies, to appoint EDWARD WILLIAM RONALD HACKETT, B.A., M.B., Ch.B., B.A.O., to be a Medical Officer, with effect from 16th January, 1940.

24th January, 1940.

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   No. 96.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under instructions from the Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies, to appoint Mr. GEORGE ALLAN RODNEY WRIGHT-NOOTH to be a Police Cadet, on probation, with effect from 16th January, 1940.

25th January, 1940.

   No. 97.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint the following officer to be a Justice of the Peace for the Colony of Hong Kong :

Official:

Lieutenant-Commander JAMES JOLLY, R.N.R.

25th January, 1940.

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No. 98.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint, under the provisions of section 10 of the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1935, Ordinance No. 41 of 1935, Professor LEWIS RUDALL SHORE, M.C., M.A., M.D., B. Chir., D.P.H., M.R.C.S., M.R.C.P., to be a Member of the Medical Board for a term of three years, with effect from 19th January, 1940.

20th January, 1940.

No. 99. The following classification of Government Surveyor made pursuant to section 10 (4) of the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, as amended by the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1935, is published for general information :---

Engineer and Ship Surveyor; and Examiner of Engineers:

WILLIAM SWEET SMITH.

24th January, 1940.

No. 100. It is hereby notified that during the absence from the Colony of Mr. KATSUO OKAZAKI, Consul-General for Japan at Hong Kong, Mr. TAKIO ODA will be in charge of the Japanese Consulate-General,

23rd January, 1940.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 26, 1940.

NOTICES.

No. 101.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

The following Orders of His Majesty in Council are published for general information.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

18th January, 1940.

NOTE. The text of the Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Man- dated Territories) Order, 1927, as subsequently amended, was published in consolidated form as G.N. 914 in the Gazette of the 17th December, 1937.

This order has been further amended by the Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories) (Amendment) (No. 2) Order, 1937, made under an Order in Council dated the 21st December, 1937, and published as G.N. 296 in the Gazette of the 14th April, 1938.

AT THE COURT AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE

THE 4TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1938

PRESENT

THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY

Lord President.

Mr. Secretary MacDonald.

Lord Privy Seal.

Viscount Finlay.

Lord Atkin.

Sir Fairfax Luxmoore.

Sir Rayner Goddard.

Sir Herbert du Parcq.

WHEREAS in pursuance of powers vested in Him by virtue of the Air Navigation Acts, 1920 and 1936, His Majesty in Council was pleased to make the Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories) Order, 1927, and the Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories) (Amendment) Order, 1929, the Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories) (Amend- ment) Order, 1931, the Air Navigation (Colonies, Protec- torates and Mandated Territories) (Amendment) Order, 1932, the Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories) (Amendment) Order, 1935, the Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories) (Amend- ment) Order, 1936, the Air Navigation (Colonies, Protec- torates and Mandated Territories) (Amendment) Order, 1937, the Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories) (Amendment) (No. 2) Order, 1937, and the Air Navigation (Aden) Order, 1938, amending the first mentioned Order, which Order as so amended is hereinafter referred to as "the principal Order":

AND WHEREAS it is expedient that the principal Order should be further amended in the manner hereinafter appear- ing:

"

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 26, 1940.

NOW, THEREFORE, His Majesty, by virtue and in exercise. of the powers conferred on Him by the Air Navigation Acts, 1920 and 1936, and the Colonial Air Navigation (Application of Acts) Orders, 1937 and 1938, and otherwise in His Majesty vested, is pleased, by and with the advice of His Privy Council, to order, and it is hereby ordered, as follows:----

1. In Paragraph (1) of Article 22 of the principal Order Amendment the words preceded, in the case of a signal by radio of Article telephony, by the name of the owner of the aircraft" shall be omitted.

22.

2. The following Article shall be inserted after Article Civil Air

Ensign. 22 of the principal Order :--

"Civil Air Ensign.

22A. (1) Subject as hereinafter provided the Civil Air Ensign established by the Civil Air Ensign Order, 1937, shall not be flown on any aircraft or on any ship or boat or on any building or elsewhere within the Colony.

(2) The Civil Air Ensign may be flown (a) on any British aircraft, (b) at any aerodrome situated in the Colony which is licensed under this Order, (c) by the person operating an Air Transport undertaking owning British aircraft upon or in proximity to any building occupied by him as his principal office or place of business, (d) by any person to whom per- mission in writing is granted for the purpose by the Governor, at such places and subject to such conditions as may be specified in such permission, provided that the Civil Air Ensign shall not be hoisted on board any ship or boat belong- ing to any British subject or any person under His Majesty's protection without warrant from His Majesty or from the Admiralty".

3. Article 27 of the principal Order shall be amended Amendment as follows, that is to say:-

(1) A colon shall be substituted for the full stop at the end of paragraph (1).

(2) The following proviso shall be inserted at the end of paragraph (1)-

"Provided that, in the case of military aircraft used for the purposes of an Auxiliary Air Unit, a Civil flying school, or any other establishment in which instruction in flying is given, where such an aircraft is not commanded by a person in naval, military or air-force service detailed for the purpose, it shall be necessary to comply with the require- ments of the following provisions of this Order, that is to

say:-

(i) Article 7 in so far as it relates to the provisions of Schedule IV to this Order:

(ii) Paragraphs (1), (2) and (4) of Article 10;

(iii) Article 12; and

(iv) Article 13 ".

4. Article 30 of the principal Order shall be amended as follows, that is to say:-

(1) A semi-colon shall be substituted for the full stop at the end of sub-paragraph (b).

of Article

27.

Amendment of Article 30.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 26, 1940.

Amendment

of Schedule

I.

Amendment

(2) The following sub-paragraph shall be inserted after sub-paragraph (b):-

CC

(e) for prescribing the scales of charges at aerodromes and the fees to be paid in respect of the grant of any certificate or licence or any other matter."

5. The following amendments shall be made in Schedule I to the principal Order :---

(1) The following words shall be inserted at the end of paragraph 14:---

The letters shall be without ornamentation and a hyphen shall be placed between the nationality mark and the registration mark."

(2) In paragraph 15 the last sentence shall be omitted.

(3) The following paragraph shall be substituted for paragraph 17-

"17.-(a) The width of each letter and the length of the hyphen between the nationality mark and the registration mark shall be two-thirds of the height of the letters and the thickness of the lines forming the letters and the hyphen shall be one-sixth of that height;

(b) As nearly as the constructional features of the aircraft admit, each letter shall be separated from the letter which immediately precedes or follows it (the hyphen for this purpose being regarded as a letter) by a space equal to half the width of the individual letters; and

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(c) In order to render the marks clearly legible the lines forming the letters and the hyphen shall be solid and of a uniform colour contrasting clearly with the background on which they are placed."

(4) Paragraph 18 shall be omitted.

   6. The following amendments shall be made in Schedule of Schedule IV to the principal Order :--

IV.

(1) In sub-paragraph (4) of paragraph 17, sub-paragraph (c) shall be omitted.

(2) (a) The following title shall be substituted for the title of Section VI:-

Special rules relating to aircraft on the surface or near the surface of the water.

,,

(b) In paragraph 49-

(i) The word "and" at the end of proviso (a) shall be omitted;

(ii) A comma shall be substituted for the full stop and the word "and" shall be inserted at the end of proviso (b); and

(iii) The following proviso shall be inserted after proviso (b):

"(c) Every aircraft in flight or in process of manœu- vring near the surface of the water shall as far as possible keep clear of all vessels and avoid impeding the navigation thereof."

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 26. 1940,

(3) The following paragraph shall be inserted after para- graph 50:-

50A.--(1) The person in charge of an aircraft flying along an international air traffic route or on a regular line or service of public air transport shall--

(a) before the aircraft commences any flight, procure such information as will enable him to acquire knowledge of the general meteorological situation and of the way in which it is developing; and

(b) immediately before the departure of the aircraft on any flight ascertain, from such information as may be avail- able at the aerodrome or other place of departure, what are the meteorological conditions anticipated along the routes he may follow for the period during which the aircraft will be flying and what are the latest observed meteorological con- ditions at places along such routes or at places so near to such routes as to render the meteorological conditions existing at those places significant for the purpose of the intended flight.

(2) If at any aerodrome from which an aircraft to which this paragraph relates is about to depart a forecasting service is in operation, the person in charge of the aircraft shall, for the purposes of sub-paragraphs (a) and (b) of sub-paragraph (1) of this paragraph, consult personally the meteorologist employed on that service if he is available."

7.-(1) This Order may be cited as the Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories) (Amend- ment) Order, 1938.

(2) This Order shall be come into operation on the 1st day of December, 1938.

Citation and ment.

commence-

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Rupert B. Howorth.

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AT THE COURT AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE

THE 20TH DAY OF DECEMBER, 1938

PRESENT

THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY

Lord President.

Lord Chamberlain

Mr. Ernest Brown.

Mr. James Stratford.

WHEREAS in pursuance of powers vested in Him by virtue of the Air Navigation Acts, 1920 and 1936, His Majesty in Council was pleased to make the Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories) Order, 1927, and the further Orders amending the said Order which are mentioned in the Schedule hereto, which said Order as so amended is hereinafter referred to as "the principal Order":

AND WHEREAS it is expedient that the principal Order should be further amended in the manner hereinafter appear- ing:

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Amendment

of Article 14.

Now, THEREFORE, His Majesty, by virtue and in exercise of the powers conferred on Him by the Air Navigation Acts, 1920 and 1936, and the Colonial Air Navigation (Application of Acts) Order, 1937 and 1938, and otherwise in His Majesty vested, is pleased, by and with the advice of His Privy Council to order, and it is hereby ordered, as follows:---

1. Article 10 of the principal Order shall be amended as follows, that is to say-

(a) In paragraph (2) thereof the following proviso shall be substituted for the proviso to sub-paragraph (b):-

"provided that this prohibition shall not apply-

(i) in a case where any such concourse is assembled for the purpose of witnessing an event which consists wholly or principally of an aircraft race or contest or exhibition of flying, to an aircraft taking part in such race, contest or exhibition or engaged in a flight arranged by or made with the written approval of the organizers of the event as part of the entertainment afforded in connexion therewith;

(ii) to an aircraft which is being used for police pur-

poses;

(iii) to an aircraft arriving at or departing from a licensed aerodrome if flying over or in the immediate vicinity of any such place as aforesaid is necessary for the purpose effecting such arrival or departure; or

of

(iv) to an aircraft passing from place to place in the ordinary course of navigation and flying at a reasonable height.

(b) The following paragraph shall be substituted for paragraph (8):-

(8) In every flying machine registered in the Colony and carrying passengers for hire or reward or, in a case where the carriage is effected by an air transport undertaking, whether for hire or reward or not-

(a) every means of exit from the aircraft and from every passenger compartment therein shall be kept free from any obstruction and no such means of exit shall be so fastened by locking or otherwise as to hinder the immediate use thereof in an emergency; and

(b) the position of every such means of exit which is specially provided for use in an emergency shall be clearly marked and in each case the method of operation shall be indicated."

(c) The following paragraph shall be inserted after para- graph (8):

(9) The Governor may, for the purpose of promoting the safety of aircraft, make regulations as to special signals and other communications to be made by or to an aircraft, as to the course on which and the height at which an aircraft shall fly and as to any other precautions to be observed in relation to the navigation and control of aircraft which the Governor may consider expedient for the purpose aforesaid and no aircraft shall fly in contravention of any such regulations."

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 26, 1940.

2. The following Article shall be substituted for Article Amendment 14 of the principal Order :-

"14. In every British aircraft registered in the Colony, when flying-(a) there shall be carried and maintained in a fit condition for immediate use such instruments and equip- ment applicable to the class or description of the aircraft as may be prescribed, and any such instruments and equipment shall be installed or stowed in the aircraft in such manner and position and in such places, which shall be marked in such manner, and shall be used by such persons and in such manner as may be prescribed; and (b) such devices shall be used and such precautionary measures shall be taken (including the treatment of any part of the aircraft with specified prepara- tions) as may be prescribed for the purpose of promoting the safety of the aircraft.'

of Article 14.

3. The following Article shall be inserted after Article Carriage of 19 of the principal Order :--

19A. (1) Subject as hereinafter in this paragraph pro- vided, no person shall carry in

(i) any British or foreign aircraft when such aircraft is in or over the Colony; or

(ii) any British aircraft registered in the Colony when such aircraft is carrying passengers for hire or reward outside the Colony

any dangerous goods to which this Article applies except with the special permission in writing of the Governor, and subject to any conditions imposed by such special permission:

Provided that the special permission of the Governor shall not be required for the carriage of―

(a) safety cartridges, so long as, when carried as cargo in an aircraft carrying passengers or goods for hire or reward, such cartridges are packed in substantial tin-lined wooden cases in such a manner as to ensure that there is no undue movement within the package, and

(b) any article of equipment of the aircraft or any article required for the purposes of the operation, navigation or safety of the aircraft or the safety or well-being of any person or persons on board, so long as, in the case of a British aircraft registered in the Colony, fuel and oil are carried in the fuel and oil tanks of such aircraft or in special stowage approved for the purpose by the Governor and articles of an inflammable nature required in connection with the naviga- tion or safety of the aircraft are of a type approved by the Governor.

(2) Subject as hereinafter in this paragraph provided, every person consigning for carriage by any aircraft any dangerous goods

(i) shall mark distinctly on the outside of the package or container containing such goods their nature, weight and quantity;

(ii) shall give to the carrier of the goods written notice of such nature, weight and quantity and of the name and. address of the sender thereof by means of an air consignment note coloured red or bearing the words 'dangerous goods' in prominent red letters; and

dangerous goods.

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Amendment of Article 27.

Amendment

of Schedule IV.

(iii) shall in any case where the special permission in writing of the Governor given under paragraph (1) of this Article is necessary for the carriage, attach such permission to the air consignment note:

Provided that:-

(a) Sub-paragraph (ii) of this paragraph in so far as it requires the air consignment note to be coloured red or to bear the words dangerous goods' in prominent red letters shall not apply to the case of the carriage of safety cartridges in accordance with proviso (a) to paragraph (1) of this Article, and

(b) This paragraph shall not apply to the carriage of equipment or other articles in accordance with proviso (b) to paragraph (1) of this Article.

(3) In cases to which paragraph

to which paragraph (2) of this Article applies and not within proviso (a) to that paragraph the carrier shall notify the person in charge of the aircraft of the nature, weight and quantity of the goods at or before the time of sending such goods to be carried or taken on board the aircraft.

(4) In this Article the expression-

'Dangerous goods' means any explosive substance and any other goods (whether explosive or not) which by reason of their nature are liable to endanger the safety of the aircraft or persons on board the aircraft;

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Safety cartridges' means cartridges for small arms of which the case can be extracted from the small arm after firing and which are so closed as to prevent any explosion in one cartridge being communicated to other cartridges.

(5) The provisions of this Article shall be in addition to and not in derogation of the provisions of Article 19 of this Order."

4. The proviso to paragraph (1) of Article 27 of the principal Order shall be amended by inserting the words. flown by a civilian pilot for the purpose of any test or after the words "military aircraft".

,,

5. In Schedule IV to the principal Order the following paragraphs shall be substituted for paragraphs 20, 21 and 29 respectively-

CC

20. To require an aircraft to land, the following signals shall be used:--

:

By day and by night, a series of projectiles discharged at intervals of 10 seconds, each showing on bursting green lights or stars;

In addition, if it is necesasry to distinguish amongst several the aircraft which is to land, a continuous white luminous beam shall be directed at that aircraft:

Provided that, when the authority who desires to give the order to land is able to establish radicelectric communica- tion with the aircraft, this order may be given by using the means of communication established."

"21. To warn an aircraft that it is in the vicinity of a prohibited area (including areas flight over which is tem- porarily prohibited or restricted) and should change its course, the following signals shall be used:-

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(a) By day, a series of projectiles discharged at intervals. of 10 seconds, each showing on bursting black or white smoke;

(b) By night, a series of projectiles discharged at intervals of 10 seconds, showing on bursting white lights or stars, or an intermittent white luminous beam directed at the aircraft:

Provided that, when the authority who desires to give the order for the change of course referred to in this paragraph is able to establish radioelectric communication with the aircraft, this order may be given by using the means of communication established."

29. An aircraft which overtakes another aircraft shall keep out of the way of the overtaken aircraft by altering its own course to the right.

If an aircraft approaches another aircraft from the rear, following a course forming an angle of less than 70° with the plane of symmetry of the latter, that is to say, is in such a position with reference to the other aircraft that at night it would be unable to see either of that aircraft's side lights, the aircraft approaching the other shall consider itself to be an overtaking aircraft, and no subsequent alteration of the relative position of the two aircraft shall make the aircraft. which approaches the other a crossing aircraft within the meaning of these rules, or relieve it of the duty of keeping clear of the course of the overtaken aircraft until it is entirely past and clear.

As by day an aircraft which approaches another aircraft from the rear cannot always know with certainty whether it comes within the case provided for in the last preceding sub- paragraph, it should, if in doubt, assume that it is overtaking the other aircraft and alter its own course to the right."

Citation and

commence- ment.

6. (1) This Order may be cited as the Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories) (Amend- comm ment) (No. 2) Order, 1938.

(2) The Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories) Order, 1927, the Orders mentioned in the Schedule hereto and this Order may be cited together as the Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories) Orders, 1927 to 1938.

(3) This Order shall come into operation on the 1st March, 1939.

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SCHEDULE.

Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories)

(Amendment) Order, 1929.

Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories)

(Amendment) Order, 1931.

Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories)

(Amendment) Order, 1932.

Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories)

(Amendment) Order, 1935.

Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories)

(Amendment) Order, 1936.

Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories)

(Amendment) Order, 1937.

Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories)

(Amendment) (No. 2) Order, 1937.

Air Navigation (Aden) Order, 1938.

Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories)

(Amendment) Order, 1938.

No. 102.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

IN THE MATTER OF THE ALIEN ENEMIES (WINDING- UP). ORDINANCE, No. 28 of 1914.

By order of His Excellency the Governor dated the 20th day of January, 1940, the Custodian of Enemy Property was appointed liquidator of the affairs of Dr. Otto Hueck.

25th January, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

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SCHEDULE.

Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories)

(Amendment) Order, 1929.

Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories)

(Amendment) Order, 1931.

Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories)

(Amendment) Order, 1932.

Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories)

(Amendment) Order, 1935.

Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories)

(Amendment) Order, 1936.

Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories)

(Amendment) Order, 1937.

Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories)

(Amendment) (No. 2) Order, 1937.

Air Navigation (Aden) Order, 1938.

Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories)

(Amendment) Order, 1938.

No. 102.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

IN THE MATTER OF THE ALIEN ENEMIES (WINDING- UP). ORDINANCE, No. 28 of 1914.

By order of His Excellency the Governor dated the 20th day of January, 1940, the Custodian of Enemy Property was appointed liquidator of the affairs of Dr. Otto Hueck.

25th January, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

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No. 103.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

Hong Kong.

In exercise of the powers conferred on him by the Emer- gency Powers (Colonial Defence) Order in Council, 1939, and all other powers enabling him in that behalf, the Governor hereby amends the Colonial Defence Regulations, 1939, as follows:-

1. Regulations 17 and 18, contained in Government Notification 737 and published in the Gazette Extraordinary of 2nd September, 1939, are rescinded, and the following regulations substituted-

ments of

17. (1) The Governor, if satisfied, with respect to any Restriction particular person, that, with a view to preventing his acting of move- in any manner prejudicial to public safety or defence, it is suspected necessary so to do, may make an order for either or both of persons. the following purposes, that is to say-

(a) for securing that, except in so far as he may be permitted by the order, or by such authority or person as may be specified in the order, he shall not be in any such place or area in this Colony as may be so specified;

(b) for requiring him to notify his movements, in such manner, at such times and to such authority or person as may be specified in the order.

(2) If any person is in any place or area in contraven- tion of an order made under this regulation, or fails to leave any place or area in accordance with the requirements of such an order, then, without prejudice to any proceedings which may be taken against him, he may be removed from that place or area by any police constable or any person authorized in that behalf by the Governor.

18.-(1) If the Governor has reasonable cause to believe Detention any person to be of hostile origin or associations or to have orders. been recently concerned in acts prejudicial to public safety or defence or in the preparation or instigation of such acts and that by reason thereof it is necessary to exercise control over him, he may make an order against that person directing that he be detained.

(2) At any time after an order has been made against any person under this regulation, the Governor may direct that the operation of the order be suspended subject to such conditions-

(a) prohibiting or restricting the possession or use by that person of any specified articles;

(b) imposing upon him such restrictions as may be specified in the direction in respect of his employment or business, and in respect of his association or communication with other persons,

as the Governor thinks fit; and the Governor may revoke any such direction if he is satisfied that the person against whom the order was made has failed to observe any condition so

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imposed, or that the operation of the order can no longer remain suspended without detriment to public safety or defence.

(3) For the purposes of this regulation, there shall be an advisory committee consisting of persons appointed by the Governor; and any person aggrieved by the making of an order against him, by a refusal of the Governor to suspend the operation of such an order, by any condition attached to a direction given by the Governor or by the revocation. of any such direction, under the powers conferred by this regulation, may make his objections to that committee.

(4) It shall be the duty of the Governor to secure that any person against whom an order is made under this regula- tion shall be afforded the earliest practicable opportunity of making to the Governor representations in writing with respect thereto and that he shall be informed of his right, whether or not such representations are made, to make his objections to the advisory committee.

5) The Governor may make rules as to the manner in which objections against such an order as aforesaid may be made to the advisory committee, and such rules shall contain provisions for enabling any person in respect of whom an order is made under this regulation to make objections against the order either in person or by counsel, solicitor or agent.

(6) Any meeting of the advisory committee held to consider such objections as aforesaid shall be presided over by a chairman, who shall be the Chief Justice, and it shall be the duty of the chairman to inform the objector of the grounds on which the order has been made against him and to furnish him with such particulars as are in the opinion of the chairman sufficient to enable him to present his case

(7) The Governor shall make a report to the Secretary of State at least once in every month as to the action taken under this regulation (including the number of persons detained under orders made thereunder) and as to the number of cases, if any, in which he has declined to follow the advice of the advisory committee.

(8) If any person fails to comply with a condition attached to a direction given by the Governor under para- graph (2) of this regulation that person shall, whether or not the direction is revoked in consequence of the failure, be guilty of an offence against this regulation.

(9) Any person detained in pursuance of this regulation shall be deemed to be in lawful custody and shall be detained in such place as may be authorized by the Governor and in accordance with instructions issued by him.

2. Regulation 73, contained in Government Notification 702 and published in the Gazette Extraordinary of 26th August, 1939, is rescinded, and the following regulation substituted-

73.--(1) Without prejudice to any special provisions contained in these regulations, any person shall, on being requested by or on behalf of a competent authority so to do, furnish or produce to such authority or person as may be specified in the request any such information or article in his

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possession as may be so specified, being information or an article which the competent authority considers it necessary or expedient in the interests of public safety, defence or the efficient prosecution of the war to obtain or examine; and if any person fails to furnish or produce any information or article in his possession in pursuance of a request duly made to him under this regulation he shall be guilty of an offence against this regulation.

(2) A prosecution in respect of an offence against this regulation shall not be instituted except by, or with the consent of, the Attorney General.

Published by His Excellency's Command.

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20th January, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

No. 104.

Rules made by the Governor under regulation 18 of the Defence Regulations, 1939.

1. Any person in respect of whom an order has been made under regulation 18 of the Defence Regulations, 1939, directing that he be detained, may make objections against the order either in person, or by counsel, sclicitor or agent, to the advisory committee appointed by the Governor under the provisions of that regulation.

2. Notice of objections in respect of orders, directions and conditions attached to directions under the said regula- tions may be sent in writing by post to the Chief Justice's clerk at the Courts of Justice, Hong Kong.

Published by His Excellency's Command.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

20th January, 1940.

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possession as may be so specified, being information or an article which the competent authority considers it necessary or expedient in the interests of public safety, defence or the efficient prosecution of the war to obtain or examine; and if any person fails to furnish or produce any information or article in his possession in pursuance of a request duly made to him under this regulation he shall be guilty of an offence against this regulation.

(2) A prosecution in respect of an offence against this regulation shall not be instituted except by, or with the consent of, the Attorney General.

Published by His Excellency's Command.

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20th January, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

No. 104.

Rules made by the Governor under regulation 18 of the Defence Regulations, 1939.

1. Any person in respect of whom an order has been made under regulation 18 of the Defence Regulations, 1939, directing that he be detained, may make objections against the order either in person, or by counsel, sclicitor or agent, to the advisory committee appointed by the Governor under the provisions of that regulation.

2. Notice of objections in respect of orders, directions and conditions attached to directions under the said regula- tions may be sent in writing by post to the Chief Justice's clerk at the Courts of Justice, Hong Kong.

Published by His Excellency's Command.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

20th January, 1940.

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No. 105.

COMPULSORY SERVICE ORDINANCE, 1939,

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939.

The following persons, of ages from 41 to 54 years inclusive, shall, as from the date of publication of this list, be deemed to have been enrolled in, and to belong to, Hong Kong Defence Reserve :-

the

B.

Adams, Josiah Logan

Anderson, David

Anderson, John Fraser

Alabaster, James Wilfred

B.

B.

B.

Anderson, William John

B.

B.

Andrews, Lancelot Ruggles

B.

Anslow, Frank Percy

C.

..

Bailey, William Herbert

Barclay, Thomas Charles Barton, Lancelot Alexander Bateman, Robert William Beck, Ernest Jacobsin Black, Thomas

Bone, David Boyd McKenzie Bradbury, Bertram Walter Brewer, Leslie

Brooksbank, Arnold

Brown, Frank Leaper

Brown, William Joseph

....

Atkins, Albert Edwin

B.

B.

B.

B.

BBB

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

Buchanan, William

Camidge, Reginald Albert

B.

B.

B.

B.

Carrie, William James

Chalmers, James Calder

B.

Chittenden, Victor Henry William ...

B.

B.

Church, Basil Hampden

Clark, Richard John Bond

B.

Collyer, Lawrence Alfred

B.

Coom, Claude Sleeman

B.

Crawford, Alexander

B.

B.

Crofton, Christopher

Crookdake, Jonathan

Cruickshank, William Alexander Cryan, Robert

Cunningham, William

Cutcher, Ernest Stanley

Davidson, John

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

...

B.

Davies, Evan Walter

B.

B.

Davis, Charles Ernest

B.

Deacon, Stuart

Deakin, John William

B.

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r

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de Rome, Francis John

C.

B.

de Rome, Louis

B.

Didsbury, Albert Bailey

B.

Dinnen, John Smith

Dovey, John Edward

B.

Dunlop, John Cochran

B.

B.

Eccleshall, Sidney

Edward, Douglas Sandeman

B.

Evans, Benjamin Davies

B.

Fehily, Joseph Patrick

Fallon, Christopher Patrick

C.

B.

Feltham, Stanley Crathern

B.

B.

Finnie, John

Fitz-Gibbon, William Guerin

C.

Forrest, Robert Andrew Dermod

B.

C.

Fraser, Harry Wright

Fraser, John Alexander

C.

Fuller, Herbert Graham

B.

Garton, Vivian Arthur

B.

B.

Gerrard, George

Gilmore, David James

B.

Glanville, Arthur Paull

B.

B.

B.

Graver, George Stanley Gray, John MacFarlane Greaves, Aubrey Vernon Griggs, George William Robert Grimes, Thomas Edward

Grimmitt, Arthur William

B.

B.

B.

*

B.

B.

Handyside, William Lucas

Hailey, Guy

Hall, Alfred James

Hall, Henry

Hamilton, Eric William

B.

Hamilton, Percival John Alexander....... B.

Hammond, Herbert William

B.

B.

B.

C.

Hanlon, Edwin Marcus Gray

B.

B.

Harbottle, Allan

Henderson, Reid

B.

Henderson, Thomas

B.

Hill, Stanley Oliver

B.

Hillyer, William Richard

B.

Hobbs, Charles Christie Arthur

B.

Holland, Adam Morrison

B.

Hollands, William Edward

B.

Hume, Donald William

B.

Jackson, Thomas Edward

B.

Jones, Edward Loyd

B.

Kempton, John

B.

Kennard, James Alfred

B.

Kennedy-Skipton, George Stacy

C.

Kerrison, Edward Charles

B.

Kershaw, William

B.

Key, Walter John Smith

B.

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Lawson, James W.

Lansdowne, Ernest

Langston, Arthur Golden

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Lamb, Cyril Hubert

Lamb, Francis Robert

Lambert, Edgar Buchanan

Lambert, William Osborne

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

Lewis, William Thomas

Leyden, Harold William

Lenfestey, Frederick Percival

C.

B.

C.

B.

Littlewood, Wilfred

Lissaman, Arthur Evelyn

B.

B.

Longfield, Stuart

Locke, Francis John Thomas

B.

B.

Macdonald, Joseph

B.

McFerran, David

Macfarlane, Alexander

B.

B.

MacIndoe, Andrew

B.

McIntyre, Kenneth

B.

Mansfield, Phillip Cecil

Mackenzie, Walter John Easton

C.

B.

Mansfield, William Robert

B.

Meffan, Norman

B.

Megarry, Thomas

B.

Meredith, Alexander Charles

B.

Mitchell, James George Moir, Archibald Black Moore, Charles Edward Morgan, Peter Clark Morris, Richard Percy

Morse, Arthur

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

Munro, Donald

Mycock, Charles

Neville, Frank Cyril

Nicol, Andrew

Newbigging, David Locke

Nimmo, James

Old, Walter

C.

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

Owens, William Waugh

B.

Park, George McKechnie

Paterson, Ralph Stanley Watson

Paterson, William

Paul, Alfred Frank

B.

B.

B.

B.

Pearce, Henry Joseph

B.

B.

Pegg, Hugh Handley.

Pendergast, William John

B.

B.

Peoples, David

B.

Peplow, Samuel Henry

B.

Pollard, Arnold

Potter, Arthur Leslie

Pope, George William

B.

C.

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Powell, Arthur Lawrence

Pryde, Walter

B.

B.

B.

Provan, James Doig

Railton, Norman Leslie Howard

B.

Randall, Harold Victoria Cross

B.

C.

Randle, Samuel

Ralston, James

C.

B.

Reid, James

B.

Reidy, Miscel John

C.

Ring, Julius

B.

Robertson, Colin Brown

B.

Roe, Charles John

C.

Roskruge, Richard

Roger, Hugh Wood

B.

Routley, William Gordon

B.

Rowell, Thomas Richmond

C.

B.

Sayers, William

Seath, William Petrie

Searle, Edward Valentine

B.

B.

B.

Shaw, Robert Philip

Sinton, Alexander Christie

B.

B.

Smith, Raymond Walter

Smith, Albert James Victor

B.

B.

Sollis, Clifford George

B.

Stalker, Archibald

Starling, Edwin Leonard

Stanesby, Sydney John Cleave

B.

B.

Summers, Charles Henry

Swan, George

Stephens, Guy Ernest

Stevens, Harry George Stewart, Gilbert Hugh Stone, William Forbes Strange, Harry Edward

B.

B.

B.

C.

B.

B.

B.

B.

Swan, Thomas

B.

Tallon, Thomas

Taylor, Harry Alan

B.

Taylor, John Cameron

B.

Thomson, James Donnie

B.

B.

Tod, Peter

Trengove, Richard Allan

B.

Valentine, Douglas James'

B.

B.

Waid, John

B.

Walker, Vernon

Wallace, Robert Cooper

Ward, William

Ware, Thomas Walter

Wattie, John

White, George

Whyte, Jardine James

Wilcox, Alan Cyril

Winter, Francis Bathie

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

*

B.

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Womack, Oswald Cedric

Wood, Francis William

Wood, Reginald Raymond Woodward, William

Wyatt, James Roger Godfrey Wynne-Jones, Edward Irvine

Dated the 25th day of January, 1940.

By Order.

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

No. 106.

B. Key-Posts Group.

sam

C. General Group for Essential Services.

=

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under section 3 (1) of the Vaccination Ordinance, 1923, Ordinance No. 12 of 1923, to appoint the following persons to be Public Vaccinators, with effect from 22nd January, 1940.

Miss Alice Kwan

Miss Lily Mildred Lum

Miss Eileen Pin

Miss Mary Chan

(關德馨)

(林玉蓮)

(卞愛蓮)

(陳麗淳)

Miss Edith Tseng

(鄭婉嫻)

Miss Lai Lit Hing

(黎烈卿)

Miss Kwok Yuk King

(郭玉琼)

Miss Lee Hon King

(李漢琼)

Miss Lee Kam Woon

(李錦煥)

Miss Tseung Pok Kan

(蔣博勤)

Miss Cheung Shuk Yin

(張淑賢)

Miss Hung Ching Chu

(孔靜珠)

Miss Hung Sui Ching

(洪瑞清)

Miss Li Kwai Hing

(李桂馨)

Miss Chan So Hang

(陳素杏)

Miss Seen Shuk Yung

(單淑鏞)

Miss Helen Chiu

(趙壁素)

Miss Choi Kwan Chi

(蔡坤慈)

Miss Ellis Hui

(許雲英)

Miss Leung Chi Kin

(梁志堅)

Miss Li Lai Yui

(李麗瑤)

Miss Cheung Wai Lim

(張惠廉)

Miss Yue Tak Hing

(余德馨)

Miss Mary Tsui

(徐梅英)

N. L. SMITH,

25th January, 1940.

Colonial Secretary.

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Womack, Oswald Cedric

Wood, Francis William

Wood, Reginald Raymond Woodward, William

Wyatt, James Roger Godfrey Wynne-Jones, Edward Irvine

Dated the 25th day of January, 1940.

By Order.

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

No. 106.

B. Key-Posts Group.

sam

C. General Group for Essential Services.

=

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under section 3 (1) of the Vaccination Ordinance, 1923, Ordinance No. 12 of 1923, to appoint the following persons to be Public Vaccinators, with effect from 22nd January, 1940.

Miss Alice Kwan

Miss Lily Mildred Lum

Miss Eileen Pin

Miss Mary Chan

(關德馨)

(林玉蓮)

(卞愛蓮)

(陳麗淳)

Miss Edith Tseng

(鄭婉嫻)

Miss Lai Lit Hing

(黎烈卿)

Miss Kwok Yuk King

(郭玉琼)

Miss Lee Hon King

(李漢琼)

Miss Lee Kam Woon

(李錦煥)

Miss Tseung Pok Kan

(蔣博勤)

Miss Cheung Shuk Yin

(張淑賢)

Miss Hung Ching Chu

(孔靜珠)

Miss Hung Sui Ching

(洪瑞清)

Miss Li Kwai Hing

(李桂馨)

Miss Chan So Hang

(陳素杏)

Miss Seen Shuk Yung

(單淑鏞)

Miss Helen Chiu

(趙壁素)

Miss Choi Kwan Chi

(蔡坤慈)

Miss Ellis Hui

(許雲英)

Miss Leung Chi Kin

(梁志堅)

Miss Li Lai Yui

(李麗瑤)

Miss Cheung Wai Lim

(張惠廉)

Miss Yue Tak Hing

(余德馨)

Miss Mary Tsui

(徐梅英)

N. L. SMITH,

25th January, 1940.

Colonial Secretary.

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COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 107. The following Order is published for general information :-

In accordance with the provisions of section 4 of the Unclaimed Balances Ordinance, 1929, His Excellency the Governor hereby directs that the sum of money, particulars of which appear hereunder, shall be transferred to the general revenue of the Colony. This transfer is subject to the provisions contained in the said Ordinance as to refunds.

PARTICULARS ABOVE REFERRED TO.

Date of Deposit.

Name of Persons entitled.

Prior to January,

Unknown.

1934.

23rd January, 1940.

Particulars.

Amount.

Amends.

$29.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 108. It is hereby notified that the undermentioned street in Tsun Wan will, n future, be known by the name indicated against it :-

DESCRIPTION.

The first street intersecting Chung On Street, Tsun Wan on the South side of the Castle Peak Road and running East and West.

19th January, 1940.

PROPOSED NAME. CHINESE Version.

Siu Wo Street. 兆和街

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

134

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 26, 1940.

No. 109

It is hereby notified that the following have been re- assigned from the Key-Posts Group to the Combatant Group in the Hong Kong Defence Reserve under the provisions of the Compulsory Service Ordinance, 1939.

Randle, Joseph Arthur Bryant

Skinn, Alfred Hugh Stanton

Wood, John Bower

McPherson, James

No. 110.

Ferguson, Malcolm

McMaster, William Duncan.

25th January, 1940.

C. BRAMALL BURGESS,

Clerk to the Compulsory Service Tribunal.

Order.

I, WILLIAM JAMES CARRIE, Controller of Food, by virtue and in exercise of the powers vested in me by the Defence Regulations, 1939, with the consent of His Excellency the Governor, hereby make the following order :--

The standard prices for the following articles of food shall, until further notice, be as follows:-

Brand.

Standard Price.

£

$ c.

Evaporated Milk.

Peter Pan, 141⁄2 oz.

.32 per tin.

Peter Pan, small

.16

دو

""

Cottage

.31

""

,,

3

Rolled Oats and Oatmeal.

Oatmeal, in tins, C. & B., 2 lbs.,

1.16

per tin.

W. J. CARRIE,

Controller of Food.

26th January, 1910.

NOTE. The above order amends the standard prices fixed by Government Notification No. 15 in the Gazette of the 5th January, 1940, for the articles of food mentioned.

5

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 26, 1940.

No. 111.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

The following addition to the Register of Pharmacists published. in Government Notification No. 20 of 22nd December, 1939, pursuant to section 5 of the Pharmacy and Poisons Ordinance, 1937, Ordinance No. 8 of 1937, is published for general information :-

Name.

Address.

Title or qualification.

Meng, Moody. The Union Drug Co., Ltd., 303 and

305, China Building.

Pharmaceutical

Chemist.

P. S. SELWYN-CLARKE,

Director of Medical Services.

E

22nd January, 1940.

No. 112.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

The following additions to the Register of Medical Practitioners entitled to practise Medicine in this Colony, published in Government Notification No. 362 of the 5th May, 1939, pursuant to the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1935, are published for general information :--

PERSONS QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

NATURE OF QUALIFICATION.

DATE OF

QUALIFICATION.

Ching, P. Merit.

程美烈

5, College View, 1st floor, Hospital Road.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of

the University of Hong Kong.

27th Dec., 1939.

Bard, Solomon.

Queen Mary Hospital.

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

27th Dec.,

1939.

Hsu, Theodore Shih 778, Nathan

Doh.

Road,

Kowloon.

Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh.

1938.

許世鐸

25th January, 1940.

Licentiate of the Royal

College of Surgeons, Edinburgh.

1938.

P. S. SELWYN-CLARKE,

Director of Medical Services.

135

136

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 26, 1940.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. 113.-It is hereby notified for general information that the Cancellation of the Memorial of Re-entry on Inland Lot No. 2609 has been registered according to law.

T. S. WHYTE-SMITH,

Land Officer.

22nd January, 1940.

SUPREME Court.

    No. 114.-Pursuant to Section 5 of the Unclaimed Balances Ordinance No. 5 of 1929, notice is hereby given that the sum of $1,444.62 belonging to the estate of CAROLINA MARIA PEREIRA late of No. 25 Bowrington Road, Widow, who died at St. Paul's Hospital, Hong Kong, on the 14th day of May, 1934, is unclaimed in the hands of the Official Administrator. If no claim to the said sum is received by the Official Adminis- trator within 5 years from the date of publication of this notice the said sum will be transferred to the General Revenue of the Colony subject to the provisions of the said Ordinance.

L. R. ANDREWES,

26th January, 1940.

Hong Kong.

Official Administrator.

THE WATERWORKS ORDINANCE, 1938.

   No. 115. The following firm, which does not wish to renew its licence, has beeni deleted from the list of licensed plumbers published in Government Notification No. 21 of the 4th January, 1939 :-

Address.

Name.

B. J. Lacon & Co......

Marina House, 3rd floor.

A. B. PURVES,

Water Authority.

23rd January, 1940.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

   No. 116. 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.

Date of Expiration of Renewal.

Class in

which

File No.

registered.

Nos, 192A, D, E, 20th January, Gibb, Livingston & Co., of

F, G, H,

1898.

of 1898.

Nos. 192J, M, N,

19

O, P, Q. R of 1898.

Hong Kong.

:

20th January,

1954.

24

411 of 1939.

1

34

""

""

26th January, 1940.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

:

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 26, 1940.

137

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

  No. 117.-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.

Date of

Classes in

Names and Addresses of Owners. Expiration of

Renewal.

which registered.

File Nos.

Nos. 193 A & B of 1898.

26th January, 1898.

No. 46 of 1912.

20th January,

1912.

26th January, 1940.

Elliman Sons & Co., Ltd., Chandos Street, Slough, Buckingham, England.

Saxone Shoe Co., Ltd., 89, Titch- field Street, Kilmarnock, Scotland.

26th January, 1954.

413

3 & 2 respectively. of 1939.

20th January, 1954.

38

535 of 1939.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

  No. 118. 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 day of February, 1940, 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. 51 of 1912.

The Wickuler Kupper Brauerei, Elber-

feld, Germany.

26th January, 1940.

414 of 1939.

No. 101 of 1926.

Lever Brothers, (China) Ltd., 18, The

Bund, Shanghai.

22nd January, 1940.

412 of 1939.

26th January, 1940.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

140

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 2, 1940.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 119.

ORDINANCE No. 38 of 1932. (PRISONS).

By virtue and in pursuance of the powers contained in section 17 of the Prisons Ordinance, 1932, the Governor in Council amends the Prison Rules published on pages 240 and 241 of the Regulations of Hong Kong 1844-1925 as follows:

Amendments.

1. Paragraph (a) of Rule 317 and paragraph (4) of Rule 318 and Rule 320 are rescinded and Rule 319 is renumbered as 320.

2. The following rule is substituted for Rule 319--

319. Corporal punishment, not exceeding twenty-four strokes either with a light cane or rattan, or cat-o'-nine tails, in the case of an adult, or twelve strokes with a light cane or rattan in the case of a juvenile, may be awarded by the Commissioner to any male offender, after evidence has been taken upon oath, affirmation or declaration, for the following offences only-

(a) repeated serious offences against prison discipline; (b) personal violence to any person;

(c) grossly abusive or offensive language; or

(d) any act of grave misconduct or insubordination,

Provided that, in the opinion of the Commissioner, having regard to the character of the offender and to the state of discipline in the prison, the other forms of punishment allowed by these Rules would be ineffective.

T. MEGARRY,

Clerk of Councils.

1st February, 1940.

Hong Kong.

THE BUILDINGS ORDINANCE, 1935.

No. 120. His Excellency the Governor in Council has been pleased to direct under section 5 of the Buildings Ordinance, 1935, Ordinance No. 18 of 1935, that the name of Mr. WONG AH WEE (WONG SECK WEE) be added to the List of Authorized Architects published in Government Notification No. 474 of the 8th May, 1939.

1st February, 1940.

T. MEGARRY,

Clerk of Councils.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 2, 1940.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

141

  No. 121. His Majesty the KING has not been advised to exercise his power of disallowance with respect to the following Ordinances :--

Ordinance No. 42 of 1939.-An Ordinance to amend further the Rating Ordin-

ance, 1901.

Ordinance No. 43 of 1939.-An Ordinance to amend yet further the Volunteer

Ordinance, 1933.

31st January, 1940.

C. BRAMALL BURGESS,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

  No. 122.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Lieutenant GORDON PATRICK FERGUSON, Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps, to be an Honorary Aide-de-Camp, with effect from 2nd February, 1940.

1st February, 1940.

No.123. With reference to Gazette Notification No. 36 published in Government Gazette No. 3 of 13th January, 1939, the following member has been added to the Nutrition Research Committee:-

Dr. NICOL CAMPBELL MACLEOD, Deputy Director of Health Services.

30th January, 1940.

No. 124. His Excellency the Governor has approved the relinquishment of the appointment of Mr. CYRIL CHAMPKIN as Chief Air Raid Warden for the Island of Hong Kong, with effect from 31st January, 1940.

31st January, 1940.

  No. 125.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. LI TSE-FONG to be a Member of the Board of Education for a further period of two years, with effect from the 3rd February, 1940.

31st January, 1940.

142

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 2, 1940.

  No. 126. His Excellency the Governor, under instructions from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, has been pleased to recognize Monsieur LOUIS OSMOND FERDINAND REYNAUD provisionally and pending the issue of His Majesty's Exequatur, as Consul- General for France at Hong Kong.

31st January, 1940.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S Department.

  No. 127. His Majesty the KING has been graciously pleased to approve the award of the Colonial Police Medal for conspicuous gallantry to the following member of the Hong Kong Police Force :-

Police Constable C. 108 TANG KA.

5

2nd February, 1940.

No. 128.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

It is notified for general information that the Army Council has made the following decisions regarding the emoluments of retired Army officers taken into employment with Dominion and Colonial forces during present emergency.

1. Officers retired from the Imperial forces who were awarded retired pay by the War Office and are re-employed with the forces of Colonial Dependencies during and on account of the present emergency will cease to receive service retired pay from the effective date of such employment, but will be eligible to receive an addition to colonial pay of 25% based on British Army rates of pay.

2. Officers who have commuted any portion of their retired pay will suffer the deduction from their pay of an amount equivalent to the amount of retired pay that was commuted.

3. Retired officers in receipt of disability retired pay from the Ministry of Pensions will continue to draw this. retired pay but will be eligible only for so much of the 25% addition mentioned above as exceeds the service element of their retired pay.

4. Non-regular officers in receipt of disability retired pay will continue to draw this retired pay but will not be eligible for any addition to such pay.

5. The 25% addition to pay will be met from Imperial funds and the onus of claiming such addition will rest with the individual officer.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

29th January, 1940.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 2, 1940.

No. 129.

COMPULSORY SERVICE ORDINANCE, 1939,

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939.

The following persons, of ages from 18 to 40 years. inclusive, shall, as from the date of publication of this list, be deemed to have been enrolled in, and to belong to, the Hong Kong Defence Reserve:-

Alexander, William Lodge

C.

Bentley, Dick Terence

B.

Bower, Albert

B.

Boyd, Robert Archibald

C.

Butcher, Eric Robert

C.

Button, Rene Auguste

B.

Clemo, Alfred Bertram

B.

Cox, Albert Roland

B.

French. Wilfrid Harold Ernest

B.

Gosby, Herbert Jaques

B.

Harrop, Joseph

B.

Herod, Ernest John

B.

Kaluzhny, Kirill Alexandrovich

A.

Linstead, John

B.

McGahan, Arthur John

B.

Martland, Leslie

B.

Morphew, Percy Lawrence.

B.

Nuttall, Edward Francis

C.

Porter, Alexander

C.

Roberts, Charles Collingwood

B.

C.

Sando, Harry

Smith, William Forsyth

B.

Stockton, Norman

B.

Stride, Roland Albert

B.

Whysall, Laurence Smedley

B.

Zimmern, Edward Thomas Spencer... C.

Dated the 1st day of February, 1940.

By Order,

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

A. Combatant Group.

B.Key-Posts Group.

C. General Group for Essential Services.

=

143

144

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 2, 1940.

No. 130.

COMPULSORY SERVICE ORDINANCE,

1939,

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939.

The following persons, of ages from 41 to 54 years inclusive, shall, as from the date of publication of this list, be deemed to have been enrolled in, and to belong to, the Hong Kong Defence Reserve :-

Abbott, Albert Stanley

Ablong, Alfred Ernest

Ainslie, Ernest James

C.

C.

C.

Alexander, Tom Graham Spottiswoode B.

Anderson, Charles Graham

Anderson, John

Annett, Marcel Augoste

Asche, Harold Carsten John

C.

C.

C.

B.

Ascough, Herbert Louis Nicholson... B.

Bagram, John Theophilus

Ball, Francis Leslie

Bander, Samuel Mitchel

C.

B.

C.

Bigazzi, Raoul

Birch, Bernard Gregory

Bishop, Sidney Frank Black, Colin Charteris Blackmore, Ernest Wilfrid

Blair, Kenneth George

C.

C.

B

B.

B.

C.

Bolton, Andrew

В

Boxer, Stanley Victor

C.

Brooks, Eric Sydney Clifford

C.

Brown, Frederick John

C.

Bryan, Merryn Joshua Marshall

C.

Burling, William John

C.

Burns, Colin Nicholas Scott

B.

Burton, Cyril Herbert

C.

Bush, Albert Edward

C.

و

Calder, William Graham

Cario, Maurice

Carroll, Anthony Henry Carroll, William Joseph

Cassidy, Philip Stanley Childe, Edgar Ronald Chubb, Standford Frank Clarke, Charles Lawrence

Cornell, William Arthur

Morley, Lewis John

B.

C.

B.

C.

B.

B.

B.

C.

C.

C.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 2, 1940.

No. 131.

Orchard, William Edwin Orr, William

B.

C.

Ramage, Leslie George Edgar

C.

Salter, Alfred Walter William

Dated the 1st day of February, 1940.

By Order,

B.

Key-Posts Group.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

C. General Group for Essential Services.

**

>

Order.

I, WILLIAM JAMES CARRIE, Controller of Food, by virtue and in exercise of the powers vested in me by the Defence Regulations, 1939, with the consent of His Excellency the Governor, hereby make the following order :--

The standard prices for the following articles of food shall, until further notice, be as follows :

Brand.

Standard Price.

$ c.

Butter.

1.30 per lb.

Fresh Butter-Best quality

Sweetened Condensed Milk.

Eagle, 14 oz.

.62 per tin.

Eagle, 7 oz.

.32

Eagle, 23 oz.

.15

>>

JJ

Gold Medal, 14 oz.

.52

>"

Lighthouse, 14 oz.

.44

29

Lighthouse, 23 oz.

.11

""

Peacock

.45

""

""

Longevity, 14 oz.

.57

2)

,,

Longevity, 7 oz.

.29

""

وو

Longevity, 23 oz.

.14

وو

""

Swan, 14 oz. Swing, 14 oz.

.44

""

""

.44

""

Toddler

:

.39

وو

145

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 2, 1940.

No. 131.

Orchard, William Edwin Orr, William

B.

C.

Ramage, Leslie George Edgar

C.

Salter, Alfred Walter William

Dated the 1st day of February, 1940.

By Order,

B.

Key-Posts Group.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

C. General Group for Essential Services.

**

>

Order.

I, WILLIAM JAMES CARRIE, Controller of Food, by virtue and in exercise of the powers vested in me by the Defence Regulations, 1939, with the consent of His Excellency the Governor, hereby make the following order :--

The standard prices for the following articles of food shall, until further notice, be as follows :

Brand.

Standard Price.

$ c.

Butter.

1.30 per lb.

Fresh Butter-Best quality

Sweetened Condensed Milk.

Eagle, 14 oz.

.62 per tin.

Eagle, 7 oz.

.32

Eagle, 23 oz.

.15

>>

JJ

Gold Medal, 14 oz.

.52

>"

Lighthouse, 14 oz.

.44

29

Lighthouse, 23 oz.

.11

""

Peacock

.45

""

""

Longevity, 14 oz.

.57

2)

,,

Longevity, 7 oz.

.29

""

وو

Longevity, 23 oz.

.14

وو

""

Swan, 14 oz. Swing, 14 oz.

.44

""

""

.44

""

Toddler

:

.39

وو

145

146

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 2, 1940.

Brand.

Standard Price.

Evaporated Milk.

$ c.

Ideal, 141 oz.

Ideal, 6 Oz.

Milkmaid, 14 oz.

Milkmaid, 6 Oz.

.41 per tin.

>

.18

.33

"

>>

.17

,,

,,

St. Charles, 14 oz.

.33

وو

,,

St. Charles, 6 Oz.

.17

...

""

,,

Nestles, 14 oz.

.33

وو

""

Nestles, 6

oz.

.17

""

,,

Peerless, 14 oz.

.32

""

Peerless, 6

Oz.

.16

""

وو

Dykeland, 14 oz.

.31

""

>>

Carnation, 14 oz.

.33

99

Carnation, 6 oz.

.17

وو

29

Gloria, 141⁄2 oz.

.32

""

وو

Gloria, 6

OZ.

.16

,,

""

...

Tower, 141⁄2 oz.

Rainbow, 141⁄2 oz.

.31

> }

.32

59

.16

وو

Dutch Baby

.31

29

"}

.33

,,

,,

Rainbow, 6 oz.

Pacific, 16 oz.

Pacific, 7 oz.

16

وژ

Peter Pan, 14 oz.

.32

وو

Peter Pan, small

.16

وو

""

Cottage

.31

99

"

Golden State, 14 oz.

.29

Seal, 14 oz.

.31

Meyenberg, All-Pure, 14 oz.

.32

""

99

.16

,,

وو

Meyenberg, All-Pure, 6 Oz.

Sweetened Condensed Skimmed Milk.

.28 per tin.

Blue Butterfly, 131⁄2 oz.

Cowbell

Cowslip, 15 oz.

Rainbow

Umbrella, 131⁄2 oz.

.28

وو

""

.28

.28

وو

""

وو

.28

"}

""

Sterilised Natural Milk.

Milkmaid, 430 grm.

Milkmaid, 155 grm.

Red Ribbon, 15 oz.

...

:

.45 per tin. .22

.45

"J

55

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 2, 1940.

147

Brand.

Standard Price.

$ c.

Powdered Milk.

(i) Modified for Infant Feeding.

Cow & Gate, Full Cream, 2 lbs. Cow & Gate, Full Cream, 1 lb. Cow & Gate, Half Cream, 2 lbs.

4.90 per tin. 2.54

""

4.63

وو

>

Cow & Gate, Half Cream, 1 lb.

2.05

""

Glaxo, 2 lbs.

4.47

,,

Glaxo, 1 lb.

2.41

وو

Lactogen, 3 lbs.

6.40

وو

Lactogen, 2 lbs.

4.50

وو

Lactogen, 1 lb.

2.30

""

>>

Lactogen, lb.

1.23

...

""

""

Nestogen, Full or Half Cream, 1 lb. ... 2.30

(ii) For Domestic Use.

""

93

...24.00 per tin.

Ancher Full Cream, 25 lbs.

Anchor Full Cream, 5 lbs.

6.95

Anchor Full Cream, 2 lbs.

21

3.85

Anchor Full Cream, 1 lb.

1.65

وو

Klim, 5 lbs.

...11.10

12

12

Klim, 21⁄2 lbs.

:

Klim, 1 lb.

5.92

2.59

""

,,

وو

Nestles Full Cream, 5 lbs.

...10.97

Nestles Full Cream, 21 lbs.

5.91

""

Nestles Full Cream, 1 lb.

2.46

*

Dryco, 3 lbs.

5.07

..

Dryco, 12 oz.

1.32

Thick Cream.

Cow & Gate, 5 oz.

.35 per tin.

Cow & Gate, 3 oz.

Peony, 6 oz.

Nestles, 111 oz.

Nestles, 5 oz.

Nestles, 4

Oz.

Golden Butterfly, 6 oz.

Golden Butterfly, 3 oz.

.25 ""

,,

.54

.75

,,

"

.56

وو

.50

""

.35

""

.21 "

وو

Libby's

Emery

Fray Bentos

Tinned Corned Beef.

Tinned Pork and Beans.

.44 per tin.

.33

,,

33

No. 1 Size Stokely Brand

.35 per tin.

Smaller Sizes Standard Brands ...

.27

,,

148

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 2, 1940.

Brand.

Standard Price.

$ c.

Tinned Sardines.

California (Morjon)

.37 per tin.

Del Monte

.41

""

S. & W.

.45

} }

Tinned Salmon.

Del Monte Alaska Red Sockeye-

Tall tins

Flat tins

.92 per tin.

.68

""

Fancy Red Alaska Salmon,

No. 1 Tall tins

.88

S. & W. Finest Red Salmon, Flat tins.

.94

Margarine and Vegetable Lard

Repacked Margarine

Imported Packed Margarine

Vegetable Lard-

Soltera

Purico, 30 lb. tins

Do.

Purico, 1 lb. tins

...

.38 per lb.

.60

8.91 per tin.

7.85

.28 per lb. .66 per tin.

Rolled Oats and Oatmeal.

Rolled Oats in Cartons, 3 lbs.

Rolled Oats in Cartons, 20 oz.

Rolled Oats, sold loose

Oatmeal in tins, C. & B., 2 lbs.

Quaker Oats, in tins. 20 oz.

1.05 per carton

55

.16 per lb.

1.16 per tin.

.82

وو

Fine Granulated:

Loose

1 lb. rolls

5 bags

دو

10 bags

Sugar.

.15 per lb. .15 per roll.

.72 per bag.

1.40

وو

,,

18

,,

tins

40 tins

وو

50,, gunny and lining 100

gunny and lining

1 pcl. gunny and lining In any other packing

...

...

2.82 per tin.

5.87

... 6.83 per bag.

...13.40

59

...17.75 per pcl.

.15 per lb.

1

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 2, 1940.

Brand.

Standard Price.

$ c.

Half Cubes:

Loose

1 lb. cartons

3 cartons

وو

6 cartons

25

cartons

""

In any other packing

Icing Sugar:

Loose

1 lb. cartons

1

دو

tins

:

:

:

.16 per lb.

.16 per carton.

.46

,,

25

.90

,,

3.65

>>

.16 per lb.

.18 per lb. .18 per carton.

.27 per tin.

2 tins

""

4 tins

""

15 tins

""

30 tins

وو

.46

""

""

.87

وو

}"

2.80

و.

5.10

وو

"

In any other packing

Castor Sugar:

Loose

1 lb. tins

2

tins

4

tins

,,

15 tins

,,

30

tins

"}

.18 per lb.

.26 per lb. .26 per tin.

.44

""

} }

.83

د,

""

2.70

,,

"

... 4.90

""

;"

In any other packing

Brown Sugar:

Loose

2 lb. cartons

In any other packing

Taikoo Golden Syrup:

.26 per lb.

.14 per lb.

.27 per carton.

.14 per lb.

1 lb. tins

2

,, tins

7

tins

14 tins

""

28

tins

.23

per tin.

.40

1.14

2.07

J

3.67

7.12

وو

,,

56 tins

14 oz. bottles

Taikoo Black Treacle :

2 lb. tins

Taikoo Table Candy-Medium:

1 lb. tins

21,, tins

.35 per bottle.

.31 per tin.

.26 per tin.

.58 ""

""

149

150

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Brand.

Standard Price.

$ c.

Taikoo Coffee Candy:

1 lb. cartons

Taikoo Coffee Crystals:

1 lb. rolls

Del Monte, 1 lb.

Hills Bros., lb.

Hills Bros., 1 lb.

9

Hills Bros., 2 lb.

S. & W., 1 lb.

Wing, 1 lb.

.18 per carton.

Coffee.

.16 per roll.

1.09 per tin.

.70

>>

1.25

,,

2.42

""

وو

1.22 ""

1.09 per carton.

Tea.

Corona Ceylon Tea, sold loose ...

1.50 per lb.

W. J. CARRIE,

Controller of Food.

1st February, 1940.

NOTE. The above order supersedes the order published as Government Notification No. 15 in the Gazette of 5th January, 1940, and includes (a) the amend- ments of standard prices effected by the orders. published as Government Notifications Nos. 80 and 110 in the Gazettes of the 19th January, 1940, and 26th January, 1940, and (b) the standard prices fixed by those orders and by this order for articles of food not separately specified in any

previous order.

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151

DISTRICT OFFICE, TAI PO.

   No. 132.--It is hereby notified for general information that the Cancellation of Memorial of Re-entry has been approved by order of the Governor in Council as to the following lot in the Northern District of the New Territories:-

Demarcation District 176 Lot No. 618.

J. BARROW,

2nd February, 1940.

District Officer, Northern District.

GOVERNMENT STORES DEPARTMENT.

   No. 133. It is hereby notified for general information that on and after the 1st February, 1940, the Stores Department will occupy premises at No. 249, Electric Road, in the King's Road District.

1st February, 1940.

No. 134.

W. J. ANDERSON,

Controller of Stores.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

The following additions to the Register of Medical Practitioners

entitled to practise Medicine in this Colony, published in Government Notification No. 362 of the 5th May, 1939, pursuant to the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1935, are published for general information :-

PERSONS QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

NATURE OF QUALIFICATION.

DATE OF QUALIFICATION.

Goh Kok Aun.

2, Yik Kwan Avenue,

吳國安

Tai Hang Hill Road,

Causeway Bay.

Chan Weng Cheong.

Eliot Hall,

Hong Kong

陳永昌

University.

Fang Ching Wen.

Queen Mary Hospital.

方敬文

Bachelor of Medicine

and Bachelor of Sur- gery of the University of Hong Kong.

Bachelor

of

Medicine

and Bachelor of Sur- gery of the University of Hong Kong.

Bachelor of Medicine

and Bachelor of Sur- gery of the University of Hong Kong.

8th January, 1940.

20th December,

1939.

20th December, 1939.

1st February, 1940.

P. S. SELWYN-CLARKE,

Director of Medical Services.

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SUPREME COURT.

   No. 135. Notice is hereby given that a poll for the election of a member of the Urban Council will be held at the office of the Registrar of the Supreme Court, Hong Kong, on Thursday, the 29th day of February, 1940, between the hours of 10 a.m. and

6 p.m.

   The names in alphabetical order, places of abode, and descriptions of the Candidates for election, and the names of their respective Proposers and Seconders are as follows:-

Names of Candidate (Surname first).

de Castro Basto, Roberto Alexandre.

Place of abode.

Beau Sejour, 123, Argyle Street, Kowloon.

Rodrigues,

126, Waterloo

Alberto Maria. Road, Kowloon,

Description.

General Medical Practitioner, M.D., M.R.C.S., D.O.M.S.

General Medical Practitioner, M.B., B.S.

Names of Seconder

Names of Proposer (Surname first).

(Surname first).

Pollock, Sir Henry Edward, Kt., K.C., LL.D.

d'Almada e Castro, Leo.

Manners, C.M., Major, O.B.E.

Dowbiggin,

H.B.L. Honorary

Lieutenant Colonel H.K.V.D.C., O.B.E.

The election will be conducted in accordance with the Rules for the election of members of the Urban Council, contained in Schedule C of the repealed Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, which said Rules remain in force by virtue of section 4 of the Urban Council Ordinance, 1935.

The right to vote at the election is governed by Section 3 of the Urban Council Ordinance, 1935, which provides that:-

The electorate shall be composed of the persons whose names shall appear in one or other of the two parts of the register hereinafter referred to.

   The first part of the register shall consist of the two jurors lists for the current jury year brought into force under the provisions of the Jury Ordinance, 1887. (NOTE: A copy of the jurors lists is kept available for public inspection on the Notice Board outside the Supreme Court).

The second part of the said register, which shall be kept by the Registrar of the Supreme Court, shall consist of the names of all male persons of any of the following classes who shall have duly applied to be registered therein, and whose claims to be registered shall have been duly allowed:---

(a) unofficial members of the Executive or Legislative Council;

(b) persons of sound mind who have previously been included in the jurors lists but have been omitted therefrom on account of age or infirmity or on account of exemption granted by the Governor in Council or by the Court;

(c) barristers and solicitors in actual practice and the clerks of Solicitors in

actual practice;

(d) persons registered under section 4 of the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1884, or under the Dentistry Ordinance, 1914, or under the Pharmacy and Poisons Ordinance, 1916;

(e) editors and sub-editors of daily newspapers published in the Colony ; (f) clergymen of the Church of England, Roman Catholic priests, and ministers of any congregation of Protestant Dissenters or of Jews, acting as such in the Colony;

(g) professors and other academic officers of the University of Hong Kong;

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(h) masters of schools which are certified by the Director of Education as not

being vernacular schools;

(i) certificated officers of the British Mercantile Marine, and

(j) officers and non-commissioned officers of the Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps, Commissioned and Warrant Officers of the Hong Kong Naval Volunteer Force and also such other members of the said Corps or of the said Force as shall have been exempted from jury service by the Governor in Council;

Provided that no person who is in the service of the Crown, and whose whole time is at the disposal of the Crown, shall be entitled to be included in the said register.

If any question arises as to the right of any person to be included in the second part of the said register such question shall be decided by the Registrar of the Supreme Court, subject to an appeal within seven days to the Governor in Council whose decision thereupon shall be final: Provided that it shall be lawful for the Governor in Council to vary such decision at any time.

The second part of the said register shall be closed to any fresh applications for registration for fourteen days before the day appointed for any ballot for the election of a member of the Urban Council, and shall remain closed until after the balloting in that election shall have been completed (NOTE:- No fresh applications for registration in the second part of the said register will be entertained after Wednesday, the 14th day of February, 1940.)

Every person who at any ballot held under this section applies for a ballot the name of some other person, whether that name be that of a person living or dead or paper in of a fictitious person, or who having voted once at any such ballot, applies at the same ballot for a ballot paper in his own name, and every person who, for the purpose of procuring his registration in the second part of the register, knowingly makes any false or misleading representation, whether verbal or in writing or by conduct, shall upon summary conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars and to impri- sonment for any term not exceeding three months.

If any question arises as to the validity of any proceeding in any election or intended election of a member of the Urban Council the decision of the Governor in Council thereon shall be final and conclusive for all purposes whatsoever, and the Governor in Council may thereupon give any direction which he may think fit.

2nd February, 1940.

Light Dues.

L. R. ANDREWES,

Presiding Officer.

TREASURY.

   No. 136.-I hereby give notice that the figure representing the average opening selling rate for the month of January, 1940, of the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation for demand drafts on London is settled at 14.82.

31st January, 1940.

T. BLACK, Accountant-General.

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153

(h) masters of schools which are certified by the Director of Education as not

being vernacular schools;

(i) certificated officers of the British Mercantile Marine, and

(j) officers and non-commissioned officers of the Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps, Commissioned and Warrant Officers of the Hong Kong Naval Volunteer Force and also such other members of the said Corps or of the said Force as shall have been exempted from jury service by the Governor in Council;

Provided that no person who is in the service of the Crown, and whose whole time is at the disposal of the Crown, shall be entitled to be included in the said register.

If any question arises as to the right of any person to be included in the second part of the said register such question shall be decided by the Registrar of the Supreme Court, subject to an appeal within seven days to the Governor in Council whose decision thereupon shall be final: Provided that it shall be lawful for the Governor in Council to vary such decision at any time.

The second part of the said register shall be closed to any fresh applications for registration for fourteen days before the day appointed for any ballot for the election of a member of the Urban Council, and shall remain closed until after the balloting in that election shall have been completed (NOTE:- No fresh applications for registration in the second part of the said register will be entertained after Wednesday, the 14th day of February, 1940.)

Every person who at any ballot held under this section applies for a ballot the name of some other person, whether that name be that of a person living or dead or paper in of a fictitious person, or who having voted once at any such ballot, applies at the same ballot for a ballot paper in his own name, and every person who, for the purpose of procuring his registration in the second part of the register, knowingly makes any false or misleading representation, whether verbal or in writing or by conduct, shall upon summary conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars and to impri- sonment for any term not exceeding three months.

If any question arises as to the validity of any proceeding in any election or intended election of a member of the Urban Council the decision of the Governor in Council thereon shall be final and conclusive for all purposes whatsoever, and the Governor in Council may thereupon give any direction which he may think fit.

2nd February, 1940.

Light Dues.

L. R. ANDREWES,

Presiding Officer.

TREASURY.

   No. 136.-I hereby give notice that the figure representing the average opening selling rate for the month of January, 1940, of the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation for demand drafts on London is settled at 14.82.

31st January, 1940.

T. BLACK, Accountant-General.

154

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SUPREME COURT.

No. 137. The offices of the Supreme Court will be open daily from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. during the Chinese New Year Vacation, except on public and general holidays, when the offices will be entirely closed, and on Saturday when they will be open from 10 a.m. to noon, subject, however, to the provisions of section 5 of the Supreme Court (Vacations) Ordinance, 1898, so far as it relates to the Criminal Sessions. The Chinese New Year Vacation begins on the 8th February and terminates on the 12th February, 1940, (both days inclusive).

1st February, 1940.

L. R. ANDREWES,

Registrar.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. 138. It is hereby notified, in terms of the Crown Rents (Apportionment) Ordinance, 1936, that on the 22nd day of January, 1940, the Crown Rent of the under- mentioned Section of Kowloon Inland Lot No. 359 was determined by me as follows:-

Crown Rent per annum.

Subsection 1 of Section E.

30th January, 1940.

$4.00

T. S. WHYTE-SMITH, Land Officer.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

  No. 139 It is hereby notified, in terms of the Crown Rents (Apportionment) Ordinance, 1936, that on the 22nd day of January, 1940, the Crown Rent of Kowloon Inland Lot No. 910 was determined by me as follows:-

Remaining Portion

Section A.

Section B.

Section C.

Section D.

Section E.

Section F.

Crown Rent per annum.

$24

34

34

24

24

24

34

30th January, 1940.

T. S. WHYTE-SMITH,.

Land Officer.

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LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

155

  No. 140.-It is hereby notified, in terms of the Crown Rents (Apportionment) Ordinance, 1936, that on the 22nd day of January, 1940, the Crown Rent of the under- mentioned Section of Marine Lot No. 450 was determined by me as follows:-

Section A.

Remainder of the Lot

30th January, 1940.

Crown Rent per annum.

...

$24.00 22.80

T. S. WHYTE-SMITH, Land Officer.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

  No. 141.-It is hereby notified, in terms of the Crown Rents (Apportionment) Ordinance, 1936, that on the 24th day of January, 1940, the Crown Rent of Inland Lot No. 140 was determined by me as follows:-

Remaining Portion

Remaining Portion of Section A.

Remaining Portion of Subsection 1 of Section A.

Section A of Subsection 1 of Section A.

Subsection 2 of Section A.

Remaining Portion of Section B.

Subsection 1 of Section B.

Remaining Portion of Section D.

Subsection 1 of Section D.

Subsection 2 of Section D.

Subsection 3 of Section D.

Remaining Portion of Section E.

Subsection 1 of Section E. Section F. ...

:

:

:

:

:.

:

...

Crown Rent

per

annum.

...

$18

18

12

...

14

...

16

12

10

18

14

18

...

20

18

18

...

20

30th January, 1940.

T. S. WHYTE-SMITH, Land Officer.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

  No. 142. It is hereby notified, in terms of the Crown Rents (Apportionment) Ordinance, 1936, that on the 26th day of January, 1940, the Crown Rent of the under- mentioned Section of Inland Lot No. 427 was determined by me as follows:

Subsection 1 of Section C.

Remainder of the Lot

:

Crown Rent per annum.

$ 20.00

700.94

30th January, 1940.

T. S. WHYTE-SMITH,

Land Officer.

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OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

   No. 143.-It is hereby notified that the following trade marks have been regis- tered under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909-

Number

of

Marks.

No. 1 of 1940.

Date of Registration.

Names and Addresses of Owners.

Classes in which registered.

File

Nos.

18th September, The Wing Tat Druggist of No. 1 Second floor

1939.

No. 2 of 1940.

6th September, 1939.

Passage 597 Avenue Foch, Shanghai, and formerly of No. 67, Fung Yuen Chung Street, Canton in the Province of Kwong Tung in the Republic of China.

A. de St. Dalmas & Company, Limited, whose registered office is situate at Junior Street Leicester in the County of Leicester, England.

Shup Chuen Hong of No. 19, Jubilee Street,

First Floor, Hong Kong.

3

394

of 1939.

48

384

of 1939.

No. 3 of 1940,

Nos. 4 & 5 of 1940.

22nd September,

1939.

11th July, 1939.

396 of 1939.

South China Trading Company of No. 380, Queen's Road Central, Victoria in the Colony of Hong Kong.

3

285 of 1939.

No. 6 of 1940.

1939.

19th September, Wah Yan Silk Weaving Factory of Chuk Yuen Village, S.DI. No. 7161, Kowloon City, Hong Kong.

31

395 of 1939.

No. 7 of

1940.

1938.

17th November, K. Tassaram & Co. of China Building, 2nd floor,

Victoria in the Colony of Hong Kong.

38

581 of 1938.

No. 8 of 1940.

13th September, The Colonial Sugar Refining Company, Limited,

1938.

a company duly incorporated under the Com- panies Act of the State of New South Wales, of O'Connell Street, Sydney in the State of New South Wales and Commonwealth of Australia.

50

471 of 1938.

No. 9 of 1940.

18th August, 1939.

The Dollar Medicine Company of No. 31, Lynd- hurst Street, Ground Floor, Hong Kong.

3

No. 10 of 1940.

18th July, 1939,

No. 11 of 1940.

7th October,

1939.

No. 12 of 1940.

18th August, 1939.

No. 13 of 1940.

1st June, 1939.

The Tai Lee Hing Firm of No 113, Second Street (Basement) Victoria, in the Colony of Hong Kong.

The World Light Factory of No. 23, Bedford

Road, Taikoktsui, Hong Kong.

Chan Sin Hing of No. 15, Lock Road, 1st floor, Kowloon, in the Colony of Hong Kong and No. 29, Quai Des Jonques, Cholon, Annam, Indo-China.

Kwong Lung Chong of No. 212, Yee Kuk Street, Ground floor, Shamshuipo, in the Depen- dency of Kowloon, in the Colony of Hong Kong.

23

357 of 1939.

294 of 1939.

418 of 1939.

358 of 1939.

50

220 of 1939.

No. 14 of 1910.

1939.

27th September, Mui Tim of No. 35, Argyle Street, First Floor,

Kowloon, Hong Kong,

38

398 of 1939.

No. 15 of 1940.

11th October, 1939.

Chow Chung Ah Knitting Factory of No. 48, Mongkok Road, Second Floor, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

38

419 of 1939.

No. 16 of 1940.

28th September, Baston Dyes Factory of No. 59, Yen Chow Street,

1939.

Shamshuipo, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

1

399 of 1939.

No. 17 of 1940.

25th July, 1939.

Kong A Company of No. 18, Rua 5 d'Outubro,

Macao.

50

304 of 1939.

J. B. PRENTIs,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

2nd February, 1940.

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OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

  No. 144. 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.

Marks.

Date of Names and Addresses of Owners. Expiration of

Renewal.

Classes in which registered.

File Nos.

No. 50 of 1912

1st February, 1912.

1st February, 1954.

13

435 of 1939.

Nos. 109 & 110 of 1926.

28th January, 1926.

No. 114 of 1926. 29th January,

1926.

No. 137 of 1926. 30th January,

1926.

The General Electric Company of China Limited, 16 Des Vœux Road Central, Victoria, Hong Kong.

British-American Tobacco Co., Ltd., of Westminster House, 7, Millbank, London, S. W. Eng- land.

Lee Cheong Firm of Kow Kong, Canton, China, and 139, Bonham Strand East, Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong.

Kwong Lung Tai at No. 305, Kwong Lung Tai at No. 305, Ko Ti Street, Canton in the Republic of China.

2nd February, 1940.

28th January, 1954.

45

415 of 1939.

29th January, 1954.

4

416 of 1939.

30th January, 1954.

38

417 of 1939.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 145.-It is hereby notified that the following trade marks have been removed from the Trade Marks Register under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909:-

Number of

Marks.

Date of Registration.

Names and Addresses of Owners.

Classes in which registered.

File

Nos.

Nos. 192B,

20th January, Gibb, Livingston and Company, Hong Kong.

1893.

21, 24, 34 & 34 resp.

411 of 1939.

1920, 192K

& 192L of 1893.

No. 66 of 1926. 24th November, Hauff-Leonar A.-G., Wandsbek, Germany,

1

1925.

321 of 1939.

Nos. 102 to 104 of 1926.

13th January, 1926.

The Sincere Company (Perfumery Manufacturers) Ltd., of Victoria, in the Colony of Hong Kong.

48

405 of 1939.

No. 174 of 1939.

1st March, 1939.

2nd February, 1940.

Felten & Guilleaume Carlswerk Eisen Und Stahl Aktiengesellschaft, a German Company, of Koln-Mulheim, Germany.

5

61 of 1939.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

160

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EXECUTIVE

COUNCIL.

No. 146.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 5 of 1922. (EMERGENCY REGULATIONS).

WHEREAS by section 2 of Ordinance No. 5 of 1922, intituled the Emergency Regulations Ordinance, 1922, it is provided among other things that, on any occasion which the Governor in Council may consider to be an occasion of emergency or public danger, he may make any regulations whatsoever which he may consider desirable in the public interest:

AND WHEREAS the Governor in Council considers that such an occasion of emergency or public danger continues to exist:

NOW THEREFORE, by virtue and in exercise of the powers conferred by the said section 2 of the Emergency Regulations Ordinance, 1922, and of all other powers enabling him in that behalf, the Governor in Council amends Emergency Regula- tion No. 37 published as Government Notification No. 902 in the Government Gazette of the 25th November, 1938, as follows:-

Amendments.

1. The following regulation is added as regulation 37 (2):

(2) It shall be lawful for any public officer authorized in that behalf by the Director of Public Works, using such force and with such assistance as may be necessary, to take possession of, demolish and remove any structure used for human habitation erected on land leased from Government or occupied under a licence or permit from Government whether directly or indirectly, which has not been approved by the Building Authority and which in the opinion of the Director of Public Works is insanitary, unsafe or dangerous to the lives or health of the occupants thereof or which, owing to the nature of its structure or its proximity to other similar structures, may be a danger to the lives or health of other persons in the neighbourhood, or which, through lack of adequate sanitary arrangements in its neighbourhood, is calculated to be a danger to the health of its occupants or that of others.

2. Regulation 37 (2) is renumbered as regulation 37 (3).

T. MEGARRY,

Clerk of Councils.

5th January, 1940.

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APPOINTMENTS, &c.

161

  No. 147.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. JOHN BERNARD PRENTIS to be Deputy Registrar, Supreme Court and Deputy Registrar of Companies in addition to his other duties, with effect from 10th February, 1940.

6th February, 1940.

1

  No. 148.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under the provisions of Statute 7 of the Second Schedule of the University Ordinance, 1911, Ordinance No. 10 of 1911, to nominate Mr. BENJAMIN WONG TAPE as a Member of the Court of the University of Hong Kong for a further period of three years, with effect from 8th December, 1939.

7th February, 1940.

  No. 149.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under the provisions of Statute 7 of the Second Schedule of the University Ordinance, 1911, Ordinance No. 10 of 1911, to nominate Mr. GASTON PACROS DE MARTIN, M.B.E., as a Member of the Court of the University of Hong Kong for a further period of three years, with effect from 22nd December, 1939.

7th February, 1940.

  No. 150.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under the provisions of Statute 7 of the Second Schedule of the University Ordinance, 1911, Ordinance No. 10 of 1911, to nominate Mr. Ts'o SEEN-WAN, C.B.E., LL.D., as a Member of the Court of the University of Hong Kong for a further period of three years, with effect from 27th January, 1940.

7th February, 1940.

No. 151. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under the provisions of Statute 7 of the Second Schedule of the University Ordinance, 1911. Ordinance No. 10 of 1911, to nominate Mr. CHARLES COLLINGWOOD ROBERTS as a Member of the Court of the University of Hong Kong vice Mr. WALTER HEATHCOTE LOCK, for a period of three years, with effect from the 30th January, 1940.

7th February, 1940.

  No. 152.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under the provisions of Statute 7 of the Second Schedule of the University Ordinance, 1911, Ordinance No. 10 of 1911, to nominate Mr. CHAU TSUN-NIN, CB.E, as a Member of the Court of the University of Hong Kong vice the late Mr. SUM PAK-MING, for a period of three years, with effect from the 30th January, 1940.

7th February, 1940.

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 7, 1940.

   No. 153. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under section 9 of the regulations of the Hong Kong Naval Volunteer Force, to make the following appointment in the Hong Kong Naval Volunteer Force :-

To be Acting Sub-Lieutenant.

HENRY CHARLES EARDLEY, Esq., with effect from 17th January, 1940.

5th February, 1940.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 154. It is hereby notified that the undermentioned roads will, in future, be known by the names indicated against them :-

DESCRIPTION.

PROPOSED NAME. CHINESE VERSION.

Road commencing at Sing Woo Road at the north-west corner of Inland Lot 5592, running south and terminating at the Waterworks Reserve at the south-west corner of Inland Lot 5503

Road commencing at Blue Pool Road between

Inland Lots 3685 and 5043, running west and terminating at Hawthorn Road..

Road commencing at Blue Pool Road between Inland Lots 3685 and 4849, running west, then south and then east and ter- minating at Blue Pool Road, opposite Inland Lot 5740.

Road commencing at Blue Pool Road between Inland Lots 4845 and 5042, running west and terminating at the Waterworks Reserve between Inland Lots 5083 and 4954...

Road commencing at Blue Pool Road south of Inland Lot 5082, running' west and terminating at Green Lane, south of Inland Lot 5042..

Hawthorn Road. 道塘荷

Holly Road.

道靑冬

Green Lane.

坊璉箕

Broom Road.

道龍蟠

Briar Avenue.

道雅比

7th February, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

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No. 155.

COMPULSORY SERVICE ORDINANCE, 1939,

ORDINANCE NO. 32 of 1939.

Fisher, Joseph Frederick

The following persons, of ages from 41 to 54 years inclusive, shall, as from the date of publication of this list, be deemed to have been enrolled in, and to belong to, the Hong Kong Defence Reserve::

Botcherby, William Clifton Dixon, Philip Albert Eager, Oscar

Ellis, Frederick

Faber, Sven Erik

Fergusson, Thomas

C.

C.

C.

C.

C.

C.

C.

C.

Fox, William Alfred

Gardner, William Frederick

C.

Gerondal, Alexandre Edgard

C.

Gilbert, Geoffrey Fitzgerald

C.

Grant, Walter John

C.

C.

Grimshaw, Rupert

Grose, John Francis

Harris, Edward Louis

Hood, John Mair

C.

C.

C.

Humphreys, John David

C.

Hyndman, Albert Hercules

C.

Hyndman, Edgar Oscar Peter

C.

C.

Jackson, Alfred

Jenkins, Arthur Edward

C.

C.

Jex, Starling

Jex, Thomas Carrick

C.

Johnson, Alfred Henry

C.

Keeble, George Hughes

C.

C.

Kew, Arthur James

C.

Kirk, Edward Wilfred

Mackenzie, Allan

McSmith, Cyril

C.

C.

Maitland, Robert John

C.

Malarky, James Edward

C.

Martin, Alfred John James

C.

C.

Mason, Thomas

Minhinnett, John Denniford

C.

Nicolson, Murdo

Peterson, Henry William Christian

Power, John Charles

Stewart, Henry Robert

Dated the 7th day of February, 1940.

C.

C.

C.

C.

By Order,

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

C. General Group for Essential Services.

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No. 156.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

The following Order is published for general informa- tion:

In accordance with the provisions of section 4 of the Unclaimed Balances Ordinance, 1929, His Excellency the Governor hereby directs that the sums of money, particulars of which appear hereunder, shall be transferred to the general revenue of the Colony. This transfer is subject to the pro- visions contained in the said Ordinance as to refunds.

Particulars above referred to.

NAME OF DECEASED.

DATE MONEY RECEIVED.

ADDRESS.

AMOUNT.

$ c.

Louie Gar Kee

21.11.28

Ex Empress of Canada

1.50

Fung Sai Cho

22. 1.29

President Jefferson

6.87

Yu Sing

14. 2.29

Madison

28.42

Lew Wing Pon

14. 2.29

48.55

Low Say Kay

22. 2.29

""

Empress of Russia

1.10

Wong Tak

2. 4.29

Halvard

25.00

12

Chong Wing Leng

2. 4.29

President Johnson

1.10

Cho Nui

10. 5.29

Seang Bee

10.20

Mar Yan Sheng

29. 6.29

Seistan

1.10

"}

Chan Tuck

29. 6.29

1.10

""

Kam Chor

29. 8.29

Tanda

.90

Kow Loo Wah

29. 9.29

Tilawa

.15

Wong Lam Wah

29. 9.29

Empress of France

1.55

Doolomal Rewachand

29.10.29

Trier

.24

27

Louie Fai

29.11.29

Empress of Russia

1.15

!

Lam Gun

21.11.29

1.35

Chung Tung Fong Git

Wong Yui Piu

Sun King

29.12.29

Tilawa

3.57

??

29.12.29

19.12.29

Empress of Asia

1.15

President Cleveland

8.20

3. 1.30

Pierce

13.80

Lin Wah Gin

13. 1.30

Empress of Russia

2.50

Tseng Gin Lai

13. 1.30

3.40

Lum Cheng Him

29. 1.30

President Jefferson

6.00

Wun Chi

19. 3.30

Prosper

17.72

Loo Soon

1. 4.30

""

Empress of Russia

3.30

Ng Yee Sum

16. 4.30

Loo Goon

16. 5.30

Changte Tanda

11.20

1.80

Chan Jim Sing

23. 5.30

Protesilaus

6.00

""

Gee Kee Moy

26. 5.30

Empress of Russia

2.55

Chow Fung

26. 5.30

3.15

11

Mak Kee Gin

26. 5.30

1.80

"1

""

""

Yue Kun

22. 7.30

Tilawa

10.60

Carried forward

227.02

2

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PARTICULARS ABOVE REFERRED TO,-

--Continued.

165

NAME OF DEceased.

DATE MONEY RECEIVED.

ADDRESS.

AMOUNT.

$ c.

Brought forward

227.02

Leong Yin Kue

24. 7.30

Ex Tyndareus

.95

Li Fat Ying

18. 8.30

1

Tjisalak

2.71

Gee Kee Wun

16. 1.30

President Taft

21.39

Kee Wan Cheong

18. 9.30

Taishan

.82

Harry Seto

Lee Chun Kee

See Po

6.10.30

17.10.30

2.12.30

Empress of Asia

4.20

Haldis

""

82.67

Empress of Asia

47.60

Sze To Chi Shing

12. 2.31

Tjileboet

.82

Ko Chang

14. 2.31

Borneo

1.50

Ah Agg

18. 3.31

Taiping

2.62

Tjieuw Sie

31. 3.31

Tjinanock

.15

Choy Yuk Pan

22. 5.31

Tjisondari

.60

Chu Fat Hing

13. 8.31

Talma

6.49

Wong Chu Sum

7.10.31

Santhia

""

28.76

Chan Chi Kok

9.10.31

Taishan

"

1.72

Lim Shew Jang

6.11.31

Protesilaus

4.15

Ng Wong

19.11.31

Empress of Asia

.15

Chan Yan

5.12.31

Seistan

.60

Cheong Yan Men

21.12.31

"

9.62

Cheung Ah Chan

7. 1.32

Tjibodek

11.33

Mow Poo Lam

3. 3.32

Tanda

"

1.02

Shui Nam

19. 5.32

Halvard

""

10.00

Nam Tam Yan

1. 6.32

Tjisadane

2.17

Jung Yock

25. 6.32

Empress of Japan

47.43

....

Jung Hoy

26. 7.32

Protesilaus

1.82

(Unknown)

Tiong Po

8. 8.32

Tai Hing

.35

28. 9.32

">

Tjisalak

95.20

Siu Chung

Yip Pang

20.10.32

16.11.32

President Hoover

7.48

11

Empress of Canada

5.25

Cheng Yu Wing

2.12.32

Tantalus

.35

Sue Yat Kee

5.12.32

Nankin

3.10

Sum Yick

28.12.32

Santhia

J

1.05

Tjong Kiat San

28. 1.33

Tjibadak

71.35

Loney Kee

11. 2.33

Ixion

5.05

Wong Chik Hung

6. 3.33

Tjinegara

32.96

Chong Lee

24. 3.33

""

President Hoover

2.74

Cheng Su Kam

16. 5.33

Maron

2.40

Hoo Yat Chee

17. 5.33

Tilawa

1.86

Chow You

31. 5.33

Santhia

1.20

Wing Shin

6. 6.33

Nellore

29.70

Carried forward

778.35

166

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 7, 1940.

PARTICULARS ABOVE REFERRED TO,- Continued.

NAME OF DECEASED.

DATE MONEY RECEIVED.

ADDRESS.

AMOUNT.

$ c.

Brought forward

778.35

Chum Duck

14. 8.33

Ex Changte

2.00

Yong Lock San

23. 8.33

Liangchow

.15

Ah Pow

22. 8.33

Kiungchow

25.24

Yu Lock

23. 8.33

""

Empress of Asia

2.60

Wong Pao Chin

25. 9.33

Apoey

5.30

Bong Kwee Tjhon

20.10.33

Tjibadak

1.25

(Unknown Chinese Lady).

30.12.33

Tung On

.65

Total

$815.54

6th February, 1940.

No. 157.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

IN THE MATTER OF THE ALIEN ENEMIES (WINDING- UP) ORDINANCE, No. 28 of 1914.

By order of His Excellency the Governor dated the 1st day of February, 1940, Messrs. PERCY SMITH, SETH & FLEMING, Chartered Accountants, were appointed liquidators of the affairs of Mr. R. Umnuss formerly of the China Export Import & Bank Co.

5th February, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

}

باه

1

166

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 7, 1940.

PARTICULARS ABOVE REFERRED TO,- Continued.

NAME OF DECEASED.

DATE MONEY RECEIVED.

ADDRESS.

AMOUNT.

$ c.

Brought forward

778.35

Chum Duck

14. 8.33

Ex Changte

2.00

Yong Lock San

23. 8.33

Liangchow

.15

Ah Pow

22. 8.33

Kiungchow

25.24

Yu Lock

23. 8.33

""

Empress of Asia

2.60

Wong Pao Chin

25. 9.33

Apoey

5.30

Bong Kwee Tjhon

20.10.33

Tjibadak

1.25

(Unknown Chinese Lady).

30.12.33

Tung On

.65

Total

$815.54

6th February, 1940.

No. 157.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

IN THE MATTER OF THE ALIEN ENEMIES (WINDING- UP) ORDINANCE, No. 28 of 1914.

By order of His Excellency the Governor dated the 1st day of February, 1940, Messrs. PERCY SMITH, SETH & FLEMING, Chartered Accountants, were appointed liquidators of the affairs of Mr. R. Umnuss formerly of the China Export Import & Bank Co.

5th February, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

}

باه

1

9

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 7, 1940.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

To the Owner of Survey District I Lot No. 1582 R.P. (portion).

167

   No. 158.-Take notice that Survey District I Lot No. 1582 R.P. (portion contain- ing 436 square feet) is required for a public purpose and will be resumed on the expiration of one month from the date of the posting of this notice on the said land. and that thereupon such compensation will be paid as may be awarded in the manner provided by the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, as amended by the Crown Lands Resumption Amendment Ordinance, 1930, and further take notice that you are hereby called upon to nominate a member to serve on the Board of Arbitrators to determine the amount of compensation to be paid in respect of such resumption, and that in the event of your failing to nominate a member to serve on the Board within one week after the date of the expiration of this notice then the Chairman of the Board may nominate a member to serve on your behalf.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

7th February, 1940.

      ·斷主滿置會業辦收修政一至 日告現英部十第通布 千一十一右人局尙後若同主理囘正府干應將起張因方份 告政 九部二約通為主未一千公須又官

·千公須又官一收九如該

·收九如該限貼舉尺一號 約 百份號第告其席人星斷自該地千回百何部一在辦地共地 第 四地地一丈訂可有期此局行部則九官三份個該公方四段一得 十方千量議代舉之通議推份例百地十地月處益之百之千丈 月年之之五約此行定內告定舉地之年則年則方之地由部三餘五量 業餘百份告推則該限應一方規政例修按收後方本份十百約 主假八第

二月七日

舉公業期補人之定府所正照囘卽之通一六一八份為

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

To the Owner of Survey District I Lot No. 1642 R.P. (portion).

   No. 159.-Take notice that Survey District I Lot No. 1642 R.P. (portion contain- ing 871 square feet) is required for a public purpose and will be resumed on the expiration of one month from the date of the posting of this notice on the said land and that thereupon such compensation will be paid as may be awarded in the manner provided by the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, as amended by the Crown Lands Resumption Amendment Ordinance, 1930, and further take notice that you are hereby called upon to nominate a member to serve on the Board of Arbitrators to determine the amount of compensation to be paid in respect of such resumption, and that in the event of your failing to nominate a member to serve on the Board within one week after the date of the expiration of this notice then the Chairman of the Board may nominate a member to serve on your behalf.

N. L. SMITH,

CColonial Secretary.

7th February, 1940.

千-

-

人局尙後若同主理

正府一至湏告現英部十第通布 十一右為主未一千公須又官一收千應將起張因方份二一告政 九部二約通其席有星倘斷自該地千囘九如該限貼舉一號約事司 百份號第告訂可人期此局行部則九官百何部一在辦地共地第照史

地地一丈議代舉之通議推份例百地卅補份個該公方八段

二十方 ·量此行定內告定舉地之年則年置地處益之百之千丈 月年之之六約告推則該限應一方規政修則方之地由部七餘六量 七 業餘百份 舉公業期補人之定府所正按收後方本份十段百約

主段四第 一斷主滿置會業辦收修政照回卽之通一一四份為

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COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

To the Owner of Survey District I Lot No. 17 17 R.P. (the agricultural portion

containing 436 square feet).

No. 160.─Take notice that Survey District [ Lot No. 1717 R.P. (the agricultural portion containing 436 square feet) is required for a public purpose and will be resumed on the expiration of one month from the date of the posting of this notice on the said land and that thereupon such compensation will be paid as may be awarded in the manner provided by the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, as amended by the Crown Lands Resumption Amendment Ordinance, 1930, and further take notice that you are hereby called upon to nominate a member to serve on the Board of Arbitrators to determine the amount of compensation to be paid in respect of such resumption, and that in the event of your failing to nominate a member to serve on the Board within one week after the date of the expiration of this notice then the Chairman of the Board may nominate a member to serve on your behalf.

7th February, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

為主未一千公湏又官一收九如該限貼舉耕共十第通布 方一十一右其席有星個斷自該地千回百何部一在辦種四七一告政 九地尺共七約通訂可人期此局行部則九官三補份個該地百號約事司 百方耕四號第告議代舉之通議推份例百地十置地處之地第照史 四之種百地-丈此行定內告定舉地之年則年則方之地由部十段一得 二十業地三段千量告推則該限應一方規政例修按收後方本份六之千丈 月年主之十之七約 舉公業期補人之定府所正照囘卽之通一英餘七量 部六餘百份一斷主滿置會業辦收修政一至日告現方百約 份英一第人局尙後若同主理囘正府千應將起張因尺-一份為

二月七日

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

To the Owner of Survey District I Lot No. 1812 R.P. (portion).

No.161.-Take notice that Survey District I Lot No. 1812 R.P. (portion containing 3,049 feet) is required for a public purpose and will be resumed on the expiration of one month from the date of the posting of this notice on the said land and that thereupon such compensation will be paid as may be awarded in the manner provided by the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, as amended by the Crown Lands Resumption Amendment Ordinance, 1930, and further take notice that you are hereby called upon to nominate a member to serve on the Board of Arbitrators to determine the amount of compensation to be paid in respect of such resumption, and that in the event of

                                                               your failing to nominate a member to serve on the Board within one week after the date of the expiration of this notice then the Chairman of the Board may nominate a member to serve on your behalf.

N. L. SMITH,

7th February, 1940.

CColonial Secretary.

為主未一千公須又官一收干應將起張因九部十第通布 千一十一右其席有個斷自該地千囘九如該限貼舉英份二一告政 九部二約通訂可人期此局行部則九官百何部一在辦方一號約事司 百份號第告 議代舉之通議推份百地卅補份個該公尺共地照史 四地地一丈此行定內告定舉地之年則置地處之三段一得 二十方段千量告選則該限應一方規政修則方之地由部千之千丈 月年之之八約定公業期補人之定府所正按收後方本份零餘八量 業餘百份 一斷主滿置會業辦收修政照囘之通一四段百約 主段一第人局尙後若同主理囘正府一至須日告現十一一份為

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 7, 1940.

SUPREME COURT.

169

  No. 162.-It is hereby notified that the name of TAI MEE COMPANY, LIMITED, has been struck off the Register.

6th February, 1940.

L. R. ANDREWES,

Registrar of Companies.

DISTRICT OFFICE, SOUTH.

  No. 163. It is hereby notified for general information that the Memorial of Re- entry by the Crown on Lots Nos. 274, 275, 276 and 277 in Hang Hau Demarcation District No. 224 and Lots Nos. 1413 and 1414 in Hang Hau Demarcation District No. 243 has been registered according to law.

6th February, 1940.

No. 164.

H. J. CRUTTWELL, District Officer, Southern District.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

The following addition to the Register of Medical Practitioners entitled to practise Medicine in this Colony, published in Government Notification No. 362 of the 5th May, 1939, pursuant to the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1935, is published for general information :--

PERSON QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

NATURE OF QUALIFICATION.

DATE OF QUALIFICATION.

Smalley, James

Thornton.

Knutsford Hotel, Kowloon.

Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England.

1907.

Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians of London.

1907.

6th February, 1940.

P. S. SELWYN-CLARKE,

Director of Medical Services.

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Hong Kong.

THE WATERWORKS ORDINANCE, 1938.

   No. 165.-The following person or firm has been added to the list of licensed plumbers published in Government Notification No. 21 of the 4th January, 1939:-

Name.

Kwong Sing Loi Kee

Address.

Tsing Yuen Street, Tai Po Market, N.T.

5th February, 1940.

A. B. PURVES,

Water Authority.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR Of Trade Marks.

   No. 166. 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.

Date of Expiration of

Renewal.

Class in

File

which registered.

No.

No. 87 of 1926.

4th January, 1926.

7th February, 1940.

Woo Brothers of No. 6, Queen's Road Central, Victoria in the Colony of Hong Kong.

4th January, 1954.

47

400 of 1939.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

172

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 16, 1940.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 167.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1915.

(IMPORTATION AND

EXPORTATION).

!

In exercise of the powers conferred by section 3 of the Importation and Exportation Ordinance. 1915, the Governor in Council makes the following Order :---

1. Goods consigned from any country specified in the First Schedule hereto are prohibited to be imported into the Colony unless at the time of the importation thereof there is produced to the Superintendent of Imports and Exports a certificate of origin and interest relating to those goods:

Provided that this prohibition shall not apply

(i) to goods of a description specified in the Second Schedule hereto;

(ii) to any particular consignment of goods in respect of which the Superintendent of Imports and Exports authorizes delivery thereof upon security being given in such form as the Superintendent of Imports and Exports may require for the production as aforesaid within such time as the Superin- tendent of Imports and Exports may prescribe of a certificate of origin and interest.

2. In this Order-

"Certificate of Origin and Interest" means a Certificate in the form specified in the Third Schedule hereto signed by a British Consular Officer.

3. Nothing in this Order shall be taken to be an authority for doing any act, the doing of which would except under such an authority constitute an offence of trading with the

enemy.

4. This Order may be cited as the Import (Certificates of Origin and Interest) Order, 1940, and shall come into operation on the 1st day of April, 1940.

T. MEGARRY,

Clerk of Councils.

1st February, 1940.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 16, 1940.

173

*

Albania

FIRST SCHEDULE.

Belgium and Luxemburg

Bulgaria

Denmark

Estonia

Finland

Greece

Hungary

Iceland

Italy

Latvia

Liechtenstein

Lithuania

Netherlands

Norway

*Portugal

Roumania

San Marino

*Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

Turkey

Yugoslavia.

Excluding insular territories in the Atlantic Ocean.

SECOND SCHEDULE.

1. Newspapers, periodicals, printed books and printed parts thereof, printed music, catalogues, advertising material, printed leaflets, printed pamphlets, and printed forms.

2. Bona fide personal and household effects of persons entering the Colony.

3. Samples of no commercial value.

4. Bonâ fide gifts from private senders to private addressees.

5. Goods in transit without transhipment or transhipped on ર

through Bill of Lading for destinations outside the Colony.

6. Goods addressed to or consigned direct to Government Depart-

ments.

THIRD SCHEDULE.

I.

Certificate of Origin and Interest.

His Majesty's

Consul-General/Consul/Vice-Consul at

hereby certify that A (name of applicant) B (occupation of applicant) residing at

has declared before

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 16, 1940.

to

ine that the merchandise designated below, which is to be shipped from consigned to C (name of consignee) D (occupation of consignee) resident at

                 has not been grown, produced or manufactured in enemy territory; that no person who is an enemy, or with whom trading is prohibited under any law or proclamation for the time being in force, relating to trading with the enemy or relating to trading with persons of enemy nationality or associations, has any interest in such merchandise; and that he has produced to my satisfaction invoices or other trustworthy documents in proof thereof.

The present certificate must not be regarded as an absolute guarantee of the origin of the goods, which remain liable to seizure, if they should prove on examination by the competent British authorities to be of enemy origin.

Number and

Descrip-

Marks and

Weight

OF

tion of Numbers. Quantity

Total Value.‡

Contents.

Name of Producer, Grower or

cases.

Manu- facturer.

No part/Not more than 25 per cent. of the cost of these goods to the manufacturer is due to material and labour of enemy origin.

The goods covered by this certificate must be shipped within a period of not more than (...... ..) days from the date hereof.

Signed

(Signature of person declaring).

Signed

(Signature of Consular Officer).

Date

¥

(Consular Fee stamp duty cancelled).

This certificate is valid for not more than (one, two, three, etc.) (bales, cases, hogsheads, etc.).

† If desired, the word "order" may be inserted here instead.

This column may be left blank if desired.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 16, 1940.

175

No. 168.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 40 of 1912.

(VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC

REGULATION).

In exercise of the powers conferred by section 3 of the Vehicles and Traffic Regulation Ordinance, 1912, the Governor in Council hereby amends the regulations made under the said Ordinance appearing on pages 723 to 803 of Volume II of the Regulations of Hong Kong (1937 edition) as follows:-

Amendments.

1. The Table to Regulation No. 128 is amended by the deletion from the fourth column thereof of the figure and word "3 tons" and the substitution therefor of the figures and word 41⁄2 tons".

2. Schedule F is amended by the deletion from the second line of the second paragraph of Requirement No. 1 -Weight-of the figures and word "3 tons" and the substitution therefor of the figures and word " 41⁄2 tons

tons".

No. 169.

T. MEGARRY,

Clerk of Councils.

12th February, 1940.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 40 of 1912. (VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC REGULATION).

In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 3 of the Vehicles and Traffic Regulation Ordinance, 1912, the Governor in Council hereby amends the regulations made under the said Ordinance appearing on pages 723 to 803 of Volume II of the Regulations of Hong Kong (1937 edition) as follows:

Regulation 153 is rescinded and the following is sub- stituted therefor :--

153. The fare for the hiring of a taxcab shall be-

IN HONG KONG :

(1) for a distance not exceeding one mile

(2) for each quarter of a mile in excess of

one mile

(3) waiting time with meter shut off-for each

period of five minutes

50 cents

10

10

"

دو

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 16, 1940.

175

No. 168.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 40 of 1912.

(VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC

REGULATION).

In exercise of the powers conferred by section 3 of the Vehicles and Traffic Regulation Ordinance, 1912, the Governor in Council hereby amends the regulations made under the said Ordinance appearing on pages 723 to 803 of Volume II of the Regulations of Hong Kong (1937 edition) as follows:-

Amendments.

1. The Table to Regulation No. 128 is amended by the deletion from the fourth column thereof of the figure and word "3 tons" and the substitution therefor of the figures and word 41⁄2 tons".

2. Schedule F is amended by the deletion from the second line of the second paragraph of Requirement No. 1 -Weight-of the figures and word "3 tons" and the substitution therefor of the figures and word " 41⁄2 tons

tons".

No. 169.

T. MEGARRY,

Clerk of Councils.

12th February, 1940.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 40 of 1912. (VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC REGULATION).

In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 3 of the Vehicles and Traffic Regulation Ordinance, 1912, the Governor in Council hereby amends the regulations made under the said Ordinance appearing on pages 723 to 803 of Volume II of the Regulations of Hong Kong (1937 edition) as follows:

Regulation 153 is rescinded and the following is sub- stituted therefor :--

153. The fare for the hiring of a taxcab shall be-

IN HONG KONG :

(1) for a distance not exceeding one mile

(2) for each quarter of a mile in excess of

one mile

(3) waiting time with meter shut off-for each

period of five minutes

50 cents

10

10

"

دو

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IN KOWLOON :

For Large Cabs-

(1) for a distance not exceeding one mile

(2) for each quarter of a mile in excess of

one mile

(3) waiting time with meter shut off-for each

period of five minutes

For Small Cabs--

50 cents

5

"

5

11

(1) for a distance not exceeding one mile ..... 35 cents

(2) for each quarter of a mile in excess of

one mile

(3) waiting time with meter shut off--for each

period of five minutes

5

14th February, 1940.

T. MEGARRY.

Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 170.-The Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies has been pleased to approve the appointment of Mr. ERIC WILLIAM PUDNEY to be Accountant, Treasury, with effect from 5th January, 1940.

Mr. ERIC WILLIAM PUDNEY arrived in the Colony and assumed duty on 7th February, 1940.

13th February, 1940.

No. 171.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. JOHN PELLY MURPHY as an Assistant Crown Solicitor, with effect from the 15th day of April, 1936.

13th February, 1940.

No. 172.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to make the following appointment under regulation 5 (1) of the Colonial Defence Regulations :--

To be Assistant Censor-SAMUEL RANDLE.

13th February, 1940.

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IN KOWLOON :

For Large Cabs-

(1) for a distance not exceeding one mile

(2) for each quarter of a mile in excess of

one mile

(3) waiting time with meter shut off-for each

period of five minutes

For Small Cabs--

50 cents

5

"

5

11

(1) for a distance not exceeding one mile ..... 35 cents

(2) for each quarter of a mile in excess of

one mile

(3) waiting time with meter shut off--for each

period of five minutes

5

14th February, 1940.

T. MEGARRY.

Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 170.-The Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies has been pleased to approve the appointment of Mr. ERIC WILLIAM PUDNEY to be Accountant, Treasury, with effect from 5th January, 1940.

Mr. ERIC WILLIAM PUDNEY arrived in the Colony and assumed duty on 7th February, 1940.

13th February, 1940.

No. 171.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. JOHN PELLY MURPHY as an Assistant Crown Solicitor, with effect from the 15th day of April, 1936.

13th February, 1940.

No. 172.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to make the following appointment under regulation 5 (1) of the Colonial Defence Regulations :--

To be Assistant Censor-SAMUEL RANDLE.

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 No. 173.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. GEORGE ARTIS PENTREATH to be Chief Air Raid Warden for the Island of Hong Kong.

10th February, 1940.

 No. 174.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. LEONARD GEOFFREY MORGAN, B.Sc., M.A., to act as a Senior Inspector of Schools, Education Department, with effect from 10th February, 1940, and until further notice.

15th February, 1940.

No. 175.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. CHARLES COLLINGWOOD ROBERTS to be a Member of the Volunteer Advisory Committee during the absence from the Colony of Mr. WALTER HEATHCOTE LOCK who has been serving on this committee during the absence of Mr. JOHN ROBERTSON MASSON, with effect from 5th February, 1940.

15th February, 1940.

No. 176.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. HENRY JOSEPH PEARCE, M.C., to act as a Director of the Widows' and Orphans' Pensions during the absence from the Colony of Mr. JAMES RALSTON.

16th February, 1940.

No. 177. For the purposes of regulation 18 of the Colonial Defence Regulations, 1939, published as Government Notification 103 in the Gazette of 26th January, 1940, His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint the following advisory committee:-

His Honour the Chief Justice (Chairman).

Hon. Mr. STANLEY HUDSON DODWELL.

Major ROBERT CLEMENT GILES, R.M.

Captain CHARLES RALPH BOXER.

JOHN KEITH BOUSFIELD, Esq., M.C., M.A.

15th February, 1940.

  No. 178.-It is hereby notified that Mr. KATSUO OKAZAKI, Consul-General for Japan at Hong Kong resumed charge of the Consulate-General for Japan on 7th February, 1940.

13th February, 1940.

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No. 179.

NOTICES.

Hong Kong.

Order.

WHEREAS I, Sir GEOFFRY ALEXANDER STAFFORD NORTHCOTE, Knight Commander 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 to exercise the powers conferred on me by regulation 46 of the Defence Regulations, 1939, published in Government Notification 737 in the Gazette Extraordinary No. 44 of the 2nd September, 1939:

Now I, the said Governor, by virtue of the powers in that behalf vested in me by that regulation, DO HEREBY ORDER as follows:

1. No person shall ship from the Colony, for use by the ship as fuel, any bunker coal or bunker oil without a licence in writing from the Controller of Trade or any quantity of such fuel in excess of the quantity (if any) authorized in such permit.

2. This Order may be cited as the Defence (Bunker Coal and Oil) Order, 1940.

Given under my hand this 13th day of February, 1940.

G. A. S. NORTHCOTE,

Governor.

Published by His Excellency's Command.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

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179

No. 180.

Order.

WHEREAS I, Sir GEOFFRY ALEXANDER STAFFORD NORTHCOTE, Knight Commander 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 to exercise the powers conferred on me by regula- tion 33 of the Defence Regulations, 1939:

Now I, the said Governor, by virtue of the powers in that behalf vested in me by that regulation, DO HEREBY DECLARE the following area to be a protected area for the purposes of the Defence Regulations, 1939-

The whole of the Colony of Hong Kong except-

(1) in the island of Hong Kong, the area bounded by Tung Lo Wan Road, Tai Hang Road, Bowen Road, Garden Road to Robinson Road to Park Road, Bonham Road, Western Street, and Connaught Road;

(2) in Kowloon, the area bounded by Chatham Road, Ma Tau Wai Road, Tam Kung Road and Prince Edward Road to the sea-front and its western extremity.

Nothing in this order shall prevent a person travelling by the Star Ferry or the Hong Kong and Yaumati Ferry on direct routes between Hong Kong and Kowloon.

Given under my hand this 16th day of February, 1940.

G. A. S. NORTHCOTE,

Governor.

Published by His Excellency's Command.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

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No. 181.

Hong Kong.

In exercise of the powers conferred on him by the Emergency Powers (Colonial Defence) Order in Council, 1939, and of all other powers enabling him in that behalf, the Governor makes the following regulation which shall be inserted in and shall form part of the Defence Regulations, 1939, published as Government Notification 703 in the Gazette of 26th August, 1939, as subsequently amended-

Part III.

areas.

33.-(1) Without prejudice to any other of these regula- Protected tions, the Governor, if satisfied with respect to any area that it is necessary or expedient, in the interests of defence or the efficient prosecution of the war, to regulate the entry of persons into that area, may by order declare that area to be a protected area for the purposes of these regulations; and so long as the order is in force, then, on and after such day as may be specified in the order, and subject to any exemptions for which provision may be made by the order, no person being an enemy alien shall be therein without the permission of such authority or person as may be specified in the order.

Any area in relation to which an order made under this regulation is in force is hereafter in these regulations referred to as a protected area

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(2) If any person is in a protected area in contravention of this regulation, then, without prejudice to any proceedings which may be taken against him, he may be removed from the area by or under the direction of an authorized officer.

Published by His Excellency's Command,

16th February, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

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No 182.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

Hong Kong.

In exercise of the powers conferred by the Emergency Powers (Defence) Act, 1939, as extended to the Colony by the Emergency Powers (Colonial Defence) Order in Council, 1939, published respectively by Government Notification Nos. 707 and 708 in the Gazette Extraordinary No. 39 of the 26th August, 1939, His Excellency the Governor makes the following regulations :

Regulations for the control of fishing.

person shall

1. No

carry out any of the operations for fishing and no person shall take any fish in and from the following areas in the waters of the Colony :---

(a) North of Lantao.

The area enclosed by the following boundaries:- Northern Boundary-The mainland.

Southern Boundary-The Island of Lantao.

Eastern Boundary-A line drawn true North and true South from the casternmost point of the East Brothers Island, continued until it meets the mainland on the North and the Island of Lantao on the South.

Western Boundary-A line drawn true South from Black Point on the mainland and continued until it meets the Island of Lantao.

(b) East and West Lamma Channels.

The area enclosed by the following boundaries :--

Northern Boundary--A line drawn true East and true West from the southernmost point of the Island of Ping Chau, and continued until it meets the Island of Hong Kong on the East and the Island of Lantao on the West.

Southern Boundary-A line drawn from the Port War Signal Station on Bluff Point (Taitam Peninsula) to Un Kok on Lamma Island, thence following the coast of Lamma Island to Hamitsui, thence to the southernmost point of Cheung Chau Island, thence true North West to the Island of Lantao.

Eastern Boundary-The Island of Hong Kong. Western Boundary-The Island of Lantao.

(c) Tathong Channel.

The area enclosed by the following boundaries:-

Northern Boundary-The Anti-Submarine Boom.

Southern Boundary-A line 6,000 yards long drawn from Cape D'Aguilar towards the southernmost point of the South Ninepin Island.

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Eastern Boundary-A line joining Slope Island (Jan Chau) with the eastern extremity of the Southern Boundary.

2. The provisions of the Defence Regulations, 1939, shall apply for the purpose of the enforcement of these Regulations, and otherwise in relation thereto, and these Regulations shall be construed and take effect as if they formed part, and shall be deemed to form part of the Defence Regulations, 1939.

Published by His Excellency's Command.

No. 183.

13th February, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

It is hereby notified that the appointment of Mr. R. A. WADESON, Solicitor of Messrs. Deacons, as liquidator of the affairs of Mr. Karl Kastmann, which appointment was published in the Gazette on the 15th day of September, 1939, in Government Notification No. 808, was revoked by order of His Excellency the Governor on the 6th February, 1940.

No. 184.

13th February, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

It is hereby notified that the appointment of Messrs. THOMSON & CO. as liquidators of Messrs. Glaser & Co., which appointment was published in the Gazette on the 22nd day of September, 1939, in Government Notification No. 842, was revoked by order of His Excellency the Governor on the 1st February, 1940.

13th February, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

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Eastern Boundary-A line joining Slope Island (Jan Chau) with the eastern extremity of the Southern Boundary.

2. The provisions of the Defence Regulations, 1939, shall apply for the purpose of the enforcement of these Regulations, and otherwise in relation thereto, and these Regulations shall be construed and take effect as if they formed part, and shall be deemed to form part of the Defence Regulations, 1939.

Published by His Excellency's Command.

No. 183.

13th February, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

It is hereby notified that the appointment of Mr. R. A. WADESON, Solicitor of Messrs. Deacons, as liquidator of the affairs of Mr. Karl Kastmann, which appointment was published in the Gazette on the 15th day of September, 1939, in Government Notification No. 808, was revoked by order of His Excellency the Governor on the 6th February, 1940.

No. 184.

13th February, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

It is hereby notified that the appointment of Messrs. THOMSON & CO. as liquidators of Messrs. Glaser & Co., which appointment was published in the Gazette on the 22nd day of September, 1939, in Government Notification No. 842, was revoked by order of His Excellency the Governor on the 1st February, 1940.

13th February, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

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183

No. 185.

COMPULSORY SERVICE ORDINANCE, 1939, ORDINANCE NO. 32 of 1939.

The following persons, of ages from 1 to 54 years inclusive, shall, as from the date of publication of this list, be deemed to have been enrolled in, and to belong to, the Hong Kong Defence Reserve :-

Allson, Albert Sidney

Begdon, Kieran

Blake, Denis Henry

B.

C.

C.

Costello, George Edward

B.

C.

Croucher, Noel

C.

Dennis, Albert James

B.

Drake, Darell

Drummond, Ahmed

B.

Duckworth, Ferdinand Farrant

B.

Dunlop, Robert Paterson

B.

Eales, Harold Gordon

B.

B.

Elias, Jacob Hai

B.

Faid, William

B.

Forbes, Duncan Douglas

B.

Forder, George

Gillespie, Ronald Dare

B.

Goldin, Constantin

Grant, Charlie Pearson Groves, Frank

Hanna, Frederick Harold Harris, Frederic Thomas Herridge, Frank

Hunt, Herbert Cunningham Hunter, Neil Esmond

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

Ingram, Archibald William

B.

Johnston, Herbert William

B.

Johnstone, James Robert

C.

Key, Maurice Frederick Kirby, William Edward Knight, Thomas Leonard Knight, William James

Langston, Selwyn Henry

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

Lee, Charles René

Lewis, Eric

Lillicrap, Samuel

B.

B.

B.

B.

Linaker, John

Lunny, James Francis

Lyen, Edmund Symloy

Macgregor, John Farrar

Mackenzie, Andrew Neilson Manton, Alfred

Mills, Henry William.

Mills, Laurence Langley Murdoch, Douglas Athol Nash, Frederick Edmund

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

C.

B.

B.

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B.

Nish, Hugh

Nodes. William Oliver

B.

Ollerton, Joseph Edward

C.

Penson, Norman

Prasalov, Oleg Vladimir

Prentice. Joseph

Ramsey. Alfred William

Raymond. Edward Maurice Reason, Harry

Rickwood, William Edward

Roberts, Archibald Hynes.

Robertson, Ernest Knibb

Robertson, Robert

Ross, Sydney Hampden

Rowan, Arthur

B.

C.

B.

B.

C.

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

C.

Rowan, George Evan

Roxburgh, Robert Richard

B.

B.

Russell, John

Ryan, Lionel Ernest Norwood

B.

C.

Salmon. Adelph

Sewell, George William

B.

Sharp, Eric William

B.

Simmonds. Ernest William Charles...

B.

Stewart. Charles Edward

B.

i

Stone, Harold Edmund

B.

Strong, William Harry

B.

Suckling, Percy Herbert

B.

Sykes, Elias David

C.

Tarbuck, Alfred

B.

Taylor, Robert

B.

Terry, Charles Edward Michael Thomas, Edward Cairns

B.

Thompson, George Edward Foster Tinson, George Gwinnett Noble

Treskin, Vladimir I.

Triggs, Clifton James

Vago, Aladar

Waller, Frank Alfred Watson, Maurice Murray Weir, Douglas Churchill Weller. Frank Clark

B.

B.

B.

C.

B.

B.

C.

B.

C.

C.

C.

Wescombe, Reginald

C.

White, Nowell Bernard

C.

Whitfield, Frank Charles

B.

Wild, Richard Henry

C.

Williams, William George

B.

Williamson, Stuart Taylor

Wilson, Walter George Matthews.

Witchell, George Bernard

Wood, James

Wright, William

Wyllie, Roy Leslie

C.

B.

B.

B.

B.

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Young, Benjamin Alfred Younghusband, Percy

Dated the 14th day of February, 1940.

By Order,

C.

B.

B.

Key-Posts Group.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

C. General Group for Essential Services.

No. 186.

COMPULSORY SERVICE ORDINANCE, 1939,

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939.

The following persons, of ages from 18 to 40 years inclusive, shall, as from the date of publication of this list, be deemed to have been enrolled in, and to belong to, the Hong Kong Defence Reserve:-

Brockenshire, Harold

Judah, Cyril Raphael

Norton, Francis Ambrose

Dated the 14th day of February, 1940.

By Order,

B.

A.

B.

A. Combatant Group.

B. Key-Posts Group.

==

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

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Young, Benjamin Alfred Younghusband, Percy

Dated the 14th day of February, 1940.

By Order,

C.

B.

B.

Key-Posts Group.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

C. General Group for Essential Services.

No. 186.

COMPULSORY SERVICE ORDINANCE, 1939,

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939.

The following persons, of ages from 18 to 40 years inclusive, shall, as from the date of publication of this list, be deemed to have been enrolled in, and to belong to, the Hong Kong Defence Reserve:-

Brockenshire, Harold

Judah, Cyril Raphael

Norton, Francis Ambrose

Dated the 14th day of February, 1940.

By Order,

B.

A.

B.

A. Combatant Group.

B. Key-Posts Group.

==

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

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No. 187.

Order.

I. WILLIAM JAMES CARRIE, Controller of Food, by virtue and in exercise of the powers vested in me by the Defence Regulations, 1939, with the consent of His Excellency the Governor, hereby make the following order :-

The standard price for the following article of food shall, until further notice, be as follows :

Brand.

Standard Price.

}

c.

Evaporated Milk.

Golden State. 14 oz.

32 per tin.

W. J. CARRIE,

Controller of Food.

16th February, 1940.

NOTE.-The above order amends the standard price fixed by Government Notification No. 131 in the Gazette of the 2nd February, 1940, for the article of food mentioned.

No. 188.

It is hereby notified that JoHN DENMAN MURPHY has been re-assigned from the Combatant Group to the General Group for Essential Services in the Hong Kong Defence Reserve under the provisions of the Compulsory Service Ordinance, 1939.

C. BRAMALL BURGESS, Clerk to the Compulsory Service Tribunal.

14th February, 1940.

No. 189.

It is hereby notified that CHARLES FREDRICK PRAGNELL has been re-assigned from the Key-Posts Group to the General Group for Essential Services in the Hong Kong Defence Reserve under the provisions of the Compulsory Service Ordinance, 1939.

C. BRAMALL BURGESS, Clerk to the Compulsory Service Tribunal.

13th February, 1940.

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No. 190.-Financial Statement for the month of November, 1939.

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE.

Excess of Assets over Liabilities on 31st October, 1939..

Revenue from 1st to 30th November, 1939

TREASURY.

$17.285.669.84 3,473,229.48

$ 20,758,899.32 2,813,623.80

Expenditure from 1st to 30th November, 1939

Balance...

$ 17,945,275.52

Assets and Liabilities on the 30th November, 1939.

LIABILITIES.

ASSETS.

Deposits:--

$

Contractors and

Officers De-

posits

$

546,335.00

Investment

Account

113,000.00

Miscellaneous

Imprest Account, Special

Advances:

Miscellaneous

Pending Re-imbursements from 31% Dollar loan Pending Re-imbursements

from proposed new loan.

Imprest Account

$

C.

57,844,97

11,132,493.50

2,074,036.71

73,470.17 234.12

Deposits.....

1,552,154.48

Subsidiary Coins....

55,000.00

Investment Account..

113,000.00

2,211,439.48

Roads Transport Haulage and

Upkeep Account

4,032.62

King George V Memorial Fund.........

158,368.56

Note Issue Ac-

count:-

Suspense Account

67,305.70

Current Ac-

Exchange Adjustment

23,999.66

count....$2,376,755.95

Fixed De-

posit

4,000,000.00

6,376,755.95

Nickel Coinage

Praya East Reclamation

584.99

Account:

Current Ac-

count ....$

68,881.20

Note Security Fund

6,376,755.95

Sterling In-

vestment..

1,331,842.47

1,400,723.67

Nickel Coinage Security Fund

1,400,723.67

Cash :-

Accountant-General.

Water Works-Renewals and Im-

provements Fund.

No. 1 a/c....$ 1,040,025.51 Accountant-General.

390,896.16

No. 2 a/c.... 2,168,402.61

3,208,428.12

Crown Agents

*Joint Colonial Fund

38,117.38 2,855,798.32

Total Liabilities

10,630,124.17

Fixed Deposit

General Miscellaneous.

General Revenue Balance

$ 1,050,000.00 135,464.16

17,945,275.52

1,185,464.16

TOTAL.........$

28,575,399.69

TOTAL......

28,575,399.69

* Joint Colonial Fund.............

..£177,000 (s. Od.

14th February, 1940.

T. BLACK, Accountant-General.

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No. 191.

MONTHLY COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE REVENUE AND EXPEN

Heads of Revenue.

Estimates 1939.

Revenue from 1st to 30th November,

Revenue for same period of preceding

Actual Revenue to

30th

November,

1939.

1939.

year.

Revenue for same

period of preceding

year.

Duties

C.

8,370,000

1,087,433.09

$

c.

821,906.86

$

C.

10,114,997.09

$

C.

8,002,973.87

Port and Harbour Dues....

600,000

40,098.55

40,092.81

505,625.95 490,397.43

Licences

and Internal

Revenue not otherwise

specified

14,958,151

1,399,283.90

1,227,200.36 15,493,982.59 14,196,693.06

Fees of Court or Office,

Payments for specific

purposes, and Reim- bursements in Aid.......

2,896,970

226,061.13 201,148.34 2,845,325.41 2,487,511.04

Post Office

2,927,000

303,949.95 224,510.19 2,843,629.42 2,665,537.49

Kowloon-Canton Railway...

1,784,000

80,311.64

79,932.16

819,220.91 1,743,027.34

Rent of Government Pro-

perty, Land and Houses...

1,834,000

169,555.72 149,293.91 1,784,916.89 1,625,840.37

Interest

110,000 Dr. 665.67 Dr. 412.10

89,094.78

101,679.12

Miscellaneous Receipts....

1,027,500

93.713.92

69,046.86

1,655,095.62 1,039,056.50

Total (exclusive of Land

Sales)

34,507,621 3,399.742.23 2,812,719.39 36,151,888.66❘ 32,352,716.22

Land Sales (Premia on New

Leases)

750,000

73,487.25

97,241.10*2,096,568.50 1,183,624.34

TOTAL......

35,257,621 3,473,229.48 2,909,960.49 38,248,457.16 | 33,536,340.56

*Includes $839,704.12 transferred from Government House and City Development Fund.

14th February, 1940.

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DITURE FOR THE PERIOD ENDED 30th NOVEMBER, 1939.

Heads of Expenditure.

Estimates

1939.

Expenditure from 1st to 30th November,

Expenditure for same period of preceding

1939.

year.

TREASURY.

189

Actual Expenditure

to 30th November, 1939.

Expenditure

for same period of preceding

year.

$

C.

$

C.

$

C.

C.

H. E. the Governor

174,801

13,340.65

13,434.60

157,037.94

160,601.08

Colonial Secretary's Office

and Legislature

557,221

40,894.92

28,039.17

441,773.59

264,997.23

Audit Department

122,868

9,138 95

10,189.03

103,398.62

109,465.53

Botanical and

Forestry

Department

151,953

12,409.42

10.218.74

128,619.80

125,073.92

Charitable Services

458,264

33,669.41

36,415.88

1,027,565.20

413,433.92

Defence:

(a) Hong Kong Volunteer

Defence Corps ...

177,491

50,835.88

19,460.23

422,687.63

157,039.97

(b) Hong Kong Naval

Volunteer Force...

58,575

39,903.18

3,483.81

136,827.11

35,115.12

(e) Air Raid

Precau-

tions

338,065

27,823.69

3,244.68

676,956.55

27,087.88

(d) Military

Contribu-

tion

7,097,898

500,000.00

435,482.58

5,551,926.07

5,445,241.23

District Office, North

78,948

6,405.90

5,783.23

70,431.60

62,483.51

Do., South

48,474

3,819.06

6.142.77

40,258.73

64,666.18

Education Department

2,336,865

158,052.54

162,826.17

1,964,300.80

1,961,510.90

Fire Brigade...

324,307

30,670.35

92,700.71

281,460.00

364,380.49

Harbour Department &

Air Services :-

(a) Harbour Department

1,324,320

79,411.72

104,821.11

1,059,817.21

1,070,162.87

(b) Air Services

101,357

5,892.13

18,194.48

92,977.22

90,294.01

Imports and Exports

Office

477.986

36,426.24

36,231.24

443,864.57

423,087.09

Kowloon-Canton Railway..

952,103

54,290.32

74.417.44

663,863.73

1,086,317.39

Legal Departments

482.855

39,996.59

45.404.39

445,819.40

455,332.48

Magistracy, Hong Kong ..

74,739

6,331.51

10,298.77

68,006.69

103,788.37

Do., Kowloon

55,704

4,987.56

5,150.74

54,803.35

63,283.06

Medical Department

2,516,267

180,919.69

171,803.68

2,206,201.22

2,173,865.78

Miscellaneous Services

Pensions

Police Force....

3,441,851

1,623,393 2,970,000 175,417.58 301,063.26

91,514.86

90,581.61

1.459,572.74

1,724,261.51

181,013.58

2,508,427.65

2,497,926.67

272.990.48

3,254,333.01

2,967,398.40

Post Office, Wireless &

Broadcasting:-

(a) Post Office ...

951,030

(b) Wireless...

412,651

55,838.15 30,185.92

63,449.99

801,339.91 293.063.17

769,548.97

Radio Traffic Office...

7,175.29

Wireless

15,621.47

73,002.29 177,025.10

(e) Broadcasting

84,952

4,171.06

Prison Department

921,140

73,560.68

77,018.76

70,238.39 822,919.61

826.214.41

Public Debt

1,332,031

1,332,031.00

1,351,631.00

Public Works Department

& Water Works

(a) Public Works

Department

1,912,677

(b) Water Works

288,393

152,620.90 23,162.77

185,861,73

1,691,369.47 269,653.30

1,997.527.85

Public Works Recur-

rent:

(a) General

1,300,600

84,727.78 133,731.01

1,050,462.52

1,508,363.19

(b) Water Works

967,907

34,657.28

801,946.62

Royal Observatory

91.440

9.843.77

8,068.23

100,491.26

85.432.31

Sanitary Department

1,148,034

120,884.46

87,027.04

1,072,065 96

955,714,37

Secretariat for Chinese

Affairs

Stores Department

Treasury, etc.

125,653 312,241 263,934

13,390.57

14,392.74

143,433.58

125,734.94

90,016.20 20,080.48

775,197.92

26.415.35

226,144.89

286,354.68

Public Works

36,068,988 2,616,655.43 2,457,090.73 32,706,338.03 30,003,363.70

Extraordinary

ΤΟΤΑΙ..

1,688,235

$ 37,757,223

196,962.37

2.813.623.80

117,879.57 1,159,078.58 1,189,813.39

2,574,970.30 | 33,865,416.61 31,193,177.09

T. BLACK, Accountant-General.

190

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 16, 1940.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

No. 192.--Extract of Meteorological Observations made at the Royal Observatory, Hong Kong, during the month of January, 1940.

DATE.

BAROMETER

AT M.S.L.

TEMPERATURE.

HUMIDITY.

Max.

Mean. Min.

Rel.

Abs.

CLOUDINESS.

SUNSHINE.

WIND.

RAIN,

Meau

Mean

Dir.

Vel.

Mile

January.

ins.

p. e.

ins.

p. c.

hrs.

ins.

Points.

p.h.

30.30

69.1 60.0

55.0

68.8 .27

61.2

53-7

3.

.23

68.3

60.6

54.9

48

.16

72.4

63.8

56.0 47

5,..

.07

74.1

66.7

62.9

6..

.03

74.0

65.9

60.8

74

+ 9 + 6 + 8

60

0.30

9.9

E by N

5.5

49

.25

2

9.8

NNE

3.3

.25

I

9.8

E by N

7-5

.27

65

5.2

E by S

5.1

69

45

45

7.3

NW by W

2.6

•46

13

9.7

W

3.5

7,.

.03

77.2

66.1

59.0

68

.42

I

9.6

E by S

4.7

8,.

.02

72.1

65.4

6c. I

69

.43

32

8.6

...

E by S

6.4

.09 69.8

9,.

65.3

62.1

73

.46

16

9.2

...

E by S

11.3

.22

68.0

10,.

63.2

61.0

82

.48

54

8.1

E

19.9

[1,

.19

66.2

62.1

59.9 77

•43

.06

12,

69.2

63.0

61.1

82

.47

58

80

2.3

E

14.7

59

4.0

...

E by S

7.7

.02

[3,.

72.9

64.9

60.0

83

•51

12

9.0

W

1.9

.01

14,

67.2

63.1

60.3

86

.50

34

6.7

E

10.9,

15,.

29 94

67.9

63.5

61.4

87

51

71

8.1

0.020

E

10.8

16,.

.96

72.1

64.5

59.8

80

.49

51

6.8

NW

4.4

17,.

30.12

66.0

60.9 56.1

71

.38

E

37

9.0

10.4

18,.

15

66.0

60.7 58.6

70

.37

E

73

5.9

9.9

19,.

.15

65.2

60.9

59.3

75

.40

83

3.0

E

13.6

20,

.I I

65.0

61.9

59.0

79

·43

85

4.9

E by N

17.0

21,.

.08

65.1

62.4

60.2

85

•48

E

95

0.9

14.5

22,

.18 60.7

54.3 47-7

74

.32

100

0.1

NE by N

7.1

23,

.31

51.8

48.5 45.0 59

.20

99

N by E

6.4

24,

-33

56.5

50.0 43.2 56

.20

92

2.5

N by E4.1.

25,

.28

59.2

54.2 48.1 55

.23

77

5.0

E by N

8.2

26,

.27 61.7

56.7

53.9

61

.28

82

E

6.9

13.2

27,.

.25

60.1

56.7

54.9

69

.32

67

6.5

E

17.6

28,

.15 63.5

58.7 55.3 77

·38

84

2.8

E

16.6

29,.

.15

71.8

62.5 58.4 77

E

.43

42

7.4

7.0

30,

.12

70.1

62.1

59.2

76

.42

57

6.1

E by S

5.4

31,

.11 65.8

E

61.0

56.7

8!

43

40

8.1

13.0

Mean,

30.14

67.0 61.0

56.9 71

0.39

53

193.2

0.020

E

9.2

MEANS AND EXTREMES FOR JANUARY :-

Maximum,.

69 0 64.9 30.27

62.2

Normals,

64.4 30.17

                59.7 56.0 75 Minimum,... 30.05

59 1

540

498

51

84

0.21

0.52 91 241.9 8.430 0.39 65 144.9 1.25! E by N

30 39.4

12.3

9.2

6.0

0.000

The lowest reading of the barometer (M.S.L.) was 29ins. 858 at 15h. 00m. on the 15th.

  The maximum gust velocity as recorded by the Dines-Baxendell anemograph, was at the rate of 46 miles per hour at 21h. 21m. on the 10th.

15th February, 1940.

C. W. JEFFRIES,

Director.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 16, 1940.

No. 193.

Station.

RAINFALL.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

191

JANUARY, 1940.

Height

Total

Total

above

Rainfall,

Rainfall,

m.s.l.

January.

January.

feet.

ins.

ins.

Royal Observatory

103

0.02

0.02

Botanical Gardens..........

312

0.02

0.02

Victoria Peak.............

1,809

0.02

0.02

Mount Kellett (Matilda Hospital)

1,364

0.25

0.25

Pokfulam (Water Works)

580

0.00

0.00

Aberdeen (Regional Seminary)

100

0.00

0.00

Aberdeen (Water Works).

400

0.00

0.00

Wong Nei Chong (Water Works)

780

0.00

0.00

Tytam (Water Works)

510

0.00

0.00

Tytam Tuk (Water Works)..

200

0.03

0.03

Kowloon Reservoir (Water Works)...............

475

0.08

0.08

Shek Li Pui (Water Works)...

650

0.07

0.07

Shing Mun No. 1 (Water Works)

1,050

0.00

0.00

Shing Mun No. 2 (Water Works)

1,100

0.00

0.00

Shing Mun No. 3 (Water Works)

675

0.00

0.00

Shing Mun No. 4 (Water Works)

672

0.00

0.00

Shing Mun No. 5 (Water Works)

822

0.00

0.00

Tai Lam Chung (Water Works) Tai Lam Chung (Loyola)

191

0.00

0.00

41

0.04

0.04

Un Long (Water Works)

Tai Po (Police)

Sai Kung (Police)

Lok Ma Chau (Police)

74

0.02

0.02

91

0.09

0.09

109

0.09

0.09

147

0.10

0.10

Ping Shan (Police)

133

0.01

0.01

Cheung Chau (Police)

GO

0.00

0.00

Fanling (Royal Hong Kong Golf Club).

49

0.07

0.07

15th February, 1940.

C. W. JEFFRIES,

Director.

I

192

LE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 16, 1940.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

No. 194.

Sunrise and Sunset in Hong Kong for March, 1940. (STANDARD TIME OF THE 120TH MERIDIAN, EAST OF GREENWICH.)

DATE.

SUNRISE.

SUNSET.

DATE.

SUNRISE.

SUNSET.

h. m.

h. m.

h. m.

h. m.

March

1... 2

6.45 a.m.

6.44

""

6.27 p.m. 6.27

March

17...... 6.31 a.m. 18...... 6.30

6.33 p.m.

6.33

""

""

""

3.....

6.43

6.28

19.

6.29

6.34

"}

""

""

""

""

4..

6.42

6.28

20....

6.28

6.34

""

""

">

""

"

""

5.... 6.41

6.28

21.

6.27

6.35

""

""

""

""

"

6...... 6.40

6.29

22.

6.26

6.36

""

""

""

7.... 6.39

6.29

23.

6.25

6.36

""

""

""

8.....

6.39

6.30

24..

6.24

6.36

""

""

"

9.

6.38

6.30

25..

6.23

6.36

""

""

""

10.

6.37

6.31

26..

6.22

6.37

""

""

11....

6.36

6.32

27....

6.21

6.37

2

""

""

12.

6.35

6.32

28.

6.20

6.37

""

19

""

13.

6.34

6.32

29..

6.19

6.37

2

""

""

""

14.

6.34

6.32

30..

6.18

6.38

29

""

""

99

15...

6.33

6.33

31...

6.17

6.38

""

སྒྱུ

""

""

""

16..

6.32

6.33

""

"

""

16th February, 1940.

No. 195.

DATE.

C. W. JEFFRIES,

Director.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY, HONG KONG.

Errors of Time-signals, January, 1940.

ERROR.

DATE.

ERROR.

second.

1234LO CO← ∞

- 0.03

17

second.

- 0.08

- 0.07

18

- 0.03

-0.06

19

+ 0.02

- 0.03

20

0.03

5

0.02

21

- 0.02

6

- 0.03

22

- 0.11

7

0.02

23.

- 0.10

8.....

-

0.12

24

www.

- 0.09

9...

-

- 0.14

25

10...

- 0.14

26

11

- 0.13

27

12

- 0.18

28

13

- 0.17

29...

14..

- 0.05

30....

15... 16...

- 0.01

31

- 0.09 - 0.09

0.08 - 0.08 - 0.13

- 0.15

- 0.13

- 0.10

12th February, 1940.

+ = Late

Early.

C. W. JEFFRIES,

Director.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 16, 1940.

THE MAGISTRACY.

193

  No. 196.-By Command of His Excellency the Governor, and pursuant to Section 10 of the Liquors Ordinance of 1931, an Election by the Justices of the Peace of a Justice of the Peace to serve on the Licensing Board for three years, vice Mr. CYRIL CHAMPKIN, J.P., will take place in the Council Chamber of the Urban Council on Friday, the 15th day of March, 1940, commencing at 4 o'clock in the afternoon.

   The election will be conducted in accordance with the Rules set forth in Government Notification No. 415 of Government Gazette No. 27 of 16th June, 1933.

Forms of nomination may be obtained at the Magistracy, Victoria, Hong Kong.

  Every nomination must be delivered to the undersigned not less than six clear days before the day fixed for the election.

The only persons entitled to vote at the election are the unofficial Justices of the Peace.

  Voting will commence at 4 p.m. and continue until 6 p.m. when the ballot-box will be closed.

15th February, 1940.

H. G. SHELDON,

First Police Magistrate.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

  No. 197-It is hereby notified, in terms of the Crown Rents (Apportionment) Ordinance, 1936, that on the 5th day of February, 1940, the Crown Rent of Kowloon Inland Lot No. 2402 was determined by me as follows: -

Crown Rent per annum.

Remaining Portion Section A.

...

12th February, 1940.

$122 24

T. S. WHYTE-SMITH,

Land Officer.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

  No. 198. It is hereby notified, in terms of the Crown Rents (Apportionment) Ordinance, 1936, that on the 5th day of February, 1940, the Crown Rent of Kowloon Inland Lot No. 2408 was determined by me as follows:-

Remaining Portion ... Section A.

...

Crown Rent per annum.

$ 192

18

12th February, 1940.

T. S. WHYTE-SMITH,

Land Officer.

194

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 16, 1940.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

   No. 199.--It is hereby notified, in terms of the Crown Rents (Apportionment) Ordinance, 1936, that on the 5th day of February, 1940, the Crown Rent of Inland Lot No. 19 was determined by me as follows:-

Remaining Portion

Section A.

Section B.

Section C.

Section D.

Section E. ...

:

Crown Rent per annum.

:

$ 76

14

14

14

14

54

12th February, 1940.

T. S. WHYTE-SMITH, Land Officer.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

   No. 200.-It is hereby notified, in terms of the Crown Rents (Apportionment) Ordinance, 1936, that on the 5th day of February, 1940, the Crown Rent of Inland Lot No. 170 was determined by me as follows:-

Remaining Portion

Crown Rent per annum.

Section A.

Section C.

Section D.

Section E.

...

12th February, 1940.

:

:

:

$

8

10

2

8

8

T. S. WHYTE-SMITH,

Land Officer.

No. 201. It is hereby notified, in terms

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

of the Crown Rents (Apportionment) Ordinance, 1936, that on the 5th day of February, 1940, the Crown Rent of Inland Lot No. 1270 was determined by me as follows:--

Remaining Portion

Remaining Portion of Section A.

Subsection 1 of Section A.

Subsection 2 of Section A.

...

Subsection 3 of Section A.

Subsection 4 of Section A.

Crown Rent per annum.

$22

22

10

8

8

8

...

10

8

14

Remaining Portion of Subsection 5 of Section A. Section A of Subsection 5 of Section A.

Section B. ...

12th February, 1940.

T. S. WHYTE-SMITH,

Land Officer.

;

1

i

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 16, 1940.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

195

No. 202.-It is hereby notified, in terms of the Crown Rents (Apportionment) Ordinance, 1936, that on the 5th day of February, 1940, the Crown Rent of Inland Lot No. 1491 was determined by me as follows:--

Remaining Portion

Remaining Portion of Section A.

Remaining Portion of Section B.

Crown Rent per annum.

$ 24

12

10

Section C.

Section D.

Section E.

12

:

:

12

12

Remaining Portion of Section F.

20

Remaining Portion of Subsection 1 of Section F. Remaining Portion of Section G.

16

14

12th February, 1940.

T. S. WHYTE-SMITH, Land Officer.

SUPREME COURT.

No. 203. 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 26th day of February, 1940, at 10.00 o'clock in the forenoon.

L. R. ANDREWES, Registrar.

12th February, 1940.

HARBOUR Department.

No. 204. The following is published for general information:-

The number of Emigrants leaving the Colony for the Straits Settlements

during the month of January, 1940, was 3,382.

12th February, 1940.

G. F. HOLE,

Harbour Master, &c.

196

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 16, 1940.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

   No. 205.-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 16th day of March, 1940, 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. 112 of 1926.

No. 113 of 1926.

Wong Ki and Ip Ping Tsun both of No. 33, Des Voeux Road Central, Victoria in the Colony of Hong Kong.

The Teikoku Artificial Silk Company Limited of Kobe in the Empire of Japan.

16th February, 1940.

3rd February, 1910.

436 of 1939.

3rd February, 1940.

437 of 1939.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

   No. 206. 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

Date of

Classes in

of Marks.

Date of Registration.

Names and Addresses of Owners. Expiration of

Renewal.

which registered.

File Nos.

No. 68 of 1912 3rd February,

1912.

Lincoln, Bennett and Company,

No. 127 of 1926. 6th February,

1926.

Nos. 194 of 1926 and 131 of 1927.

6th February, 1926.

16th February, 1940.

Limited, 1, 2 and 3, Sack- ville Street, Piccadilly, Lon- don, England.

on

Himly Limited carrying

business as Importers and Exporters at No. 22 Con- naught Road Central, Vic- toria in the Colony of Hong Kong.

Yau King Sang of No. 71, Con- naught Road West, Victoria, Hong Kong.

3rd February, 1954.

438

of 1939.

6th February,

1954.

47

439 of 1939.

6th February, 1954.

40

440 of 1939.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

198

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 23, 1940.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

   No. 207. His Majesty the KING has not been advised to exercise his power of disallowance with respect to the following Ordinance :--

Ordinance No. 40 of 1939.-An Ordinance to apply a sum not exceeding

Forty-nine million seven hundred and six thous- and seven hundred and eighty-seven Dollars to the Public Service of the financial year beginning on the 1st January, 1940, and ending on the 31st March, 1941, and also to apply an additional sum not exceeding Five hundred and fifty-nine thousand one hundred Dollars to the Waterworks Renewals and Improvements Fund for the service of that Fund in the said financial year.

C. BRAMALL BURGESS,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

23rd February, 1940.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 208. With reference to Government Notification No. 582 dated 17th July, 1939, His Majesty the King has been pleased to approve the appointment of the Honourable Mr. ALEXANDER BRUCE PURVES, M.Inst. C.E., to be an Official Member of the Legislative Council, with effect from 7th July, 1939.

19th February, 1940.

No. 209.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under instructions from the Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies, to appoint Miss MARY ANN MUNRO MACKAY to be a Nursing Sister, with effect from 7th February, 1940.

22nd February, 1940.

No. 210.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under instructions from the Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies, to appoint TERENCE KINGSMILL ABBOTT, M.B., B.S. (Sydney), D.P.H. (Lond.), to be a Health Officer, with effect from 13th February, 1940.

22nd February, 1940.

No. 211.--His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to make the following appointments under regulation 5 (1) of the Colonial Defence Regulations :--

To be Acting Cable Censor-LAURENCE LANGley Mills.

To be Acting Assistant Cable Censor-ERNEST HUMPHREYS.

23rd February, 1940.

No. 212.-His Excellency the Governor has approved the relinquishment by Lieutenant-Commander RONALD JAMES DOUGLAS CLERK GRIEVE of his Commission in the Hong Kong Naval Volunteer Force, as from 28th October, 1939.

21st February, 1940.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 23, 1940. 199

No. 213.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under the provisions of Statute 7 of the Second Schedule of the University Ordinance, 1911, Ordinance No. 10 of 1911, to nominate the following as Members of the Court of the University of Hong Kong for a further period of three years, with effect from 17th and 20th February, 1940, respectively:-

Mr FUNG KONG-UN.

21st February, 1940.

Mr. KAN TONG-PO.

No. 214.-The King's Exequatur empowering Monsieur Louis OSMOND FERDINAND REYNAUD to act as French Consul-General at Hong Kong has received His Majesty's signature.

20th February, 1940.

No. 215.-The King's Exequatur empowering Mr. HARRY A. KELLER to act as Honorary Consul for Switzerland at Hong Kong has received His Majesty's signature.

21st February, 1940.

   No. 216.-The King's Exequatur empowering Mr. KATSUO OKAZAKI to act as Consul General of Japan at Hong Kong has received His Majesty's signature.

21st February, 1940.

   No. 217. It is hereby notified that information has been received from the Secre- tary of State that the jurisdiction of Don GONZALO SEBASTIAN DE ERICE Y O'SHEA, Spanish Consul at Bombay, has been extended so as to include Hong Kong.

21st February, 1940.

NOTICES.

No. 218.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

IN THE MATTER OF THE ALIEN ENEMIES (WINDING- UP) ORDINANCE, No. 28 of 1914.

By order of His Excellency the Governor dated the 17th day of February, 1940, Mr. ARCHIBALD RITCHIE of Messrs. Lowe, Bingham & Matthews was appointed liquidator of the affairs of Mr. Carl Gerhard Melchers formerly of Messrs. Melchers & Co., Hong Kong.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

22nd February, 1940.

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No. 219.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

With reference to Government Notification No. 119 of 1913 publishing the Official Secrets Act, 1911, and Govern- ment Notification No. 550 of 1921 publishing the Official Secrets Act, 1920, the following Act, which also applies to the Colony of Hong Kong, is published for general infor- mation.

23rd February, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

The Official Secrets Act, 1939

[2 & 3 GEO. 6, CH. 121].

An Act to amend section six of the Official Secrets Act,

1920.

[23rd November, 1939.]

Be it enacted by the King's Most Excellency Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:-

1. For section six of the Official Secrets Act, 1920, Amendment there shall be substituted the following section:-

6.--(1) Where a chief officer of police is satisfied that there is reasonable ground for suspecting that an offence under section one of the principal Act has been committed and for believing that any person is able to furnish informa- tion as to the offence or suspected offence, he may apply to a Secretary of State for permission to exercise the powers con- ferred by this subsection and, if such permission is granted, he may authorize a superintendent of police, or any police officer not below the rank of inspector, to require the person believed to be able to furnish information to give any information in his power relating to the offence or suspected offence, and, if so required and on tender of his reasonable expenses, to attend at such reasonable time and place as may be specified by the superintendent or other officer; and if a person required in pursuance of such an authorization to give information, or to attend as aforesaid, fails to comply with any such requirement or knowingly gives false informa- tion, he shall be guilty of a misdemeanour.

(2) Where a chief officer of police has reasonable grounds to believe that the case is one of great emergency and that in the interest of the State immediate action is necessary, he may exercise the powers conferred by the last foregoing subsection without applying for or being granted the permission of a Secretary of State, but if he does so shall forthwith report the circumstances to the Secretary of State.

of 10 & 11 Geo. 5, c. 75, s. 6.

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(3) References in this section to a chief officer of police shall be construed as including references to any other officer of police expressly authorized by a chief officer of police to act on his behalf for the purposes of this section when by reason of illness, absence, or other cause he is unable to do

So.

,,

201

2.-(1) This Act may be cited as the Official Secrets Short title, Act, 1939, and this Act and the Official Secrets Acts, 1911 and 1920, shall be construed as one, and may be cited together as the Official Secrets Acts, 1911 to 1939.

(2) It is hereby declared that this Act extends to Northern Ireland; and, in the application thereof to Northern Ireland, this Act shall have effect subject to the following modifications, that is to say, for references to a chief officer of police there shall be substituted references to a district. inspector, for references to a Secretary of State there shall be substituted references to the Minister of Home Affairs, and for the reference to the rank of inspector there shall be substituted a reference to the rank of head constable.

construc- tion, cita- tion, and application to Northern

Ireland.

No 220.

COMPULSORY SERVICE ORDINANCE, 1939,

ORDINANCE NO. 32 of 1939.

The following persons, of ages from 41 to 54 years inclusive, shall, as from the date of publication of this list, be deemed to have been enrolled in, and to belong to, the Hong Kong Defence Reserve :---

Angwin, John

B.

Barrett, Harold

B.

Bradley, Frederick William

B.

B.

Bruce, William

B.

Buller, William John

Hodges, Alfred Walter Kessick, David

Mansell, Bertram Augustus Newton, Isaac

Pearse, Harold Victor

Thomson, Archibald McArthur

Dated the 21st day of February, 1940.

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

B. Key-Posts Group.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 23, 1940.

(3) References in this section to a chief officer of police shall be construed as including references to any other officer of police expressly authorized by a chief officer of police to act on his behalf for the purposes of this section when by reason of illness, absence, or other cause he is unable to do

So.

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201

2.-(1) This Act may be cited as the Official Secrets Short title, Act, 1939, and this Act and the Official Secrets Acts, 1911 and 1920, shall be construed as one, and may be cited together as the Official Secrets Acts, 1911 to 1939.

(2) It is hereby declared that this Act extends to Northern Ireland; and, in the application thereof to Northern Ireland, this Act shall have effect subject to the following modifications, that is to say, for references to a chief officer of police there shall be substituted references to a district. inspector, for references to a Secretary of State there shall be substituted references to the Minister of Home Affairs, and for the reference to the rank of inspector there shall be substituted a reference to the rank of head constable.

construc- tion, cita- tion, and application to Northern

Ireland.

No 220.

COMPULSORY SERVICE ORDINANCE, 1939,

ORDINANCE NO. 32 of 1939.

The following persons, of ages from 41 to 54 years inclusive, shall, as from the date of publication of this list, be deemed to have been enrolled in, and to belong to, the Hong Kong Defence Reserve :---

Angwin, John

B.

Barrett, Harold

B.

Bradley, Frederick William

B.

B.

Bruce, William

B.

Buller, William John

Hodges, Alfred Walter Kessick, David

Mansell, Bertram Augustus Newton, Isaac

Pearse, Harold Victor

Thomson, Archibald McArthur

Dated the 21st day of February, 1940.

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

B. Key-Posts Group.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

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No. 221.

COMPULSORY SERVICE ORDINANCE, 1939,

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939.

The following persons, of ages from 18 to 40 years inclusive, shall, as from the date of publication of this list, be deemed to have been enrolled in, and to belong to, the Hong Kong Defence Reserve :-

Cairns, Donald Gordon

B.

B.

Chater, Edward Arthur

A.

Davis, Sydney George

B.

Gellatly, James

Guest, Albert Edward Peveril

B.

Hawkins, Brian Charles Keith

B.

B.

Jolly, James

C.

Lang, John Charles

A.

Low, William Cecil

Macleod, Nicol Campbell

McGowan, John Ferguson

Smith, William Sweet

Whitefield, John Paterson

Woodman, Raymond Henry

Dated the 21st day of February, 1940.

B.

B.

B.

B.

B.

N. L. SMITH,

No. 222.

Colonial Secretary.

A. Combatant Group.

=

B.Key-Posts Group.

C. General Group for Essential Services.

=

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

It is hereby notified that JULIUS RING has been re- assigned from the General Group for Essential Services to the Combatant Group in the Hong Kong Defence Reserve under the provisions of the Compulsory Service Ordinance, 1939.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

21st February, 1940.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 23, 1940.

No. 223.

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939. (COMPULSORY SERVICE).

His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, pursuant to Section 11 (7) of the Compulsory Service Ordinance, 1939, to permit FRANCIS BATHIE WINTER to quit the Hong Kong Defence Reserve, with effect from 15th February, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

22nd February, 1940.

203

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEpartment.

No. 224.-Notice is hereby given of the intention to make an Order on the expiration of six months from the date hereof directing the removal of all graves in that portion of Section A in New Kowloon Cemetery No. 4 (Sai Yu Shek Cemetery) in which bodies were buried during the years 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932 and 1933, and in those portions of Sections B and C in which bodies were buried during the years 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931 and 1932. 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.

23rd February, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

之佈布

布政司史

憲示第二百二十四號

一千九百四十年二月廿三號示

之用合行布告俾眾週知此佈 便經營該地段作爲埋葬華人屍骸 地图所葬各該地之屍骸遷去以 及一千九百卅二年在B字及C字 一千九百三十年一千九百卅一年 一千九百廿八年一千九百廿九年 千九百三十三年在A字地並於 三十一年一千九百三十二年及一 十九年一千九百三十年一千九百 (卽晒魚石墳場)内於一千九百二 之後諭令將新九龍墳場 第四號 佈告事茲擬由本日起六閲月期滿

字 年 年於

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Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

   No. 225.-Notice is hereby given of the intention to make an Order on the expiration of six months from the date hereof directing the removal of all graves in Section A in New Stanley Cemetery in which bodies were buried during and prior to the year 1933. 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.

N. L. SMITH,

23rd February, 1940.

一千九百四十年二月廿三號示

憲示第二百二十五號

布政司史

佈告事茲擬由本日起六閱月期滿

將新赤柱墳場內於一千

九百三十三年及以前所葬之屍骸

遷去以便經營該地民作爲埋葬華

人屍骸之用合行布告俾衆週知此

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

No. 226.--Notice is

hereby

given

                   of the intention to make an Order on the expiration of six months from the date hereof directing the removal of all graves in that

portion of Section A in New Kowloon Cemetery No. 3 (Cheung Sha Wan Cemetery) in which bodies were buried during the year 1933. 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.

23rd February, 1940.

憲示第二百二十六號

布政司史

佈告事茲擬由本日起六閲月期滿

+

去以便經營該地段作爲埋葬華人

十三年在A字地民所葬之屍骸遷

(卽長沙環墳塲)内於一千九百三

之後諭令將 新九龍墳場 第三號

屍骸之用合行布告俾衆週知此佈

一千九百四十年二月廿三號示

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COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

  No. 227.- Notice is hereby given of the intention to make an Order on the expira- tion of six months from the date hereof directing the removal of all graves in that portion of Section A in Chai Wan 'emetery in which bodies were buried during the year 1933, in those portions of Sections B and C in which bodies were buried during the year 1932, and in that portion of Tung Wah Hospital Extension in which bodies were buried during the year 1933. 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.

N. L. SMITH,

23rd February, 1940.

Colonial Secretary.

憲示第二百二十七號

布政司史

所葬各該地段之屍骸遷去以便經

千九百三十三年在東華醫院地 三十二年在B字及C字地及一 百三十三年在A字地與一千九百 之後諭令將柴灣墳場内於一千九 佈告事茲擬由本日起六閲月期滿

營該地段作爲埋葬華人屍骸之用

合行布告俾衆週知此佈

一千九百四十年二月廿三號示

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 228.-Notice is hereby given of the intention to make an Order on the expira- tion of six months from the date hereof directing the removal of all graves in those portions of Section A and Trenches in Kai Lung Wan East Cemetery in which bodies were buried during the year 1933, in that portion of Section C in which bodies were buried during the year 1932, and in that portion of Chiu Chow Section in which bodies were buried during the year 1931. 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.

23rd February, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

憲示第二百二十八號

布政司史

該地段作爲埋葬華人屍骸之

民所葬各該地民之屍骸遷去以便

段及一千九百三十一年在潮州地

地段一千九百三十二年在C字地

一千九百三十三年在義地及A字 之後諭令將鷄籠環東便墳場内於

佈告事茲擬由本日起六閱月期滿

用合行布告俾週知此佈

一千九百四十年二月廿三號示

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COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

                                                       the No. 229.-Notice is hereby given of the intention to make an Order on expiration of six months from the date hereof directing the removal of all graves in those portions of Sections B and C in Kowloon Cemetery No. 2 (Ho Man Tin Cemetery) in which bodies were buried during the year 1931, and in Section A and Trenches in which bodies were buried during the year 1933. 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.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

23rd February, 1940.

憲示第二百二十九號

布政司史

何文田墳場)内於一千九百卅一

之後諭令將九龍墳場第二號(即

佈告事茲擬由本日起六閱月期滿

三十三年在 A字地段及義地所葬

年在B字及C字地段及一千九百

各該地段之屍骸遷去以便經營該

地缐作爲埋葬華人屍骸之用合行

布告俾衆週知此佈

一千九百四十年二月廿三號示

-

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

No. 230.-Notice is

hereby

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

given of the intention to make an Order on the

expiration of six months from the date hereof directing the removal of all graves in

Section A in Shum Wan Cemetery, Aberdeen, in which bodies were buried during the

years 1926 and 1927. 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.

23rd February, 1940.

憲示第二百三十號

布政司史

地段作爲埋葬華人屍骸之用合行

七年所葬之屍骸遷去以便經營該

一千九百二十六年及一千九百

之後諭令將香港仔深灣墳場內於

佈告事茲擬由本日起六閲月期滿

布告俾衆週知此

一千九百四十年二月廿三號示

Colonial Secretary.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 23, 1940.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

207

No. 231.-Notice is hereby given of the intention to make an Order on the expiration of six months from the date hereof directing the removal of all graves in the Tung Wah Hospital Cemetery at Kai Lung Wan in which bodies were buried during the year 1933. 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.

N. L. SMITH,

23rd February, 1940.

憲示第二百三十一號

布政司史

布告事茲擬由本日起六閲月期滿

之後諭令將鷄籠環東華醫院墳塲

内於一千九百三十三年所葬之屍

骸遷去以便經營該地段作爲埋葬

此佈

華人屍骸之用合行布告俾衆週知

一千九百四十年二月廿三號示

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

No. 232.--Notice is

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

             hereby given of the intention to make an Order on the expiration of six months from the date hereof directing the removal of all graves in those portions of Sections B and C in Mount Caroline Cemetery in which bodies were buried during the year 1932, and in that portion of Section A in which bodies were buried during the year 1933. 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.

23rd February, 1940.

憲示第二百三十二號

布政司史

營該地段作爲埋葬華人屍骸之用

所葬各該地段之屍骸遷去以便經

及一千九百三十三年在A字地图

九百三十二年在B字及C字地图

之後諭令將咖啡園墳場内於一千 佈告事茲擬由本日起六閱月期滿

合行布告俾衆週知此佈

一千九百四十年二月廿三號示

208

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COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 233.-The following Order is published for general information:-

In accordance with the provisions of section 4 of the Unclaimed Balances Ordinance, 1929, His Excellency the Governor hereby directs that the sum of money, particulars of which appear hereunder, shall be transferred to the general revenue of the Colony. This transfer is subject to the provisions contained in the said Ordinance as to refunds.

PARTICULARS ABOVE REFERRED TO.

Date of Deposit.

Name of Person entitled.

Particulars.

Amount.

15. 2.34

Estate of Tsui Kwong.

1. 2.34

Estate of Chan Tsing.

Balance of salary due to

the estate of deceased.

Balance of salary due to the late Seaman W117. Chan Tsing.

$19.00

.78

5.11.34

Estate of the late L.S. A208 Messing account of

L. V. Baker.

deceased.

20th February, 1940.

No. 234.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

The following additions to the Register of Medical Practitioners entitled to practise Medicine in this Colony, published in Government Notification No. 362 of the 5th May, 1939, pursuant to the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1935, are published for general information :-

PERSONS QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

NATURE OF QUALIFICATION.

DATE OF QUALIFICATION.

Lee Hah Liong.

China

Bachelor of Medicine and 15th December.

Building.

Bachelor of Surgery of

1932.

李學良

the University of Hong!

Kong.

Diploma in Child Health

30th April,

(England).

1936.

Chui Yuen Hoi.

C/o. Dr.

Choung Siu

崔元愷

Cheong, 35,

Jordan Road,

2nd floor.

21st February, 1940.

Member of the Royal January, 1937.

College of Physicians

of Edinburgh.

Member of the Royal January, 1938.

College of Physicians

of London.

Igakushi of the Kyushu 1st December,

Imperial University of

Japan.

1919.

P. S. SELWYN-CLARKE,

Director of Medical Services.

??

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OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

209

No. 235.-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 day of March, 1940, unless the prescribed fees for renewal of registration are paid before that date :----

Number of Trade Marks.

No. 126 of 1926.

Nos. 212 to 217 and 219 of 1926.

No. 117 of 1926.

Names and Addresses of Proprietors.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

File

Nos.

19th February, 1940.

443 of 1939.

19th February, 1940.

444 of 1939.

Compagnie Optorg, of Prince's Building, Chater Road, Victoria in the Colony of Hong Kong.

Saccharin-Fabrik Aktiengesellschaft Vorm Fahlberg List & Company of Magde- burg-Sudost in the Republic of Ger-

many.

The R. M. Hollingshead Company, in 20th February, 1940.

City and County of Camden, State of New Jersey, United States of America.

445 of 1939.

23rd February, 1940.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

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EXECUTIVE

COUNCIL.

No. 236.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 1 of 1873 (DANGEROUS GOODS).

In exercise of the powers conferred by section 5 of the Dangerous Goods Ordinance, 1873, the Governor in Council hereby rescinds the List of Dangerous Goods and the regula- tions appearing on pages 13 to 80 of the Regulations of Hong Kong (1937 Edition) and makes the following regulations in substitution therefor :----

PART I-INTERPRETATION.

1. These regulations may be cited as the Dangerous Goods Regulations, 1940.

2. In these regulations, unless the contrary appears-

(1) The Ordinance" means the

           the Dangerous Goods Ordinance, 1873, and includes any Ordinance amending the same or substituted therefor.

(2) Any reference to a category or class relates to the classification at any time and for the time being appearing in any regulation made under the Ordinance declaring goods or substances to be dangerous goods.

(3) Any reference to a weight or measure relates to the standard weights and measures of the Colony, and for the purpose of finding the equivalent in liquid measure of any quantity in weight and the equivalent in weight of any quantity in liquid measure, ten pounds shall be deemed to be equal to one gallon.

(4) "Inflammable Liquid" means any substance which gives off an inflammable vapour and which is included in Category 4 of the list of dangerous goods.

(5) "High flash liquid" means any inflammable liquid which has a flash point of or above 73° Fahrenheit, and not above 150° Fahrenheit

(6) "Low flash liquid" means any inflammable liquid which has a flash point below 73° Fahrenheit.

(7) "Licence" means a licence issued by the Licensing Authority.

(8) "Licensing Authority" means the Commissioner of Police.

(9) "Approved person" means a qualified Analytical Chemist, a Member of the Institution of Petroleum Tech- nologists, or any other person approved by the Governor in Council from time to time.

(10) "Ship" includes any description of vessel used in navigation not propelled by oars, except lighters and junks.

(11) "Vessel" includes any ship or boat or any other description of vessel used in navigation.

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PART II-LIST OF DANGERous goods.

3. It is hereby declared that the substances specified in the List of Dangerous Goods set out hereunder shall be deemed to be dangerous goods within the meaning of the Dangerous Goods Ordinance, 1873-

CATEGORY 1.

AUTHORIZED EXPLOSIVES.

213

CLASS 1.-GUNPOWDER.

The term "gunpowder" means exclusively gunpowder ordinarily so called.

Note.-Gunpowder ordinarily so called means a mixture

of charcoal, sulphur and nitrate of potassium or nitrate of sodium: and whether used for blasting or as a propellant.

CLASS 2.-NITRATE MIXTURE.

"Nitrate mixture" means any preparation, other than gunpowder ordinarily so called, formed by the mechanical mixture of a nitrate with any form of carbon or with any carbonaceous substance not possessed of explosive properties, whether sulphur be or be not added to such preparation, and whether such preparation be or be not mechanically mixed with any other non-explosive substance.

This class comprises the following explosives :-

Ascot Powder No. 2.

Ascot Powder No. 3.

Bobbinite.

Cardox Composition. Cendite.

Cendite Igniter Composition.

Delay Composition.

Heatox A.

Heatox B.

Heatox C.

Heatox D.

Heatox E.

Improved Bull Dog Gunpow-

der Pellets.

M. Powder.

Nobel's Time Ring Powder

No. I.

Perklorex. Permite.

Pranada.

Q. Powder.

Quarry Westfalite No. 1. Quarry Westfalite No. 2. Rexol.

S. R. 252.

S. R. 261.

S. R. 261 P.

Vickers' Ignition Composi-

tion.

Any explosive containing a perchlorate and not in- cluded in Classes 3, 4.

or 5.

CLASS 3.-NITRO-COMPOUND.

"Nitro-compound" means

       any chemical compound possessed of explosive properties, or capable of combining with metals to form an explosive compound, which is produced by the chemical action of nitric acid (whether mixed or not with sulphuric acid) or of a nitrate mixed with sulphuric acid upon any carbonaceous substance, whether such compound is mechanically mixed with other substances or not.

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:

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Division 1.

This Division comprises the following explosives and any chemical compound or mechanically mixed preparation which consists either wholly or partly of nitro-glycerine or of some other liquid nitro-compound, but does not include nitro- compounds which are liable to liquefaction or exudation.

Afror Tyne Powder. .Amazonite.

Ammodyne.

Antifrost Ammon Gelatine

Dynamite.

Antifrost Ammon Gelignite. Antifrost Blasting Gelatine. Antifrost Celadyne. Antifrost Gelammonite. Antifrost Gelammonite No. 1. Antifrost Gelammonite No. 2. Antifrost Gelatine Dynamite. Antifrost Gelignite. Antifrost Gelignite No. 2. Antifrost Nitrox. Antifrost Nitrox No. 2. Antifrost N. S. Gelatine

Dynamite.

Antifrost N.S. Gelignite. Antifrost N.S. Gelignite No.

2.

Antifrost Penrhyn Powder,

"S".

Antifrost

No. 2.

Antislak.

Antislak P.

Penrhyn Powder

Arctic Dynamite.

Arctic Gelignite. Arctic Gelignite No. 2. Ardeer Ballistite. Ardeer Cordite. Ardeer Gelignite.

Ardeer Gelignite No. 2. Australite.

Austral Viking.

Axite.

Axite No. 2.

A.1. Rounkol.

A.2. Monobe!.

Ballistite.

Bettacol.

Blasting Gelatine.

Blasting Gelatine, Dragon

Brand.

Blasting Matagnite.

Cordite, W.

Curtis's and Harvey's Far-

mers' Dynamite.

Detonita.

Detonita L.F.

Dinamita.

Dunelmite.

Du Pont Blasting Gelatin. Du Pont Dynamite,

strength.

20%

Du Pont Dynamite,

25%

Du

strength.

Pont Dynamite, strength.

30%

Du Pont Dynamite,

40%

strength.

Du Pont Dynamite,

45%

strength.

50%

Du Pont Dynamite,

strength.

Du Pont Dynamite, 60%

strength. Du Pont Dynamite,

strength.

Du Pont Extra C. Du Pont Extra D.

Du Pont Gelatin.

Du Pont Gelatin L.F.

Du Pont Gelignite.

75%

Du Pont Gelignite L..F. Du Pont Permissible No. 1. Dynamit.

Dynamite.

Dynamite No. 1.

Dynamite No. 4.

Dynamite B.

Dynobel No. 2.

Essex Powder.

Eversoft Ammon Gelignite.

Eversoft Ammon Gelignite

No. 2.

Eversoft Blasting Gelatine. Eversoft Driftex "S".

Eversoft Gelamex No. 1.

Eversoft Gelamex No. 2.

Brocalite Dynamite.

Brocalite Gelatine.

Cambrian Powder.

C. and H. Gelignite. Celadvne.

Chilworth Smokeless Powder

No. 2. Colex No. I.

Colex No. 2.

Cordite.

Cordite, M.D.

Eversoft Gelamex No. 3.

Eversoft Gelatine Dynamite.

Eversoft Gelignite.

Eversoft Gelignite No. 2. Eversoft L.D. Extra. Eversoft L.D. Powder. Eversoft N.S. Gelignite. Eversoft N.S. Gelignite No. 2. Eversoft N.S. Gelignite 50%

N.G.

Eversoft Plastex "S".

Eversoft Seamex "S".

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Eversoft Tees Powder "S".

Eversoft Vigorex.

Explosive No. 536.

Explosive No. 549.

Explosive No. 568. Explosive No. 649A. Explosive No. 649B. Farmers' Dynamite No. 1. Farmers' Dynamite No. 2. Forcite No. 1-XX

Gelammonite.

Gelatina Especial.

Gelatine Dynamite.

Gelatine Dynamite, Dragon

Brand.

Gelex A. Geligdynite.

Gelignita, N.G., 34%. Gelignita, N.G., 51%.

Gelignita, N.G., 62%.

Gelignita, N.G., 70%.

Gelignita, N.G., 83%. Gelignita No. 2, N.G., 42%. Gelignite.

Gelignite, Dragon Brand. Gelignite K., 34% N.G. Gelignite No. 2.

Geobel

Geobel No. 2.

Geobel No. 3.

Glasgow Dynamite.

Glycerita.

Improved Ballistite.

L.F. Ammonia Dynamite,

40% strength.

L.F. Gelatine.

L.F. Ammon Gelatine.

L.G. Gelatine.

25% Ligdyn.

Ligdynite.

Lodensab. Lodensite.

Lodensite No. 1. Lodensite No. 2. Matagnite Gelatine. Minex.

Monobel No. 1. Nacota Powder. Nobel Cordite.

Nobel Gelatine.

Nobel Gelignite.

Nobel Superim Powder. Nobel's Explosive No. 417. Nobel's Explosive No. 474. Nobel's Explosive No. 620. Nobel's Explosive No. 666. Nobel's Explosive No. 673. Nobel's Explosive No. 677. Nobel's Explosive No. 684. Nobel's Explosive No. 695. Nobel's Explosive No. 695A. Nobel's Explosive No. 699. Nobel's Explosive No. 728. Nobel's Explosive No. 749. North Pole Ammon Forcite.

North Pole Ammon Forcite

No. 2.

North Pole Gelatine Dyna-

mite.

North Pole Gelignite.

North Pole Nitro Baelenite

No. 3.

N.S. Gelatine Dynamite. N.S. Gelignite.

Oakley Explosive M. 735. Oakley Explosive No. 231. Oakley Explosive No. 1033- Oakley Explosive Q. 735. Oakley Gelignite.

Penrhyn Powder.

Polar Ajax "S".

Polar Ammon Gelatine Dyna-

mite.

Polar Ammon Gelignite. Polar Ammon Gelignite No.

2.

Polar Ammon Gelignite No. 2. Polar Ammon Gelignite No. 3. Polar A.N. Gelignite.

Polar A.N. Gelatine Dyna-

mite.

Polar Blasting Gelatine.

Polar Dynamite.

Polar Dynobel "S".

Polar Dynobel No. 2 "S".

Polar Gelatine.

Polar Gelatine Dynamite.

Polar Gelignite.

Polar Gelignite No. 2.

Polar Geobel.

Polar Geobel No. 2.

Polar Geobel No. 3.

Polar N.S. Gelatine Dyna-

mite.

Polar N.S. Gelignite.

Polar N.S. Gelignite No. 2.

Polar Rex Cliffe "S". Polar Rockite.

Polar Samsonite.

Polar Samsonite No. 2. Polar Samsonite No. 3. Polar Saxonite "S". Polar Saxonite No. 2.

Polar Saxonite No. 3.

Polar Thames Powder "S". Polar Viking "S".

P.R. Gelignite. Quarry Antislak. Quarry Monobel. Quarry Monobel No. 2. Rackorite.

Red Baelenite.

Red Star Blasting Gelatin. Red Star Dynamite, 20%

strength.

Red Star Dynamite, 25%

strength.

Red Star Dynamite, 30%

strength.

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Red Star Dynamite, 40%

strength.

Red Star Dynamite, 45%

strength.

Red Star Dynamite, 50%

strength.

Red Star Dynamite, 60%

strength.

Red Star Dynamite, 75%

strength.

Red Star Gelatin.

Red Star Gelatin L.F.

Red Star Gelignite.

Red Star Gelignite L.F.

Rockite.

Rokrift Powder.

Rounkol.

Rounkol No. 2.

Samsonite. Samsonite No. 3.

Saxonite. Seamex.

Special Ammon Gelignite. Sporting Ballistite. Sprenggelatine. Stonobel.

Super-Ammodyne, Superkol. Super-Ligdynite. Tees Powder.

Tyne Powder.

Victor Powder.

Victor Powder No. 2.

Viking Powder No. 2, Wincoal Extra.

Wincoal Powder.

Samsonita.

Division 2.

This Division comprises the following explosives and any nitro-compound which is not comprised in Division 1.

Alumatol.

Aluminite No. 1.

Aluminite No. 2.

Aluminite No. 3. Amatol.

Amberite No. 2. Ammonal. Ammonal No. 1. Ammonal No. 3. Ammonal No. 5. Ammonal M. Ammonite.

Ammonite No. 1.

Ammonite No. 1. P.

Ammonite No. 2.

Ammonite No. 4.

Ammonite No. 5.

Baelenite.

Barwick Powder.

Baratol.

Bellite No. I. Bellite No. IA.

Bellite No. 2.

Cooppal's Powder No. 2.

Crystal Smokeless Powder. Curtis's and Harvey's Semi- Smokeless Powder No. 2. Cyclotrimethylene Trinitra-

mine.

Denaby Powder. Denaby Powder No. 2. Di-nitro-phenol. Douglas Powder.

Du Pont Powder No. 15. Du Pont Powder No. 16. Du Pont Powder No. 25.

Du Pont Smokeless Shotgun

Powder.

E.C. Sporting Powder.

Emerald Powder.

Empire K.S.G.

Empire Powder. Expedite. Expedite No. 2. Explosive No. 696.

Explosive No. 758.

Black Bellite.

Blastine No. 1.

Favierite.

Favourite Powder.

Blastine No. 2.

Blasting Abelite.

Blasting Ammonite.

Burrowite.

Celmonal.

Celmonite.

Celmonite Ripping.

Clarkite.

Clermonite Powder No. 2.

Cleveland Powder.

Cleveland Quarrex.

Coalmex Powder.

Collodion Cotton.

Cooppal's Excelsior Powder. Cooppal's Powder.

Fordite.

Fortex.

Gathurst Powder.

G.C. Powder.

Gradely Powder.

Granulated Guncotton Pow-

der.

Grisounaphtalite-Couche.

Guncotton.

Haswelite.

Hawkite.

Hawkite No. 1.

Hawkite No. 2 "S".

Hawkite No. 3.

Hertford Powder.

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Kentite.

Kentite No. 2.

Light Load Smokeless.

M.C. Smokeless Powder. Modified E.C. Powder.

Modified Smokeless Diamond.

Mullerite Powder No. 2.

Mullerite Flake Powder.

N.C. (Y.)

Negro Powder No. 2.

Neoflak.

New Fortex.

Nitrated Guncotton.

Nitro-Cotton.

Nitrovene.

Nobel Acurim Neonite.

Nobel Acurim Neonite No. 2.

Nobel Cadet Neonite.

Nobel C.K. Neonite.

Nobel Indorim Neonite.

Nobel Nitro-cellulose Powder.

Nobel Nitro-cellulose Powder

No. 1.

Nobel Rendite.

Nobel Revolver Neonite. Nobel Rifle Neonite.

Nobel Rim Neonite.

Nobel Shotgun Neonite.

Nobel's Explosive No. 275.

Nobel's Explosive No. 610. Nobel's Explosive No. 611. Nobel's Explosive No. 697. Nobel's Explosive No. 704. Nobel's Explosive No. 704A. Nobel's No. 48. Norsabite.

N.S. Smokeless.

Oakley Quarry Powder. Oxite.

Oxite No. I.

Penta-erythritoltetranitrate.

("P.E.T.N.")

Perdite.

Perklorex No. 1.

Perklorex No. 2. Perklorex No. 3.

Picrate of Ammonium.

Picric Acid. Picric Powder.

Premier Powder.

Quarry Dreadnought Powder. Quarry Expedite.

Record Powder.

Remington Smokeless Pow-

der.

Rex Burrowite.

Ripping Ammonite.

Ripping Ammonite No. 1.

Ripping Ammonite No. 2.

Roburite No. 4.

Sabulite B.

Sabulite C.

Sabulite No. 1.

Sabulite No. 1 (Modified).

Sabulite No. 2.

Sabulite No. 3.

Sabulite No. 4.

Schultze Gunpowder.

Smokeless Diamond.

Smokeless Diamond Powder

No. 2.

Stonex.

Super-Abelite.

Superklorex.

Super-Sabulite.

Tetra-nitro-aniline.

Tetra-nitro-methyl-aniline

("Tetryl.")

Thameite No. 1. Thameite No. 2. Thameite No. 3. Thameite No. 4. Tolamex.

Tonite or Cotton Powder No.

I.

Tonite or Cotton Powder No.

2.

Tonite No. 3.

Tri-nitro-toluol ("T.N.T.")

Triumph Smokeless Powder. Tuthilite.

Tuthill Powder No. 1.

Tuthill Powder No. 2.

Walsrode Smokeless Powder. Walsrode Smokeless

"Perfect" Powder.

Westfalite.

Westfalite No. 3.

X.L.-Hawkite "S".

CLASS 4.-CHLORATE MIXTURE.

"Chlorate mixture" means any explosive

means any explosive containing a

chlorate.

Division 1.

This Division comprises any chlorate preparation which consists partly of nitro-glycerine or of some other liquid nitro-compound, but does not include chlorate mixtures which are liable to liquefaction or exudation.

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Division 2.

This Division comprises the following explosives and any chlorate mixture which is not comprised in the first division.

Klorex.

Klorex No. 1.

Klorex No. 2.

Klorex No. 3.

Nobel's Explosive No. 256.

CLASS 5. FULMINATE.

"Fulminate" means any chemical compound or mechan- ical mixture, whether included in the foregoing classes or not, which, from its great susceptibility to detonation, is suitable for employment in percussion caps or any other appliances for developing detonation, or which, from its extreme sensibility to explosion, and from its great instability (that is to say, readiness to undergo decomposition from very slight exciting causes), is especially dangerous.

Division 1.

This Division comprises such compounds as the fulminates of silver and of mercury, and preparations of these substances, such as are used in percussion caps; and any preparation consisting of a mixture of a chlorate with phosphorus, or certain descriptions of phosphorus compounds, with without the addition of carbonaceous matter, and any pre- paration consisting of a mixture of a chlorate with sulphur, or with a sulphuret, with or without carbonaceous matter.

Chloride of Nitrogen.

Diazobenzol.

Fulminating Gold.

Fulminating Silver.

Iodide of Nitrogen.

Division 2.

Lead Azide.

Lead Tri-nitro- Resorcinate. Nitrate of Diazobenzol. Tetrazene.

or

CLASS 6.-AMMUNITION.

'Ammunition" means an explosive of any of the fore- going classes when enclosed in any case or contrivance, or otherwise adapted or prepared so as to form a cartridge or charge for small arms, cannon, or any other weapon, or for blasting, or to form any safety or other fuze for blasting, or for shells, or to form any tube for firing explosives, or to form a percussion cap, a detonator, a fog signal, a shell, a torpedo, a war rocket, or other contrivance other than a firework.

"Percussion cap'' does not include a detonator.

"Detonator" means a capsule or case which is of such strength and construction and contains an explosive of Class 5 in such quantity that the explosion of one capsule or case will communicate the explosion to other like capsules or

cases.

"Safety fuze" means a fuze for blasting which burns and does not explode, and which does not contain its own means of ignition, and which is of such strength and construction and contains an explosive in such quantity that the burning of such fuze will not communicate laterally with other like fuzes.

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"Ajax" Percussion Caps. Antifyre Percussion Caps. Bull's Eye Percussion Caps. Curtis's and Harvey's Safety

Electric Fuzes.

Elev Kynoch No. 1A Percus-

sion Cap.

Eley Kynoch No. 91 Percus-

sion Cap.

Eley's Compound Percussion

Caps.

Eley's E. No. 1 I Percussion

Caps.

Excelsior

Fuzes.

Safety Electric

Hydrox Igniter No. 1 Safety

Electric Fuze.

Kynoch No. 41 Percussion

Cap.

Kynoch No. 70 Percussion

Cap.

Kynoch No. 81 Percussion

Cap.

Kynoch Railcar Fog Signals. Kynoch's Safety Electric

Fuzes.

Nicorro Percussion Caps.

Nobel's Safety Electric Fuzes. Nobel's Electric Delay Action

Fuzes.

Norres Patent Fuze Lighters. Orion Patent Safety Electric

Fuzes.

Percussion Caps. Railway Fog Signals. Safety Cartridges. Safety Cartridge

Cases

(Empty) Capped. Safety Electric Primers. Safety Firing Tubes, No. 1. Safety Fuze.

Safety Fuze Lighters. Safety Instantaneous Fuze. Schermer Cattle Killer Cart-

ridges.

Special Safety Fuze. Thermal Gas Closing Cart-

ridges.

Tyre Sound Signals. Venus Patent Safety Vulcanf Electric Fuzes. Vickers' Percussion Caps. Vulcan Patent Electric Delay

Action Fuzes.

Division 2.

This Division comprises the following explosives and any ammunition which does not contain its own means of ignition, and is not included in Division 1.

Bickford's

Firers.

Cartridges

Patent

Volley

for Cannon,

Shells, Mines, Depth Charges,

Torpedoes,

Blasting or other like

purposes.

Cartridges for Small Arms.

Cordeau Bickford.

Cordtex.

Detonating Fuze.

Electric Fuzes.

Electric Primers.

Exploders for Shells, Bombs,

Mines, Depth Charges and Torpedoes. Exploders for Picric Acid

Shells.

Filled Bombs and Grenades. Filled Gaines.

Filled Bombs, Depth Charges,

Mines and Torpedoes.

Filled Shells.

Fuze Igniters.

Fuze Lighters.

Fuzes for Shells.

Heads for Orion, Sirius and

Venus or Vulcan Patent

Safety Electric Fuzes.

Incendiary Cartridges. Instantaneous Fuze. Miners' Squibs.

No. 2 Smoke Floats. Oven Blowers.

Pain's Instantaneous Pyrote-

chnic Fuzes.

Primed Cambric.

Primed Washers.

Quickmatch.

Tubes for Firing Explosives. War Rockets.

Division 3.

This Division comprises the following explosives and any ammunition which contains its own means of ignition and is not included in Division 1.

Burster for Practice Grenade. Capped (Detonator) Safety

Fuze.

Cartridges for Small Arms. Colliery Safety Lighters. Detonators.

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Detonator Time Fuze.

Electric Boosters.

Electric Detonators.

Exploders for Bombs and for

Mines.

Exploders for Shells.

Filled Bombs and Grenades.

Filled Gaines. Friction Tubes.

Fuzes for Shells.

Gasless Delay Action Detona-

tors.

Hexachlorethane Smoke Cand-

les.

Hydrox Initiator No. 2.

Igniters for Hand Grenades.

Smoke

Lachrymatory Generator No.

I.

Military Detonators.

Nobel Hexachlorethane Smoke

Candles.

Nobel's Electric Delay Action

Detonators.

Percussion Primers.

Ranken Incendiary Bombs. Slow Burning Primers. Smoke Bombs.

Smoke Generators. Smoke Grenades. Smoke Signals. Sub-calibre

ridges.

Cendite

Cart-

Sub-calibre Smoke Bomb

Cartridges.

Tubes for Firing Explosives. Wind Direction Smoke

Igniters for

Nobel

Floats.

Incendiary Bombs.

Insecticide Smoke Candles.

Lachrymatory Generators.

Bombs.

and manu-

CLASS 7.-FIREWORK.

"Firework" includes firework composition and factured fireworks.

Division 1.--Firework Composition.

Division 2.--Manufactured Fireworks.

"Manufactured Firework" means any article consisting of any explosive of the foregoing classes, and any firework composition, when such explosive or composition is enclosed in any case or contrivance, or is otherwise manufactured so as to form a squib, cracker, serpent, rocket (other than a war rocket), maroon, lance, wheel, Chinese fire, Roman candle, or other article specially adapted for the production of pyrotechnic effects or pyrotechnic signals, or sound signals: Provided that a substantially constructed and hermetically closed metal case containing not more than 1 lb. of coloured fire composition of such a nature as not to be liable to spontaneous ignition shall be deemed to be a manufactured firework.

Aluminium Torches.

Aluminium Torches, Standard

Brand.

Amorces.

A.R.P. Practice Incendiary

Bombs.

Belisha Beacons.

Brock's Bengals.

Coloured Fire Torches.

Coloured Smoke Candles.

Comets.

Confetti Bombs.

Crack Shots.

Distress Signal Rockets.

Electric Sparklers.

Explosive Corks.

Explosive Discs.

Flashlight Ignition Caps. Flashlight Ignition Tape. Flash Sound Signals. Giant Disc Amorces.

Gloria Torches.

Incendiary Shell. Incendiary Stars. Joke Bombs.

Joke Cigarettes. Lightning Paper. Magic Pebbles. Magnesium Torches. Matches.

Merry Cups.

Mortar Parachute Signals.

Parachute Cartridges.

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Petards.

Reconnaissance lares. Rifle Signal Grnades.

Snaps for Bon 3on Crackers. Socket Distres Signals. Socket Light signals.

Socket Soun and Smoke

Signals.

Socket Sound Signals.

Sound Signal Rockets.

Spangle Lights. Star Shells.

Steam Generators. Throwdowns.

Tov Balloons. Tracer Bullets.

Tracers.

Tracers (Daylight). Tracer Shells.

Very Signal Cartridges.

and any preparation, adaptation, or substance, whether similar or not to the above mentioned substances, which is used or rianufactured with a view to produce a practical effect by explosion.

CATEGORY 2. COMPRESSED GASES.

CLASS 1-PERMANENT.

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Air.

Argon.

Carbon Monoxide.

Coal gas.

Helium.

Hydrogen.

Methane.

Neon.

Nitrogen.

Oxygen.

CLASS 2.-LIQUEFIED.

Ammonia.

Carbon dioxide.

Chlorine.

Ethylene.

Ethyl chloride.

Hydrocyanic acid.

Methyl chloride.

Nitrous oxide.

Phosgene.

Sulphur dioxide.

Any other liquefied gas not above specified.

Acetylene.

CLASS 3.-Dissolved.

CATEGORY 3.

SUBSTANCES WHICH BECOME DANGEROUS BY INTERACTION

WITH WATER OR AIR.

Aluminium, Granulated or Powder.

Aluminium chloride.

Barium metallic.

Calcium carbide.

Calcium cyanamide.

Calcium metallic.

Calcium phosphide.

Calcium silicide.

Ferro silicon.

Magnesium metal, powder, ingots or sticks.

Phosphorus and Phosphorus Amorphous.

Potassium metallic and Sodium metallic.

Zinc, granulated, powdered or dust.

Any other substance which becomes dangerous by interaction with water or air.

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CATEGORY 4.

SUBSTANCES GIVING OFF INFLAMMABLI VAPOUR.

This category includes the substances spezified in Classes 1 and 2 of this category, and also any substane not specified in this category which, when tested in a manner for the time being prescribed by the Dangerous Goods Ordnance, 1873, or regulations made thereunder, shows a flash point of or below 150° Fahrenheit.

Benzine.

Benzol.

CLASS 1.-FLASH POINT BELOW 73°F.

Benzolene.

Division 1.-Immiscible with water.

Butyl acetate (iso).

Carbon disulphide.

Ether (sulphuric).

Ethyl acetate. Gasolene.

Lythene.

Motor Spirit.

Naphtha.

Nickel carbonyl.

Toluol.

Acetone.

Division 2.- -Miscible with water.

Diacetone alcohol.

Ethyl alcohol (spirits of wine).

Methyl alcohol.

Methylated spirit.

Propyl alcohol.

Pyridine.

CLASS 2.-FLASH POINT OF OR ABOVE 73°F

BUT NOT ABOVE 150°F.

Alcoholic liquids of a strength of or over 70 parts by weight.

Amyl acetate.

Amyl alcohol.

Butyl acetate (normal).

Butyl alcohol.

Coal tar.

Ethyl lactate.

Kerosene.

Paraffin.

Turpentine.

White spirit (turpentine substitute).

CATEGORY 5.

CORROSIVE SUBSTANCES.

Acetic acid.

Ammonium fluoride.

Antimony chloride.

Caustic potash.

Chlorohydric acid.

Chromic acid.

Hydrobromic acid.

Hydrochloric acid.

Hydrofluoric acid.

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Nitric acid (Aqua fortis).

Nitric acid (Impure).

Nitric acid and sulphuric acid mixtures.

Phosphoric acid.

Pyrogallic acid.

Sodium bisulphite solution.

Sodium metabe-sulphite.

Sulphur mono-chloride.

Sulphuric acid (Impure).

Sulphuric acid (Oleum and Nordhausen).

Sulphuric acid (Vitriol).

Sulphurous acid.

Sulphuryl chloride.

Thionyl chloride.

Tin tetrachloride (Anhydrous).

Titanium tetrachloride.

Any other corrosive substance.

CATEGORY 6.

SUBSTANCES WHICH GIVE OFF A POISONOUS Gas or Vapour.

Ammonia (liquid).

Aniline oil.

Bromine.

Carbon tetrachloride.

Chloroform.

Chloropicrin.

Hydrocyanic acid solution.

Leadtetraethyl.

Nitro benzol (mirbane oil).

Potassium cyanides.

Sodium cyanides.

Any other substance which gives off a poisonous gas or

vapour.

CATEGORY 7

STRONG SUPPORTERS OF COMBUSTION.

Ammonium bichromate.

Ammonium nitrate.

Ammonium perchlorate.

Ammonium permanganate.

Any other chlorates or perchlorates.

Barium chlorate.

Barium nitrate.

Barium peroxide.

Bichromates.

Bromates.

Chlorate of potassium.

Hydrogen peroxide.

Nitrates.

Peroxides.

Potassium bichromates.

Potassium bromate.

Potassium nitrate (saltpetre).

Potassium perchlorate.

Sodium chlorate.

Sodium monoxide.

Sodium nitrate (Chile saltpetre).

Sodium peroxide.

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CATEGORY 8.

MISCELLANEOUS MERCHANDISE.

This category includes the substances specified hereunder and also any oil, whether animal, vegetable, or mineral, which is not so specified and which, when tested in a manner for the time being prescribed by the Dangerous Goods Ordinance, 1873, or regulations made thereunder, shows a flash point above 150° Fahrenheit and not above 500° Fahrenheit.

Asphalte, tars and bitumen.

Bamboo fibre and split bamboo.

Bristle fibre.

Bronze powder or aluminium bronze.

Cane fibre and split cane.

Charcoal,

Chemical mixtures and compounds which by combination in storage increase fire risk.

Cocoanut fibre.

Coir.

Compressed gases or vapours, not elsewhere enumerated in this list, in cylinders.

Copra.

Cotton and cotton waste.

Cotton flock.

Esparto grass.

Excelloid scrap or waste.

Feathers.

Felt roofing.

Felt sheathing.

Fibre and junk, not elsewhere enumerated in this list.

Flax and flax waste.

Grasses, dried.

Hair of any kind.

Hemp and hemp waste.

Jute cuttings and jute waste.

Kapok.

Leaves.

Molasses (Meal and meal mixtures and sugar liquor). Napthalene, crude.

Old newspapers and other used or waste paper. Paints or other compositions.

Palm leaves and palm fans.

Paper fibre.

Paramatta grass.

Polishes, French and metal.

Resin.

Rubber, manufactured or scrap.

Saw dust.

Skin waste.

Sulphur.

Tow.

Waxes and fats, whether animal, vegetable or mineral. Wood (fibre, flour, meal and wool).

Yarns.

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PART III.-MARKING LABELS.

4.-(1) The labels specified as appropriate in Column 2 of the Table to this regulation for the respective categories of dangerous goods specified in Column 1 of the said Table are hereby prescribed as the labels to be attached or affixed to dangerous goods of those categories.

(2) Every label shall-

(a) be of the shape and colour,

(b) bear the English words and Chinese characters, and such words and characters shall be of the colour, appropriate to the Category of the dangerous goods to which such label is, or is to be, attached or affixed.

On every label the lettering of the word "DANGER- OUS" and the Chinese characters representing that word shall be not less than one and a half inches in height, and all other words and characters shall be not less than half an inch in height.

(4) The dimensions of every label shall be 4 inches by 4 inches.

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TABLE.

COLUMN 2.-APPROPRIATE LABEL.

COLUMN 1.

CATEGORY No.

Shape of label and arrangement Colour of

of lettering thereon.

label.

Colour of lettering.

1.

2.

(name of substance)

險 DANGEROUS ft

(稱名物)

EXPLOSIVE

品炸爆

(name of substance)

險 DANGEROUS 危

(稱名物該)

COMPRESSED GAS

氣縮壓

White.

Red.

Yellow.

Black.

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TABLE,-(Continued).

COLUMN 1.

COLUMN 2.-APPROPRIATE LABEL.

CATEGORY No.

Shape of label and arrangement Colour of Colour of

of lettering thereon.

label.

lettering.

3.

4.

Class 1.

Class 2.

5.

(name of substance)

險 DANGEROUS 危

(稱名物)

IF NOT KEPT DRY

則乾不濕潮如 險危生發

Highly Inflammable

火着易極

(name of substance)

DANGEROUS f

(稱名物)

FLASH POINT BELOW 78°F.

點火

下以度三十七

表氏華

Inflammable

火易

(Dame of substance)

險 DANGEROUS 危

(稱名物該

FLASH POINT

78°-150°F.

至度三十七點,

度十五百一

表氏華

(name of substance)

險 DANGEROUS 危

(稱名物)

CORROSIVE

性蝕腐有水此

Blue.

Black.

Red.

Black.

Red.

Black.

Green.

Black.

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TABLE,-(Continued).

COLUMN 1.

COLUMN 2.--APPROPRIATE LABEL.

CATEGORY No.

Shape of label and arrangement of lettering thereon.

Colour of label.

Colour of lettering.

6.

7.

(name of substance)

DANGEROUS

(稱名物該)

POISON

質毒

(Dame of substance)

險 DANGEROUS 危

(稱名物該)

HIGHLY COMBUSTIBLE

燒雞易極

Yellow.

Black.

White.

Red.

NOTE -No label is prescribed for Category 8.

PART IV.-EXEMPTIONS.

5.-(1) None of the provisions of the Ordinance (except section 5), and none of these regulations (except this Part) shall apply to-

(a) dangerous goods-

(i) in quantities not exceeding those specified in Column 3 of the Table to this regulation, or

(ii) in quantities exceeding those specified in Column 3 of the said Table but not exceeding those specified in Column 2 of the said Table, if the goods are in the possession of a person duly authorized under the Pharmacy and Poisons Ordinance, 1937, or regulations made thereunder, to have possession of poisons,

(b) safety ammunition and cartridges for small arms in the possession of a person who holds a valid licence issued pursuant to the Arms and Ammunition Ordinance, 1933,

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(c) matches-

(i) in quantities not exceeding 300 pounds in weight and stored on land,

(ii) in quantities exceeding 300 pounds in weight and stored on land if the matches are packed in the manner prescribed by Part VII of these regulations, or

(iii) in any quantity, carried or to be carried as cargo in ships if the matches are packed in the manner prescribed by Part VII of these regulations, or

(d) Chinese firecrackers, if they do not contain a chlorate and are packed in the manner prescribed by Part VII of these regulations for the packing of explosives of Division 2 of Class 7.

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TABLE TO REGULATION 5.

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KIND OF DANGEROUS GOODS.

COLUMN 1.

PERMITTED QUANTITY.

COLUMN 2.

COLUMN 3.

CATEGORY 1.

All the goods in this Category

Nil.

Nil.

CATEGORY 2.

Air

Argon

Carbon monoxide

Coal gas

Helium

Hydrogen

Methane

Neon

Nitrogen

Oxygen

Nil.

Nil.

2x5 cu. ft. 1 x 5 cu. ft.

cylinders.

cylinder.

P Ammonia

Carbon dioxide

Chlorine

Ethylene

Ethyl chloride

P Hydrocyanic acid

Methyl chloride

Nitrous oxide

Phosgene

Nil.

Nil.

2 small cylinders. Nil.

2 small cylinders.

2 x 5 cu. ft. cylinders.

Nil.

Sulphur Dioxide

Acetylene

Nil.

CATEGORY 3.

Aluminium, granulated or powder

20 pounds

1 pound

Aluminium chloride

20

1

Barium metallic

10

Calcium carbide

50

11

P Calcium cyanamide

25

10 pounds

1 pound

Calcium metallic

25

1

Calcium phosphide

25

P Calcium silicide

Ferro silicon

225

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1

1

1

J

Note.-P-Poison

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KIND OF DANGEROUS GOODS.

COLUMN 1.

Magnesium metal, powder, ingots or

PERMITTED QUANTITY.

COLUMN 2.

COLUMN 3.

sticks

20 pounds

1 pound

P Phosphorus

5

Nil

P Phosphorus Amorphous

10

pound

Potassium

metallic and Sodium

metallic

5

Nil

Zine, granulated, powdered or dust.

50

10 pounds

CATEGORY 4.

Benzine

25 gallons

4 gallons

Benzol

25

4

Benzolene

25

4

Gasolene

25

4

Lythene

Motor Spirit

297295

4

""

4

Naphtha

25

4

Toluol

Butyl acetate (iso)

Carbon disulphide

25

4

25

4

10 pounds

2 pounds

P Ether (sulphuric)

10

19

Ethyl acetate

Nickel carbonyl

N

Q

Nil

77

"

P Acetone

20

5 pounds

Diacetone alcohol

20 gallons

2 gallons

Ethyl alcohol (spirits of wine)

25

2

Methyl alcohol

25

Methylated spirit

25

2

J"

Propyl alcohol

25

N

Pyridine

10 pounds

2 pounds

Alcoholic liquids of a strength of or

over 70 parts by weight

20 gallons

2 gallons

Amyl acetate

10 pounds

2 pounds

Amyl alcohol

10

19

Butyl acetate (normal)

10

N

19

""

Butyl alcohol

10

2

""

A

Coal tar

20 gallons

10 gallons

Note.-P Poison.

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PERMITTED QUANTITY.

KIND OF DANGEROUS GOODS.

COLUMN 1.

COLUMN 2.

COLUMN 3.

Ethyl lactate

10 pounds

2 pounds

20 gallons

4 gallons

Kerosene

Paraffin

Turpentine

10 180

20

20

White spirit (turpentine substitute)

20

1

Any petroleum not separately specified

above

25

4

""

CATEGORY 5.

Acetic acid

50 pounds

10 pounds

F Ammonium fluoride

P Antimony chloride

Caustic potash

50

10

7

50

10

15

50

10

"

Chromic acid

50

10

Chlorohydric acid

50

19

27

Hydrobromic acid

50

10

"

P Hydrochloric acid

50

10

""

P Hydrofluoric acid

10

Nil

P Nitric acid (Aqua fortis)

50

10 pounds

P Nitric acid (Impure)

50

10

P Nitric acid and sulphuric acid mixtures

20

Nil

Phosphoric acid

50

10 pounds

Pyrogallic acid

50

10

Sodium bisulphite solution

20

Nil

Sodium metabe-sulphite

20

Sulphur mono-chloride

20

""

""

P Sulphuric acid (Impure)

50

10 pounds

F Sulphuric acid (Oleum and Nordhausen)

10

2

>>

P Sulphuric acid (Vitriol)

50

10

""

Sulphurous acid

50

10

Sulphuryl chloride.

10

Nil

Thionyl chloride

10

Tin tetrachloride (Anhydrous)

20

5 pounds

"

Titanium tetrachloride

20

5

Note.-P Poison.

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KIND OF DANGEROUS GOODS.

COLUMN 1.

PERMITTED QUANTITY.

COLUMN 2.

COLUMN 3.

CATEGORY 6.

P Ammonia (liquid)

50 pounds

10 pounds

Aniline oil

50

10

22

Bromine

Carbon tetrachloride

P Chloroform

P Hydrocyanic acid solution

10

11

100

20

P Leadtetraethyl

P Potassium cyanides

10

10

J

P Sodium cyanides

10

Nitrobenzine (mirbane oil)

20

CATEGORY 7.

Nil

20 pounds

Nil

11-114

pound

1,

Bichromates

50 pounds

5 pounds

Ammonium bichromate

30

Potassium bichromate

50

""

Bromates

20

Chlorate of potassium

20

N

,,

Sodium chlorate

20

Nitrates

50

Ammonium nitrate

50

"

Potassium nitrate (saltpetre)

50

10

10

Sodium nitrate (Chile saltpetre)

Barium nitrate

50

2

Ammonium perchlorate

20

Potassium perchlorate

50

N

10

5

Ammonium permanganate

20

22

Peroxides

50

10

""

""

Sodium peroxide

50

10

""

Hydrogen peroxide

100

10

Sodium monoxide

20

01

Potassium bromate

20

J

Barium chlorate

20

N

N

Barium peroxide

20

1

Any other chlorates or perchlorates

20

10

}

Note.-P Poison.

A.

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6. Section 10 of the Ordinance shall not apply to― (a)--(i) quantities of calcium carbide not exceeding 100 lbs. in weight and stored, in canisters not containing more than 1 lb. each, in a dry and ventilated place,

(ii) a single cylinder of compressed oxygen of a capacity not exceeding 5 cu. ft. or 120 atmospheres and attached to any special breathing or resuscitating apparatus,

(iii) a single cylinder of dissolved acetylene of a capacity not exceeding 5 cu. ft., used in connexion with any special lighting apparatus, and labelled, in English and Chinese, "Dissolved acetylene-Dangerous"

(iv) a single cylinder of compressed carbonic acid of a capacity not exceeding 5 cu. ft. used in connexion with any special plant and labelled, in English and Chinese, "Com- pressed Carbonic Acid-Dangerous",

(v) a single cylinder of compressed ammonia gas used in connexion with any cooling plant and adequately protected against leakage and, where the capacity of such cylinder exceeds 5 cu. ft., accompanied by provision of a patent breathing apparatus of a type approved by the Licensing Authority and, if required by the Licensing Authority, a system of water drenchers operated by a valve in a suitable position,

(vi) Category 8 dangerous goods, subject to the due observance of and compliance with the regulations in Part XXVI; provided that this exemption shall not extend to (a) quantities of any of the oils included in Category 8 exceed- ing 500 gallons or (b) any quantity of any of such oils kept for filtering, refining, or treating in any manner so as to obtain kerosene, or

(b) subject to the due observance of and compliance with the regulations in Part XVIII to--

(i) quantities of inflammable liquids not exceeding 4 gallons in all, stored, in a manner approved by the Licensing Authority, in the tins or other containers in which such liquids were imported or, after being imported in bulk, first placed, and kept for private use and not for sale,

(ii) quantities of inflammable liquids stored in the fuel tank or tanks of any motor vehicle, motor boat, aircraft, or engine,

(iii) quantities of inflammable liquids not exceeding 30 lbs. in all and stored in containers each having a capacity not exceeding one gallon which are exposed for sale in numbers not exceeding 10 at any one time and which, when not exposed for sale, are kept in a closed metal bin,

made from

(iv) quantities of inflammable liquids petroleum not exceeding 100 gallons in all and stored, in accordance with any regulations relating to such storage, in the fuel tanks of motor vehicles in a garage or other building or erection (not being a public garage) capable of accom- modating not more than 10 such vehicles at any one time or in the fuel tanks of motor boats, aircraft, motor lawn mowers, motor rollers, motor sweepers or stationary engines used for domestic or agricultural purposes or for the generation of power, heat, or light.

7. Sections 8, 9 and 13 of the Ordinance shall not apply to Category 8 dangerous goods.

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PART V.-SHIPS, AND SHIPPING AND MOVEMENT

OF DANGEROUS

8. In this Part-

GOODS.

"explosives" means any of the dangerous goods specified in Category 1, and any preparation or adaptation of any substance used or manufactured with a view to produce a practical effect by explosion, and

"Dangerous Goods Anchorage" means one of the portions of the harbour specified in regulation 23 of Table M of the regulations made under the Merchant Shipping Ordinance,

1899.

9. (1) This Part applies to-

(a) explosives, and

(b) the dangerous goods specified in the Table to regula-

tion 12.

(2) This Part shall not apply to inflammable liquids contained in the fuel tanks of motor vehicles carried by ferry vessels plying in the harbour.

10. (1) Every ship arriving at any port in the Colony carrying any dangerous goods to which this Part applies and every ship in the waters of the Colony carrying or being about to load any such goods, shall-

(a) hoist by day a Red flag and show at night a Red light at the fore-truck or, where there is only one mast, at the mast-head, or, where there is no mast, on a pole at the bow, and shall keep such Red flag flying by day and such Red light showing at night so long as any of such goods are on board, and

(b) anchor at one of the Dangerous Goods Anchorages, or at such place as the Harbour Master shall direct, and not move therefrom without the permission of the Harbour Master.

(2) Paragraph (1)(b) of this regulation shall not apply to any ship carrying dangerous goods of Category 4 which is bound for and proceeds direct to one of the prescribed places mentioned in regulation 110 (c) and which is carrying no other dangerous goods to which this Part applies.

11. It shall not be necessary for a ship carrying explosives to anchor at a Dangerous Goods Anchorage if the master or other officer of the vessel shall have either-

(a) produced to the Harbour Master a certificate signed by a competent authority certifying that the ship has a properly constructed magazine, or

(b) obtained from the Harbour Master ૧. certificate that the ship has a properly constructed magazine (for which certificate a fee of twenty-five dollars shall be paid) and, in either case,

(c) produced to the Harbour Master a certificate signed by the master of the ship certifying that all explosives are carried in the magazine, that all detonators have been removed, and that the ship is carrying no other dangerous goods

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12.--(1) The provisions of regulation 10(b) shall not apply to any ship arriving at any port in the Colony and carry- ing only-

(a) one article or substance or articles or substances of any one kind separately specified in the Table to this regulation or

(b) proportionate quantities of more than one article or substance or of substances of more than one kind separately specified as aforesaid,

not exceeding in total quantity the permitted quantity specified in Column 2 (where the ship is at a wharf) or in Column 3 (where the ship is at a buoy or other mooring) of the Table to this regulation.

(2) This regulation confers exemption from the provi- sions of regulation 10(b) in respect of Category 6 dangerous goods only where the permitted quantities specified in Columns 2 and 3 of the said Table are packed in such a manner as to be reasonably secure against leakage.

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TABLE TO REGULATION 12.

PERMITTED QUANTITY.

COLUMN 3. When the ship is at a buoy or other mooring.

KIND OF DANGEROUS GOODS.

COLUMN 1.

COLUMN 2. When the ship is at a wharf.

CATEGORY 1.

Classes 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6, except

safety cartridges and cart- ridges for small arms

Safety cartridges and cartridges

for small armis

Class 5.

150 pounds.

500 pounds.

Unlimited.

Unlimited.

Division 1

None allowed.

Division 2

None allowed.

Class 7

300 pounds.

None allowed.

200 pounds.

1,000 pounds.

CATEGORY 2.

All dangerous goods in this

Category except Hydro-

cyanic acid

Hydrocyanic acid

CATEGORY 3.

Aluminium, granulated or pow-

20 cylinders.

None allowed.

100 cylinders.

None allowed.

der

10 tons.

30 tons.

Aluminium Chloride

5 tons.

20 tons.

Barium metallic

None allowed.

20 tons.

Calcium carbide

5 tons.

20 tons.

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KIND OF DANGEROUS GOODS.

COLUMN 1.

PERMITTED QUANTITY.

COLUMN 2. When the ship is at a wharf.

COLUMN 3. When the ship is at a buoy or other mooring.

Caleimm evanamide

None allowed.

20 tons.

Calcium metallie

None allowed.

20 tons.

Calcium phosphide

None allowed.

20 tons.

None allowed.

20 tons.

Calcium silicide

Ferro silicon containing-

(a) between 30% and 75%,

inclusive, of silicon

(b) up to 15% and above 80%

silicon

(e) between 16% and 29%. inclusive, or between 76% and 80% inclusive, of silicon

Magnesium metal, powder, in-

gots or sticks

Phosphorus

None allowed.

None allowed,

Unlimited.

Unlimited.

None allowed.

20 tons.

10 tons.

40 tons.

None allowed.

10 tons.

5 tons.

10 tons.

Potassium metallic and Sodium

metallic

None allowed.

10 tons.

Phosphorus amorphous

Zine, granulated, powdered or i

dust

5 tons.

10 tons.

CATEGORY 4.

Class 1

100 gallons.

Class 2

500 gallons.

500 gallons.

4,000 gallons.

CATEGORY 5.

Hydrofluoric acid

20 bottles.

100 bottles.

All other dangerous goods in

this Category

CATEGORY 6.

5 tons.

50 tons.

Chloroform

Hydrocyanic acid solution

100 gallons.

100 lbs.

Leadtetraethyl

20 gallons.

500 gallons.

200 lbs.

100 gallons.

Nitrobenzol (Mirbane oil)

100 gallons.

200 gallons.

All other dangerous goods in

this Category

100 lbs.

200 lbs.

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"

KIND OF DANGEROUS GOODS.

COLUMN 1.

PERMITTED QUANTITY.

COLUMN 2. When the ship is at a wharf.

COLUMN 3. When the ship is at a buoy or other mooring.

CATEGORY 7.

Potassium bromate

Barium chlorate

Barium peroxide

Aumonium permanganate

Sodium peroxide

Hydrogen peroxide

5 tons per hatch or 20 tons in all.

100 tons.

Sodium monoxide

All other dangerous goods in

this Category

15 tons per hatch 100 tons.

or 60 tons in

all.

:

CATEGORY 8.

All dangerous goods in this

Category

Unlimited.

Unlimited.

13.-(1) No passenger ship arriving at any port in the Colony and carrying more than 20 passengers and quantities or proportions of quantities of dangerous goods exceeding in the total the permitted quantity specified in Column 2 of the Table to this regulation shall leave such port with any additional or any other passengers or with any additional or any other dangerous goods unless-

(a) such quantity of dangerous goods as will reduce the quantity remaining on board to or within the permitted quantity specified in Column 2 of the said Table, (after taking into account the quantity of any additional dangerous goods to be loaded at such port) has been unloaded, and

(b) the permission of the Harbour Master has been obtained,

(c) any cylinders containing any Category 2 dangerous goods are-

(i) covered with coir rope matting or fitted with rope grummets or with squared metal shoes at each end or stowed in wooden cases,

(ii) stowed at least eight feet from the side of the vessel, under cover in cool and well-ventilated spaces, away from inflammable cargo and living quarters and not overstowed,

(iii) if stowed on deck, adequately secured and protected from damage in inclement weather and from the direct rays of the sun,

(iv) not stowed over holds containing coal, and

(v) not a portion of a cargo which also includes any Category 1 dangerous goods unless the engine room and boiler room spaces intervene between the holds which contain the Category 1 dangerous goods and, as the case may be, the

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spaces over which or the holds in which the cylinders are stowed,

(d) any containers containing any dangerous goods of Category 3, Category 4 (Class 1), Category 5, Category 6, or Category 7 are of substantial construction,

(e) cases or drums are used to contain any dangerous goods of Category 4 (Class 2).

(2) Paragraph (1) of this regulation shall not apply to passenger vessels employed on voyages between the continent of Asia and other continents, which provide adequate protec- tion of passengers by the stowage of dangerous goods in special holds or magazines, nor to coastal vessels carrying dangerous goods stored in a special magazine or compartment built to Board of Trade specification and passed by the Harbour Master.

TABLE TO REGULATION 13.

KIND OF DANGEROUS GOODS.

COLUMN 1.

PERMITTED QUANTITY.

COLUMN 2.

CATEGORY 1.

Classes 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6 except safety cartridges and cartridges for small arms packed in the manner prescribed by Part VII of these regulations.

Safety cartridges and cartridges for small

arms packed as aforesaid

Class 5

150 pounds.

Unlimited.

None allowed.

Class 7

300 pounds.

CATEGORY 2.

Carbon monoxide

None allowed.

Hydrogen

None allowed.

Chlorine

None allowed.

Hydrocyanic acid

None allowed.

Phosgene

None allowed.

All other dangerous goods in this Category

CATEGORY 3.

20 cylinders.

Aluminium, granulated or powder

5 tons.

Aluminium chloride

5 tons.

Barium metallic

None allowed.

Calcium carbide.

5 tons.

Calcium eyanamide

None allowed.

Calcium metallic

None allowed.

Calcium phosphide

None allowed.

Calcium silicide

None allowed.

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KIND OF DANGEROUS GOODS.

COLUMN 1.

PERMITTED QUANTITY.

COLUMN 2.

Ferro silicon containing-

(a) between 30% and 75% inclusive of

silicon

(b) up to 15% and above 80% silicon

(c) between 16% and 29%, inclusive, or between 76% and 80% inclusive, of silicon

Magnesium metal, powder, ingots, or sticks

Potassium metallic and Sodium metallic

Phosphorus

None allowed.

Unlimited.

None allowed.

ō tons.

None allowed.

None allowed.

5 tons.

Zine, granulated, powdered or dust

5 tons.

Phosphorus amorphous

Class 1

Class 2

CATEGORY 4.

10 gallons.

2,000 gallons.

CATEGORY 5.

All dangerous goods in this Category

5 tons.

CATEGORY 6.

Hydrocyanic acid solution

Bromine

Chloropierin

All other dangerous goods in this Category

None allowed.

None allowed.

None allowed.

5 tons.

CATEGORY 7.

All dangerous goods in this Category

5 tons.

CATEGORY 8.

All dangerous goods in this Category

Unlimited.

14. No passenger ship carrying more than 20 passengers shall, within the waters of the colony, carry any dangerous goods of Class 5 of Category 1.

15. Except with the written permission of the Harbour Master, no dangerous goods shall be handled or worked upon, or loaded into or unloaded from any vessel between the hours of 7 p.m. and 5 a.m. during the period from the 1st April to the 30th September, inclusive, or between the hours of 6

p.m. and 6 a.m. during the period from the 1st October to the 31st March, inclusive.

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16.-(1) Dangerous goods imported into the Colony by sea shall be landed in the following manner, that is to say :-

(a) All Category 1 dangerous goods shall be landed at a Government Gunpowder Depot; provided that quantities of safety cartridges and cartridges for small arms not exceeding 200,000 rounds in all and quantities of dangerous goods of Division 2 of Class 7 of Category 1 not exceeding 500 lbs. in all may be landed in the manner prescribed by sub-paragraph (b) of this paragraph;

(b) All other dangerous goods shall be landed at the wharf, jetty, or other similar place adjoining or nearest to premises licensed for the storage of such goods and shall be conveyed from the importing ship to such premises by the shortest route and in such receptacles, cases, covers, or wrappings as may be consistent with safety, and shall be stored in the licensed premises with all reasonable speed.

(2) If any owner or consignee of any dangerous goods fails to comply with paragraph (1) of this regulation, it shall be lawful for any police or Fire Brigade officer duly authorized by the Licensing Authority in that behalf to take possession of such dangerous goods and, at the expense of such owner or consignee, to convey them to and store them in such place as the Licensing Authority may direct.

17.--(1) No vessel carrying or about to load dangerous goods shall remain alongside any sea-wall, pier, jetty, wharf, or landing place longer than is necessary for the unloading or loading of the dangerous goods with all reasonable speed.

(2) In the event of the unloading or loading being for any reason suspended for more than fifteen minutes before the unloading or loading is completed, such vessel shall forthwith proceed to a Dangerous Goods Anchorage.

(3) This regulation shall not apply to any vessel unloading or loading Category 1 dangerous goods at a Government Gunpowder Depot or unloading or loading petroleum at one of the prescribed places referred to in Parts X and XI of these regulations.

18. (1) So long as any vessel carrying any dangerous goods is in the waters of the Colony, all dangerous goods on board such vessel shall be stowed under hatches or covered with serviceable tarpaulins, and no smoking shall be allowed, and no naked lights shall be made or used on any such vessel, except where the dangerous goods are stowed under hatches on board a vessel which is not a lighter or boat.

(2) All explosives carried in or about to be loaded into any ship shall be packed in the manner prescribed by Part VII of these regulations.

19.-(1) No person shall move or cause or permit to be moved any Category 1 dangerous goods within the Colony except in accordance with the provisions of this Part and in accordance with a removal permit issued by the Licensing Authority.

(2) Every such removal permit shall be in the form set out in the Schedule to this Part

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20. No fee shall be levied under the Official Signatures Fees Ordinance, 1888, in respect of any dangerous goods belonging to His Majesty's Government or to His Majesty's Naval or Military Authorities.

21. Nothing in this Part shall affect any regulations made pursuant to section 36 of the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, with reference to gunpowder and explosives.

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to

SCHEDULE.

FORM OF REMOVAL PERMIT.

REMOVAL PERMIT.

The Dangerous Goods Ordinance, 1873.

Regulation No. 19.

The bearer is authorized to remove from

dangerous goods between the hours of

on the

...day of

the undermentioned Category 1

and

19......

(person)

..o'clock in the

..noon

19......

19......

This permit must be returned to

at

of the

(place) before

.........day of

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

Commissioner of Police.

PART VI.-INDICATIONS OF PLACES OF STORAGE

OF DANGEROUS GOODS.

22.-(1) A metal plate to indicate the presence of dan- gerous goods shall be affixed to every place where any dangerous goods are stored or kept for any purpose what-

soever.

(2) Such plate shall be issued by the Licensing Authority on payment of the sum of one dollar, and shall become the property of the licensee.

(3) Such plate shall be five inches in height and nine inches in width.

(4) The colour of such plate, the letters appearing thereon, and the colours of such letters shall be in accordance with the Table to this regulation.

(5) The licensee shall keep such plate in good repair and shall repaint such plate and the letters thereon in accord- ance with paragraph (4) of this regulation as often as may be

necessary.

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CATEGORY AND

CLASS NO. OF

DANGEROUS GOODS

STORED OR KEPT.

TABLE.

LETTERS

COLOUR OF

LICENCE

PLATE.

TO APPEAR COLOUR OF ON LICENCE LETTERS.

PLATE.

HEIGHT OF

LETTERS.

CATEGORY 4.

Class 1

Red.

L.F.

White.

Four inches.

Class 2

Green.

H.F.

White.

Four inches.

All other Categories... Yellow.

D.G.

Black.

Four inches.

PART VII. STORAGE AND PACKING OF

CATEGORY 1 DANGEROUS GOODS.

23. In this Part "explosives" means any substance. included in Category 1, and any reference to a class relates to that class in Category 1.

Section A.-Storage.

24. In this Section-

"Mode A store means-

(a) a building substantially constructed of iron, stone, or concrete,

(b) a securely constructed fire proof safe, or

(c) an excavation formed in solid rock, earth, or mine refuse not liable to ignition, and not opening into, from, or out of any mine, quarry, tunnel, or underground place which is used for the carrying on of any work or for the employment of any person, and

"Mode B store" means a substantial trunk, box, cup- board, or drawer, made of wood or of japanned or tinned iron or steel, and permanently kept in a building, which is constructed of fire resisting materials, and which is not a Mode A store.

25.-(1) Except for the explosives mentioned in para- graphs (2), (3) and (4) of this regulation, all explosives must be stored in a Mode A store.

(2) The storage of Class 5 explosives is prohibited.

(3) The storage of explosives the manufacture or import of which for general sale is not authorized in the United Kingdom is prohibited.

(4) Safety cartridges and cartridges for small arms of Class 6 and explosives of Class 7 may be stored in a Mode B

store.

26. No Mode A store shall be situated in any dwelling- house or in any building used wholly or in part for residential purposes, or in any building attached to or connected with any dwellinghouse.

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27. Every Mode A store shall--

(a) be situated at such distance from every highway, street, public thoroughfare, and public place as may, in the opinion of the Licensing Authority, be safe, and

(b) unless it is an excavation, be provided with an efficient lightning conductor.

28.-(1) The interior of every Mode A store shall be kept scrupulously clean and shall be so constructed as to prevent any grit, iron, steel, or similar substance from coming into contact with any explosive kept in the store.

(2) Suitable footwear must be provided for and worn by every person entering any Mode A store, or other satisfactory arrangements must be made for preventing the introduction into the store of any grit or exposed iron or steel.

29. No person entering or remaining in any Mode A store shall have in his possession any tobacco, pipe, or matches, or any substance likely to cause, or capable of causing, explosion or fire, or any article consisting wholly or in part of exposed iron or steel.

30. Every tool or implement used in any Mode A store shall, unless it is made of copper, brass, or other soft metal, or of wood, be completely covered with some safe and suitable material.

31. No repairs shall be carried out in or to any Mode A store until-

(a) all explosives have been removed therefrom, and (b) the store has been thoroughly washed out and render- ed clean.

32. Nothing shall be kept in any Mode A store except explosives, containers thereof and receptacles therefor, and tools and implements used in work directly connected with the storage of the explosives.

33.-(1) The licensee of every Mode A store shall employ two watchmen approved by the Commissioner of Police for the purpose of guarding the store.

(2) Such watchmen shall be on duty either-

(a) separately, or

(b) together, and

(c) in either case, at such times

as the Commissioner of Police shall direct.

34. The licensee of every Mode A store shall, if so required by the Commissioner of Police, and at the expense of the licensee, maintain a police guard at the store to prevent the delivery to or issue from the store of explosives without a permit issued by the Licensing Authority and to prevent trespass.

shall appear in Eng-

35. The word "Danger-Building lish and Chinese, in legible letters and characters, on the outside of every door of every Mode A store.

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36. The ground surrounding every Mode A store shall be cleared of bushes, grass, and other vegetation to a distance sufficient, in the opinion of the Licensing Authority, to minimise the risk of the spread of fire.

37. The licensee of every Mode A store shall, on the first day of each month during the currency of his licence, furnish to the Licensing Authority and to the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade particulars of the nature and quantity of the explosives stored in the store.

38. Due precautions shall be taken to exclude water from every store in which is stored any explosive liable to be dangerously affected by water.

39. Due precautions shall be taken by every person in charge of or employed in any store to prevent--

(a) accidents by fire or explosion,

(b) any act which tends to cause fire or explosion and which is not reasonably necessary for the purpose of work in the store, and

store.

(c) unauthorized persons from obtaining access to the

40. Any accident in any store shall be immediately reported to the Licensing Authority.

41. No store shall be open between the hours of 6 p.m. and 6 a.m. during the period from the 1st October to the 31st March inclusive, or between the hours of 7 p.m. and 5 a.m. during the period from the 1st April to the 30th September inclusive.

42. Every explosive liable to deterioration shall be periodically inspected, and any explosive which has suffered deterioration or damage shall be immediately removed from the store and destroyed by some safe and suitable method.

43. No smoking or naked lights shall be permitted in or near any store.

44. (1) Notices prohibiting smoking and the use of naked lights shall be prominently displayed at the store.

(2) Such notices shall be in English and Chinese.

45. The Licensing Authority may, in his discretion, give directions, which shall be complied with by the licensee, in relation to the method of storage of any explosive in any

store.

46. Every application for the renewal of any licence shall be made not less than one month before the expiration of the then current licence.

47. The explosives in each of the following groups may be kept together in one building or receptacle, but explosives in different groups must be in separate receptacles or must be so separated by intervening partitions as to prevent explo- sion or fire communicating from one to the other :-

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Group I.-Gunpowder, small-arm, nitro compound, dynamite, gelignite, and all other explosives of Classes 1 to 4, together with cartridges, made with the same, but not con- taining their own means of ignition, and safety fuze.

Group II.-Safety cartridges, percussion caps, safety fuze, safety electric fuzes, and all other explosives of Class 6 Division 1.

Note. Safety cartridges may not be kept in a receptacle with any of the explosives in Groups I, III, IV or V.

Group III.-Explosives of Class 6 Division 2 which contain exposed iron or steel may be kept with each other without any intervening partition or space.

Group IV. Detonators, electric detonators, and all other explosives of Class 6, Division 3.

Group V.-Fireworks.

Section B.-Packing.

48. In this Section,-

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outer package" means a box, barrel, case, or cylinder of wood, metal, or other solid material, of such strength, construction, and character that it will not be broken or accidentally opened, nor become defective or insecure whilst being conveyed, and will not allow any explosive to escape.

"inner package" means a substantial case, bag, canister, or other receptacle, made and closed so as to prevent any explosive from escaping.

"propellant" means an explosive of Class III, adapted and intended exclusively for use as a propelling charge in cannon or small arms.

49. The interior of every package shall be free from grit and otherwise clean.

50. Save as hereinafter provided there shall not be any iron or steel in the construction of any package unless the same is covered with suitable material so as effectually to prevent the exposure of such iron or steel.

51. No package when actually used for the packing of one explosive shall be used for the packing of any other explosive or of any other article or substance :

Provided that this regulation shall not prohibit the pack- ing of inner packages containing a propellant in an outer package with inner packages containing a gunpowder or another propellant:

Provided also that this regulation shall not prohibit the packing of any article which is not of an inflammable or explosive nature, or liable to cause fire or explosion, in the same package as explosives of Class 6, Division 1.

52. Every blasting explosive of Classes 2, 3, or 4 in which nitrate of ammonium, nitrate of sodium, or chloride of sodium is used as an ingredient shall be contained in cartridge wrappers or cases (or in 5 lb. inner packages) made thoroughly waterproof with melted paraffin or other suitable waterproofing material.

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53. Subject to the foregoing provision, the following shall be the method of packing explosives of the various Classes respectively and the maximum amounts which may be in any one package

AMOUNT

CLASS.

METHOD OF PACKING.

IN ANY

ONE OUTER

PACKAGE.

Class I.

AMOUNT

IN ANY

ONE INNER

PACKAGE.

100 lbs.

When the quantity in any

100 lbs. one consignment does Provided that where not exceed 5 lbs. in gunpowder and propellant amount, a single outer are packed together the package; otherwise, amount shall not exceed

50 lbs.

A double package, the inner and outer pac- kages being as above defined.

25 lbs.

Class II.

As for Class I.

50 lbs.

50 lbs.

5 lbs.

Class III,

Division 1, other than propellants.

Cordite, or

other pro- pellant

adopted by the War Depart-

ment.

As for Class I, provided 50 lbs.

that either the outer or inner package shall be thoroughly waterproof and that no metal shall be used in the construction of the packages except that (1) nails of brass, zine, or other soft metal or coated with the same may be used for secur- ing the outer package, and (2) wire stitching may be used for secur- ing the inner package if the wire is effectively prevented from coming into contact with the explosive by means of a sheet of stout cardboard or otherwise.

As for Class I, except that 120 lbs.

for the inner package!

there may be sub- stituted such arrange- ment or contrivance as may in the opinion of the War Department secure adequate safety.

Other

propellants

of Division

1.

As for Class I.

120 lbs.

50 lbs.

50 lbs.

Class III,

As for Class I.

50 lbs.

50 lbs.

Division 2,

other than

Picric Acid

and Wet Guncotton.

Picric Acid. As for Class I.

Unlimited. Unlimited.

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AMOUNT

AMOUNT

CLASS.

METHOD OF PACKING.

IN ANY

ONE OUTER

PACKAGE.

IN ANY

ONE INNER

PACKAGE.

Guncotton

so wetted

with water as to be absolutely uninflam-

mable.

Class IV,

Division 1.

As for Class I, provided Unlimited.

that the inner or outer package, or both of them, shall be of such a nature and so closed, ¦ as to prevent any material loss of mois- ture during conveyance..

As for Class III, Division 50 lbs.

1, other than pellants.

pro-

Unlimited.

5 lbs.

Class IV,

As for Class I.

50 lbs.

50 lbs.

Division 2.

Class V.

Packed

25 lbs.

Class VI,

Division 1, other than Pin Fire Cartridges for pistols.

Pin Fire

Cartridges for pistols.

in water. A 200 lbs. treble package, the in- nermost package being a bag permeable to water, enclosed in a case containing suf- ficient water to ensure the explosive being kept constantly wet; and the outer package contain- ing sufficient water constantly to surround the case. Both the case and outer package shall be of such con- struction as will not allow water to escape.

A single outer package, Unlimited.

provided that Regula-

tion No. 50 shall not apply to explosives of this Division.

Provided also that bul- leted cartridges of a calibre exceeding 0.5 inch and belonging to this Division shall be packed in such a manner that the point of any

bullet cannot

come in contact with the cap of another cartridge.

(a) Not exceeding 50 in 50 in

number in any one number. consignment:so pack- ed in a single package that the bases lie alternately in opposite directions. The bases and pins shall be so fitted into perforations in mill-board or other suitable material as to prevent the firing of any one of the said cartridges by an ex- plosion in any other of the said cartridges.

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CLASS.

METHOD OF PACKING.

AMOUNT

IN ANY

ONE OUTER

PACKAGE.

AMOUNT

IN ANY

ONE INNER

PACKAGE.

in

2,500 in

number.

Class VI,

Division 2.

(b) Exceeding 50

number:-In an inner and outer package, the cartridges being packed in inner packages with mill-board as above required.

Explosives made up into cartridges or charges for cannon, shells, tor- pedoes, mines, blasting or other like purposes, shall be packed in such manner and in such quantity as is required for the same explosive when not so made up; provided that where a double package is re- quired, the enclosing case of such cartridges or charges may, if it satisfy the conditions required for an inner package, be held to be such inner package.

Other ammunition of this

Division:

A single outer package.

100 lbs.

50 in

number.

Class VI,

Division 3, other than Detonators

and

Electric

Detonators.

Detonators.

As for Class I. Provided that

50 lbs.

bulleted

cartridges of a calibre.

exceeding 0.5 inch and

belonging to this Divi- sion shall be packed in such a manner that the point of any bullet

cannot come in contact with the cap of another cartridge.

(a) Not exceeding 1,000 1,000 in

number.

in any one consign-

ment --As for Class 1, provided that the detonators and the spaces between th same, and between the sides of the inner package and the said detonators, shall all be filled, as far as prae- ticable with fine saw- dust or other similar material; a layer of felt or other soft yielding material shall be placed between both. ends of all the detona- tors and the interior of the inner package in which the same are placed in such manner,

2 lbs. or 10 in number whichever be the greater.

100 in

number.

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CLASS.

METHOD OF PACKING.

AMOUNT

IN ANY

ONE OUTER

PACKAGE.

AMOUNT

IN ANY

ONE INNER

PACKAGE.

-

Detonators contd.

Electric

Detonators.

and so secured, that both ends of the detonators will rest upon the said felt or other material; every inner package, if of metal, to be lined throughout with paper or other soft material; and

(b) Exceeding 1,000 de- 10,000 in

number.

tonators:

The detonators shall be packed in inner pack- ages with sawdust and felt as above described. Such inner packages shall be placed inside a substantial case of wood or metal made and closed SO as to prevent any of the inner packages escap- ing therefrom, and such case shall be placed inside an outer package in such manner and so secured as to leave a clear space of not less than 3 inches between the case and every part of the in- terior of the said outer package, notwithstand- ing that such clear space may, if preferred, be filled with sawdust, straw, or other similar material, or may con- tain a light framework or battens of wood to keep the case aforesaid in position in the outer package; and

(c) Where the number of detonators exceeds 5,000 such outer package shall be pro- vided with handles or other contrivance, by means of which it can be safely and veniently carried.

con- !

As for Class 1, provided that where the number in any outer package exceeds 3,000, such outer package shall be provided with handles or other contrivance, ! by means of which it can be safely and con- ! veniently carried.

5,000 in

number.

100 in

number.

100 in

number.

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AMOUNT

AMOUNT

CLASS.

METHOD OF PACKING.

IN ANY

ONE OUTER

PACKAGE.

IN ANY

ONE INNER

PACKAGE.

Class VII,

Double package, the inner 20 lbs.

1 lb.

Division 1.

package being her-

metically closed, and

contained in an outer

Class VII,

Division 2,

other than

matches.

package as above de- fined.

Single outer package, pro- 100 lbs.

vided that Regulation

No. 50 shall not apply to explosives of this Division.

Matches

Safety Matches.

1. Brands

approved by the Harbour Master.

2. Other

brands.

Lucifer

matches.

1. Firmly

done up in packages of one dozen, packed in strongly

made wooden cases containing not more than 50 gross of matches and lined in- side with strong paper.

2. Cases containing more. than 30 gross of matches must be fitted on the outside with strengthening battens round the cases Or special stiffening of the ends.

Zinc or tin-lined her-

metically sealed cases.

Zinc Οι tin-lined ber-

metically sealed cases.

54. An explosive which is not included in Category 1 shall be packed in such manner as may be directed by the Licensing Authority.

55. Each package containing explosives shall be marked on the cover or lid thereof with the prescribed label.

In the case of explosives of Classes 3 and 4, there shall be added the date of manufacture or issue from the factory:

Provided that in the case of cartridges or charges for cannon, shells, mines, blasting or other like purpose, which do not contain their own means of ignition, the marking shall be as for the explosive when not so made up :

Provided also that in the case of explosives of Class VI, Division 1 (Safety Fuze excepted), there shall be added the words "Not liable to explode in bulk":

Provided also that in the case of Pin Fire Cartridges for pistols there shall be added the words "Pin Fire Cartridges":

Provided also that where an outer package contains more than one explosive, the marking above required shall be affixed separately in respect of each explosive so contained.

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PART VIII.-STORAGE OF CATEGORY 2 DANGEROUS GOODS.

56. In this Part,

General Regulations.

وو

     store means any premises specified in a valid licence to store Category 2 dangerous goods.

57. No store shall be directly in communication with any domestic premises.

58. Every store shall be well lighted, well ventilated, and kept cool.

59. Every store shall be kept locked except when goods are being delivered to or issued from the store.

60. No fire, matches, or artificial light, except electric lights enclosed in protective globes shall be kept or used in

any store.

61. No goods of a highly

      highly combustible nature shall be kept in any store.

62. Every cylinder containing any Category 2 dangerous goods shall be labelled with the prescribed label.

63.-(1) No store shall be used for the simultaneous storage of

lene.

(a) oxygen and acetylene, or

(b) oxygen and hydrogen, or

(c) chlorine and coal gas, hydrogen, methane, or acety-

(2) No cylinder containing chlorine shall be stored near sodium, potassium, phosphorous, copper leaf, powdered anti- mony, turpentine, ammonia, or sal ammoniac.

64. Every cylinder containing or used for the convey- ance or storage of Category 2 dangerous goods shall be maintained in such condition and conveyed in such manner as the Licensing Authority may direct.

Special Regulations.

CLASS 1.

65. Every cylinder shall be made of seamless steel, and shall be maintained in good condition.

66. The valve of every cylinder shall be securely closed to prevent leakage.

67. No cylinder shall have a working or internal pres-- sure exceeding 1,800 pounds to the square inch.

68.-(1) Every cylinder containing carbon monoxide, coal gas, hydrogen, or methane shall be so designed as to protect the valve from damage, or shall be provided with a strong metal cap or cover enclosing the valve and securely attached to the cylinder.

(2) No part of any such cap or cover shall be in contact with any part of the valve.

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(3) Every such cap or cover shall be provided with a vent of such size as will prevent the accumulation of gas pressure inside such cap or cover.

(4) The valve of every such cylinder shall be provided with left handed outlet screw threads for the pipe or other

connexion.

(5) This regulation shall not apply to small cylinders packed in cases which adequately protect the valves of such cylinders.

69. No oil or similar lubricant shall be used on any valve or other fitting of any cylinder.

70.-(1) Every cylinder shall be submitted to an hydraulic test at intervals not exceeding two years.

(2) Every cylinder shall be thoroughly cleaned and examined externally, and, so far as practicable, internally,

before it is submitted to any such test.

(3) If any rust or foreign matter is found inside any cylinder as a result of any such examination, the cylinder shall, before being submitted to any such test, be heated to a temperature not exceeding 572° Fahrenheit, and then again cleaned and examined.

(4) Upon the completion of any such test, and before being filled, every cylinder shall be thoroughly dried inter- nally, and shall be stamped with marks and figures indicating by whom and on what date the test was conducted.

71. The name of the gas centained in the cylinder, and the name and address of the person or firm by whom the cylinder was filled shall be legibly shown-

(a) upon every cylinder containing any gas,

(b) in red upon every case containing one or more cylin- ders and not coloured red all over, and

(c) in any suitable colour upon every case containing one or more cylinders and coloured red all over.

Special Regulations.

CLASS 2.

72. Every cylinder shall be made of seamless steel and shall be maintained in good condition.

73. The valve of every cylinder shall be securely closed to prevent leakage.

74. Every cylinder shall be completely emptied and thoroughly dried before being filled.

75. Every precaution shall be taken to ensure that the gas used for filling any cylinder is freed from moisture.

76. (1) Every cylinder shall be so designed as to protect the valve from damage, or shall be provided with a strong metal cap or cover enclosing the valve and securely attached to the cylinder.

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(2) No part of any such cap or cover shall be in contact with any part of the valve.

(3) Every such cap or cover shall be provided with a vent of such size as will prevent the accumulation of gas pressure inside such cap or cover.

(4) This regulation shall not apply to small cylinders packed in cases which adequately protect the valves of such cylinders.

77. No oil or similar lubricant shall be used on any valve or other fitting of any cylinder.

78. (1) Every cylinder shall be submitted to an hydraulic test at intervals not exceeding two years.

(2) Every cylinder shall be thoroughly cleaned and examined externally, and, so far as practicable, internally, before it is submitted to any such test.

(3) If any rust or foreign matter is found inside any cylinder as a result of any such examination, the cylinder shall, before being submitted to any such test, be heated to a temperature not exceeding 572° Fahrenheit, and then again cleaned and examined.

79. The name of the gas contained in the cylinder, and the name and address of the person or firm by whom the cylinder was filled shall be legibly shown--

(a) upon every cylinder containing any gas,

(b) in red upon every case containing one or more cylin- ders and not coloured red all over, and

(c) in any suitable colour upon every case containing one or more cylinders and coloured red all over.

80. (1) Every cylinder containing any gas shall be kept in a cool place.

(2) Cylinders containing chlorine or ammonia may be stored in the open air, provided they are protected from the direct rays of the sun and from other sources of heat.

(3) No cylinder containing chlorine shall be stored near any cylinder containing ammonia, and no cylinder containing either of these gases shall be stored near any organic sub- stance likely to give off organic vapour.

81. (1) No cylinder shall be charged with a quantity of gas exceeding in weight the number of pounds of water which the cylinder is capable of holding, multiplied by the filling ratio specified for each gas in the Table to this regulation.

(2) The accuracy of each charge shall be determined by weighing.

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TABLE.

FILLING RATIOS AND ASSUMED WORKING (GAUGE) PRESSURE.

TEMPERATE CLIMATE

TROPICAL CLIMATE

(MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE 113°F.)

(MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE 149°F.)

GAS.

Working

Working

Filling ratio.

(gauge)

Filling

(gauge)

pressure lb./sq. inch.

ratio.

pressure lb./sq.

inch.

Sulphur dioxide

1.25

87

1.19

160

Ammonia

0.54

241

0.51

412

Chlorine

1.25

174

1.19

283

Methyl Chloride

0.83

130

0.79

211

Ethyl chloride

0.82

29

0.79

60

Phosgene

1.25

53

1.19

95

Carbon dioxide ....

0.75

1.800

0.667

1,800

Hydrocyanic acid.....

0.60

12

0.57

32

Nitrous oxide

0.75

1.800

0.667

1,800

Ethylene

0.325

1,800

0.270

1,800

Special Regulations.

CLASS 3.

82. (1) Every cylinder shall-

(a) be made of steel,

(b) contain a homogenous porous substance,

and

(c) be maintained in good condition.

(2) Such homogenous porous substance shall---

(a) be similar in all respects to that in general use,

(b) completely fill the cylinder, and

(c) have a porosity not exceeding 80%.

(3) Every cylinder may also contain acetone or other solvent, in which case such acetone or other solvent shall not-

(a) be capable of chemical reaction with the gas in the cylinder or with the homogeneous porous substance or with the metal of the cylinder, or

(b) when the cylinder is completely filled with gas, com- pletely fill the porosity of the homogeneous porous substance at any temperature likely to be met with in ordinary practice

or use.

83. Every cylinder valve shall be securely closed to prevent leakage.

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84.-(1) The pressure of gas in every cylinder-

(a) capable, when empty, of containing one cubic foot of water or more, and having the ends secured to the body by welding, or

(b) containing no acetone or other solvent,

shall not exceed 150 pounds to the square inch at a tempera- ture of 60° Fahrenheit.

(2) The pressure of gas in every other cylinder shall not exceed 225 pounds to the square inch at a temperature of 60° Fahrenheit.

(3) This regulation shall not apply to cylinders used by the Harbour Master exclusively for marine lighting.

85.-(1) Every cylinder shall be tested by hydraulic pressure before being filled.

(2) Such hydraulic pressure shall be not less than four times the pressure to which the cylinder will be subjected in use, and shall be maintained for a period of at least fifteen minutes.

(3) No cylinder which, on being subjected to such test, shows any permanent stretch, shall be used for the storage of gas under pressure.

86. No cylinder valve shall contain more than 70% of copper in its composition and every such valve shall be provided with left-handed outlet screw threads for the pipe or other connexion.

87.-(1) Every cylinder shall be so designed as to protect the valve from damage, or shall be provided with a strong metal cap or cover enclosing the valve and securely attached to the cylinder.

(2) No part of any such cap or cover shall be in contact with any part of the valve.

(3) This regulation shall not apply to small cylinders. packed in cases which adequately protect the valves of such cylinders.

88. The name of the manufacturer of every cylinder shall be permanently and conspicuously marked thereon or on a brass plate securely attached thereto.

89. A label shall be attached to every cylinder stating - (a) the date when the cylinder was last previously filled

with gas,

(b) the name and address of the person by whom the cylinder was so filled, and

(c) the maximum pressure of gas permissible in the cylinder.

90. The name of the gas contained in the cylinders, and the name and address of the person or firm by whom the cylinders were filled shall be legibly shown-

(a) in red upon every case containing one or more cylin- ders and not coloured red all over, and

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(b) in any suitable colour upon every case containing one or more cylinders and coloured red all over.

91. Every cylinder-

(a) capable, when empty, of containing one cubic foot of water or more, and

(b) manufactured after 1st August, 1919,

shall be permanently marked with the name or trade mark of the manufacturer and the serial number of the cylinder.

PART IX.-STORAGE

DANGEROUS

OF

CATEGORY 3

GOODS.

General Regulations.

92. In this Part "store"

store" means any premises specified in a valid licence to store Category 3 dangerous goods.

93. Every store shall be isolated from domestic premises and shall be kept thoroughly dry and ventilated.

94. No acid or goods of a combustible nature shall be kept in any store.

store.

95. No Category 7 dangerous goods shall be kept in any

96. Every receptacle containing any Category 3 danger- ous goods shall be labelled with the prescribed label and shall be of such strength and construction as to prevent the escape of any of the contents.

97. No store used for the storage of potassium metallic, sodium metallic, phosphorus, or phosphorus amorphous shall be used for the storage of any other substance.

Special Regulations relating to Calcium Carbide.

98. (1) Every store shall be thoroughly ventilated by openings in the walls immediately above floor level and immediately below the top of the walls.

(2) All such openings shall be efficiently screened.

99. No store licensed for the storage of more than 300 pounds of calcium carbide shall be nearer than 20 feet to any dwelling house.

100.-(1) Calcium carbide shall be stored in metal con- tainers so constructed and closed as to prevent the admission. of water or atmospheric moisture.

(2) No such container shall be made of copper.

(3) No such container shall be capable of containing more than 224 pounds of calcium carbide.

(4) Every such container shall be kept securely closed except when calcium carbide is being removed therefrom.

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101. Not more than one of the containers in any store shall be open at any one time.

102. No vessel or other article with which calcium carbide or acetylene is liable to come into contact shall be constructed wholly or partly of copper.

103. Calcium carbide which is not commercially pure shall not be kept in any store.

104. No fire, flame, or artificial light, and no article or thing capable of igniting acetylene shall be permitted near or within any store.

105. Quantities of calcium carbide not exceeding 100 pounds may be kept ready for use in a properly equipped gasometer or other similar apparatus in a situation approved by the Licensing Authority.

108.-(1) The licensee of every store shall maintain an open tank outside such store and in the open air for the reception of the residue from the calcium carbide.

(2) Such residue shall remain in such tank for at least ten hours in a quantity of water equal at least to ten times. the bulk of such residue.

107. Every precaution shall be taken to prevent- (a) any lime sludge from being discharged into drains or

sewers,

(b) accidents from fire,

(c) unauthorized persons and persons under the age of fifteen years from obtaining access to any store, and

(1) the access of water to any store.

108.-(1) No alteration shall be made in the construc- tion or arrangement of any store without the written consent of the Licensing Authority.

(2) The plans of every proposed alteration in the con- struction of any store shall be submitted to and approved by the Building Authority before work is comunenced.

109. The licensee of every store shall-

(4) at all times permit any public officer duly authorized in that behalf by the Licensing Authority to enter the store to ascertain if the regulations in this Part are being duly observed and complied with by the licensee,

(b) give such assistance to such officer as he may require, and

(c) furnish samples of any substances in the store if so required by such officer.

PART X.-BULK OIL.

110. In this Part-

(a) bulk oil" means petroleum in any container, tank, compartment or receptacle having a capacity of or exceeding 300 gallons, but does not include-

(i) lubricating oils, or

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(ii) petroleum certified by the Government analyst or other competent officer of this or any other British Colony or possession to have a flash point above 150° Fahrenheit.

(1) "tank ship

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(c) prescribed place means one of the following places, that is to say-

(i) the wharf at Laichikok belonging to the Standard- Vacuum Oil Company.

(ii) the wharf at North Point belonging to the Asiatic Petroleum Company (South China) Limited.

(iii) the wharf at Tai Kok Tsui belonging to the Asiatic Petroleum Company (South China) Limited.

(iv) the wharf at Tsun Wan belong to the Texas Com- pany (China) Limited.

(d) "Dangerous Goods Anchorage means one of the portions of the Harbour specified in regulation 23 of Table M of the regulations made under the Merchant Shipping Ordin- ance, 1899.

111. Every tank ship arriving in the waters of the Colony carrying bulk oil, and every ship about to load bulk oil, shall hoist by day a Red flag at the fore-truck and the flags R.K.O. of the International code at the main truck and shall show at night a Red light at a height of not less than twenty feet above the topmost deck, and shall keep such Red flag and International code flags flying by day and such Red light showing at night whilst any petroleum is on board, and, after the unloading of bulk oil, until the certificate referred to in Regulation 122 has been issued.

112. Every tank ship carrying bulk oil and bound for a prescribed place shall proceed direct thereto or anchor, and, until permitted by the Harbour Master to remove therefrom, remain at anchor in the Dangerous Goods Anchorage indicated hereunder as appropriate for that destination:-

Destination.

Laichikok

Tai Kok Tsui

North Point

Tsun Wan

Appropriate Anchorage.

Western or Northern

Eastern

Tsun Wan Bay

113. (1) No fire or artificial light shall be used on board any vessel carrying or about to load bulk oil having a flash point below 73° Fahrenheit or at or near any place where such bulk oil is being unloaded or loaded after the holds or tanks are first opened for unloading or loading until such holds or tanks are securely closed down, and, in the case in of unloading, certified to be free from inflammable vapour the manner prescribed by regulation 122.

(2) Paragraph (1) of this regulation shall not prevent- (a) the use of electric or other lighting, heating, cooking, or power apparatus so designed, constructed and maintained as to be incapable of igniting inflammable vapour and not used for supplying power for unloading or loading, or

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engines for supplying power for unloading or loading: provided that such approval shall not be necessary if the unloading or loading is taking place at a prescribed place.

114. (1) The holds and tanks of every tank ship carry- ing bulk oil shall be kept closed to the air, except so far as may be necessary for the unloading or loading of the contents thereof, so long as such ship is within the waters of the Colony.

(2) The upper opening of every ventilator connected with any hold or tank of a tank ship shall be covered with double fine brass wire gauze having a mesh of not less than 28 to the linear inch.

(3) Paragraph (2) of this regulation shall not apply to any ventilator which forms part of a ventilating system approved by Lloyds or a similar classification society.

115. All bulk oil shall be unloaded and loaded by means of hoses and/or steel pipes, and direct into storage tanks, and, so soon as any unloading is completed, the hoses and every pipe directly connected to the ship shall be emptied.

116. Except with the permission of the Harbour Master, no bulk oil shall be unloaded or loaded between the hours of sunset and sunrise, and, in any case where the unload- ing or loading is not completed by sunset, all necessary steps shall be taken by the inaster of the vessel from or into which the unloading or loading is taking place, or by the person in charge of the wharf where the unloading or loading is taking place, to prevent the escape of any oil which then remains in any hose or pipe.

117. No bulk oil shall be unloaded or loaded except at a prescribed place.

118. Every tank ship proceeding from the Western Dangerous Goods Anchorage to the prescribed place at Laichikok or to the prescribed place at Tai Kok Tsui shall pass to the north of Stonecutters Island.

119. So long as any tank ship is moored at or made fast to any prescribed place, two certificated officers of the ship, of whom one shall be a deck officer, shall remain on board.

120. No bulk oil, and no liquid containing any propor- tion of bulk oil shall be discharged into the harbour from any tank ship or from any prescribed place.

121. (1) Any berth at any prescribed place may be used for any of the following purposes, that is to say :-

(a) Unloading or loading of case oil in accordance with the provisions of Part XI of these regulations,

(b) Unloading of empty drums and other receptacles for conveyance to premises licensed for the storage of case oil,

(c) Loading bulk oil into bunkers, or

(d) Any other purpose,

so long as there is, at the time of such user, no vessel along- side such berth which is loaded with, or is about to load, or has recently unloaded, bulk oil.

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(2) Not more than one tank ship carrying bulk oil shall go or remain alongside any berth at any prescribed place at any one time.

(3) When a tank ship is unloading or loading bulk oil at a berth, no other vessel of any description shall go or remain alongside such berth or alongside such tank ship, except for the purpose of transhipment of bulk oil or case oil, or other products of petroleum.

122. (1) Every tank ship from which all bulk oil has been unloaded shall remain at the prescribed place where such unloading was completed and shall not move therefrom, without the permission of the Harbour Master, except for the purpose of proceeding to sea or owing to stress of weather, until--

(a) every tank, compartment, and pipe which has con- tained bulk oil has been thoroughly cleansed and ventilated the removal of all oil and inflammable vapour therefrom, and

(b) a certificate to that effect has been issued by an approved person.

(2) Every such certificate shall specify in detail the tank, compartment, or pipe to which it refers.

(3) Until such certificate has been issued, no naked lights or unguarded electric lamps shall be brought near or into any tank, compartment or pipe which has contained bulk oil.

(4) Every tank ship which has unloaded a portion of a cargo of bulk oil at any prescribed place shall, on moving therefrom, proceed direct to another prescribed place.

123.--(1) No tank ship carrying bulk oil shall, except owing to stress of weather or with the permission of the Harbour Master, remain stationary in the waters of the Colony except at a Dangerous Goods Anchorage or at a prescribed place, and no such tank ship, and no tank ship which has recently unloaded bulk oil shall, except for the purpose of proceeding to a prescribed place, pass through the harbour without the permission of the Harbour Master: provided that it shall be lawful for the Harbour Master, on being satisfied that, in respect of any such tank ship, all reasonable precautions have been taken to prevent accident, to permit such tank ship to proceed to and remain stationary at such other place as he may assign, and, if he thinks fit, to pass through the harbour for the purpose of proceeding thereto.

(2) An appeal shall lie to the Governor in Council from any refusal of the Harbour Master to permit any such tank ship to proceed to such other place as aforesaid.

PART XI.-CASE OIL.

124. In this Part-

CC

(a) case cil" means petroleum contained in barrels, drums, tins, or other containers, but does not include-

(i) lubricating oils, or

(ii) petroleum certified by the Government Analyst or other competent officer of this or any other British Colony or possession to have a flash point above 150° Fahrenheit.

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(b) prescribed place' means one of the following places, that is to say-

(i) The wharf at Laichikok belonging to the Standard -Vacuum Oil Company.

(ii) That portion of the sea wall at the New Praya, Kennedy Town, which lies between the harbour and the property belonging to the Asiatic Petroleum Company (South China) Limited and registered in the Land Office as Section A of Marine Lot No. 245.

(iii) The wharf at North Point belonging to the Asiatic Petroleum Company (South China) Limited.

(iv) The wharf at Tai Kok Tsui belonging to the Asiatic Petroleum Company (South China) Limited.

(v) The wharf at Tsun Wan belonging to the Texas Com- pany (China) Limited.

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                 means one of the portions of the Harbour specified in regulation 23 of Table M of the regulations made under the Merchant Shipping Ordin- ance, 1899.

125. Every ship arriving at any port in the Colony carrying case oil, and every ship about to load case oil shall hoist by day a Red flag at the fore-truck and the flags R.K.O. of the International Code at the main truck, and shall show at night a Red Light at a height of not less than twenty feet above the topmost deck, and shall keep such Red flag and International Code flags flying by day and such Red light showing at night whilst any case oil is on board, and, after the unloading of case oil, until the certificate referred to in regulation 135 (1) has been issued.

126. Every ship carrying case oil shall proceed direct to a prescribed place or anchor in a Dangerous Goods Anchorage and shall not except at a prescribed place go alongside any wharf or shift berth without the permission of the Harbour Master.

127. (1) If any part of the cargo of case oil carried in or to be loaded into any ship consists of inflammable liquids having a flashpoint below 73° Fahrenheit, no part of such cargo shall be loaded or unloaded without the permission of the Harbour Master.

(2) Such permission shall be withheld unless-

(a) the inflammable liquids having a flash point below 73° Fahrenheit are securely packed in-

(i) drums or barrels made of soft iron or mild steel with all joints riveted or soldered or welded and with rolling hoops either shrunk on or formed in the metal of the drum or barrel, and having a well-fitting screw bung, the boss of which is riveted or soldered or welded to the drum or barrel, or

(ii) strong hermetically sealed metal drums (commonly called insurance drums") each having a capacity not exceeding ten gallons, or

(iii) strong hermetically sealed tins furnished with caps of a pattern approved by the Harbour Master each having a capacity not exceeding four gallons, and enclosed in wooden cases each holding not more than two tins, and having sides, top and bottom not less than three-eighths of an inch in thickness and ends not less than three quarters of an inch in thickness, fastened together by nails not less than one and three quarter inches in length, and

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(b) each barrel, drum, or tin is so filled as to leave an air space equal at least to one twentieth of the capacity of the barrel, drum, or tin, and

(c) the master of the ship shall, if so required by the Harbour Master, have obtained from an approved person a report stating the nature and quality of the inflammable liquids having a flash point below 73° Fahrenheit.

128. The following provisions shall be observed with regard to the carriage in ships of inflammable liquids having a flash point below 73° Fahrenheit and stowed under hatches:- (a) Such liquids shall be carried in iron or steel ships

only.

(b) Such liquids shall be stored well away from naked lights, fires and other sources of heat.

(c) The bulkheads dividing the holds or compartments containing such liquids shall be gas tight and without openings and any bilge sluices communicating with such holds or com- partments shall be and remain effectively sealed.

(d) Every hold or compartment containing any such liquid shall be, so far as is practicable, hermetically sealed.

(e) When such liquids form only a portion of the total cargo in a hold or compartment, efficient ventilators shall be provided in such numbers and in such positions as the Harbour Master shall direct.

(f) Such ventilators shall project into the hold or com- partment as follows:-

(i). One half of the total number shall project to a level not more than six inches above the covering or ceiling of the hold or compartment and shall be marked "Inlet" and

(ii) the other half shall project to a level not more than three inches below the underside of the deck and shall be marked "Outlet".

(g) Every such ventilator shall have a large cowl head and shall be covered at its upper end with double fine brass wire gauze having a mesh of not less than 28 to the linear inch.

(4) All electric cables passing through the hold or com- partment shall be disconnected: provided that this paragraph shall not apply to cables supplying power for unloading or loading which are of such design and construction as to prevent them being damaged by cargo.

129. All case oil shall be loaded and unloaded at a Dangerous Goods Anchorage or at a prescribed place, or at such other place as may be approved by the Harbour Master.

130. No barrel, drum, tin or other container which is in a leaky or damaged condition shall be loaded into any vessel within the waters of the Colony.

131. The master of every ship entering the waters of the Colony and carrying case oil, shall, if he has reason to suppose that any of the containers is in a leaky or damaged condition, forthwith notify the Harbour Master thereof and proceed to such place as the Harbour Master shall direct.

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132. Every barrel, drum, tin or other container which is in a leaky or damaged condition shall be unloaded at a prescribed place and shall be thence conveyed with all reason- able speed into some premises specified in a valid licence to store petroleum in bulk.

133. No case oil, and no liquid containing any propor- tion of case oil, shall be discharged into the harbour from any ship or vessel or from any premises or place on shore.

134. (1) No fire or artificial light shall be used on board any vessel carrying or about to load case oil having a flash point below 73° Fahrenheit or at or near any place where any such case oil is being unloaded or loaded after the holds are first opened for unloading or loading until the holds are securely closed down, and in the case of unloading, certified to be free from inflammable vapour in the manner prescribed by regulation 135 (1).

(2) This regulation shall not prevent-

(a) the use of electric or other lighting, heating, cooking, or power apparatus so designed, constructed, and maintained as to be incapable of igniting inflammable vapour and not used for supplying power for unloading or loading, or

(b) subject to the approval of the Harbour Master, the use of steam boilers, electric motors, or internal combustion engines for supplying power for unloading or loading: provided that such approval shall not be necessary if the unloading or loading is taking place at a prescribed place.

135.-(1) Every ship which has carried-

(a) more than 500 cases of case oil, or

(b) any case oil in any leaky or damaged barrel, drum, or tin shall, after the case oil has been unloaded, remain at or proceed without delay to a Dangerous Goods Anchorage, and shall not move therefrom, without the permission of the Harbour Master, except for the purpose of proceeding to sea or owing to stress of weather, until-

(i) every hold which has contained case oil has been thoroughly cleansed and ventilated by the removal therefrom of all oil and inflammable vapour, and

(ii) a certificate to that effect has been issued by an approved person.

(2) Until such certificate has been issued, no naked lights or unguarded electric lamps shall be brought near or into any hold which has contained case oil.

(3) The master of every such ship shall, on handing over the vessel to any person for repairs or painting, inform such person in writing that the vessel has carried case oil.

(4) Paragraph (3) of this regulation shall not apply if the unloading of all case oil from the ship has been completed more than fourteen days before the ship is handed over for repairs or painting.

136. Except where repugnant to or inconsistent with the regulations in this Part, and unless otherwise expressly pro- vided, the regulations for the time being in force relating

to-

(a) the movement by land and water of dangerous goods,

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(b) the storage of dangerous goods, and

(c) the anchorage of ships and vessels carrying or about

to load dangerous goods

shall apply to the movement and storage of case oil from, to, and in any premises specified in a valid licence to store petroleum in bulk and to the anchorage of vessels carrying or about to load case oil.

PART XII.-PETROLEUM LIGHTERS AND JUNKS.

General Regulations.

137. These general regulations apply to all lighters and junks intended or used for carrying petroleum.

138.--(1) The capacity of every lighter having its own means of propulsion shall not exceed 500 tons.

(2) The capacity of every lighter not having its own means of propulsion shall not exceed 600 tons.

139. Every lighter intended or used for carrying petro- leum in bulk shall be provided with oil-tight bulkheads forward and aft of the hold, and no bulkhead shall be pierced or fitted with a sluice.

140. Every tank not fitted with expansion trunks shall be so filled as to leave an air space equal to at least one- twentieth of the capacity of the tank.

141. (1) Ventilators properly protected with double fine brass wire gauze having a mesh of not less than 28 to the linear inch shall be fitted to all spaces round tanks.

(2) Paragraph (1) of this regulation, in so far as it relates to the protection of ventilators, shall not apply to any venti- lator which forms part of a ventilating system approved by Lloyds or a similar classification society.

142. Every lighter or junk shall be properly equipped with anchors, chains, chain or wire rope grapplings, windlass, and mooring and towing bitts.

143. Every lighter or junk shall have the names of the owner and of the lighter or junk and the number of the licence issued in respect thereof painted on the stern in letters not less than six inches in height.

144. No lighter or junk shall be unloaded in any part of the Harbour between sunset and sunrise, and no lighter or junk shall lie at a Dangerous Goods Anchorage for a longer period than 24 hours before leaving for its destination.

145. No loaded lighter or junk shall remain in the waters of the Colony for longer than 24 hours except at the port of Tsun Wan, or at one of the prescribed places specified in regulation 110 (e).

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24 hours shall be deemed to be in the possession of the owner of such lighter or junk within the meaning of section 10 of the Ordinance.

(2) Paragraph (1) of this regulation shall not apply if the lighter or junk is prevented by stress of weather from leaving the waters of the Colony.

147. No loaded lighter or junk shall be navigated in the Harbour except at such a time as shall permit as far as possible of the prompt discharge of its cargo on arrival at its destination.

148. No loaded lighter or junk shall be navigated in the Harbour in a fog.

149. No loaded lighter or junk and no lighter or junk fitted with a tank or tanks shall be navigated or lie in the Harbour unless a red metal flag not less than 18 inches square is exhibited upon such lighter or junk where it can best be seen, and no tug shall tow any such lighter or junk without exhibiting a similar flag.

150.-(1) Not more than four loaded lighters or junks shall be towed together at one time by a tug.

(2) Not more than three loaded lighters or junks shall be towed by a lighter having its own means of propulsion.

(3) Loaded lighters or junks shall not be towed more than two abreast.

(4) Not more than two loaded lighters or junks shall be towed in single line.

151. No tug employed in towing one or more loaded lighters or junks shall at the same time tow any other vessel.

152. Every tug in attendance upon or towing any lighter or junk shall carry all necessary specially designed lamps, previously approved by the Harbour Master, for the use of such lighter or junk in the event of its having to moor or anchor on account of fog or other exceptional causes.

153. All lamps required for the showing of lights upon any lighter or junk, moored or anchored owing to fog or other exceptional causes and not equipped with its own lamps,-

(a) shall be obtained from the tug in attendance upon or towing such lighter or junk,

(b) shall not be lighted or extinguished on board such lighter or junk, and

(c) shall be returned to the tug from which they were obtained immediately after use.

154. Chain cable shall be used for anchoring or other- wise securing a lighter, provided that wire rope may be used for securing a lighter alongside a wharf.

155. No manhole or valve cover shall be opened and no loading or unloading shall take place on any lighter or junk unless the Master thereof is in full control thereof and is exercising personal supervision over such lighter or junk.

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156. No tank or other receptacle having a capacity exceeding 140 gallons, and carried or intended to be carried in a lighter or junk, shall be repaired in any manner involving the use of hot rivets or other source of artificial heat until the owner or master of such lighter or junk has produced to the Harbour Master a certificate by an approved person that the tank or other receptacle has been thoroughly ventilated and rendered free from inflammable vapour.

157. The master of a lighter or junk shall not cause or permit any fire or artificial light or matches or other means of producing ignition to be used upon such lighter or junk, or smoke or permit smoking to take place on board at any time.

158. Every person on board a lighter or junk who has any matches or other means of ignition in his possession shall deposit the same with the master of the lighter or junk and every such person and every person about to go on board a lighter or junk shall submit to being searched by any duly authorized officer of the Government.

159. No bilges of a lighter or junk except engine-room bilges shall be pumped when such lighter or junk is in any confined waters or is alongside any petroleum ship or tug.

160. A copy in English and Chinese of the regulations in this Part shall be posted by the owner or master of every lighter or junk in a suitable and conspicuous place on such lighter or junk.

Special Regulations A.

161. These special regulations apply to lighters and junks intended or used for carrying petroleum having a flash point of or below 150° Fahrenheit.

162.-(1) No petroleum shall be carried in any lighter or junk within the waters of the Colony, unless such lighter or junk is duly licensed for that purpose by the Harbour Master.

(2) The Harbour Master may refuse to issue a licence in respect of any lighter or junk which is not constructed and equipped in the manner prescribed by the regulations in this Part.

163. Every lighter shall be constructed of iron or steel to a specification approved by the Harbour Master, and any electric wiring and fittings shall be in accordance with the rules made by the Institution of Electrical Engineers, Lloyds, or a similar classification society and relating to electrical equipment in ships.

164. (1) Every junk shall be of a type and construction approved by the Harbour Master, and each hold shall be so constructed as to form, when the hold is fully loaded, a retaining space capable of containing the contents of all the containers in the hold.

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(3) The loading of every lighter and junk with petroleum shall be under the direction of a responsible person, who shall, in respect of every junk, satisfy himself that no leaky or damaged receptable has been loaded.

(4) All case oil carried on any junk shall be contained in barrels or drums or in tins in cases: provided that tins con- taining kerosene need not be enclosed in cases.

165. Every lighter shall be well and substantially con- structed with scantlings of ample dimensions in proportion to the size of the lighter.

166. Every lighter having its own means of propulsion shall be fitted with a heavy wood belting running fore and aft and as near the deck as practicable.

167.-(1) All tanks shall be of steel or iron and of a capacity not exceeding 150 tons. Any longitudinal bulkhead in a tank shall be perforated near the bottom.

(2) This regulation shall not apply to any tank carried in a junk and not exceeding one thousand gallons in capacity.

168.--(1) Sufficient space to admit of examination of every part of the tank shall be left between the hull and bulkheads of every lighter or junk and the sides or walls of every tank carried thereby and permanently fitted therein.

(2) If the tank is so constructed and fitted as to be capable of removal from the lighter or junk for testing under water pressure, the space between the hull and bulkheads of the lighter or junk and the sides or walls of the tank shall be sufficient to minimise as far as practicable the risk of damage to the tank in the event of collision.

169. The space between the bulkheads of every lighter or junk shall be of such capacity as will render it impossible for any petroleum leaking from one or more of the tanks carried by such lighter or junk to rise to a level higher than twelve inches below the deck.

170. Every tank not fitted with expansion trunks shall be fitted with an internal horizontal bar or other approved device or contrivance to indicate the level to which the tank filled in compliance with regulation 140.

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171. Every tank shall be fitted with independent ap- proved suction pipes and valves or with standpipes with blank flanges for the discharge of the contents of the tank, and with manholes having screw-down covers with spirit-tight joints.

172. No stove shall be fitted, and no provision shall be made for making a fire by any means on any lighter or junk.

173. The motive power of every lighter having its own. means of propulsion shall be provided by such means as shall be approved by the Government Marine Surveyor.

174. Every part of the engine and machinery of every lighter having its own means of propulsion shall be placed at the stern of the lighter and entirely separated from the cargo or tank space by a cofferdam consisting of two transverse spirit-proof bulkheads at least two feet apart.

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175.-(1) For the purpose of extinguishing fire, every lighter having its own means of propulsion shall carry cylinders charged with carbon dioxide gas under pressure.

(2) The total volume of such cylinders shall be equal, at normal atmospheric pressure, to one fifth of the capacity of the engine room of the lighter.

(3) Such cylinders shall be fitted in a cool place outside the engine room of the lighter and the outlets of the delivery pipes shall be in such positions inside the engine room as may be approved by the Government Marine Surveyor and the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade.

(4) The outlets of the delivery pipes shall be fitted with. fusible plugs capable of being punctured from the deck.

(5) The delivery pipes and fittings shall be of robust

construction.

(6) Subject to the approval of the Government Marine Surveyor and the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade, some other device, contrivance or arrangement, equal in efficiency to such cylinders, may be provided for extinguishing fire.

176. Every lighter having its own means of propulsion shall carry in open bins a quantity of dry sand proportionate to the length of the hull of the lighter in the following ratio, that is to say, one cubic foot of sand to every complete twenty feet in length of the hull, and shall also carry shovels in the engine room in readiness for use with the sand in case of fire.

177. Every junk and every lighter having its own means of propulsion shall be equipped with at least two safety lamps. of a pattern and design previously approved by the Harbour Master.

178. Every lighter or junk not having its own means of propulsion shall be fitted with such foam extinctive apparatus as may

be approved by the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade and the Harbour Master.

179. Every lighter or junk not having its own means of propulsion, when carrying inflammable liquids having a flash point below 73° Fahrenheit in the waters of the Colony in quantities exceeding fifty gallons shall carry-

(1) a box or tank or buckets containing in all not less than 100 pounds of dry sand; and

(2) Chemical foam extinguishers of a type approved by the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade in such positions as to be immediately available for use at all times.

180. Every application for a licence for a lighter or junk shall be accompanied by a certificate of construction from the Government Marine Surveyor or other competent authority approved by the Harbour Master, and every applica- tion for the renewal of a licence shall be accompanied by a certificate of survey from the Government Marine Surveyor.

181. (1) No loaded lighter or junk, other than a lighter having its own means of propulsion, shall be navigated in the Harbour except in tow of, or attended by an efficient tug propelled by steam or other mechanical power.

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(2) No loaded lighter or junk shall be towed alongside a tug.

182. Subject to the provisions of regulations 153 and 177 no lighter or junk shall have on board any light or lamp or other means of giving light except electric lamps of a pattern previously approved by the Harbour Master.

183. Before any loaded lighter or junk is moved from the wharf, quay, petroleum ship, or other place at which it has been loaded,

(1) all manholes shall be screwed down and rendered gas tight, and

(2) all valves on suction pipes shall be closed.

184. No manhole or valve shall be opened while any loaded lighter or junk is under way, or until it has been made fast to the quay, wharf or other place at which it is to be unloaded.

185. It shall be the duty of the Master of every loaded lighter or junk to prevent the access thereto of any un- authorized person and to take all possible precautions against fire.

186. All manholes and valves opened for loading or unloading any lighter or junk shall be securely closed immediately such loading or unloading is completed.

187. No lighter or junk shall be moved, and no tug shall be permitted by the master of the lighter or junk to approach, until all manholes and valves opened for loading or unloading have been securely closed.

188. The Harbour Master may exempt any lighter or junk from the provisions of any or all of the regulations in this Part, if he is satisfied that compliance therewith would be impracticable.

189. Lighters and junks constructed prior to the coming into operation of these regulations shall be exempt from the provisions of the regulations in this Part for such period as the Harbour Master shall think fit.

Special Regulations B.

190. These special regulations apply to lighters and junks intended or used for carrying petroleum in liquid form having a flash point above 150° Fahrenheit.

191.-(1) No such petroleum shall be carried in any lighter or junk within the waters of the Colony, unless such. lighter or junk is approved by the Harbour Master.

(2) The loading of lighters and junks with such petroleum shall be under the direction of a responsible person.

192. Any stove or fire on any lighter or junk shall be adequately enclosed by fire resisting partitions and be fitted with a spark arrestor in the flue.

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193. Every lighter and junk must carry-

(a) at least two chemical fire extinguishers, each having a capacity of not less than two gallons, and of a type approved by the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade,

(b) a bin or buckets or both holding in all not less than 100 pounds in weight of dry sand, and

(c) at least three scoops or shovels for throwing sand in the event of fire.

PART XIII.-TRANSPORT ON LAND OF INFLAMMABLE LIQUIDS MADE

FROM PETROLEUM.

Section A.-General Regulations.

194. In this Part-

"petroleum spirit" means inflammable liquid made from petroleum, and

"tank" means the tank or group of tanks carried by one. vehicle used or intended for the transport of petroleum spirit.

Any limitation prescribed by this Part on the capacity of any tank shall be construed as limiting such capacity to the maximum bulk of the contents at whatever degree of tempera-

ture.

195.--(1) Every vehicle, while engaged in the convey- ance of petroleum spirit by road, shall-

(a) if the quantity of the petroleum spirit carried by the vehicle exceeds 1,500 gallons, or if the vehicle is towing another vehicle, and, in either case, if the vehicle is in motion, be constantly attended by at least two persons; and

(b) in any other case, be constantly attended by at least.

one person.

(2) Paragraph (1) of this regulation shall not apply to any vehicle so long as it remains stationary in a place for the time being approved by the Licensing Authority.

196. No fire or artificial light capable of igniting inflam- mable vapour shall be allowed on any vehicle or trailer conveying petroleum spirit, nor shall any explosive substance or substance or article capable of causing fire or explosion be carried on any such vehicle or trailer.

197. Electric lighting shall be employed on every vehicle, trailer, or tractor used in the conveyance of petroleum spirit, and

(i) the pressure of the electric current shall not exceed sixteen volts,

(ii) the circuit shall be heavily insulated, and the wiring shall be so fixed and protected as to reduce as far as possible the risk of damage,

(iii) the generator, battery, switches and fuzes shall be carried in front of the fire-resisting shield mentioned in regula- tions 210 and 218 and the battery shall be in an easily accessible position, and

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(iv) means of cutting off the current close to the battery by a suitable switch shall be provided.

198. Fire extinguishing apparatus to the satisfaction of the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade shall be carried in an accessible position on the vehicle.

199. No person while on or attending to any vehicle or trailer conveying petroleum spirit shall smoke.

200.-(1) Subject to the provisions of regulation 205, petroleum spirit shall not be conveyed on any public vehicle engaged in carrying passengers.

(2) Petroleum spirit shall not be conveyed on any tricycle which is not mechanically propelled.

201. All persons engaged in the loading, unloading or conveyance of petroleum spirit shall observe all precautions necessary for preventing fire or explosion.

202. It shall not be lawful on a highway, to fill or replenish with petroleum spirit the fuel tanks of mechanically driven vehicles direct from vehicles carrying petroleum spirit

in a tank.

203. Every precaution shall be taken to prevent any petroleum spirit escaping into any drain or sewer.

204. The owner of every vehicle or trailer used for the conveyance of petroleum spirit shall furnish a copy of these regulations to, or affix a copy thereof in some place where it can be conveniently read by every person employed in connexion with such conveyance and such owner shall take all other measures necessary to ensure that every such person is acquainted with and carries out the provisions of this Part.

205. This Part shall not apply to the carriage on a vehicle of petroleum spirit for use only in the propulsion of that vehicle.

206. This Part shall not apply to the conveyance on a vehicle (not being a tank wagon or a public vehicle used for the conveyance of passengers) of

(a) petroleum spirit in quantities not exceeding thirty-two gallons contained either in securely closed containers of a capacity not exceeding four gallons each or in securely closed metal cases or drums of a capacity not exceeding ten gallons each, or

(b) petroleum spirit in quantities not exceeding sixty-five gallons contained in a single securely closed steel barrel.

207. The Licensing Authority may, on being satisfied that, in respect of any vehicle or class of vehicles or any mode of conveyance, any of the requirements of this Part may be safely suspended or relaxed, authorize such suspension or relaxation for such period and under such conditions as he may think fit.

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Section B.-Special Regulations relating to the Transport of Petroleum Spirit in Vehicles other than Tank-Wagons.

208. Every vehicle shall be-

(a) strongly constructed,

(b) maintained in good condition throughout, and the sides and back thereof shall be of such a height as will prevent any part of the load from falling from the vehicle.

209.-(1) The petroleum spirit shall be contained in strong metal containers, securely closed, and in good con- dition.

(2) Every container which has contained petroleum spirit and which is conveyed with any container containing any petroleum spirit shall be securely closed.

(3) No container shall be so loaded as to project beyond the side or back of the vehicle.

(4) The load of containers shall be protected from sparks, lighted matches, and fire of external origin by a fixed or loose cover made of fire-resisting material.

210.--(1) If the vehicle is mechanically propelled-

(a) the engine shall be of the internal combustion type, and

(b) the engine, fuel tank, electric batteries (if any), and exhaust system shall be effectively screened from the body of the vehicle by a fire-resisting shield which shall project upwards to a point above the topmost level of the load when the vehicle is fully loaded, and downwards to a point not more than twelve inches from the ground: Provided that if the vehicle is fitted with an all steel cab the rear of such cab shall be deemed to constitute part of the shield for the purposes of this regulation.

(2) Paragraph (1) (b) of this regulation shall not apply to any fuel tank which-

(a) is fitted with a fuel feed apparatus, screened from the body of the vehicle by such fire-resisting shield, for the purpose of lifting the fuel from the fuel tank to the engine,

(b) is protected from blows by the frame of the chassis of the vehicle or by strong steel guards,

(c) has a lock fitted to the filling hole cover, and

(d) contains fuel having a flash point above 150° Fahrenheit.

(3) Every window in such fire-resisting shield shall be fitted with wired glass.

(4) Every fuel feed pipe in connexion with a gravity feed shall be fitted with a quick-action cut off valve in a position easily accessible and clearly marked.

(5) This regulation shall not apply in any case where any vehicle carrying petroleum spirit breaks down, and the load thereon is transferred to a vehicle not complying with the requirements of this regulation for the purpose of conveying the load to its destination.

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(6) No vehicle not complying with the requirements of regulation shall be used for the conveyance of petroleum spirit if a vehicle which complies with such requirements is, or, within a reasonable time, will be, available for such conveyance.

Section C.-Special Regulations relating to Transport of Petroleum spirit in Tank Wagons.

211. Every mechanically propelled tank wagon used for the conveyance of petroleum spirit shall be constructed in accordance with the provisions of regulations 218 and 219 and shall be maintained in good condition throughout.

212. The capacity of a tank wagon shall not-

(a) exceed 1,500 gallons unless the Licensing Authority shall approve the design of the vehicle as suitable for the conveyance of quantities of petroleum spirit exceeding 1,500 gallons,

(b) in any case, exceed 2,500 gallons.

213. The filling and dipping pipes shall be kept securely closed at all times except during the operations of filling or emptying a tank wagon.

214. Where the filling pipes are not provided with a liquid seal, the covers of such pipes shall be kept locked or sealed at all times except during the operation of filling or emptying the tank (if the filling pipe is also used for such latter purpose), and no keys of any such locks shall be carried on the tank wagon.

215. During the filling or emptying of the tank wagon the following precautions shall be observed :

(i) If the wagon is mechanically propelled the engine shall be stopped during such time as the filling or emptying is proceeding and shall not be started until all tanks have been securely closed,

(ii) adequate provision shall be made to prevent the accumulation of a dangerous static charge of electricity, and

(iii) the vehicle shall be constantly attended by a com- petent person.

216. No containers containing any petroleum spirit shall be carried on any tank wagon used for the conveyance of petroleum spirit unless such tank wagon is so constructed as to comply with the special regulations in Section B of this Part.

217. No tank, or self-contained compartment thereof, which has a capacity exceeding 140 gallons shall be repaired in any manner involving the use of hot rivets or other source or artificial heat until a certificate by an approved person that the tank or self-contained compartment has been thoroughly ventilated and rendered free from inflammable vapour has been produced to the Licensing Authority.

218.-(1) Every tank wagon, including the tank and fittings shall be strongly constructed of fire resisting materials.

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The engine shall be of the internal combustion

(3) The engine, fuel tank, electric batteries (if any), and exhaust system shall be effectively screened from the body of the tank wagon by a fire-resisting shield which shall project downwards to a point not more than twelve inches from the ground, and upwards-

(a) to a point level with the top of the tank, unless the roof of the driver's cab is constructed of fire-resisting material and without any opening,

(b) in any case, to a point level with the roof of the driver's cab :

Provided that, if the driver's cab is, with the exception of any windows therein, constructed of steel throughout, the rear of such cab shall be deemed to constitute part of the shield for the purposes of this regulation.

(4) Paragraph (3) of this regulation shall not apply to any fuel tank which

(a) is fitted with a fuel feed apparatus, screened from the body of the tank wagon by the fire-resisting shield, for the purpose of lifting the fuel from the fuel tank to the engine, (b) is protected from blows by the frame of the chassis of the tank wagon or by strong steel guards,

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(c) has a lock fitted to the filling hole cover, and

(d) contains fuel having a flash point above 150° Fahren-

(5) Every window in the fire-resisting shield shall be fitted with wired glass.

(6) Every fuel feed pipe shall be fitted with a quick- action cut off valve in a position easily accessible and clearly marked.

(7)-(a) A space of at least six inches shall intervene between the front of the tank and the fire-resisting shield.

(b) Such space shall at all times be kept clear and unobstructed and shall not be used to accommodate any equipment, article, or thing.

(8) The tank, if not a component part of the frame of the tank wagon, shall be securely attached thereto provided that a removable tank securely fastened to a cradle may be used on any vehicle which complies with the regulations in Section B of this Part as well as with the regulations in this Section.

(9) Every tank having a capacity exceeding 600 gallons shall be divided into self-contained compartments, each having a capacity not exceeding 600 gallons, or shall be fitted with efficient baffle plates to prevent surge.

(10)-(a) Every draw-off pipe shall be fitted with an internal valve, a strong and secure tap, and a strong and

secure screw cap.

(b) Every such tap shall be either enclosed in a strong locked box made of fire resisting material, or protected against blows by the frame of the chassis of the tank wagon or by strong steel guards.

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(c) Every such tap situated at the rear of the tank wagon shall be protected by the rear cross member of the frame, protection being afforded also when necessary to the lower rear portion of the tank.

(d) Sub-paragraph (a) of this paragraph, so far as it relates to the provision of an internal valve, shall not apply to any draw-off pipe connected to a tank which is emptied by a siphon system.

(e) Sub-paragraphs (b) and (c) of this paragraph shall not apply to any tap which is

(i) fitted to the tank of a vehicle which complies with the regulations in Section B of this Part as well as with the regula- tions in this Section,

and

(ii) does not project beyond the back of the vehicle,

(iii) is adequately protected against damage from collision.

(11) Every filling pipe shall, unless the cover of the filling opening thereof is fitted with a lock, project into the tank nearly to the bottom of the tank and shall terminate in such a way as to provide at all times a liquid seal at the bottom of the pipe.

(12) Every dipping pipe shall project into the tank to the bottom thereof.

(13) Every ventilating opening, other than a dipping pipe, shall be covered with double fine brass wire gauze having a mesh of not less than 28 to the linear inch, and shall he protected by a cover or by a vacuum pressure relief valve when not in use.

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PART XIV.-STORAGE OF PETROLEUM AT INSTALLATIONS.

219. In this Part-

(1) "heavy oil" means petroleum in liquid form, which has a flash point above 150° Fahrenheit.

(2) "installation" means any place or premises specially prepared for the storage, manipulation or blending of low flash liquid, high flash liquid or heavy oil in any quantity exceeding in the aggregate 1,000 gallons, and specified in a valid licence to store petroleum in such quantity.

(63) "storage shed" means a building within an installa- tion used for the storage of low flash liquid, high flash liquid or heavy oil otherwise than in bulk, and includes a filling shed.

(4) "the proper authority means the Licensing Authority and such other person or persons for the time being appointed by the Governor for administering any of the regulations in this Part.

220. Every installation shall be situated, erected, and maintained on a site specially approved by the Licensing Authority and the Director of Public Works.

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221. The whole area of every installation excluding such part thereof as fronts to any harbour shall be enclosed by enclosure walls to the satisfaction of the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade.

222. No unnecessary act which tends to cause fire or explosion shall be done in any installation, and every precau- tion shall be taken therein to prevent waste oil from passing down drains or water-courses and from reaching shipping.

223. No person shall smoke in any installation except in such part thereof as is specially allocated for smoking.

224. Notices bearing, in English and Chinese, the words "No Smoking" shall be conspicuously posted in every part of every installation where smoking is prohibited.

225. All operations in any installation in connexion with the business carried on therein shall be supervised by the licensee or by some responsible person acting under the orders of the licensee.

226. If fire of any description occurs in an installation, the licensee or some other responsible person shall immediate- ly notify the Fire Brigade.

227. No goods of an inflammable nature, other than low flash liquid, high flash liquid, heavy oil or goods connected with the business of the installation shall be stored or kept in any installation, except with the consent of and subject to the conditions imposed by the proper authority.

228. There shall be provided in every installation such foam-producing apparatus and such other fire-extinguishing appliances as shall be required by the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade, and all persons employed in an installation shall be instructed periodically in and become conversant with the proper method of using such apparatus and appliances.

229.-(1) Subject to the provisions of regulation 230, every leak in any tank in an installation shall be promptly repaired.

(2) No person shall enter any such tank without the permission of the licensee or other person in charge of the installation.

230.-(1) No tank in any installation shall be repaired in any manner involving the use of hot rivets or other source of artificial heat until a certificate by an approved person that the tank has been thoroughly ventilated and rendered free from inflammable vapour has been produced to the Licensing Authority.

(2) Until such certificate has been issued, no lights or lamps, except portable safety lamps of a type approved by the proper authority, shall be taken into the tank.

231. Every tank in an installation shall be constructed of mild steel plates properly welded or riveted together and canlked, and shall be designed according to sound engineering practice.

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232.-(1) Subject to the provisions of regulation 238 the roof of every tank in an installation shall be impermeable to inflammable vapour.

(2) Nothing in this regulation shall prevent the fitting to any roof of any explosion hatch or other means of releasing pressure exerted from the interior of the tank.

(3) This regulation shall not apply to any floating roof.

233.-(1) Every installation shall be closed, and no work shall be permitted therein, between the hours of sunset and sunrise, unless-

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(a) the installation is lighted by electricity throughout,

(b) special permission to open the installation and to do work therein has been given by the proper authority.

(2) Such permission shall only be given in case of emergency.

234. No fire or naked lights of any description shall be permitted or used in any installation except in such parts thereof as are specially allocated for smoking or consist of offices, living quarters, soldering sheds, laboratories, engine rooms, boiler houses, workshops, or smithies.

235. All electric lamps in and about every tank, storage shed or other place in any installation where low flash liquid or high flash liquid is stored or handled shall be enclosed in a protecting glass cover which shall be so constructed and fitted as to prevent the entry of inflammable vapour.

236.-(1) All switches and fuzes connected to any electrical circuit in any installation shall be enclosed in boxes so constructed and fitted as to prevent the entry of inflam- mable vapour.

(2) No such box shall be situated inside any storage shed or other place where low flash liquid and/or high flash liquid is stored or handled.

237.-(1) An enclosure shall be formed round each tank or group of tanks in an installation either by building a surrounding wall or embankment above ground level or by lowering the tank or group of tanks into an excavation.

(2) The capacity of every such enclosure shall, unless the proper authority otherwise permits, be not less than-

(a) the capacity of the tank or group of tanks, if low flash liquid is contained therein, or

(b) one fourth of the capacity of the tank or group of tanks, if high flash liquid is contained therein.

(3) Every such enclosure shall be so constructed as to prevent the leakage therefrom, in any circumstances what- ever, of any inflammable liquid, whether ignited or not.

238.-(1) Every tank in an installation shall be pro- vided with ventilating openings or with a relief valve of a type approved by the proper authority.

(2) Every ventilating opening shall be covered with two parallel diaphragms, or with a flame arrestor approved by the proper authority.

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(3) Each diaphragm shall be constructed of double fine brass wire gauze having a mesh of not less than 28 to the linear inch.

(4) The space between the diaphragms shall be not less than three inches.

239.-(1) Every storage shed shall be constructed of masonry, iron, or other non-inflammable material, and the floors of every such shed shall be tiled or paved or constructed of earth or concrete.

(2) Such floors may be covered with wooden boards or light wooden flooring for the purpose of preventing damage to the barrels, drums, or tins stored in the storage shed.

240. The doorways and other openings of every storage shed shall be built up to a height of not less than two feet above the level of the ground outside it, or the floor of such shed shall be sunk to a depth of not less than two feet below the level of the ground, or the storage shed shall be surrounded with a masonry wall or embankment or both.

241. Every storage shed shall be adequately ventilated by the provision of ventilators at high and low level.

242. Regulations muumbers 233 to 241 inclusive shall apply only to those portions of installations where low flash liquid and/or high flash liquid is kept for storage, manipulation or blending.

243. (1) Every enclosure formed round any tank or group of tanks, whether in compliance with regulation 237 or otherwise, shall at all times be kept clean and free from waste vegetation and rubbish and accumulations of water.

(2) Every such enclosure shall be drained by a pipe or pipes fitted with a valve or valves of a type approved by the proper authority and operated from a point outside such enclosure.

(3) Every such valve shall be kept closed except when the pipe which it controls is actually in use.

(4) Every such valve shall be fitted with an indicator showing if the valve is open or closed.

(5) The wording on such indicator shall be in English and Chinese.

(6) Paragraphs (4) and (5) of this regulation shall also apply to valves in pipe mains used for conveying low flash liquid, high flash liquid or heavy oil.

244. (1) In every installation--

(a) no point on the perimeter of any tank containing low flash liquid shall be nearer than fifty feet to any point on the perimeter of-

(i) any other tank, or

(ii) any storage shed or other building, or

(iii) the outer boundary of the installation, and

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(b) no point on the perimeter of any tank containing high flash liquid shall be nearer than twenty-five feet to any point on the perimeter of-

(i) any other tank containing high flash liquid or heavy oil, or

(ii) any storage shed or other building, and

(c) no point on the perimeter of any tank containing high flash liquid shall be nearer than fifty feet to any point on the outer boundary of the installation.

(2) Paragraph (1) of this regulation shall not apply to any tank, storage shed, or other building in any installation-

(a) which has been erected on the site shown on plans approved by the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade and the Building Authority prior to the coming into operation of these regulations, or

(b) which was erected before the first day of January 1922, or

(c) which has, owing to the provision of screen walls or the taking of other safety precautions, or to the existence of special circumstances, been exempted by the proper authority from the provisions of paragraph (1) of this regulation.

245.-(1) Every receptacle containing, or intended to contain, any low flash liquid, high flash liquid or heavy oil stored at an installation otherwise than in tanks shall-

(a) be impermeable to inflammable vapour,

(b) be made of galvanized sheet-iron, steel or lead plate, (c) be fitted with well-made filling holes and well-fitting screw plugs or with screw or other air-tight metal caps,

(d) be of such construction as not to become leaky, defective, or insecure except in circumstances of grave negligence or extraordinary accident,

(e) if used to contain low flash liquid, be emptied of all its contents and rendered free from inflammable vapour before being repaired,

(f) be filled only to such extent as will leave sufficient air space to allow of expansion of the contents, and

(g) unless it contains heavy oil, be labelled with the prescribed label before being dispatched from the installation : Provided that it shall not be necessary to label with the prescribed label any tin containing any low flash liquid or high flash liquid if a triangular red label having sides not less than one inch in length is painted or otherwise marked on or securely attached to the top of the tin.

(2) Nothing in paragraph 1 (e) of this regulation shall prevent the repair, at the time of filling, of such small leaks in any receptacle as are normally repaired at such time.

(3) Every soldering iron which is used in any instal- lation for applying solder to any such receptable, and which is not heated by electricity, shall be heated in a building separate from that in which it is intended to be used.

246. The licensee of every installation shall at all times permit the proper authority and the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade and any officer duly authorized by either of them

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respectively to enter the installation and to inspect all tanks, storage sheds, pipes, and other erections, buildings, and things therein for the purpose of ascertaining if the regula- tions in this Part are being complied with by the licensee.

247. A copy of the regulations in this Part, in English and in Chinese, shall be kept conspicuously posted in every storage shed and near every group of tanks in every installa- tion.

PART XV.-STORAGE OF CATEGORY 4 DANGEROUS GOODS IN GODOWNS.

248. In this Part.--

(a) "container" means any tin, case,

drun, or tank

used or intended to contain Category 4 dangerous goods stored or kept in a godown, and

(b) "godown" means any place specified in a valid licence to store Category 4 dangerous goods in quantities exceeding 500 gallons.

249. Every godown shall be situated in an industrial or semi-industrial area and on such a site as may be approved by the Licensing Authority and the Director of Public Works.

250. Every godown shall be constructed of brick, reinforced concrete, or other incombustible material approved by the Licensing Authority.

251. Every godown shall be provided with a space (in the regulations in this Part called a "retaining space") sufficient in capacity to contain the whole of the contents of the maximum number of containers which may at any one time be stored or kept in the godown.

252. Every retaining space shall be formed either-

(a) by lowering the floor of the godown below ground level, or

(b) by raising the sills of all doors and other openings above ground level, or

(c) by both lowering the floor and raising the sills, or (d) by surrounding the godown with a masonry wall or embankment or both.

253. The walls of every godown shall be impervious to liquids and inflammable vapour up to a point level with the topmost horizontal plane of the retaining space.

254.-(1) Every godown shall be adequately ventilated at high and low level and lighted at high level.

(2) Every low level ventilator shall--

(a) be not more than twelve inches square,

(b) be situated above the topmost horizontal plane of the retaining space,

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(c) be covered internally by double fine brass wire gauze having a mesh of not less than 28 to the linear inch, and

(d) be protected externally by small mesh iron gratings. (3) Every ventilating aperture at high level shall---- (a) be situated in the roof or as near as possible to the top of the walls, 4

(b) be constructed with a steel frame,

(c) consist partly of a ventilator which shall be covered with double fine brass wire gauze having a mesh of not less than 28 to the linear inch and partly of wired glass not less than one quarter of an inch in thickness.

255. Nothing in regulation 254 shall prevent the pro- vision and use of metal shutters for all ventilators and apertures as a protection against inclement weather.

256. No container shall be stored above the lower chord of truss.

257. In any godown which is not a separate building, no container shall be stored nearer to any wall than two feet, and the Licensing Authority may, in addition, require that stacks of containers be separated by a gangway.

258.-(1) No soldering shall be carried out in any godown except in such part thereof as is so constructed as to form a separate compartment divided from the godown by a wall made of material which is incombustible and impervious to liquids and inflammable vapour.

(2) The floor of every such compartment shall be lowered below ground level to such a depth as will form a space, below ground level, capable of containing the whole of the contents of the maximum number of containers which may at any one time be kept in such compartment.

259.-(1) All leaky and damaged containers shall be stored in metal trays either in a storage place separate from the godown or in a part of the godown so constructed as to form a separate compartment divided from the godown by a wall made of material which is incombustible and impervious to liquids and inflammable vapour.

(2) Every such storage place and compartment shall be adequately ventilated.

(3) The floor of every such storage place and compart- ment shall be constructed of concrete and shall be lowered below ground level to such a depth as will form a space, below ground level, capable of containing the whole of the contents of the maximum number of containers which may at any one time be kept in such storage place or compartment.

260. Every place or compartment intended and used for soldering or for the storage of leaky or damaged containers shall be situated in such a position as shall be approved by the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade.

261. No light, explosives, fire, matches or other sub- stance capable of igniting inflammable liquids or vapour shall be allowed in any godown.

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262. Notices prohibiting smoking, in English and Chinese, shall be conspicuously displayed in and about every godown.

263. No combustible article not connected with the storage of inflammable liquids shall be stored in any godown.

264. No drain outlet or sewer connexion shall be within any godown.

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265. Every godown shall be closed from 6 6 a.m. during the period from the 1st October to the 31st March, inclusive, and from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. during the period from 1st April to 30th September, inclusive.

266. Nothing shall be done to or in any godown which will diminish or tend to diminish the retaining space, and such retaining space and all walls, pumps, pipes and other works shall be maintained in good repair at all times.

267. No container or retaining space having a capacity exceeding 140 gallons shall be repaired in any manner involv- ing the use of hot rivets or other source of artificial heat until a certificate by an approved person that the container or retaining space has been thoroughly ventilated and rendered free from inflammable vapour has been produced to the Licensing Authority.

268. Every container shall be labelled with the pre- scribed label before being despatched from any godown: Provided that it shall not be necessary to label with the prescribed label any tin containing any low flash liquid or high flash liquid if a triangular red label having sides not less than one inch in length is painted or otherwise marked on or securely attached to the top of the tin.

269. Fire extinguishing apparatus shall be provided in every godown to the satisfaction of the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade.

270. The licensee of every godown shall on the request of the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade furnish him with particulars of the quantity or quantities of Category 4.dan- gerous goods stored in the godown.

271. Application for the renewal of a licence issued in respect of any godown shall be made not less than one month. prior to the expiration of the then current licence.

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272. In this Part,-

(a) "storage place" means any premises specified in a valid licence to store Category 4 dangerous goods having a flash point not above 150° Fahrenheit in quantities not exceed- ing in the aggregate 500 gallons.

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(b) "container" means any receptacle used in a storage place for the storage of any Category 4 dangerous goods.

273. Every storage place used for the storage of quantities of Category 4 dangerous goods not exceeding in the aggregate 100 gallons shall be situated in an area approved by the Licensing Authority and the Director of Public Works.

274. Every storage place used for the storage of quantities of Category 4 dangerous goods exceeding in the aggregate 100 gallons but not exceeding in the aggregate 500 gallons, shall be situated in such an area and on such a site as may be specially approved by the Licensing Authority and the Director of Public Works.

275. Every storage place shall be built of such materials as the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade and the Building Authority shall approve.

276.--(1) Every storage place shall be provided with- (4) ventilators situated in the roof or as near as possible to the top of the walls, and

(b) ventilators situated immediately above the level of the door sill.

(2) Every ventilator shall be covered internally with double fine brass wire gauze having a mesh of not less than 28 to the linear inch and externally with iron gratings,

277.-(1).The door of every storage place shall be constructed of fire-resisting material.

(2) The level of the door sill shall be not less than twelve inches above the level of the floor of the storage place.

278. Subject to the provisions of regulations 276 and 277, there shall be no openings in any wall of any storage place.

279. No storage place which forms part of any building shall be situated under or near any staircase, external fire escape, or other means of egress likely to be used for escape in case of fire, unless the storage place is separated from the staircase, external fire escape, or other means of egress by a substantial fire-resisting partition.

280. All tanks, roofs, floors and walls, and all pipes, pumps, machinery and apparatus used in any storage place shall at all times be maintained in a thorough state of repair and free from leakage.

281. No alteration shall be made to any tank or to any special apparatus used in connexion therewith in any storage place without the permission of the Licensing Authority and the Building Authority.

282. Due precautions shall at all times be taken to prevent any Category 4 dangerous goods from entering any sewer or any drain communicating with any sewer,

                        or the harbour, or any watercourse.

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283. No light, explosives, fire, matches, or any other substance capable of igniting any Category dangerous goods or vapour therefrom shall be taken into or kept in any storage place.

284. The licensee of every storage place shall permit the Building Authority, the Government Analyst, any Assistant Government Analyst, or any officer duly authorized by the Licensing Authority at all reasonable times to enter and inspect the storage place for the purpose of ascertaining if the regulations in this Part are being complied with by the licensee; and the licensee shall, by himself or his representatives, give such assistance and furnish such samples as any such officer may require.

285. No Category 4 dangerous goods in transit to or from any storage place which forms part of any building shall be allowed to remain in any other part of the building.

286. Every storage place shall be kept locked except during such times as Category 4 dangerous goods are being taken into or out of the storage place, or work incidental to either operation is being done.

287. Due precautions shall be taken to prevent any unauthorized person or any person under the age of fifteen years from obtaining access to any storage place.

288. In every storage place, Category 4 dangerous goods shall be kept or stored by one or more of the following methods:---

(1) in glass bottles each containing not more than half a gallon; or

(2) in soldered tins each containing not more than five gallons; or

(3) in "insurance drums" each containing not more than ten gallons; or

(4) in drums or barrels of soft iron or mild steel each containing not more than one hundred and forty gallons; or

(5) in approved fire resisting stores built of such mate rials, of such design, and on such sites as may be approved by the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade and the Building Authority; or

(6) in any other receptacle approved by the Government Analyst

289. Every container shall be so substantially made ast not to be liable, except under circumstances of gross negli- gence, or extraordinary accident, to become broken, defective or insecure, and shall be so constructed and maintained that no leakage of liquid or vapour can take place therefrom.

290. Every container shall be labelled with the pre- scribed label: Provided that it shall not be necessary to label. with the prescribed label any tin containing any low flash liquid or high flash liquid if a triangular red label having sides not less than one inch in length is painted or otherwise marked on or securely attached to the top of the tin.

291. Every container having a capacity exceeding five gallons shall at all times be kept securely closed, except while heing emptied, cleaned, repaired, or filled.

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292.--(1) No container having a capacity exceeding 140 gallons shall be repaired in any manner involving the use of hot rivets or other source of artificial heat until a certificate by an approved person that the container has been thoroughly ventilated and rendered free from inflammable vapour has been produced to the Licensing Authority.

(2) No other container shall be repaired in any such manner until every reasonable precaution has been taken to ensure that the contanier has been rendered free from inflam- mable vapour.

(3) Nothing in paragraph (2) of this regulation shall prevent the repair, at the time of filling, of such small leaks in any container which are normally repaired at such time.

293. (1) Category 4 dangerous goods shall not be received in or supplied from any storage place except be- tween sunrise and sunset.

(2) No container containing any such goods shall be opened except at or immediately adjoining the storage place and then only for the time necessary for drawing off the

contents.

(3) During such drawing off every reasonable precaution shall be taken for preventing the escape of any of the contents of any container or of vapour therefrom.

(4) Paragraph (2) of this regulation shall not apply to any securely closed container.

294. No other substance shall be kept in any storage place with the Category 4 dangerous goods except such materials and substances as are necessary for the handling of such goods.

295. No Category 4 dangerous goods shall be allowed. to remain in any roofed over portion of any building whereof any storage place forms part except in a container or in the fuel tanks of any motor vehicle, motor boat, aircraft or engine.

296. All tanks of motor vehicles, motor boats, aircraft or engines (except stationary engines) shall be filled and emptied in the open air only, or in a roofed over structure having at least one sixth of the area of the walls completely open to atmosphere.

297. All due and obvious precautions shall be taken in and about every storage place to avoid fire and explosion.

298. Notices, in English and Chinese, prohibiting smok- ing shall be displayed in conspicuous positions in the vicinity of every storage place.

299. Fire extinguishing apparatus shall be provided in every storage place to the satisfaction of the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade.

300. Every storage place and all apparatus and pipes therein shall be designed and constructed in accordance with sound engineering practice and approved by the Building Authority.

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PART XVII.-STORAGE OF HIGH FLASH LIQUID

IN SHOPS.

301. This Part applies only to the storage of high flash liquid in shops.

302.--(1) The high flash liquid shall be stored either-- (a) in a store above ground level, built and ventilated to the satisfaction of the Licensing Authority, or

(b) in a pit below ground level in a roofless yard, court, or open space.

(2) Every pit shall-

(a) be built either of concrete or of brick faced with cement not less than one inch in thickness,

(b) be provided with close fitting hinged iron covers perforated with vent holes of small diameter, and

(c) he of such capacity as the Licensing Authority shall

approve.

303. Before any licence is granted for storage, the plans of the store or pit shall be submitted to and approved by the Building Authority.

304. No alteration of any kind shall be made in any store or pit in respect whereof a licence has been granted without

and

(a) the permission in writing of the Licensing Authority,

(b) the submission to and approval by the Building Authority of plans showing the alteration.

305.-() No fire, forge, furnace or similar source of heat shall be nearer than twenty feet,

(b) no explosive shall be nearer than twenty feet, and

(c) no highly inflammable material shall be nearer than ten feet to any store or pit unless the store or pit is protected by a wall or partition made of fire resisting material and sufficient in height and strength of construction to prevent the communication of fire.

306. No substance other than high flash liquid shall be deposited or kept in any store or pit.

307. No high flash liquid shall be received in or supplied from any store or pit except between sunrise and sunset, and no receptacle containing any high flash liquid shall be opened in any part of any shop except at or immediately adjoining the store or pit and only for so long as is necessary for drawing off the contents thereof; and during such drawing off every reasonable precaution shall be taken for preventing the escape of any high flash liquid

any high flash liquid or vapour therefrom.

308. No fire or artificial light capable of igniting in- flammable vapour and no article likely to cause fire shall at any time be taken into any store or pit.

309. No high flash liquid in transit to or from a store or pit which forms part of shop premises shall be allowed to remain in any other part of the shop premises.

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310. Due precautions shall be taken to prevent any unauthorized person or any person under the age of fifteen years from obtaining access to the store or pit.

311. Fire extinguishing materials and appliances shall be provided at or near every store or pit to the satisfaction of the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade.

312. The licensee of every store or pit shall at all reasonable times permit any authorized officer to enter the premises containing the store or pit for the

or pit for the purpose of ascertaining if the regulations in this Part are being complied with by the licensee.

PART XVIII.-STORAGE OF QUANTITIES OF LIQUIDS EXEMPTED FROM

INFLAMMABLE

SECTION

OF THE ORDINANCE."

313. This Part applies to storage of quantities of inflam- mable liquids exempted from Section 10 of the Ordinance (in this Part referred to as "exempted liquid').

314. The exempted liquid shall be kept in metal vessels so constructed and maintained in such condition as-

from.

(a) to be reasonably secure against breakage; and (b) to prevent the leakage of any liquid or vapour there-

315. No person shall repair or cause to be repaired any container or receptacle in which, to his knowledge, any exempted liquid is or has been kept until he has taken all reasonable precautions to ensure that such container or receptacle has been rendered free from inflammable liquid and from any inflammable vapour occasioned thereby.

316. Every container or receptacle used for the purpose of keeping any exempted liquid and not being the fuel tank of a motor vehicle, motor boat, aircraft or engine, shall be labelled with the prescribed label: Provided that it shall not be necessary to label with the prescribed label any tin containing any low flash liquid or high flash liquid if a triangular red label having sides not less than one inch in length is painted or otherwise marked on or securely attached to the top of the tin.

317.-(1) Every place where any exempted liquid is stored or kept shall-

(a) unless it is in the open air, be efficiently ventilated to the open air and be provided with an entrance direct from the open air,

(b) be provided with fire extinguishing apparatus to the satisfaction of the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade,

(c) not be used for any domestic purpose whatsoever,

(d) not form part of or be attached to any building used for residential purposes or as a place of assembly, unless it is separated therefrom by a substantial floor or partition which shall-

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(i) be constructed of hardwood or some fire resisting material, and

(ii) have no opening therein; provided that any such partition in a building where only the quantities of exempted liquid mentioned in regulation 6 (b) (i) and (ii) are kept may be provided with a self-closing door, which shall be con- structed of fire resisting material and shall not give direct access to any dwellinghouse or workroom.

318. Not more than one hundred gallons of exempted liquid shall be kept at the same time in any storage place, and in computing for the purposes of this regulation the amount kept in any one storage place-

(1) any exempted liquid contained in the fuel tank of, or otherwise carried on any motor vehicle, motor boat, aircraft or engine for the time being within the storage place shall be deemed to be kept in the storage place; and

(2) any two storage places not more than twenty feet apart, in the occupation of the same person, shall be deemed to be one storage place.

319. Every reasonable precaution shall be taken at every storage place to prevent the ignition of inflammable vapour by any fire or artificial light.

320. No operation involving the exposure of exempted. liquid to the air shall be carried on in the neighbourhood of any fire or artificial light capable of igniting inflammable

vapour.

321. Subject as hereinafter provided, no exempted. liquid shall be used in any storage place otherwise than-

(a) as fuel for a motor vehicle, motor boat, aircraft or engine,

(b) as fuel for any lamp or other apparatus used for the purpose of lighting or heating, so constructed and maintained in such condition as not to be liable to ignite inflammable vapour otherwise than as fuel, or

(c) in quantities not exceeding at any one time half a pint, for cleaning or as a solvent for repair purposes.

322. No person shall wilfully or negligently cause or permit any exempted liquid to enter any sewer or any drain communicating with a Government sewer.

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PART XIX.-STORAGE OF INFLAMMABLE LIQUIDS IN PUBLIC GARAGES AND GARAGES CAPABLE OF ACCOMMODATING

MORE

THAN 10 MOTOR

VEHICLES.

323.-(1) Part XVIII of these regulations shall apply, so far as they may be applicable, to the storage of inflammable liquids in--

(a) public garages, and

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(2) The Licensing Authority or the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade may, in respect of such storage in any such garage, impose such further requirements as he may consider necessary with a view to the prevention or mitigation of the risk of danger or accident from fire or explosion.

(3) Every holder of a licence to store inflammable liquids in any such garage shall comply with every such requirement.

(4) At least one month's notice in writing of the inten- tion to impose any such requirement shall be given to the proprietor of any such garage.

(5) Within 14 days from the service of such notice, any person aggrieved thereby may appeal to the Governor in Council.

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PART XX.-PETROL PUMPS AND STORAGE TANKS

THEREWITH.

CONNECTED

324.-(1) This Part shall apply to-

(a) tanks situated underground for the storage of in- flammable liquid and supply thereof to pumps situated above ground and connected to such tanks,

(b) such pumps, and

(c) all pipes, nachinery, apparatus, and appliances in connexion with such tanks and pumps.

(2) In the regulations in this Part, any reference to a tank, pump, or pipe means a tank, pump, or pipe to which the regulations in this Part apply.

325. No pump shall be erected except on a site approved by the Licensing Authority.

326.-(1) Except with the permission of the Licensing Authority, no tank shall have a capacity exceeding 1,000 gallons.

(2) The top of every tank shall be not less than three feet below ground level.

327. Every tank shall be covered with asphaltum or other anti-corrosive composition.

328.-(1) Every tank shall be made of steel or iron and shall be either-

(a) embedded in cement concrete, or

(b) contained in a concrete chamber, or

(c) contained in a chamber constructed of bricks set in

cement.

(2) All spaces between any tank and the walls of any chamber containing such tank shall be filled with well- tempered clay or dry sand.

(3) Where dry sand is used for filling the spaces between any tank and the walls of any chamber constructed of bricks, such walls shall be faced with cement not less than one inch thick.

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329.-(1) Every tank shall be ventilated by a pipe which

shall-

(a) have an internal diameter of at least one inch,

(b) be of such height as may, in the opinion of the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade, be necessary having regard to the proximity of fire escapes, staircases, windows or doors,

(c) terminate in a goose neck, and

(d) be covered at the upper end with double fine brass wire gauze having a mesh of not less than 28 to the linear inch.

(2) Paragraph (1) of this regulation shall not apply to any other system of ventilation approved by the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade.

330. No tank shall be situated under premises used wholly or in part for residential purposes, except with the permission of the Licensing Authority.

331. No tank having a capacity exceeding 140 gallons shall be repaired in any manner involving the use of hot rivets or other source of artificial heat until a certificate by an approved person that the tank has been thoroughly ventilated and rendered free from inflammable vapour has been produced to the Licensing Authority.

332. Every tank shall be filled by means of an armoured hose connected by screwed unions to the tank and to the receptacle from which the tank is filled.

333. Every precaution shall be taken to prevent evapo- ration and leakage of inflammable liquid during the filling of any tank.

334. Every pipe with the exception of the pipe men- tioned in regulation 329 shall project into the tank nearly to the bottom of the tank and shall terminate in such a way as to provide at all times a liquid seal at the bottom of the pipe except in the case of an approved alternative design.

335. Every pipe shall be connected to the tank by flanges of reinforced metal securely riveted, welded, or bolted to the tank and rendered completely leak proof.

336.-(1) Every pipe, with the exception of the pipe. mentioned in regulation 329, shall be fitted with a cover.

(2) Every such cover shall be--

(a) fitted with a lock, the keys of which shall be in the custody of a responsible person,

(b) kept securely locked except when the pipe which it protects is actually in use, and

(c) impervious to inflammable vapour.

337.-(1) No pump shall be nearer than twenty feet to any fire escape, staircase, window, door, or other means of egress from any premises not used in connexion with the supply of inflammable liquid from such pump.

(2) Nothing in paragraph (1) of this regulation shall prevent the erection of a pump or pumps nearer than twenty feet to the main entrance to or to the main exit from a garage which is constructed of fire resisting materials.

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(3) No light, explosives, fire or other substance capable of igniting inflammable liquids or vapour shall be allowed within twenty-five feet of any pump.

(4) Notices prohibiting smoking, in English and Chinese, shall be conspicuously displayed in the vicinity of every pump.

(5) No combustible article not connected with the supply of inflammable liquid shall be stored in any premises used in connexion with any pump.

(6) Fire extinguishing apparatus shall be provided at every pump to the satisfaction of the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade.

338. (1) Every receptacle forming part of a pump and used for measuring or otherwise shall, except with the permis- sion of the Licensing Authority, be fitted with overflow and emptying pipes, which shall lead into the tank to which the pump is connected at a declining angle.

(2) Paragraph (1) of this regulation shall not apply to any metering pump.

339. Every tank, pump, pipe and all machinery, ap- paratus, and appliances in connexion with, or connected to any tank, pump or pipe shall be designed and constructed in accordance with sound engineering practice.

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PART XXI.-STORAGE OF INFLAMMABLE LIQUIDS IN PETROLEUM REFINERIES.

340. In this Part-

(1) "petroleum refinery" means any place where any petroleum is subjected to filtering or refining.

(2) "storage shed" means a building within a petroleum refinery used for the storage of high flash liquid.

means the

Licensing

(3) "the proper authority" Authority and such other person or persons for the time. being appointed by the Governor for administering any of the regulations in this Part.

341. No low flash liquid shall be filtered or refined in any petroleum refinery.

342. (1) Every petroleum refinery shall be situated, erected and maintained on a site specially, approved by the Licensing Authority and the Director of Public Works.

(2) Every petroleum refinery shall be enclosed by such walls or fences as the Licensing Authority may require.

343.-(1) No person shall smoke in any petroleum. refinery except in such part thereof as is specially allocated for smoking.

(2) Notices bearing, in English and Chinese, the words "No Smoking" shall be conspicuously posted in every part of every petroleum refinery where smoking is prohibited.

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(3) No unnecessary act which tends to cause fire or explosion shall be done in any petroleum refinery, and every precaution shall be taken therein to prevent waste oil from passing down drains or water-courses and from reaching shipping.

344. All operations in any petroleum refinery in con- nexion with the business carried on therein, shall be supervised by the licensee or by some responsible person acting under the orders of the licensee.

345.--(1) If fire of any description occurs in a petroleum refinery, the licensee or some other responsible person shall immediately notify the Fire Brigade.

(2) There shall be provided in every petroleum refinery such foam-producing apparatus and such other fire-extinguish- ing appliances as shall be required by the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade, and all persons employed in a petroleum refinery shall be instructed periodically in and become conversant with the proper method of using such apparatus and appliances.

346.-(1) No tank in any petroleum refinery having a capacity exceeding 140 gallons shall be repaired in any manner involving the use of hot rivets or other source of artificial heat until a certificate by an approved person that the tank has been thoroughly ventilated and rendered free from inflammable vapour has been produced to the Licensing Authority.

(2) Until such certificate has been issued, no lights or lamps, except portable safety lamps of a type approved by the proper authority, shall be taken into the tank.

347. (1) Every petroleum refinery shall be closed, and no work shall be permitted therein, between the hours of sunset and sunrise unless--

(a) the petroleum refinery is lighted by electricity throughout, or

(b) special permission to open the petroleum refinery and to do work therein has been given by the proper authority.

(2) Such permission shall only be given in case of

emergency.

348.-(1) Every storage shed shall be constructed of masonry, iron, or other non-inflammable material, and the floor of every such shed shall be tiled or paved or constructed of earth or concrete.

(2) Such floors may be covered with wooden boards or light wooden flooring for the purpose of preventing damage to the barrels, drums, or tins stored in the storage shed.

(3) The doorways and other openings of every storage shed shall be built up to a height of not less than two feet above the level of the ground outside it, or the floor of such shed shall be sunk to a depth of not less than two feet below the level of the ground, or the storage shed shall be surrounded with a masonry wall or embankment or both.

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349.-(1) Every receptacle containing, or intended to contain petroleum stored at a petroleum refinery otherwise than in tanks shall-

(a) be impermeable to inflammable vapour,

(b) be made of galvanized sheet iron, steel or lead plate. (c) be fitted with well-made filling holes and well-fitting screw plugs or with screw or other air-tight metal caps.

(d) be of such construction as not to become leaky, defective, or insecure except in circumstances of grave negligence or extraordinary accident,

(e) if used to contain petroleum, be emptied of all its contents and rendered free from inflammable vapour before being repaired,

(f) be filled only to such extent as will leave sufficient air space to allow of expansion of the contents, and

(4) unless the contents have a flash point above 150° Fahrenheit he labelled with the prescribed label before being despatched from the petroleum refinery; Provided that it shall not be necessary to label with the prescribed label any tin containing any low flash liquid or high flash liquid if a triangular red label having sides not less than one inch in length is painted or otherwise marked on or securely attached to the top of the tin.

(2) Nothing in paragraph 1 (e) of this regulation shall prevent the repair, at the time of filling, of such small leaks in any receptacle as are normally repaired at such time.

(3)-(a) Every soldering iron which is used in any petroleum refinery for applying solder to any such receptacle and which is not heated by electricity, shall be heated in a place separate from that in which it is intended to be used.

(b) The sill of every opening between the place where any soldering iron is heated and the place where it is intended to be used shall not be less than three feet above the floor of the building in which such places are situate, and every such opening shall be provided with an iron shutter kept in proper working order and operating, for the purpose of closing the opening, in a downward direction.

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PART XXII-TESTS.

350.-(1) The following tests are hereby prescribed for ascertaining the flash point of any dangerous goods or for testing for the presence of inflammable vapour any recep- tacle which has contained petroleum, that is to say, either-

(a) the test prescribed as appropriate by the Institution of Petroleum Technologists, or

(b) if no test has been so prescribed, the test which the Government Analyst shall decide and certify in writing to be appropriate.

(2) Any such decision of the Government Analyst shall

be final.

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PART XXIII.-STORAGE OF CATEGORY 5

DANGEROUS GOODS.

351. No Category 5 dangerous goods shall be stored with any chemicals not specified in Category 5, or with any Category 7 dangerous goods.

352. None of the following Category 5 dangerous goods, that is to say, hydrochloric acid, sulphuric acid, sulphurous acid. sulphuryl chloride, thionyl chloride, and nitric acid, shall be stored with any other acid except-

(a) in the open air, or

(b) in a room or building, the floor or floors and walls of which are composed entirely of brickwork, stone, or cement, or of one or more of those materials.

353. No store shall be used for the simultaneous storage of nitric acid mixtures and sulphuric acid mixtures.

354. (1) Hydrofluoric acid shall be stored in leaden, gutta percha, or ceresin bottles.

(2) No bottle containing any hydrofluoric acid shall be stored near to glass or earthenware carboys containing other acids.

355. Every carboy shall be packed in a case with Kieselguhr (infusorial earth) or other effective inorganic insulating material.

356. No Category 5 dangerous goods shall be stored in bulk in any building used wholly or in part for domestic purposes.

357. Every receptacle containing any Category 5 dan- gerous goods shall be labelled with the prescribed label.

PART XXIV.-STORAGE OF CATEGORY 6 DANGEROUS GOODS.

358. Every place specified in a valid licence to store Category 6 dangerous goods shall be kept dry and thoroughly ventilated, and shall not have any direct communication with any domestic premises.

359. Every receptacle containing any Category 6 dan- gerous goods shall be labelled with the prescribed label.

PART XXV.-STORAGE AND SALE OF CATEGORY 7 DANGEROUS GOODS.

360. In this Part, "store" means any premises specified in a valid licence to store Category 7 dangerous goods.

361. No artificial light, other than incandescent electric lamps covered by outer protecting globes, shall be used in any -

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362. No fire, matches, or other means of obtaining a flame or ignition shall be kept or used in any store.

363. No smoking shall be permitted in any store.

364. Nothing except Category 7 dangerous goods shall be stored in any store.

ciean.

365. The floor of every store shall be kept scrupulously

366. All Category 7 dangerous goods shall be stored in bags, wooden boxes, barrels or drums, or in wooden cases so substantially constructed as not to be liable. except under circumstances of gross negligence or extraordinary accident. to become broken, defective or insecure.

367. No store shall be used for the storage of more than one kind of Category 7 dangerous goods.

368. Every receptacle containing any Category 7 dan- gerous goods shall be labelled with the prescribed label.

369. No category 7 dangerous goods shall be sold or supplied to any person, unless such person is duly licensed under the Ordinance or regulations made thereunder to have possession of such goods.

370. (1) The licensee of every store shall keep at the store proper books of account, and shall record therein true and correct particulars of all transactions relating to the sale, purchase delivery and receipt by him of any Category 7 dangerous goods.

(2) Such books of account shall be open at all reason- able times to inspection by the Government Analyst, by any Assistant Government Analyst, or by any police or Fire Brigade Officer duly authorized in that behalf by the Licensing Authority.

371. Every application for the renewal of any licence shall be made not less than one month before the expiration of the then current licence.

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PART XXVI.-STORAGE

DANGEROUS

372. In this Part-

OF CATEGORY 8 GOODS.

"bulk" means such quantity of Category 8 dangerous goods as, in the opinion of the Licensing Authority, is greater than the quantity normally required for a retail trade, "tenement building means a building used in part for the storage of Category 8 dangerous goods and in part for domestic purposes, and

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"godown" means a building of one or more floors completely and specially adapted for the storage of Category 8 dangerous goods.

373. The regulations in this Part apply only to Category 8 dangerous goods.

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374. No building except a godown shall be used for the storage of Category 8 dangerous goods in bulk.

$75. No godown shall be connected with any tenement building or with any premises used wholly for domestic pur- poses unless it is separated therefrom by partitions constructed of fire-resisting material to the satisfaction of the Licensing Authority.

376. Alternative means of escape from fire shall be provided, to the satisfaction of the Licensing Authority, in every godown or tenement building which is used wholly or in part for any process of manufacture of Category 8 dangerous goods.

377.--(1) The Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade shall keep a register of all premises in which Category 8 dangerous goods are stored, and the owner, principal tenant, lessee, occupier or keeper of such premises shall, within 48 hours of the delivery to the premises of any Category 8 dangerous goods, furnish to the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade full particulars of such goods, for entry on the register.

(2) This regulation shall not apply to godowns used solely for storage purposes.

378.-(1) If, in the opinion of the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade, there is, in any godown or tenement building, a serious risk of fire, it shall be lawful for the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade to serve upon the owner, principal tenant, lessec, occupier or keeper of such godown or tenement build- ing a notice in writing-

(a) requiring the execution of structural works in, and alterations to such godown or tenement building with a view to reducing the risk of fire,

(b) specifying in detail the nature of such structural works and alterations, and

(c) specifying the time within which such structural works and alterations shall be completed.

(2) Any person served with such a notice may, instead of complying with the notice, and subject to the approval of the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade, remove the Category 8 dangerous goods stored in the godown or tenement building in respect whereof the notice is served to some other godown or tenement building.

(3) Any person who, after being served with such a notice, ---

(a) fails to comply therewith, or

(b) fails to remove the Category 8 dangerous goods in accordance with the provisions of paragraph (2) of this regulation,

within the time specified in the notice, shall be deemed to commit a breach of this regulation.

379.--(1) The Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade may, in his discretion, prohibit the use of naked lights of any descrip- tion whatever in any godown or tenement building, and may, in the like discretion, require the owner, principal tenant,

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lessee, occupier or keeper of any godown or tenement build- ing to provide notices therein bearing, in English words and Chinese characters not less than seven inches in height, the words "NO SMOKING"

(2) Any person who fails to comply with any such pro- hibition or requirement shall be deemed to commit a breach of this regulation.

380. (1) Every means of egress from any godown or tenement building shall be kept free from all obstructions of every kind whatsoever.

(2) No such means of egress shall be in any manner wilfully damaged or rendered unusable or less commodious.

381. The owner, principal tenant, lessee, occupier, or keeper of every godown or tenement building, shall provide therein such fire extinguishing apparatus as the Chief Officer of the Fire Brigade may direct.

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AND FORM OF LICENCE.

382.--(1) Every licence to store dangerous goods shall be valid only in respect of one place of storage and only in respect of one category of dangerous goods.

(2) The licence shall specify the place of storage, the category and the maximum quantity of dangerous goods which may be stored.

(3) Every licence shall, subject to the provisions of any regulation made under the Ordinance, be valid for the storage of any or all of the goods included in the category specified in the licence.

(4) The maximum quantity of dangerous goods which may be stored shall be determined by the Licensing Authority in accordance with these regulations, and having regard to the circumstances of each case.

383. Every licence shall expire on the 31st day of March next after the date of issue thereof.

384. The fees to be charged and paid for licences to store dangerous goods shall be as follows:-

(1) For every licence to store inflammable liquids at a petroleum refinery as defined in Part XXI-

(a) where granted to the holder

the holder and during currency of a licence covering storage of petroleum at an installation as defined in Part XIV

(b) in any other case

$ 50

100

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(2) For every licence to store inflammable liquids for use as fuel---

(a) where the storage capacity of the tanks or con-

tainers does not exceed 500 gallons--

In the Northern District of the New Territories, and in the Southern District (except New Kowloon)

Elsewhere

(b) where the storage capacity of the tanks or con- tainers exceeds 500 gallons but does not exceed 1,000 gallons--

In the Northern District of the New Territories, and in the Southern District (except New Kowloon)

Elsewhere

$ 5

10

10

15

(c) where the storage capacity of the tanks or con- tainers exceeds 1,000 gallons but does not exceed 2,000 gallons

20

where the storage capacity of the tanks or con- tainers exceeds 2,000 gallons but does not exceed 4,000 gallons

40

(e) where the storage capacity of the tanks or con-

tainers exceeds 4,000 gallons

100

(3) For every licence to store inflammable liquids, whether packed or in bulk for any other purpose-

(a) where the permitted quantity does not exceed

500 gallons-

In the Northern District of the New Territories, and in the Southern District (except New Kowloon)

Elsewhere

(b) where the permitted quantity exceeds 500

gallons but does not exceed 1,000 gallons- In the Northern District of the New Territories, and in the Southern District (except New Kowloon)

Elsewhere

(c) where the permitted quantity exceeds 1,000

gallons but does not exceed 2,000 gallons

....

(d) where the permitted quantity exceeds 2,000 gallons but does not exceed 4,000 gallons (e) where the permitted quantity exceeds 4,000

gallons

(4) For every other licence to store dangerous

goods

$

5

10

10

15

20

40

100

$ 10

385. Every person licensed to store Category 4 dan- gerous goods in a shop* situated in any part of the New Territories (except New Kowloon) may, on payment of an additional fee of two dollars, obtain a licence to hawk kerosene in such districts in the New Territories as are specified on such last mentioned licence.

* See Part XVII.

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386. Nothing in this Part shall affect the validity of any licence current at the date when these regulations come into force and any such licence shall have effect as if it had been duly granted under this Part, and shall, subject to the provi- sions of the Ordinance and these regulations, continue in force until the expiration of the period for which it was granted.

387. Every licence shall be in the following form:-

299

G.

R.

HONG KONG.

DANGEROUS GOODS ORDINANCE, 1873, SECTION 10.

of

is hereby licensed to have in his possession until the

of

(name)

(address)

.day

19...... at

(address of store)

(quantity) of Category

(No.)

dangerous goods.

Dated this

day of

.19......

(date of issue)

Fee $.

COMMISSIONER OF POLICE,

Licensing Authority.

This licence is not transferable.

Note.--The regulations which apply to the storage of the dangerous goods

mentioned in this licence appear in the Part[s]

of the Dangerous Goods Regulations, 1940.

[and...............]

22nd February, 1940.

T. MEGARRY,

Clerk of Councils.

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No. 237.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 55 of 1936. (LIGHTING CONTROL).

The Governor in Council has been pleased to direct and it is hereby directed-

That Tuesday, the 5th of March, 1940, shall be an occasion for experiment or practice in lighting control by express command and, that on that day and until the RAIDERS PASSED signal is sounded, the regulations made under the above Ordinance published as G.N. 565 in the Government Gazette of the 14th July, 1939, as subsequently amended by G.N. 824 of the Government Gazette Extra- ordinary of the 20th September, 1939 and G.N. 57 of 1940 in the Government Gazette of the 19th January, 1940 respec- tively, shall be in force.

And it is also further Directed-

That the exemption contained in Regulation 19 relating to an occasion of an experiment or practice in lighting control as regards navigation and riding lights on ships and vessels under way or when anchored or moored to a buoy and navi- gation lights on aircraft and at aerodromes shall be suspended on the said day for a period of 20 minutes commencing with the sounding of an AIR RAID WARNING,

No. 238.

1st March, 1940.

T. MEGARRY.

Clerk of Councils.

Hong Kong.

(MISCELLANEOUS

ORDINANCE No. 25 of 1933.

LICENCES).

In exercise of the powers conferred on him by section 3 of the Miscellaneous Licences Ordinance, 1933, the Governor in Council hereby makes the following amendment to the regulations in the Schedule to the said Ordinance under the heading "PART V--MONEY-CHANGERS."

Amendment.

The following regulation is inserted as regulation 4A immediately after regulation 4--

4A. The Financial Secretary may from time to time by notification in the Gazette prescribe the premium at which a money-changer may exchange Hong Kong currency of any denomination for Hong Kong currency of any other denomina- tion, and no money-changer shall, in relation to any such exchange, charge a greater premium, or make any greater or other charge for his services, than the premium for the time being so prescribed.

T. MEGARRY,

1st March, 1940.

Clerk of Councils.

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APPOINTMENTS, &c.

301

  No. 239.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under instructions from the Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies, to appoint Mr. EDWARD VICTOR HOPKINSON, M.P.S., Ph.C., to be a Pharmacist, with effect from 7th February, 1940.

27th February, 1940.

  No. 240. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. J. W. FITZGERALD, Acting Chief Officer, to be Acting Assistant Superintendent of Hong Kong Prison, with effect from 1st March, 1940, until further notice.

27th February, 1940.

  No. 241. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint the under- mentioned to be an analyst for the purpose of the Adulterated Food and Drug Ordinance No. 8 of 1935 and the Pharmacy and Poisons Ordinance No. 8 of 1937 :-

Mr. DAVID LOIE, A.M.T.C., A.A.C.I., A.A.I.M.M.

Government Notification No. 69 in the Government Gazette of the 19th January, 1940, is cancelled.

27th February, 1940.

  No. 242.--It is hereby notified that under section 9 (1) of the Juvenile Offenders Ordinance, 1932, Ordinance No. 1 of 1932, His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. WONG PAK-KAI () to be a Probation Officer, with effect from 1st March, 1940.

29th February, 1940.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

  No. 243. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to make the following appointments under Regulation 5 (1) of the Colonial Defence Regulations :--

To be Censor (in the place of DUNCAN JOHN SLOSS, C.B.E., as notified in

G. N. 1096 of 1939)-WILLIAM FAID, M.Sc.

To be an Assistant Censor-HERBERT HOWELL Beddow.

28th February, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

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COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 244. It is hereby notified that Government Notification No. 213, published in the Gazette of 23rd February, 1940, is amended by the substitution of the words "18th and 21st February, 1940" for the words "17th and 20th February, 1940".

27th February, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 245.-It is notified for general information that the Recreation Grounds Com- mittee consists of the following:-

Recreation Grounds Committee.

The Chairman, The Director of Public Works,

The Colonial Secretary,

The Director of Education,

Representative of the Royal Naval Recreation Club,

Hong Kong Area Sports Board (Army),

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Hong Hong Football Association.

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Hong Kong Jockey Club,

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Hong Kong Football Club,

Hong Kong Cricket Club,

Kowloon Cricket Club,

Hong Kong Hockey Club,

Royal Hong Kong Golf Club,

Hong Kong Polo Club,

Club de Recreio,

Hong Kong Chinese Recreation Club, Indian Recreation Club.

Y.M.C.A.

Hong Kong Hockey Association, South China Athletic Association.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

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No. 246.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

Notice is hereby given of the intention to make an Order on the expiration of six months from the date hereof permitting the Yeung Kong Clansmen's Association to remove 29 urns containing the remains of fellow clansmen from Sai Yu Shek Urn Cemetery, Kai Lung Wan East Urn Cemetery and Aplichau Urn Cemetery to the Association's cemetery at Cheung Chau. Particulars of the locality of the urns and the names of the deceased persons whose remains are contained therein are as follows:--

Name of Deceased.

Locality.

Sai Yu Shek Urn Cemetery.

Lai Pun

(賴彬)

Li Lin

(李

運)

Tsang Yeung

(會

樣)

Un Kwong

(BE

光)

Chan Kim

(陳儉)

Wong Kwai

(黃桂

Wong Tse Kung

(7)

(黃子恭)

Chan Kwan

(陳均)

Tse Chi

(謝

枝)

Wong Sui

(黃

水)

Chan Mi

(陳

美)

Li Foo

(李

Leung Hau

(梁

孝)

Sze Ki

其)

Sze Hing

Fall. )

Tse Wan

(謝

允)

Li Shi

(李

氏)

Kai Lung Wan East Urn Cemetery.

Chung Yee

(鍾二)

Aplichau Urn Cemetery.

Li Pak Kai

(李伯解)

Chow Sing

(周勝)

Wong San

(黃新)

Li Loi Kung

(李來公

Li Yau

(1)

Li Hee Chan

(李希燦)

Fung Fuk

(馮福)

Chan On

(陳安)

Lam Chak Wa

(林澤華)

Lai Tang

(黎登

Lam Leung Shi

(林梁氏)

1st March, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

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佈布憲

政司史

二百四十六號

甘魚

九石

具及為

遷至長洲該會義塚埋葬合行佈告俾衆週知此佈 鷄籠環幷鴨脷洲等處骨殖墳場内所葬該會同鄉人骨殖之金塔廿九 佈告事茲擬由本日起六閱月期滿之後諭令陽江同鄉會准將晒魚石及

行墳

各金塔現葬地點及死者姓名詳列如下

晒魚石骨殖墳塲

黃水 陳美 李富 梁孝 佘其 佘興 謝允 李氏 賴彬 李連 曾樣 阮光 陳儉 黃桂 黃子恭 陳均 謝枝

鷄籠環骨殖墳場

鍾二

鴨脷洲骨殖墳場

塲美

林黃

林澤華 黎登 林梁氏 李伯解 周勝 黃新 李來公 李有 李希燦 馮福 陳安

一千九百四十年

年黎

三 月

一日

No.247.

Order under section 75 (8) of the Public Health

(Sanitation) Ordinance, 1935, Ordinance No. 15 of 1935, made by the Colonial Secretary on the 29th day of February, 1940.

WHEREAS I, NORMAN LOCKHART SMITH, Esquire, Com- panion of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, Colonial Secretary of the Colony of Hong Kong and its Dependencies, deem it expedient for the execution of a public purpose to remove all graves in Hau Pui Lung Cemetery,NOW, I, by this Order under my hand, by virtue of the power in that behalf vested in me by Section 75 (8) of the Public Health (Sanitation) Ordinance, 1935, DO HEREBY ORDER AND DIRECT that the said graves be removed to the satisfaction of the Director of Public Works by the Sanitary Department 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 Chairman, Urban Council, and the Board of Direction of the Tung Wah Hospital shall think fit and that all reason- able expenses in connexion with such removal, re-interment and disposal shall be defrayed out of the public revenue of the Colonv.

Given under my hand this 29th day of February, 1940.

COLONIAL SECRETARIAT,

HONG KONG.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

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No. 248.

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939. (COMPULSORY SERVICE).

His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, pursuant to Section 11 (7) of the Compulsory Service Ordinance, 1939, to permit JOHN ERSKINE MCDONALD to quit the Hong Kong Defence Reserve, with effect from 17th February, 1940.

28th February, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

No. 249.

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939. (COMPULSORY SERVICE).

His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, pursuant to Section 11 (7) of the Compulsory Service Ordinance, 1939, to permit WILLIAM LEONARD SPENCER to quit the Hong Kong Defence Reserve, with effect from 26th February, 1940.

No. 250.

28th February, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939.

(COMPULSORY SERVICE).

His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, pursuant to Section 11 (7) of the Compulsory Service Ordinance, 1939, to permit KENNETH JOHN ATTWELL to quit the Hong Kong Defence Reserve, with effect from 27th February, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

28th February, 1940.

Colonial Secretary.

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No. 251.

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939. (COMPULSORY SERVICE).

His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, pursuant to Section 11 (7) of the Compulsory Service Ordinance, 1939, to permit WILFRID HAROLD ERNEST FRENCH to quit the Hong Kong Defence Reserve, with effect from 28th February, 1940.

28th February, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

No. 252.

It is hereby notified that JAMES GRAY MARSHALL has been re-assigned from the Combatant Group to the General Group for Essential Services in the Hong Kong Defence Reserve under the provisions of the Compulsory Service Ordinance, 1939.

No. 253.

28th February, 1940.

C. BRAMALL BURGESS, Clerk to the Compulsory Service Tribunal.

COMPULSORY SERVICE ORDINANCE, 1939, ORDINANCE NO. 32 of 1939.

The following persons, of ages from 18 to 40 years inclusive, shall, as from the date of publication of this list, be deemed to have been enrolled in, and to belong to, the Hong Kong Defence Reserve :-

Griffith, Gerald Victor Alexander ....

Dated the 28th day of February, 1940.

By Order,

B.

=

B. Key-Posts Group.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1940.

No. 254.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

IN THE MATTER OF THE ALIEN ENEMIES (WINDING-

UP) ORDINANCE, No. 28 of 1914.

By order of His Excellency the Governor dated the 29th day of January, 1940, Mr. ERIC SYDNEY CLIFFORD BROOKS of Messrs. Hastings & Co. was appointed liquidator of the affairs of Mrs. Alice Jochheim.

No 255.

28th February, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 22 of 1910. (MIDWIVES).

In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 4 of the Midwives Ordinance, 1910, the Midwives Board further amends the Regulations to the said Ordinance appearing on pages 623-627 in Vol. II of the Regulations of Hong Kong (1937 edition).

Amendments.

1. Regulation 2 (iv) is rescinded and the following is substituted therefor :-

"(iv) that she holds the Upper Primary Certificate or its equivalent, or has passed the examination of the Nurses Board of Hong Kong".

2. Regulation 2E (i) is rescinded and the following is substituted therefor :-

(i) any licensing body in any British Dominion, Colony or Protectorate whose certificate is recognized by the Govern- ment concerned, (other than a Class B Certificate of the Straits Settlements); or ".

Approved by the Governor this 27th day of February,

1940.

27th February, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

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No. 256.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 22 of 1910. (MIDWIVES).

In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 4 of the Midwives Ordinance, 1910, the Midwives Board makes the following further regulations :---

1. These regulations may be cited as "The Midwives (Post-Graduate Study) Regulations, 1940."

2. In these regulations the following expressions have the meanings hereby respectively assigned to them:-

Post-Graduate Study" means a post-graduate course of instruction in midwifery prescribed by the Board in an approved institution for post-graduate study.

means

Approved Institution for Post-Graduate Study an institution approved by the Board in accordance with the provisions hereinafter contained for the conduct of courses of post-graduate instruction prescribed in these regulations.

"Tutor for Post-Graduate Course means a person who is on the staff of an approved institution for post-graduate study and who has been nominated by such institution and approved by the Board for the performance of the duties prescribed in regulations 6 and 7 (a).

'Secretary" means the Secretary of Midwives Board.

3. Every midwife who in the year 1940 or any sub- sequent year gives notice in writing to the secretary of her intention to practise as such shall within 24 months of the giving of such netice (subject nevertheless as hereinafter provided) complete to the satisfaction of the Board a course of post-graduate study of the nature prescribed by Regulation 6. extending over a period of not less than four consecutive weeks at an approved institution for post-graduate study

unless :--

(a) she is exempted under the provisions contained in Regulation 4; or

(b) she has within the seven years immediately preceding the year in question either completed a like course to the like satisfaction or passed the examination or examinations for the time being prescribed by the Board for admission to the roll of midwives.

Provided that :--

(i) if such midwife was enrolled by the Board prior to 1st January, 1940, her first course of post-graduate study shall be taken at such date prior to the 1st January, 1947, as the secretary may determine.

(ii) if such midwife has not practised as a midwife or acted as a maternity nurse during the two years immediately preceding the year in question she may be required by the Board (notwithstanding that she would otherwise be exempted under paragraph (b) of this Regulation) to complete to its satisfaction a course of post-graduate study of such nature and duration as it may think proper before resuming or enter- ing practice as a midwife.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1940.

4. (a) The provisions of Regulation 3 shall not apply in the case of-

(i) a midwife who had been approved by the Board as a teacher of pupil-midwives, during the period of her approval;

(ii) the matron of an institution approved by the Board for the purpose of this Regulation, during the period of her appointment and such of the midwives on the permanent staff of such institution as the Board may decide, during the period of their respective appointments.

(b) The Board shall have the power to exempt from the provisions of Regulation 3 such other classes of midwives and on such conditions (if any) as it thinks fit.

5. The Board may, subject to such conditions as it thinks fit, vary the requirements of Regulation 3 by making the interval shorter than seven years or the duration of the post- graduate course of study longer than four weeks in the case of any midwife or of all the midwives subject to the provisions of that Regulation and practising in the Colony.

6. The course of post-graduate study shall be residential and shall be organized and administered specially for prac- tising midwives. The instruction shall be mainly by personal tuition and shall be theoretical and practical. The curriculum of the post-graduate course for each midwife shall be deter- mined by the tutor for post-graduate study after receiving confidential report on the midwife from the secretary, but, unless there is any special reason to the contrary in the case of any particular midwife, the curriculum for post-graduate study shall include:-

(a) the conduct of labour, both normal and abnormal, and the nursing of patients and their infants;

(b) participation in the work of the antenatal and postnatal clinics of the approved institution, (including the antenatal examination of patients), and also visits to infant welfare clinics;

(c) attendance at suitable special hospitals, institutions and departments;

(d) instruction in the diet of pregnant women and nursing mothers, and practical experience in the management and feeding of infants up to seven days old, including premature infants:

(e) instruction in the use of apparatus and the prepara-

tion of instruments;

(f) attendance at theoretical classes.

7.-(a) When a midwife has completed the course of post-graduate study the tutor for post-graduate study shall send to the secretary, through the authorized officer of the approved institution for post-graduate study, a report and a The report record of the midwife's work during the course. and record shall be in such form as may be prescribed by the Board from time to time.

(b) If an unsatisfactory report is received the Board may, after consultation with the secretary, require the midwife to undergo, either immediately or within one year, such further training as it considers desirable.

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8. The Board may waive compliance with any of the requirements of the foregoing Regulation in the case of any particular midwife, if, on application from the secretary or the midwife concerned, and after hearing the midwife or the secretary as the case may be, it thinks proper.

9. Applications for the approval of institutions for post- graduate study shall be submitted to the Board in such form as may be prescribed by the Board from time to time.

10. The Board, in approving institutions for post- graduate study, shall take into consideration the number and qualifications of the teaching staff and the adequacy of the arrangements for the personal tuition of the midwives attend- ing the course of instruction, the relation between the course of post-graduate study prescribed in these Regulations and the training of pupil-midwives, the facilities available for post- graduate instruction on the subjects enumerated in Regulation 6, and the nature and extent of the residential accommoda- tion. The Board may cause the institution for post-graduate study and the training therein to be inspected by a member or an officer of the Board, or other person, whose report shall be considered when the question of approval is determined.

11. The following are approved institutions for providing post-graduate study for midwives in Hong Kong:-

1. Alice Memorial and Affiliated Hospitals.

2. Queen Mary and Kowloon Hospitals.

3. The Tsan Yuk Hospital.

4. The Kwong Wah Hospital.

5. The Tung Wah Hospital.

6. The Tung Wah Eastern Hospital.

7. The Hong Kong Sanatorium and Hospital.

Approved by the Governor this 27th day of February,

1940.

27th February, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

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No. 257.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 25 of 1914. (TRADING WITH THE ENEMY).

The Trading with the Enemy (Specified Persons) (Amendment) (No. 2) Order, 1940.

His Excellency the Governor, with the prior approval of the Secretary of State, in pursuance of the powers conferred on him by sub-section (2) of section 3 of the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance, 1914, as amended by regulation 2 of the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance, 1914, Amendment Regulations, 1939, and of all other powers enabling him in that behalf, hereby orders as follows:

1. The following Orders are hereby revoked-

(i) Trading with the Enemy (Specified Persons) Order, 1939,

(ii) Trading with the Enemy (Specified Persons) (Amend- ment) Order, 1939,

(iii) Trading with the Enemy (Specified Persons) (Amend- ment) Order, 1940.

2. Each of the persons specified in the Schedule hereto shall, for the purposes of the Trading with the Enemy Ordin- ance, 1914, be deemed to be an enemy within the meaning of that Ordinance during such period as this Order shall in relation to such person remain in force.

3. This Order may be cited as the Trading with the Enemy (Specified Persons) (Amendment) (No. 2) Order, 1940.

Published by His Excellency's Command.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

Dated this 24th day of February, 1940.

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SCHEDULE.

Firm.

Address.

A. G.

Cangallo 2629, Buenos Aires.

Argentina.

Accumulatoren-Fabrik

(Fabrica de Acumuladores S.A., Buenos Aires Branch).

Aciers Marathon, S.A.

Ackermann, G. W.

Acos Roechling Bruderus Do

Brasil Ltda.

A.E.G.

A.E.G. A/S.

A.E.G. Bulgarian Electrical Co.

Ltd.

A.E.G. Cia Mexicana de Elec-

tricidad. S.A.

A.E.G. Cia Argentina de Elec-

tricidad.

A.E.G. Cia Sudamerikana de

Electricidad.

A.E.G. Cia Sul Americana de

Electricidade.

A.E.G. Compania Generala de Electricitate S.A. Romana.

A.E.G. Dansk Elektricitets A/S.

A.E.G. Electriciteits Mij ..

A.E.G. Electrotecnica, A.G.

A.E.G. Elektricitets- A/S.

A.E.G. Elektriska A/B

A.E.G.

Elektrizitaets-Aktienge-

sellschaft.

A.E.G. Electriciteits Maat-

schappij N.V.

A.E.G. Internat Electriciteits

Mij. N.V.

A.E.G. Lusitana de Electrici-

dade.

A.E.G. Societe Luxerbourgeoise pour Entreprises Electriques S.A.

25. Bd. de la Sauvenière Liége,

Belgium.

Muralla. 474. Havana, Cuba.

Travessa Bom Jesus 6-8 Rio de

Janeiro, Brazil.

Tehran and branches in the pro-

vinces, Iran.

Riga, Latvia.

Alexander 1. No. 1, Sofia,

Bulgaria.

5 de Mayo 10, Mexico City.

Mexico.

B. Irigoyen 330, Buenos Aires.

Argentina.

Bandera 581, Santiago, Chile.

Av. Rio Branco 47, Rio de Janeiro, and all branches in Brazil.

Calea Grivitei 3, Bucharest.

Roumania.

Orstedhus. Vestre Farimagsgade

41, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Batavia and Sourabaya, (Java).

Netherlands East Indies.

P.O. Box No. 203, Bogotá,

Colombia.

Ovre Vollgate 11, Oslo, and

Bergen, Norway.

Glogatan 3, Helsingfors, Finland. and at Sveavagen 21-23 Stock- holm, Sweden.

1. Stampfenbachstrasse, Zurich,

Switzerland.

Frederiksplein 26, Amsterdam.

Holland.

Amsterdam, Holland.

12, Rua dos Fangueiros, Lisbon and 211, Rua Sa da Bandeira. Oporto, Portugal.

Rue Souverainé 40, Brussels.

Belgium.

5

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1940.

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Firm.

Address.

A.E.G. Societe Luxembourgeoise

pour Enterprises Electriques

(F. Gundlach).

A.E.G. Unio Magyar

Villa-

Rue du Nord 6, Luxemburg,

Luxemburg.

Rudolf-tér 5, Budapest, Hun-

gary.

mossági Részvénytársaság. (A.E.G. Union Ungarische Elektrizitats-aktiengesell-

schaft.)

Adrian, S. L. & Co.

Africana Ltda. Sociedade Geral.

Agencia Comercial y Maritima.

(Heyne Eversbusch & Co.)

Agfa

Agfa Argentina (Dr. Kurt

Oppenheim y Cia.).

Agfa Foto A/S.

Agfa-Foto A/S.

"Agfaphoto

Fényképészeti

Cikkek Eladási Részvénytár- saság. ("Agfaphoto " Ver- kaufsaktiengesellschaft für Photographische Artikel.).

Agfa Gomei Kaisha

Consulado 107. Havana, Cuba.

Lourenço Marques, and Beira, Portuguese East Africa, and at Lisbon, Portugal.

Pasaje America 213, Mexico City, and Av. F.I. Madero No. 6, Pasaje, Mexico City, Mexico.

San Salvador. Salvador.

B. Irigoyen 653, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Montergaarden, Gothersgade 49,

Copenhagen, Denmark.

Fred Olsensgate 1, Oslo, Norway.

V. Nádor-utca 12, Budapest,

Hungary.

Agrex

Agro S.A.

Ahlers, H. D.

Ahlers, Jacob

Ahrens, H., & Company, Nach-

folger (Gomei Kaisha).

Albert, Julio y Cia, Suers.-"La

Gran Sederia."

Alemana de Agencias, Compania

(A. Pance).

Alemana de Vapores Kosmos,

Cia.

Alliança Commercial de Anilinas

Ltda.

10, 2-chome, Marunouchi Koji-

machi-Ku, Tokyo, and Osaka, Japan.

Strada Eprscopie No. Bucharest, Roumania.

Gravina 53, Seville, Spain.

at

16, Rue Marché-au-Lin, Ant-

werp, Belgium.

San José, Santa Cruz, Teneriffe,

Canary Islands.

Yaesu Building, 6, 2-chome, Marunouchi, Tokyo, and branches at Yokohama and Kobe, Japan.

16 de Septiembre No. 83 and 5 de Febrero No. 3, Mexico City, Mexico.

Guayaquil, Ecuador.

Valparaiso, Chile.

81 Av. Almte Barroso, Rio de Janeiro and all branches in Brazil.

Almacen Hogar

y

Cocina

Panama.

314

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1940.

Firm.

Alwin, George

Address.

Ave. Las Palmeras,

Chalet

Anilin A/S.

Anilin Kompagniet A/S.

Anilinas Alemanas S.A.

Antillana Agencia (H.

hausen).

Bark-

Arndt & Cohn Ltda.

Askania Kabushiki Kaisha

Asteroth, Rheinschiffahrts A.G.

Fried.

Auerbach, Philippe

Austro-Bulgarian Tobacco Co.,

Ltd.

'Auto Union Agency

Austro-Hellenic Tobacco Co.

Auto-Union Brasil Ltda.

Bahleke, J. C.-Central Amer-

ican Trading Co.-

Banco Aleman Transatlantico. (Deutsche Überseeische Bank.)

Banco Allemão Transatlantico (Deutsche Überseeische Bank).

Banco Germanico da America do Sul (Deutsch-Sudameri- kanische Bank A.G.).

Banco Germanico de la America del Sud. (Deutsch-Südameri- kanische Bank.)

Banco Germanico de la America

del Sur S.A.

Barkhausen, H.-Agencia Antil-

lana.-

Latorre ", Tetuan, Spanish Morocco.

Tordenskjoldsplase 3, Oslo and

Bergen, Norway.

Harnegade 39, Copenhagen,

Denmark.

Salta 323-25, Buenos Aires, Argentina, and at Sucursal Montevideo, Calle Florida 1450, Montevideo, Uruguay.

Ciudad Trujillo, Dominican

Republic.

Lourenço Marques, Portuguese

East Africa.

Sanwa Building 3,

1-chome

Gofukubashi, Nihonbashi-ku Tokyo, Japan.

Maaskade 85, Rotterdam, Hol-

land.

Rue Conscience 20, Antwerp,

Belgium.

20, April No. 13, Sofia, Bul-

garia.

Moskovska, 3, Sofia, Bulgaria.

49,

Rue Tsimisky, Salonica, Greece.

Rua Riachuelo, 187-189, Rio de

Janeiro, Brazil.

Managua, Nicaragua.

Buenos Aires, Cordoba, and Rosario, Argentina; Antofa- gasta, Concepcion, Santiago, Temuco, Valdivia, and Val- paraiso, Chile; Montevideo, Uruguay; Barcelona, Madrid, and Seville, Spain; Arequipa, and Lima, Peru.

Bahia, Curityba, Porto Alegre, Rio de Janeiro, Santos and São Paulo, Brazil.

Rio de Janeiro, Santos, and São

Paulo, Brazil.

Asuncion, Paraguay; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Mexico City, Mexico; Santiago, and Val- paraiso, Chile.

Madrid, Spain.

Ciudad Trujillio, Dominican

Republic.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1940.

315

Firm.

Address.

Baron,

S.A.-

A.-Union Industrial,

Barth y Cia Sucesores, Eugenio.

"Bavarian-Lloyd " Shipping

Co., Ltd.

Bavarski Lojd

Bayer & Co. ...

Bayer, S.A. Casa.

Bayer and Cia.

Bayer, Chimica Com Farm

Co. Ltd.

"Bayer-Farma

Bayer, La Quimica, S.A.

Bayer-Meister-Lucius

"Bayer"

Kaisha.

:

Yakuhin

Gomei

Becker and Company

Behn Meyer & Co., Handel Mij,

N.V.

Beick Felix y Cia.

Bendix, Alberto

Berger, Curt, and Cia., Soc. de

Resp. Ltda.

Berger, Curt y Cia.

Bergmann & Co....

Berndes, Chas. E. y Cia. ..

Berndorfer Metallwarenfabrik,

Arthur Krupp A/G.

Bernitt & Cia.

Bodewig, Karl y Cia.

(P.O. Box 706) Camino las Flores, Barranquilla, Colom- bia.

Calle 25 de Mayo 731-7, Monte-

video, Uruguay.

Aksakoff. 5, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Karadjordjeva

Yugoslavia.

Teheran, Iran.

43, Belgrade,

San Juan de Letran 24, Mexico

City, Mexico.

Calle Piedras 437, Montevideo,

Uruguay.

Lepanto 2, Vigo, Spain.

Balkan Building, Boul. Dondou-

koff, 51, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Cervino 3101, Buenos Aires, Argentina, and at Avenida Brasil 198, Lima, Peru.

San Jose, Costa Rica.

Yaesu Building, 6, Marunouchi 2-chome, Kojimachi-ku, To- kyo, and branches at Kobe and Nagoya, Japan.

Oye Building, 9, Kinugasa-cho, Kita-ku, Osaka, and at Tokyo, Japan.

Batavia, and all branches in

Netherlands East Indies.

Madero 39, Mexico City, Mexico.

Ahuachapan, Salvador.

25 de Mayo 386-92, Buenos

Aires, Argentina.

Calle Cerrito 677, Montevideo,

Uruguay.

105,

Hachimandori

3-chome,

Fukiai-ku, Kobe, and at Nagoya, Japan.

Rep. del Brasil 112, Havana,

Cuba.

IV. Váci-utca 4, Budapest,

Hungary.

Calle Misiones 1472, Monte-

video, Uruguay.

Comisiones Lonja 431, Havana,

Cuba.

316

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1940.

Firm.

Böhler Keitei Goshi Kaisha

2-chome,

Address.

Takaramachi,

Kyo-

Bolmer, Carlos

Boker and Cia.

:

F:

Boker, Casa. -Ferretera Mexi-

cana, S.A. Cia.-

Boni-Tolo

The

Mining Company,

Borgolte, Rud

Borsig, Rheinmetall, Cia Argen- tina de Maquinas S.R. Ltda.

Bosch Equipo S.A.

Bosch, Robert, A. G.

Brasileira de Electricidade Siemens Schuchert S.A. Com- panhia.

Bremensis, Sociedade Technica

Ltda.

Bromberg & Cia., S.A.C....

Bruckmann, L. E. & Co. ...

Buchner Baucevitch A. G.

Buchner, George Baucevitch

Buckau Wolf

"Büdanil" Festékeladási Rész-

vénytársaság.

"Bulgaria" S.A.

Bulgarian Tube Industry Co..

Ltd.

Burmester & Co. Ltd.

Campbell, John, Successor

Carlowitz & Co.

Carranza & Bernhardt, S. A.

Central American Trading Co.

(J. C. Bahlcke).

Cerjack-Boyna, Eric ...

bashiku, Tokyo, and branches at Osaka and Fukuoka, Japan and Dairen, Kwantung Leased Territory.

Aquiar 574, Havana, Cuba.

Moreno 437, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

16 de Septiembre 60, Mexico.

City, Mexico.

Netherlands East

Celebes,

Indies.

Bolivia.

25 de Mayo 375, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Mallorca 281, Barcelona, Spain.

329, Badenstrasse, Zurich and

Geneva, Switzerland.

Rua General Camara 78, Rio de

Janeiro, Brazil.

Caixa Postal 1548, Rio de Janeiro, and branches at São Paulo, Curityba and Recife (Pernambuco), Brazil.

Moreno 970, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Guayaquil and Manta, Ecuador.

5-7, Rue Diocketiriou, Salonica,

Greece.

Rue Moskovska 3, Sofia, Bul-

garia.

Barquillo 47, Madrid, Spain.

V. Nádor-utca 12, Budapest,

Hungary.

Rue Legue 10, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Slaveikoff 9, Sofia, Bulgaria.

49, Rua de Roboleira, Oporto,

Portugal.

Salonica, Greece.

49,, Shikishima-cho Dairen Kwantung Leased Territory.

Tetuan, Spanish Morocco.

Managua, Nicaragua.

Panama.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1940.

317

Firm.

Address.

Chemia

pany.

Überseehandels Com-

Chimica Bayer Limitada &

A.G.F.A.

>>

Chimica Merck Brazil S.A.

Casa.

China Export-Import and Bank

Co., Ltd.

Clasing, Luis

Clayhills, Thomas & Sons

Comercial C.por. A. Compania ...

Compagnie Industrielle & Char-

bonnière, S.A.

Condor, Sindicato Ltda.

Roku-roku Building 1, Ginza Nishi 3-chome, Kyobashi-ku, Tokyo, Japan.

Rua dom Gerardo 42, Rio de Janeiro and branches through- out Brazil.

Av. Nilo Pecanha 155, Rio de

Janeiro, Brazil.

Chivoda Shoken Building 2. Kyobashi 1-chome, Kyobashi- ku, Tokyo, and Osaka, Japan, also at Dairen, Kwantung Leased Territory.

Edificio Hotel Plaza, Havana,

Cuba.

Tallinn, Estonia.

Monte Cristi, Dominican Re-

public.

4. Quai Van Metteren, Antwerp.

Belgium.

Corrientes 300, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Continental-Caoutchouc

Com-

Torsgatan

41,

Stockholm,

pagnie A/B.

Continental Sociedad, S.A.

Cooperative Belge Ruhrstahl,

Soc.

Cornelsen, Nicolas

Corvin Aruház Részvénytár-

(Corvin Kaufhaus

saság.

A/G.)

Coutinho Caro & Co.

Csavar-és Kovácsarugyár, Brevil- lier & Társa és Urbán A.E. Fiai. (Schrauben und Schmiedewarenfabriks A/G, Brevillier & Co. & A.E. Urban & Sohne.)

Cubana de Tejidos Fabrica

Cudell, Robert

Cudell & Weltzien Ltd.

66

...

Cyclop Surface and Under- ground Construction Bulgarian Co., Ltd.

D-Vo Za Prodashba Na German- ski Anilinovi Boi (Company for the Sale of German Aniline Dyes).

Sweden.

Guayaquil, Ecuador.

Liege, Belgium.

Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

VIII. Blaha Lujza-ter 1/3.

Budapest, Hungary.

Vestre Boulevard 4, Copen.

hagen, Denmark.

V. Váci-ut 168, Budapest, Hun-

gary.

Muralla 474, Havana, Cuba.

14, Largo do Directorio, Lisbon, and 41, Rua Passos Manoel, Oporto, Portugal.

117/121 Rua de

Lisbon, Portugal.

S. Paulo,

Alexander I, No. 4, Sofia, Bul-

garia.

Boul. Dondoukoff, 51, Sofia,

Bulgaria.

318

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1940.

Firm.

Address.

Dai Nippon Kali Kabushiki

Kaisha.

Dalmacija Bauxit

Danadko Automobile A/S.

Danckers, Hugo ...

Danigefa A/S.

Dasbach, Th.

Däuichen, Max....

:

(Donau-Dampfschif-

D.D.S.G.

fahrtsgesellschaft).

Degwitz Hermanos

Delacamp, Piper & Company ....

Denk Aceros Boehler Soc. Resp.

Ltda, Casa.

Deutsche Export Maz Augner

Handelsvertr.

Deutsche Griechische Wirt-

schaftvereinigung.

Deutsche Levant Linie Agency.

Deutsche Luft Hansa Agency

Deutz, Cia. Argentina de Motores Otto Legitimo S.A.

Deutz, Otto ...

Dinamika Co. Ltd.

Doborow, Juan

Doitsu Seiko Kabushiki Kaisha.

Doitsu Seuryo Gomei Kaisha

Drammens Lampefabrik A/S. ...

Duffer, E.

Dunarex S.A.R.

Dyckerhoff & Widmann, S.A....

Teikoku Seimei Building, Ma-

runouchi, Tokyo, Japan.

Vilsonova Obala 35, Split, mines at Drnis, Mostar, Sinj Bihac, Yugoslavia.

Polititorvet 5, Copenhagen,

Denmark.

Managua, Nicaragua.

Ostergade 18, Copenhagen, Den-

mark.

18, Plaine Falcon, Antwerp.

Belgium.

Karlevägen

Sweden.

48, Stockholm,

Bucharest, Roumania.

Calle Colombia 296, Valencia,

Venezuela.

1, Kaigandori, Kobe, Japan.

Belgrano 550, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Batavia, Java, Netherlands East

Indies.

Rue Gennadiou, Athens, Greece.

Bourgas, Bulgaria.

Levski, 1, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Pueyrredon 602, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Serrano 16, Madrid, Spain.

Moskovska, 7, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

2, 3-chome, Marunouchi, Tokyo, and branches at Osaka, Japan, and at Dairen, Kwantung Leased Territory.

Naka 2-gokan, 6, Marunouchi 3- chome, Kojimachi-ku, Tokyo, and at Kobe, Japan.

Drammen, Norway.

Esmeraldas, Ecuador.

Strada Berzei No. 2 Bucharest and branches at Braila and Constanza, Roumania.

Av. R.S. Pena 700, Buenos

Aires, Argentina.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1940.

319

Firm.

Address.

Dyes, H. O. & Co.

Eesdi, Kivioli. A/U

San Jose, Costa Rica.

Shaleoil

Estonia.

Works,

Tallinn,

Einarsson, A., & Funk

Eitzen, Ulrico and Arnold, Otto.

Elgiba **

Societate de Dis- tributia Electricitatei in Banat

S.A.R.

Eliakim & Amran.

Elin S.A. d'industrie elec- trique.

Elsner, Bernard & Cia.

Elsner, Juan & Co.

Emmel Hnos S.A.

Eppinger Albert ...

Erz Mining Co., Ltd.

Exportadora Nacional de Cuba

Compania.

Europa, Societe

Fabricas de Papel Loreto y Pena

Pobre S.A.

Fahl, Jurgen W.

Fathina S. A.

Faust y Kamman S.A.

Fax, Paul

:

Reykjavik, Iceland.

Managua, Nicaragua.

Timisoara, Bucharest,

mania.

Rou-

Edificio Prieto 300, Havana,

Cuba.

Rue Solun, 13, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Bolivia.

Bolivia.

Mercaderes 410, Arequipa, Peru.

Avenue de Belgica 568, Havana,

Cuba.

Dondukoff 6, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Aguiar 609, Havana, Cuba.

Rue Exarch Iossef, 19, Sofia,

Bulgaria.

Villa Obregon and Pena Pobre Distrito Federal, Mexico City, Mexico.

Rues

Frangon Dodecaneson,

Salonica, Greece.

5, Rue Magalou Alexandrou

Salonica, Greece.

Paseo de Gracia 45, Barcelona,

Spain.

San Salvador, Salvador.

Feckler, O. Y. & Co. A.B.

Heikinkatu

Finland.

20A, Helsingfors,

Felten

és

Guillaume Kábel,

Sodrony és Sodronykötelgyár Részvénytársaság. (Felten & Guillaume Kabel-Draht und Drahtseilfabrik Ungarische A/G.)

Ferreteria Alemana

XI. Budafoki-ut 60, Budapest,

Hungary.

Ferretera Mexicana, S.A. Cia.

(Casa Boker).

Ferreteria Universal

Calle Catorce, Asuncion, Para-

guay.

16 de Septiembre 60, Mexico

City, Mexico.

Calle Palma, Asuncion, Para-

guay.

320

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1940.

Firm.

Address.

Ferrostaal A.G.

Ferrostaal A.G. Essen

Ferrostaal G.m.b.H.

Ferrostahl & Co.

Fiess, Alberto

Fokkes & Koch

Frege, Kurt

Friedrich, George H. ....

Gadeke, Carl

Geerz, Casa

:

General de Anilanas, S.A. Cia.

General de Constructiones, S.A.

Cia.

General de Construcciones del

Peru. S. A. Compania.

General Electro Industry Co.,

Ltd.

6 6

G.E.O.P.E." Cia General de Obras Publicas, S.A.

Gerlach & Co., Sucesores

German State Railways, Agency

of the.

G.H.H.,

(Gutehoffnungshutte)

O.Y., A/B.

Giessel & Co.-G. Heidrich &

Co.---

Glarus, Ltd.

Goldenberg, M. & Co.

Gomann, H. & Co.

Gruen & Bilfinger S.R. Ltda.

Gundlach, E.-A.E.G. Societe Luxembourgeoise pour Entre- prises Electriques.-

"Günter Wagner Co., Ltd.

Quito and Guayaquil, Ecuador.

Edificio

La Auxiliar" 301,

Lima, Peru.

Santiago, Chile.

Teheran, Iran.

General Moscardo

3, Santa

Cruz, Teneriffe, Canary Islands.

14, 2-chome, Marunouchi, Koji-

machi-ku, Tokyo, Japan.

Patras, Greece.

Aguiar 609, Havana, Cuba.

Turku (Abo), Finland.

Managua, Nicaragua.

Avenida Brasil 190, Lima, Peru, and at Uruguay 54, Mexico City, Mexico.

Av. Pte. R. S. Pena 933,

Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Edif Gildemeister, Lima, Peru.

Athens, Greece.

B. de Irigoyen 330, Buenos

Aires, Argentina.

Guatemala City, Guatemala.

Tzar Osvoboditel, Sofia, Bul-

garia.

Heikinktu, Helsingfors, Finland.

Postweg Noord 19, Batavia, and at Sourabaya and Medan, Netherlands East Indies.

Rue Graf Ignatieff, 5, Sofia,

Bulgaria.

Medan, Sumatra, Netherlands

East Indies.

Mozambique, Portuguese East

Africa.

San Martin 235, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Rue du Nord 6, Luxemburg,

Luxemburg.

Tzar Simeon, 172, Sofia, Bul-

garia.

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321

Firm.

Address.

Hagelstein, Dr.-Siemens Reini-

ger Werke.-

Hallesche Maschinenfabrik

Hamburg-Amerika Linie ...

Hamburg S.A. La Plata Line ...

Hamburg America S.S. Line ...

Hansa Line, D.D.G.

Hapag-Lloyd Steamship Lines...

Hapag-Lloyd

Hardt, E. & Cia .....

Carrera 10, No. 12-49, Bogota,

Colombia.

Sourabaya (Java), Netherlands

East Indies.

San Salvador, Salvador.

Florida 439. Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Port-au-Prince, Hayti.

Ahwaz, Iran.

San Jose, Costa Rica.

Colon, Panama.

Ayacucho 396, Lima, Peru.

Hartkopp & Kruger

Bulevardie

2a,

Helsingfors,

Hasenclever & Cia

Hastedt Diestel & Cia

Haupt, Alfred

Hazai Fésüsfonó és Szövögyár Részvénytársaság. (Väterländ- ische Kammgarnspinnerei und Weberei A/G.).

Heggenhougen, H.

Heidelk, Hans

Heidrich, G. & Co. (Giessel &

Co.)

Hellénique D'Ampoules Elec-

triques, Société.

Hellinger, M. Sucesores

Henkel & Co. A/S.

Hering & Schoenfeld ....

Hertel, Carl ...

Heyne Eversbusch & Co.

Agencia Comercial y Mari- tima-.

Hildebrand, Oscar

Hirsch & Lemke ..

Hisma

Finland.

Belgrano 673, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Guatemala City, Guatemala.

Petras, Greece.

V. Bécsi-ut 8, Budapest, Hun-

gary.

Trondheim, Norway,

Panama.

Postweg Noord 19, Batavia, and at Sourabaya and Medan, Netherlands East Indies.

Athens, Greece.

Panama.

Axeltory 6, Copenhagen, Den-

mark.

San Jose, Costa Rica.

Ciudad Trujilio, Dominican Re-

public.

Pasaje, America 213, Mexico City, and Av. F.I. Madero No. 6. Pasaje, Mexico City, Mexico.

Miskogvé

Lithuania.

18 A, Kaunas,

Port-au-Prince, Hayti.

Madrid and all branches in

Spain.

322

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1940.

Firm.

Address.

Hisma Ltda.

Hisma", Ltda.

sportes, Soc., Ltda.

Hispano-Marroqui

de

Hoefflinghaus & Geiger

Hoffmeister y Bremer

:

Holstein, C. and Company

Tran-

Holtkamp, J. F. Handels en Industrie Maatschappij V/H, N.V.

Holzman,

Philipp Siemens Bauumion Ltda.-

Horn S.S. Line

Hullstrom Johu

Hutter & Schrantz A/G, Sieb- waren und Filztuchfabriken.

1.G. Farbenindustrie A.G.

Illies, C. & Company

"

Impla" N.V. (Import Maat- schappij voor Pharmaceut- ische Landbouwkundige Arti- kelen N.V.)

Industrial y Mercantil Thyssen, Ltda. Cia Thyssen-Lametal.

Insulana de Transportes Mariti-

mos Ita., Sociedade.

I.P.A. S.A.

Ivers, I.

...

Ivers & Von Stan...

Jabs, Herbert

Jaissle, Otto & Co.

...

Jantzen, C. F. Wilhelm

:

:

:

:

Pi y Margall, 15, Santa Cruz, Teneriffe, and Alvareda 153, Las Palmas, Grand Canary, Canary Islands.

Tetuan, Spanish Morocco.

Tetuan, Spanish Morocco.

Rue Vorreau 4, Athens, Greece.

Calle Juan Paullier 2368, Monte-

video, Uruguay.

12, Kaigan-dori, Kobe-Ku, Kobe, and branches at Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya, Japan.

Batavia,

Indies.

Netherlands

East

Ed. Banco Aleman Antioqueno No. 401, Bogota, Colombia.

Port-au-Prince, Hayti.

Lithuania.

Gyömröi-ut 80, Budapest, Hun-

gary.

Batavia, Samarang, Sourabaya, and Cheribon (Java), Nether- lands East Indies.

Teikoku Seimei Building, Maru- nouchi, Tokyo, and branches at Yokohama, Osaka, and Kobe, Japan, and Dairen, Kwantung Leased Territory.

Batavia, Sourabaya (Java) and Medan (Sumatra), Nether- lands East Indies.

Belgrano

Argentina.

752,

Buenos Aires,

24, Praça Duque da Terceira,

Lisbon, Portugal.

Calle Palma, Asuncion, Para-

guay.

21, Kipdorp, Antwerp, Belgium.

Parklaan 28, Rotterdam, Hol-

land.

Panama.

Noordwijk 15, Batavia and branches at Sourabaya (Java) and Medan, Netherlands East Indies.

Monrovia, Liberia.

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Firm.

Address.

Johann, J.

Jost, Karl

Juganil D.D.

Jugoholding, S. A.

Jugo-Skoda Fabrica

Jugoslovensko A.E.G. Elektricno Drustvo A.D. (Jugoslawische A.E.G. Elektrizitats A.G.)

Jugoslovensko Siemens A.D.

Kaltwasser, Hermann y Com-

pania.

Buitenzorg (Java), Netherlands

East Indies.

Duonelaicio gve 4, Kaunas,

Lithuania.

Kraljev Trg. 5, Belgrade, and at Svacicev Trg. 6, Zagreb, Yugoslavia.

Gospodar Jevremova 35, Bel-

grade, Yugoslavia.

Bd. Pariska 13, Belgrade, and Marticeva 13, Zagreb, Yugo- slavia.

Brankova 30, Belgrade, Yugo-

slavin.

Kralja Aleksandra 8, Belgrade,

Yugoslavia.

Guatemala City, Guatemala.

Kanthauser

28.

Sokrates Greece.

Street. Athens,

Karsruher Parfumerie & Toilet-

tescilenfabrik. F. Wolff Son, G.m.b.II.

Basie, Switzerland.

&

Kaumanns & Co. A.G.

Klockner, Establecimientos S.A.

Ind. Arg.

Knaist Co., Ltd. ...

Knohr, Herbet

Kobenhavns Kul Og Koks

Kompagni.

Kohl, Jacob

Kohpeke & Neumann Inc.

Kolbert, German & Company

Konke. Casa

Krauch, F. y Cia.

Kreacher, M.

Kreditbank (Kreditna Banka)

Kruger J. H.

Krupp & Co.

Bandoeng, Java. Netherlands

East Indies.

Belgrano 931, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Maria Louisa, 55, Sofia, Bul-

garia.

San Jose, Costa Rica.

Islands Brygge 22, Copenhagen, and branches at Hjorring and Hirtshals, Denmark.

Lourenço Marques, Portuguese

East Africa:

Panama City, Panama.

Rep. del Brazil 405, Havana,

Cuba.

Amapala and Tegucigalpa, Hon-

duras.

Calle Estella Asuncion, Para-

guay.

Manta, Ecuador.

6, Ul. Alexander I, Sofia. and

branches in Bulgaria.

Guayaquil, Ecuador.

Teheran, Iran.

324

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Firm.

Krupp, Friedrich, Grussonwerke

A.G. Technische Bureau für

Address.

Batavia,

Indies.

Netherlands East

Niederl-Indien.

Krupp (Hellas) S.A.

"Krupp, Sociedad Metalúrgica

Argentina S.A.

Krupp's Reederij-En Trans-

portbedrijf. N.V. Fried,

Kunath, Erie

Kunst and Albers

Kurz R. J. Gépüzem-és Egészségügyi Telepek Gyára Magyarországi Fiókja. (Kurz A.G. Fabrik für Maschinelle und Gesundheitstechnische- Anlagen, Filiale für Ungarn.).

Kyllman, Bauer & Cia

La Ferreteria Alemana

La

Gran Sederia

Albert Y Cia. Sucrs.-

La Tecnica

Lahusen y Cin, Ltda.

Lang, Eugenio & Co., Ltd.

Leybold Shokwan,

Kaisha, L.

Liepajas Banka A/S.

Lisanski Rudnici A.D.

Lloyd Norte Aleman

Lootz, Ths.

Luders, Ernst

Luhn, Enrique

Luttich, Herman

Lyra, Edgar & Co.

Julio

Kabushiki

:

45.

Rue du Stade, Athens, Greece.

Sarmiento 329, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Westplein 2, Rotterdam, Hol-

land.

Colon. Panama.

16, Higashi-koen-cho, Dairen, Kwantung Leased Territory and at Mukden, Manchuria.

Ida-utca 2, Budapest, Hungary

Bolivia.

Sarmiento 1401, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

16 de Septiembre No. 83 and 5 de Febrero No. 3, Mexico City, Mexico.

Tetuan, Spanish Morocco.

Calle Galicia, 927, Montevideo, Uruguay, and at Paseo Colon, 317, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Managua, Nicaragua.

7, 3-chome, Gofukubashi, Nihon- bashi-ku, Tokyo, and branches at Osaka and Nagoya, Japan.

Sinitsn jela 23/25, Riga and Paznicas iela 3, Libau, Latvia.

Kapetan Misina 6a, Belgrade,

Yugoslavia.

25 de Mayo 267, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Stavanger, Norway.

Port-au-Prince, Hayti.

Muralla 471, Havana, Cuba.

Calle F. 303, Havana, Cuba.

Riga, Latvia.

es Ostrom-u. 11. Budapest, Hun-

Magneto Gepkereskedelmi

Müezaki r.t. (Magneto Ma- schinenhandels-und Technische

A.G.).

Mahn, Julius

gary.

Panama.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1940.

325

Firm.

Address.

Maier Jurgenmeyer

M.A.N.

Mannesmann Rohrenwerke Dus-

seldorf.

Mannesmann, Soc. Tubos, Ltd.

Mannesman,

Tubos, Ltd.

Sociedade de

Mannesmann Soc. Tubos, Ltda.,

S./A.

Mannesmann, Tubos

Mannesmanncao-es Vaskereske- delini r.t. (Mannesmann Röhr-en-und Eisenhandels A.G.)

Marathon-Stomana

Marcus & Harting, Ltda.

Marihat Sumatra Plantagen Co.

G.in.b.H.

Meer A. G.

Meinl Gyula Kávebéhozatali Részvénytársaság. (Julius Meinl, Kaffeimport A/G.)

Merck, E.

Merck Quimica Argentina S.A.

Mercur Müszaki es Vegyipari r.t. Mercur Technische und Chem- ische Industrie A. G.)

Meyer. Arnold Otto N.V. ...

Meyer, L. D. y Cia. Ltda.

Minerales de Espana, S.A.

Montanas del Sur S.A.

Montania, A. D. ...

Moritz, Paul

Morlock, F. ...

Motores Deutsche Werke S.A.

Motores Deutz Otto Limited,

Sociedade.

Grand Bassa, Branch at River

Cess, Monrovia, Liberia.

Tehran, Iran.

Asahi Building, Nakanoghima 3- chome, Kita-ku, Osaka, Japan.

Santiago, Chile.

Rua General Canara 90, Rio de

Janeiro, Brazil.

Belgrano 327, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Calle Colombia 1308, Monte-

video, Uruguay.

Kiraly -ut $2, Budapest, Hun-

gury

Moskovska 7, Sofia, Bulgaria.

50, Rocio, Lisbon, Portugal.

Medan, Sumatra, Netherlands

East Indies.

Asabi Building, 3-chome. Naka- noshima, Kita-ku, Osaka, Japan.

István-ut 23/25, Budapest,

Hungary.

P.O. Box 1302, Bogota, Colom-

bia.

Alsina, 1671/79. Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

IX Illatos-u. 9. Budapest, Hun-

gary.

Heerengracht 256, Amsterdam,

Holland.

Paseo Colon, 301, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Gran Via, 62, Bilbao, Spain.

Seville, Spain

Kapetan Mishin, Belgrade,

Yugoslavia.

Panama.

Managua, Nicaragua.

Calle Provenza 314, Barcelona,

Spain.

Rua da Alfandega 116, Rio de

Janeiro, Brazil.

326

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1940.

Firm.

Address.

Mülhens, Eau de Cologne & parfymerifabriks (i Köln) fil.,

Sundbyberg, Sweden.

Ferd.

Müller, Hermann

Naessens, W. & Co.

Naudasher, Edward

Naviera y Comercial SA, Com-

pania.

Nederlandsche Siemens Maat-

schappij, N.V.

Nederlandsche Siemens Maat-

schappij, N.V.

Nedeximpo Nederlands he Export en Import Mij

"Nedigepha", N.V. Handel

Mij.

Nehlsen, H. .....

Nemacki-Auto-Servis

Neumaticos-Continental S.A.

Niehaus Guillermo & Co.

Nippon Diesel Kogyo Kabushiki

Kaisha.

Nippon Schering Kabushiki

Kaisha.

Norddeutscher Lloyd

Norddeutscher Lloyds Svenska

A/B.

Norrigefa A.S.

Norsk Akkumulator Co. A/S. ...

Norsk Telefunken, Radiotiesel-

skap.

Nottebohm. Hermanos

Nottebohn Trading Co.

Oppenheim. Dr. Kurt & Cia.

Agfa Argentina.-

Optica, Ltda., Sociedade.-Carl

Zeiss.-

Orenstein & Koppel Magyar Részvénytársaság. (Orenstein & Koppel Ungarische A/G.).

Misitülor 11, Braila, Roumania.

Sourabaya,

Djokjakarta,

and

Batavia (Java) and Medan (Sumatra), Netherlands East Indies.

94. Rue Oborishte, Sofia, Bul-

garia.

(P.O. Box 1986) Aguiar 411,

Havana, Cuba.

Batavia and Sourabaya, Nether-

lands East Indies.

Huijgenspark 38-39, The Hague,

Holland.

Visschersdam,

Holland.

Amsterdam,

Keizersgracht 58, Amsterdam,

Holland.

Guatemala City, Guatemala.

Vojvode Misica 12, Belgrade,

Yugoslavia.

Segasta 15, Madrid and all

branches in Spain.

San Jose and Limon, Costa Rica.

21. Mitsubishi Building, Maru-

nouchi, Tokyo, Japan.

83. Kyomachi, Kobe, Japan.

San Salvador. Salvador.

Jakobstorg

Sweden.

1,

Stockholm,

Prinsensgate 2, Oslo, Norway.

Pilestredet 75 c, Oslo, Norway.

Ovre Vollgate 11. Oslo, Norway.

Guatemala City, Guatemala.

San Salvador, Salvador.

B. Irigoyen 653, Buenos Aires.

Argentina.

Rua dos Benedictinos 21, Rio de

Janeiro, Brazil.

VI. Vilmos császár-ut 31, Buda-

pest, Hungary.

A

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1940.

327

Firm.

Address.

Orenstein

&

Koppel,

N.V.

Sourabaya, Netherlands

Indies.

East

Fabrieken van Spoorweg-

materiaal.

Orenstein & Koppel S.A. .

Osram A/S.

Osram-Cia Argentina de Lam-

paras Electricas S.A.

Osram, O.Y. A.B.

Ostern & Co. Sociedad Anonima.

Otten y Cia. S.A.

Overbeck, G.

Oversjoisk Transit A/S.

Paege Sandau, Fred.

Pance, A.-Alemana de Agen-

cias, Compania.-

Pasch y Hermanos, G.

Paukner, A.

Pécsvidéki Kószénbánya Rész- vénytársaság. (Pecser Re- gional Steinkohlenbergbau A/G).

Pentzke, Carlos

...

Philippi, Wilhelm & Co. ...

Pinks & Loredo

Ponto, B.

Productos Quimicos Schering.-

Schering & Cia. A/G.--

Puschmann, Frederico

Putrimas, Alexander

Quimica "Bayer" Westkott y

Cia.

Quimica Schering Colombiana

S.A.

Quincke, S.A., Ernesto

Raabe, H.

:

San Martin 66, Buenos Aires, Argentina, and at Carrera San Jeronimo 36, Madrid, Spain.

Solvgade 10, Copenhagen, Den- mark, and at Pilestredet 75 c, Oslo, Norway.

Luca 2251, Buenos Aires.

Argentina.

Helsingfors, Finland.

Banco del Herrador 587, Lima,

Peru.

Plaza San Martin 130, Lima,

Peru.

Cape Palmas, Monrovia. Branch

at Grand Cess. Liberia.

Skippergate 27, Oslo, Norway.

Apartado de Correos 98, Tetuan,

Spanish Morocco.

Guayaquil, Ecuador.

A. Recalde 36, Bilbao, Spain.

Marina 9, Santa Cruz, Teneriffe,

Canary Islands.

V. Rudolf Rakpart 5, Buda-

pest, Hungary.

Managua, Nicaragua.

Mozambique, Ibo and

and Porto Amelia, Portuguese East Africa.

Amistad 415, Havana, Cuba.

Bahia de Caraquez, Ecuador.

Linea 552, Vedado, Havana,

Cuba.

San Salvador, Salvador.

Lithuania.

P.O. Box No. 301, Bogota, and

all branches in Colombia.

P.O. Box 147, Bogota, Colom-

bia.

Calle Cerro Largo 851, Monte-

video, Uruguay.

Beira, Portuguese East Africa.

328

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1940.

Firm.

Address.

Rabe y Cia., Otto

Radios Telefunken

Ratjen Rud and Company

"Reemstma" Export und Revi- sion Bureau der Firma H.F. and Ph. F. Reemstma.

der Deutschen

Reichsverband der

Luftfahrt-Industrie.

Reider, F. y Cia.

Reimers & Co., Fritz.

Rein, Frederico

Reinbold & Co.

Reuter, Ingeniorbyra A.

:

:

:

:

Rheinborn, Hennemann, & Co.

A.G.

Rhenania, S.A.

"Riberana

del Plata" (Sud- americana de Comercio S.A. Cia.).

Rieckermann, Johs.

Rieper, Wilhelm

Rijn-En Zeetransport Maat-

schappij, N.V.

Ringnes, Ellef

Ringys Pranas and

Didziulis.

Nicholas

Rittermann, Hans G., S.A.

Rochling Steel Works

Rödelheimer, H.

. Roechling Stahl A.G.

Calle 25 de Mayo 694-700,

Montevideo, Uruguay.

Santiago, Chile.

34,

Kitamachi 6-chome, Ao- yama, Tokyo, and at Osaka, Japan, also at Dairen, Kwan- tung Leased Territory.

Moskovska 7, Sofia, Bulgaria.

21. Mitsubishi Building, 2, 3- chome, Marunouchi, Tokyo,

Japan.

Calle Palma, Asuncion, Para-

guay.

San Jose, Costa Rica.

Av. Colombia 1838. Asuncion,

Paraguay.

Port-au-Prince and branches at Gonaives, Miragoane, Petit Goave and Saint Mari, Hayti.

Keskuskatu 1, Helsingfors, Fin-

land.

Bandjermasin and Balikpapan (Dutch Borneo) and Sibolga, Taroetoeng, Padangsidem- poean, Pematang and Siantar (Sumatra). Netherlands East Indies.

215, Avenue d'Italie. Antwerp,

Belgium.

Av. de Mayo 869, Buenos Aires. Argentina, and at Calle 350, Montevideo.

Piedras,

Uruguay.

Kaigan Building, 10, Kyomachi.

Kobe, and at Tokyo, Japan.

Boulevard Tsar Osvoboditel 17,

Sofia, Bulgaria.

Pr. Heindrikkade 160, Rotter-

dam, Holland.

Stortingsgate 22. Oslo. Norway.

Lithuania.

Azangaro 235, Lima. Peru.

7.

Takara-cho 3-chome, Kyo- bashi-ku, Tokyo, Japan.

Kaa-el-Hafa, Tetuan, Spanish

Morocco.

Zurich and Basle, Switzerland.

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329

Firm.

Address.

Roedinger H. y Cia. S.A.

Roemer, Hans y Cia.

Rohde & Co.'s Vrachtkantoor

N.V. Matthias.

Rohde & Jörgens' Expeditie- maatschappij, N.V. Matthias. Rohde & Jorgens S.A., Mat-

thias.

Rosenthal, A.

Rossner, Casa

Rotermanni "Rotermann' i

Tehased" A/S Chr.

Rotmann, Franz

Rudolf and Company

Ruhr und Saar Kohle A.G.

Saalman & Co.

S.A.B.A.T.

Salevskis, Martin

Salzmann-féle Magyar Textili- par Részvénytársaság. (Salz- mann Ungarisches Textilwerk A/G.).

Samson, Ernesto

Sarex S.A.R.,

:

:

Ica, Peru.

Aguiar 574, Havana, Cuba.

Boompjes 83, Rotterdam, Hol-

land.

Niewland 5b, Rotterdam, Hol-

land.

2 Quai Ortelius, Antwerp, Bel-

gium.

Cape Hayti, Hayti.

Amapala and

Honduras.

Tallinn, Estonia.

Tegucigalpa,

Carabaya 330, Lima, Peru.

Daido Seimei Building 1, Toso- bori-dori 1-chome, Nishi-ku, Osaka, and at Tokyo, Japan.

Basle, Switzerland.

Guayaquil, Ecuador.

4, Quai van Meteren, Antwerp,

Belgium.

Lithuania.

V. Báthory-u 6, Budapest,

Hungary.

Saroge S.A.R.

Sauermann,

Walther

Scheepvaarts Agentuur Maat-

schappij.

Scheffel & Schmidt A/G.

Schenker & Co.

Schenker & Co., Bulgarian International Transport Co.

Ltd.

Schenker & Co. Ltd.

Schenker & Co.'s Internationale

Expeditie, N.V..

Cristo 16, Havana, Cuba.

Strada Italiana 3, Bucharest,

Roumania.

Bucharest, Roumania.

Liamese al and Albareda 153, Las Palmas, Grand Canary, Canary Islands.

8. Quai Taverniers, Antwerp,

Belgium.

16. Rue Tsimisky, Salonika,

Greece.

Riga, Latvia.

Leghe 4, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Athens and Salonica, Greece.

W. Buytewechstraat 68, Rot-

terdam, Holland.

-

330

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1940.

Firm.

Address.

Schenker és Társai, Budapest, Nemzetkozi Szállítmányozási Részvénytársaság. (Schenker

&

Co., Budapest, Inter- nationale Speditions A/G.).

"Schenker i Komp (First Yugo- slav Forwarding Company).

Schering & Cia. A/G Productos

Quimicos Schering).

Schering-Kahlbaum A.G.

Schering, Quimica S.A.

Schifffahrtskontor

G.m.b.H.

Fuer Iran

Schildhauer, P. & Co., Ltd.

Schlieper, Carl N. V. Handel

Mij.

Schluter, Edward

Schmidt & Cia.

Schmidt Shoten, Limited

Schmitz, P. and Company En-

gineering Office.

Schneider, Gustav

Schnell & Cia

Schnell, Willy

Schöller,

Bleckmann,

Seiko Goshi Kaisha.

:

Phönix

Schroder, A.B., O.Y.O....

Schroeder, Georg and Leiden-

berg.

Schuebel, Rudolf

Schultz, S.A. Casa

Schultz Wilhelm & Co.. Soc.

Ltda.

Schunemann

Schutt, Otto & Co.

Schutte, Alfred H. y Cia. S.L.

V. Nádor-utca 26, Budapest,

Hungary.

Kralja Petra 21, Belgrade,

Yugoslavia.

Linea 552, Vedado, Havana,

Cuba.

Panama.

Monroe 1378, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Ahwaz, Iran.

Gourko, 4, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Batavia and all branches in

Netherlands East Indies.

Tehran, Iran.

San Salvador, Salvador.

2, 3-chome, Muromachi, Nihon- bashi-ku, Tokyo, and branch at Osaka, Japan.

Room 501/513 Nippon Kaijo Building, Edobori-kamidori 1- chome, Nishi-ku, Osaka, Japan.

Serdika 2, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Palma a Municipal 9, Caracas,

Venezuela.

Tehran, Iran.

2-chome, Uchisaiwaicho, Koji- machi-ku, Tokyo, and branch at Osaka, Japan.

Kerikinkatu 12, Turku (Abo),

Finland.

Lourenço Marques, Portuguese

East Africa.

9, Rue Pirot, Sofia, and Ouspen- ska 12, Bourgas, Bulgaria.

Uruguay 51. Mexico City,

Mexico.

Calle Falange de Marruccos, 19,

Tetuan, Spanish Morocco.

Isfahan, Iran.

Cape Hayti, Hayti.

Calle Lauria 18, Barcelona and branches in Seville and Bilbao Spain.

:

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331

Firm.

Address.

Schweitzer & Cia.

Schweizerische Filiale der Lang- bein Pfanhauser Werke, A.G.

Seam. Scheepvaart en Agentuur

Mij N.V.

Seidel, K. & Co.

Siegel, Carl. A/S.

Siemens

Siemens, A/S.

Siemens Bauunion

Siemens-Bauunion, Cia Platense

de Construcciones S.A.

Siemens Bauunion Ltda. (Phi-

lipp Holzman).

"Siemens Bulgaria Electrical

Co. Ltd.

Siemens & Co.

Siemens Co. Ltd.

Siemens, Companhia de Elec-

tricidade.

Siemens Elektricitets A/S.

Siemens, Elektriska Aktiebolaget

Siemens Elektrizitats Erzeug-

nisse A.G.

Siemens, Enrique

Bolivia.

Zurich, Switzerland.

Westplein 2. Rotterdam, Hol-

land.

Aux Cayes, Hayti.

Lai. 27, Tallinn, Estonia.

ch. Charleroi 116, Brussels.

Belgium.

Riga, Latvia.

Palacio Salvo P.9. Montevideo,

Uruguay.

Av. de Mayo 869, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Ed Banco Aleman Antioqueno No. 401, Bogota, Colombia.

Sofia,

Tzaritza, Joanna

Bulgaria.

Teheran, Iran.

25,

Technical Bureau, Dorostol, and

Lulin, Sofia, Bulgaria.

118, Rua Augusta, Lisbon and 12, Rua das Carmelitas, Oporto, Portugal.

Blegdamsvej 124, Copenhagen,

Denmark.

Kungsgatan 36, Stockholm,

Sweden.

Zurich and Berne, Switzerland.

Siemens, Estnische Handels

A.G.

Siemens & Halske

Siemens and Halske A.G.

Siemens, Hellenic S.A.

Siemens Industria Electrica,

S.A.

Siemens (Mexico) S.A.

Pta. Canseco, 55, Santa Cruz, Teneriffe and Buenos Aires 7, Las Palmas, Grand Canary, Canary Islands.

Tallinn, Estonia.

Zurich, Switzerland.

Calle 12 No. 10-43, Bogota,

Colombia.

7-9, Sophocles Street, Athens,

Greece.

San Francisco 25, Santa Cruz,

Teneriffe, Canary Islands.

Avenida Juarez 30, Mexico City,

Mexico.

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Firm.

Address.

Siemens Norsk Aktieselskab.

Siemens-Reiniger Müvek Rész-

vénytársaság Magyar.

Magyar. (Un- garische Siemens-Reiniger- Werke A/G.).

Siemens Reiniger Werke (Dr.

Hagelstein).

Siemens S.A.

des

Produits

Siemens S.A.

Electro-techniques.

Siemens Schuckert A.G.

Siemens Schuckert Ltda....

Siemens Schuckert Denki Kabu-

shiki Kaisha.

Siemens-Schuckert, Elektriska

A.B.

Siemens-Schuckert-Müvek Vil-

lamossági Részvénytársaság Magyar. (Ungarische Siemens- Schuckert-Werke Elektrizitats

A/G.).

Siemens-Schuckert

S.A., Cia

Platense de Electricidad.

Siemssen and Company

Rosenkrantzgate 11, Oslo, and branches at Bergen, Trond- heim and Stavanger, Norway.

VI. Nagymező-utca 4, Budapest.

Hungary.

Carrera 10, No. 12-49, Bogota,

Colombia.

Luxemburg.

Place de la Gare, Lausanne.

Switzerland.

Calle 12 No. 10-43, Bogota.

Colombia.

Valparaiso (and branches at Santiago, Concepcion, Anto- fagasta), Chile.

2. B-chome, Marunouchi, Tokyo.

and branch at Osaka, Japan.

Mikonkatu 11. Helsingfors, Fin-

land.

VI. Terézkörut 36. Budapest.

Hungary.

Avenida de Mayo 869, Buenos

Aires, Argentina.

Totaku Building, Yamagata-dori.

Dairen, Kwantung

Leased

Territory.

44.

Helsingfors.

Silvana, O.Y., A.B.

Singer Varrógép Reszvenytár- saság (Singer Nähmaschinen Aktiengesellschaft).

Skoda-Iran, S.A.

Société générale de

de Banque Yougoslave S.A. (Opste Yugo- slovensko Bankarsko Drustvo A.D.).

Soc. Rom. de Elictricitate "Sie-

mens-Schuckert" S.A.

Sommer Herrmann y Cia

Sommer, Richard

Soproni Fésüsfonalgyár, Vöslaui Fésüsfonalgyár Részvénytár- saság. (Soproner Kammgarn- fabrik, Filiale der A/G der Voslauer Kammgarnfabrik.).

Kasarmikatu

Finland.

VII Rákóczi-ut 16, Budapest,

Hungary.

Tehran, Iran.

Belgrade, Ljubljana, Novi Sad

and Zagreb. Yugoslavia.

C.A. Rosetti 21, Bucharest.

Roumania.

Palma 37, Mexico City, Mexico.

Lithuania.

Sopron, Hungary.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1940.

333

Firm.

Address.

Soproni Szönyeg és Textilmüvek Részvénytársaság, ezelött Haas Fülop es Fiai. (Soproner Tep- pich und Textilwerke A/G, vormals Philipp Haas Sohne.).

Soya Company

"Soya for the production and export of Oleaginous Seeds Co. Ltd.

Spiegel, Erwin

Stahlunion, A/B

Stallunion Limitada

:

Zrinyi-utca 12, Budapest, Hun-

gary.

Bucharest, Roumania.

Aksakoff, 5, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Tehran, Iran.

Kungsgatan Sweden.

33,

Stockholm,

Rio de

Stamer & Co.

Boeki

Standard Braid & Produce Co.

of Japan. (Daiichi Goshi Kaisha.).

Standard Transport Maatschap-

pij. N.V.

Staudt y Cia

Standt & Cia Ltda.

Staudt & Cia S.A.C....

Staudt y Cia S.A.C.

Stein, Carlos

S

Cia

Steinhardt, B. & F. Bollen-

hagen & Co. v/h.

Steyr Solothurn Waffen A.G....

Stickstoffe Kali Syndikat

Stinnes, Hugo, Ltda., S.A.

Com. e. Ind.

Stoltenhof Werner

Stoltz, Hermann & Cia.

Stomana Co. Ltd.

Straits und Sunda Syndikat's

Administratie Kantoor.

Stude, Oscar

:

:

Rua Candelaria 53,

Janeiro, and at Sen de Quei- roj, 76, São Paulo, Brazil.

Guayaquil, Ecuador.

6, 2-chome, Gokodori, Fukiai-

ku, Kobe, Japan.

Pr. Hendrikkade 160, Rotter-

dam, Holland.

Calle Catorce de Julio, Asun-

cion, Paraguay.

Valparaiso, and branches at Santiago, Concepcion, Temu- co, Punta Arenas, Chile.

B. Irigoyen 330, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Calle Paysandu 935, Monte-

video, Uruguay.

5 de Febrero 175, Mexico City,

Mexico.

Batavia, Sourabaya, and Sama- rang, Java, and Medan (Sumatra), Netherlands East Indies.

Zurich, Switzerland.

Sofia, Bulgaria.

Sarmiento 329, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Patras, Greece.

Avenida Rio Branco 66/74, Rio de Janeiro, and all branches in Brazil.

Vesletz 24, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Noordwijk 39, Batavia-Centrum,

Netherlands East Indies.

Tallinn, Estonia.

334

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1940.

Firm.

Address.

Stuve, W. & Co.

Styria-Staal

Styria Stahl A.G.

:

Styria-Stomana Co. Ltd. ...

Styrian Steel Works, Limited...

Sudamericana de Comercio, S.A. Cia.--Riberena del Plata.-

Sudamericana de Electricidad

A.E.G. Cia.

Tagua, Casa.

Tamm y Cia.

Telefunken

Telefunken

Gesellschaft

4 Rua de S. Francisco, Oporto,

Portugal.

Ged. Glashaven, 34, Rotterdam,

Holland.

Zurich, Switzerland.

21, Iskr, Sofia, Bulgaria.

2. 1-chome, Echizenbori, Kyo- bashi-ku, Tokyo, and branch at Osaka, Japan.

Av. de Mayo 869, Buenos Aires, Argentina, and at Calle Piedras, 350, Montevideo, Uruguay.

Santiago, Chile.

Manta, and branches at Bahia de Caraquez. and Esmeraldas, Ecuador.

Uruguay

Mexico.

68.

Mexico City,

Union 790. Lima, Peru.

fuer

Zurich, Switzerland.

Drahtlose Telegraphie G.m.b.H.

Berlin.

Telefunken Radio S.A.

Telefongyár

Részvénytársaság

(Telefonfabrik

Aktiengesell-

schaft).

Teuchler, R.

Thalheim, Georg A/S.

Thyssen-Lametal,-Cia

Indus-

trial y Mercantil Thyssen,

Ltda.

Tramsen, G. & Sons

Tudor

accumulatorgy ar

részvénytársaság ("Tudor"

gesellshaft).

13. Bucharest Street, Athens,

Greece.

XIV Hungári Közép-Körut 126/128, Budapest, Hungary.

Cape Hayti, Hayti.

Riga, Latvia.

Belgrano 752, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Rue Exarch Iossef, No. 31,

Sofia. Bulgaria.

VI, Vaci-ut 137/139, Budapest,

Hungary.

Accumulatorenfabriks - Aktien-

Undeutsch, F. & Co.

Union A.E.G. jugoslav d.d. (A.E.G. Union Jugoslawische Elektrizitats A.G.).

Union Industrial S.A. (A.

Baron).

Union Quimica S.A....

United Agencies Co. S.A.

Tehran, Iran.

Karadziceva 1, Zagreb, Yugo-

slavia.

(P.O. Box No. 706) Camino las Flores, Barranquilla, Colom- bia.

Mexico City, Mexico.

Panama.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1940.

335

Firm.

Address.

Victoria-Linoleumfabrik A/S.

Von Appen, Ernest

Von Bergen, J., & Cia.

Sandvika, Nr. Oslo, Norway. Sales office: Drammensveien 6, Oslo.

39, Quai des Moines, Ghent,

Belgium.

Bolivia.

6th September, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Von Heringen, Wilhelm

Von Uslar, Armin

Vorkauf, Carlos A.

Vorwerk & Co.

:.

:

Vulcaan, N.V. Handels en Trans-

port Maatschappij.

Waffenfabrik Solothurn, A.G. ...

Wahl, H. G.

..

Wayss & Freytag, S.A. Empresa

Constructora.

Weimer, L. N. ...

Weinberger & Paulmichl ...

Weiser, Dr. & Hering Suc.

Weisgerber, Erwin

West & Co., Ltd.

Westen, Adolf, D.D.

Westfalische Transport A.G.

Westkott y Cia. "Bayer"

Will, R. A. ...

Wille, Theodor & Cia Ltda.

Wilmer, H. & O.

Wilmes, H. y Cia.

Wimmer, J., & Cia. ...

Winckler and Company

:

:

Obispo 258, Havana, Cuba.

Cmdte. Felipe Sanchez, 9, Cal-

vario, Vigo, Spain.

Valparaiso, and at Santiago,

Chile.

Veerkade 5, Rotterdam, Hol-

land.

Solothurn, Switzerland.

Port-au-Prince, Hayti.

Av. L.N. Alem 168, Buenos

Aires, Argentina.

Batavia, Netherlands East Indies.

Athens, Greece.

(P.O. Box No. 1492) Almacen Lindner, Bogota, Colombia.

Ciudad Trujillo, Dominican Re-

public.

Monrovia and branches at Sinoe, Grand Bassa and Cape Pal- mas, Cape Mount, Marshall, River Cess, Grand Cess, Sass- town, Liberia.

Gaberje 143, pri Celje, Yugo-

slavia.

Westerkade

Holland.

31. Rotterdam,

Calle Uruguay 1016, Monte-

video, Uruguay.

Rep. del Brasil 112, Havana,

Cuba.

Av. Rio Branco 79-81, Rio de Janeiro, and branches, Brazil.

Calle O'Donnell,

Spanish Morocco.

12.

Tetuan

San Salvador. Salvador.

34, Avenida 24 de Julho, Lisbon, and 18, Rua Monsinho da Sil- veira, Oporto, Portugal.

(P.O. Box 161) 256, Yamashita- cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama, and at Kobe, Japan.

336

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1940.

Firm.

Address.

Witkopp, Otto

...

Woermann, A. & Co.

:

:

Wolff, F. and Son, G.m.b.H.-

Karlsruher Parfumerie & Toi- litteseifenfabrik.--

Wolff, Otto

Wolfinger, Carl...

Wolter, Carl Gomei Kaisha (Carl

Wolter & Co.).

Wurst, Herbert

Zeiss, Carl

Zeiss, Carl (Sociedade Option

Ltda.).

Zeiss Kabushiki Kaisha, Carl ...

Zeiss, Svenska A/B.

Zeller, Mozer & Cia.

Zickermann Sociedade S.A.R.L.

Zieriacks, Becker y Cia.

Ziniert, Otto y Cia. ...

Lithuania.

Monrovia and branches at Cape Mount, Grand Bassa and Cape Palmas, Liberia.

Basle, Switzerland.

Guayaquil, Quito and Santa

Elena, Ecuador,

Tabriz, Iran.

3, Homachi 3-chome Jinsen

(Chemulpo), Korea.

San Salvador, Salvador.

B. Irigoyen 330, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Rua dos Benedictinos, 21, Rio

de Janeiro, Brazil.

Yusen

Building, Marunouchi, Tokyo, and branch at Osaka, Japan.

Kungsgatan 33, Stockholm,

Sweden.

Bolivia.

(Apartado 115) 3, Rossio, Lisbon. and at Avenida dos Aliados 64-20, Oporto, Portu- gal.

Bolivia.

Calle Palma, Asuncion, Para-

guay.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1940.

No. 258.

Order.

I. WILLIAM JAMES CARRIE, Controller of Food, by virtue and in exercise of the powers vested in me by the Defence Regulations, 1939, with the consent of His Excellency the Governor, hereby make the following order :---

The standard prices for the following articles of food shall, until further notice, be as follows:

Brand.

Standard Price.

$ c.

Butter.

Fresh Butter-Best quality

1.30 per lb.

Sweetened Condensed Milk.

Eagle, 14 oz.

.62 per tin.

Eagle, 7 oz.

.82

Eagle, 23 oz.

.15

Gold Medal, 14 oz.

.52

""

""

Lighthouse, 14 oz.

.44

>"

Lighthouse, 2 oz.

.11

"

Peacock

.45

,,

Longevity, 14 oz.

.57

,,

Longevity, 7 oz.

.29

""

,,

Longevity, 2 oz.

.14

وو

,,

Swan, 14 oz.

.44

""

,,

Swing, 14 oz.

.44

Toddler

.39

""

Evaporated Milk.

Ideal, 141 oz.

.41 per tin.

Ideal, 6 Oz.

.18

""

""

Milkmaid, 141⁄2 oz.

Milkmaid, 6

Oz.

St. Charles, 141⁄2 oz. St. Charles, 6 Nestles, 14 oz.

Nestles, 6 oz.

Peerless, 14 oz. Peerless, 6

Oz.

Oz.

...

Dykeland, 14 oz.

Carnation, 14 oz. Carnation, 6 oz.

.33

.17

""

39

:

""

"

.33

.17

.33

23

.17

"

.32

>>

.16

:

,,

>>

.31

:

.33

.17

,,

"

Gloria, 141 oz.

.32

J

Gloria, 6

OZ.

.16

""

وو

Tower, 14 oz.

.31

وو

337

L

338

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1940.

Brand.

Standard Price.

Evaporated Milk,-Contd.

Rainbow, 141⁄2 oz.

Rainbow, 6 oz.

...

Dutch Baby

Pacific, 16 oz.

$ c.

.32 per tin.

.16

...

""

""

.31

....

.33

,,

""

Pacific, 7 oz.

16

Peter Pan, 14 oz.

.32

Peter Pan, small

.16

""

Cottage

.31

""

Golden State, 141⁄2 oz.

.32

""

وو

Seal, 141⁄2 oz.

.31

""

"

...

Meyenberg, All-Pure, 14 oz.

.32

""

وو

.16

>>

Meyenberg, All-Pure, 6 Oz.

Sweetened Condensed Skimmed Milk.

Blue Butterfly, 13 oz.

Cowbell

Cowslip, 15 oz.

...

Rainbow

Umbrella, 131⁄2 oz.

.28 per tin.

.28 ""

.28

99

""

>>

.28 ""

.28

""

Sterilised Natural Milk.

Milkmaid, 430 grm.

Milkmaid, 155 grm.

Red Ribbon, 15 oz.

Powdered Milk.

(i) Modified for Infant Feeding.

.45 per tin.

.22

"

.45

""

""

Cow & Gate, Full Cream, 2 lbs. Cow & Gate, Full Cream, 1 lb. Cow & Gate, Half Cream, 2 lbs. Cow & Gate, Half Cream, 1 lb.

4.90 per tin.

2.54

,,

4.63

2.05

""

""

Glaxo, 2 lbs.

4.47

...

""

Glaxo, 1 lb.

2.41

""

Lactogen, 3 lbs.

6.40

,,

"}

Lactogen, 2 lbs.

Lactogen, 1 lb.

4.50

2.30

""

1.23

""

39

Lactogen, lb.

Nestogen, Full or Half Cream, 1 lb. ... 2.30

(ii) For Domestic Use.

Anchor Full Cream. 50 lbs. Anchor Full Cream, 25 lbs.

Anchor Full Cream. 5 lbs. Ancher Full Cream. 24 lbs.

Anchor Full Cream, 1 lb.

""

""

...48.00 per tin. ...25.50

7.70

4.12

1.76

''

وو

:་

I

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1940.

339

Brand.

Standard Price.

$ c.

Powdered Milk,--Continued.

(ii) For Domestic Use,-Continued.

Klim, 5 lbs.

...11.10 per tin.

Klim, 21 lbs.

5.92

""

""

Klim, 1 lb.

2.59

,,

Nestles Full Cream, 5 lbs.

...10.97 ">

"

Nestles Full Cream, 2 lbs.

5.91

""

Nestles Full Cream, 1 lb.

2.46

Dryco, 3 lbs.

5.07

,

Dryco, 12 oz.

1.32

"

Thick Cream.

Cow & Gate, 5 oz.

.36 per tin.

Cow & Gate, 3 oz.

.25

"}

Peony, 6 oz.

.54

""

Nestles, 11 oz. ...

.75

""

Nestles, 5 oz.

.56

...

""

>>

Nestles, 4

Oz.

.50

2)

وو

Golden Butterfly, 6 oz.

.35

""

**

Golden Butterfly, 3 oz.

.21

Libby's

Emery

Fray Bentos

Tinned Corned Beef.

Tinned Pork and Beans.

.44 per tin.

.33

33

No. 1 Size Stokely Brand

Smaller Sizes Standard Brands

.35 per tin.

.27

Tinned Sardines.

California (Morjon)

.37 per tin.

Del Monte

.41

"

S. & W.

.45

Tinned Salmon.

Del Monte Alaska Red Sockeye-

Tall tins

Flat tins

Fancy Red Alaska Salmon,

No. 1 Tall tins

...

S. & W. Finest Red Salmon, Flat tins.

.92 per tin.

.68

.88

.94

وو

"

340

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1940.

Brand.

Standard Price.

$ c.

Margarine and Vegetable Lard.

Vegetable Lard-

Repacked Margarine

.38 per lb.

Imported Packed Margarine

.60

"

8.91 per tin.

7.85

>>

.28 per lb.

Soltera

Purico, 30 lb. tins

Do.

Purico, 1 lb. tins

Rolled Oats and Oatmeal.

Rolled Oats in Cartons, 3 lbs.

.66 per tin.

1.05 per carton

Rolled Oats in Cartons, 20 oz.

Rolled Oats, sold loose

Oatmeal in tins, C. & B., 2 lbs. Quaker Oats, in tins, 20 oz. Nestle's Quick Oats, in tins, 20 oz.

55

:)

97

.16 per lb.

1.16 per tin.

.82

"

.71

دو

دو

وو

Sugar.

Fine Granulated :

Loose

1 lb. rolls

5 bags

""

10 bags

""

18 tins

""

40 tins

50

100

وو

:

,, gunny and lining

وو

gunny and lining

1 pcl. gunny and lining In any other packing

Half Cubes:

Loose

1 lb. cartons

...

...

...

.15

per lb. .15 per roll. .72 per bag.

1.40

وو

2.82 per tin.

5.87

,,

6.83 per bag.

..13.40

55

...17.75 per pcl.

.15 per lb.

.16 per lb.

.16 per carton.

3

cartons

6

cartons

25

cartons

.46

""

9

.90

3.65

""

""

In any other packing

Icing Sugar:

Loose

1 lb. cartons

1 tins

""

2 tins

""

4

tins

""

""

15 tins

30 tins

In any other packing

""

....

.16 per lb.

.18 per lb.

.18 per carton.

.27 per tin.

·46

.87

2.80

5.10

""

,,

59

"

.18 per lb.

1

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341

Brand.

Castor Sugar:

Loose

1 lb. tins

2

tins

4

tins

""

15 tins

"}

30

tins

Standard Price.

$ c.

Sugar, Continued.

:

:

:

.26 per lb.

.26 per tin.

.44

""

""

.83

""

>>

2.70

وو

;)

4.90

وو

In any other packing.

Brown Sugar:

Loose

2 lb. cartons

...

.26 per lb.

.14 per lb.

.27 per carton.

In any

other packing

.14 per lb.

Taikoo Golden Syrup:

1 lb. tins

.23 per tin.

2

7

tins

.40

"

"

tins

1.14

""

""

""

14

tins

2.07

22

29

""

28

tins

3.67

""

7.12

""

56 tins

""

14 oz. bottles

Taikoo Black Treacle:

2 lb. tins

Taikoo Table Candy-Medium :

1 lb. tins

21,, tins

.35 per bottle.

.31 per tin.

.26 per tin.

.58

""

Taikoo Coffee Candy:

1 lb. cartons

Taikoo Coffee Crystals:

1 lb. rolls

.18 per carton.

.16 per roll.

Coffee.

lb.

Del Monte, 1 lb.

Hills Bros.,

Hills Bros., 1 lb.

Hills Bros., 2 lb.

S. & W., 1 lb.

Wing, 1 lb.

:

:

...

1.09 per tin.

.70

1.25

2.42

وو

وو

وو

""

1.22

""

99

1.09 per carton.

342

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1940.

Brand.

Standard Price.

$ c.

Tea.

Corona Ceylon Tea, sold loose ...

1.50 per lb.

W. J. CARRIE,

Controller of Food.

1st March, 1940.

NOTE. The above order supersedes the order published as Government Notification No. 131 in the Gazette of 2nd February, 1940, and includes (a) the amend- ments of standard prices effected by the order published as Government Notification No. 187 in the Gazette of the 16th February, 1940, and (b) the standard prices fixed by those orders and by this order for articles of food not separately specified in any previous order.

SUPREME COURT.

No. 259. It is hereby notified that ALBERTO MARIA RODRIGUES, of No. 126 Waterloo Road, Kowloon, General Medical Practitioner, has been duly elected as a member of the Urban Council of Hong Kong at the Election held on the 29th day of February, 1940.

State of the Poll:

Rodrigues, Alberto Maria

De Castro Basto, Roberto Alexandre

Given under my hand this first day of March, 1940.

.407

.266

L. R. ANDREWES,

Presiding Officer.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. 260.-It is hereby notified for general information that the Cancellation of the Memorial of Re-entry on Kowloon Inland Lot No. 3685 has been registered accord- ing to law.

23rd February, 1940.

T. S. WHYTE-SMITH,

Land Officer.

1

342

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1940.

Brand.

Standard Price.

$ c.

Tea.

Corona Ceylon Tea, sold loose ...

1.50 per lb.

W. J. CARRIE,

Controller of Food.

1st March, 1940.

NOTE. The above order supersedes the order published as Government Notification No. 131 in the Gazette of 2nd February, 1940, and includes (a) the amend- ments of standard prices effected by the order published as Government Notification No. 187 in the Gazette of the 16th February, 1940, and (b) the standard prices fixed by those orders and by this order for articles of food not separately specified in any previous order.

SUPREME COURT.

No. 259. It is hereby notified that ALBERTO MARIA RODRIGUES, of No. 126 Waterloo Road, Kowloon, General Medical Practitioner, has been duly elected as a member of the Urban Council of Hong Kong at the Election held on the 29th day of February, 1940.

State of the Poll:

Rodrigues, Alberto Maria

De Castro Basto, Roberto Alexandre

Given under my hand this first day of March, 1940.

.407

.266

L. R. ANDREWES,

Presiding Officer.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. 260.-It is hereby notified for general information that the Cancellation of the Memorial of Re-entry on Kowloon Inland Lot No. 3685 has been registered accord- ing to law.

23rd February, 1940.

T. S. WHYTE-SMITH,

Land Officer.

1

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1940.

TREASURY.

343

Light Dues.

  No. 261.-I hereby give notice that the figure representing the average opening selling rate for the month of February, 1940, of the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation for demand drafts on London is settled at 14.82.

29th February, 1940.

T. BLACK, Accountant-General.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

  No. 262.-It is hereby notified, in terms of the Crown Rents (Apportionment) Ordinance, 1936, that on the 28th day of February, 1940, the Crown Rent of Inland Lot No. 2621 was determined by me as follows:---

Crown Rent per annum.

Remaining Portion

.$ 24

Remaining Portion of Section A

Remaining Portion of Subsection 1 of Section A ...

12

12

Section A of Subsection 1 of Section A ... Remaining Portion of Subsection 2 of Section A

12

12

Section A of Subsection 2 of Section A ...

14

Subsection 3 of Section A

12

Subsection 4 of Section. A

12

...

Subsection 5 of Section A

12

Subsection 6 of Section A

12

:

Subsection 7 of Section A

Section B

Remaining Portion of Section C Subsection 1 of Section C

Section D

Section E

Section F

:

:

:

:

:

:

12

12

12

12

12

:

14

36

29th February, 1940.

T. S. WHITE-SMITH,

Land Officer.

344

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1940.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 263.-It is hereby notified that the following trade marks have been regis- tered under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909: -

Number of

Marks.

Date of Registration.

Names and Addresses of Owners.

No. 18 of 1940.

24th October, 1939.

No. 19 of 1940.

8th August, 1939.

Min Keung Knitting Factory of No. 51, Prince Edward Road, in the Dependency of Kowloon and in the Colony of Hong Kong.

Jean Baptiste Edouard Paul Firino-Martell, Edouard Jean Joseph Firino-Martell, Marie Maurice Noel Firino-Martell, James Richard Charles Hennessy, Jacques Patrick Jean Hennessy and James Jean Maurice Richard Hennessy trading as Martell & Co., and also as J. & F. Martell of Rue Gate Bourse, Cognac in the Republic of France.

Classes in which registered.

File Nos.

38

43

No. 20 of 1940.

4th October,

1939.

Macleans, Limited, of Great West Road, Brent-

ford, Middlesex, England.

3

No. 21 of 1940.

24th October, 1939.

42

No. 22 of 1940.

1st November, 1939.

No. 23 of 1940.

25th October, 1939.

N. V. Fabriek van Melkproducten der Vereenigde Zuivel bereiders, of 18, Persoonsdam, Rotter- dam, Province of South-Holland, Kingdom of the Netherlands.

Masonite Corporation, a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of Delaware, doing business at 502 Third Street, Wausau, State of Wisconsin, United States of America.

The Cream of Wheat Corporation, a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of Delaware, located at 730 Stinson Boulevard, City of Minneapolis, State of Minnesota, United States of America.

425 of 1939.

338 of 1939,

410 of 1939.

422 of 1939.

50

450 of 1939.

42

427 of 1939.

No. 24 of 1940.

4th November, 1939.

Sam Yick Silk Manufactory of No. 90, Jervois

Street, First Floor, Hong Kong.

30

452 of 1939.

No. 25 of 1940.

28th June, 1939.

The Calico Printers' Association, Limited, of St. James's Buildings, Oxford Street, Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, England.

23

256 of 1939.

No. 26 of 1940.

13th November, 1939.

The Yau Sun Shoes and Knitting Factory of No. 298, Des Voeux Road Central, Victoria in the Colony of Hong Kong.

38

457 of 1939.

No. 27 of 1940.

27th October, 1939.

Yuet Po Knitting Factory of No. 310, Castle

Peak Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

38

433 of 1939.

No. 28 of 1940.

15th September, 1939.

G. Ramchand of No. 36A, Queen's Road Central,

Victoria in the Colony of Hong Kong.

38

387

of 1939.

No. 29 of 1940.

Do.

Yue On Wing Firm of No. 193, Des Voeux Road

West, Hong Kong.

20

388 of 1939.

No. 30 of 1940.

7th November,

1939.

Lung Kai Bros. Knitting Factory of Nos. 404-410, Prince Edward Road, in the Dependency of Kowloon in the Colony of Hong Kong.

38

458 of 1939.

No. 31 of 1940.

24th October,

1939.

Tai Shing Knitting Company of No. 34, Nullah

Road, Ground Floor, Hong Kong.

38

424 of 1939.

1st March, 1940.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

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345

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 264.-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.

Date of Expiration of Renewal.

Classes in which registered.

File Nos.

No. 118 of 1926. 26th February,

1926.

26th February, 1954.

42

447

of 1939.

Nos. 194

(A & B) of 1898.

26th February, 1898.

1st March, 1940.

Sam Wo Hing & Co, Ltd., carrying on business as Im- porters, Exporters, General Merchants and Commission Agents at 21, Queen Street, Victoria in the Colony of Hong Kong.

The North British Rubber Com- pany, Ltd., Castle Mills, Fountain Bridge, Edinburgh, Scotland.

26th February,

1954.

38 & 40 449 respectively. of 1939.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 265.-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 day of April, 1940, 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. 125 of 1926.

Cheng King Shin Tong at No 70, Queen's

Road Central, Victoria, Hong Kong.

26th February, 1940.

448 of 1939.

No. 222 of 1926.

A/S Dalen Portland-Cementfabrik, Brevik,

Norway.

24th February, 1940.

446 of 1939.

1st March, 1940.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

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OFFICE OF Registrar of TRADE MARKS.

No. 266. It is hereby notified that the following trade marks have been removed from the Trade Marks Register under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909:-

Number of Marks.

Classes in

Date of Registration.

Name and Address of Owner.

which registered.

File No.

Nos. 276 to 285 of 1925.

16th March, 1925.

Dodwell & Co., Ltd., of 24, St. Mary Axe, London, 24, 24, 24,

E. C. 3, England.

24, 24, 34,

603 of 1938.

34, 34, 34,

& 34 resp.

1st March, 1940.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 267.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 15 of 1935. (PUBLIC HEALTH

[SANITATION]).

It is hereby notified that under Section 73 (4) of the Public Health (Sanitation) Ordinance, 1935, His Excellency the Governor in Council has ordered that the New Kowloon Cemetery No. 5, shall be closed from and after 1st March, 1940.

No. 268.

T. MEGARRY,

Clerk of Councils.

1st March, 1940.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1915. (IMPORTATION AND EXPORTATION).

Prohibition of importation of certain merchandise from Macao.

In exercise of the powers in him vested the Governor in Council amends the prohibition against the import of certain merchandise from Macao published as G.N. No. 28 in the Government Gazette of the 12th January, 1940, as follows:·

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or

1. In the proviso to the said prohibition the words fieldglasses are added after the word "camera" wherever that word appears therein.

2. The following is added immediately after the said proviso:-

Provided further that the above prohibition shall not apply to medicines and cloths which the Superintendent of Imports and Exports is satisfied are manufactured in Macao or in China, or to any machinery or electrical apparatus imported into the Colony from Macao for the purpose of being repaired and returned to Macao.

3. The words "Wolfram ore

the list of merchandise.

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are added at the end of

2nd March, 1940.

T. MEGARRY,

Clerk of Councils.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 8, 1940.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

No. 269.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, No. 18.

Thursday, 28th December, 1939, at 2.30 p.m.

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PRESENT:

His Excellency the General Officer Commanding the Troops, (Major-General ARTHUR EDWARD GRASETT, D.S.O., M.C.).

The Honourable the Colonial Secretary, (Mr. NORMAN LOCKHART SMITII, C.M.G.).

the Attorney General, (Mr. CHALONER GRENVILLE ALABASTER, O.B.E.,

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K.C.).

the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, (Mr. ROLAND ARTHUR CHARLES NORTH).

the Financial Secretary, (Mr. HENRY ROBERT BUTTERS, Acting). Commander GEORGE FRANCIS HOLE, R.N. (Retired), (Harbour Master). Mr. THOMAS HENRY KING, (Commissioner of Police).

Dr. PERCY SELWYN SELWYN-CLARKE, M.C., (Director of Medical

Services).

Mr. ALEXANDER BRUCE PURVES, (Director of Public Works).

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Mr. STANLEY HUDSON DODWELL.

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Mr. Lo MAN-KAM.

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Mr. LEO D'ALMADA E CASTRO, Junior.

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Mr. ANDREW LUSK SHIELDS.

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Mr. THOMAS ERNEST PEARCE.

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Mr. LI TSE-Fong.

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Mr. WILLIAM NGARTSE THOMAS TAM.

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Mr. CLAUDE BRAMALL BURGESS, (Deputy Clerk of Councils).

ABSENT:

HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR

(Sir GEOFFRY ALEXANDER STAFFORD NORTHCOTE, K.C.M.G.).

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

1. The Council met pursuant to adjournment. The Honourable the Colonial

Secretary occupied the Chair.

ANNOUNCEMENT.

2. President:-I have received the written appointment of His Excellency the Governor, as laid down in Article XXI of the Royal Instructions, to preside at to-day's meeting of the Legislative Council,

MINUTES.

3. The Minutes of the Meeting held on the 14th December, 1939, were confirmed.

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PAPERS.

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

Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 8 (1) of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Ordinance, 1935, Ordinance No. 44 of 1975, as amended by section 2 of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Amendment Ordinance, 1939, Ordinance No. 16 of 1939, dated 9th December, 1939.

Resolution made and passed by the Legislative Council under section 3 of the Public Officers (Changes of Style) Ordinance, 1937, Ordinance No. 25 of 1937, on the 14th December, 1939.

Trading with the Enemy (Specified Persons) (Amendment) Order, 1939, made by the Governor, with the prior approval of the Secretary of State, under section 3 (2) of the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance, 1914, Ordinance No. 25 of 1914, as amended by regulation 2 of the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance, 1914, Amendment Regulations, 1939, dated 9th December, 1939.

Proclamation No. 17.-Revocation of Proclamation No. 6 of 14th July, 1939.

5. The Attorney General moved :-

MOTIONS.

That the by-laws made by the Urban Council under sections 5 and 6 of the Public Health (Food) Ordinance, 1935, on the 5th day of December, 1939, amending the by-laws in the Schedule to that Ordinance under the heading "Sale of Milk generally and Dairies and Milk Shops ", be approved.

The Financial Secretary seconded.

Question put and agreed to.

6. Registration of Dentists Bill.--The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the First reading of a Bill intituled "An Ordinance to provide for the Registration of Dentists."

The Financial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

7. Waterworks Amendment Bill.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the First reading of a Bill intituled "An Ordinance to amend the Waterworks Ordinance, 1938."

The Financial Secretary seconded.

Question put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

ADJOURNMENT.

8. The Council then adjourned sine die.

Confirmed this 7th day of March, 1940.

C. BRAMALL BURGESS,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

G. A. S. NORTHCOTE,

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Governor.

No. 270.-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 1940.-An Ordinance to provide for the Registration of

Dentists.

Ordinance No. 2 of 1940.-An Ordinance to amend the Waterworks Ordinance,

1938.

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PAPERS.

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

Regulations made by the Governor in Council under section 8 (1) of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Ordinance, 1935, Ordinance No. 44 of 1975, as amended by section 2 of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Amendment Ordinance, 1939, Ordinance No. 16 of 1939, dated 9th December, 1939.

Resolution made and passed by the Legislative Council under section 3 of the Public Officers (Changes of Style) Ordinance, 1937, Ordinance No. 25 of 1937, on the 14th December, 1939.

Trading with the Enemy (Specified Persons) (Amendment) Order, 1939, made by the Governor, with the prior approval of the Secretary of State, under section 3 (2) of the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance, 1914, Ordinance No. 25 of 1914, as amended by regulation 2 of the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance, 1914, Amendment Regulations, 1939, dated 9th December, 1939.

Proclamation No. 17.-Revocation of Proclamation No. 6 of 14th July, 1939.

5. The Attorney General moved :-

MOTIONS.

That the by-laws made by the Urban Council under sections 5 and 6 of the Public Health (Food) Ordinance, 1935, on the 5th day of December, 1939, amending the by-laws in the Schedule to that Ordinance under the heading "Sale of Milk generally and Dairies and Milk Shops ", be approved.

The Financial Secretary seconded.

Question put and agreed to.

6. Registration of Dentists Bill.--The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the First reading of a Bill intituled "An Ordinance to provide for the Registration of Dentists."

The Financial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

7. Waterworks Amendment Bill.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the First reading of a Bill intituled "An Ordinance to amend the Waterworks Ordinance, 1938."

The Financial Secretary seconded.

Question put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

ADJOURNMENT.

8. The Council then adjourned sine die.

Confirmed this 7th day of March, 1940.

C. BRAMALL BURGESS,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

G. A. S. NORTHCOTE,

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Governor.

No. 270.-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 1940.-An Ordinance to provide for the Registration of

Dentists.

Ordinance No. 2 of 1940.-An Ordinance to amend the Waterworks Ordinance,

1938.

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HONG

KONG.

No. 1 OF 1940.

I assent.

G. A. S. NORTHCOTE,

L. S.

Governor.

8th March, 1940.

An Ordinance to provide for the Registration of Dentists.

[8th March, 1940.]

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 Registration of Short title Dentist Ordinance. 1940.

2.-(1) In this Ordinance--

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Interpreta tion.

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1935.

'dangerous drug" means any drug to which the Danger- Ordinance ous Drugs Ordinance. 1935, shall for the time being apply;

"registered pharmacist" means a pharmacist registered Ordinance under the Pharmacy and Poisons Ordinance, 1937;

"prescribed" means prescribed by regulations made under section 25:

"registered dentist'

means

              a person whose appears for the time being on the register of dentists;

name

"the Board" means the Dental Board appointed under section 4;

"the Medical Board" means the Medical Board of the Colony of Hong Kong.

(2) A person shall be deemed to practise dentistry within the meaning of this Ordinance, who, for the sake of gain or otherwise, holds himself out, whether directly or by implica- tion, as practising or being prepared to practise dentistry, or treats or attempts to treat or professes to treat, cure, relieve or prevent lesions or pain of the human teeth or jaws, or performs or attempts to perform any operation thereon, or inserts or attempts to insert any artificial teeth or appliances for the restoration, regulation or improvement of the teeth or accessory structures.

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to be

registered

3.-(1) No person shall, after the expiration of a period Dentists of six months from the commencement of this Ordinance (hereinafter referred to as "the interim period"), practise dentistry within the Colony unless he is registered under this Ordinance. Any person who acts in contravention of the provisions of this sub-section shall be guilty of an offence against this Ordinance.

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Constitution of the

Dental

Board.

Dentai Registrar.

Keeping of register.

(2) Nothing in this section shall operate to prevent-

(a) the extraction of teeth for the relief of pain, or the application of remedies for such purposes, by registered medical practitioners; or

(b) the extraction of teeth by any registered pharmacist when the case is urgent and when no registered medical practitioner or registered dentist is available; or

(c) the practice of Chinese dentistry by persons practis- ing tooth extraction only, provided that they do not make use of or administer or cause to be administered any dan- gerous drug or any anæsthetic or use or cause to be used any hypodermic or dental syringe.

4. (1) For the purposes of this Ordinance, there shall be established a Dental Board, (hereinafter referred to as "the Board"), consisting of the following persons--

(a) the Director of Medical Services;

(b) the Government Dental Surgeon;

(c) two medical practitioners to be appointed by the Governor; and

(d) two dental surgeons registrable under paragraph (a) or paragraph (b) of section 7 of this Ordinance, to be appointed by the Governor.

(2) Members of the Board appointed under paragraphs (c) and (d) of sub-section (1) shall hold office for three years but shall be eligible for re-appointment.

(3) If the place of a member of the Board appointed under paragraphs (c) and (d) of sub-section (1) becomes vacant before the expiration of his term of office, the vacancy shall be filled by appointment by the Governor and any person so appointed shall hold office so long only as the member in whose place he is appointed would have held office.

(4) The Director of Medical Services shall be President of the Dental Board. The President shall be Chairman of all meetings at which he shall attend, and in his absence the members present shall elect one of the members appointed under paragraph (d) of sub-section (1) to be Chairman.

(5) The Board shall meet at such places and times as the President may appoint, and at any meeting four members shall form a quorum. The Chairman of any meeting of the

Board shall have a casting vote.

5.-(1) For the purposes of this Ordinance, there shall be a Dental Registrar (hereinafter referred to as "the Registrar') who shall perform such duties in connexion with the register of dentists as may be prescribed.

(2) The Director of Medical Services shall be the Registrar.

6. A register of dentists (hereinafter referred to as "the register") shall be kept, in the form prescribed by the Registrar, who shall be responsible for the maintenance and custody thereof.

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who are

7. Subject to the provisions of this Ordinance, the Persons following persons and no others shall be entitled to registra- entitled to tion under this Ordinance-

(a) any person who holds a degree, diploma or other document of any examining body in the British Empire or in any foreign country which is recognized by the General Council of Medical Education and Registration of the United Kingdom as registrable in the Dentists Register of the United Kingdom;

(b) any person who holds a degree, diploma or other document of any examining body which may from time to time be recognized by the Board as entitling the holder thereof to registration under this Ordinance;

registration.

(c) any person who at the commencement of this Ordinance Ordinance is registered under the Dentistry Ordinance, 1914; 1914.

(d) any person who has been engaged as his principal means of livelihood in the practice of dentistry in the Colony up to the date of the commencement of this Ordinance :

Provided that every person applying for registration under this paragraph shall furnish evidence of good character which shall satisfy the Board and shall have made application for registration before the expiration of the interim period prescribed under section 3, or within such further period, not exceeding two years, as the Board may in special circum- stances allow.

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registration.

8.-(1) Any person entitled to be registered under this Application Ordinance may apply to the Registrar for registration. for Every such application shall be made in such manner and shall be accompanied by such documents, photographs and particulars as may be prescribed.

(2) Where such person has complied with the provisions of sub-section (1) and with any regulations relating thereto, and has paid the prescribed fee, he shall, subject to the provisions of sub-section (3), be admitted by the Board to the register.

(3) If any person applying for registration has been convicted of any heinous offence or after due inquiry by the Board is deemed by it to have been guilty of infamous or disgraceful conduct in any professional respect the Board may refuse to enter the name of such person upon the register. Upon such inquiry the person against whom such offence or conduct is alleged shall be entitled to appear and be heard by counsel or solicitor.

9. Where a person has been admitted to the register, the Certificate of Board shall issue a certificate of registration, and such certi- registration... ficate shall entitle such person to practise dentistry in the Colony until the next succeeding thirty-first day of December. A photograph of such person shall be affixed to such certi- ficate.

10. (1) A body corporate may carry on the business Dental of dentistry if-

(a) it carries on no business other than dentistry or some business ancillary to the business of dentistry; and

companies.

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Certificate to practise

(b) a majority of the directors and all the operating staff thereof are registered dentists:

Provided that a body corporate which was carrying on the business of dentistry before the commencement of this Ordinance shall not be disqualified from carrying on the business of dentistry under this section by reason only that it carries on some business other than dentistry or a business ancillary to that business, if that other business is a busi- ness which the body was lawfully entitled at the commence- ment of this Ordinance to carry on.

(2) Save as aforesaid it shall not be lawful, after the expiration of the interim period prescribed under section 3, for any body corporate to carry on the business of dentistry, and if any body corporate carries on the business of dentistry in contravention of the provisions of this section every director and manager thereof shall, unless he proves that the offence was committed without his knowledge, be liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars for each offence.

(3) Every body corporate carrying on the business of dentistry shall in every year at such time as is prescribed transmit to the Registrar a statement in the prescribed form containing the names and addresses of all persons who are directors or managers of the company, or who perform dental operations in connexion with the business of the company, and, if any such body corporate fails so to do, it shall be deemed to be carrying on the business of dentistry in contra- vention of the provisions of this section.

(4) Nothing in this section shall prevent the carrying on of the business of dentistry by the operating staff of any hospital of any description (including an institution for out- patients only), or of any dental school, which is approved for the purposes of this section by the Governor in Council.

11.-(1) Every registered dentist practising in the Colony who desires his name to be retained on the register shall, before the end of every year, make application in the prescribed form, and shall pay the prescribed fee, for reten- tion of his name on the register during the ensuing year.

(2) Upon such application and payment, the applicant shall be entitled to a certificate (to be styled "annual prac- tising certificate") authorizing him to practise dentistry during the year for which the certificate is issued.

(3) The certificate shall be issued by the Registrar, and shall, unless cancelled in the manner hereinafter provided, be in force from the date of issue to the end of the year.

(4) The name of any registered dentist who fails to obtain an annual practising certificate prior to the commence- ment of any year shall be removed from the register.

(5) If any person whose name has been removed from the register under sub-section (4) subsequently makes applica- tion in such manner and pays such additional fee as may be prescribed in such case, the Board may, after due considera- tion of the circumstances of the case, direct that the name of such person shall be re-entered on the register and that an annual practising certificate for the remainder of the year be issued.

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(6) Whenever it appears to the satisfaction of the Board that any person to whom an annual practising certi- ficate has been issued under this section is practising dentistry in such premises or under such conditions as are deemed by the Board to be unsuitable for such practice, the Board may direct that the name of such person shall be removed from the register and that such annual practising certificate be can- celled, and such certificate shall thereupon cease to be in force.

(7) If any person whose anmaal practising certificate has been cancelled under sub-section (6) makes application in such manner and pays such fee as may be prescribed in such case, the Board may. after due consideration of the circumstances of the case, direct that the name of such person shall be re-entered in the register and that an annual practising certi- ficate be issued.

(8) Any person who practises dentistry in the Colony who-

(a) has not a certificate in force authorizing him to practise; or

(b) is in partnership with a person not having such a certificate; or

(c) has in his employ any person practising dentistry not having such a certificate,

shall be guilty of an offence against this Ordinance.

and pre-

12.-(1) The Registrar shall publish annually in the Publication. Gazette, as soon as practicable after the first day of January of register of each year, a list of all persons registered under this Ordin- sumptions. ance to whom an annual practising certificate has been issued for that year, with their qualifications and their places of carrying on business.

(2) A copy of the Gazette in which such list is published or a certificate under the hand of the Registrar shall be prima facie evidence in any proceedings that the persons named therein are registered and authorized to practise under this Ordinance.

(3) The absence of the name of any person from such list or a certificate under the hand of the Registrar certifying the absence of the name of any person from such list shall be prima facie evidence that such person is not authorized to practise under this Ordinance.

to be

13.-(1) Every registered dentist shall cause his certi- Certificate of ficate of registration issued under section 9, with a photograph registration of himself affixed thereto, to be exhibited in a conspicuous exhibited. part of the premises in which he practises dentistry.

(2) Any registered dentist who fails to comply with the provisions of this section shall be liable to a fine not exceed- ing two hundred dollars, and, in case of continued non- compliance, to a fine of five dollars for every day during which such non-compliance continues

used for

14. (1) It shall be lawful for any officer thereunto Inspection authorized in writing by the Board to enter and inspect any of premises premises used or proposed to be used for the practice of the practice dentistry. Such officer shall produce, on demand, the written of dentistry. authority, signed by the President of the Board, authorizing such entry and inspection.

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Recovery of fees.

Correction of register

Cancellation

(2) Any person or persons wilfully obstructing a duly authorized officer of the Board in the inspection of premises used or proposed to be used for the practice of dentistry shall be guilty of an offence against this Ordinance, and shall be liable on conviction therefor to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars.

15.-(1) No person shall be entitled to recover any fee or charge in any court for the performance of any dental operation or for dental attendance or advice unless, at the time of performing such operation or rendering such attend- ance or advice, he was registered under this Ordinance and had an annual practising certificate in force authorizing him to practise or was entitled to practise under the provisions of section 9.

(2) This section shall not apply to any person to whom the provisions of section 3 (2) or section 26 of this Ordinance apply.

16. (1) The Registrar shall from time to time insert in the register any alteration which may come to his knowledge in the name or address of any person registered.

(2) The Board may remove from the register the name of any person who-

(a) is believed to be deceased; or

(b) has no address in the Colony at which he can be found or has ceased to reside in the Colony for a period of five years; or

(c) is no longer practising dentistry in the Colony.

17.--(1) The Board may cancel a certificate of registra- of certificate tion and direct the removal from the register of the name of of registra- tion.

any person registered if after due inquiry the Board is satisfied that such person-

(a) has obtained registration by a fraudulent or incorrect statement; or

(b) has been convicted of any felony or misdemeanor or of any offence against this Ordinance; or

(c) has been guilty of infamous or disgraceful conduct in a professional sense; or

(d) has for any disciplinary reason been struck off the Dentists Register of the United Kingdom or of any other country or off the Roll of any Dental College or other licensing body.

(2) Upon any such inquiry the person against whom any offence under the preceding sub-section is alleged shall be entitled to appear and be heard by counsel or solicitor.

(3) The Registrar shall forthwith publish in the Gazette the name of any person removed from the register under the provisions of this section.

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against

register or

18. (1) Any person aggrieved by the removal of his Appeai name from the register or by any refusal or failure to register removal or re-enter his name in the register may, within three months from after the date of publication in the Gazette of the removal of refusal to his name, or within six months after the date of the refusal register. or failure to register or re-enter his name, as the case may be, at his option appeal, either to the Supreme Court or to the Governor in Council against the removal or the refusal or the failure, as the case may be, and on any such appeal the Supreme Court, or the Governor in Council, as the case may be, may make such order in the matter as seems proper, including any order as to the costs of the appeal.

(2) Any person who appeals under sub-section (1) shall, after the commencement of proceedings, be deemed to have made a conclusive election and any order of the Supreme Court or the Governor in Council, as the case may be, made therein, shall be final and conclusive, and no appeal shall lie from such order.

(3)-(a) An appeal to the Supreme Court shall be made. to a single judge by notice of motion, and supported by affidavit, or, if the court shall so direct on the hearing of the motion, by oral evidence, and, subject to the provisions of this Ordinance, the provisions of Part IV of the Code of Civil Ordinance Procedure shall, so far as practicable, apply to and govern 1901 the appeal.

(b) an appeal to the Governor in Council shall be by petition.

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registration.

19. Any person who fraudulently procures or attempts Penalty for to procure himself or any other person to be registered under fraudulent this Ordinance shall be guilty of an offence against this Ordinance.

falsely

title of a

20. Any person not registered as a dentist under this Penalty for Ordinance who wilfully or falsely pretends to be or takes or pretending uses the name or title of a dentist, dental surgeon, qualified taking or dentist, doctor of dental surgery, professor of dentistry, using the surgeon dentist, or any name, title, addition or description name or implying, whether in itself or in the circumstances in which dentist. it is used, that such person is a dentist or that such person is qualified to heal or treat dental disorders or derangements, whether by dentistry or any other means of any kind or description whatsoever, shall be guilty of an offence against. this Ordinance.

registered

21. A registered dentist not entitled to registration Penalty for under paragraph (a) or (b) of section 7 shall not make use, dentist in describing his vocation, of any term other than that of falsely

                                   describing "registered dentist". Any such registered dentist who wil- his fully or falsely pretends to be or takes or uses the name or vocation. title or a dental surgeon, surgeon dentist, qualified dentist, doctor of dental surgery, professor of dentistry or any name. title or description implying in itself or in the circumstances in which it is used that such registered dentist pos- sesses or holds any qualification to practise other than that he is registered as a dentist shall be guilty of an offence against this Ordinance.

22. Any registered dentist who practises dentistry in Covering premises in which an unregistered person practises dentistry shall be guilty of an offence against this Ordinance.

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Prosecutions.

General penalty.

Regulations.

Exemptions from

sections

13.

23. A prosecution for an offence against this Ordinance. may be instituted by the Board.

24. Any person guilty of an offence against this Ordin- ance for which no specific penalty is provided shall, on summary conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars and to imprisonment for any term not exceeding six months.

25.-(1) The Governor in Council shall have power to make regulations for giving effect to the provisions of this Ordinance.

(2) Without prejudice to the generality of the power conferred by the last foregoing sub-section, regulations made. under this section shall in particular prescribe--

(a) the procedure to be adopted at meetings of the Board:

(b) the duties of the Registrar;

(c) the form of the register and the mode in which it shall be kept;

(d) the fees to be paid in respect of proceedings, and in respect of certificates issued, under this Ordinance;

(e) the manner in which applications for registration shall be made;

(f) the procedure to be adopted at inquiries before the Board;

(g) the forms of any certificates or other documents required for carrying out the purposes of this Ordinance.

26. All dentists of His Majesty's Navy, Army or Air Force residing in the Colony and all dentists in the public 8, 9, 11 and service of the Colony who possess any of the qualifications mentioned in paragraph (a) or (b) of section 7 shall, while in the discharge of their duties, be registered under this Ordin- ance but shall be exempt from the provisions of sections 8, 9, 11 and 13.

Exemptions.

Ordinance No. 41 f 1935.

Amendment

of Ordin-

ances

Nos. 6 of 1887, s. 4 (5), 8

of 1921,

s. 21 (1),

7 of 1935, s. 3 (4) (d) and

8 of 1937, ss. 2 (xi) (c) and 20 (1) (a).

27.-(1) Nothing in this Ordinance shall operate to prevent the practice of medicine or surgery by a medical practitioner registered under the Medical Registration Ordin- ance, 1935.

(2) Nothing in this Ordinance shall operate to prevent the training of medical and dental students in the practice of dentistry under the supervision of a registered dentist in a hospital or dental school approved for the purposes of this sub-section by the Governor in Council.

28.--(1) Sub-section (5) of section 4 of the Jury Ordin- ance, 1887, is amended by the substitution of the words "duly registered as dentists under the Registration of Dentists Ordinance, 1939," for the words "duly registered as dental surgeons under the Dentistry Ordinance, 1914".

(2) Sub-section (1) of section 21 of the Stamp Ordinance, 1921, is amended by the substitution of the words "registered dentist" for the words "dentist (whether registered as a dental surgeon or an exempted person)".

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(3) Paragraph (d) of sub-section (4) of section 3 of the Urban Council Ordinance, 1935, is amended by the substitu- tion of the words "Registration of Dentists Ordinance, 1939," for the words "Dentistry Ordinance, 1914,".

(4) Paragraph (c) of sub-section (xi) of section 2 of the Pharmacy and Poisons Ordinance, 1937, is amended by the substitution of the words "dentist duly registered under the Registration of Dentists Ordinance, 1939," for the words "dental surgeon, registered or exempted from registration under the Dentistry Ordinance, 1914," and paragraph (a) of sub-section (1) of section 20 of the said Ordinance is amended by the substitution of the word "dentist" for "dental surgeon".

Ordinances

29. The Dentistry Ordinance, 1914, the Dentistry Repeal of Amendment Ordinance, 1928, sub-section (2) of section 19 of the Medical Registration Ordinance, 1935, and the Dentistry Amendment Ordinance, 1938, are repealed.

Nos. 16 of 1914, 9 of

1928, 10 of 1938 and of s. 19 (2) of Ordinance No. 41 of 1935.

30. This Ordinance shall come into force on such date Commence- as the Governor by Proclamation shall appoint.

Passed the Legislative Council of Hong Kong, this

7th day of March, 1940.

ment.

C. BRAMALL BURGESS,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

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HONG KONG.

No. 2 OF 1940.

I assent.

>

L. S.

G. A. S. NORTHCOTE, Governor,

8th March, 1940.

Short title.

Amendment

of Ordin-

ance No. 20

of 1938,

s 5 (a).

Commence- ment.

An Ordinance to amend the Waterworks Ordinance, 1938.

8th March, 1940.]

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 Waterworks. Amendment Ordinance, 1940.

2. Paragraph (a) of section 5 of the Waterworks Ordinance, 1938, is amended by the repeal of the words " annually, the amount due" in the sixth and seventh lines thereof.

3. This Ordinance shall be deemed to have come into force on the first day of January, 1940, and the Ordinance it amends shall be construed accordingly.

Passed the Legislative Council of Hong Kong, this 7th day of March, 1940.

C. BRAMALL BURGESS.

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

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No. 271.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 13 of 1935.

(PUBLIC HEALTH

[FOOD]).

In exercise of the powers conferred by section 3 of the Public Health (Food) Ordinance, 1935, the Urban Council makes the following further amendment to the by-laws under the heading

"Markets" set forth in the Schedule to the above mentioned Ordinance :---

Amendment.

By-law 6 as amended by Government Notification No. 707 published in the Government Gazette of the 28th August, 1936, is further amended by the addition of the following condition after Condition (5) thereof :-

(6) In addition to the powers conferred by Condition. (1), in the event of a stall holder, or a relative holding in his stead, remaining in possession of a market stall, whether that originally let or one substituted therefor, for a period of five years from the date of the first letting, the Council shall have power to vary the rental of such stall without cancelling the tenaney and calling for sealed tenders for further letting.

1939.

Made by the Urban Council this 19th day of December,

C. J. ROE,

Secretary.

Approved by the Legislative Council this 7th day of

March, 1940.

C. BRAMALL BURGESS,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

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No. 272.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 15 of 1935. (PUBLIC HEALTH

[SANITATION]).

In exercise of the powers conferred by section 3 of the Public Health (Sanitation) Ordinance, 1935, and of all other powers in that behalf enabling, the Urban Council makes the following additional by-law under the heading "Dangerous and Offensive Trades" set forth in Schedule A to the said Ordinance :-

17. The trade of oil burning for the production of soot or lampblack is declared to be an offensive trade.

Made by the Urban Council this 30th day of January,

1940.

C. J. ROE,

Secretary.

Approved by the Legislative Council this 7th day of

March, 1940.

C. BRAMALL BURGESS,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 8, 1940.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

363

No. 273.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint, under section 4 of the Education Ordinance, No. 26 of 1913, TERENCE KINGSMILL ABBOTT, M.B., B.S. (Sydney), D.P.H. (Lond.), to be Inspector of Schools, with effect from 1st March, 1940.

6th March, 1940.

No. 274.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. BRIAN CHARLES KEITH HAWKINS to be Labour Officer, with effect from 5th March, 1940.

5th March, 1940.

No. 275.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased under the powers con- ferred by section 4 (1) of the Compulsory Service Ordinance, 1939, No. 32 of 1939, to appoint Major R. E. MOODY to be a member of the Compulsory Service Tribunal in the place of Major JAMES FRANCIS BENOY.

4th March, 1940.

No. 276.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Dr. TSEUNG FAT-IM to be a member of the Nutrition Research Committee in the place of Dr. FooN- YEE CATHERINE Woo, M.B.E., resigned, with effect from 26th February, 1940.

6th March, 1940.

No. 277.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. George STACY KENNEDY-SKIPTON to act as District Officer in the Southern District of the New Territories in addition to his other duties, with effect from 6th March, 1940.

8th March, 1940.

No. 278.-Ilis Excellency the Governor has been pleased to authorize Mr. GEORGE STACY KENNEDY-SKIPTON, a Magistrate, under the provisions of section 58 of the New Territories Regulation Ordinance, 1910, Ordinance No. 34 of 1910, to hold a Small Debts Court, as mentioned in the said section, at the undermentioned places in the New Territories (exclusive of New Kowloon) in addition to the court-house at the office of the District Officer for the Southern District of the New Territories in the building known as

"Queen's Building" and situate at the corner of Chater Road and Statue Square, Victoria, in this Colony, and so long as he shall hold the office of District Officer for the Southern District of the New Territories.

Places before referred to:

The charge rooms of the Police Stations at Tsuen Wan, Tai O (Lantao), Tung Chung (Lantao), Cheung Chau and Yung Shu Wan in Lamma Island, with effect from 6th March, 1940.

8th March, 1940.

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No. 279.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under instructions from the Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies, to appoint Miss MARGARET ELIZABETH BLACK to be a Nursing Sister, with effect from 7th February, 1940.

8th March, 1940.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 280.-It is hereby notified that an Order made under the authority of the Supreme Court Ordinance, No. 3 of 1873, and of the Colonial Courts of Admiralty Act, 1890, cited therein as "The Supreme Court Fees (In Prize) Order, 1940" was made by the Chief Justice on the Twentieth day of January, 1940, and was approved by the Legislative Council on the Seventh day of March, 1940.

This order (which may be seen at the office of the Registrar, Supreme Court) will come into operation and have effect on the date when the approval thereof of His Majesty in Council has been publicly signified by Gazette notification.

7th March, 1940.

No. 281.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

It is hereby notified that the appointment of Messrs. LINSTEAD & DAVIS as liquidators of the affairs of Mrs. A. M. Pfister, which appointment was published in the Gazette of the 10th day of November, 1939, in Government Notification No. 1042, was revoked by order of His Excellency the Governor on the 29th February, 1940.

No 282.

6th March, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

It is hereby notified that the appointment of Messrs. LINSTEAD & DAVIS as liquidators of the affairs of Dr. M. O. Pfister, which appointment was published in the Gazette of the 27th day of October, 1939, in Government Notification No. 985, was revoked by order of His Excellency the Governor on the 29th February, 1940.

6th March, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

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No. 283.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 25 of 1914. (TRADING WITH THE ENEMY).

The Trading with the Enemy (Specified Persons) (Amendment) (No. 3) Order, 1940.

His Excellency the Governor, with the prior approval of the Secretary of State, in pursuance of the powers conferred on him by sub-section 2 of section 3 of the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance, 1914, as amended by regulation 2 of the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance, 1914, Amendment Regulations, 1939, and of all other powers enabling him in that behalf, hereby orders as follows:-

1. The Schedule to the Trading with the Enemy (Specified Persons) (Amendment) (No. 2) Order, 1940, shall be varied- (a) by inserting the names and addresses specified in Part I of the Schedule to this Order:

(b) by deleting the names and addresses specified in Part II of the Schedule to this Order; and

(c) by making the amendments specified in Part III of the Schedule to this Order.

2. This Order may be cited as the Trading with the Enemy (Specified Persons) (Amendment) (No. 3) Order, 1940, and shall be deemed to have had effect as from the twenty-sixth day of February, 1940.

Published by His Excellency's Command.

N. L. SMITH,

Dated this 7th day of March, 1940.

Colonial Secretary.

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SCHEDULE.

PART I-ADDITIONS.

Firm.

Address.

A.E.G. Iberica de Electricidad

S.A.

Aerostaal S.A.R.

"Agefa" Ltd.

Amme, Giesecke y Konegen

Soc. de Resp. Ltda.

Andersen, Juul & Co. A/S.

Anez, Julio A. y Cia.

Argentina de Cereales S.A. Cia.

Argentina Exportadora de

Cereales "Comparex" Cia.

Arithmometra S.A.R.

Auto Block S.A.R.

Baumann K. & Sons

"Bayer," La Quimica, Weskott

& Cia.

Berringer & Cia.

Bosch, Robert S.A.

Carbonera Buenos Aires S.R.L.

Clarfeld, Frederico y Cia., Ltda.

Coloranil S.A.

"Comparex" - Cia. Argentina

Exportadora de Cereales.-

Continental Caoutchouc & Gutta-

Percha Co.

Continental Tyre & Rubber

Company.

Elin S.A.R.

"G.E.C.O." Cia. Industrial y

Comercial S.A.

Madrid, and branches in Spain.

Str. Batistei 1, Bucharest, Rou-

mania.

9 Rue Pirot, Sofia, Bulgaria.

25 de Mayo 252, Buenos Aires.

Argentina.

Vestre Boulevard 4, Copen-

hagen, Denmark.

Calle Comercio 10, Maracaibo,

Venezuela.

Moreno 970, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Reconquista 336, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Aleea Carmen Sylva 5, Bucha-

rest, Roumania.

B-dul Tache Ionescu 6, Bucha-

rest, Roumania.

49, Rue Exarch Iossef, Sofia,

Bulgaria.

Mijares a Mercedes 38, Caracas,

Venezuela.

Boulevard Castilhos Franca 59, Para and Rua Marechal Deo- doro 63, Manaos, Brazil.

Rio Bamba 340/50, Buenos

Aires, Argentina.

Belgrano 752, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Paseo Colon 746, Buenos Aires, Argentina and Juncal 1461, Montevideo, Uruguay.

Calea Mosilor 25, Bucharest,

Roumania.

Reconquista 336, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Prinsengracht 1077, Amsterdam,

Holland.

Prinsengracht 1077, Amsterdam,

Holland.

Bd.

Domnitei 3, Bucharest, Roumania.

Balcarce 615/21, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

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367

Firm.

Address.

Griechische

Allgemeine Elec- tricitäts Ges. A.G.

Athens, Greece.

Hamburg Amerika Linie ...

Caracas, and all branches in

Venezuela.

Hansa Romana S.A.

Str. Blanari

Roumania.

22,

Bucharest,

Hauenschild & Cia.

Havel, Franz

Helmising & Grimm ....

H.E.R.O." S.A. Comercial

Hom Linic

"Inag Fábricas Reunidas de

Utiles Sanitarios. S.A.

Internationale

Continental

Caoutchouc Co. N.V.

Internationale Gesellschaft der

Stickstoff Industrie A.G.

Internationale Gesellschaft für Chemische Unternehmungen A.G. (I.G. Chemic) (Societe Internationale pour Entre- prises Chimiques S.A. I.G. Chemic).

Jarcia de Matanzas, Cia. de

**Kruwal

Mij.

N.V.,

Lanz Uzinele S.A.

Stuwadoors

Lohmann, E. & Cia. ...

Mercedes S.A.

Miag

Minino, Juan

Moerk & Co.

Nielsen, C. Hecht

:

Novosadska fabrika kabela D.D.

Reducto a Miracielos 21, Cara-

cas, Venezuela.

Dondoukoff 23, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Pils iela 21, Riga, Latvia.

Belgrano 865-71, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Principal a Conde 16, Caracas, and all branches in Vene- zuela.

Callao 1063. Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Prisengracht 1077, Amsterdam,

Holland.

St. Jakobstrasse 22. Basle,

Switzerland.

Peter Merianstrasse 19, Basle,

Switzerland.

Matanzas, and branches

Cuba. Willemskade

in

2, Waalhaven, Rotterdam, Holland.

Str. Dim. Sturdza 13, Bucha-

rest, Roumania.

Travessa Padre Eutychio 59,

Para, Brazil.

Str. Curiati 3, Bucharest, Rou-

mania.

Str. Halelor, Bucharest, Rou-

mania.

Chacab 1553, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

4, Rue Oborishte, Sofia, Bul-

garia.

Vestre

Boulevard 4, Copen- hagen, Denmark.

Kosmajska 7, Belgrade, and at

Novisad, Yugoslavia.

Oficina Tecnica Industrial

Otelul Marathon

Caracas, Venezuela.

Str. Domnita

Anastasia 6,

Bucharest, Roumania.

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Firm.

Address.

Pallavicini E. y Cia. S.A.C.

Proveedora Maritima S.A. Cia.

Quitnica Schering. S.A....

Ranniger & Cia... ́....

Rappard, Gustavo A.

R.D.A. Reprezentanta de Auto-

mobile S.A.R.

Renschhausen, A. & Co.

Representanta Industriola Man-

nesmann.

Romani S.A.

Rosenthal porcelainuri S.A.R....

Sass F. & Cia.

Schenker & Co. A/S.

Schenker & Co. S.A.R.

Schenker & Co., Transports

Internationaux.

Schenker-Unternehmungen Hold-

ing A/G.

Selle, Rudolf

Semper & Cia.

Societaten Baneira Romana

Stahl-Holding Company A.G....

Textiel ondernemingen

Maatschappij voor.

Trei Inele S.A.R.

N.V..

Moreno 970. Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

R. del Brazil 113, Havana.

Cuba.

Plaza de Candelaria, Caracas.

Venezuela.

Bd. Castilhos Franca 73. Para.

Brazil.

San Martin 232, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.

Str. Gr. Manolescu 21, Bucha-

rest. Roumania.

Larache, Tetuan and Tangier.

Morocco.

Bd. Tache lonesen 27. Bucha-

rest, Roumania.

Str. 1.C. Bratianu 22, Bucha-

rest, Roumania.

Calea Victoriei, Bucharest, Ro-

mania.

Conde a Pinungo 22. Caracas,

Venezuela.

Niels Julsgade 8. Copenhagen.

Denmark.

Calea Victoriei 11, Bucharest.

Roumania.

13 Rue Aux Lits, Antwerp, and

all branches in Belgium.

20 Mythenquai, Zurich, Swit-

zerland.

Bolsa a Pedrera 12, Caracas,

Venezuela.

Rua Marechal Deodoro 172.

Manaos, Brazil.

Str. Lipscani 3. Bucharests

Romania.

Schanzengraben 27. Zurich.

Switzerland.

Rokin 65-67. Amsterdam. Hol-

land.

Str. Ion Ghica 11-a, Bucharest.

Rommania.

Unicolor S.A.

Paeseo de Gracia 51. Barcelona.

Spain.

Juiunea de

Walsum Handels-en-Trans-

port Mij.

Calea Victoriai 114. Bucharest.

Roumania.

Willeinskade 26, Rotterdam.

Holland.

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369

Firm.

Weskott

& Co. La Quimien Baver."

Address.

Mijares a Mercedes 38, Caracas,

Venezuela.

Woltz Hermann & Co.

Zapp. Robert A.G.

Zapp. Robert S.A.

Zapp. N.V. Alg. Handel Mij

v.h. Robert.

Caracas, Venezuela.

Schanzengraben

Switzerland.

27, Zurich,

Avenue Firmin 154/60, Lechar-

lier, Brussels, Belgium.

Lauriergraat 15. Amsterdam.

Holland.

Firm.

PART II-DELETIONS.

Address.

"Cyclop Surface and Under- Alexander 1. No. 4. Sofia, Bul-

ground Construction Bulgarian

Co. Ltd.

Kunath. Eric

garia.

Moritz. Paul

Schultz. S.A. Casa

:

:

:

Colon, Panama.

Panama.

Uruguay

Mexico.

31. Mexies City

PART III-AMENDMENTS.

In relation to Agencia Comercial y Maritima (Heyne Eversbusch &

Co.)" for

For

Mexico substitute and all branches in Mexico

Eesdi Kivioli A/U" substitute

Eesti Kivióli A/U ".

In relation to "Hansa Line D.D.G. for ** Ahwaz, Iran substitute

Tehran and branches in Iran ".

In relation to Heyne Eversbusch & Co.

Maritima Mexico

For

Kanthauser

For

for Mexico substitute

substitute

Agencia Comercial y and all branches m

Caiphausen ".

""

..

Knohr Herbet substitute Knohr Herbert ".

For Magneto Gepkereskedelmi es Müezaki" substitute Magneto

Gepkereskedelmi es Müszaki ".

For Mannesmannca-es Vaskereskedelmi r.t." substitute Mannes-

manneső-és Vaskereskedelmir.t."

In relation to "Merck Quimica Argentina S.A." for "Alsina 1671/79"

substitute Rosetti 1084 ".

For Nottebolin Trading Co." substitute Nottebohm Trading Co."

In relation to Rieckermann, Johs." for " 10, Kyomachi," substitute

10 Kaigan-dori, Kobe-ku."

In relation to Roedinger II. y Cia. S.A." for Peru substitute

and all branches in Peru."

In relation to Rohde &Jörgens Expeditie-maatschappij, N.V.

Matthias

In relation to

Llamese

for Niewland substitute "Nieuwland.

Sanemmanu. Walther" for "Liamese substitute

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66

??

In relation to Scheffel & Schmidt A.G." for Greece substitute

"and branch at Volo, Greece

In relation to "Schenker & Co.'s Internationale Expeditie, N.V." for

"Holland substitute and all branches in Holland ".

In relation to "Schifffahrtskontor Fuer Iran G.m.b.1." for Ahwaz,

Iran "

substitute Tehran and branches in Iran.'

66

In relation to "Schmidt Shoten, Limited" add Dairen and

branches in Kwantung Leased Territory."

(4

"

In relation to Schmitz P. and Company Engineering Office" for

Japan "substitute" and branch at Tokyo, Japan."

In relation to "Siemens" for "Belgium substitute and all

branches in Belgium."

In relation to "Siemens Bauunion for and all branches in Uruquay."

In relation to substitute

In relation to

For

Uruguay "substitute

+

Siemens Elektriska Aktiebolaget for Sweden " and all branches in Sweden.

"Stinnes, Hugo, Ltda., S.A. Com. e. Ind." for Sarmiento 329 "substitute "25 de Mayo 145 ".

Weimer, L.N." substitute " Wijmer, L.N."

No. 284.

Order.

T. WILLIAM JAMES CARRIE, Controller of Food, by virtue and in exercise of the powers vested in me by the Defence Regulations, 1939, with the consent of His Excellency the Governor, hereby make the following order :-

The standard price for the following article of food shall, until further notice. be as follows:-

Brand.

Standard Price.

Thick Cream.

Golden Butterfly, 6 oz.

Golden Butterfly, 3 oz.

.10 per tin.

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8th March, 1940.

W. J. CARRIE,

Controller of Food.

NOTE.--The above order amends the standard price fixed by Government Notification No. 258 in the Gazette of the 1st March, 1940, for the article of food

mentioned.

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66

??

In relation to Scheffel & Schmidt A.G." for Greece substitute

"and branch at Volo, Greece

In relation to "Schenker & Co.'s Internationale Expeditie, N.V." for

"Holland substitute and all branches in Holland ".

In relation to "Schifffahrtskontor Fuer Iran G.m.b.1." for Ahwaz,

Iran "

substitute Tehran and branches in Iran.'

66

In relation to "Schmidt Shoten, Limited" add Dairen and

branches in Kwantung Leased Territory."

(4

"

In relation to Schmitz P. and Company Engineering Office" for

Japan "substitute" and branch at Tokyo, Japan."

In relation to "Siemens" for "Belgium substitute and all

branches in Belgium."

In relation to "Siemens Bauunion for and all branches in Uruquay."

In relation to substitute

In relation to

For

Uruguay "substitute

+

Siemens Elektriska Aktiebolaget for Sweden " and all branches in Sweden.

"Stinnes, Hugo, Ltda., S.A. Com. e. Ind." for Sarmiento 329 "substitute "25 de Mayo 145 ".

Weimer, L.N." substitute " Wijmer, L.N."

No. 284.

Order.

T. WILLIAM JAMES CARRIE, Controller of Food, by virtue and in exercise of the powers vested in me by the Defence Regulations, 1939, with the consent of His Excellency the Governor, hereby make the following order :-

The standard price for the following article of food shall, until further notice. be as follows:-

Brand.

Standard Price.

Thick Cream.

Golden Butterfly, 6 oz.

Golden Butterfly, 3 oz.

.10 per tin.

23

8th March, 1940.

W. J. CARRIE,

Controller of Food.

NOTE.--The above order amends the standard price fixed by Government Notification No. 258 in the Gazette of the 1st March, 1940, for the article of food

mentioned.

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No. 285.

Order.

1, ROBERT ANDREW DERMOD FORREST, Postmaster General of this Colony, by virtue and in exercise of the powers vested in me by the Defence Regulations, 1939, hereby make the following order-

Except as provided in this order, the use in this Colony of wireless transmitting apparatus is prohibited.

This order shall not apply to-

(1) the use of apparatus by or on behalf of the Imperial Government or the Government of this Colony;

(2) the use of ships' wireless outside the following limits---

(a) on the east: a straight line drawn from Cape Collin- son through Tatheng Channel to the south coast of Jan Chau, otherwise known as Slope Island;

(b) on the west: a straight line drawn from the western- most point of the island of Hong Kong to the northernmost point of the island of Kau I Chau and thence a straight line drawn true north to the mainland;

(3) the use of such other apparatus as the Postmaster General may, either generally or for a particular occasion, specially permit, if the apparatus is used only under and in accordance with the terms of the permission.

R. A. D. FORREST,

Postmaster General.

4th March, 1940.

No.

286.

It is hereby notified that CONSTANTINE CONSTANTINOVICH PETROVSKY has been re-assigned from the Key-Posts Group to the General Group for Essential Services in the Hong Kong Defence Reserve under the provisions of the Compulsory Service Ordinance, 1939.

7th March, 1940.

C. BRAMALL BURGESS, Clerk to the Compulsory Service Tribunal.

371

372

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No. 287.

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939. (COMPULSORY SERVICE).

His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, pursuant to Section 11 (7) of the Compulsory Service Ordinance, 1939, to permit SYDNEY CLAUD CROWDEN to quit the Hong Kong Defence Reserve, with effect from 2nd March, 1940.

6th March, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

No. 288.

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939.

(COMPULSORY SERVICE).

His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, pursuant to Section 11 (7) of the Compulsory Service Ordinance, 1939, to permit ARTHUR MORSE to quit the Hong Kong Defence Reserve, with effect from 4th March, 1940.

6th March, 1940.

N. L. SMITH.

Colonial Secretary.

No. 289.

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939. (COMPULSORY SERVICE).

His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, pursuant to Section 11 (7) of the Compulsory Service Ordinance, 1939, to permit WILLIAM FLEMING to quit the Hong Kong Defence Reserve, with effect from 5th March, 1940.

6th March, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

No 290.

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939. (COMPULSORY SERVICE).

His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, pursuant to Section 11 (7) of the Compulsory Service Ordinance, 1939, to permit DAVID DUNCAN MACGREGOR to quit the Hong Kong Defence Reserve, with effect from 6th March, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

6th March, 1940.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 8, 1940.

No. 291.

373

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF COMPANIES,

SUPREME COURT,

HONG KONG.

IN THE MATTER of the CHINA HONG NIN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED of Nos.

186 and 188 Des Voeux Road Central, Hong Kong;

and

IN THE MATTER of Section 18 of the Life Insurance Companies Ordinance No. 11 of

1907;

and

IN THE MATTER of the Life and Annuity business of the above named Company.

Report by the Registrar of Companies, Hong Kong and HERBERT R. STURT, Esquire, Hong Kong, Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries.

    1. This Report upon the life and annuity business of the CHINA HONG NIN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED is made to His Excellency the Governor pursuant to section 18 of the Life Insurance Companies Ordinance, No. 11 of 1907, upon the statements and abstracts deposited with the Registrar of Companies by the said Company under the provisions of the said Ordinance.

2. The statements and abstracts cover the four years ending the 20th March, 1939.

    3. The Valuation Balance sheet made up to the 20th March, 1939, shows liabilities of $1,022,275.20 and outstanding claims under matured policies $38,619.85 against assets of $966,718.90, thus showing a deficit of $94,176.15.

    This deficit is arrived at after deducting the undistributed balance of profit brought forward from the previous valuation as on the 20th March, 1935, amounting to $26,496.11.

    The actual results of the quadrennium were as follows:- The Surplus on 20th March, 1935, was

of which the following amounts were paid out during the quadrennium, as per Consolidated Revenue Account:-

(a) Dividends and Bonus to Shareholders...

(b) Bonuses on policies at maturity

$ 470,360.29

$ 204,218.00

64,500.00

(c) Dividends to policy holders

112,847.61

(d) Carried to Reserve Fund

62,298.57

443,864.18

leaving the undistributed balance of surplus brought forward

26,496.11

From this must be deducted sums already earmarked for payment as Bonus under outstanding claims not brought into the Balance Sheet.....

3,825.00

leaving a net balance of surplus from the previous valuation of The deficit now shown is.

.$

22,671.11

94,176.15

making a net loss for the quadrennium of..........

$ 116,847,26

374

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4. In view of the loss shown in the Valuation there is no profit available for distri- bution under Article 100 of the Articles of Association of the Company or otherwise.

     5. The deficit of $94,176.15 was covered by a Reserve Fund which amounted to $400,940.27 as at 20th March, 1939, from which Mr. Sturt has recommended to the Company that a sum to cover the deficit be formally appropriated. Mr. Sturt has also recommended to the Company that no further Bonus be paid on policies maturing after 20th March, 1939.

Dated the 5th March, 1940.

L. R. ANDREWES,

Registrar of Companies.

HERBERT R. STURT,

Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries.

SUPREME COURT.

No. 292.-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 Saturday, the 16th day of March, 1940, at 10.00 o'clock in the forenoon.

6th March, 1940.

L. R. ANDREWES, Registrar.

SUPREME COURT.

No. 293. It is hereby notified that at the expiration of three months from the date hereof the name of the RELIANCE AUTO ACCESSORIES, LIMITED will, unless cause is. shown to the contrary, be struck off the register and the company will be dissolved.

2nd March, 1940.

L. R. ANDRewes,

Registrar of Companies.

HARBOUR DEPARTMENT.

No. 294.-The following is published for general information :-

The number of Emigrants leaving the Colony for the Straits Settlements

during the month of February, 1940, was 1,706.

4th March, 1940.

G. F. HOLE,

Harbour Master, &c.

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4. In view of the loss shown in the Valuation there is no profit available for distri- bution under Article 100 of the Articles of Association of the Company or otherwise.

     5. The deficit of $94,176.15 was covered by a Reserve Fund which amounted to $400,940.27 as at 20th March, 1939, from which Mr. Sturt has recommended to the Company that a sum to cover the deficit be formally appropriated. Mr. Sturt has also recommended to the Company that no further Bonus be paid on policies maturing after 20th March, 1939.

Dated the 5th March, 1940.

L. R. ANDREWES,

Registrar of Companies.

HERBERT R. STURT,

Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries.

SUPREME COURT.

No. 292.-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 Saturday, the 16th day of March, 1940, at 10.00 o'clock in the forenoon.

6th March, 1940.

L. R. ANDREWES, Registrar.

SUPREME COURT.

No. 293. It is hereby notified that at the expiration of three months from the date hereof the name of the RELIANCE AUTO ACCESSORIES, LIMITED will, unless cause is. shown to the contrary, be struck off the register and the company will be dissolved.

2nd March, 1940.

L. R. ANDRewes,

Registrar of Companies.

HARBOUR DEPARTMENT.

No. 294.-The following is published for general information :-

The number of Emigrants leaving the Colony for the Straits Settlements

during the month of February, 1940, was 1,706.

4th March, 1940.

G. F. HOLE,

Harbour Master, &c.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 8, 1940.

375

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

No. 295.--Extract of Meteorological Observations made at the Royal Observatory, Hong Kong, during the month of February, 1940.

DATE.

BAROMETER

AT M.S.L.

TEMPERATURE.

HUMIDITY.

Max.

Mean. Min.

Rel.

Abs.

CLOUDINESS,

SUNSHINE.

WIND.

RAIN,

Mean

Mean

Dir.

Vel.

February.

ins.

Mile

C

O

p. e.

ins.

p. c.

brs.

ins.

Points.

p.b.

30.06

65.7

61.5

59.5

84

0.46

94

2.I

0.015

E

18.5

2.

.I2 62.3

56.7

44.5

73

.35

57

0.180

NW by N

8.2

3.

.21 54.9

49.7

42.7

65

.23

80

0.7

ENE

10.9

+,

.16

56.8

54.9 53.7 85

.36

99

...

E by N

21.6

5,

.06

64.8

59.4

55.3

92

•47

88

4.1

E

11.7

6..

.10

65.9

60.7 57.0 75

•40

85

3.6

WNW

6.6

7...

.25

57-5

54.3 51.2

68

.28

100

...

NE by N

4.2

8,

.30

58.3

54.2

52.2

66

.28

100

NE

5.9

.26

9,.

61.0

55.6

52.9 71

.31

84

4.5

E

II.1

.21

10,.

62.3

58.5

55.6

78

.38

45

10.0

E

16.7

{ I

.22

71.3 64.2

59.3

74

-44

-6

4.3

E

12.9

[ 2

14

70.5

65.4

62.0

85

•53

87

1.7

E by S

IO. I

.06

13.

14.

15,.

75-5

68.0

64°

87

·59

52

7.8

E

3.8

.15

·

73.0

63.1

58.3 90

.52

88

2.8

0.005

E by S

8.1

.29

65.4

60.2 57.9 82

.42

75

4.8

E

12.8

16..

.25

69.0

62.8 58.9 74

.42

29

10.3

E by S

13.4

17,.

.24 65.9

61.3 57.9 83

.45

45

8.5

E by S

14.1

18,

.22

66.1

61.3

58.5 75

•40

49

E

9.5

17.8

19..

.19

69.2

63.6

58.7

79

46

93

1.4

0.055

E by S

14.2

20,.

.19 75.1

68.1

64.5 85

58

50

6.5

...

E by S

8.3

.23 67.6

61.2

59.5 89

•48

100

0.055

E

10.8

22..

.29

68.1

60.5 57.1

71

.37

45

ENE

9.5

7.9

23..

.28

64.6

59.5

55.9

70

.35

E

32

9.9

11.0

24..

.15

66.8

61.9

56.5 76

.42

33

10.3

E by S

12.2

25..

.1 I

73.0

66.3

61.9

84

E

.54

73

1.5

3.8

26..

.14

68.1

64,0

62.0

86

.51

27,.

.07

68.3 63.7

61.0

81

.48

28,.

29.97

29,.

30.07

67.8

73-7 67.0 63.8

63.5 84 61.7

55

91

•54

7 28 2

72

6.4

E

11.9

92

0.8

E by S

14.7

88

5.5

E by S

11.3

91

I. 1

0.935

E by S

13.1

Mean,

30.17

66.5 611 57.4

79

0.43

72

132.0

1.245

E

11.3

MEANS AND EXTREMES FOR FEBRUARY :-

Maximum,. Normals,

Minimum,

30.30

68.6 63.6 59.9 88 30.13 63.2 59.0 55.5 79 30.00 56.4 53.6 50.5 52

0.50 98

0.40

0.23

214.7 7.945 -6 96.8 1.79! E by N 10.2

37

16.3 0.000

12.5

7.8

The lowest reading of the barometer (M.S.L.) was 29ins. 916 at 20h. 12m. on the 28th.

   The maximum gust velocity as recorded by the Dines-Baxendell anemograph, was at the rate of 47 miles per hour at 04h. 20m. on the 18th.

7th March, 1940.

C. W. JEFFRIES,

Director,

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 8, 1940.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

No. 296.

RAINFALL.

FEBRUARY, 1940.

Total

Station.

Height above

Total

m.s.l.

Rainfall, February.

Rainfall,

January to

February.

feet.

ins.

ins.

Royal Observatory

103

1.24

1.26

Botanical Gardens.

312

1.143

1.45

Victoria Peak.....

1,809

1.56

1.58

Mount Kellett (Matilda Hospital)

1,364

1.19

1.44

Pokfulam (Water Works)

580

0.27

0.27

Aberdeen (Regional Seminary)

100

0.96

0.96

Aberdeen (Water Works).

400

0.21

0.21

Wong Nei Chong (Water Works)

780

0.35

0.35

Tytam (Water Works)

510

0.43

0.43

Tytam Tuk (Water Works)

200

0.46

0.49

Kowloon Reservoir (Water Works)............

475

0.48

0.56

Shek Li Pui (Water Works)..

650

0.40

0.47

Shing Mun No. 1 (Water Works)

1,050

0.48

0.48

Shing Mun No. 2 (Water Works)

1,100

0.53

0.53

Shing Mun No. 3 (Water Works)

675

0.50

0.50

Shing Mun No. 4 (Water Works)

672

0.73

0.73

Shing Mun No. 5 (Water Works)

822

0.66

0.66

Tai Lam Chung (Water Works)

191

0.25

0.25

Tai Lam Chung (Loyola)

41

0.79

0.83

Un Long (Water Works)

Tai Po (Police)

Sai Kung (Police)

Lok Ma Chau (Police)

71

0.18

0.20

91

0.73

0.82

109

1.55

1.64

147

1.05

1.15

Ping Shan (Police)

133

0.75

0.76

Cheung Chau (Police)

60

1.10

1.10

Fanling (Royal Hong Kong Golf Club).

49

1.11

1.18

7th March, 1940.

C. W. JEFFRIES,

Director.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 8, 1940.

THE CROWN LANDS RESUMPTION ORDINANCE, 1900.

377

  No. 297.--It is hereby notified, under section 6 of the Crown Lands Resumption Ordinance, 1900, as enacted by Section 2 of the Crown Lands Resumption Amendment Ordinance, 1930, that the Board of Arbitrators, appointed to determine the amount of compensation to be paid in respect of the resumption of Section A of Lot No. 317, and a portion, comprising 3920 square fect, of Lot No. 6021, all in Survey District I, near Kowloon City, is constituted as follows:--

Mr. THOMAS STODART WHYTE-SMITII, Justice of the Peace, Chairman.

Mr. HENRY JOSEPH PEARCE, M.C., M.Inst. Struct. E., L.R.I.B.A., nominated by

His Excellency the Governor.

Mr. ERNEST MANNING HAZELAND, Architect, nominated by the Chairman on

behalf of the former owners.

  It is hereby further notified that the Chairman hereby appoints Thursday, the 14th day of March, 1940, at 2.30 o'clock in the afternoon, at the Urban Council Room, Post Office Building, 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 at least two days 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.

T. S. WHYTE-SMITH,

Chairman of the Board of Arbitrators.

7th March, 1940.

一千九百年收回政府公地則例 憲 示 第 二百九十七號

百收百

府年

公收政九

姓名列下 回補置費若干經已委定公斷人組織公斷局俾得秉公决斷茲將公斷人 及第六千零二十一號地段一部份計三千九百二十英方尺一事所應給 擬行收回近九龍城之丈量約份第一約第三百一十七號地段A字分 百三十年修正收回政府公地則例第二款所修正者佈告於衆關於政府 啓者茲按照一千九百年收回政府公地則例第六欸之規定即經一千九

畫工 太

太平紳士衞士美先生 主席

工 程 師 賁雅士先生 由督憲指派

希賁

司轉交公斷局審查此佈 該地所享受之權利各項詳情及欲取回補置費若干繕列清楚遞呈布政 置者無論係業主或其他人等須於公斷人開始叙會兩日之前將其對於 政衛生局議事室開始叙會審查該事如有因該地將爲政府收回欲求補 現定西曆一千九百四十年三月十四日星期四下午二時三十分鐘在市 師希士倫先生 由公斷局主席代前業主指派

一仟九百四十年三月七日

置開

費始該四

公斷局主席衛士美啓

發於香港臬署

於補

378

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Hong Kong.

THE WATERWORKS ORDINANCE, 1938.

   No. 298.-The following changes of persons or firms have been made in the list of licensed plumbers published in Government Notification No. 21 of the 4th January, 1939:

Name.

Address.

Additions.

Wing Kee Lo Ho..

.47, Water Street.

On Lee

.36, Stanley Street.

Deletions-(Owing to non-renewal of licences).

Le Mesurier Bros....

Sung Kee & Co.

4th March, 1940.

.31, Nga Tsin Wai Road.

.197, Lockhart Road.

A. B. PURVES,

Water Authority.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

   No. 299. 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.

     Date of Names and Addresses of Owners. Expiration of

Renewal.

Classes in

which registered.

File Nos.

No. 71 of 1912..

5th March, 1912.

Virol, Limited, 152-166, Old Street, London, E.C., Eng- land.

5th March,

3

1954.

466 of 1939.

Nos. 245 & 246 of 1926.

4th March, 1926.

No. 40 of 1936.

3rd March, 1926.

8th March, 1940.

Nicholson File Company at 23, Acorn Street, City of Provi- dence, County of Providence, State of Rhode Island, United States of America.

Hazel-Atlas Glass Company, a corporation of the State of West Virginia, United States of America, located at Wheel- ing, West Virginia, United States of America.

4th March,

12

1954.

465 of 1939.

3rd March.

15

1954.

42 of 1940.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

སྐར་

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 8, 1940.

379

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 300. 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.

Date of Expiration of

Renewal.

Class in

File

which registered.

No.

No. 126 of 1926.

1926.

19th February, Compagnie Optorg, of Prince's Building, Chater Road, Vic- toria in the Colony of Hong Kong.

19th February, | 1954.

34

443

of 1939.

8th March, 1940.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

382

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 301.

ORDINANCE No. 18 of 1935. (BUILDINGS).

It is hereby notified for general information that His Excellency the Governor in Council has, under section 122 of the Buildings Ordinance, 1935, appointed the hours of 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. as the hours between which blasts may be fired by Messrs. Kin Lee & Co., Contractors, in connexion with work at the Jubilee Reservoir.

9th March, 1940.

T. MEGARRY,

Clerk of Councils.

No. 302..

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1915. (IMPORTATION AND

EXPORTATION).

Prohibition of importation of certain

merchandise from Macao.

In exercise of the powers conferred by section 3 of the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, the Governor in Council amends the prohibitory order relating to the importation of certain merchandise from Macao published as Government Notification No. 268 in the Government Gazette of the 2nd March, 1940, as follows:--

1. Paragraph 3 of the said order prohibiting the im- portation of wolfram is rescinded.

14th March, 1940.

T. MEGARRY,

Clerk of Councils.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 15, 1940.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

No. 303.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, No. 1.

Thursday, 7th March, 1940, at 2.30 p.m.

PRESENT:

HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR

(Sir GEOFFRY ALEXANDER STAFFORD NORTHCOTE, K.C.M.G.). His Excellency the General Officer Commanding the Troops, (Major-General ARTHUR EDWARD GRASETT, D.S.O., M.C.).

The Honourable the Colonial Secretary, (Mr. NORMAN LOCKHART SMITH, C.M.G.).

the Attorney General, (Mr. CHALONER GRENVILLE ALABASTER, O.B.E.,

K.C.).

the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, (Mr. ROLAND ARTHUR CHARLES NORTH). the Financial Secretary, (Mr. HENRY ROBERT BUTTERS, Acting). Commander GEORGE FRANCIS HOLE, R.N. (Retired), (Harbour Master). Mr. THOMAS HENRY KING, (Commissioner of Police).

Dr. PERCY SELWYN

Services).

SELWYN-CLARKE, M.C., (Director of Medical

Mr. ALEXANDER BRUCE PURVES, (Director of Public Works).

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

Mr. JOHN JOHNSTONE PATERSON.

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Mr. Lo MAN-KAM.

::

Mr. STANLEY HUDSON DODWELL.

Mr. LEO D'ALMADA E CASTRO, Junior.

""

Dr. LI SHU-FAN.

""

Mr. ANDREW LUSK SHIELDS.

"

Mr. WILLIAM NGARTSE THOMAS TAM.

Mr. CLAUDE BRAMALL BURGESS, (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 28th December, 1939, were confirmed.

383

384

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ANNOUNCEMENT.

3. Standing Law Committee. The Honourable the Colonial Secretary by direction of His Excellency the Governor announced the appointment of the follow- ing to be Members of the Standing Law Committee for 1940:-The Hon. Attorney General (Chairman), the Hon. Financial Secretary, the Hon. Sir HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, Kt., K.C., LL.D., the Hon. Mr. Lo MAN-KAM and the Hon. Mr. Lo D'ALMADA E CASTRO, Junior.

PAPERS.

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

Amendments made by the lovernor in Council under section 29 of the Water- works Ordinance, 1938, Ordinance No. 20 of 1938, to the regulations in the Schedule to that Ordinance, dated 27th December, 1939.

Amendment made by the Governor in Council ander section 3 of the Vehicles and Traffic Regulation Ordinance, 1912, Ordinance No. 40 of 1912, to the regulations, dated 27th December, 1939.

Amendments made by the Urban Council under sections 5 and 6 of the Public Health (Food) Ordinance, 1935, Ordinance No. 13 of 1935, to the by-laws in the Schedule to that Ordinance, under the heading "Sale of Milk generally and Dairies and Milk Shops" on the 5th day of December, 1939, and approved by the Legislative Council on the 28th day of December, 1939. Order made by the Controller of Trade under the Defence Regulations, 1939, with the consent of the Governor, prohibiting the export, except by licence, of certain goods, dated 29th December, 1939.

Amendment made by the Governor in Council under section 4 (1) (a) of the Stamp Ordinance, 1921, Ordinance No. 8 of 1921, to the Heading No. 10 in the Schedule to that Ordinance, dated 5th January, 1940.

Rules made by the Governor under section 20 (3) of the Juvenile Offenders Ordinance, 1932, Ordinance No. 1 of 1932, dated 4th January, 1940.

Order made by the Controller of Food under the Defence Regulations, 1939, with the consent of the Governor, fixing the standard prices of certain articles of food, dated 5th January, 1940.

Order made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, Ordinance No. 32 of 1915, prohibiting the importation of certain merchandise from Macao, dated 12th January, 1940.

Order made by the Controller of Trade under the Defence Regulations, 1939, with the consent of the Governor, prohibiting the export of copper coins of all kinds, except by licence, dated 12th January, 1940.

Amendment made by the Governor in Council under section 2 of the Lighting Control Ordinance, 1936, Ordinance No. 55 of 1936, to the regulations, dated 15th January, 1940.

Control of Communications Order, 1940, made by the Governor under the

Defence Regulations, 1939, dated 13th January, 1940.

Order made by the Controller of Food under the Defence Regulations, 1939, with the consent of the Governor, fixing the standard price for Rolled Oats and Oatmeal, dated 19th January, 1940.

Trading with the Enemy (Specified Persons) (Amendment) Order, 1940, made by the Governor, with the prior approval of the Secretary of State, under section 3(2) of the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance, 1914, Ordinance No. 25 of 1914, as amended by regulation 2 of the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance, 1914, Amendment Regulations, 1939, dated 12th January, 1940.

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Order made by the Governor in Council under section 73(4) of the Public Health (Sanitation) Ordinance, 1935, Ordinance No. 15 of 1935, dated 15th January, 1940.

Amendments made by the Governor under the Emergency Powers (Colonial Defence) Order in Council, 1939, to the Colonial Defence Regulations, 1939, dated 20th January, 1940.

Rules made by the Governor under regulation 18 of the Defence Regulations,

1939, dated 20th January, 1940.

Order made by the Controller of Food under the Defence Regulations, 1939, with the consent of the Governor, fixing the standard prices for certain articles of food, dated 26th January, 1940.

Amendments made by the Governor in Council under section 17 of the Prisons Ordinance, 1932, Ordinance No. 38 of 1932, to the Prison Rules, dated 1st February, 1940.

Order made by the Controller of Food under the Defence Regulations, 1939, with the consent of the Governor, fixing the standard prices for certain articles of food, dated 1st February, 1940.

Amendments made by the Governor in Council under section 2 of the Emer- gency Regulations Ordinance, 1922, Ordinance No. 5 of 1922, to the regulations, dated 5th January, 1940.

Import (Certificates of Origin and Interest) Order, 1940, made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, Ordinance No. 32 of 1915, dated 1st February, 1940.

Amendments made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Vehicles and Traffic Regulation Ordinance, 1912, Ordinance No. 40 of 1912, to the regulations, dated 12th February, 1940.

Amendment made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Vehicles and Traffic Regulation Ordinance, 1912, Ordinance No. 40 of 1912, to the regulations, dated 14th February, 1940.

Defence (Bunker Coal and Oil) Order, 1940, made by the Governor under regulation 16 of the Defence Regulations, 1939, dated 13th February, 1940.

Order made by the Governor under regulation 33 of the Defence Regulations, 1939, declaring the whole of the Colony of Hong Kong and Kowloon excepting certain parts to be a protected area, dated 16th February, 1940.

Additional Defence Regulations made by the Governor under the Emergency Powers (Colonial Defence) Order in Council, 1939, dated 16th February, 1940.

Regulations for the control of fishing made by the Governor under the Emergency Powers (Defence) Act, 1939, as extended to the Colony by the Emergency Powers (Colonial Defence) Order in Council, 1939, dated 13th February, 1940.

Order made by the Controller of Food under the Defence Regulations, 1939, with the consent of the Governor, fixing the standard price of Golden State Evaporated Milk, dated 16th February, 1940.

Amendment made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Miscellaneous Licences Ordinance, 1933, Ordinance No. 25 of 1933, to the regulations, dated 1st March, 1940.

Proclamation No. 1.-Merchant Shipping Amendment Ordinance, 1939, Ordin-

ance No. 22 of 1939, to come into operation on 6th January, 1940.

Proclamation No. 2.-Crown Rents (Apportionment) Ordinance, 1936, Ordin- ance No. 4 of 1936, to come into operation as regards certain lots on 12th January, 1940.

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Sessional Papers, 1910:--

No. 1.-- Report of the War Revenue Committee.

No. 2-Report of the Daylight Saving Committee.

Administration Reports, 1939 :-

Part 11.-Law and Order:

Report of the Official Receiver and Registrar of Trade Marks

and Patents.

List of statements and abstracts of reports of the following Companies which have been deposited with the Registrar of Companies under the Life Insurance Companies Ordinance, 1907, during the year 1939:-

Statements under Section 12.

The China Hong Nin Life Insurance Company, Limited.

The Sincere Life Assurance Company, Limited.

The Wing On Life Assurance Company, Limited.

The Luk Hoi Tong Life Assurance Company, Limited.

West Coast Life Insurance Company.

Statements under Section 13.

The Tai Shan Insurance Company, Limited.

China Insurance Company, Limited.

Annual Abstract Account for 1938, with a report of the Director of Colonial

Audit.

REPORTS OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE.

5. The Colonial Secretary laid on the table the Reports of the Finance Committee (No. 10) and (No. 1), dated 28th December, 1939, and 15th February, 1940, respectively, and moved its adoption.

The Financial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

MOTIONS.

6. The Colonial Secretary addressed the Council and moved :

That this Council gratefully accept a free grant of £8,000 from the Colonial Development Fund for the purpose of the establishment in the Colony of a Fisheries Research Station.

The Financial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

7. The Colonial Secretary addressed the Council and moved :-

That this Council approves generally the Report of the War Revenue Committee, published in Sessional Paper No. 1 of 1910, and accordingly resolves that the Government should proceed, as recommended in Chapter III paragraph 1 of the Report, with measures on the lines of the War Revenue Bill attached as an appendix to the Report.

The Attorney General seconded.

The Hon. Sir HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, Kt., K.C., L.L.D., addressed the Council

on behalf of the Unofficial Members, supporting the motion.

Question-put and agreed to.

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8. The Attorney General moved :-

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That the Order for regulating the fees to be payable in the Supreme Court in Prize, dated 20th day of January, 1940, made by the Chief Justice in excrcise of the powers conferred by section 32 of the Supreme Court Ordinance, No. 3 of 1873 and section 7 (1) of the Colonial Courts of Admiralty Act, 1890, be approved.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

9. The Attorney General moved :-

That the by-law made by the Urban Council under section 5 of the Public Health (Food) Ordinance, 1935, on the 19th day of December, 1939, amending the by-laws in the Schedule to that Ordinance under the heading "Markets", be approved.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

10. The Attorney General moved :---

That the additional by-law made by the Urban Council under section 3 of the Public Health (Sanitation) Ordinance, 1935, on the 30th day of January, 1940, under the heading "Dangerous and Offensive Trades", be approved.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question put and agreed to.

11. Incitement to Disaffection Amendment Bill.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the First reading of a Bill intituled "An Ordinance to amend the Incitement to Disaffection Ordinance, 1939."

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

12. Merchant Shipping Amendment Bill.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the First reading of a Bill intituled "An Ordinance to amend the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899."

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

13. Shops (Hours of Closing) Bill.--The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the First reading of a Bill intituled "An Ordinance to regulate the closing hours of retail shops.'

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

14. Hong Kong Corps of Air Raid Wardens Bill.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the First reading of a Bill intituled "An Ordinance to provide for the establishment and regulation of the Hong Kong Corps of Air Raid Wardens."

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

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15. Administration of Estates by Consular Officers Bill.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the First reading of a Bill intituled "An Ordinance to make provision for the Administration of Estates by Consular Officers."

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question---put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

16. Trade Marks (Emergency) Bill.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the First reading of a Bill intituled "An Ordinance to make such special provision with respect to trade marks as is expedient to meet any emergency which may arise as a result of war."

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

17. Registration of Dentists Bill.--The Attorney General moved the Second reading of a Bill intituled "An Ordinance to provide for the Registration of Dentists."

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 with immaterial 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.

18. Waterworks Amendment Bill.-The Attorney General moved the Second reading of a Bill intituled "An Ordinance to amend the Waterworks Ordinance, 1938."

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.

19. His Excellency the Governor addressed the Council stating that at the next meeting of the Council on 14th instant, it was hoped to have the Bill and certain resolutions ready in connexion with the War Revenue Committee's Report, Sessional Paper No. 1 of 1940.

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ADJOURNMENT.

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20. The Council then adjourned until Thursday, the 14th day of March, 1940

at 2.30 p.m.

Confirmed this 14th day of March, 1940.

C. BRAMALL BURGESS,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

G. A. S. NORTHCOTE,

Governor.

No. 304. His Excellency the Governor has given his assent, in the name and on behalf of His Majesty the KING, to the following Ordinances passed by the Legislative Council:---

Ordinance No. 3 of 1940.-An Ordinance to amend the Incitement to Disaffec-

tion Ordinance, 1939.

Ordinance No. 4 of 1940.-An Ordinance to amend the Merchant Shipping

Ordinance, 1899.

Ordinance No. 5 of 1940.-An Ordinance to regulate the closing hours of retail

shops.

Ordinance No. 6 of 1940.-An Ordinance to provide for the establishment and regulation of the Hong Kong Corps of Air Raid Wardens.

Ordinance No. 7 of 1940.-An Ordinance to make provision for the Adminis-

tration of Estates by Consular Officers.

Ordinance No. 8 of 1940.-An Ordinance to makė such special provision with

respect to trade marks as is expedient to meet any emergency which may arise as a result of

war.

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ADJOURNMENT.

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20. The Council then adjourned until Thursday, the 14th day of March, 1940

at 2.30 p.m.

Confirmed this 14th day of March, 1940.

C. BRAMALL BURGESS,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

G. A. S. NORTHCOTE,

Governor.

No. 304. His Excellency the Governor has given his assent, in the name and on behalf of His Majesty the KING, to the following Ordinances passed by the Legislative Council:---

Ordinance No. 3 of 1940.-An Ordinance to amend the Incitement to Disaffec-

tion Ordinance, 1939.

Ordinance No. 4 of 1940.-An Ordinance to amend the Merchant Shipping

Ordinance, 1899.

Ordinance No. 5 of 1940.-An Ordinance to regulate the closing hours of retail

shops.

Ordinance No. 6 of 1940.-An Ordinance to provide for the establishment and regulation of the Hong Kong Corps of Air Raid Wardens.

Ordinance No. 7 of 1940.-An Ordinance to make provision for the Adminis-

tration of Estates by Consular Officers.

Ordinance No. 8 of 1940.-An Ordinance to makė such special provision with

respect to trade marks as is expedient to meet any emergency which may arise as a result of

war.

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HONG KONG.

No. 3 of 1940.

I assent.

L.S.

G. A. S. NORTHCOTE,

Governor.

15th March, 1940.

An Ordinance to amend the Incitement to Disaffection Ordin-

ance, 1939.

[15th March, 1940.]

Short title.

Amendment of Ordin-

ance No. 9 of 1939, s. 3.

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 Incitement to Disaffection Amendment Ordinance, 1940.

2.-(1) Sub-section (2) of section 3 of the Incitement to Disaffection Ordinance, 1939, is amended-

(a) by the substitution of the words "judge of the Supreme Court" for the word "magistrate" in the first line thereof;

(b) by the insertion of the words "of a rank not lower than that of inspector "after the words. police officer" in

the sixth line thereof;

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(c) by the insertion of the words together with any other persons named in the warrant and any other police officers after the words "the warrant " in the seventh line thereof;

(d) by the insertion of the words "at any time within one month from the date of the warrant" after the word

place" in the eighth line thereof;

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(e) by the deletion of the words "with such assistance as may be necessary, and" after the word "place" in the eighth line thereof;

(f) by the addition of the following provisos at the end thereof-

: Provided that-

(a) a search warrant shall only be issued in respect of an offence suspected to have been committed within the three months prior to the laying of the information thereof; and

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(b) if a search warrant under this Ordinance has been executed on any premises, it shall be the duty of the police officer who has conducted or directed the search to notify the occupier that the search has taken place, and to supply him on request with a list of any documents or other objects which have been removed from the premises, and where any documents have been removed from any other person, to supply that person with a list of such documents.

(2) Section 3 is amended by the addition of the following sub-section at the end thereof--

(4) Anything seized under this section may be retained for a period not exceeding one month, or if within that period proceedings are commenced for an offence under this Ordin- ance until the conclusion of those proceedings, and subject as aforesaid, and to the provisions of this Ordinance con- ferring powers on courts dealing with offences, section 43 of the Magistrates Ordinance, 1932, (which makes provision with respect to the disposal of property in the possession of the police) shall apply to property which has come into the possession of the police under this section as it applies to property which has come into the possession of the police in the circumstances mentioned in that section.

Passed the Legislative Council of Hong Kong, this 14th day of March, 1940.

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C. BRAMALL BURGESS,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

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HONG KONG.

No. 4 OF 1940.

I assent.

G. A. S. NORTHCOTE,

L.S.

Governor.

15th March, 1940.

An Ordinance to amend the Merchant Shipping Ordinance,

1899.

[15th March, 1940.]

Short title.

Amendments

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 Merchant Ship- ping Amendment Ordinance, 1940.

       2. Sub-section (6) of section 22 of the Merchant Ship- of Ordinance ping Ordinance, 1899, is amended:--

No. 10 of 1899, s. 22

(6).

(a) by the repeal of the words "shall be liable to a fine not exceeding two hundred and fifty dollars " in the four- teenth and fifteenth lines thereof and by the substitution therefor of the words "shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding two thousand five hundred dollars and to imprisonment for any term not exceeding six months".

(b) by the addition of the following paragraph at the end thereof :-

If the intended voyage is to any port in China which has not been opened at any time to foreign trade the Harbour Master may, at his absolute discretion, refuse to furnish a port clearance.

Passed the Legislative Council of Hong Kong, this 14th day of March, 1940.

C. BRAMALL Burgess,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

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L.S.

HONG KONG.

No. 5 OF 1940.

I assent.

G. A. S. NORTHCOTE,

Governor.

15th March, 1940.

An Ordinance to regulate the closing hours of retail shops.

[15th March, 1940.]

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 Shops (Hours Short title. of Closing) Ordinance, 1940.

2. In this Ordinance--

or

Interpreta- tion.

cf. 2 Geo. 5, c. 3, s. 19,

and 18 and 19 Geo. 5,

shop" includes any premises where any retail trade or business is carried on, but does not include clubs, hotels, public houses, restaurants, eating houses, tea-rooms premises open for the sale only of medicines, aerated waters, e. 33, ss. 2 sweets, chocolates or other sugar confectionery or ice cream, tobacco or smokers requisites;

"retail trade or business includes the business of a barber or hairdresser, but does not include the sale of petrol or newspapers or the sale or distribution of milk, or the sale of programmes or refreshments at theatres and places of

amusement.

and 3.

3. Every shop shall, save as otherwise provided in this Closing Ordinance, be closed for the serving of customers not later hours. than eight o'clock in the evening on any day of the week.

cf. 2 Geo. 5, c. 3, s. 4 (1).

elsewhere

4. It shall not be lawful to carry on in any place not Provisions being a shop retail trade or business at any time when it as to trading would be unlawful to keep a shop open for the purposes of than in

shops. such retail trade or business, and, if any person carries on any trade or business in contravention of this section, this cf. 2 Geo. 5, Ordinance shall apply as if he were the occupier of a shop and the shop were being kept open in contravention of this Ordinance.

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c. 3, s. 9.

5. The Governor may by order, signified by notification Power to in the Gazette under the hand of the Colonial Secretary, suspend suspend the operation of the provisions of this Ordinance in Ordinance connexion with the Chinese New Year or any other special on special

occasion.

operation of

occasions.

cf. 18 and

19 Geo. 5,

c. 33, s. 7.

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Offences.

ef. 2 Geo. 5, c. 3, s. 1 (4).

2 Geo. 5, c. 3, s. 14 (2).

6.-(1) In the case of any contravention of, or failure to comply with, the provisions of this Ordinance, the occupier of the shop shall be guilty of an offence and liable on sum- mary conviction to a fine not exceeding (a) in the case of a first offence, fifty dollars, (b) in the case of a second or subsequent offence, five hundred dollars.

(2) Where the offence, for which the occupier of a shop is liable under this Ordinance, has, in fact, been committed by some manager, agent, servant or other person, the manager, agent, servant or other person shall be liable to the like penalty as if he were the occupier.

Passed the Legislative Council of Hong Kong, this 14th day of March, 1940.

C. BRAMALL BURGESS.

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

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HONG KONG.

No. 6 of 1940.

I assent.

G. A. S. NORTHCOTE,

Governor.

15th March, 1940.

An Ordinance to provide for the establishment and regulation

of the Hong Kong Corps of Air Raid Wardens.

[15th March, 1940.]

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 Hong Kong Corps Short title. of Air Raid Wardens Ordinance, 1940.

2. In this Ordinance-

(a) "Director of Air Raid Precautions

Interpreta.

tion.

means the

Officer who shall for the time being hold the office of Director of Air Raid Precautions.

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(b) Deputy Director of Air Raid Precautions means the Officer who shall for the time being hold the Office of Deputy Director of Air Raid Precautions.

(c) "officers means the Chief Air Raid Warden of Hong Kong and the Chief Air Raid Warden of Kowloon, New Kowloon, and the New Territories, the Deputy Chief Wardens, the Head Wardens, the Divisional Wardens and the Deputy Divisional Wardens.

(d) subordinate officers" means all District Wardens, Deputy District Wardens, Senior Wardens who are duly registered as such in the Corps Records.

(e) "members" includes officers, subordinate officers, Air Raid Wardens, House Wardens and Honorary Air Raid Wardens.

(f) "Corps means the Hong Kong Corps of Air Raid Wardens.

(g) Corps Equipment" includes all uniform clothing, protective clothing, boots, accoutrements, badges, demon- stration models, respirators, tools, gear and other effects of any kind supplied by the Government and issued to a member of the Hong Kong Corps of Air Raid Wardens.

3. It shall be lawful for the Governor in Council to Regulations.

make regulations in respect of the following matters-

(a) the conditions of admission as members or Honorary Members to the Corps.

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Constitu- tion.

Administra- tion.

Enrolment.

Appoint- ment,

promotion and

dismissal.

Equipment to be supplied.

(b) uniform and equipment.

(c) training.

(d) duties, obligations and responsibilities of members in time of peace, in time of emergency and in time of war.

(e) numerical strength of the Corps.

(S) pay.

(g) conditions of resignation when called out for active service.

(h) gratuities and pensions to members for wounds or injuries received whilst on duty.

(i) gratuities and pensions to widows and dependents of members who are killed on duty, or whose death is directly traceable to wounds or injuries received or exposure or illness contracted whilst on duty.

() the general government, discipline and good order of the Corps.

(k) such other things as may be necessary or desirable for the carrying into effect of the provisions of this Ordin-

ance.

4. The Corps shall consist of a Director of Air Raid Precautions, and such members as the Governor in Council may from time to time direct.

5. The Director of Air Raid Precautions, subject to the control of the Governor and the provisions of this Ordinance, shall be charged with the direction and administration of the Corps.

6. The Director of Air Raid Precautions may enrol in the Corps such persons who qualify for enrolment in accord- ance with the regulations for the time being in force and who offer their services for such duties, either in general for the public interests or in particular for approved private interests, as may be allotted to them by Officers of the Corps, and every person so enrolled shall become a member of the Corps and subject to the provisions of this Ordinance provided that he or she signs the following declaration-

"I have read or had explained to me the Hong Kong Corps of Air Raid Wardens Ordinance 1940 and I agree to carry out such duties, general or particular, that may be allotted to me by duly authorized Officers of the Corps.

7.-(1) The Chief Air Raid Wardens shall be appointed by the Governor and they may be dismissed only by the Governor.

(2) All other Officers, Subordinate Officers and Wardens may be appointed, promoted, reduced or dismissed by the Director of Air Raid Precautions.

(3) Any of the powers conferred on the Director of Air Raid Precautions by this Ordinance may be exercised by any Officers deputed for that purpose by the Director of Air Raid Precautions.

8. Every member of the Corps shall be supplied with such uniform and equipment as may be prescribed by the Director of Air Raid Precautions.

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9.-(1) All Corps equipment shall be and remain the Equipment property of the Government.

to remain property of the

(2) All Corps equipment shall, when required by the Government. Director of Air Raid Precautions, be produced or delivered up as directed by him.

(3) On the death, resignation or discharge of any member of the Corps the person or persons into whose hands the Corps equipment of the deceased shall come shall forthwith return the same to the Director of Air Raid Precautions.

not to be

10. (1) If any member of the Corps wilfully makes Equipment away with, sells, pawns, or wilfully damages, destroys or wrongfully negligently loses or unlawfully refuses or neglects to produce disposed of. or deliver up any Corps equipment issued to him the value thereof shall be recoverable from him summarily before a magistrate by the Director of Air Raid Precautions or his representative.

(2) If any person knowingly buys or takes in exchange or in pawn from any member of the Corps, or any person acting on his behalf, or solicits or entices any member of the Corps to sell or pawn, or has in his possession without lawful authority or excuse any Corps equipment, such persons shall upon summary conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding two hundred and fifty dollars and imprisonment for any term not exceeding six months.

11. (1) In case of apprehended or actual attack on the Colony the Governor by proclamation may call out for active service all or any members of the Corps.

(2) Every member of the Corps so called out shall attend at such place and perform such duties as the Director of Air Raid Precautions or his Officers shall direct.

(3) The period of such active service shall end only by proclamation of the Governor.

Calling out for active

service.

called out.

12. Every member of the Corps when called out on Pay when service shall be entitled to such pay and allowances, if any, as may be laid down by Regulations.

to members disabled and

widows and families of

13. All members of the Corps who shall have received Pensions or wounds or injuries when on active service, whether employed on general public duties, or as House Wardens on particular private duties, and the widows and families or dependents of all such members who have been killed or have died of those killed wounds or injuries received during such active service, or have died from illness directly traceable to fatigue or exposure incident to such active service shall be eligible for such pen- sions or gratuities as the Governor in Council shall fix.

on active service.

14. It shall be lawful for the Director of Air Raid Powers of Precautions-

(i) to make departmental orders as he may think fit for the carrying out of the routine of the Corps and for regulating the internal economy thereof;

(ii) to issue such orders as he may deem necessary to make the Corps efficient and to maintain it as such and to see that such orders are duly obeyed;

(iii) to take full charge of the Corps when it is called out for active service and to issue all necessary orders for

the Director of Air Raid Precautions.

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Duties of members of the Corps.

Penalty for refusal or neglect of duty when

not on active service.

Penalty for refusal or neglect of duty when

on active

service.

Disciplinary penalties.

Power to

grant rewards, badges and

medals for

extra- ordinary services.

the duties it will be called upon to perform and to take such steps as may be necessary to ensure that such duties are duly executed.

15. It shall be the duty of every member of the Corps- (i) to obey all lawful orders of his superior officer;

(ii) to attend such practices and to undergo such training as may be specified in orders issued by the Director of Air Raid Precautions;

(iii) to keep his equipment in good and serviceable order;

(iv) upon ceasing to be a member of the Corps to return. forthwith his equipment in good order to the Director of Air Raid Precautions.

16. Any member of the Corps who, when the Corps is not on active service, wilfully refuses or neglects without reasonable excuse to carry out any duties assigned to him by a superior Officer shall be liable to summary dismissal.

17. Any member of the Corps, who, when on active. service wilfully refuses or neglects without reasonable excuse to carry out any duties assigned to him by a superior officer shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding two hundred and fifty dollars and imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months.

18. (1) The Director of Air Raid Precautions is em- powered to take the following disciplinary action-

(a) reduction in rank or class;

(b) a fine not exceeding ten dollars;

(c) loss of pay during any period of absence from duty; (d) dismissal (except in the case of Chief Air Raid Wardens);

(e) deprivation of A.R.P. badge.

(2) Chief Air Raid Wardens and Divisional Wardens are empowered to take the following disciplinary action-

(a) caution;

(b) reprimand;

(3) The offences to which the preceding sub-sections refer are as follows-

(a) drunkenness on duty;

(b) insubordination or disrespect to a superior officer; (c) soliciting or accepting any gratuity;

(d) infringement of any regulation or departmental order made under this Ordinance;

(e) refusal to obey lawful orders or carry out duties assigned.

19. It shall be lawful for the Governor upon report made by the Director of Air Raid Precautions to grant rewards, distinctive badges or medals to members of the Corps who may distinguish themselves, by extraordinary diligence, zeal, gallantry or exertion in the execution of their duties.

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20. Except when called out for active service a member Cessation of may cease to be a member of the Corps by-

(a) resignation by letter at any time;

(b) dismissal by the Governor or the Director of Air Raid Precautions.

membership of the Corps.

tion.

21. Any person, who, not being a member of the Corps, Impersona- puts on the uniform, or wears the badge, or takes the name, designation, or character of a member of the Corps for the purpose of doing or procuring to be done any act which a member of the Corps would be entitled to do or procure to be done of his own authority, or for any other unlawful purpose, shall upon summary conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding two hundred and fifty dollars and to imprison- ment for any term not exceeding six months

possession

22. No person shall without lawful authority or excuse Un- have in his possession any uniform, badge, identification authorized document, equipment or other thing issued or usually issued manufacture to any member of the Corps, or that so closely resembles or sale of

                                         uniform, them as to mislead the public, and no person shall, without badges, etc. lawful authority or excuse make, copy or sell any such things as may lead to the belief that they are authorized issues by the Director of Air Raid Precautions, under penalty upon summary conviction of a fine not exceeding two hundred and fifty dollars and imprisonment for any term not exceeding six

months.

23. All members, except Honorary Wardens shall have authority when on active service or when called up for practice, to enter into premises in pursuance of their duties, to stop or direct traffic, to enforce the observance of Lighting Restrictions previously notified, and to exercise generally all such powers as are conferred on them under the Colonial Defence Regulations, and they shall have the same protection and immunities in this respect as a member of the Regular Police Force.

24. The responsibility and powers vested by this Ordin- ance in the Director of Air Raid Precautions may be assumed and exercised, wholly or in part, by the Deputy Director of Air Raid Precautions on instructions in writing from the Director of Air Raid Precautions and with the assent of the Governor.

Powers of

members when on

active

service.

Powers of Director of Air Raid

Deputy

Precautions.

399

Passed the Legislative Council of Hong Kong, this 14th day of March, 1940.

C. BRAMALL BURGESS,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

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HONG KONG

No. 7 of 1940.

I assent.

L.S.

G. A. S. NORTHCOTE, Governor.

4

Short title.

Administra-

tion of

estates by Consular

Officers.

Variation of Schedule.

15th March, 1940.

An Ordinance to make provision for the Administration of

Estates by Consular Officers.

[15th March, 1940.]

WHEREAS it is expedient that effect should be given in the Colony to the provisions of certain Treaties of Commerce and Navigation mentioned in the Schedule hereto :---

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 Administration of Estates by Consular Officers Ordinance, 1940.

2. Whenever any subject or citizen of any State men- tioned in the first column of the Schedule hereto--

(a) dies within the Colony, or

(b) dies outside the Colony, leaving property within the Colony,

and no person is present in the Colony at the time of his death who is rightfully entitled to administer the estate of such deceased person, the Consul, Vice-Consul, or Consular Agent of such State within the Colony may take possession and have the custody of the property of such deceased person, and may apply the same in payment of his debts and funeral expenses, and may retain the surplus for the benefit of the persons entitled thereto; but such Consul, Vice-Consul, or Consular Agent shall immediately apply for, and shall be entitled to obtain from the Court, Letters of Administration of the property of such deceased person, limited in such manner and for such time as to the Court shall seem fit.

3. It shall be lawful for the Governor by order notified in the Gazette under the hand of the Colonial Secretary to vary the Schedule---

(a) by deleting therefrom any State when the provision of the Treaty with that State mentioned in the Schedule shall have ceased to have effect;

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(b) by adding thereto any State with whom His Majesty shall make a Treaty of Commerce and Navigation containing provision similar to any of the provisions mentioned in the Schedule.

Passed the Legislative Council of Hong Kong, this 14th day of March, 1940.

401

C. BRAMALL BURGESS,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

SCHEDULE.

Name of State.

Title of Treaty.

Date of Treaty.

Provision.

Estonia.

Treaty of Commerce and Navi- gation between the United Kingdom and Estonia.

18.1.26.

Article 22.

Finland.

Treaty of Commerce and Navi- gation between the United Kingdom and Finland.

14.12.23.

Article 19 (3rd para.).

Greece.

Treaty of Commerce and Navi- gation between the United Kingdom and Greece.

16.7.26.

Article 23.

Hungary.

Treaty of Commerce and Navi- gation between the United Kingdom and IIungary.

23.7.26.

Article 14.

Japan.

Treaty of Commerce and Navi- gation between the United Kingdom and Japan.

3.4.11.

Article 5.

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Thailand.

Treaty of Commerce and Navi- gation between the United Kingdom and Siam (Thai- land).

23.11.37.

Article 19.

Turkey.

Treaty of Commerce and Navi-

gation between the Kingdom and Turkey.

1.3.30.

Article 28.

United

Yugoslavia. Treaty of Commerce and Navi-

gation between the United Kingdom and the Kingdom

of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes.

12.5.27.

Article 24.

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L.S.

HONG KONG.

No. 8 OF 1940.

I assent.

G. A. S. NORTHCOTE,

Governor.

Short title.

Interpreta-

tion.

2 & 3 Geo. 6,

c. 107,

s. 10 (1).

Ordinance

No. 25 of 1914.

Ordinance No. 40 of 1909.

Power of Registrar to suspend trade mark

rights of an enemy or an

enemy

subject.

c. 107, s. 3.

15th March, 1940.

An Ordinance to make such special provision with respect to trade marks as is expedient to meet any emergency which may arise as a result of war.

[15th March, 1940.]

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 Trade Marks (Emergency) Ordinance, 1940.

2. (1) In this Ordinance, unless the context otherwise requires

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enemy and enemy subject' have the meanings respectively assigned to them by the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance, 1914;

"the Registrar" means the Registrar of Trade Marks within the meaning of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909.

(2) References in this Ordinance to any enactment shall be construed as references to that enactment as amended by any subsequent enactment, including, except where the context otherwise requires, this Ordinance.

3.-(1) Where it is made to appear to the Registrar that it is difficult or impracticable to describe or refer to an article or substance without the use of a trade mark registered in respect of that article or substance, being a trade mark which is, or has at any time since the beginning of the third day of September nineteen hundred and thirty-nine been, registered

2 & 3 Geo. 6, in the name of an enemy or an enemy subject, whether alone or jointly with another, or which is, or has at any such time as aforesaid been, in the proprietorship of an enemy or an enemy subject, whether alone or jointly with another, the following provisions of this section shall have effect.

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(2) On the application of any person who proposes to deal in the course of trade in Hong Kong with an article or substance which is or is intended to be the same as, or equivalent to or a substitute for, the article or substance in respect of which the trade mark is registered, the Registrar may order that the right to the use of the trade mark given by the registration thereof shall be suspended-

(a) so far as regards use thereof by the applicant and any such use thereof by the other person in relation to goods connected in the course of trade with the applicant as would not be an infringement of the said right if the applicant were the proprietor of the trade mark;

(b) to such extent and for such period as the Registrar may consider necessary for enabling the applicant to render well-known and established some description of, or means of reference to, the article or substance with which he proposes to deal in the course of trade, being a description. or means of reference which does not involve the use of the trade mark.

(3) Where an order has been made under the last fore- going sub-section, no action for passing off shall lie on the part of any person interested in the trade mark in respect of any use thereof which, by virtue of the order, is not an infringement of the right to the use thereof given by the registration thereof.

(4) An order under this section may be varied or revoked by a subsequent order made by the Registrar.

tion of

4.--(1) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 4 of Effect of war the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance, 1914, or any rule of on registra- law relating to intercourse or dealings with or for the benefit trade marks. of enemies, it shall be lawful, subject to the provisions of this Ordinance, for a trade mark to be registered under the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909, on the application of an

enemy:

Provided that, where such a registration as aforesaid is effected on the application of an enemy-

(i) the person registered shall not be entitled to require the issue of the certificate of registration; and

(ii) the rights conferred by the registration shall be subject to any relevant provisions of any enactment for the time being in force relating to the property of an enemy.

(2) The Registrar may, in any case in which in his opinion it is desirable in the public interest so to do, refuse to take, or suspend the taking of, any proceedings on or in relation to an application of an enemy for the registration of a trade mark.

(3) No act requisite for enabling such a registration as aforesaid to be effected, in so far as it is done for that purpose and for that purpose only, shall, whether the registration is effected or not, be treated as a contravention of any of the provisions of section 4 of the Trading with the Enemy Ordin- ance, 1914, or of any rule of law relating to intercourse or dealings with or for the benefit of enemies.

2

& 3 Geo. 6, c. 107, s. 4. Ordinance

No. 40 of 1909.

403

404

Power of Registrar to extend time

limits having regard to war circum- stances.

2 & 3 Geo. 6, c. 107, s. 6.

Evidence

relating to nationality

and place of residence,

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(4) References in this section to an application of an enemy shall be construed as including references to an application of an enemy jointly with any other person, whether an enemy or not.

5.-(1) The Registrar may, subject to such conditions, if any, as he thinks fit to impose, extend the time limited by or under the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909, or this Act, for doing any act, where he is satisfied-

(a) that the doing of the act within the time so limited was prevented by a person's being on active service or by any other circumstances arising from the existence of a state of war which, in the opinion of the Registrar, justify an extension of the time so limited; or

(b) that, by reason of circumstances arising from the existence of a state of war, the doing of the act within the time so limited would have been or would be injurious to the rights or interests of the person by or on whose behalf the act is or was to be done or to the public interest.

(2) An extension under this section of the time for doing

any act-

(a) may be for any period that the Registrar thinks fit, notwithstanding that by or under any Ordinance power is conferred to extend the time for doing that act for a specified period only; and

(b) may be granted notwithstanding that that time expired before any application or request for extension was made, or that, by reason of that act not having been done within that time, the relevant application, registration or proceeding has ceased or expired, or become void or invalid, or been treated as abandoned.

(3) The powers conferred by this section may be exer- cised notwithstanding that the exercise thereof benefits, whether directly or indirectly, an enemy or an enemy subject.

6.--(1) For the purposes of this Ordinance--

(a) the fact that the address of any person registered in the register of trade marks kept under the Trade Marks and decisions Ordinance, 1909, is an address in enemy territory within the meaning of the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance, 1914, shall be primâ facie evidence that that person is resident in 2 & 3 Geo. 6, that territory; and

relating to enemy

character.

c. 107, s. 7.

Persons to

fore making

of orders.

(b) the fact that in any such register a person is stated to be of a particular nationality shall be primâ facie evidence that he is of that nationality.

(2) No order made by the Registrar under this Ordin- ance shall be held to be invalid by reason only that any decision made for the purposes of the order that a particular person is an enemy or an enemy subject is wrong.

7. Before deciding as to the making of any order under be heard be this Ordinance, the Registrar shall, unless having regard to the circumstances he considers it inexpedient or impossible 2 & 3 Geo. 6, so to do, give to any person who appears to the Registrar to be interested such opportunity of being heard as appears to him to be just.

c. 107, s. 8.

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fees.

8.--(1) The Chief Justice with the approval of the Rules and Legislative Council may make rules for regulating the practice 2 & 3 Geo. 6, under this Ordinance, including rules providing for opposi- c. 107, s. 9. tions and rules regulating the service of documents and the time within which any act authorized or required by this Ordinance or the rules may or must be done.

(2) There shall be paid in respect of applications and other matters under this Ordinance such fees as may be prescribed by the Chief Justice with the concurrence of the Legislative Council.

ment.

9. This Ordinance shall be deemed to have come into Commence- operation on the third day of September nineteen hundred and thirty-nine.

Passed the Legislative Council of Hong Kong, this 14th day of March, 1940.

2 & 3 Geo. 6, c. 107, s. 11 (2).

C. BRAMALL BURGESS,

Deputy Clerk of Councils.

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APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 305.-It is hereby notified that Mr. HUMPHREY JOHN CRUTTWELL resumed duty as District Officer in the Southern District of the New Territories on 13th March, 1940.

15th March, 1940.

No. 306.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to approve the following promotions in the Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps, with effect from 23rd February, 1940:-

Corporal KENNETH STRUAN ROBERTSON to be Second Lieutenant.

Corporal IAN PHILIP TAMWORTH to be Second Lieutenant.

Sth March, 1940.

No. 307.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under section 9 of the regulations of the Hong Kong Naval Volunteer Force, to make the following appointment in the Hong Kong Naval Volunteer Force:

To be Acting Sub-Lieutenant.

ARTHUR ROBERT BROWN, Esq., with effect from 1st March, 1940.

15th March, 1940.

No. 308.-The appointment of FRANCIS ALFRED KEMP as Government Wireless Inspector published in G. N. No. 847 in the Gazette of the 23rd October, 1936, has been cancelled, with effect from the 8th March, 1940.

13th March, 1940.

  No. 309. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint the under- mentioned officers to be Government Wireless Inspectors for the purpose of carrying into effect the provisions of the Telecommunication Ordinance, No. 18 of 1936 :-

PAUL VERNON REVELEY,

DENNIS MAXWELL GILL,

ARTHUR HILL,

THOMAS WYLIE STEVEN ADDINGLEY.

13th March, 1940.

No. 310. His Excellency the Governor, under instructions received from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, has been pleased to recognize Mr. ROBERT WATLAND RINDEN as Vice-Consul of the United States of America at Hong Kong.

9th March, 1940.

  No. 311.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint under section 3 (9) of Ordinance No. 7 of 1935, Mr. LI TSE-FONG to be a Member of the Urban Council for a term of three years, with effect from 9th March, 1940.

13th March, 1940.

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NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 312. The following notes are published for general information.

12th March, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

NOTES FOR PERSONS WISHING TO COMMUNICATE WITH FRIENDS

IN ENEMY COUNTRIES OR A COUNTRY IN THE OCCUPATION

OF THE ENEMY.

407

  1. Letters should be written in English or German without the address of the sender, and must contain nothing but matter of personal interest. No enclosure of the following nature is permitted--any printed matter, map, plan, sketch, drawing, print, photograph or other descriptive or pictorial representation, or postage or revenue stamp. No reference should be made to any phase of the war. No mention may be made in such letters, of any office of Thos. Cook & Son, Ltd., at home or abroad.

  2. Communications must be as brief as possible in order to avoid delay in censoring.

3. Letters must be placed in an open envelope fully addressed to the addressee.

  4. The envelope containing the letter should be placed in an outer envelope addressed to Thos. Cook & Son, Ltd., Secretary's Department, Berkeley Street, Piccadilly, London, W., and handed to the Chief Censor, General Post Office Building, Hong Kong, together with a memorandum plainly written, containing in block characters the name and full address of the sender, and an open addressed envelope for the forwarding of a reply, should one be received from the correspondent. The corres- pondent in Germany should be informed, if he wishes to send a reply, that the reply should be addressed to the sender care of Post Box 601 Amsterdam.

  5. When the communication is handed to the Chief Censor payment of $2.00 must be made, which fee will cover,

:

The postage of one envelope containing one communication to the neutra

country.

2) Postage from the neutral country to the enemy country.

3 In case a reply is sent from the correspondent in the enemy country, the fee also includes postage from the neutral country to Messrs. Cook's Head Office, but not to Hong Kong. The reply will be sent by surface mail from London to Hong Kong, and the cost of this transmission will be collected from the addressee in Hong Kong by the General Post Office.

(4) Letters exceeding one ounce in weight will be subject to an additional

charge.

5) Thos. Cook & Son, Ltd., undertake this transaction at the sole risk in all respects of the party requiring their services, and on the express under- standing that no action will lie against them by reason of any act or default on their part or on the part of any person or agent employed by

them.

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(6) Communications for Prisoners of War (i.e. British and Allied Naval Military and Air Force prisoners and civilian internees) must not be sent under the foregoing arrangement, but forwarded in accordance with the regulations to be obtained at the General Post Office.

(7) The above charges are based in all cases upon transmission of the corres- pondence by surface mail. If it is desired to make use of the air mail service the following extra charges will be payable:

Air carriage from London to Germany

per

half ounce

or part thereof. $1 per half ounce

Air carriage from London to Hong Kong

8th March, 1940.

(2nd Amendment.

or part thereof.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

   No. 313. It is hereby notified that in the colunan giving the effective date of the award of the Colonial Police Long Service Medal to Juspector Louis RAMPLING WILANT, published in the Gazette of 19th January, 1940 as Government Notification No. 76, the date "1.9.39" is substituted for the date 11.1.39 appearing therein against his

name.

14th March, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

   No. 314. In accordance with regulation 8 of the Regulations as to grant, forfei- ture, restoration and other matters concerning The Efficiency Medal in regard to the Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps, published as Notification No. 579 in the Gazette of 2nd August, 1935, His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to authorize the following awards :-

Efficiency Meda!.

Private MARIO MARIA DA SILVA.

Lance-Sergeant JAIME DANIEL DOS REMEDIOS,

11th March, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

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(6) Communications for Prisoners of War (i.e. British and Allied Naval Military and Air Force prisoners and civilian internees) must not be sent under the foregoing arrangement, but forwarded in accordance with the regulations to be obtained at the General Post Office.

(7) The above charges are based in all cases upon transmission of the corres- pondence by surface mail. If it is desired to make use of the air mail service the following extra charges will be payable:

Air carriage from London to Germany

per

half ounce

or part thereof. $1 per half ounce

Air carriage from London to Hong Kong

8th March, 1940.

(2nd Amendment.

or part thereof.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

   No. 313. It is hereby notified that in the colunan giving the effective date of the award of the Colonial Police Long Service Medal to Juspector Louis RAMPLING WILANT, published in the Gazette of 19th January, 1940 as Government Notification No. 76, the date "1.9.39" is substituted for the date 11.1.39 appearing therein against his

name.

14th March, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

   No. 314. In accordance with regulation 8 of the Regulations as to grant, forfei- ture, restoration and other matters concerning The Efficiency Medal in regard to the Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps, published as Notification No. 579 in the Gazette of 2nd August, 1935, His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to authorize the following awards :-

Efficiency Meda!.

Private MARIO MARIA DA SILVA.

Lance-Sergeant JAIME DANIEL DOS REMEDIOS,

11th March, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

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No. 315.

COMPULSORY SERVICE ORDINANCE, 1939,

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939.

The following persons, of ages from 41 to 54 years inclusive, shall, as from the date of publication of this list, be deemed to have been enrolled in, and to belong to, the Hong Kong Defence Reserve :-

Ewing, John Theodore

Howard, Alec Henry

Hunter, James

Mills, Henry Arthur

Dated the 13th day of March, 1940.

By Order,

B.

B.

B.

C.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

B.Key-Posts Group.

C. General Group for Essential Services.

No

316.

COMPULSORY SERVICE ORDINANCE, 1939.

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939.

The following persons, of ages from 18 to 40 years inclusive, shall, as from the date of publication of this list, be deemed to have been enrolled in, and to belong to, the Hong Kong Defence Reserve :--

Abbott, Terence Kingsmill

B.

Andrews, Walter Reginald Nahumn.

A.

Flegg, Jack Sydney

B.

Lucock, Ernest John

A.

Pudney, Eric William

B.

B.

Skinner, John

Warden. Ernest Thomas

Dated the 13th day of March, 1940.

By Order,

B.

A. Combatant Group.

B. Key-Posts Group.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

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No. 317.

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939. (COMPULSORY SERVICE).

His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, pursuant to Section 11 (7) of the Compulsory Service Ordinance, 1939, to permit RICHARD WEBSTER COLE to quit the Hong Kong Defence Reserve, with effect from 7th March, 1940.

No. 318.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

13th March, 1940.

Order.

I, ERIC WILLIAM HAMILTON, by virtue of the powers vested in me under the Defence Regulations, 1939, with the consent of His Excellency the Governor, hereby prohibit the export, except by licence under my hand or under the hand of an officer of my department on my behalf, of the follow- ing goods :-

Nickel Coins.

15th March, 1940.

E. W. HAMILTON,

Controller of Trade.

THE MAGISTRACY.

No. 319. With reference to Notification No. 196 published in the Gazette of the 16th February, 1940, notice is hereby given that as no nominations have been received, the election by the Justices of the Peace announced to be held in the Council Chamber of the Urban Council on Friday, the 15th day of March, 1940, will not take place.

14th March, 1940.

H. G. SHELDON,

First Police Magistrate.

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OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 320. 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.

Date of Expiration of

Renewal.

Class in

File

which registered.

No.

No. 130 of 1926.

11th March, 1926.

15th March, 1940.

The Standard-Vacuum Oil Com- ⠀

pany carrying on business as Oil Producers and Mer- chants at Union Building, Hong Kong and elsewhere.

11th March, 1954.

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470 of 1939.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 321.-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 15th day of April, 1940, 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.

9th March, 1940.

467 of 1939.

Com-

10th March, 1940.

468 of 1939.

Nos. 140 & 141 of 1926. The Bradford Dyers' Association, Limited, of 39, Well Street, Bradford, York- shire, England.

No. 152 of 1926.

The

Brunswick-Balke-Collender

pany, 623-633, South Wabash Avenue, Chicago, State of Illinois, United States of America.

Kai Lap Hin of No. 124, Wing Lok Street, Victoria in the Colony of Hong Kong.

No. 221 of 1926.

Nos. 153 of 1926 & 190 of 1928.

The Brunswick-Balke-Collender

No. 100 of 1912.

pany, 623-633, South Wabash Avenue, Chicago, State of Illinois, United States of America.

Saul D. Modiano, carrying on business as Manufacturers, at Via dei Leo No. 6, Trieste, Italy.

15th March, 1940.

10th March, 1940.

469 of 1939.

Com-

11th March, 1940.

471 of 1939.

15th March, 1940.

472 of 1939.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 322.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 28 of 1917. (FERRIES).

In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 5 of the Ferries Ordinance, 1917, the ferry named hereunder is excluded from the operation of that Ordinance so long as-

(1) No exclusive and conflicting licence is granted under the said Ordinance; and

(2) only one launch or motor boat is employed by the person named in the service; and

(3) no goods except passengers' personal luggage are carried; and

(4) the ferry adheres to a schedule approved by the Harbour Master; and

(5) all directions given by the Harbour Master as to terminal and intermediate (if any) places or ports of call are complied with; and

(6) only vessels licensed and approved for the purpose by the Harbour Master are employed; and provided that there shall be a deduction from the number of passengers carried, if any of the space measured for passengers accommodation is occupied by the passengers baggage, in accordance with regulation 18 of Table E of the Regulations under the Mer- chant Shipping Ordinance, 1889; and

(7) the fares and charges at any time taken and made are approved by the Harbour Master.

Excluded Ferry.

The ferry of Lum Sun plying between Sai Kung and Pak Tam Chung, near Wong Nai Chau, being an extension to his ferry between Kwo Lo Wan and Sai Kung referred to in G.N. No. 892 of the Government Gazette of the 6th October, 1939.

T. MEGARRY,

18th March, 1940.

Clerk of Councils.

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APPOINTMENTS, &c.

415

  No. 323. His Excellency the Governor has approved the relinquishment by Acting Sub-Lieutenant ALFRED BRIAN PALMER of his commission in the Hong Kong Naval Volunteer Force, as from 12th February, 1940.

20th March, 1940.

  No. 324 His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under section 9 of the regulations of the Hong Kong Naval Volunteer Force, to make the following appointment in the Hong Kong Naval Volunteer Force :---

To be Acting Lieutenant.

GUILDFORD CHARLES DUDLEY, Esquire, with effect from 23rd February, 1940.

20th March, 1940.

  No. 325.-The King's Exequatur empowering Don GONZALO SEBASTIAN DE ERICE Y O'SHEA to act as Consul for Spain at Bombay, with jurisdiction in Hong Kong has received His Majesty's signature.

20th March, 1940.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S Department.

  No. 326.-It is hereby notified that Mr. JouN WHYATT, Crown Counsel, has been authorized with effect from the 14th day of March, 1940, to conduct Prize proceedings on behalf of the Crown within the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of Hong Kong in Prize.

15th March, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

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No. 327.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 25 of 1914. (TRADING WITH THE ENEMY).

The Trading with the Enemy (Specified Persons) (Amendment) (No. 4) Crder, 1940.

His Excellency the Governor, with the prior approval of the Secretary of State, in pursuance of the powers conferred on him by sub-section (2) of section 3 of the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance, 1914, as amended by regulation 2 of the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance, 1914, Amend- ment Regulations, 1939, and of all other powers enabling him in that behalf, hereby orders as follows:-

1. The Schedule to the Trading with the Enemy (Specified Persons) (Amendment) (No. 2) Order, 1940, as varied by the Trading with the Enemy (Specified Persons) (Amendment) (No. 3) Order, 1940. shall be further varied by inserting the names and addresses specified in the Schedule to this Order.

2. This Order may be cited as the Trading with the Enemy (Specified Persons) (Amendment) (No. 4) Order,

1940.

Published by His Excellency's Command,

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

Dated this 16th day of March, 1940.

SCHEDULE.

Agrícola de Turrialba, Compania, San José, Costa Rica.

Clever y Lassman, Av. Uruguay 44, Mexico City, Mexico.

de Bary H., Albert & Co. N.V. Handel-Maatschappij. 448-454.

Heerengracht, Amsterdam C. Holland.

"Forinvent Gesellschaft für auswärtige Anlagen und Erfindungen

A.G.. 1, Aeschenvorstadt, Basle, Switzerland.

Hauzeur-Gerard Fils, 19, Rue Fernand Houget, Verviers. Belgium.

Knorr-Nahrmittel A.G.. Thayngen, Switzerland.

Lind, E. Th. Scheepvaartbedrijf, Leuvehaven 80B, Rotterdam,

Holland.

Macris, Aristoteles. Stadium St. 45, Athens, Greece.

Ramirez de Arellano & Cia., Vera Cruz, Mexico.

Rohde et Cie Matthias, 9, Ruc des XII Mois, Antwerp, Belgium. Skandinavisk Telegrambureau, Sortedamsdossering 29, Copenhagen,

Denmark.

Verzekering Maatschappij Van 1926 N.V., 384, Heerengracht, Amster-

dam, Holland.

Von Kleve, Kurt, Diamantidou 72, Athens, and Mierassiaton 43, Volo,

Greece.

Wittkop & Co., Beckenried, Switzerland.

Zurstrassen, P. J., et Fils, Rue du Palais, Verviers, Belgium.

Zurstrassen, Wm. (S.P.R.L.), 5, Rue Xhavee, Verviers, Belgium.

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No. 328.

Hong Kong.

In exercise of the powers conferred on him by the Emergency Powers (Defence) Act, 1939, as extended to the Colony by the Emergency Powers (Colonial Defence) Order in Council, 1939, and of all other powers enabling him in that behalf, and subject to the provisions of section 12 of the Interpretation Ordinance. 1911, as to the effect of repeals, the Governor repeals the Defence (Finance) Regulations, 1939, published as Notification No. 758 in the Gazette Extra- ordinary No. 49 of the 8th September, 1939, as subsequently amended by Notification No. 800 in the Gazette No. 51 of the 15th September, 1939, by Notification No. 856 in the Gazette Extraordinary No. 59 of the 25th September, 1939, and by Notification No. 911 in the Gazette Extraordinary No. 65 of the 9th October, 1939, and makes in substitution there- for the following:---

Defence (Finance) Regulations, 1940.

on purchase,

1.-(1) Except with permission granted by or on behalf Restriction of the Governor, no person other than an authorized dealer sale and shall, in the Colony, buy or borrow any foreign currency or any gold from, or lend or sell any foreign currency or any currency gold to, any person not being an authorized dealer :

Provided (a) that nothing in this regulation shall prevent the exchange of foreign coin and notes by licensed money- changers in the lawful pursuance of their ordinary trade; and (6) that any Chinese native bank registered as such for the purpose of this regulation with the Financial Secretary, may, notwithstanding that it is not an authorized dealer in foreign exchange, sell Chinese currency and remit money to China subject to such limits and on such conditions as the Governor or a person designated by him may direct.

(2) In this regulation, the expression "authorized dealer"

means, in relation to any transaction in respect of gold, a person authorized by or on behalf of the Governor to deal in geld, or, in relation to any transaction in respect of foreign currency, a person authorized by or on behalf of the Governor to deal in foreign currency.

loans of foreign

and gold.

on export

2. (1) Subject to any exemptions which may be granted Restriction by order of the Governor, no person shall, except with per- rency, mission granted by or on behalf of the Governor-

gold and securities.

(a) take or send out of the Colony any bank notes, cur- etc. rency notes, gold, securities or foreign currency, or transfer any securities from the Colony or elsewhere; or

(b) transfer any security from a register in the Colony to a register outside the Colony, or to do any act which is calculated to secure, or forms part of a series of acts which together are calculated to secure, the substitution, for any security which is either in or registered in the Colony, of a security which is either outside or registered outside the Colony; or

(e) draw, issue or negotiate any bill of exchange or promissory note, transfer any security or acknowledge any debt, so that a right (whether actual or contingent) to receive

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a payment in the Colony is created or transferred in favour of a person who is resident outside the Colony, or make any payment to any such person; or

(d) draw or negotiate any bill of exchange or promissory note, transfer any security or acknowledge any debt, so that a right (whether actual or contingent) to receive a payment in the Colony or in the United Kingdom is created or trans- ferred as consideration-

(i) for receiving a payment, or acquiring property out- side the Colony or in the United Kingdom; or

(ii) for a right (whether actual or contingent) to receive. a payment, or acquire property, outside the Colony or the United Kingdom,

or make any payment as such consideration, and the Governor or a person designated by him may impose such restrictions on the making of payments and the doing of any other acts by bankers or brokers in the course of their business as appear to the Governor to be necessary or expedient for the purpose of securing the due enforcement of sub-paragraphs (e) and (d) of this paragraph:

Provided that the provisions of this paragraph shall not apply to any securities if the Governor or a person designated by him is satisfied that all the persons interested in such securities, other than persons interested merely as trustees or merely by virtue of any mortgage, pledge or charge created before the eighth day of September, 1939, but including any persons beneficially interested in the securities under a trust, are not British subjects.

(2) The preceding paragraph shall not restrict the doing of anything, within the scope of his authority, by a person authorized by or on behalf of the Governor to deal in foreign exchange, and shall not restrict the doing of anything which is certified by or on behalf of the Governor to be necessary for the purpose-

(a) of meeting the reasonable requirements of a trade or business carried on in the Colony; or

(b) of performing a contract made before the third day of September, 1939; or

(e) of defraying reasonable travelling or other personal expenses.

(3) Any person who on any occasion is about to leave the Colony (which person is hereafter in this paragraph referred to as "the traveller") shall, if requested so to do by the appropriate officer--

(a) declare whether or not he has with him any bank notes, postal orders, gold, securities or foreign currency;

(b) produce any bank notes, postal orders, gold, securities or foreign currency which he has with him,

and the appropriate officer and any person acting under his directions may search the traveller and examine or search any article which the traveller has with him, for the purpose of ascertaining whether he has with him any bank notes, postal orders, gold, securities or foreign currency, and may seize any bank notes, postal orders, gold, securities or foreign currency produced or found upon such examination or search unless either-

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(i) the appropriate officer is satisfied that the traveller is, in respect of any bank notes, postal orders, gold, securities or foreign currency which he has with him on the said occasion, exempt from the restriction imposed on him by paragraph (1) of this regulation; or

(ii) the traveller preduces to the appropriate officer such a certificate granted by or on behalf of the Governor as shows that the exportation by the traveller of any bank notes, postal orders, gold, securities or foreign currency which he has with him on the said occasion does not involve a contravention of this paragraph:

Provided that no female shall be searched in pursuance of this paragraph except by a female.

(4) As respects any goods, being goods consigned from the Colony to a destination which is outside the Colony, the appro- priate officer and any person acting under his directions may examine or search the goods for the purpose of ascertaining whether there are being sent therewith any bank notes, postal orders, gold, securities or foreign currency, and may seize any bank notes, postal orders, gold, securities or foreign currency found upon such examination or search unless there appears to the appropriate officer to have been granted by or on behalf of the Governor a certificate which shows that the sending as aforesaid of the bank notes, postal orders, gold, securities or foreign currency does not involve a con- travention of paragraph (1) of this regulation.

(5) For the purposes of this regulation-

(a) any bills of exchange or promissory notes payable otherwise than in sterling shall be deemed to be foreign. currency;

(b) the expression "transfer includes transfer by way of loan or security, and a person shall be deemed to transfer securities from the Colony elsewhere if he transfers securities from a register in the Colony to a register outside the Colony; and

(c) the expression "the appropriate officer" means any revenue officer, any constable or any person authorized by the Colonial Secretary to act under paragraphs (3) and (4) of this regulation;

and for the purposes of so much of paragraph (1) of this regulation as restricts the taking or sending of securities out of the Colony, documents of title relating to securities shall be deemed to be securities, and references to securities in paragraphs (3) and (4) of this regulation shall be construed as including references to such documents of title as afore- said.

3. Every person resident in the Colony who is or here- after becomes entitled to sell or to procure the sale of any gold shall offer that gold, or cause it to be offered, for sale to the Government of Hong Kong or to a person designated by the Governor for the purposes of this regulation, at such price as may be determined by or on behalf of the Governor :

Provided that the preceding provisions of this regulation shall not impose upon any person an obligation to offer any gold for sale or cause any gold to be offered for sale, if-

(a) he satisfies the Governor or a person so designated-

Acquisition ment of gold coin and

by Govern-

bullion.

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Restrictions on British subjects charging securities.

(i) that all the persons interested in that gold, other than persons interested therein merely as trustees or merely by virtue of any mortgage, pledge or charge created before the third day of September, 1939, but including any persons beneficially interested in the gold under a trust, are not resident in the Colony; or

(ii) that the gold is required for the purpose of perform- ing a contract made before the said day; or

(iii) that the gold is held for the purpose of meeting the reasonable requirements of a trade or business carried on in the Colony otherwise than by way of dealing in gold; or

(iv) that the gold has been imported into the Colony with a view to re-exportation in pursuance of a regular trade in gold; or

(b) he is, in respect of that gold, exempted from this Regulation by the Governor or by a person so designated.

4.-(1) The Governor may by order direct--

(a) that, subject to any exemptions for which provision may be made by the order, no British subject shall, except with permission granted by or on behalf of the Governor, sell, transfer, or do anything which involves the creation of a charge on securities owned by him of any such class as may be specified in the order, being a class of securities which, in the opinion of the Governor, is likely to be marketable outside the Colony; and

(b) that any British subject who is the owner of any securities of the said class shall, in such manner and within. such period as may be specified in the order, make a return to the Governor or a person or corporation designated by the Governor for that purpose giving such particulars with respect to those securities as may be so specified.

For the purposes of this regulation a person who mortgages or pledges a security shall be deemed thereby to create a charge on the security.

(2) At any time while an order made under the preceding paragraph with respect to securities of any class is in force. the Governor, if he is of opinion that it is expedient so to do, may, by an order made generally with respect to any specified securities of that class, or by directions given with respect to any securities of that class of which any particular person is the owner, transfer to the Commissioners for the time being of His Majesty's Treasury in the United Kingdom, the securities to which the order or directions relates or relate at a price which, in the opinion of the Governor, is not less than the market value, at the London official rate of exchange, of the securities on the date of the making of the order or the giving of the directions. Such price shall be specified in an order or direction made or given not later than five days after the date of the order or direction by which the securities were transferred.

(3) Where any order is made, or any directions are given, under the last preceding paragraph, with respect to any securities-

(a) those securities shall forthwith vest in the said Com- missioners free from any mortgage, pledge or charge and the said Commissioners may deal with the securities as they think fit:

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(b) the owner of any of those securities, and any person who is responsible for keeping any register or book in which any of those securities is registered or inscribed or who is otherwise concerned with the registration or inscription of those securities, shall do all such things as are necessary or as the Governor or a person designated by the Governor for the purposes of this regulation may direct to be done for the purpose of securing that the security and any document of title relating thereto will be delivered and, if required, registered or inscribed as directed.

(4) The duty to deliver any security under the last pre- ceding paragraph shall include a duty to do all such things as are necessary to secure that any dividends or interest on that security becoming payable on or after the date of the making of the order or the giving of the directions will be paid as directed; and where, in the case of any security pay- able to bearer which is delivered in pursuance of the said paragraph. any coupons representing any such dividends or interest are not delivered with the security, such reduction in the price payable therefor shall be made as the Governor thinks fit:

Provided that, where the price specified in the order or directions in relation to any securities is ex any dividend or ex any interest, this paragraph shall not apply to that dividend or interest or to any coupon representing it.

(5) A certificate signed by any person authorized in that behalf by the Governor that any specified securities are Scenrities transferred to the said Commissioners under this regulation shall be treated by all persons responsible for keeping any registers or books in which the securities are registered or inscribed, or who are otherwise concerned with the registration or inscription of those securities, as conclusive evidence that the securities have been so transferred.

(6) This regulation shall not apply to any security if the Governor or a person designated by the Governor for the purposes of this regulation is satisfied that at all times since the beginning of the twenty-sixth day of August, 1939, all the persons interested in the security, other than persons interested therein merely as trustees or merely by virtue of any mortgage, pledge or charge created before the said day, but including any persons beneficially interested therein under a trust, were not resident in the Colony.

(7) Where, by virtue of sub-paragraph (a) of paragraph (3) of this regulation, any security has become vested in the said Commissioners, then, if at any time before the steps required by sub-paragraph (b) of that paragraph to be taken in relation to that security have been taken, the said Commis- sioners have made a declaration divesting themselves of the security, the order or directions in consequence of which the security so became vested in them shall be deemed, for all purposes, not to have been made or given with respect to that security.

(8) For the purposes of this regulation, the expression "security" includes a deposit receipt in respect of the deposit of securities.

Acquisition

ment of

5.-(1) Every British subject resident in the Colony who is, or hereafter becomes, entitled to sell or to procure the by Govern- sale of any foreign currency to which this regulation applies shall offer it, or cause it to be offered, for sale to the Govern- currencies.

certain

foreign

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ment, or to a person designated by the Governor for the purposes of this regulation, at such price as may be deter- mined by or on behalf of the Governor.

(2) Where a person has become bound under the preced- ing paragraph to offer, or cause to be offered, any foreign currency for sale, and has not done so, the Governor may direct that that curreney shall vest in the Colonial Treasurer Incorporated and it shall so vest accordingly free from any mortgage. pledge or charge, and the Colonial Treasurer Incorporated shall pay to the person who would but for the direction be entitled to possession of the currency such price in respect thereof as may be determined by or on behalf of the Governor.

(3) Every British subject resident in the Colony who is, or beinafter becomes, entitled to assign, or to procure the assignment of, any right to receive outside the Colony or the United Kingdom, in respect of any credit or balance at a bank, paymem of any amount in a foreign currency to which this regnimion applies, shell, unless the Governor or a person designated by the Governor for the purposes of this regula- tion gives him notice to the contrary, do all things necessary for the purpose of assigning that right to the Government or to a person so designated.

The sum payable as consideration for any assignment made in accordance with this paragraph shall be such as may be determined by or on behalf of the Governor.

(4) The preceding provisions of this regulation shall not impose upon any person an oldigation in respect of any currency or right to receive payment of any amount, if

(4) he satisfies the Governor or a person designated by the Governor for the purposes of this regulation that all the persons interested in that currency, other than persons ted therein merely as trustees or merely by virtue of any mortgage, pledge or charge created before the third day of September, 1939, but including any persons beneficially interested in the currency under #1 trust. are not British subjects, or

(b) he satisfies the Governor or a person so designated that the currency or amount, as the case may be, is held or is required for the purpose--

of performing a contract made before the third day of September. 1939; or

(ii) of meeting the reasonable requirements of a trade or business carried on in the Colony otherwise than by way of dealing in foreign exchange: or

(ii) of defraying reasonable travelling or other personal expenses; or

(e) he is, in respect of that currency or right, as the case may be, exempted from this regulation by the Governor or by a person so designated.

(5) The foreign currency to which this regulation applies is United States dollars. Canadian dollars, Belgas. Swiss franes. Guilders, Argentine pesos. Swedish kronor. Norwegian kroner or such other foreign currency as may from time to time be designated by the Governor for the purposes of this regulation by notice published in the Gazette.

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to furnish

6. Without prejudice to any special provision contained Directions in these Regulations the Governor or a person designated by information, the Governor for the purposes of this regulation may, for ete. the purpose of securing compliance with these Regulations, give to any person directions requiring him, within such time. in such manner and to such persons as may be specified in the directions, to furnish such information as may be specified and to produce for inspection any relevant books. accounts or other documents.

SO

exempt

7.-(1) Without prejudice to any power conferred by General any of these Regulations, the Governor, by an order made by power to him generally with respect to any description of securities or securities. by a certificate given by him or on his behalf with respect to any partienlar securities, my exempt the securities to which the order or certificato relates from the provisions of all or any of these Regulations.

(2) An order or certificate under the preceding paragraph shall be deemed to relate not only to the securities specified in the order or certificate but also to any security to which the owner of securities s specified may become or has become entitled as such, either by way of bonus or in conscience of

any conversion operation, amalgamation or reconstruction.

(3) Nothing in any order under paragraph (1) or para- graph (2) or in paragraph (3) of regulation of these Regulations and nothing in regulation 2 of these Regulations shall apply in relation to any security to which an order or certificate under this regulation relates, and nothing in regulation 5 shall apply in relation to any amount of currency which an owner of any such security has become entitled as such to receive.

(4) For the purposes of this regulation, the expression "security" includes a deposit receipt in respect of the deposit

of securities.

any Exemption

from stamp

8. (1) Stamp duty shall not be chargeable on any security by reason only of the assignment, transfer or nego- duty. tiation thereof to the Commissioners for the time being of His Majesty's Treasury in the United Kingdom or to the Colonial Treasurer Incorporated, and shall not be chargeable--

(a) on any instrument whereby any security is assigned or transferred to the Commissioners or the Colonial Treasurer Incorporated (whether on sale or otherwise), or

(b) on any contract note for, or relating to, any sale of securities to the Commissioners or the Colonial Treasurer Incorporated.

(2) This regulation applies only in relation to assign- ments transfers, negotiations or sales of securities effected during the continuation in force of this regulation, whether in compliance with these Regulations or otherwise.

contract note

(3) In this regulation the expression has the meaning assigned to the expression "share contract note" in section 3 (28) of the Stamp Ordinance, 1921.

of Defence

9. The provisions of the Defence Regulations of the Application Colony for the time being in force shall apply for the purpose Regulations of the enforcement of these Regulations, and otherwise in of the

                                        Colony. relation thereto, as if any reference in those Regulations included a reference to these Regulations.

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Provision

as to pay- ments.

Interpreta- tion.

Short title.

10. Nothing in the preceding provisions of these Regulations relating to the payment of any price shall be considered as requiring payment of that price otherwise than in sterling or in Hong Kong currency, or otherwise than in the Colony.

11. In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires, the following expressions have the meaning hereby respectively assigned to them, that is to say--

bank notes

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and Currency notes mean respective- ly bank notes and currency notes which are legal tender in the British Empire or in any part thereof;

"British subject includes every person who is a British subject within the meaning of the British Nationality and Status of Aliens Acts, 1914 to 1933, and also every corporation or company incorporated in the British Empire by or under any Charter or Enactment:

Fold means gold coins or gold bullion:

in relation to any security, includes any person who has power to sell or transfer a security, or who has the custody thereof, or who receives, whether on his own behalf or on behalf of any other person, dividends or interest thereon, or who has any other interest therein.

"security includes shares, stock, bonds, notes, deben- tures, debenture stock and Treasury bills, but does not include a bill of exchange or, save as otherwise expressly provided,

promissory note or a deposit receipt.

12. These Regulations may be cited as the Defence (Finance) Regulations, 1940.

Pablished by His Excellency's Command,

21st March. 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

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No. 329.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 25 of 1914. (TRADING WITH THE ENEMY).

TRANSFER OF SECURITIES TO ENEMY SUBJECTS.

Licence, dated March 19th, 1940, issued by His Excellency the Governor under section 7 of the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance, 1914.

His Excellency the Governor in pursuance of the powers conferred upon him by section 7 of the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance, 1914, and of all other powers enabling him in that behalf, hereby sanctions the allotment or transfer to, or for the benefit of, enemy subjects resident in Palestine of securities to which the said section applies, being securities issued by a company within the meaning of the Companies Ordinance, 1932.

Published by His Excellency's Command,

No. 330.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

Dated this 19th day of March, 1940.

COMPULSORY SERVICE ORDINANCE, 1939,

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939.

The following persons, of ages from 18 to 40 years inclusive, shall, as from the date of publication of this list, be deemed to have been enrolled in, and to belong to, the Hong Kong Defence Reserve:--

Cunningham, Patrick Henry

B.

Hackett, Edward William Ronald .... B.

Hopkinson, Edward Victor

Dated the 20th day of March, 1940.

B.

By Order,

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

B. Key-Posts Group.

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No. 331.

COMPULSORY SERVICE ORDINANCE, 1939,

ORDINANCE No. 32 of 1939.

The following persons, of ages from 41 to 54 years inclusive, shall, as from the date of publication of this list, be deemed to have been enrolled in, and to belong to, the Hong Kong Defence Reserve :-

Bell, Robert Sidney

Clarke, Albert Edward

Lanchester, John

May, George Thomas

Meffan. Henry Alexander

Dated the 20th day of March, 1940.

By Order,

B.

B.

B.

C.

B.

=

B. Key-Posts Group.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

C. General Group for Essential Services.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

  No. 332. It is hereby notified that Government Notification No. 311, published in the Gazette of 15th March, 1949, is amended by the substitution of the words "29th March, 1940" for the words "9th March, 1940".

16th March, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

  No. 333.-It is hereby notified that Government Notification No. S. 119, published in the Gazette of 8th March, 1940, is amended by the substitution of the words. "Messrs. Kin Lee & Co." for the words "Messrs. Kwok Soon & Co.".

26th March, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

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427

No. 334.

IMPORTS AND EXPORTS DEPARTMENT.

DANGEROUS DRUGS ORDINANCE, 1935.

WITHDRAWAL OF AUTHORITY.

(Shigemitsu Muramoto).

WHEREAS SHIGEMITSU MURAMOTO of 89, Hennessy Road, Victoria in the Colony of Hong Kong, being a person who lawfully keeps open shop for the retailing of poisons in accordance with the provisions of the Pharmacy and Poisons Ordinance, 1935, has been convicted of an offence against the Dangerous Drugs Ordinance:

AND WHEREAS the said Shigemitsu Muramoto cannot, in my opinion, properly be allowed to carry on the business of manufacturing or selling or distributing any of the drugs to which the Dangerous Drugs Ordinance, 1935, applies:

NOW, THEREFORE, in pursuance of the powers conferred on me by Regulation No. 14 of the Regulations made under the provisions of the Dangerous Drugs Ordinance, 1935, I hereby give notice that I withdraw, as from to-day's date, from the said Shigemitsu Muramoto the authority granted by the said Regulations to the person who lawfully keeps open shop for the retailing of poisons to manufacture at the shop in the ordinary course of his retail business any preparation, admixture or extract of any drug to which the said Dangerous Drugs Ordinance applies or to carry on at the shop the business of retailing, dispensing or compounding any of the drugs to which the said Dangerous Drugs Ordinance applies.

E. W. HAMILTON, Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

No. 335

20th March, 1940.

Hong Kong.

ORDINANCE No. 10 of 1899. (MERCHANT SHIPPING).

In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 39 (17) and (18) of the Merchant Shipping Ordinance No. 10 of 1899, it is hereby notified that launches, motor boats, junks and other native craft are prohibited from approaching nearer than one hundred yards to any part of His Majesty's dock- yards at Hong Kong and Kowloon between sunset and sunrise.

G. F. HOLE,

Harbour Master.

20th March, 1910.

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No. 336.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

It is hereby notified pursuant to section 5 of the Hop Yat Tong Church of Christ Hong Kong Incorporation Ordin- ance No. 19 of 1931 that Mr. NGAN SHING KWAN of No. 64 Kennedy Road, Managing Director of the China Motor Bus Company Limited has furnished satisfactory evidence to the Governor of his appointment on the 3rd day of March, 1940, as Trustee of the said church in the place of Mr. Fung In Cheung.

No. 337.

21st March, 1940.

N. L. SMITH,

Colonial Secretary.

Order.

I, WILLIAM JAMES CARRIE, Controller of Food, by virtue. and in exercise of the powers vested in me by the Defence Regulations, 1939, with the consent of His Excellency the Governor, hereby make the following order :-

The standard price for the following article of food shall, until further notice, be as follows:-

Brand.

Standard Price.

$ c.

Rolled Oats and Oatmeal.

Oatmeal in tins, C. & B., 2 lbs. ...

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1.37 per tin.

W. J. CARRIE,

Controller of Food.

21st March, 1940.

NOTE. The above order amends the standard price fixed by Government Notification No. 258 in the Gazette of the 1st March, 1940, for the article of food

mentioned.

SUPREME COURT.

No. 338.-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. The Easter Vacation begins on the 22nd day of March, 1940, and terminates on the 28th day of March, 1940, (both days inclusive).

L. R. ANDREWES,

19th March, 1940.

Registrar.

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No. 339.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY, Hong Kong.

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C. W. JEFFRIES,

Director.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY,

Sunrise and Sunset in Hong Kong for April, 1940.

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

DATE.

SUNRISE.

SUNSET.

DATE.

SUNRISE.

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SUNSET.

h. m.

h. m.

h. m.

April

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21st March, 1940.

C. W. JEFFRIES,

Director.

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430

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 21, 1940.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 341.--It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909, and Government Notification No. 935 dated 12th October, 1939 :-

Number of

Date of Registration.

Name and Address of Owner.

Marks.

Date of Expiration of Renewal.

Classes in which registered.

File

No.

Nos. 242-244 of

1926.

18th March, 1926.

21st March, 1940.

Mercedes Buromaschinen-Merke Aktiengesellschaft at Zella- Mehlis Thur, Germany.

18th March,

1954.

6, 8 & 6

247

respectively. of 1939.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 342. 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.

Date of Expiration of Renewal.

Classes in which registered.

File Nos.

No. 208 of 1926.

18th March,

1926.

The

Wing On Company, Limited, at Nos. 207-225,

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

No. 142 of 1926.

do.

do.

No. 147 of 1926.

do.

No. 128 of 1926.

do.

21st March, 1940.

Eli Lilly & Company of 224 East McCarty Street, India- napolis, State of Indiana, United States of America.

The Tai Sang Soy Factory at No. 1219, Coronation Road, Mongkok-Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

18th March.

1954.

38

476 of 1939.

do.

38

do.

477 of 1939.

475 of 1939.

do.

42

474 of 1939.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 21, 1940.

431

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 343.-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 22nd day of April, 1940, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before that date:-

Number of Trade Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietor.

Date of Expiration of

Registration.

File

No.

No. 64 of 1912.

21st March, 1940.

The Willys-Overland Company, No. 1000 Central Avenue, Toledo in the County of Lucas, and State of Ohio. United States of America.

18th March, 1940.

473

of 1939.

J. B. PRENTIS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

434

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 29, 1940.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 344.

HONG KONG

TO WIT.

NAME IN FULL.

HONG KONG.

JURY ORDINANCE, No. 6 of 1887.

JURORS LIST FOR 1940.

I. SPECIAL JURORS.

UFCUPATION.

ADDRESS.

K

Alexander, Tom Graham

Spottiswood

Manager, Mackinnon, Mackenzie & Co... On premises,

* Archbutt, Geoffrey Samuel. Fire Insurance Manager. Union

Auyang Manly Bellamy, Leonard Charles

   Fenton..... Benson, Donovan Biggar, David MacDonald... Bitting, Samuel Tilden...

* Black, Colin Charteris

Braga, Noel

Brown, Charles Bernard Butlin, Strathmore Tatham. Camidge, Reginald Albert..

*Cassidy, Philip Stanley

Champkin, Cyril... Chan, Kenneth

* Chau Chiu-ng

Cheng Shou Jen. Choa Po-yew

Churn, Samuel Macomber.. Clark, Douglas Edward.. Cock, Edward......................... Compton, Albert Henry Croucher, Noel Victor Amor Drummond, David Dunbar, Lambert Eager, Öscar

Edgar, Aubrey Jacob Edmondston, David Charles, Figueiredo, Guilherme de... Finuic, John

Fleming, John Geare, Iltyd Henry

Gee, Charles Mcqueen

Insurance Society of Canton, Ed Manger, Bank of Kwangtung

General Manger, H.K. Tramways, Ld... Manager, Mercantile Bank of India, Lal.......... Manager. Chase Bank.

Manager, National City Bank of New

York

Manager, Furness (Far East), Ld. Secretary, China Light & Power Co., Ld.. Chartered Accountant, Linstead & Davis, Chartered Accountant. Linstead & Davis. Manager, Chartered Bank of India,

Australia & China

Merchant, John D. Hutchison & Co. Exchange Broker............

Managing Director. Gande Price & Co.,

Ld.

Compradore, Bank Belge pour l'Etranger

d'Extreme Orient. Soriete Anonime... Bank of China, Ld. Compradore, Netherlands India.

Commercial Bank Union Trading Co., Lał.

Merchant, J. D. Humphreys & Sou II.K. & Whampoa Dock Co., Lil. Manager, David Sassoon & Co., Lal................. Stock Broker, Chartered Bank Building... Manager, Canadian Pacific S.S., Lal. Flour Broker, Dunbar & Co. Secretary, H.K, Land Investment &

Agency Co., Ld....... Broker, Ellis & Edgar Banker, H.K. & Shanghai Bank Engineer, Siemens China Co.............. Manager, Taikoo Dockyard &

Engineering Co. of Hong Kong Lowe, Bingham & Matthews Assistant General Manager, Standard-

Vacuum Oil Co................ Manager, National Aniline & Chemical

Co.

101 The Peak.

91 Caine Road, Let Boop,

338 The Peak. 302 The Peak. Woodbury, Pokfulam,

408 The Peak. Honkong Chub.

22 Braga Cirenit, Kowloon, 176 The Peak. 506 The Peak.

17 Peak Road.

30 The Peak. Hongkong Club,

57 Cumberland Rd., Kowloon Tong.

37 Robinson Read.

On premises.

19 Seymour Road.

53 Conduit Road,

9 Aigburth Hall, May Road. On premises.

Longridge, Repulse Bay Road. P. & O. Building. 362 The Peak. 2 May Road.

5 Bowen Road.

1 Daddell Street. 356 The Peak.

3 Tak Shing Street, Kowloon.

On premises. 293 The Peak.

3

Peninsula Hotel,

Gloucester Hotel.

1

Exempted for limited periods.

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 29, 1940.

NAME IN FULL.

OCCUPATION.

ADDRESS.

435

Gillespie, Ronald Dare

Hall, Frederick Charles Hills. Herbert Stuart Ho Sai Wing

Hughes, Arthur William

*Kadoorie, Lawrence *Kan Tong-po

Landale, David Fortune..

Lee Tao-nan Li Koon-chun

* Li Tse-fong,

Lo. Horace

Lo Man-hin

Lo Yuk-tong

Lock, Walter Heathcote Macgregor, John Farrar

* Mackichan, Alexander

Somerled

Manners, Charles Manners.

* Munton, Douglas William...

Ngan Shing-kwan

*Noronha, José Maria

*

Ormiston, James Pearce, Thomas Ernest.... Pentreath, George Artis Perrin, Norman James Phillips, Alexander Roy

Henderson

Priestley, Horace Hugh

Hepworth

* Raymond, Albert

Raymond, Edward Maurice

Remedios, Fernando

Eduardo d'Almada

Ritchie, Archibald

Managing Director, Imperial Chemical

Industries (China), Ld.

Underwriter, Jardine. Matheson & Co., Ld Exchange Broker, Layton & Co. Compradore, II.K. & Shanghai Bank Manager, Union Insurance Society of

Canton, Ld.

Financier, Sir Elly Kadoorie A Bank of East Asia, Ld.

SOUS......

Chu premises. 507 The Feak. 29 The Peak. 62 Bonham Road.

464 The Peak. Peninsula Hotel. On premises

On premises.

Merchant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld. 117 The Peak. Manager, Bank of Communications Proprietor, Wo Fat Shing Shipping Co... Bank of East Asia, Ld.

Compradore, Jardine, Matheson & Co.,

Ld.

Compradore, Jardine, Matheson & Co.,

LJ.

Managing Director, Bakilly & Co., Ld.... Manager, Butterfield & Swire

Manager, Caidbeek, Maggregor &

Co., Lal.

Leigh & Orange

Manager, H.K. & Kowloon Wharf &

Godown Co., Ld.

Manager, China Light & Power Co., Ld... Managing Director, China Motor Bus

Co., L

Secretary, Credit Foncier d'Extreme

Orient

Manager, Reiss, Bradley & Co., Ld. John D. Hutchison & Co. Manager, Pentreath & Co.

Manager, Thos. Cook & Son, Li,

*

Kennedy Road, On premises.

3 Norfolk Road, Kowloon Tong.

62 Conduit Road. 19 Kennedy Road. On premises.

On premises.

Ou premises.

20 Humphreys Building, Kowloon. Ellyridge, Homatin.

64 Kennedy Road.

27 Ashley Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong Club.

299 The Peak,

34 Dina House, Duddell Street. 162 The Peak.

Manager, Taikoo Sugar Refining Co., Lal. Cornhill, Quarry Bay.

Merchant, Gloucester Building Secretary, British War Organization Fund Financier-Director, St. John's Ambulance

Association.

Director, Union Trading Co., Ld. ................... Chartered Accountant, Lowe, Bingham

& Matthews

Roza, Alfred William da ... Manager, Messrs. Roza Bros.

Schultz, Henry Louis

Seth. John Hennessey * Shewan, Ian Winchester

Silva. Frederico Leoradio

da...

Silva, Renaldo Alberto da Sorby, Vincent Dare ........

Stanton, William Telling-

bast

Sturt, Herbert Rothsay Taggart, James Harper.... Tang Man-yan Tang Shiu-kin

Wilkinson, Harry Vaughan.; Williamson, Stuart Taylor... Wilson, Thomas Burlington. Wong Tak-kwong Wood, Gerald George Yung Tsze-ming

General Manager, Standard-Vaenum

Oil Co.

Incorporated Accountant Shewan, Tomes & Co....

Member Committee. II.K. Sharebrokers'

Association

Merchant, The Colonial Trading Co...... Electrical Engineer, H.K. Electric Co.,

Ld.

Exchange Broker.....

China Underwriters, Ld........... II.K. & Shanghai Hotels, Ld....... Manager, Bank of Canton Manager, Tang Tin Fuk Bank Partner, Mackinnon & Mackenzie Principal, Williamson & Co.

15 Macdonnell Road. R. B. L. 407.

Holland House, ist floor.

6 Pence Avonne, Homuntin.

180 The Penk.

33 Kadoorie Avenue, Kowloon,

Altadena, 4539 Barker Road, Repulse Bay Hotel.

A Aighburth Hall, May Road.

18 Chatham Road, Kowloon. 67 Kimberley Road. Kowloon,

253 The Peak.

Tien Phu Shen, Fauling, 3. Abermor Court, May Road. On premises.

74-76 Macdonnell Road. On premises.

On premises.

53 The Peak.

Manager, American President Lines, Ld.. 143 Waterloo Road. Kowloon.

Manager, Fung Tang Kee Co.... Leigh & Orange Retired

92 Kennedy Road,

On premises.

45 Robinson Road.

436

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 29, 1940.

II. COMMON JURORS.

NAME IN FULL.

OCCUPATION.

ADDRESS.

A

Abbas, Abbib

Abbas, Abdul Aziz Abbas, Yakub....

Abbott, Albert Stanley Abduleader, Amir Abdulrahman. Aziz Rauf.

Abesser, Peter

Abiong, Alfred Einest, Jr. Ablong, Alfred Ernest, St...

Ablong, Arthur John............. Abraham, Edgar Shooker.. Abraham, Ezra Abraham, Jon Macoyer

Abraham, Reuben Acconci, Oseo........

* Ackber, John

Adal, Mohammed Yaqub Adam, James

Adams. Josiah Logan Adams, William Balgowan

Adem, Mahomed Advani, Hashusing Awatsing Advani, Hiranand

Lekhraj Advani, Narain

Advani, Ramchand

Parsram

Agabeg, Leonardo Osean Agafuroff, Burhau......... Agafuroff, Iskander Agon, Carlos Manuel Ah Koong

Ah Loy-chang

* Ahwee, George Emanue!

Ahwee, Henry William.. Akers, Hartford Larne

Alabaster, James Wilfred

Alarakia, Ismail Mohamed.

Alarcon, Edward Matthew Alarcon, Francisco Maria...

Alexander, William Lodge.

Alferieff, Nicholas.

Clerk, Lowe, Bingham & Matthews Overseer. H.K. Electric Co., Ld. Godown Superintendent, Texas Co.,

(China), Ld........

Manager, Kelly & Walsh, Ld. Manager, Tyeh & Co................. Assistant, Union Insurance Society

of Canton, Ld.

Accountant, Connell Bros. Co. Clerk, Asiatic Petroleum Co., (S.C.) Ld. Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., (S.C.)

Ld.

Overseer, H.K. Electric Co., Ld. Exchange Broker, 10 Ice House Street. Broker, Tester & Abraham....... Foreman, Vibro Filing Co., Ltd.

Share Broker, Tester & Abraham Sculptor, A. Vannini & Co. Clerk, Insurance Co. of N. America Clerk, II.K. Electric Co., Ld................ Shipwright, II.K. & Whampoa Dock

Civil Engineer, Butterfield & Swire... Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard & Engineer-

ing Co. of H.K., L. Clerk, H.K. Electric Co., Lt..........

Clerk, Utoomal & Assudamal Co.

Clerk, Utoomal, & Assudamal Co. Clerk, Imperial Airways Far East, Ld...

Clerk, Utoomal & Assudamal Co. Clerk. Hong Kong Hotel Broker, S. E. Levy & Co. Broker, S. E. Levy & Co.

Clerk, Credit Foncier d'Extreme Orient. Clerk. Sworu Measurers' Office Typist, Marsman H.K, China, Ld.. Farm Superintendent, Ahwee Dairy

Delivery Superintendent, Ahwee Dairy. Manager, Palace Hotel

Assistant, Union Insurance Society

of Canton, Ld. Clerk, Chartered Bank of India,

Australia & China Clerk, Java-China-Japan Lijn Salesman, Andersen, Meyer & Co., Ld...

Chartered Accountant, Percy Smith,

Seth & Fleming.

Assistant, Arnhold & Co., Ld.

Alluwalia, Kashmira Singh. Salesman, Mamak & Co..........

Ali, Dawood

Ali, Taufik Bin

Allaye, Emmanuel

Allen, Douglas Geoffrey

Glimm

Allen, Lawrence David... Almeida, Bernabe Antonio Almeida, Carlos Eugene d'..

Clerk, Calif-Asia, Ld.

Clerk, II K. Electric Co., Ed..

25 Johnston Road.

456 King's Road, Ground floor.

21 Kai Tack Bund. On premises.

27 Wyndham Street.

On premises.

540 Nathan Road, Kowloon.

On premises.

On premises.

454 King's Road, 3rd floor.

99 Waterloo Road, Kowloon Tong. 55 Granville Road, Kowloon. 17 Hau Wong Road, 2nd floor,

Kowloon City.

38 Kimberley Road, Kowloon, 141 Electric Road.

17 Caroline Hill Road, 1st floor. 445 Hennessy Road, 3rd floor.

On premises. On premises.

Quarry Bay.

38 Tang Lung Street, 2nd floor.

19 Robinson Road, Top floor,

19 Robinson Road, Top floor. On premises.

19 Robinson Road, Top floor. 23 Mosque Street.

6 Village Road, 1st floor.

6 Village Road, 1st floor.

97 Taipo Road, 2nd floor. On promises.

452 Portland Street, Kowloon. c/o Kowloon Dairy Customs

Pass, Sai Kung Road.

Sai Kung Road.

10 Hillwood Road, 2nd floor,

Kowloon.

On premises.

8 Caine Road,

8 Salisbury Avenue, Kowloon.

S Salisbury Road, Ground floor,

Kowloon.

276 The Peak.

3-5 Kennedy Road.

38 Hankow Road, 2nd floor, K'loon. 47 Sharp Street East, Ground floor. 277 Lockhart Road, 3rd floor.

Assistant, Friesland Trading Co., Ld. 16 Cumberland Road, Kowloon

Analyst, Franklin Laboratory Clerk, Comptoir Anglo Continental, Ld.. Clerk, General Electric Co. of China, Ld. Manager. United Sales Association

Tong.

25 Blue Pool Road. 140a Kennedy Road.

332 Ma Tau Wei Rd., To Kwa Wan. 194 Prince Edward Road, Top floor,

Kowloon.

3

$

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 29, 1940.

NAME IN FULL.

OCCUPATION.

ADDRESS.

437

★-Continued.

Ahneidu, José Maria d'.............

Almeida, Julio Hyndman d'. Almeida, Patrick Edward d'.

Alongo. Dens-Dedit

Autonio Alvares, Alfred

Alvares, John Jacques Alvares, José Augusto

de Sousa

Alves, Alberto Maria Alves, Antonio Maria

Alves, Carlos Francisco

Xavier.

Alves, Darius Caesar

Selavisa

Alves, Eduardo

Alves, Edward Vincent Alves. Erasmus Ulysses

     Selavisa Alves, Frederick Danenberg

Alves, Henrique Alberto, Alves, José Lourenço Aman, George Heury Anderson. David

Anderson, George Anderson, George Thirkill.

Anderson, John Edgar

Anderson, John Frazer

Anderson. Old Sane

Acountant, Orient Tobacco Manu-

factory

Assistant, Standard-Vacnum Oil Co................. Assistant Engineer, China Light &

Power Co., Ld.

Assistant, Standard-Vacuum Oil Co....... Assistant Architect, Credit Foncier

d'Extreme Orient

Joint Manager, Central Radio Service

Clerk, China Light & Power Co., Ld.

Director, J. M. Alves & Co.. LA. Clerk. Nederlandsch Indische

Handelsbank, N. V.

Clerk, H.K, & Shanghai Bank

Assistant, Chism Underwriters. Ld. Director. J. M. Alves & Co., Ld. Clerk. Davie, Bong & Co., LL

Clerk, H.K. Elentric Co., Ld... Assistant Installation Engineer, Chian

Light & Power Co., Ld. Assistant, John D. Hutchison & Co.... Assistant, Reiss Bradley & Co., Ld. Ed. A. Keller & Co., La. Engineer. H.K. & Whampoa Dock

C. LA.

Marine Surveyor, Anderson & Ashe Shipbuilder. H.K. & Whampoa Dock

Director, Anderson Music Co., Ld. Engbeer. Taikoo Sugar Refining

Engineer, H.K. & Whamp a Dock

Co. Ll.

Andrews, Charles Frederick Assisiunt, Dairy Farm. Iee and Cold

Angeles, Godofredo San

Luis....

Angus, George lan

Storage Co.. I.

L..

Maintenance Engineer, China Light &

Power Co.. Lai.

Annis, Paul Eicher ....... Parts Manager, General Motors

Anson, Yao...

Antioquia, Jose Bunag

Antonio. José Ernesto

Antonio, Luiz Vietor.... Autonov, Mishael Basil Aquino, Alfredo Maria d'.....!

Aquino Damasco

Loureiro d

Aquino, Gaston d'

Aquino, José Goulartt d' Archer, Charles Perey....

China, Ld.

Secretary, Wing Ping Trading Co. Ltd. Assistant. H.K. & Whampoa Dock

Co., Lal.

Assistant, H.K. & Shanghai Bank,

Kowloon

Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank Manager. Ilford Ll.

Traffic Clerk, Imperial Airways (Far

East) Ld.

Clerk, Chartered Bank of India

Australia & China

Agent, West Coast Life Insurance Co.

of San Francisco...

Clerk, C. E. Warren & Co., Ll. Salesman. Bosco Radio Corporation...

552 Nathan Road, Kowloon. 11 Austin Avenne, Kowloon.

32 Tam Kung Road.

16 Observatory Road, Kowloon.

6 Gordon Terrace, Kowloon. 74 Waterloo Road, Kowloon.

15 Homuntin Street, 2nd floor,

Homuntin.

302 Prince Edward Road, Kowloon.

Tung Cheong Builling, Top floor,

Kowloom.

1 Emma Aventy. Hontin.

145 Waterloo Road, Kowloon Tong, 302 Prince Edward Road, Kowloon, 231 Nathan Road, Kowloon.

5 Grampian Road, Kowloon City.

23 Cameron Road, Kowloon.

115 Waterloo Road, Kowloon Tong. × Mosque Junction. On premises,

On premises.

3 Belfrun Road, Kowloon.

În premises.

17 Humphreys Building, Kowloon.

11 Braemar Terrace, Quarry Bay.

On premises.

74 Nathan Road, Kowloon.

On premises.

Block I, Staff Quarters, Hok Un.

Gloucester Hotel.

On premises.

Ou premises.

11-13 Han Wong Road, 2nd floor,

Kowloon City,

Peninsula Hotel.

16 Hart Avenne, Kowloon.

On premises.

18a Canton Villas, Kimberley

Road, Kowloon.

3 Salisbury Avenue, Kowloon. 5 United Terrace, Homuntin. 79A Wongneichong Road,

438

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 29, 1940.

NAME IN FULL.

OCCUPATION.

ADDRESS.

A-Continued.

Arculli, Obeidullah el, Jr.... Arculli, Omar el................ Arndt, Walter Ferdinand....

Arnold, George William

Aruulphy, Carlos Aroozoo, Donald David.......... Ashton, William John Assessorow, Wadim

Fedorovitch

Assumpção, Bernardino de

Senna Fernandes d'

Assumpção, Carlos

Augusto d'

Atkins, Albert Edward.............

Au Chung-yu

Au Fong-yue

An Kim-fung

Au Lok-min Au Lum

Au Ping-ying Au Shiu-min Au Yeung Kimin Au Yeung-lai...

Au Young-liang..

Au Young-pang.....

Avramow, Albert Jacques... Azedo, Alexander

Azelo, Caetano Maria Dias.

Azevedo, Alexandre Antonio d'

Azevedo, Antonio d' Azevedo, Victor Felix d'.

Azim, Rahmat Moosa

Azzolini, Umberto.

Clerk, China Import Trading Co. Manager, A. F. Arculli & Sons Chief Clerk, American President Lines,

Ld.

Advertising Assistant, Standard-Vacuum

Oil Co.

Manager, II.K. Canton Export Co., Ld.. Clerk, Marsman II.K. China, Ld. Assistant Secretary, Y.M.C.A.

Clerk of Works, I.K. Engineering &

Construction Co., Ld...

Assistant, Dodwell & Co., Ld.

7 Village Road, 126 Kennedy Road.

6 Homuntin Hill, Homuntin.

6 Duke Street, Mongkokisui.

300 Prince Edward Road, Kowloon, 867 Nathan Road, Kowloon. On premises.

19 Kimberley Road. Top floor,

Kowloon.

14 Victory Avenue, Homuntin.

Assistant, Gibb, Livingston & Co., Ld... 9 Jordan Road, Kowloon. Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co.,

(S.C.) Ld.

Clerk, C. M. Kamnjia & Co......

Clerk, Chin Light & Power Co., Ld.

Dispenser, A. S. Watson & Co., Ial. Draughtsman, Malcolm & Co. Superintendent, Gloucester Hotel Business Manager, Grand Dispensary. Clerk, Holt's Wharf

Assistant, Ciba, (China) Ld. Clerk, Mansfield Trading Co..

Assistant, W. R. Loxley & Co.,

(China) Ld.

Assistant, W. R. Loxley & Co.,

(China) L.

Director, Thomas de la Rue & Co., Ld... Clerk, Optorg Co., (Malaya) L. Clerk, Chartered Bank of India,

Australia & China

Assistant, Nederlandsche Handels-

Maatschappij, N.V.

Clerk, Peninsula Hotel

Accouts Clerk, Canadian Pacific

Steamships, Railway Ld.

Assistant, Union Insurance Society of

Canton, Ld.

Assistant, Lloyd Triestino

On premises.

20 Fleming Road, 2nd floor. 174 Tung Choi Street. Ist floor,

Mongkoktsui.

11 Tsap Tseng Street.

19 Austin ftond. Kowloon. On premises.

14 Tsap Tseung St., Top floor. 65 Woosung Street, Kowloon, 167 Nam Cheong Street, 3rd floor. 206 Sai Yeung Choi Street,

Ground floor, Mongkoktsui.

1 Kin Hung Terrace,

67 Shing Wo Rord, Top floor, Peninsula Hotel.

34 Hankow Road, Kowloon.

34 Hankow Road. Kowloon.

On premises.

On premises.

29 Jordan Road, Kowloon.

On premises.

347 Prince Edward Road, Kowloon.

:

B

Bachtin. Vladimir Anatolievitch

Bakar, Abdul Hamid.

Baker, Edward Francis

Stephen

* Baker, Laurence Cecil

Assistant, Lido "

Accountant, Insurance Co. of North

America

Assistant, Lane, Crawford, Ld. Assistant, Dodwell & Co.. Ld.

Baker, William Ernest ... Electrical Engineer, H. K. Electric

Co., L

Baldwin, Berry Oakley... Sub-Accountant. National City Bank

of New York

Repulse Bay Hotel.

200 Johnston Road, Top floor.

On premises.

25 Shouson Hill.

205 King's Road, Flat 4.

Flat B. I. East, Eu Gardens, Argyle

Street, Kowloon.

#

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 29, 1940.

NAME IN FULL.

OCCUPATION.

ADDRESS.

439

B-Continued.

Baleros, Bernardino

Francisco.....

Bail, Leslie Francis Ballantyne, Donald Lindsay Bauk, Yip Kenneth Bunker, Allan Sammel

Bauker, Charles Burke

Lyonel.....

Baptista, Arthur Feliciano...! Baptista, Cezar Antonio

Octaviano

Barber, Norman Charles Barclay, Thomas Charles

Barkat, Mohamed A1oo

Barker, John Webb,

Barker, William Leander

Lee

Barkus, Roberto Leo

Barma, Hatam Tyebjee. Barnes, John Egeri

Martin...

Barnes, William Frank Barr, Claude Irwin

Assistant, American Bank Note Co.

Principal, Gibb, Livingston & Co., Lal... Assistant Manager, Chase Bank General Manager, Dover & Co. Storekeeper, Far East Flying Training

School, Ld.

Shift Engineer, China Light & Power

Co., L.

Assistant, Gibb, Livingston & Co., Lt.......

Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank Salesumm. Lane, Crawford, Lal. Engineer, Taikoo Suga: Refining Co.,

Ld.

Clerk, National Carbon Co. Fed. Inc.,

U.S.A.

Electrical Engineer, China Light &

Power Co., Ld.

Accountant, Standard-Varnum Oil Co.... Draughtsman, H. K. & Whampoa Dock

Co., Lal.

Merchant, N. Mohamedally

Engineer. Innis & Riddle, (China) L. Supervisor, British Cigarette Co., Ld. General Agent, Canadian National Rail-

ways

Barradas, Duarte Augusto... Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., (S.C.)

Barradas, José Augusto Barradas, Vasco Maria

Barretto, Antonio Conde Barretto, Carlos Angusto

Barretto. Frederick Barretto, Henrique Maria ...

Barrette, Octavio Alfonso,

Orlando Demce Barron, James Forman

Barros. Autão Vasques

Barros, Augusto Alberto

Ld.

Assistant, Dodwell & Co., Ld.

Clerk, Nederlandsch Indisebe Handels-

bank, N.V.

Clerk, Siemens China Co,

Clerk, Nederlandsch Indische Handels-

bank, N.V.

Assistant, Wallace, Harper & Co., Ld.... Assistant, Nederlandsche Handels-

Maatschappij, N.V.

Store-keeper, Hong Kong Club ...................... Electrical Engineer, H.K. Electric Co.,

Ld.

Book-keeper, Reiss, Bradley & Co., Ld... Salesman, Andersen, Meyer & Co., Ld.......

Barros, Carlos Eduardo.............. Clerk, Nederlandsch Indische Handels-

Barros, Frederico Guilherme Barros, Henrique Alberto... Barros. Henrique Alberto Barros, Luiz Antonio..

Barry, Frederick Charles Barton, William Maurice ... Bascombe, Hewett John.

Basto, Antonio

  Hermenegildo Basto, Arthur José de Castro Basto, Carlos Pompeia Bateman, Robert William

bank. N.V.

Assistant, China Underwriters, Ld. Assistant, Texas Co. (China), Ja.... Assistant, Swan, Culbertson & Fritz Clerk, Chartered Bank of India,

Australia & China

Secretary, II.K. & Shanghai Hotels, Lal. Merchant, Dodwell & Co., Ld. Assistaut Engineer, China Light &

Power Co., Ld.

Architect, A. II. Basto Clerk, Orient Tobacco Manufactory Salesman. Far East Motors Marine Superintendent, Jardine,

Matheson & Co., Ld......................

16 Nga Tsin Long Road, 2nd floor,

Kowloon City.

Lewknor, 364 The Peak. 2 Aigburth Hall. May Road. 17 Bonham Road.

1 Liberty Avenue, Homuntin.

41 Grampiau Road, Kowloon. 2 Fort Street.

"Alpha", Hart Avenne, Kowloon. Roval Court Hotel.

2 Braemar Terrace, Quarry Bay.

445 Hennessy Rowd.

Kowloon Tong Sub-Station.

Gloucester Hotel.

On premises.

Sa Dragon Terrace.

Knutsford Hotel, Kowloon. 312 Prince Edward Road, Kowloon,

Peninsula Hotel.

On premises.

10 Jordan Road, Kowloon.

St. Joseph's Villa,

2 Granville Road, Kowloon,

2 Hanoi Road, Kowloon. 322 Hommessy Road.

Ou premises.

On premises.

H.E.C. Qris., 2 Causeway Hill. 2 Granville Road, Ist floor, Kloon. 424 Prince Edward Road, Top floor,

Kowloon.

4 Austin Avenue, Kowloon. 15 Soares Avenue, Homuntin. 5 Tak Shing Street, Kowloon. 2 Granville Road, Kowloon.

2 Granville Road, Kowloon. Repulse Bay Hotel. On premises.

Royal Court Hotel, Kowloon.

163 Waterloo Rd., Kowloon Tong. 5 Victory Avenue, Homuntin, 19 West Terrace, Kowloon Docks.

8 Lycemoon Building, Kowloon,

440

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 29, 1940.

NAME IN FULL.

B-Continued,

OCCUPATION.

ADDRESS.

Bau, Julius Wen.

Bauder, Robert Bautista, David Baxamusa, Mora.

Beattie, Thomas John

McCluskie

Beavan. Roger Chaumey

* Becher. Herbert Carl Henry

*

Beck. Ernest Jacobsen

Bedell. Patrick Edwin

Beeken, David William.

Beemer, Halsey Lawrence. Begdon. Kiemin

Behrman, George William... Beisler. Harohl William Bell, Paul Augustus Beil, Robert Barr

Beltrão, Nicolas Antonie

Benjamin, Simon. Bonn. Lewin Arthur Bennett, Chester

Benach. Leonid John.............

Berlin. Matheo Berg, Sverre

Bernardo, Vietor Emmuni

· 1.

Berruex. Marcel .......... Bertram, John William

Bian. Pierre Lucian Lonis... Bidwell. Harold Denison Biesel, Robert Bigazzi. Raoul

Billimoria, Phiroz Jehangir.. Bird. Francis George................

Bird, Godfrey Vernon Bird. George Thomas

Bishop, Sidney Frank

Black. Alexander

Black, Charles

Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., (S.C.)

LI.

Assistant, Lane. Crawford. Ld.

Clerk, H.K. Mines, Ld.

On premises.

108 Austin Road, Kowloon. 144 Temple Street, Yanmati.

Assistant, Abdoolally Ebrahim & Co.... On premises.

Sugar Boiler, Taikoo Sugar Refining

Co. L

Assistant, Garage Department, H. K. &

Shangled Hotels, Ll........... Assistant, Comptoir Anglo-Continental

Sagar Boiler. Taikoo Sugar Refining

Co., Lil. Flying Instructor, Far East Flying

Training School, Ld. Draughtsman, Taikoo Dockyard &

Engineering Co, of H.K., Ld. Assistant, Singer Sewing Machine Co.

Seeretary. II. K. Traved Association Ax-istant. Standard-Varunu Oll Co. Arcontant. Standard-Vacuum Oil Co,. Clerk. General Motors Chinu, Id. Assistant Manager, Thikon Dockyard &

Engineering Co. of H.K.. LAA. Clerk. No talumisel Talisebe Handels-

Frak, N.V.

Clerk, S. E. Lovy & Co. Assistant, Dodwell & Co., La. Assistant, W. R. Loxley & Co., Clum

L.d.

Acronetout. Twentieth Coumry Fox

Fedral Ine. U.S.A.

Merchant, M. Beruba

Managing Director, Berg & Co.. Lil.......... Assistant, Nederlandsche Handels

Maatschippij. N.V.

Assistant. Ullmann & Co,

Acting Workshop Superintendent,

China Light & Power Co., La. Proprietor, J. Lebon & Co. Assistant, Gibb, Livingston & Co., Il. Staff, Chase Bank

Decorator, Raoul Biguzzi Assistant, C. M. Karanjia & Co. Engineer, H.K. Rope Manufacturing

(.. L.

Architect, Palmer & Tamer Watchman, Taikoo Dockyard &

Engineering Co. of H.K.. Ld.

Chief Engineer. Green Island

(". L..

Clerk. Union Trading Co. Li

3 Braemar Tenare. Quarry Bay.

3 Chon Fai Terrace. Tai Hang Road.

309 Prince Edward Road, Kowloon.

7 New Quarry Point.

1998 Prince Edward Road. Kowloon,

Ou premises. Gloucester Hotel. 65 Garden Terrace, 111 The Peak. Gloucester Hotel.

5 Hankow Road, Kowloon.

On promises

13. Tung Cheong Bullding, 1st floor,

Kowloon.

37 ihllwood Roa1, Kowloon. 1 Babington Path.

Rutton Building.

241 Nathan Road, Kowloon.

287 Prince Edward Road, Kowloon. 11 Glenealy Road,

Un premises.

6 Somerset Road, Kowloon Tong.

Block 1. Staff Quarters. Ding House, Duddell Street.

4 Conduit Road.

# Stubb's Road.

26 Canal Road W. 52 Wyndham Street.

Taikoo Dockyard. 106 The Peak.

Quarry Bay.

ement

Assistant, Mackinnon. Mackenzie & Co.

Blackmore, Ernest Wilfrid . Civil Engineer. Blackmore, Basto &:

Blair. Kenneth George Blair, Leslie

Blake, Charles Henry

Blakey, Frederick Bertram..

Bliss, Arthur Sydney Blum, Constantin

Shauk. Ld.

Merchant. Blair & Co...

Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., (S.C.)

LI.

Clerk, Holt's Wharf Superintendent, Standard-Vacuum

Oil Co.

Clerk, ILK. & Whampoa Deck Co., Ld.. Representative, United States Rubber

Export Co., Ld..

Cement Works, Hok Un, Kowloon, 96 Fa Yuen Street, 1st floor,

Mongkoktsui.

On premises.

94 Waterloo Road, Kowlooi!.

12 Broadwood Road.

O premises.

5 Cameron Road, Kowloon.

Laichikok Installation. On premises.

Peninsula Hotel.

7

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THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 29, 1940.

NAME IN FULL.

OCCUPATION.

ADDRESS.

441

B-Continued.

Blyth, Harry Henry Bolton, Andrew

Bompas, Eric Ainsley Bond, Charles Percy............... Bone, David Boyd

McKenzie

Bones, Leslie

Bonner, Horace William

Bonner, James Isaac.

Bonnot, Raymond Borinevitch, Valentin

Gabriel

Bossut, Pierre

Engineer, II.K. Electric Co., Ld. Assistant Engineer, China Light &

Power Co., Ld.

Banker, H. K. & Shanghai Bank. Inspector, Star Ferry Co., Ld.

...

Draughtsman, Taikoo Dockyard &

Engineering Co. of H.K., Ld. Wharfinger, II.K. & Kowloon Wharf &

Godown Co., Ld.

Assistant, Lane, Crawford, Ld. Sub-Manager, National City Bank of

New York....

Assistant Chef, H.K. Hotel

Salesman, Office Appliance Co. Ld. Merchant, Groupe Chine.

Botcherley, William Clifton Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum

Botelho, Alberto Augusto...

d'Almeida

Botelho, Alvaro Alberto Botelho, Carlos Alberto..... * Botelho, Francisco Xavier...

Botelho, Henrique Alberto...

Botelho, Noé Ulysses Botelho, Peter Paul Botelho, Peter Vicente Jr.... Bottomley, Albert Harrison Bovaird, William Cuthbert..

Bow, Hanson..

Bowker, Arthur Cecil

Irving

Co., (S.C.) LA.

Clerk, Gilman & Co., Ld. Assistant, Shewan, Tomes & Co. Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank Book-keeper, H.K., Canton & Macao

Steamboat Co., Ld.......... Assistant, China Provident Loan and

Mortgage Co., Ll.

Assistant, Standard-Vacuum Oil Cc....... Merchant, A. G. Botelho & Co.... Merchant, A. G. Botelho & Co.. Salesman, Vogue

Clerk, Taikoo Deckyard & Engineering

Co. of Hong Kong, Ld. Assistant, Comptoir Auglo-Continental,

Ltd.

                Merchant, Dodwell & Co., Ld. Bradbury, Bertram Walter. Butchery Superintendent, Dairy Farm,

Braga, Anthony Mannel

Braga, Hugh...

Braga, James Braga, John Vincent ·

Braga, Paul........... Braun, Arthur

Brazel, Edmund Hamilton

Brewin, Joseph Irwin Mark

Brezny, Ladislav Britto, Frederico Maria Britto, Guilherme Maria Broadbridge, Frederick

Arthur

Broadbridge, William

Edward. Broch, Karl....

Brodersen Ragnar..

Ice & Cold Storage Co., Ld., & Local Printing Press, Ld..........

Property Superintendent, H.K. Eng-

ineering & Construction Co., Ld. General Works Manager, II.K. Eng-

ineering & Construction Co., Ld.... Assistant, Standard-Vacuum Oil Co. Assistant Secretary, China Light &

Power Co., Ld.

Assistant, Gilman & Co., Ld. Printer, Ye Olde Printeric Assistant, Jardine Engineering

Corporation, Ld.......

Moulder, II.K. & Whampoa Dock Co..

Ld.

Manager, Bata Shoe Co.... Assistant, China Underwriters, Ld. Assistant, Gibb, Livingston & Co., Ld.

Mercantile Assistant, John D.

Hutchison & Co...........

Assistant, Gilman & Co.. Ld.

Manager, National Carbon Co. Fed. Inc.

U.S.A.

Assistant, Thoresen & Co., Ld.

157 King's Road, Top floor.

Block 2, Staff Quarters, Hok Un. 353 The Peak.

8 Norfolk Road, Kowloon Tong.

Quarry Bay.

249 Prince Edward Road, Kowloon, 15A Canal Road West.

74 Macdonnell Road, Apartment 11. On premises.

2 King's Terrace, Top floor, Kowloon, On premises

On premises.

6 Austin Avenue, Kowloon. 6 Austin Avenue, Kowloon. 6 Austin Avenue, Kowloon.

26 Jordan Road, Kowloon.

167 Sai Yueng Choi Street, 1st floor,

Mongkoktsui.

19 Mosque Street.

7 Tung Cheong Building, Kowloon. 7 Tung Cheong Building, Kowloon. 96 Waterloo Road, Kowloon.

On premises.

318 Hennessy Road, 3rd floor.

On premises.

Vernon House, Braga Cirenit,

Kowloon.

12 Knutsford Terrace, Kowloon.

18 Braga Circuit, Kowloon, 12 Kuntsford Terrace, Kowloon.

12 Knutsford Terrace, Kowloon. 4 Braga Circuit, Kowloon. 45 Village Road, 2nd floor.

1 Garden Terrace, 1st floor.

On premises.

1 Cornwall Road, Kowloon Tong, 34 Hillwood Road, Kowloon. 11 Hart Avenue, Kowloon.

1 Lock Road, Kowloon.

On premises.

55 Cumberland Rd., Kowloon Tong Y. M. C. A.

422

THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 21, 1910.

ment, or to a person designated by the Governor for the purposes of this regulation, at such price as may be deter- mined by or on behalf of the Governor.

(2) Where a person has become bound under