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Ordinance. Application to Accra.

Towns Police of the Treasury, and running in a northerly direction to the Health Salt Pond, thence along the eastern margin thereby to a stone pillar, thence in an easterly direction to Hanson's Road parallel with and 100 feet to the north of the northern wall of "Garden House," thence along Hanson's Road aforesaid to the Horse Road aforesaid at a point where a stone gateway now stands, and on the north by the said Horse Road to the point of departure, and any swine found within such limits as aforesaid on or after the first day of January, 1884, together with the place or places in which the same are kept, shall be deemed to be nuisances within the meaning of the "Towns, Police and Public Health Ordinance, 1878."

Given under my hand and the public seal of the Gold Coast Colony at Christiansborg Castle, this twenty-seventh day of October, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-three, and of Her Majesty's reign the forty-seventh.

By His Excellency's command,

Marriage Ordinance.

FRED. EVANS, Acting Colonial Secretary.

MARRIAGE ORDINANCE. No. 14.-1884.

AT AN EXECUTIVE COUNCIL AT CHRISTIANSBORG, ACCRA, THE 31ST DAY OF DECEMBER, 1885.

Present:

HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL.

WHEREAS, by "The Marriage Ordinance, 1884," it is provided that the Governor in Council shall, by Order published in the Gazette, divide the Colony into Districts for the purposes of the said Ordinance;

Now, therefore, the Governor, with the advice of the Executive Council, and in pursuance of directions contained in the herein before recited Ordinance,

Doth order, and it is hereby ordered,

That, until further Order is made, the Colony shall be divided into the following Marriage Districts for the purposes of the said Ordinance, viz. :

Marriage Ordinance

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The Western District, consisting of that part of the Colony lying to the west or windward of a line drawn northwards from the town of Appam, including the countries of Abrah, districts. Brimen, Edjumakoo, Accoonfi and Oguan, but not including the country of Gomoah;

The Central District, consisting of that part of the Colony lying to the east or leeward of the Western District, but not extending further to the eastward than the second degree of east longitude;

The Eastern District, consisting of that part of the Colony lying to the eastward of the Central District.

KNAPP BARROW,

Clerk of Executive Council.

FOREIGN RECRUITING ORDINANCE. No. 16.-1884.

AT AN EXECUTIVE COUNCIL HELD AT THE COLONIAL SECRE-
TARY'S OFFICE, CHRISTIANSBORG, ACCRA, THE 22ND DAY OF
MAY, 1885.

Foreign Recruiting Ordinance.

Present:

HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL.

WHEREAS, by an Ordinance entitled "The Foreign Recruiting Ordinance, 1884," it is inter alia enacted that the Governor in Council may, from time to time by general Order, notified in the Gazette, prohibit recruiting for the service of any Foreign State:

And whereas it is expedient that recruiting for the service of any Foreign State should be prohibited:

hibited.

Now, therefore, the Governor, with the advice of the Foreign reExecutive Council of the Colony, and by virtue of the authority cruiting provested in him by the above recited Ordinance, doth hereby prohibit recruiting for the service of any Foreign State.

CHAS. D. TURTON,

Clerk of Executive Council.

Treasury and TREASURY AND CUSTOMS ORDINANCE. No. 4.-1885.
Customs
Ordinance.

Duties of

Comptroller

of Customs

defined.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
CHRISTIANSBORG, ACCRA,

1st October, 1885.

Notice is hereby given, to all whom it may concern, that, from and after this date, the duties hitherto discharged by the Collector of Customs and Treasurer of the Gold Coast Colony will be divided and discharged by the Treasurer and Comptroller of Customs, respectively.

The Treasurer will be charged with the control of the Treasurer and General Revenue of the Colony, the receipt and custody of public money, and all other duties hitherto discharged by the Collector of Customs and Treasurer of the Gold Coast Colony other than those relating to customs, trade, and navigation, which will in future be discharged by the Comptroller of Customs, who is the head of the Customs Department of the Colony.

By Command of His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor.
PERCIVAL HUGHES,
Acting Colonial Secretary.

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By His Excellency WILLIAM BRANDFORD GRIFFITH, Esquire,
Companion of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint
Michael and Saint George, Governor and Com-
mander-in-Chief of the Gold Coast Colony, &c., &c.,&c.

(L.S.)

W. BRANDFORD GRIFFITH,

Governor.

Whereas by the "Ammunition and Arms Amendment Ordinance, 1886," it was enacted that in any town or place where there is a Government magazine it shall be lawful for the Governor in Council by order published in the Gazette to declare the maximum quantity of gunpowder which may be kept at any one time in any store in such town or place; and whereas there is a Government magazine for the towns of

and Arms

Ordinance.

Accra and Christiansborg; and whereas there is a Government Ammunition magazine in the town of Cape Coast; and whereas it is Amendment expedient that not more than ten pounds weight of gunpowder should be kept in any store in the said towns of Accra, Christiansborg and Cape Coast at any one time;

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quantity of

Now, therefore, the Governor, with the advice of the Executive Council of the Colony, doth by the present order declare that the maximum quantity of gunpowder which may gunpowder to be kept at one time in any store in the said towns of Accra, Christiansborg and Cape Coast shall be ten pounds, and doth further order that this order shall come into force on the first day of February, one thousand eight hundred and eighty

seven.

Given under my hand and the public seal of the Gold Coast Colony, at Christiansborg Castle, in the said Colony, this thirteenth day of December, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-six, and in the fiftieth year of Her Majesty's reign.

By His Excellency's command,

C. D. TURTON,
Acting Colonial Secretary.

be kept in store.

INDEX TO ORDINANCES.

EXPLANATION

OF ABBREVIATIONS

AND

REFERENCES.

s. stands for "Schedule" [of the Supreme Court Ordinance].
o. stands for "Order" [of the Supreme Court Ordinance].

r. stands for "Rule of Order" when the Reference is to the Supreme Court Ordinance, and
"Rule of Schedule," in References to other Ordinances.

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s. 1 o. 6 r. 9 stands for Rule 9 of Order of the First Schedule of the Supreme Court
Ordinance.

When numbers are placed one above the other, the upper denotes the number of the Ordinance
and the lower the year. The number in front denotes the section.

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r. 7

stands for Rule 7 of Schedule of Ordinance No. 9 of 1876.

When there are several succeeding references to the same Ordinance the number and year of
the Ordinance are not given in each case, but only in the first Reference. Similarly, where
there are several succeeding References to the same Order of the Supreme Court Ordinance, only the
first Reference is given in full.

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ADJOURNMENT-continued

Of examination of judgment debtor,
s. 2 o. 44 r. 6

Of summary trial, 58-60
Of investigation of case, 71
Of trial with jury, 120, 121
Of trial with assessors, 128
Of inquest, 197

See POSTPONEMENT
ADMEASUREMENT---
Of ships, see SHIP
ADMINISTRATION-

See PROBATE AND ADMINISTRATION
ADMINISTRATOR-

See PROBATE AND ADMINISTRATION

ADMINISTRATOR OF LAGOS-
Meaning of, 77%

Lunatic prisoners, may remove, 16
Oaths to be taken by, 7

May import goods for private use free
of duty,

Quarantine Ordinance, may provide for
expenses under, 37

powers of under,

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