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SCHEDULE No. 1.
FORM OF INFORMATION OF A BIRTH.
WARNING.-The penalties for false statements wilfully made are the same as those for perjury. Anyone who loses a completed registration form is liable to a penalty not exceeding £2.
1. Date of Birth.....
2. Place where Born...........
3. Christian Name (if any).....
CAUTION. If birth is illegitimate, the father's name, occupation and race are to be omitted, unless in the presence of a Deputy Registrar or Assistant (including Field-Cornet or Police Officer) a man acknowledges himself in writing on the form to be the father, and signs form in conjunction with the mother.
where the marriage
Signed in my presence this..................day of......
(@) In case of twins the birth report of each child must appear on a separate form.
(b) If born outside the Colony, enter on same line, in addition to the race the name of the Country, State, or Colony, where born, if known.
(e) When a Rural Assistant, Field-Cornet, or Police Officer writes out form for informant, he should add the words: "Form written out by me," and sign as "Rural Assistant," Field-Cornet," or "Police Officer," as the case may be.
Date of Death
SCHEDULE No. 2.
REGISTRATION OF DEATH.
1 I, the undersigned, a legally registered Medical Practioner, hereby declare that I attended (a) Mary Jane Thomson, a (b) European female, aged 32, residing at (e) No. 1 Commissioner Street, Johannesburg, that she died, (d) as I am informed, on June 12th, 1900, that I last saw her on (e) June 11th 1900, and that the cause of her death, to the best of my knowledge and belief, was as follows:
(e) Insert date.
1. Christian Names and Surnames
Signed in my presence on this..
(a) Name and Christian name.
(b) Age, sex, and race.
(c) Patient's last address.
(d) Date of death, if the practitioner has not seen the body
insert "as I am informed.”
SCHEDULE No. 3.
FORM OF INFORMATION OF A Death.
WARNING. The penalty for false statements wilfully made are the same as those for perjury. Anyone who loses a completed registration form is liable to a penalty not exceeding £2.
13. Original Signature (or mark)
3. Usual place of Residence
5. Race (")
6. Whether Single, Married, Divorced, or Widowed (¿)
8. Date of Death...
9. Place of Birth.....
10. Intended Place of Burial
11. Causes of Death.......
11a. Duration of last Illness
Signed: Thomas Brown, M.D.
(a) If born outside the Colony, enter on the same line, in addition to the race, the name of the Country, State, or Colony where born, if known. (b) If married, divorced, or widowed, state on this line the total number of children deceased has had.
(r) When a Rural Assistant, Field-Cornet, or Police Officer writes out form for informant, he should add the words; Form written out by me," and sign as "Rural Assistant," "Field-Cornet," or "Police Officer," as the case may be.
By His Excellency SIR ALFRED MILNER, His Majesty's High
(DATED 1ST FEBRUARY, 1901.)
it is to amend Field-Marshal Lord
Roberts' Proclamation No. 24 of 1900, relating to the South African Constabulary:
Now, therefore, under and by virtue of the powers, jurisdiction and authority conferred upon me by Her late Majesty's Commission, dated the 8th day of October, 1900, as Administrator of the Transvaal and Orange River Colony, I do hereby proclaim, declare and make known, as follows:-
Amendment of Pro
Section 11 of Proclamation No. 24 of 1900 is hereby amended by the addition of the following proviso at the end clamation 24 of 1900. thereof: "Provided further that in any District where a Magistrate has not been appointed and it may not be practicable to summon a Board of Officers as aforesaid, the said Field Officer may by himself exercise the jurisdiction of such Board as provided by Section 8, Sub-section 3 hereof."
(Repealed by Proc. Tr. 3 of 1902, as from 1st February, 1902.)
By His Excellency SIR ALFRED MILNER, His Majesty's High
(Dated 4th FEBRUARY, 1901.)
WE HEREAS by Field-Marshal Lord Roberts' Proclamation
And whereas by Field-Marshal Lord Roberts' Proclamation of the 1st September, 1900, all the territories known as the South African Republic were annexed to and now form part of Her late Majesty's dominions, and Her late Majesty was pleased to direct that the new territories should thenceforth be known as the Transvaal:
And whereas it is necessary to make provision for the importation of goods into the Transvaal:
Now, therefore, under and by virtue of the powers, jurisdiction and authority conferred upon me by Her late Majesty's Commission dated the 8th day of October, 1900, as Administrator of the Transvaal, I do hereby proclaim, declare, and make known as follows:
1. The importation of goods as aforesaid is now permitted, subject to the following conditions:
(a) That a permit for such importation has been previously obtained from the Military Governors of Pretoria or Johannesburg, or their duly appointed deputies;
(b) That Customs duties are paid on all goods imported. These duties shall for the present and until further provision is made therefor, be levied according to the Customs tariff which was leviable by the laws of the late South African Republic, which shall be read, however, as if the following appeared therein in the Schedule of articles exempted from duty :
Public Stores, imported or taken out of bond by, and bonâ fide for the sole and exclusive use of, the Government of His Britannic Majesty or the Government of any Colony, State or Territory in South Africa, provided that a certificate be delivered to the Customs given under the hand of a principal Imperial, Military, Naval, Civil, Commissariat or Ordnance Secretary or Officer, or under the hand of a Secretary to any Government as aforesaid, setting forth
that any duty levied on such public stores would be borne directly by the Treasury of his Government; and provided further that no portion of such stores used or unused shall be sold or otherwise disposed of so as to come into the possession of or into consumption by any parties not legally entitled to import the same free of duty, until the intention so to sell or dispose of the stores shall have been notified to the principal officer of Customs in this Territory, to whom the duty leviable according to the tariff then in force shall be paid by the Government selling or disposing of the stores; wine, spirits and beer, imported direct or taken out of bond by, and for the sole use of Commissioned Officers serving on full pay in the regular Military or Naval Forces of His Britannic Majesty, subject to such regulations as the Customs may take for the due protection of the Revenue, provided that if any such liquors shall be sold or otherwise disposed of to or for consumption by any other person not legally entitled to import the same free of duty without the duty being first paid thereon to the Customs according to the tariff then in force, then they shall be forfeited, and the parties knowingly disposing of such liquors or into whose possession the same shall knowingly come shall be liable to such penalties as may be prescribed by law; and provided further that until otherwise enacted articles commonly known as "Canteen Stores" imported or taken out of bond for the sole and exclusive use of His Majesty's Military forces may, under the foregoing conditions, be admitted free of duty.
2. In the case of goods imported from or through the Colonies of the Cape of Good Hope or Natal, the Customs duties as aforesaid shall be paid to the Collectors of Customs in those Colonies, and I do hereby, with the consent of the Government of the aforesaid Colonies, nominate and appoint the said Collectors of Customs to be my agents for the collection of such duties, provided, however, that in the case of goods entered and destined for the towns of Pretoria and Johannesburg, the payment of the duties may be deferred until the arrival of the goods at such places, where it shall be duly made to the proper Officer of Customs.
3. The permits mentioned in Section 1, sub-section (a), shall be issued subject to such conditions as may from time to time be prescribed by the said Military Governors of Pretoria or Johannesburg.
4. Any goods imported as aforesaid without payment of the proper Customs duties or contrary to the regulations mentioned in the preceding section, shall be liable to confiscation, and the importer or his agent shall, in addition, be liable to a fine not exceeding five times the amount of the Customs Duties thereon.
(This was a Proclamation by the Military Governor, announcing the accession of H.M. King Edward VII., and proclaiming him Supreme Lord of the Transvaal).
Proc. No. 2 of 1901.