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Admiralty, or of enforcing the payment of any damages, fine, or other claim or sum, or of enforcing any forfeiture.

Now the condition of the above bond is such that if at any time before the Court makes an order absolute for the withdrawal of such security the sail A. B. shall pay, or cause to be paid, all such damages, fines, debts, claims, a sums as the said A. B. shall become liable to pay in respect of any of the said ships which might, if it were not an exempted mail-ship, be arrested by any arresting authority, either in the United Kingdom or in such British possessica as aforesaid, then the above written obligation shall be void and of no effet, but otherwise it shall remain in full force.

No. 6.

Bond of Surety.

In the High Court of Justice,
Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Division.

In the matter of “The Mail-Ships Act, 1891," and in the matter if
the

Order in Council, 189 Whereas A. B. has applied to the High Court to fix the security to be gira by him in respect of certain ships engaged in the postal service mentioned in the application, and the High Court bas made an order upon such application;

And whereas on such security being given the said ships will be exempta! mnail-ships and not liable to be arrested or detained by any arresting authori'y either in the United Kingdom or in any British possession to which the security applies, either for the purpose of founding jurisdiction in any Court of Adairalty, or of enforcing the payment of any damages, fine, or other claim or su, or enforcing any forfeiture :

Now, therefore, I, J. S., hereby submit myself to the jurisdiction of the said Court, and consent that if he, the said A. B., shall not pay all such daurace fines, debts, or other claims or sums as aforesaid, which he may be adjudged 1.4 any Court in the United Kingdom or in any British possession to which !.." said security applies, to pay in respect of any ship which might, if it were 2 an exempted mail-ship, be arrested by any arresting authority, either in !** United Kingdom or in such British possession as aforesaid, executiou may is forth against me, my heirs, executors, and administrators, goods and cha'tfor a sum not exceeding £

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No. 7.

Notice of Completion of Security.
In the High Court of Justice,
Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Division.

In the matter of "The Mail.Ships Act, 1891,” and in the matter of
the

Order in Council, 189 and in the matter of the security of A. B. Notice is hereby given that the security of the said d. B. was on the

189 completed, in accordance with the order of the Court made on the

last, and is now under the control of the Court. Tliis

189

M. N., Registrar. To the Board of Trade.

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Yotice by the Board of Trade of Exemptions.
In the High Court of Justice,
Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Division.

In the matter of "The Mail-Ships Act, 1891," and in the matter of
the

Order in Council, 189 Whereas an application has been made to the High Court of Justice to fix the security to be given, under the provisions of the sail Act, by A. B., being the owner of certain ships engaged in [describe the postal service], for the l'xecution of which service the said J. B. is subsidized by the Government : And whereas the High Court on such application did on the

day of

189 fix the security so to be given as follows (state nature and amount}; And whereas on the

day of

last the said security was given and completed, and is now under the control of the Court;

And whereas the security so given by the said A. B. applies to all ships of the said A. B. actually engaged in the said postal service (or to the following ships, namely, &c.]:

Now, therefore, the Board of Trade, in pursuance of the said Act, hereby give notice to every arresting authority in the United Kingdom, that is to say, every Court, authority, or officer having power to arrest or detain a ship, or to arrest a person on board a ship, or to order such arrest or detention, or to order the execution of any process, civil or criminal, for the arrest of a person on board any ship, that all (or the said] ships of the said 1. B., for the time being actually engaged in carrying mails for the said postal service, are to be deemed exempted mail-ships, and entitled to the exemptions and privileges given by the suid Act to exempted mail-ships.

E. F., Assistant Secretary. Board of Trade, this

day of

189

No. 9.

Notice to the Board of Trade of Provisional Order for Withdrawal.

In the High Court of Justice,
Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Division.

In the matter of “The Mail-Ships Act, 1891," and in the matter of
the

Order in Council, 189 and in the matter of the security given by A. B. Notice is hereby given that a provisional order has been made for the with: drawal of the above-mentioned security, and that the Court may, on application and on being satisfied as provided by the said Act, proceed to make the same absolute. This

189

M. N., Registrar. To the Board of Trade.

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No. 10.

Notice by Board of Trade of Provisional Order for Withdrawal.

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In the High Court of Justice,
Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Division.

In the matter of “The Mail-Ships Act, 1891," and in the matter of
the

Order in Council, 189 and in the matter of the security given by A. B. Whereas A. B., being the owner of certain ships engaged in [describe the postal service), has given security under the said Act, and the said ships are now exempted mail-ships ;

And whereas the said security now under the control of the Court colsisls of, &c.; And whereas on the

the Court, on the application of the said A. B., made a provisional order for the withdrawal of the said security:

Now, therefore, the Board of Trade, in pursuance of the said Act, hereby give notice to every arresting authority in England and Wales (or as the cas may be], that is to say, &c. [as in Form No. 7], that on and after the

next the said ships shall, as respects every such autbority, cease to be exempted mail-ships within the meaning of the said Act, and that the Court may, on application and on being satisfied as required by the said Art, permit the said security to be withdrawn from the control of the Court.

E. F., Assistant Secretary Board of Trade, this day of

189.

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Notice by Board of Trade of Cesser of Exemplion.
In the High Court of Justice,
Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Division.

In the matter of “The Mail-Ships Act, 1891,” and in the matter of
the

Order in Council, 189 and in the matter of the security of A. B., &c. Whereas s. B., an owner of exempted mail-ships under the said Act, in respect of carrying the mails, &c. [describe postal serrice], was required by order of Court, dated the

189 to make his security sufficient to the satisfaction of the Court on or before the

day of

last, and has made default therein: [Or whereas A. B., &c., has applied to the Court for an order withdrawing his security given under the said Act, and the Court has made an order absolute for such withdrawal):

Now, therefore, the Board of Trade, in pursuance of the said Act, hereby give notice to every arresting authority, that is to say, &c. (as in Form No. 6], that the ships of the said A. B. have since the [insert date of default or of order absolute, as the case may be] ceased to be exempted mail-ships within the meaning of the said Act.

E. F., Assistant Secretary. Board of Trade, this

189

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SCALE OF FEES.

£ $. d. On filing an application to fix security ..

0 10 On every subsequent application by the owner or other person (except the Board of Trade) with respect to the security

5 0 On every order of the Court fixing the security..

1 0 On every other order of the Court with respect to the security

0 10 0 On every affidavit or other document filed, the like fee as in an

Admiralty action. On every 501. or fractiou of 501. paid out of Court upon an order for the application of the security

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BRITISH ORDER IN COUNCIL, applying lo Zanzibar the

Law in force in British India respecting Trade-marks,
Merchandize Marks, Copyright, Designs, or Inventions.
Windsor, May 16, 1893.

At the Court at Windsor, the 16th day of May, 1893.
PRESENT: THE QUEEN'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY.

Lord President.
Marquess of Ripon.
Mr. Secretary Asquith.

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WHEREAS by Treaty, grant, usage, sufferance, and other lawful means, Her Majesty the Queen has jurisdiction within the dominions of the Sultan of zanzibar :

Now, therefore, Her Majesty, by virtue and in exercise of the powers by

“The Foreign Jurisdiction Act, 1890,' or otherwise in Her Majesty vested, is pleased, by and with the advice of her Privy Council, to order, and it is hereby ordered, as follows:

1. Any act which if done in British India would be an offence against the law for the time being in force in British India relating to trade-marks, merchandize marks, copyright, designs, or inventions, shall, if done in Zanzibar by a person subject to the Orders in Council relating to Zanzibar, be an offence, whether such Act is done in relation to any property or right of a British subject, or of a foreigner or native, or otherwise; and any person guilty of such offence shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to two months, or with a fine which may extend to 1,00 rupees, or with both.

2. Any Act of the Governor-General of India in Council, or of the Governor of Bombay in Council, amending or substituted for any of the Acts of those Legislatures respectively which are made applicable to Zanzibar by or under the provisions of Article 8 of “ The Zanzibar Order in Council, 1884,"+ or shall bereafter be made so applicable, shall apply to Zanzibar without any order of the Secretary of State in that behalf, subject, however, to the provisions made in that Article for facilitating the application of enactments.

3. This Ordo sball be read and construed as part of “The Zanzibar Order in Council, 1881," and may be cited as “ The Zanzibar (Trade-Marks, &c.) Order in Council, 1893.”

4.-(a.) This Order shall come into operation at the expiration * Vol. LXXXII, page 656.

+ Vol. LXXT, page 639.

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