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13 February 1945

Kenya Government Gazette dated 1945-02-13 number 7

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        THE OFF                                                   AL GAZETTH
        OF THE COLONY AND PROTECTORATE OF KENYA
        Pubfihed undsr the Authority of His Excellency the Governor of the Colony and Protectorate of Kcnva

Vol. XLVII-No.           7                                                                                                Price 5 0 Cents
                                              NAIROBI, February 13, 1945
Registered as a Newspaper at the G.P.O.                                                                               Published eve1 v. Tuesday
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                                                           CONTENTS
                    OFFICIAL GAZETTE                                 I                       OFFICIAL GAZET'I'I: -Contd.
5oi.t. Notice No.-                                         PAGE                                                                              PAGE
                                                                             Proclamation No. 6-The   Diseases of Animals Ortl nance 51
     150-Appointments, etc.      . . . . . . . . . . 49                      General Notices Nos. 203-242 . . . . . . . . . . 51
     151-152--Obituary    . . . . . . . . . . .. 49
     153-The Trout Protection Ordinance. 1928-Notice . . 49          1                                    --
     154-Vacancy for Water Bailiff . . . . . . . . 50
     155-The Courts Ordinance, 1931-Appo:ntment         . . 50                                    SUPPLEMENT No. 8
     156-The     Defence (Traders Licensing Committees)                                Proclamations, Rrrles and Regulations, 194$
             Regulations, 1943 . . . . . . . . . . 50                        Govt. Notice No.-
     157-The Indian Land and Settlement Board-Appoint-
             merit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
                                                                                 166-The Income Tax Ordinance, 194@-Exemptton
                                                                                 167-The    Defence (Control of Prices) (Amen~lment)
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     158-The Liquor Ordinance, 1934-Appointments        . . 50                           Regulations, 1945 . . . . . . .             ..
     159-Languages Board         . . . . . . . . . . 50                          168-The    Defence (Control of Prices) (Amel dment
     16@-Appointment of Pensions Committee for Asian                                     No. 2) Regulations, 1945 . .                ..
             Members of the Armed Forces . . . . . . 50                          169-The    Native Lands Trust (~enxovai'of C, rnmon
     161-Appointment of Pensions Committee for African
             Members of the Armed Forces . . . . . . 50
                                                                                         Minerals) Rules, 1945     . . . . .             ..
                                                                                 170-The Defence (Control of Hides, Skins and L .ather)
     162-The Native Registration Ordinance-Appointment       50                          Regulations, 1945 . . . . . . .             ..
     163-Tne    Control of Grass Fires Ordinance, 1941-                          171-The Plant Protection (Amendment) Rules, 1 )45 . .
             Notice       . . . . . . . . . . . . 50                             172-The Defence (Control of Distribution and Itation-
     164-The    Local Government (Municipalities) Ordin-                                 ing of Foodstuffs) Regulations, 1944-4 oupon
             ance, 1928-Boundaries of Eldoret Municipality 50                            Values       . . . . . . . . .              ..
     165-The    Increased Production of Crops Ordinance,                         173-The    Increased Production of Crops ( creage '
             1942-Appointments       . . . . . . . . 51                                  Grants for Maize) Rules, 1945 . . .         ..

GOVERNMENT
        NOTICENO. 150
                        APPOINTMENTS                                         GOVERNMENT
                                                                                     NOTICENO. 152                           (SIE. 9/3139/11)
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JOHN PINNEY to be District Officer, Kilifi District, Coast                                               OBITUARY
  Province, with effect from the 29th January, 1945.
                                                                               His Exceilency the Governor deeply regrets to al!:lounce the
MU~LIDHAR    D ~ N K ACHITN.IVIS
                       R        to be Offic-r in Charge, Office of           death of Captain Leslie Arthur Elmer at his farm a1 Kitale on
  the Public Trustee and Official Receiver, Mombasa, with effect             31st January, 1945, after a long aild painful illness.
  from the 5th of January, 1945.
FREDERICK   ROBERTSto be Acting Resident Magistrate, Eldoret,                  After serving in the Army from 1912 through tire last war
  with effect from the 7th Febmary, 1945.                                    where he saw service in South Africa, France ant1 Russia he
                                                                             came to this Colony in 1920 and farmed at Kitale. Joining the
WILLIAMGRAHAM       EMERSON  to be Acting Director of Veterinary             Agricultural Department in 1936, Captain Elmer set ved mainly
  Services and Acting Live Stock Controller with effect from 6th             in native areas but recently as Assistant Agricult~~i.al  Officer,
  February, 1945.                                                            Eldoret, until the illness which resulted in his death.
                         PROMOTIONS                                            He was a hard-working, keen officer whose practical articles
ARTHURPHILLIPS,M.A. (OXON),     Barrister-at-Law (Middle Temple),            in the East African Agricultural Journal have bccn cii great help
  to be Judicial Adviser, with effect from the 1st January, 1945.            to many farmers and whose bent for carrying oul trials and
Paitcv CYRILCLAUDEGARNHAM,        M.R.C.S.(ENG.),L.R.C.P.(LOND.),            experiments has been of real value to the country.
  M.D.,M.B., B.S. (u. LOND.),D.P.H. (LOND.),to be Senior Medical               By his death the Gover;:mmt has last a highIy fficient and
  Officer, Medical Department, with effect from the 1st of                   loyal officer who never spared himself in the pul~lic service.
  january, 1943.                                                             Captain Elmer is survived by his widow, a son and daughter to
CHARLES   ROBERTPIIILIP,o.B.E., M.D., CH.B. (ABERD.),D.T.M.& H.              whom the sincere sympathy of the Government, and particularly
  (LOND.),to be Senior Medical Officer, Medical Department,                  of the members of the Agricultural Department, is i xtended.
  with effect from the 1st of January, 1943.
                          REVERSION
CHRISTOPHER    GILL reverted to his substantive rank of Senior
  Postmaster with effect from the 25th January, 1945.
                                           G. M. RENNIE,
                                                  Chief Secretary.

                                                                                   THE TROUT PROTECTION ORDINANCE 1928
GOVERNMENT    NOTICENO. 151                    (SIEst. 1914276)                    WATERSCLOSEDFOR THE PURPOSEOF T R O U1 ~ISHING
                          OBITUARY                                             I N EXERCISE of the powers thereunto enabling tble, I hereby
  His Excellency the Governor deeply regrets to announce the                 declare that :-
death whilst on air operations on the 14th of August, 1944, of                    (1) Government Notice No. 37 of the 3rd day of Januaty,
Scluadron-Leader A. E. Cook, D.F.c., Administrative Cadet.                     1929, is cancelled.
  Squadron-Leader Cook was seconded to the Royal Air Force                        (2) The Uasin Narok River in the Lalkipia area downstream
directly he arrived in Kenya and therefore never served in the                 from Thomson's Falls shall be closed for the p u r l ose of trout
Provincial Administration. By his death the Government has lost                fishing.
the services of an oficer of whom everyone spoke well and of
whom a bril!iant future was expected.
                                                                         I                                            A. T. A. RI I'CHIE,
                                                                         1   Nairobi, 1st Feb~uary,1945.                       G, rue Warden.

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