NO. 218

THE BERMUDIAN STATUS BY BIRTH OR GRANT REGISTER ACT 1992

The Bermudian Status by Birth or Grant Register is a list of Bermudians. The register was developed to meet a public demand for a quicker, simpler and cheaper method of satisfying those people who find it necessary to obtain documentation that they are Bermudian.

The register is a list of names of everyone who was registered to vote in any of the four years 1989 to 1992 except for those without Bermudian status who were registered as electors on 1 May 1976 in accordance with section 55 of the Constitution of Bermuda. The Register also contains corrections resulting from objections made to entries on all previous editions of the Register. In addition, it contains names of people who have been added since 1992. Upon submitting evidence to this Department, these people have proven that they are eligible to be registered as Bermudian.

The Department is aware that some of the people listed on the Register are now deceased. Those people who the department knows have died are listed in a separate section at the back of the main Register.

The Register will be available for inspection at all post offices and the Department of Immigration from the 1 April, 2010 until 1 June, 2010, inclusive.

The addresses shown on the Register are the last known addresses of each person, used only to aid in distinguishing between people with the same or similar names.

The public are invited to scrutinise the list of names and to advise the Chief Immigration Officer by way of an Objection Form of:

(a) any errors in their own entry; or

(b) in that of others; or

(c) of any names that should not be on the list

An error with, or change of, an address does not count as an error because addresses appear only for identification purposes. Objection forms are available from the Department of Immigration.

Subject to the provisions of the Bermudian Status by Birth or Grant Register Act, 1992, any child who was born in Bermuda on or after 1 July 1956 to a parent who was Bermudian at the time of the child's birth, and that Bermudian parent's name appears on the Register, can have his or her name added onto the Register by completing a simple, explanatory form [Form 5(2)].

Applications, accompanied by the appropriate documents and fee, or objections accompanied by the statutory fee of $5.00, should be addressed to:

The Chief Immigration Officer

The Department of Immigration

P.O. Box HM 1364

Hamilton HM FX

or delivered to:

The Department of Immigration

Government Administration Building

30 Parliament Street

Hamilton HM 12

NO. 222

CLEAN AIR ACT

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO

CONSTRUCT A CONTROLLED PLANT

Pursuant to Part II of the Clean Air Rules 1993, application has been made to the Environmental Authority for a permit to construct a controlled plant as follows:

NAME OF APPLICANT

Mr. Paul Leseur

ADDRESS OF THE PROPOSED

CONTROLLED PLANT

"Peppers"

19 Wreck Road

Sandys SB 01

DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED

CONTROLLED PLANT

One Sanyo 820 watts photovoltaic electrical generation system to provide electrical supply.

This application is available for inspection at the Department of Environmental Protection during normal working hours. Any person wishing to object to the proposed plant may, within 14 days of the date of this publication, lodge their objection with the Department of Environmental Protection, 169 South Road, Paget DV 04. Letters of objection must state the name and address of the objector; the grounds of the objection; whether the objector has an interest in land near to that which the application relates; and be signed by the objector.

DATE: 22 March 2010

NO. 223

CLEAN AIR ACT

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO

CONSTRUCT A CONTROLLED PLANT

Pursuant to Part II of the Clean Air Rules 1993, application has been made to the Environmental Authority for a permit to construct a controlled plant as follows:

NAME OF APPLICANT

Mr. Stuart Kriendler

ADDRESS OF THE PROPOSED

CONTROLLED PLANT

"Lapin Rose"

15 Between the Walls

Pembroke HM 06

DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED

CONTROLLED PLANT

One Solon (4 x 230 W) photovoltaic electrical generation system to provide electrical supply.

This application is available for inspection at the Department of Environmental Protection during normal working hours. Any person wishing to object to the proposed plant may, within 14 days of the date of this publication, lodge their objection with the Department of Environmental Protection, 169 South Road, Paget DV 04. Letters of objection must state the name and address of the objector; the grounds of the objection; whether the objector has an interest in land near to that which the application relates; and be signed by the objector.

DATE: 22 March 2010

No. 224

ACTING APPOINTMENT

MINISTRY OF LABOUR, HOME AFFAIRS & HOUSING

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS

COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTIONS

Mr. Clarence W. Davis, Assistant Commissioner of Corrections, has been appointed to act as Commissioner of Corrections for the period of April 1 - April 11, 2010, inclusive.

Kenneth S. Dill

Head of the Civil Service

NO. 225

APPOINTMENT TO THE PERMANENT POLICE TRIBUNAL

THE POLICE ACT 1974

In accordance with Section 29D of the Police Act 1974, His Excellency the Governor is pleased to appoint Ms Cheryl Ann Mapp as a member of the Permanent Police Tribunal with effect from 16 March 2010, expiring on 15 March 2013.

David Arkley

Deputy Governor

NO. 226

Notice is hereby given that applications have been made to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, by the following persons for the grant of Bermudian status under the provisions of section 19A of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act, 1956, (viz: has been married to the same Bermudian for ten [10] continuous years, during that marriage has been ordinarily resident in Bermuda for seven [7] years, the last two [2] years of which must be continuous to the date of application; has been living together with his/her Bermudian spouse as husband and wife continuously for the two [2] years immediately preceding his/her application; and is of good character and conduct.)

MITCHELL, Janice Cynthia, 6 Long Point Lane, Sandys Parish

PATEL, Bina Parshottam, 3 Friendly Lane, Sandys Parish

N.B. Any person who knows if any of the above provisions have not been fulfilled, or why Bermudian status should not be granted to the applicants, should send a written statement to the Chief Immigration Officer, Department of Immigration, P.O. Box HM 1364, Hamilton HMFX no later than 12 April, 2010.

NO. 227

THE ASSENT OF THE GOVERNOR WAS GIVEN ON THE 19th

DAY OF MARCH, 2010 TO THE FOLLOWING:

Criminal Code Amendment Act 2010

Institute of Chartered Accountants of Bermuda Amendment Act 2010

Jurors Amendment Act 2010

Private Investigators and Security Guards Amendment Act 2010

Public Service Superannuation Amendment Act 2010

Summary Offences Amendment Act 2010

NO. 228

THE PSYCHOLOGICAL PRACTITIONERS ACT, 1998

Pursuant to the requirements of Section 11 of The Psychological Practitioners Act, 1998, notice is hereby given that the following name has been entered in the Register of Psychological Practitioners, for the period of March 3, 2010 to March 2, 2013:-

AMANDA KIM MARSHALL

Marlene Christopher

Registrar General

No. 229

The Charities Act, 1978

Registered Charitable Organizations

The following is a list of charitable organizations registered to date in accordance with The Charities Act, 1978. Expiry dates of registration are indicated where applicable.

Name of Charity Reg # Expiry Date

ADULT EDUCATION SCHOOL 229

AFRICAN DIASPORA HERITAGE TRAIL BERMUDA

FOUNDATION 799 10/06/2010

AGE CONCERN (BERMUDA) 137

AL MARKAZ AL ISLAMI 593

ALLIANCE FRANCAISE DES BERMUDES 537

ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA, SIGMA XI OMEGA IVY FUND 703 12/08/2010

ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY, INC. (USA) EPSILON

THETA LAMBDA CHAPTER 553

ALTRUSA INTERNATIONAL INC. OF BERMUDA 4

ALZHEIMER'S FAMILY SUPPORT GROUP (BERMUDA) 320

AMERICAN LADIES IN BERMUDA 103

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF BERMUDA (THE) 443

AMIGOS DE TERCEIRA IDADE FRIENDS OF SENIOR

CITIZENS 577 16/12/2010

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL BERMUDA 239

AMPUTEE ASSOCIATION OF BERMUDA 739 21/10/2010

ANGLICAN CHURCH OF BERMUDA (THE) 306

ANSWERING THE CRY OF THE POOR 802 13/05/2010

ASSOCIATION FOR THE MENTALLY HANDICAPPED OF

BERMUDA 77

ASSOCIATION OF CANADIANS IN BERMUDA 566

ASSOCIATION OF FILIPINOS IN BERMUDA (THE) 529

BANK OF BERMUDA FOUNDATION 595

BARBADOS ASSOCIATION OF BERMUDA (THE) 401

BATWA SEATON PEOPLES CENTER 700 15/04/2010

BER-MAZING RACE 860 08/07/2010

BERKELEY EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY 124

BERKELEY INSTITUTE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION (THE) 470

BERKELEY INSTITUTE PARENT-TEACHER-STUDENT'S

ASSOCIATION 111

BERMUDA AGRICULTURAL GROUP (THE) 475

BERMUDA AIR QUALITY CONTROL FOUNDATION 853 07/04/2011

BERMUDA ALL BREED CLUB (THE) 479

BERMUDA AMATEUR SWIMMING ASSOCIATION 148

BERMUDA ARTS CENTRE AT DOCKYARD 244

BERMUDA ASSOCIATION FOR THE EDUCATION OF

YOUNG CHILDREN 460

BERMUDA ASTHMA AND ALLERGY SUPPORT GROUP

(THE) 459

BERMUDA AUDUBON SOCIETY 99

BERMUDA AUTISM SUPPORT & EDUCATION SOCIETY 590

BERMUDA BALL HOCKEY ASSOCIATION 669 10/06/2010

BERMUDA BIBLE SOCIETY 482

BERMUDA BICYCLE ASSOCIATION 219

BERMUDA BOAT PARADE 538

BERMUDA BOTANICAL SOCIETY 249

BERMUDA BOWLING FEDERATION 487

BERMUDA BRANCH OF THE BRITISH RED CROSS

SOCIETY 113

BERMUDA CANCER & HEALTH CENTRE 70

BERMUDA CIVIC BALLET 98

BERMUDA COLLEGE TRUST 341

BERMUDA CONFERENCE BRANCH OF THE YPD OF

THE A.M.E. CHURCHES 159

BERMUDA COUNCIL FOR DRUG-FREE SPORT 716 10/06/2010

BERMUDA COUNSELLORS ASSOCIATION 467

BERMUDA CRAFTMARKET LTD. (THE) 572

BERMUDA CRICKET BOARD OF CONTROL 350

BERMUDA CRICKET UMPIRES ASSOCIATION 823 09/03/2011

BERMUDA DEBATE SOCIETY (THE) 325

BERMUDA DIABETES ASSOCIATION 143

BERMUDA EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE TRUST (THE) 310

BERMUDA EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIANS

ASSOCIATION BERMUDA 328

BERMUDA END - TO - END 558

BERMUDA ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY

TASKFORCE (also known as BEST) 858 13/05/2010

BERMUDA EQUESTRIAN FEDERATION 214

BERMUDA FELINE ASSISTANCE BUREAU 332

BERMUDA FENCING FEDERATION 456

BERMUDA FESTIVALS PURPOSE TRUST 439

BERMUDA FINE ART TRUST 288

BERMUDA FOUNDATION 216

BERMUDA FOUNDATION FOR INSURANCE STUDIES

(THE) 440

BERMUDA FOUNDATION FOR THE ARTS 494

BERMUDA GIRL GUIDES ASSOCIATION 34

BERMUDA GIRLS IN TRAINING 175

BERMUDA GOLF FOUNDATION 141

BERMUDA GYMNASTICS ASSOCIATION 296

BERMUDA HEALTH FOUNDATION 674

BERMUDA HEART FOUNDATION (THE) 352

BERMUDA HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS CHARITABLE

TRUST 358

BERMUDA HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS P.T.A. 56

BERMUDA HISTORICAL SOCIETY 191

BERMUDA HOCKEY FEDERATION 190

BERMUDA HOSPICE TRUST (THE) 293

BERMUDA HOSPITALS BOARD 351

BERMUDA HOWARD UNIVERSITY ALUMNI CLUB 163

BERMUDA INSTITUTE ACADEMY DEVELOPMENT

ASSOCIATION 552

BERMUDA INSTITUTE OF OCEAN SCIENCES formally

The Bermuda Biological Station for Research Inc. 116

BERMUDA INSURANCE INSTITUTE 649

BERMUDA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL PURPOSE

TRUST (THE) 465

BERMUDA INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE INSTITUTE 531

BERMUDA ISLAND GAMES ASSOCIATION 632

BERMUDA ISLANDS ASSOCIATION OF THE DEAF

(B.I.A.D.) 168

BERMUDA JUNIOR SERVICE LEAGUE 106

BERMUDA KARATE ORGANIZATION 315

BERMUDA LAWN TENNIS ASSOCIATION 844 1 2/01/2011

BERMUDA LIFE SKILLS GROUP 434

BERMUDA MARITIME MUSEUM ASSOCIATION 136

BERMUDA MARATHON DERBY SPORTING

ENTERPRISES 800 10/06/2010

BERMUDA MARTIAL ARTS FEDERATION 492

BERMUDA MENTAL HEALTH FOUNDATION (THE) 394

BERMUDA MUSICAL DRAMATIC SOCIETY TRUST (THE) 600

BERMUDA NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SOCIAL

WORKERS 773 16/12/2010

BERMUDA NATIONAL DRUMLINE ACADEMY 756 10/03/2011

BERMUDA NATIONAL LITERACY CHARITABLE TRUST 608

BERMUDA NATIONAL TRUST 81

BERMUDA NURSES ASSOCIATION 374

BERMUDA OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSOCIATION 560

BERMUDA OLYMPIC ASSOCIATION 47

BERMUDA OPTIMIST DINGHY ASSOCIATION 662

BERMUDA OVERSEAS MISSIONS 758 13/05/2010

BERMUDA PACERS TRACK CLUB 757 08/07/2010

BERMUDA PARALYMPIC ASSOCIATION 570

BERMUDA PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY (THE) 323

BERMUDA PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED ASSOCIATION 088

BERMUDA POLICE BENEVOLENT FUND 2

BERMUDA POLICE MARINE SEARCH AND RESCUE

ASSOCIATION, (THE) 441

BERMUDA RED CROSS CHARITABLE TRUST (THE) 419

BERMUDA REGIMENT CHARITABLE TRUST (THE) 670

BERMUDA ROWING ASSOCIATION 697 14/10/2010

BERMUDA RUGBY FOOTBALL UNION 641

BERMUDA SAILING ASSOCIATION 525

BERMUDA SAILORS HOME (THE) 151

BERMUDA SANSHOU ASSOCIATION (BSA) 767 13/01/2011

BERMUDA SCHIZOPHRENIA SOCIETY 307

BERMUDA SCHOOL OF MUSIC 483

BERMUDA SCHOOL SPORTS FEDERATION LIMITED 152

BERMUDA SEA CADET ASSOCIATION 37

BERMUDA SEARCH AND RESCUE INSTITUTE 117

BERMUDA SENIOR ISLANDERS' CENTRE 663

BERMUDA SHARKS SWIM CLUB 356

BERMUDA SLOOP FOUNDATION 545

BERMUDA SMARTRISK 586

BERMUDA SOCIETY FOR THE BLIND 90

BERMUDA SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF

CRUELTY TO ANIMALS 86

BERMUDA SOCIETY OF ARTS 115

BERMUDA SQUASH RACQUETS ASSOCIATION JUNIOR

PROGRAMME 549

BERMUDA STROKE & FAMILY SUPPORT ASSOCIATION 361

BERMUDA SUB-AQUA CLUB 186

BERMUDA SUZUKI ASSOCIATION (THE) 312

BERMUDA TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION

COLLABORATIVE 569

BERMUDA TRACK AND FIELD ASSOCIATION 180

BERMUDA TRIATHLON ASSOCIATION 416

BERMUDA UNDERWATER EXPLORATION INSTITUTE

(THE) 326

BERMUDA VOLLEYBALL ASSOCIATION 646

BERMUDA WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION 140

BERMUDA YOUTH SPORTS PROGRAM 342

BERMUDA ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY 179

BERMUDIAN HERITAGE ASSOCIATION 406

BETHANY TRUST (THE) 348

BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF BERMUDA 139

BLACK ALLIANCE (THE) 690 15/04/2010

BROTHERHOOD/SISTERHOOD OF BERMUDA 810 18/11/2010

BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION

OF BERMUDA (THE) 353

BYTE CLASS OF BERMUDA (THE) (B.C.O.B.) 578 16/02/2011

C.A.R.E. COMPUTER SERVICES SCHOLARSHIP FUND 511

CADA formerly CENTRE FOR ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE

PREVENTION 102

CARON BERMUDA 806 21/10/2010

CEDARBERRY ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE ACADEMY 870 09/03/2011

CEDARBRIDGE ACADEMY P.T.S.A. 583

CENTRE LIMITED (THE) Formerly The New Theatre Ltd 464

CHAIN REACTION BERMUDA (RACHAEL'S CHALLENGE) 695 13/05/2010

CHARLES BASCOME MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP 602

CHILD WATCH 783 16/02/2011

CHILD'S WISH 501

CHILDREN NEED SPORTS 795 13/01/2011

CHRYSALIS FOUNDATION 862 14/10/2010

CITIZENS UPROOTING RACISM IN BERMUDA (CURB) 768 16/12/2010

CLARA MOHAMMED SCHOOL, IPTSA 647 14/10/2010

CLEARWATER MIDDLE SCHOOL P.T.A. 504

COALITION FOR THE PROTECTION OF CHILDREN (THE) 334

COMMITTEE OF 25 FOR HANDICAPPED CHILDREN 15

COMPUTER SOCIETY OF BERMUDA LTD. (THE) 535

CONCEPTS IN MOTION DANCE COMPANY LIMITED 784 08/07/2010

CONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATION OF BERMUDA

SCHOLARSHIP FUND 794 16/12/2010

CONTINENTAL SOCIETY OF BERMUDA 6

CORNERSTONE FOUNDATION 737 16/12/2010

CRIME STOPPERS BERMUDA 410

CTY BERMUDA formerly Institute for Talented Students in

Affliation with John Hopkins University for Talented Youth 603

DALTON E TUCKER PRIMARY SCHOOL PARENT

TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Formerly Southampton Glebe

Primary School P.T.A 133

DE BOYS' DAY OUT CLUB 625

DELLWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL PARENTS & TEACHERS

ASSOCIATION 522

DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, INC. BERMUDA

ALUMNAE CHAPTER 596

DENTON HURDLE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND. 237

DEVONSHIRE COLTS FOOTBALL CLUB 715 08/07/2010

DOLPHIN SWIM TEAM OF BERMUDA 430

DUKE OF EDINBURGH'S AWARD, BERMUDA (THE) 540

EAST END PRIMARY PTA 225

EASTERN LIONESS/LIONS CLUB 495

EEMA EMERGENCY RELIEF FUND (EAST END

MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION EMERGENCY RELIEF

FUND) 322

ELIZA DOLITTLE SOCIETY, BERMUDA (THE) 567

ELLIOTT SCHOOL PARENT/TEACHERS ASSOCIATION 63

EWAN SAMPSON SCHOLARSHIP TRUST 500

FAIR HAVENS CHRISTIAN CARE ASSOCIATION 318

FAMILY CENTRE (THE) (previously THE FAMILY

LEARNING CENTRE) 378

FATHERS' RESOURCE CENTRE (THE) 493

FEED MY LAMBS MINISTRY 863 14/10/2010

FESTIVAL FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF THE

PERFORMING ARTS 202

FIGHT FOR LIFE 797 04/11/2010

FOCUS 371

FOSTER PARENTS ASSOCIATION 620 12/01/2011

FRANCIS PATTON SCHOOL P.T.A. 277

FRANCIS TELFORD NURSING HOME 865 04/11/2010

FREEMASONS FUND FOR BERMUDA 197

FRIENDS OF BERMUDA CATHEDRAL 404

FRIENDS OF HOPE ACADEMY LIMITED 722 10/06/2010

FRIENDS OF HOSPICE 391

FRIENDS OF LEFROY HOUSE ASSOCIATION (THE) 393

FRIENDS OF THE BERMUDA LIBRARY 309

FRIENDS OF THE COLLEGE LIBRARY (FOCL) 607

GARDEN CLUB OF BERMUDA (THE) 354

GILBERT INSTITUTE PARENT TEACHERS ASSOCIATION 122

GILBERT & SULLIVAN SOCIETY OF BERMUDA (THE) 333

GINA SPENCE PRODUCTIONS IN CHRIST (GSPIC) 856 13/05/2010

GLOBAL ARTS YOUTH INITIATIVES FOUNDATION 685 18/01/2011

GUILD OF THE HOLY COMPASSION (THE) 142

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF BERMUDA 557

HAMILTON LIONESS LIONS CLUB 251

HAMILTON LIONS CLUB 18

HAMILTON ROTARY CLUB 278

HAMILTON TRUST COMPANY LIMITED, TRUSTEE OF

THE ANDREW MORRISON CHARITABLE TRUST 606

HANDS OF LOVE MINISTRY 421

HARBOUR AMATEUR SWIMMING CLUB 203

HARRINGTON SOUND PRIMARY SCHOOL

ASSOCIATION 11

HEAD II FOOT FOUNDATION 824 21/10/2010

HERON BAY SCHOOL P.T.A. 489

HEYDON TRUST (THE) 79

HOPE 4 LIFE 839 13/01/2011

HOPE MINISTRIES 587

HOSPITALS AUXILIARY OF BERMUDA 14

IMPACT MENTORING ACADEMY 835 12/08/2010

INSTITUTE OF BERMUDA ARCHITECTS 836 16/02/2011

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ADMINISTRATIVE

PROFESSIONALS (BERMUDA CHAPTER) 438

INTERNATIONAL CHARITABLE FUND OF BERMUDA,

INC. 400

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S CLUB - BERMUDA (THE) 444

ISIS FOUNDATION (THE) 508

JAMAICAN ASSOCIATION (BERMUDA) 611

JEWISH COMMUNITY OF BERMUDA 643 10/06/2010

JIKETSU MARTIAL PRODUCTIONS (FOUNDATION) 712 04/11/2010

JUST BETWEEN US 399

KALEIDOSCOPE ARTS FOUNDATION 765 14/10/2010

KARDIAS CLUB 51

KEEP BERMUDA BEAUTIFUL COMMITTEE 26

KEY WOMEN OF BERMUDA 74

KIWANIS CLUB OF HAMILTON, BERMUDA (THE) 119

KIWANIS CLUB OF SANDYS 502

KIWANIS CLUB OF ST. GEORGE'S 485

KNOWLEDGE QUEST 631

LA LECHE LEAGUE OF BERMUDA 345

LADY CUBITT COMPASSIONATE ASSOCIATION (THE)

(L.C.C.A.) 87

LAW STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF BERMUDA 777 18/11/2010

LEARNING DISABILITIES ASSOCIATION OF BERMUDA 397

LIONS CLUBS OF BERMUDA 672

LIVE HEALTHY BERMUDA FOUNDATION 841 21/10/2010

LUPUS ASSOCIATION OF BERMUDA 282

MASTERWORKS FOUNDATION 259

MATILDA SMITH WILLIAMS SENIORS RESIDENCE 145

MEALS ON WHEELS BERMUDA 109

MEET-A-MUM ASSOCIATION (MAMA) 431

MENUHIN FOUNDATION (THE) 118

MID ISLAND STRIDERS TRACK CLUB 598

MONTESSORI EDUCATION TRUST (THE) 291

MOTHER EVE SCHOOL 805 16/12/2010

MOUNT ST. AGNES ACADEMY ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 64

MOUNT ST. AGNES ACADEMY HOME AND SCHOOL

ASSOCIATION 200

MOUNT ST. AGNES FOUNDATION 220

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY OF BERMUDA 336

NATIONAL DANCE FOUNDATION OF BERMUDA 299

NEVERLAND FOUNDATION (THE) 543

NO CHILD GOES WITHOUT 833 09/03/2011

NORTH VILLAGE BAND WOMEN'S AUXILIARY 130

NORTH VILLAGE COMMUNITY CLUB 861 14/10/2010

NORTHERN CARIBBEAN UNIVERSITY ALUMNI

ASSOCIATION BERMUDA CHAPTER 847 09/03/2011

NORTHLANDS PRIMARY SCHOOL PARENT TEACHERS

ASSOCIATION 366

OLD ELLIOTT SCHOOL TRUST (THE) 317

OLD STATE HOUSE PRESERVATION SOCIETY (THE) 576

OMEGA PHI PSI FRATERNITY, INCORPORATED 614

OPEN AIRWAYS 458

OPERATION RALEIGH BERMUDA 313

OPERATION REACHBACK, INC. 512

OPERATION RESPECT, BERMUDA 678

ORANGE VALLEY SCHOOL P.T.A. 138

ORCHID CHARITY CLUB 9

ORDER OF ST. JOHN (BERMUDA) ST. JOHN

AMBULANCE BRIGADE 114

OSTOMY ASSOCIATION OF BERMUDA 128

OUTWARD BOUND BERMUDA 420

P.A.L.S. 171

P.A.R.E.N.T.S./PARENTS ANONYMOUS OF BERMUDA 302

PACKWOOD OLD FOLKS HOME 10

PAGET LIONS CLUB OF BERMUDA (THE) 265

PAGET PRIMARY SCHOOL P.T.A. 209

PAGET TITANS YOUTH PROGRAM 871 09/03/2011

PASSPORTS TO COLLEGE OF BERMUDA 828 10/06/2010

PEMBROKE HAMILTON CLUB FOUNDATION 727 18/11/2010

PEMBROKE ROTARY CLUB 383

PHENOMENAL PEOPLE.... Living, Loving & Learning 755 08/07/2010

PHYSICAL ABUSE CENTRE 146

PORT ROYAL PARENT TEACHERS ASSOCIATION 177

PORTUGUESE CULTURAL ASSOCIATION 385

PRIDE (BERMUDA) 303

PRISON FELLOWSHIP BERMUDA 300

PROJECT 100 242

PROJECT ACTION 561

PROJECT CHANGE BERMUDA 740 12/08/2010

PROSPECT PRIMARY SCHOOL P.T.A. 379

RAFIKI FOUNDATION BERMUDA 617

RALEIGH INTERNATIONAL BERMUDA ("RIB") 710 15/04/2011

READING CLINIC (THE) 126

RESIDENT FAMILY COUNCIL (THE) 581

RESTORERS OF HOPE 709 09/03/2011

ROSS 'BLACKIE' TALBOT CHARITY CLASSIC 520

ROSS "BLACKIE" TALBOT FOUNDATION (THE) 597

ROYAL ARTILLERY ASSOCIATION 120

ROYAL BRITISH LEGION (BERMUDA) 809 16/02/2011

ROYAL LIFE SAVING SOCIETY BERMUDA BRANCH 658 15/04/2010

S.T.A.R. (SUPPORTIVE THERAPY FOR A.I.D.S VICTIMS

AND THEIR RELATIVES ) 247

SAIL TRAINING ASSOCIATION OF BERMUDA (THE) 612

SALTUS ASSOCIATION (THE) 105

SALVATION ARMY (THE) 93

SANDYS 360 FOUNDATION formerly SANDYS

SECONDARY SCHOOL FOUNDATION 644

SANDYS SECONDARY MIDDLE SCHOOL 498

SAVE OPEN SPACES (S.O.S) 409

SCA, Inc. - SHIRE DE BERMUDEZ 866 04/11/2010

SCOUT ASSOCIATION (THE) - BERMUDA BRANCH 35

SEA VENTURE TRUST (THE) 212

SENIORS LEARNING CENTRE ("SLC") 684

SEPIA GROUP (THE) 484

SEPTEMBER 5th FOUNDATION 708 12/08/2010

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH OF BERMUDA

(THE) 110

SMITH QUINTUPLETS CHARITY FUND (THE) 316

SOMERS ISLES JUNIOR CHAMBER 36

SOMERSET PRIMARY SCHOOL P.T.A. 174

SPECIAL OLYMPICS BERMUDA 196

SPICE VALLEY MIDDLE SCHOOL TRUST 507

SPIRIT OF BERMUDA CHARITABLE TRUST (THE) 486

ST. DAVID'S ISLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY 506

ST. DAVID'S PRIMARY P.T.A. 453

ST. DAVIDS'S ISLANDERS & NATIVE COMMUNITY 827 18/11/2010

ST. GEORGE'S FOUNDATION (THE) 454

ST. GEORGE'S HISTORICAL SOCIETY & MUSEUM 478

ST. GEORGE'S PARISH COUNCIL 503

ST. GEORGE'S PREPARATORY SCHOOL P.T.A. 541

ST. GEORGE'S SECONDARY COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION 384

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY 173

SUMMER COMMUNITY PROGRAMME FOR

HANDICAPPED ADULTS 149

SUMMERHAVEN TRUST (THE) 227

SUNSHINE LEAGUE (THE) 95

T.N. TATEM MIDDLE SCHOOL PARENT-TEACHERS

ASSOCIATION formelly Spice Valley Middle School Parent

Teachers Association 517

TAE DURHAM CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION FOR

PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED CHILDREN 565

TALL SHIPS BERMUDA LIMITED 826 15/04/2010

TEACHERS RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB 499

TEAM TUNED MOTORCYCLE RACING 855 15/04/2010

TEEN SERVICES/TEEN HAVEN 71

THE AERIE FOUNDATION 711 16/12/2010

THE AON RHONDELLE TANKARD MEMORIAL FUND

SCHOLARSHIP 676

THE BERMUDA AMERICAN FRIENDSHIP SOCIETY LTD. 859 10/06/2010

THE BERMUDA ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE

AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 734 14/10/2010

THE BERMUDA BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION 450

THE BERMUDA HOSPITALS CHARITABLE TRUST

(BHCT) 683

THE BERMUDA NETBALL ASSOCIATION 831 16/02/2011

THE BERMUDA READING ASSOCIATION 776 16/12/2010

THE CENTRE ON PHILANTHROPY 335

THE CHEWSTICK FOUNDATION 857 13/05/2010

THE COMPANY 412

THE COUNSELING CENTRE LTD. 867 18/11/2010

THE DOG TRAINING CLUB OF BERMUDA 832 14/10/2010

THE FLYERS TRACK CLUB 769 21/10/2010

THE FOOTBALL ACADEMY 759 15/04/2010

THE FRIENDS OF ST. PETER'S CHURCH 775 10/06/2010

THE HOTT 1075 COMMUNITY CHARITY FOUNDATION 742 16/02/2011

THE INSPIRE CHILDREN'S FOUNDATION 868 12/01/2011

THE KABUL WATER PROJECT 869 09/03/2011

THE KIDFEST FOUNDATION 645

THE LEARNING EXPRESS ACADEMY PARENT/

TEACHERS ASSOCIATION 731 16/12/2010

THE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION OF BERMUDA 854 15/04/2010

THE NEW BEGINNINGS EDUCATION TRUST 864 21/10/2010

THE SPECIALIZED YOUTHS ARTS CHARITY 679 21/10/2010

THE YOUNG PHENOMENAL WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION 803 16/02/2011

TOMORROW'S VOICES - BERMUDA AUTISM EARLY

INTERVENTION CENTRE 816 16/12/2010

TRANSFORMING ARTS ASSOCIATION 798 08/07/2010

TREY D. SWAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND 694 16/12/2010

UNITED WORLD COLLEGES BERMUDA NATIONAL

COMMITTEE 346

UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK- BERMUDA ALUMNI

CHAPTER 446

VICTOR SCOTT SCHOOL PARENT TEACHERS

ASSOCIATION 96

VISITOR INDUSTRIES PARTNERSHIP (VIP) 515

WARWICK ACADEMY ASSOCIATION 157

WATERSTART LTD. 591

WEST END ATHLETIC CLUB 542

WEST END SCHOOL PARENT TEACHERS ASSOCIATION 61

WEST INDIAN ASSOCIATION (BERMUDA) 514

WEST PEMBROKE PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION 33

WEST PEMBROKE PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY 308

WESTERN STARS SPORTS CLUB 657

WESTMEATH TRUSTEES 206

WHITNEY INSTITUTE SCHOOL ASSOCIATION (W.I.S.A.) 344

WILLING WORKERS OF BERMUDA (THE) 548

WILLOWBANK FOUNDATION (THE) 433

WINDREACH formerly BERMUDA RIDING FOR THE

DISABLED LTD. 92

WINDREACH BERMUDA TRUST (THE) 386

WOMEN'S AUXILIARY, SOMERSET BRIGADE BAND 48

WOMEN'S RESOURCE CENTRE (FORMERLY RAPE

CHRISIS CENTRE) 267

WORD OF LIFE, BERMUDA 579

WORLD VISION INC. 274

YOUNG LIFE CAMPAIGN IN BERMUDA 91

YOUNG MEN'S SOCIAL CLUB FOOTBALL

REDEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 720 13/05/2010

YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP INITIATIVE OF BERMUDA 616 14/10/2010

YOUTH FORUM 435

YOUTH NET 414

YOUTH ON THE MOVE BERMUDA LIMITED 780 13/05/2010

NO. 230

ACTING APPOINTMENT

MINISTRY OF HEALTH

PERMANENT SECRETARY

Mrs. Valerie Robinson James, Director of Statistics, has been appointed to act as Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Health during the period 29th March to 2nd April 2010 inclusive.

Kenneth S. Dill

Head of the Civil Service

NO. 231

TRADE/SERVICE MARKS

Notice is hereby given that person who has grounds of Opposition to the registration of any of the Marks advertised herein according to the Classes under the heading "Trademark Applications advertised before Registration" may within two months from the date of this publication lodge with the Registrar Notice of Opposition in writing in duplicate accompanied by a fee of $93 payable either by cheque made payable to the Accountant General, by cash or by Revenue Stamp obtainable at the Office of the Accountant General.

N.B. All trademarks are published under the NICE CLASSIFICATION (Eighth Edition) NCL (8)

TRADEMARKS APPLICATIONS ADVERTISED BEFORE REGISTRATION

Applications for registration in Part A are shown with the Official Number unaccompanied by any Letter.

Applications for in Part B are distinguished by the Letter B prefixed to the Official Number.

Class 5

Proceeding by reason of Section 18 (4) UK Trademark No.2451990

46768. Pharmaceutical preparations, in vitro diagnostic agents and reagents for medical and scientific purposes; all included in class 5. F.HOFFMANN-LA ROCHE AG, Grenzacherstrasse 124, 4070 Basel, Switzerland - 04/04/2007. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 26560, 40987, 40990, 40994, 46769, 46770

Class 16

Proceeding by reason of Section 18 (4) UK Trademark No.2451990

46769. Printed matter; teaching and instructional material for research and in the field of scientific, medical and technical laboratory matters; all included in class 16. F.HOFFMANN-LA ROCHE AG, Grenzacherstrasse 124, 4070 Basel, Switzerland - 04/04/2007. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 26560, 40987, 40990, 40994, 46768, 46770

Class 41

Proceeding by reason of Section 18 (4) UK Trademark No.2451990

46770. Training; education and further education in the field of scientific, medical, technical laboratory matters and for research; publishing of electronic publications, also in the internet; all included in class 41. F.HOFFMANN-LA ROCHE AG, Grenzacherstrasse 124, 4070 Basel, Switzerland - 04/04/2007. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 26560, 40987, 40990, 40994

Class 36

OMNI SILVER

Registration of this mark shall give no right to the exclusive use of the word "Silver". By consent of the Proprietor of Trademark no. 40292

48409. Insurance and financial services; all included in class 36. AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL GROUP, INC., 70 Pine Street, New York, New York 10270, United States of America - 15/08/2008. Address for service is COX HALLETT WILKINSON, P O Box HM 1561, Hamilton HM FX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 48410

Class 36

OMNI GOLD

Registration of this mark shall give no right to the exclusive use of the word "Gold". By consent of the Proprietor of Trademark no. 40292

48410. Insurance and financial services; all included in class 36. AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL GROUP, INC., 70 Pine Street, New York, New York 10270, United States of America - 15/08/2008. Address for service is COX HALLETT WILKINSON, P O Box HM 1561, Hamilton HM FX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 48409

Class 3

Registration of this mark shall give no right to the exclusive use, separately, of a letter "B" and "R"

48445. Soaps, perfumery, essential oils, cosmetics, hair lotions, dentifrices; all included in class 3. BANANA REPUBLIC (ITM) INC., of 2 Folsom Street, San Francisco, California, United States of America - 29/08/2008. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.

Class 44

LA PRAIRIE

The mark consists of a French word meaning "The Meadow."

48554. Hygienic and beauty care for human beings; beauty salon and spa services; allocation and supply of information in the internet regarding the use of cosmetics and beauty care services; all included in class 44. LABORATOIRES LA PRAIRIE SA, Industriestrasse 8, 8604 Volketswil, Zurich, Switzerland - 08/10/2008. Address for service is APPLEBY, Canon's Court, 22 Victoria Street, Hamilton HM 12, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 48555, 48652

Class 5

48580. Pharmaceuticals, namely, prateasome inhibitors; and pharmaceutical preparations for treatment of myelomas, leukemias and cancer; pharmaceutical preparations for use in chemotherapy; all included in class 5. MILLENNIUM PHARMACEUTICALS, INC., 40 Landsdowne Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States of America - 10/10/2008. Address for service is APPLEBY, Canon's Court, 22 Victoria Street, Hamilton HM 12, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 41107

Class 9

INGENUITY WELCOME

48695. Batteries; Rechargeable electric batteries; solar powered batteries; battery chargers; electric and electronic control systems for machines; electric and electronic controls for facilities management control systems, namely, heating, ventilating, air conditioning, refrigeration, energy, lighting, fire alarm, and security access systems, and component and replacement parts thereof; Automatic pressure control machines and instruments that react to temperature and pressure for heating and air conditioning; apparatus to measure and control, namely, electric, electronic, electromechanical, and pneumatic controllers, sensors for controllers, thermostats, humidistats; electric actuators; automatic valves and dampers; control devices to monitor and control the functioning of other electronic devices; control devices, integrated into vehicles or portable transceivers, for activation of garage door openers, gates, entry door locks, interior and exterior lighting, security systems, heating and cooling systems, filing systems and electrical appliances; electrical control systems for garage-door openers, gates, entry door locks, interior and exterior lighting, security systems, heating and cooling systems and electrical appliances; electrical systems for control of lighting, seat adjustment, climate control, security, window and door operation, and mirror adjustment in the interior of land vehicles; computer software and operating system software for onsite, remote and internet-based operations used to operate building automation control systems, namely, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration, energy, lighting, fire alarm, and security access systems for industrial, commercial and governmental facilities; audio systems and audio system components; satellite navigation systems in the nature of a global positioning systems; electrical directional compasses for vehicles; audio and video entertainment systems for vehicles; electronic modular systems for automobiles, sold as a unit, composed of interchangeable powered and unpowered modules for entertainment, navigation, communication, air purification and radar detection; tire pressure monitoring equipment, namely, visual displays, wheel sensors and audible alarms, and parts for all above identified goods; electric relays; electromagnetic solenoid valves; electric motor- driven furnace damper operators; automatic electrical switches, particularly pressure- operated switches, float-operated switches, vacuum-operated switches, and humidity- operated switches; electronic valves for controlling gas or fluids; sensors for heating, ventilating, air conditioning, lighting and refrigeration equipment; all included in Class 9. JOHNSON CONTROLS TECHNOLOGY COMPANY, 915 East 32nd Street, Holland, Michigan 49423, United States of America - 10/11/2008. Address for service is APPLEBY, Canon's Court, 22 Victoria Street, Hamilton HM 12, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 48696, 48697

Class 11

INGENUITY WELCOME

48696. Environmental control apparatus, namely, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning units, heat pumps, portable spot cooling units, air and water cooled condensing units, air handlers and de-humidifiers; cooling evaporators; separators for cleaning and purification of air; snow making equipment, namely, underground pressured water and compressed air pipes, air coolers, sold as a unit and replacement parts therefor; Heating equipment, namely, heating furnaces; gas burners; heat exchangers; ventilating equipment, namely exhaust fans; air conditioning apparatus and refrigeration equipment, namely, fans, chillers, cooling coils sprayers and pumps; valves used in refrigeration; non-mechanical seperators for oil or refrigerators; all included in class 11. JOHNSON CONTROLS TECHNOLOGY COMPANY, 915 East 32nd Street, Holland, Michigan 49423, United States of America - 10/11/2008. Address for service is APPLEBY, Canon's Court, 22 Victoria Street, Hamilton HM 12, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 48695, 48697

Class 37

INGENUITY WELCOME

48697. Installation, maintenance, and repair of environmental control systems for buildings; installation, maintenance, and repair of systems for providing heating, ventilating, air conditioning, refrigeration, energy, lighting, fir alarm, and security access systems for industrial, commercial, governmental facilities; installation, maintenance, and repair of refrigeration systems, fire detection and alarm systems, security access systems, and computer systems for facility management controls; all included in class 37. JOHNSON CONTROLS TECHNOLOGY COMPANY, 915 East 32nd Street, Holland, Michigan 49423, United States of America - 10/11/2008. Address for service is APPLEBY, Canon's Court, 22 Victoria Street, Hamilton HM 12, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 48695, 48696

Class 33

Registration of this mark shall give no right to the exclusive use of the word "ONE". The Dutch words "Ketel" and "Citroen" appearing in the mark mean "kettle" and "lemon".

The mark is limited to the colours "Black (Pantone Process Black C), Yellow (Pantone 116 C), Silver(Panfone 877 C), Grey(Kurz Alufin Special, Pantone 447 C),Red(Pantone 711 C), Green (Pantone 7491 C), Blue (Pantone 7458 C), Golden(Pantone 872 C) and white as shown on the form of the application.

48993. Alcoholic beverages (except beers); all included in class 33. DOUBLE EAGLE BRANDS N.V., Kaya W.F.G. Mensing 32,WILLEMSTAD, CURAÇAO, Netherlands Antilles - 20/04/2009. Address for service is Firstmark, Swan Building, 26 Victoria Street, Hamilton HM12, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 28795, 45650, 48994

Class 30

49080. Coffee, tea, cocoa, sugar, rice, tapioca, sago, artificial coffee; flour and preparations made from cereals, bread, pastry and confectionery, ice cream; honey, treacle; yeast, baking-powder; salt, edible salt, mustard; vinegar, sauces (condiments), dressings for salad; spices; ice; coffee, tea, cocoa and chocolate drinks; iced tea; coffee and cocoa preparations for making alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages; cereals for human consumption, including oat flakes and other cereal flakes; food flavorings; sweets, candy, fruit gums, chocolate, chocolate products, pralines with liqueur fillings; chocolate mixtures containing alcohol; chewing gums; fruit and muesli bars; all included in class 30. RED BULL GmbH, Am Brunnen 1, 5330 Fuschl am See, Austria - 19/06/2009. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 49081, 49082

Class 32

49081. Non alcoholic beverages including refreshing drinks, energy drinks, whey beverages, isotonic, hypertonic and hypotonic drinks (for use and/or as required by athletes); beer, malt beer, wheat beer, porter, ale, stout and lager; non alcoholic malt beverages; mineral water and aerated waters; fruit drinks and fruit juices; syrups, essences and other preparations for making beverages as well as effervescent (sherbet) tablets and effervescent powders for drinks and non-alcoholic cocktails; all included in class 32. RED BULL GmbH, Am Brunnen 1, 5330 Fuschl am See, Austria - 19/06/2009. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 49080, 49082

Class 33

49082. Alcoholic beverages (except beers); hot and mixed alcoholic drinks, including alcoholic energy drinks, mulled wine and mixed drinks containing milk; alcoholic malt beverages, malt liquor; wines, spirits and liqueurs; alcoholic preparations for making beverages; spirit or wine-based cocktails and aperitifs; beverages containing wine; all included in class 33. RED BULL GmbH, Am Brunnen 1, 5330 Fuschl am See, Austria - 19/06/2009. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 49080, 49081

Class 43

49084. Services for providing food and drink, including bar services, cafés, cafeterias, canteens, snack bars, restaurants, self-service restaurants; food and drink catering; temporary accommodation including hotels, boarding houses, holiday camps, tourist homes, motels; temporary accommodation reservations; boarding for animals; rental of transportable buildings, bars and tents; rental of chairs, tables, table linen, glassware and bar equipment; all included in class 43. RED BULL GmbH, Am Brunnen 1, 5330 Fuschl am See, Austria - 19/06/2009. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 49080, 49081, 49082

Class 21

CUISINART

49140. pots and pans, kitchen utensils; containers, namely serving bowls, platters and items used to store or serve food; dinnerware, glassware; all included in class 21. CONAIR CORPORATION, 1 Cummings Point Road, Stamford, CT 06902, United States of America - 14/07/2009. Address for service is COX HALLETT WILKINSON, 18 Parliament Street, Hamilton HM12, Bermuda.

Class 5

49171. Pharmaceutical preparations and substances; all included in class 5. ASTELLAS PHARMA INC., 3-11, Nihonbashi-Honcho 2-chome, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan - 22/07/2009. Address for service is APPLEBY, Canon's Court, 22 Victoria Street, Hamilton HM 12, Bermuda.

Class 32

The mark is limited to the colours blue, white, red and gold as shown on form of application. Registration of this mark shall give no right to the exclusive use of the word "Lite"

49182. Beers; mineral and aerated waters and other non-alcoholic drinks, fruit drinks and fruit juices; syrups and other preparations for making beverages; all included in class 2. MILLER BREWING INTERNATIONAL, INC., 3939 West Highland Boulevard, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53208, United States of America - 04/08/2009. Address for service is SMITH & CO, P O Box HM 2893, Hamilton HM LX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 10955, 11192, 26296, 27046, 31347, 6048, 8686

Class 9

BLACKBERRY APP WORLD

49186. Scientific, nautical, surveying, photographic, cinematographic, optical, weighing, measuring, signalling, checking (supervision), life-saving and teaching apparatus and instruments; apparatus for recording, transmission or reproduction of data, sound or images; magnetic data carriers, recording discs; calculating machines, data processing equipment and computers; computer software; electronic handheld units for the wireless transmission of data and/or voice signals; accessories for electronic handheld units for the wireless transmission of data and/or voice signals namely batteries, battery doors, car kits, chargers and charging pods, headsets, adapters, desk stands, docking cradles, computer cables, cases, totes and holsters; computer communication software for the synchronization, transmission and sharing of data, calendar, content and messaging between one or more electronic handheld units and data stored on or associated with a computer; all included in class 9. RESEARCH IN MOTION LIMITED, 295 Philip Street, Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3W8, Canada - 06/08/2009. Address for service is COX HALLETT WILKINSON, P O Box HM 1561, Hamilton HM FX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 41907, 41908, 41909, 41910, 41911, 41912, 41998, 41999, 46413, 46414, 46771, 46772, 47367, 48304, 48305, 48306, 48456, 48457, 48458, 49190, 49191, 49192

Class 35

BLACKBERRY APP WORLD

49187. Advertising services; on-line retail store services; providing business information; marketing services; all included in class 35. RESEARCH IN MOTION LIMITED, 295 Philip Street, Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3W8, Canada - 06/08/2009. Address for service is COX HALLETT WILKINSON, P O Box HM 1561, Hamilton HM FX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 47363

Class 36

BLACKBERRY APP WORLD

49188. Facilitating on-line payment services; all included in class 36. RESEARCH IN MOTION LIMITED, 295 Philip Street, Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3W8, Canada - 06/08/2009. Address for service is COX HALLETT WILKINSON, P O Box HM 1561, Hamilton HM FX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 47364

Class 38

BLACKBERRY APP WORLD

49190. Telecommunication; providing access to the Internet providing access to electronic databases, providing access to GPS (Global Positioning System) navigation services; provision of connectivity services and access to electronic communications networks, for transmission or reception of audio, video or multimedia content; provision of connectivity services and access to electronic communications networks for transmission or reception of computer software and applications; web casting services; e-mail service; delivery of messages by electronic transmission; wireless data messaging services, particularly services that enable a user to send and/or receive messages through a wireless data network; one-way and two-way paging services; transmission and reception of voice communication services; electronic transmission of computer software and applications via the internet and other computer and electronic communication networks and wireless devices; broadcasting; broadcasting or transmission of radio programs; broadcasting or transmission of streamed and downloadable digital audio and video content via computer and other communications networks; telecommunications consultation, namely providing information to third parties to assist them in developing and integrating one-way or two-way wireless connectivity to data, including corporate and home/personal data, and/or voice communications; all included in class 38. RESEARCH IN MOTION LIMITED, 295 Philip Street, Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3W8, Canada - 06/08/2009. Address for service is COX HALLETT WILKINSON, P O Box HM 1561, Hamilton HM FX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 41907, 41908, 41909, 41910, 41911, 41912, 41999, 46413, 46414, 46771, 46772, 47366, 47367, 48304, 48305, 48306, 48456, 48457, 48458, 49186, 49192

Class 41

BLACKBERRY APP WORLD

49191. Education; providing of training entertainment services; sporting and cultural activities; information related thereto; publishing organization of games; education and training services, namely, classes, seminars and conferences for the purpose of providing information to third parties to assist them in using developing and supporting wireless connectivity devices and related wireless connectivity and computer communication software; all included in class 41. RESEARCH IN MOTION LIMITED, 295 Philip Street, Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3W8, Canada - 06/08/2009. Address for service is COX HALLETT WILKINSON, P O Box HM 1561, Hamilton HM FX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 41907, 41908, 41909, 41910, 41911, 41912, 41999, 42000, 46413, 46414, 46771, 46772, 47366, 47367, 48304, 48305, 48306, 48456, 48457, 48458, 49186, 49190, 49192

Class 42

BLACKBERRY APP WORLD

49192. Scientific and technological services and research and design services relating thereto; industrial analysis and research services; design and development of computer hardware and software; software as a service (SAAS) services; providing search engines for obtaining data via communications networks; internet services; searching, browsing and retrieving information, sites, and other resources available on global computer networks and other communication networks for others; consultancy and technical support services relating to computer hardware and software, to telecommunication and GPS (Global Positioning System) services; providing on-line facilities, via a global computer network and other computer and electronic communication networks, to enable users to program audio, video, movies, text and other multimedia content; technical support services, namely, updating and maintenance of computer software and troubleshooting support programs for diagnosis, and resolution of wireless connectivity devices and related computer software and hardware problems; licensing of computer software;all included in class 42. RESEARCH IN MOTION LIMITED, 295 Philip Street, Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3W8, Canada - 06/08/2009. Address for service is COX HALLETT WILKINSON, P O Box HM 1561, Hamilton HM FX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 41907, 41908, 41909, 41910, 41911, 41912, 41998, 41999, 46413, 46414, 46771, 46772, 47366, 47367, 48304, 48305, 48306, 48456, 48457, 48458, 49190, 49191

Class 29

AMIRA

49194. Meat, fish, poultry and game, meat extracts, preserved, dried and cooked fruits and vegetables, jellies, jams, fruit sauces, eggs, milk and other dairy products, edible oils and fats and pickles; all included in class 29

. AMIRA FOODS (INDIA) LTD., 54, Prakriti Marg, Sultanpur Farms, Mehrauli, New Delhi - 110 030, India - 06/08/2009. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 49195, 49196

Class 30

AMIRA

49195. Coffee, tea, cocoa, sugar, rice tapioca, sago, artificial coffee; flour and preparations made from cereals, bread, pasty and confectionery, ices; honey, treacle; yeast, baking powder; salt, mustard; vinegar, sauces (condiments); spices; ice; all included in class 30. AMIRA FOODS (INDIA) LTD., 54, Prakriti Marg, Sultanpur Farms, Mehrauli, New Delhi - 110 030, India - 06/08/2009. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 49194, 49196

Class 32

AMIRA

49196. Beers, mineral and aerated waters and other non-alcoholic drinks, fruit drinks and fruit juices; syrups and other preparations for making beverages; all included in class 32. AMIRA FOODS (INDIA) LTD., 54, Prakriti Marg, Sultanpur Farms, Mehrauli, New Delhi - 110 030, India - 06/08/2009. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 49194, 49195

Class 29

GOODLENGTH

49197. Meat, fish, poultry and game, meat extracts, preserved, dried and cooked fruits and vegetables, jellies, jams, fruit sauces, eggs, milk and other dairy products, edible oils and fats and pickles; all included in class 29

. AMIRA FOODS (INDIA) LTD., 54, Prakriti Marg, Sultanpur Farms, Mehrauli, New Delhi - 110 030, India - 06/08/2009. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 49198

Class 30

GOODLENGTH

49198. Coffee, tea, cocoa, sugar, rice tapioca, sago, artificial coffee; flour and preparations made from cereals, bread, pasty and confectionery, ices; honey, treacle; yeast, baking powder; salt, mustard; vinegar, sauces (condiments); spices; ice; all included in class 30. AMIRA FOODS (INDIA) LTD., 54, Prakriti Marg, Sultanpur Farms, Mehrauli, New Delhi - 110 030, India - 06/08/2009. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 49197

Class 29

INDIGO

49199. Meat, fish, poultry and game, meat extracts, preserved, dried and cooked fruits and vegetables, jellies, jams, fruit sauces, eggs, milk and other dairy products, edible oils and fats and pickles; all included in class 29

. AMIRA FOODS (INDIA) LTD., 54, Prakriti Marg, Sultanpur Farms, Mehrauli, New Delhi - 110 030, India - 06/08/2009. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 49200

Class 30

INDIGO

49200. Coffee, tea, cocoa, sugar, rice tapioca, sago, artificial coffee; flour and preparations made from cereals, bread, pasty and confectionery, ices; honey, treacle; yeast, baking powder; salt, mustard; vinegar, sauces (condiments); spices; ice; all included in class 30. AMIRA FOODS (INDIA) LTD., 54, Prakriti Marg, Sultanpur Farms, Mehrauli, New Delhi - 110 030, India - 06/08/2009. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 49199

Class 34

CAMEL

49207. Tobacco, whether manufactured or unmanufactured; smoking tobacco, pipe tobacco, hand rolling tobacco, chewing tobacco; cigarettes, cigars, cigarillos; substances for smoking sold separately or blended with tobacco, none being for medicinal or curative purposes; snuff; smokers articles; cigarette papers, cigarette tubes and matches; all included in class 34. JAPAN TOBACCO INC., 2-2-1 Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan - 10/08/2009. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 179, 34112, 48626, 48627, 48628, 48629, 48630, 627

Class 35

Registration of this mark shall give no right to the exclusive use of the letters A, G and C except as appears in the mark.

49216. Advertising; business management; business administration; office functions; agencies for export and import services; all included in class 35. ALOKOZAY FZE, P.O. Box 18165, Jebel Ali Free Zone, Dübai, United Arab Emirates - 14/08/2009. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.

Class 29

It is a condition of registration that the blank space within the mark shall, when the mark is in use, be occupied only by matter of a wholly descriptive and non trade-mark character.

49217. Meat, fish, poultry and game, meat extracts, preserved, dried and cooked fruits and vegetables, jellies, jams, fruit sauces, eggs, milk and milk products, yogurt, edible oils and fats; all included in class 29. ALOKOZAY FZE, P.O. Box 18165, Jebel Ali Free Zone, Dubai, United Arab Emirates - 14/08/2009. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 45594, 45595, 49218

Class 30

It is a condition of registration that the blank space within the mark shall, when the mark is in use, be occupied only by matter of a wholly descriptive and non trade-mark character.

49218. Coffee, tea, cocoa, sugar, tapioca, sago, artificial coffee, flour and preparation made from cereals, bread, pastry and confectionary, ices, honey, treacle, yeast, baking-powder, salt, mustard, vinegar, sauces, spices; ice cream, chocolates and ketchup; all included in class 30. ALOKOZAY FZE, P.O. Box 18165, Jebel Ali Free Zone, Dubai, United Arab Emirates - 14/08/2009. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 45594, 45595, 49217

Class 41

Registration of this mark shall give no right to the exclusive use of the letters "i" and "b" except as appears in the mark. The mark contains the French words meaning "World School". The mark contains Spanish words meaning "World School".

49236. Educational services, namely providing education information, educational examination, organization of exhibitions for educational purposes; boarding schools; teaching; tuition; all included in class 41. INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE ORGANIZATION (IBO), Route des Morillons 15, CH-1218 Le Grand-Saconnex, Genève, Switzerland - 19/08/2009. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 49129

Class 36

Registration of this mark shall give no right to the exclusive use of the letters '"A", "C" and "R" separate and apart from the mark.

49249. Accident insurance underwriting; consultancy (insurance); evaluation (insurance); financial evaluation (insurance); fire insurance underwriting; health insurance underwriting; information (insurance); insurance underwriting; life insurance underwriting; marine insurance underwriting; provision of financial/insurance information; provision of insurance services to reinsurance companies; reinsurance; reinsurance services; all included in class 36. ACR CAPITAL HOLDINGS PTE. LTD., 143 Cecil Street, 10th Floor, GB Building, Singapore, 069542, Singapore - 26/08/2009. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.

Class 9

MOBLIN

49252. Scientific, nautical, surveying, photographic, cinematographic, optical, weighing, measuring, signalling, checking (supervision), life-saving and teaching apparatus and instruments; apparatus and instruments for conducting, switching, transforming, accumulating, regulating or controlling electricity; apparatus for recording, transmission or reproduction of sound or images; magnetic data carriers, recording discs, automatic vending machines and mechanisms for coin-operated apparatus; cash registers, calculating machines, data processing equipment and computers; fire- extinguishing apparatus; computers, computer hardware; semiconductors; microprocessors and other semiconductor devices; integrated circuits; computer chipsets; computer motherboards; microcomputers; computer peripherals; software programmable microprocessors; notebook and laptop computers; portable computers; handheld computers; mobile computers; personal digital assistants; mobile internet devices; computer software; computer software for use in developing software applications for mobile computers and mobile computing platforms; computer firmware, namely, computer operating system software, computer utility software and other computer software; computer and telecommunications networking hardware; computer and telecommunications networking software for wireless network communications and connectivity; wireless modems and communication cards; mobile telephones; navigation devices for use in vehicles; information and entertainment systems for use in vehicles; all included in class 9. INTEL CORPORATION, 2200 Mission College Boulevard, Santa Clara, California 95052-8119, United States of America - 27/08/2009. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 49253

Class 42

MOBLIN

49253. Scientific and technological services and research and design relating thereto; industrial analysis and research services; legal services; providing information in the field of software; design and development of hardware and software; all included in class 42. INTEL CORPORATION, 2200 Mission College Boulevard, Santa Clara, California 95052-8119, United States of America - 27/08/2009. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 49252

Class 29

49309. Preserved, dried and cooked fruits and vegetables; Jellies, jams (preserves); cheese; yogurt; milk and other dairy products; edible oils and fats; peanut butter; dairy based creamers; dips; all in Class 29. HEXION SPECIALTY CHEMICALS, INC., 180 East Broad Street, 24th Floor, Columbus, Ohio 43215, United States of America - 23/09/2009. Address for service is SMITH & CO, P O Box HM 2893, Hamilton HM LX, Bermuda.

Class 34

49338. Tobacco, raw or manufactured; tobacco products, including cigars, cigarettes, cigarillos, tobacco for roll your own cigarettes, pipe tobacco, chewing tobacco, snuff tobacco, kretek; snus; tobacco substitutes (not for medical purposes); smokers' articles, including cigarette paper and tubes, cigarette filters, tobacco tins, cigarette cases and ashtrays, pipes, pocket apparatus for rolling cigarettes, lighters; matches; all included in class 34. PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3, 2000 Neuchatel, Switzerland - 29/09/2009. Address for service is COX HALLETT WILKINSON, P O Box HM 1561, Hamilton HM FX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 21763, 2760, 40729, 42044, 42046, 42112, 45445, 46430, 46452, 46596, 47832, 48117, 48258, 48300, 48301, 48311, 48312, 48520, 48631, 48632, 48746, 48774, 48924, 48946, 48947, 49000, 49001, 49023, 49042, 49073, 49405

Class 32

CORONA EXTRA

Registration of this mark shall give no right to the exclusive use of the word "Extra"

49339. Beers; mineral and aerated waters and other non-alcoholic drinks; fruit drinks and fruit juices; syrups and other preparations for making beverages; all included in class 32. CERVECER'A MODELO, S.A. DE C.V., Lago Alberto No.156, Col. Anáhuac, C.P. 11320, México D.F., Mexico - 29/09/2009. Address for service is COX HALLETT WILKINSON, P O Box HM 1561, Hamilton HM FX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 30310, 31225, 49340, 49341

Class 32

CORONITA EXTRA

Registration of this mark shall give no right to the exclusive use of the word "Extra"

49340. Beers; mineral and aerated waters and other non-alcoholic drinks; fruit drinks and fruit juices; syrups and other preparations for making beverages; all included in class 32. CERVECER'A MODELO, S.A. DE C.V., Lago Alberto No.156, Col. Anáhuac, C.P. 11320, México D.F., Mexico - 29/09/2009. Address for service is COX HALLETT WILKINSON, P O Box HM 1561, Hamilton HM FX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 30310, 31225, 49339, 49341

Class 32

CORONA LIGHT

Registration of this mark shall give no right to the exclusive use of the word "Light"

49341. Beers; mineral and aerated waters and other non-alcoholic drinks; fruit drinks and fruit juices; syrups and other preparations for making beverages; all included in class 32. CERVECER'A MODELO, S.A. DE C.V., Lago Alberto No.156, Col. Anáhuac, C.P. 11320, México D.F., Mexico - 29/09/2009. Address for service is COX HALLETT WILKINSON, P O Box HM 1561, Hamilton HM FX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 30310, 31225, 49339, 49340

Class 38

Application under Section 24 for a series of 3 marks. The second mark in the series is limited to the colours blue and yellow and the third mark in the series is limited to the colours white, yellow and blue as shown on the form of application.

49381. Computer services, namely, provision of access to data or documents stored electronically through interactive voice and data systems for use in capturing electronic data; all included in class 38. INDEPENDENT CONSULTING SOLUTIONS, Suite 751, 48 Par-la-ville Road, Hamilton, HM12, Bermuda - 16/10/2009. Address for service is COX HALLETT WILKINSON, P O Box HM 1561, Hamilton HM FX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 49382

Class 42

Application under Section 24 for a series of 3 marks. The second mark in the series is limited to the colours blue and yellow and the third mark in the series is limited to the colours white, yellow and blue as shown on the form of application.

49382. Computer-related consultancy services; computer-network related consultancy services; Internet-related consultancy services; computer program-related consultancy services and the delivery of online applications; all included in class 42. INDEPENDENT CONSULTING SOLUTIONS, Suite 751, 48 Par-la-ville Road, Hamilton, HM12, Bermuda - 16/10/2009. Address for service is COX HALLETT WILKINSON, P O Box HM 1561, Hamilton HM FX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 49381

Class 34

49405. Tobacco, raw or manufactured; tobacco products, including cigars, cigarettes, cigarillos, tobacco for roll your own cigarettes, pipe tobacco, chewing tobacco, snuff tobacco, kretek; snus; tobacco substitutes (not for medical purposes); smokers' articles, including cigarette paper and tubes, cigarette filters, tobacco tins, cigarette cases and ashtrays, pipes, pocket apparatus for rolling cigarettes, lighters; matches; all included in class 34. PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3, 2000 Neuchatel, Switzerland - 28/10/2009. Address for service is COX HALLETT WILKINSON, P O Box HM 1561, Hamilton HM FX, Bermuda.

To be associated with mark no: 2760, 40729, 42046, 42112, 45445, 46596, 47832, 48117, 48300, 48301, 48311, 48312, 48520, 48631, 48632, 48746, 48774, 48924, 48946, 48947, 49000, 49001, 49023, 49042, 49073, 49338

Class 3

ABSOLUTELY ME

49414. Soaps, perfumeries, essential oils, preparations for body and beauty care, hair lotions, dentifrices; all included in class 3. MULHENS GmbH & CO. KG, Venloer Strasse 241-245, 50823 Köln, Germany - 12/11/2009. Address for service is COX HALLETT WILKINSON, P O Box HM 1561, Hamilton HM FX, Bermuda.

Class 9

VANTAGE

46924. Electrical and electronic devices in the field of building automation systems, namely building automation controllers, keypads, remote controls, RS-232 stations, power enclosure hubs, thermostat stations, relay stations, input stations, output stations, infra-red emitter stations, dimmer stations, LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) control stations, relay modules, dimming modules, remote infra-red receivers, DMX (Digital Multiplexed Signals) communication stations, radio frequency transceivers, and modems for operating building environmental condition systems, water systems, audio/video systems, and building amenities; computer programs for building automation systems; building control systems comprised of closed circuit television receivers, apparatus and instruments for control of closed circuit television apparatus, video recorders; computers and computer software for controlling security and building monitoring systems, video transmission and relay apparatus and instruments, joysticks, signal switching apparatus for security purposes, multiplexers, control panels for security purposes, closed circuit television switching apparatus and instruments for security purposes; and parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods but not including parts and fittings in the nature of electric storage batteries; all included in class 9. VANTAGE CONTROLS, INC., 1061 South 800 East, Orem, Utah 84097, United States of America - 25/05/2007. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.

Class 14

GEOFFREY BEENE

49416. Jewelry; all included in class 14. GEOFFREY BEENE, LLC, 37 West 57th Street, New York, New York 10019, United States of America - 16/11/2009. Address for service is APPLEBY, Canon's Court, 22 Victoria Street, Hamilton HM 12, Bermuda.

Class 18

GEOFFREY BEENE

49417. Leather goods; all included in class 18. GEOFFREY BEENE, LLC, 37 West 57th Street, New York, New York 10019, United States of America - 16/11/2009. Address for service is APPLEBY, Canon's Court, 22 Victoria Street, Hamilton HM 12, Bermuda.

Class 19

JARDINE

49418. Building materials (non-metallic); non-metallic rigid pipes for building; asphalt, pitch and bitumen; transportable buildings, not of metal; monuments, not of metal; buildings, not of metal; apartment buildings, not of metal; commercial buildings, not of metal; industrial buildings, not of metal; portable buildings, not of metal; offices [non-metallic buildings]; signalling panels and signs; offices (non-metallic buildings); commercial buildings made principally of non-metallic materials; non-metallic private dwelling houses; apartment buildings (not of metal); advertisement columns and structures; non-luminous and non-mechanical signs, not of metal; all included in class 19. JARDINE MATHESON (BERMUDA) LTD., Jardine House 33-35 Reid Street, Hamilton, Bermuda - 16/11/2009. Address for service is APPLEBY, Canon's Court, 22 Victoria Street, Hamilton HM 12, Bermuda.

Class 30

BAGEL BITES

48944. Preparations made from bread and pastry; all included in class 30. H.J. HEINZ COMPANY, 1PPG Place, Suite 3100 Pittsburgh, PA 15222, United States of America - 10/03/2009. Address for service is FIRSTMARK LTD, P.O. Box HM 3088, Hamilton HM NX, Bermuda.

NO. 232

THE LIQUOR LICENCE ACT, 1974

CENTRAL DISTRICT

A Special Session of The Liquor Licensing Authority for the year 2010/2011 will be held at the Magistrate's Court No. 1 at 9:15 a.m. on Monday the 19th day of April, 2010 to hear the applications for the grant/transfer of the following licences for the year 2010/2011.

Name/Location

CLASS: 'A' LICENCE

Burrows Lightbourn Ltd. Peter Dawson Burrows Lightbourn Ltd.

2 Addendum Lane

Pitts Bay Road

Pembroke

Burrows Lightbourn Ltd. Allan Marshall Burrows Lightbourn Ltd.

Corner Manse & Harbour Roads

Paget

Burrows Lightbourn Ltd. Valerie Bean Burrows Lightbourn Ltd.

127 Front Street

East Broadway

Hamilton

The Market Place Robert Adair Shopping Centre

Victoria Street

Hamilton

The Market Place Jerry Dobbins A-1 Limited

Middle Road

Paget

The Market Place Ronald Tripp Modern Mart

Middle Road

Paget

The Market Place Tom Kunz The Market Place

Church Street

Hamilton

The Market Place Tom Dale Price Rite

Mills Creek Road

Pembroke

Lindo's Market Ltd. Giorgio Zanol Lindo's Market Ltd.

Watlington Road

Devonshire

The Garden Market Manuel Mendonca The Garden Market

Delia Mendonca 13 Serpentine Road

Pembroke

Howards Mini Mart Ltd. Dilton Caines Howards Mini Mart Ltd.

Middle Road

Devonshire

Miles Market Ltd. Alan Leamey Miles Market

The Waterfront

96 Pitts Bay Road

Pembroke HM 08

Bermuda Wines & Spirits Anthony G. Cannonier Bermuda Wines & Spirits Co. Ltd Co. Ltd.

15 Front Street

Hamilton

Carousel Liquors Edgar E. Ward Carousel Liquors

137 Front Street

Hamilton

Celestina DeSilva Celestina DeSilva Empire Grocery

12 North Shore Road

Devonshire DV 01

Premier Distributors Ltd. John Paul Flood Premier Distributors Ltd.

Rui Paul Fortuna 6 Hermitage Road

Devonshire FL 01

Belvin's Variety Devonshire / George Swan Belvin's Variety

George Swan 1 Vesey Street

Devonshire DV 06

Point Convenience Mart Stephen Brian DeSilva Point Convenience Mart

Ridgeway Hill

Spanish Point

Pembroke

Tredick Gorham David Haskins The Supermart Ltd.

125 Front Street

Hamilton

Messrs. Craig Colin Soares Messrs. Craig C. and M. Soares & Son

and Dean Andrew Soares Dean A. Soares 26 Main Spanish Point

Road

Pembroke HM 01

Gosling's Limited Elis Frazzoni Gosling's Limited

9 Dundonald Street

Hamilton HM 10

Gosling's Limited Elis Frazzoni Gosling's Wine Shop

9 Dundonald Street

Hamilton HM 10

Gosling's Limited Andre DeSilva Gosling's Limited

33 Front Street

Hamilton HM 11

Serpentine Liquors Helen Dennis, Serpentine Liquors

Jason Dennis 15 Serpentine Road

Pembroke HM 07

Raymond Michael Desilva Pamela J. Douglas Front Street Wines &

Spirits

57 Front Street

Hamilton

Joseph Anthony DaCosta Joseph Anthony Happy Valley Mini Mart

DaCosta 23 Happy Valley Road

Pembroke HM 18

Andrew Correia Wayne Correia C-mart

96 Langton Hill

North Shore

Pembroke HM 09

CLASS: 'A' LICENCE LIMTED TO BEER AND WINE ONLY

Gibbons Company Limited Paula Clarke Gibbons Company

Limited

21 Reid Street

Hamilton HM 11

George Grundmuller George Grundmuller Brown & Co.

Nicole Warren 35 Front Street

Hamilton HM 11

George Grundmuller George Grundmuller Phoenix Stores Ltd.

Darlene Simons 3 Reid Street

Hamilton HM 11

Malacca Limited (Trading John M. Sharpe New World Wines

as New World Wines) Lot #7

Harvey Road

Paget

Discovery Wines Limited David Butterfield Discovery Wines

5 Bakery Lane

Pembroke HM 07

CLASS: 'B'

Places Enterprises Limited Ivan Place Place's Place

43 Dundonald Street

Hamilton HM 10

Casey's Limited Gladwin A. Phillips Casey's Lounge

25 Queen Street

Hamilton HM 11

CLASS: RESTAURANT LICENCE

Ten George Heracleous Ten

10 Dundonald Street

Hamilton HM 11

Port O'Call Restaurant George Heracleous Port O'Call Restaurant

87 Front Street

Hamilton

Lobster Pot & Boathouse Bar Edward Bardgett, Lobster Pot & Boathouse

Lynn Bardgett Bar

6 Bermudiana Road

Hamilton

Harbourside Holdings Chris Garland, Flanagan's Irish Pub,

Deon Mills Outback Sports Bar

Emporium Building

69 Front Street

Hamilton

Miles Restaurants Ltd. Alan Leamey Harry's

The Waterfront

96 Pitts Bay Road

Pembroke HM 08

Associated Cuisine Limited Claudio Vigilante Fresco's Restaurant

#2 Chancery Lane

Hamilton

Associated Express Limited Claudio Vigilante Silk Thai Cuisine

#54 Front Street

Masters Building

Hamilton

Skylark Inn Arthur Eugene Wolffe Bootsie's Comedy Club

123 Front Street

Hamilton

Taps Ltd. Anthony White, The Docksider

Reed Young 121 Front Street

Hamilton

Spring Garden Restaurant Victor Rudolph Alleyne Spring Garden Restaurant

& Bar & Bar

19 Reid Street

Hamilton

Ascots / Cuisine Management Edmund Smith, Ascots

Ltd. Angelo Armand 24 Rosemont Avenue

Pembroke

Lemon Tree Café Brendan Huttick Gourmand Limited

7 Queen Street

Hamilton HM 11

Sil-con Investments Ltd. Gary Correia-Silva Coconut Rock

Williams House

Reid Street

Hamilton

Christof Regittnig Christoff Regittnig, Red Carpet

Patricia Sousa 37 Reid Street

Hamilton

John L. Williams Helmut Koban Café Continental

16 Burnaby Street

Hamilton

Bda. Restaurants Ltd. Karen Arrowsmith Chopsticks

-Burgess 88 Reid Street East

Hamilton HM 12

Bda. Restaurants Ltd. Michael Sheehy Rosa's Cantina

121 Front Street

Hamilton HM 12

Philip Barnett Samantha Maguire The Pickled Onion

53 Front Street

Hamilton

Philip Barnett Lucien Marele Barracuda Grill

5 Burnaby Hill

Hamilton

Philip Barnett Paul Bourgeault Hog Penny Restaurant

& Pub

5 Burnaby Hill

Hamilton

Philip Barnett Robert Saunders Latin and Rumbaºr

29 Victoria Street

Hamilton

Geraldine Rodrigues Ashok Uppal, House of India

Geraldine Rodrigues 57 North Street

Hamilton HM 17

Lido Complex / Tropicana Ennio Lucarini Lido Complex

Limited Elbow Beach Hotel

60 South Shore

Paget PG 04

Tropicana Limited Ennio Lucarini Mickey's

Elbow Beach Hotel

60 South Shore

Paget PG 04

The Harbourfront Limited Pier Angelo Lanfranchi The Harbourfront

40 Crow Lane

Pembroke HM 19

Angelo Buglione Angelo Buglione Splendido (formerly

Horizons Restaurant)

33 South Shore Road

Paget PG 04

Little John Limited Jillian Summers Robin Hood Pub &

Restaurant

25 Richmond Road

Pembroke HM 08

Fourways Operations Ltd. Emilio Barbieri / Café Four

Andreas Detzer Windsor Building

18 Queen Street

Hamilton HM 11

Mark John Turner Mark John Turner Mad Hatters

22 Richmond Road

Pembroke HM 08

La Trattoria Limited Nicola Russo La Trattoria Restaurant

22 Washington Lane

Hamilton HM 11

Little Venice Limited Costanzo Di Meglio Little Venice Restaurant

& Wine Bar

32 Bermudiana Road

Hamilton HM 11

Little Venice Limited Costanzo Di Meglio L'Oriental Restaurant

32 Bermudiana Road

Hamilton HM 11

Little Venice Ltd. Costanzo Di Meglio LV's Lounge

12 Bermudiana Road

Hamilton HM 11

Gregory Leon Wilson Gregory Leon Wilson Greg's Steak House

39 Church Street

Hamilton HM 12

Primavera Ltd. Odilio Angeli Primavera Ristorante

69 Pitt's Bay Road

Hamilton West HM 08

Richard Olson Richard Olson, The Bermuda Bistro

Duncan Adams 103 Front Street

Hamilton

Bolero Restaurant Jonathan Roberts Bolero Restaurant

97 Front Street

Hamilton HM 12

Gosling's Limited Elis Frazzoni Gosling's Wine Cellar

9 Dundonald Street

Hamilton HM 10

CCDT Management Group Craig Nesbitt Swinging Doors

22 Court Street

Hamilton HM 10

Portofino Holdings Limited Simone Maranzana, Portofino Restaurant &

Giovanni Gugliemucci Alfresco Dining

20 Bermudiana Road

Hamilton HM 11

CLASS: RESTAURANT LIMITED TO BEER AND WINE ONLY

Little Venice Limited Costanzo Di Meglio L'Oriental Express

Maxwell Roberts Building

(Corner Church / Par-la-

Ville)

Hamilton

Little Venice Limited Costanzo Di Meglio L'Oriental Express East

Ground Floor

Atlantis Building

47 Victoria Street

Hamilton HM 12

CLASS: AL FRESCO DINING LICENCE

Port O'Call Restaurant George Heracleous Port O'Call Restaurant

87 Front Street

Hamilton

Ten Dundonald Ltd. Rebecca Wheller Ten Café & Bar

10 Dundonald Street

Hamilton

CLASS: MEMBER'S CLUB

The Queen's Club Officers of the Queen's The Queen's Club

Club Park House

Cnr. Victoria Street/Cedar

Avenue

Hamilton

Blue Waters Anglers Club Mr. Jay Simmons Blue Waters Anglers Club

28 East Broadway

Hamilton

Vasco Da Gama Club Rui Paul Fortuna Vasco Da Gama Club

51 Reid Street

Hamilton HM 12

The Bermuda Sailors' Home Carson Eugene Bean The Bermuda Sailor's

Inc. (Mariners' Club) Home Inc.

22 Richmond Road

Pembroke HM 08

Royal Hamilton Amateur Brian Bjers Royal Hamilton Amateur

Dinghy Club Dinghy Club

25 Pomander Road

Paget PG 05

Bermuda Musical & Dramatic Nathaniel Butterfield Bermuda Musical &

Society Dramatic Society

Dundonald Street

Hamilton

The Bermuda Bridge Club Richard W. Gray The Bermuda Bridge Club

7 Pomander Road

Paget PG 05

Bermuda Squash Racquets Committee of Bermuda Squash

Association Management Racquets Association

111 Middle Road

Devonshire DV 06

B.A.A. (Bermuda Athletic Committee of B.A.A. Club

Association) Management 24 Woodlands Road

Pembroke HM 07

Spanish Point Boat Club Scott Barnes Spanish Point Boat Club

13 Spanish Point Road

Pembroke HM 01

Leopard's Club International Committee of Leopard's Club

Management International

12 Brunswick Street

Hamilton HM 10

Devonshire Recreation Club Committee of Devonshire Recreation

Management Club

20 Frog Lane

Devonshire DV 01

Young Men's Social Club Frederick Lewis Young Men's Social Club

32 Angle Street

Hamilton HM 10

Mid-Atlantic Boat & Sports Committee of Mid-Atlantic Boat &

Club Management Sports Club

37 North Shore Road

Devonshire

CLASS: HOTEL

Elbow Beach Hotel & Frank P. Stocek Elbow Beach Hotel

Development Co. Ltd. 60 South Shore Road

Paget PG 04

Hamilton Properties Limited Jonathan Crellin The Fairmont Hamilton

Princess Hotel

76 Pitt's Bay Road

Hamilton

Christopher Evans Christopher Evans Horizons & Cottages

33 South Road

Paget PG 04

Brickman (Bermuda) Ltd. David Woodhead The Coral Beach Club

34 South Shore Road

Paget

Newstead Belmont Hills Bushara Bushara Newstead Belmont Hills

Resort & Spa Golf

Resort & Spa

27 Harbour Road

Paget PG 02

Fourways Inn Limited Emilio Barbieri Fourways Inn Cottage

Colony

1 Middle Road

Paget PG BX

Captain's Lounge Paul Musson Captain's Lounge

13 Reid Street

Hamilton HM 11

CLASS: NIGHTCLUB

Bar One Limited Claudio Vigilante Opus Café Lounge

#4 Bermudiana Road

Hamilton

The Spinning Wheel Gladwin Ming The Spinning Wheel

33 Court Street

Hamilton HM 10

CLASS: PERMIT FOR ASSOCIATION OR ORGANISATION TO SELL

INTOXICATING LIQUOR

Ex-Artillerymen's Association Committee of Ex-Artillerymen's

Management Association

72 Victoria Street

Hamilton HM 12

CLASS: TOUR BOAT LICENCE

Geralyn D. Roberts Geralyn D. Roberts Consort Cruises Ltd.

Bermuda Charters Anthony Mello Bermuda Charters

Jolly Roger Travis Lewis, Jolly Roger

Sean Correia

Brian W. Billings Brian W. Billings Bright Star II

Gloria Prescott Gloria Prescott Lady Charlotte

Gloria Prescott Gloria Prescott Lady Tamara

Bermuda Snorkeling Cruises Michael Hayward Explorer

Destiny Tours Marion Bishop MV Destiny

Any person ordinarily resident in the Parish or any owner or occupier of any property lying within three hundred yards of the premises in respect of which this application is made may object to the grant/transfer of the licence provided written notice containing, in general terms, the grounds of the objection, and is served on The Chairman of The Liquor Licensing Authority, The Commissioner of Police and The Applicant not less than three days before the hearing.

The Wor. Archibald B. W. Warner

Chairman

Liquor Licensing Authority

19 March, 2010

NO. 233

THE LIQUOR LICENCE ACT, 1974

WESTERN DISTRICT

A Special Session of The Liquor Licensing Authority for the year 2010/2011 will be held at the Magistrate's Court No. 1 at 9:15 a.m. on Tuesday the 20th day of April, 2010 to hear the applications for the grant/transfer of the following licences for the year 2010/2011.

Applicant Manager Name/Location

CLASS: 'A' LICENCE

The Market Place Greg Cross The Market Place

Middle Road

Somerset

The Market Place Vernon Hassell The Market Place

Heron Bay

Southampton

Lindo's Family Foods Fabrizio Alvera Lindo's Family Foods

128 Middle Road

Warwick

Henry's Limited Anthony Faries Henry's Pantry

71 South Road

Southampton SN 02

Bristol Cellar Ltd. C. P. Trott Bristol Cellar

16 Wellbottom

Southampton WK01

White & Sons Ltd. Gary and Michael White & Sons

White Supermarket

22 Middle Road

Warwick WK 03

Hayward's Liquor Mart Lauren Fay Bell, Hayward's Liquor Mart

Paul Anthony Hayward 49 Middle Road

Warwick WK 05

Gosling's Limited Thomas Harvey Gosling's Limited

44 Cambridge Road

Sandy's MA 03

Raymond DeSilva Pamela J. Douglas Bud's Wines & Spirits

10 Mangrove Bay

Sandy's

CLASS: 'A' LICENCE LIMTED TO BEER AND WINE ONLY

George Grundmuller Geroge Grundmuller Dockyard Pharmacy

Cathy Pantry Royal Naval Dockyard

North Ireland

North Basin 17

The Nannini Group Fosco Nannini The Nannini Group

Warehouse #6

16 Freeport Drive

Sandy's MA 01

We Trade Limited John Orridge We Trade Limited

47 Mangrove Bay Road

Somerset MA 01

CLASS: 'B'

Colleen P. Williams Colleen P. Williams The New Charing

Cross Tavern

(formerly Charing Cross

Bar)

42 Cambridge Road

Sandy's MA 03

CLASS: RESTAURANT LICENCE

Frog & Onion Carol West Frog & Onion

Cooperage Building

Dockyard

Somerset

Henry's Limited Kate Herrington Henry VIII Restaurant

69 South Road

Southampton SN 02

Royal Cuisine Limited Claudio Vigilante 64 Degrees

c/o Port Royal Gold

Course

5 Middle Road

Southampton SN 05

Valerio G. Ausenda Valerio G. Ausenda Freeport Seafood

Restaurant

& Bar

1 Freeport Road

Sandy's MA 01

Westend Properties Limited Mr. Leetroy Walker The Waterlot Inn

Middle Road

Southampton

South Shore Swizzle Ltd. John D. Correia The Swizzle South Shore

87 South Road

Warwick WK 10

Riddell's Bay Golf & Country Dennis Paul Riddell's Bay Golf

Club, Ltd. & Country Club, Ltd.

26 Riddell's Bay Road

Warwick WK 04

Westend Properties Limited Leetroy Walker Ocean Club

South Road

Southampton

Little Venice (Belmont) Limited Costanzo Di Meglio Blu Bar & Grill

97 Middle Road

Warwick WK 06

Tio Pepe Ltd. Manuel Sequeros, Tio Pepe

Enrique Maresma 117 South Shore

Southampton SN 03

The Dining Room Odilio Angeli The Dining Room

68 St. Anne's Road

Southampton SN 02

Piazza Italia Limited Livio Ferigo, Café Amici Ristorante

Esther Padula Clock Tower Mall

5 Freeport Lane

Dockyard

L & M Holdings Livio Ferigo, Bone Fish Bar & Grill

Luca Mezzapesa 6 Dockyard Terrace

Sandy's MA 01

B.T.T.C. Company Wendell Cann, Woody's Drive Inn Two

Manika Smith 31 Malabar Road

Sandy's MA 01

RDO Limited Ronald J. Thorne Salt Rock Grill

27 Mangrove Bay Road

Sandy's

Somerset County Squire Donald Hassell Somerset Country Squire

10 Mangrove Bay

Sandy's MA 01

CLASS: HOTEL

Frascati Hotel Company Ltd. Michael J. Winfield Cambridge Beaches

30 Kings Point Road

Sandy's MA 02

Westend Properties Limited Norman Mastalir The Fairmont

Southampton

Middle Road

Southampton

Lawrence E. Lamb Lawrence E. Lamb Pompano Beach Club

Limited

36 Pompano Beach Road

Southampton SB-03

Reefs Beach Club Ltd. William B. Tutt The Reefs

56 South Shore Road

Southampton SN 02

CLASS: MEMBERS

Somerset Cricket Club Inc. Committee of Somerset Cricket Club

Management 6 Cricket lane

Sandy's MA 03

Southampton Rangers Sports Randy Raynor Southampton Rangers

Club Inc. Sports Club

49 Horseshoe Road

Southampton WK 01

Warwick Workmen's Club Calvin Bascome Warwick Workmen's Club

42 Cobb's Hill Road

Warwick WK 09

Bermuda Bowling Club Antoine Jones Warwick Lanes

47 Middle Road

Warwick WK 05

CLASS: PROPRIETARY

Riddell's Bay Golf & Country Dennis Paul Riddell's Bay Golf &

Club, Ltd. Country Club

26 Riddell's Bay Road

Warwick WK 04

Any person ordinarily resident in the Parish or any owner or occupier of any property lying within three hundred yards of the premises in respect of which this application is made may object to the grant/transfer of the licence provided written notice containing, in general terms, the grounds of the objection, and is served on The Chairman of The Liquor Licensing Authority, The Commissioner of Police and The Applicant not less than three days before the hearing.

The Wor. Archibald B. W. Warner

Chairman

Liquor Licensing Authority

18 March, 2010

NO. 234

THE LIQUOR LICENCE ACT, 1974

EASTERN DISTRICT

A Special Session of The Liquor Licensing Authority for the year 2010/2011 will be held at the Magistrate's Court No. 1 at 9:15 a.m. on Wednesday the 21st day of April, 2010 to hear the applications for the grant/transfer of the following licences for the year 2010/2011.

Applicant Manager Name/Location

CLASS: 'A' LICENCE

Belvin's Variety Bailey's Bay/ George Swan Belvin's Variety

George Swan Bailey's Bay

202 North Shore Road

Hamilton Parish

Churchill's Ltd. Alfonso Harris Churchill's Ltd.

27 York Street

St. George's GE 05

Harrington Hundreds Ltd. Anthony J. Aguiar Harrington Hundreds

99 South Road

Smith's

Tredick Gorham Rowan Romatar Somers Supermart Ltd.

41 York Street

St. George's

The Market Place George Galterio A-1 Limited

Smith's Parish

Bermuda

The Market Place Houston Bush The Market Place

Shelly Bay

Hamilton Parish

Burrows Lightbourn Ltd. Paulette Smith Burrows Lightbourn Ltd.

8 York Street

St. George's GE 05

Southside Supermarket Gary & Michael White Southside Supermarket

(White & Sons Ltd.) St. David's

Bermuda Duty Free Joanne Hollis Bermuda Duty Free

3 Cahow Way

Bermuda International

Airport

St. George's

CLASS: 'A' BEER AND WINE ONLY

Europa Imports Ltd. Alessandro Palumbo Europa Imports Ltd.

26 St. Mark's Road

Smith's Parish

Rubis Energy Bermuda Heidi Baptiste Causeway Shell

15 Blue Hole Hill

Hamilton Parish

CLASS: RESTAURANT LICENCE

Thomas United Company Mr. Marico Thomas Indigo

Limited 6, North Shore Road

Flatt's FL 04

Ruth Paynter Ruth Paynter Landfall Restaurant

65 North Shore Road

Hamilton Parish

Herman Basden Herman Basden Tavern By The Sea

14 Water Street

St. George's GE 05

White Horse Pub & Restaurant Kevin Sousa, White Horse Pub &

Sean McConnell, Restaurant

Cathy Howarth 8 Kings Square

St. George's GE 05

Swizzle Limited Jay Correia Swizzle Inn

3 Bluehole Hill

Hamilton Parish

TAO (Trattoria Airport Nicola Russo Café Boulevard,

Operations) Limited La Trattoria Café

Bermuda Airport

1 Cahow Way

St. George's

Fourroughs Ltd. Bruno Fiocca Tom Moore's Tavern

#7 Walsingham Lane

Hamilton Parish CR 04

John Gary Lamb John Gary Lamb Black Horse Tavern

101 St. David's Road

St. George's DD 01

KOM Limited Odilio Angeli Rustico Restaurant &

Pizzeria

8 North Shore Road

Hamilton Parish FL04

The North Rock Brewing Co. David & Heather The North Rock Brewing Littlejohn Co.

10 South Shore Road

Smith's Parish FL 05

CLASS: MEMBERS

St. David's County Cricket Club Aaron Lugo St. David's County Cricket

Club

52 Great Bay Road

St. David's DD 02

Patricia Washington, Dave Brown East End Mini Yacht Club

Keno Simmons Inc.

5 Convict Bay

St. George's

St. George's Cricket Club Kenneth Neil Paynter St. George's Cricket Club

Jr. 56 Wellington Slip Road

St. George's

Bailey's Bay Cricket Club Committee of Bailey's Bay Cricket Club

Management 5 Ducks Puddle Drive

Hamilton Parish CR 04

CLASS: PERMIT FOR ASSOCIATION OR ORGANISATION TO SELL

INTOXICATING LIQUOR

Royal Artillery Association C. Eugene Raynor The Royal Artillery

(Bda. Branch) Association (Bda.)

Grenadier Lane

St. George's

CLASS: HOTEL

Tucker's Point Hotel & Spa / Brian Young Tucker's Point Hotel

TPC Hotels Ltd. & Spa

60 Tucker's Point Drive

Hamilton Parish HS 02

St. G. Club Limited Sally-Ann Kyle Griffin's Bistro

#6 Rose Hill Street

St. George's GE 05

St. G. Club Limited Sally-Ann Kyle Blackbeard's Hideout

15 Coot Pond Road

St. George's GE 05

Pink Beach Club Ltd. Michael Williams Pink Beach Club and

Cottages

Tucker's Town

Hamilton Parish

Any person ordinarily resident in the Parish or any owner or occupier of any property lying within three hundred yards of the premises in respect of which this application is made may object to the grant/transfer of the licence provided written notice containing, in general terms, the grounds of the objection, and is served on The Chairman of The Liquor Licensing Authority, The Commissioner of Police and The Applicant not less than three days before the hearing.

The Wor. Archibald B. W. Warner

Chairman

Liquor Licensing Authority

18 March, 2010

NO. 235

Acquisition of Land

Notice is hereby given that DONALD DEVITTO and EVANS DEVITTO both American citizens are applying to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing for sanction to acquire in joint tenancy a 1/10th fractions or shares of Unit #3B The Residence Club, Tucker's Town situate in Hamilton Parish.

N.B. Any person who knows why a sanction to acquire property in Bermuda should not be granted to the applicants should send a written statement to the Minister of Labour Home Affairs and Housing, P.O. Box 1364, Hamilton HM FX, no later than the 12th April, 2010.

NO. 236

Acquisition of Land

Notice is hereby given that FIDUCIARY PARTNERS TRUST COMPANY LIMITED as Trustee of The MKBT Trust is applying to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing as constructive trustee for sanction to hold the equitable interest in 0.412 of an acre of land together with a dwelling house thereon erected situate at #21 Tee Street in Devonshire Parish on behalf of non-Bermudian MARK PATRICK POUGNET who is the husband of KAREN LORRAINE POUGNET a Bermudian beneficiary of The MKBT Trust.

N.B. Any person who knows why a sanction to acquire property in Bermuda should not be granted to the applicants should send a written statement to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, P.O. Box 1364, Hamilton HM FX, no later than the 12th April, 2010.

NO. 237

Acquisition of Land

Notice is hereby given that HARRAL STRAAT TENNEY II and PATRICIA F TENNEY both American citizens are applying to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing for sanction to acquire in joint tenancy a portion of the foreshore and seabed comprising 57 square feet adjacent to their property situate at Lot 9A Shell Point Road in St. George's Parish.

N.B. Any person who knows why a sanction to acquire property in Bermuda should not be granted to the applicants should send a written statement to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, P.O. Box 1364, Hamilton HM FX, no later than the 12th April, 2010.

NO. 238

Acquisition of Land

Notice is hereby given that MELINDA CATHERINE FISCHER a Bermudian is applying to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing as constructive trustee for sanction to acquire a leasehold interest in the property known as "Lily Pad South" 2 No Name Lane, situate in Sandy's Parish on behalf of her non-Bermudian husband ROLF ALFREDO FISCHER.

N.B. Any person who knows why a sanction to acquire property in Bermuda should not be granted to the applicants should send a written statement to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, P.O. Box 1364, Hamilton HM FX, no later than the 12th April, 2010.

NO. 239

Acquisition of Land

Notice is hereby given that CLINTON ALEXANDER ERSKINE DAVIS a Jamaican citizen is applying to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing for sanction to acquire a leasehold interest in the property known as "Frangipani" Unit No.10 Devon Spring Town Homes situate at Devon Springs Road in Devonshire Parish in joint tenancy with his Bermudian wife.

N.B. Any person who knows why a sanction to acquire property in Bermuda should not be granted to the applicant should send a written statement to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, P.O. Box 1364, Hamilton HM FX, no later than the 12th April, 2010.

NO. 240

Acquisition of Land

Notice is hereby given that RONALD ANTHONY TAYLOR a Trinidadian citizen is applying to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing for sanction to acquire a leasehold interest in the property known as #16 Melissa Lane (formerly Unit 14 Garden Grove) situate in Warwick Parish in joint tenancy with his Bermudian wife.

N.B. Any person who knows why a sanction to acquire property in Bermuda should not be granted to the applicant should send a written statement to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, P.O. Box 1364, Hamilton HM FX, no later than the 12th April, 2010.

NO. 241

Acquisition of Land

Notice is hereby given that JENNIFER CORSINO MINORS a Canadian citizen is applying to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing for sanction to acquire a leasehold interest in the property known as #12 McKenzie Way (formerly Unit 10) Harbour Vistas situate in Warwick Parish in joint tenancy with her Bermudian husband.

N.B. Any person who knows why a sanction to acquire property in Bermuda should not be granted to the applicant should send a written statement to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, P.O. Box 1364, Hamilton HM FX, no later than the 12th April, 2010.

NO. 242

Acquisition of Land

Notice is hereby given that HELEN ELIZABETH HALL a Bermudian is applying to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing as constructive trustee for sanction to acquire 0.62 of an acre of land situate at 25A Wilkinson Avenue in Hamilton Parish on behalf of her non-Bermudian husband JEFFREY TYLER HALL.

N.B. Any person who knows why a sanction to acquire property in Bermuda should not be granted to the applicants should send a written statement to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, P.O. Box 1364, Hamilton HM FX, no later than the 12th April, 2010.

NO. 243

Acquisition of Land

Notice is hereby given that KENNY MCCARTHY DOTTIN a Barbadian citizen is applying to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing for sanction to acquire a leasehold interest in the property known as Apartment #11 Seawall Drive, situate in Boaz Island Village, in Sandy's Parish in joint tenancy with his Bermudian wife.

N.B. Any person who knows why a sanction to acquire property in Bermuda should not be granted to the applicant should send a written statement to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, P.O. Box 1364, Hamilton HM FX, no later than the 12th April, 2010.

NO. 244

Acquisition of Land

Notice is hereby given that JOHN RUGGERO and PATRICIA RUGGERO both American citizens are applying to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing for sanction to acquire in joint tenancy a 1/6th fraction or share of Unit #222, Newstead Belmont Hills Golf Resort and Spa situate in Paget Parish.

N.B. Any person who knows why a sanction to acquire property in Bermuda should not be granted to the applicants should send a written statement to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, P.O. Box 1364, Hamilton HM FX, no later than the 12th April, 2010.

NO. 245

LISTING OF PLANNING APPLICATIONS

REGISTERED

From Date: 3/17/2010 To Date: 3/23/2010.

Summary of Application Details

• The applications shown below are available for review during normal working hours at the Department of Planning, 3rd Floor, Government Administration Building, 30 Parliament Street, Hamilton.

• Any person wishing to object must do so within 14 days of the date of this publication (April 9, 2010).

• Letters of objection should state any interest which the objector(s) may have in property nearby, supply an address at which notice may be served on the objector(s) and provide a concise statement of the grounds of objection.

• For further information on the objection procedure see the Development and Planning (Applications Procedure) Rules 1997.

Application Application #

City of Hamilton

Corporation of Hamilton P0120/10

38 Front Street, City of Hamilton

40 Front Street, City of Hamilton

50 Front Street, City of Hamilton

Proposed Demolition of #7 Shed for Formation of New Access (off of

Front Street). Construction of New Container Scanner and Security

Control Building, Lighting Pylons and Access Gantry for Refrigerator

Units.

(Final)

Hamilton

Bird, Mr. Geoffery P0124/10

17 Glebe Hill, Hamilton

Proposed 4 kw Vertical Axis Wind Turbine.

(Final)

Outerbriidge, Mr. Mark E. P0128/10

23 Blue Meadows Lane, Hamilton

Proposed Internal Conversion and Renovations to Create 2nd Dwelling Unit.

(Final)

Furbert, Mr. Calworth L. P0281/09

20 Redkiln Road, Hamilton

Proposed Two (2) Storey Addition of Basement Area, Laundry, Bathroom,

and Living Room and Balcony on Ground Floor and Living Room and

Balcony on Upper and Interior Renovations to Create Third Dwelling Unit.

(Final)

Paget

Laws, Ms. Cindy P0129/10

1 Tree Lane, Paget

Proposed RETROACTIVE APPLICATION for Partial Basement Application

and Additions and Renovations to incorporate Enclosure and Extension of

Existing Verandah, New Garage, Pool House, New Bay Window and Internal Conversion to incorporate Two (2) New Dwelling Units.

(Final)

Davidson, Mr./Mrs. Stephen P0130/10

27 Grape Bay Drive, Paget

Proposed Additions with bedroom with Bathroom, Laundry and tank,

Remove Verandah and Tank and Replace with New Verandah and

Basement Area, Add Studio Apt. (2nd Dwelling Unit) and New Porch Roof

and 2ft Rock Cut.

(Final)

Sandys

Frith, Ms. Heather P0123/10

1 Whale Island, Sandys

Proposed Installation of Ground Mounted Solar Panels (Height 3' 4'-

240 sq ft).

(Final)

Smiths

Fagundo Family P0127/10

31 Harrington Sound Road, Smiths

Proposed Demolition of Existing Creating New 2 Level, Wheel-Chair

Accessible Dwelling with Caregiver Unit (Total 2 Dwelling Units) - In

House Pool/Gym Render All Areas Wheelchair Accessible and

Landscaping Works.

(Final)

Southampton

Engelhorn, Mr. Curt P0122/10

139 Middle Road, Southampton

Proposed Parking (Lay-by off of Middle Road) with Retaining Wall (Gabion

Baskets).

(Final)

St. George's

Zayan, Mr./Mrs. M. P0119/10

4 Shell Point Road, St. George's

Proposed Timber Dock and Walkway (200 sq ft).

(Final)

Zayan, Mr./Mrs. M P0121/10

4 Shell Point Road, St. George's

Proposed Boathouse (144 sq ft).

(Final)

Shell Point Ltd. P0125/10

Shell Point Road (off of South Rd, St. George's), St. George's

Proposed Twin Pillars to be erected at Entrance of Shell Point Road (Off of

South Road St. George's).

(Final)

Sannemalm, Ms. Marilyn P0126/10

7 Slip Point Lane, St. George's

Proposed Repairs and Construction of Retaining Wall (Max 7ft 4in High)

and Creation of Parking Lay-By Area.

(Final)

Warwick

Milimani Trust c/o Ms. S. Bhalla P0118/10

9 Belmont Road, Warwick

Proposed Garage and Tank below being Converted to Pool House (Existing

Roof profile to be revised to match Existing Main House).

(Final)

Simons, Mr./Mrs. Derrick & Cherylle P0131/10

Lot #3 Park Hill, Warwick

Proposed New Single Dwelling Unit with Garage.

(Final)

BR 11/2010

RETAIL SHOPS (TEMPORARY CUSTOMS DUTY RELIEF FOR CAPITAL

INVESTMENTS) ORDER 2010

The Minister, in exercise of the power conferred by section 16 of the Retail Shops

(Temporary Customs Duty Relief for Capital Investments) Act 2008, makes the following

Order:

Citation

1. This Order may be cited as the Retail Shops (Temporary Customs Duty Relief for Capital Investments) Order 2010.

Amends Schedule

2. The Schedule to the Retail Shops (Temporary Customs Duty Relief for Capital Investments) Act 2008 (goods of the Bermuda Nomenclature to which an approval applies) is amended by inserting the following entries in their appropriate place in numerical order-

"Goods of Tariff Code 6306.120

Goods of Tariff Code 6306.190

Receipt printers of Tariff Code 8443.320

Goods of Tariff Code 8470.500

Point of sale systems of Tariff Code 8471.490

Mechanical cash drawers of Tariff Code 8479.890

Goods of Tariff Code 8519.810

Goods of Tariff Code 8527.910."

Commencement

3. This Order comes into operation on 1 April 2010.

Made this 12th day of March 2010

Minister of Finance

BR 12/2010

GOVERNMENT LOANS (SUSPENSION OF ANNUAL CONTRIBUTION TO

SINKING FUND) ORDER 2010

GOVERNMENT LOANS ACT 1978

The Minister of Finance, in exercise of the powers conferred by section 12AA of the Government Loans Act 1978, makes the following Order:

Citation

1. This Order may be cited as the Government Loans (Suspension of Annual Contribution to Sinking Fund) Order 2010.

Suspension of annual contribution to sinking fund without interest

2. The contribution to the sinking fund for the financial year 2009-2010, which would otherwise be payable under section 12(2) of the Government Loans Act 1978, shall be suspended for a period of twelve months without incurring the interest which would otherwise be payable under section 12(4) of that Act.

Made this 23rd day of March 2010

Minister of Finance

BR 13/2010

GOVERNMENT FEES AMENDMENT REGULATIONS 2010

The Minister of Finance, in exercise of the powers conferred by section 2(1) of the Government Fees Act 1965, makes the following Regulations:

Citation

1. These Regulations may be cited as the Government Fees Amendment Regulations 2010.

Revokes and replaces Schedule

2. The Schedule to the Government Fees Regulations 1976 is revoked and replaced by the contents of the Schedule to these Regulations.

Commencement and transitional

3. (1) Subject to paragraph (2), these Regulations come into operation on 1 April 2010.

(2) Nothing in these Regulations affects the validity of a fee that is paid before the coming into operation of these Regulations.

SCHEDULE

(regulation 2 )

"SCHEDULE

(regulation 2)

Head 1

Agriculture Act 1930

(1) Issuing a certificate to export plant material (phytosanitary)

under regulation 24 of the Agriculture (Control of Plant Disease

and Pest) Regulations 1970 $20

(2) Issuing a certificate to export plant material under regulation 24

of the Agriculture (Control of Plant Disease and Pest) Regulations

1970 - same day service $30

(3) Issuing a licence to export any plant material under sections 20,

22, 24, 26 and 28 of the Endangered Animals and Plants Act 2006

(CITES) $25

(4) Issuing a licence to export any plant material under sections 20,

22, 24, 26 and 28 of the Endangered Animals and Plants Act 2006

(CITES) - same day service $35

(5) Issuing a permit to import plant material into Bermuda $25

(6) Issuing a permit to import plant material into Bermuda - same

day service $50

(7) Plant inspection: where 1 box equivalent to less than 300 bedding/

nursery plants; or 500 cuttings; or 100 orchids (fee is per box) $25

(8) Processing of infested shipment - re-inspection fee $15

(9) Pesticides for treatment 25%

markup on

cost of pes-

ticide

(10) Processing application for importation of pesticides and issuing

a letter to authorize/deny importation of pesticides under section

47A(1)(b) (fee is per pesticide) $50

(11) Issuing a letter to authorize importation of pesticides under

section 47A(1)(b) - at time of importation (fee is per pesticide) $100

(12) Processing application for importation of environmentally safe

pesticides and issuing a letter to authorize/deny importation of

pesticides under section 47A(1)(b) (fee is per pesticide) Nil

(13) Examination of BCD and verification of permission to import

pesticides on invoice-

Head 1

Agriculture Act 1930

(a) 1 to 5 $25

(b) 6 to 10 $50

(c) more than 10 $100

(14) Issuing a certificate attesting to soil fertility $10

(15) Issuing a certificate attesting to suitability of water supply for

horticultural purposes $10

(16) Issuing a certificate attesting to suitability of water supply for

horticultural purposes same day service $20

Head 2

Allied Health Professions Act 1973

(1) Applying for registration as an addictions counsellor, audiologist

or occupational therapist, a chiropodist, diagnostic imaging

technologist, dietician, medical laboratory technician,

physiotherapist, specialist diagnostic imaging technologist or

speech language pathologist under section 5 $31

(2) Re-registering as an addictions counsellor, audiologist or

occupational therapist, a chiropodist, diagnostic imaging

technologist, dietician, medical laboratory technician,

physiotherapist, specialist diagnostic imaging technologist or

speech language pathologist under section 5A $26

Head 3

Auxiliary Bicycles Act 1954

(1) Issuing an annual licence to operate an auxiliary bicycle livery

under section 16 (fee is per 50 auxiliary bicycles registered or

part thereof) $44

(2) Registering an auxiliary bicycle under section 21 $30

(3) Examining an auxiliary bicycle under section 18 $32

(4) Issuing a duplicate of any document other than a certificate of

registration $16

(5) Issuing or renewing a driver's licence under section 9 $103.20

(6) Issuing an auxiliary bicycle identification plate under section 22 $23

Head 4

Bermuda Airport (Duty Free Sales) Act 1997

(1) Granting an airport duty free sales licence under section 4 $1,312

(2) Granting an airport duty free warehouse licence under section

34-

(a) where the value of the bond for scheduled goods is $100,000

or less $6,558

(b) where the value of the bond for scheduled goods exceeds

$100,000 $13,116

Head 5

Bermuda Archives Act 1974

(1) Duplication of archival material from paper or microfilm

record-

(a) copy of printed works-

standard size (fee is per copy) $0.55

ledger size (fee is per copy) $1.35

(b) copy of archival works, per copy-

standard size (fee is per copy) $1.08

ledger size (fee is per copy) $1.63

(c) copy of microfilm record (fee is per copy) $1.08

(d) copy of microfilm positive reel $71

(e) certified copy of archival record $18

(f) additional service fee for copies provided by mail $18

(g) any other paper or microfilm duplication service (fee is per

hour) $23

(2) Photographic duplication service actual

vendor cost

plus 25%

administra

tion fee

(3) VHS video duplication service actual

vendor cost

plus 25%

administra

tion fee

(4) Use of any pictorial image for commercial purposes-

(a) periodical or serial publications-

national (fee is per image) $113

international (fee is per image) $171

(b) book editions

national (fee is per image) $113

international (fee is per image) $171

(c) Advertising and promotional

national (fee is per image) $171

international (fee is per image) $228

(d) Broadcast film or television national (fee is per image) $171

international (fee is per image) $284

(5) Use of any pictorial image by a not-for-profit entity (single

edition use) (fee is per image) actual

vendor cost

plus 25%

administra

tion fee

(6) Use of any pictorial image for non-commercial personal use

(single edition use) (fee is per image) actual

vendor cost

plus 25%

administra tion fee

NOTE: If multiple use authority is requested for items (5) and (6)

(above), the fee will be determined by reference to paragraph (4)(a),

(b), (c) or (d) (above), as the case may be.

Head 6

Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act 1956

(1) Applying for grant of Bermudian status under section 20A, 20D,

20E or 20F ($1,062 is refundable if application is refused) $1,709

(2) Applying for grant of Bermudian status under section 19 or 19A

(nonrefundable) $475

(3) Applying for grant of Bermudian status-

(a) under section 20 $133

(b) under section 20B $133

(4) Issuing a certificate of Bermudian status under section 21 $133

(5) Confirmation of Bermudian status under section 16, 17 or 18 $66

(6) Subject to paragraphs (8) and (9), in respect of a person without

Bermudian status or special category status or spouse's

employment rights or rights under section 60(6) who is not one

of the following, that is to say, the parent or lawful guardian of,

and has legal custody of, a child under the age of 18 years who

has Bermudian status and resides with him or her, or a person

who either was born in Bermuda or first arrived in Bermuda

before his sixth birthday and can potentially qualify for the grant

of Bermudian status under section 20A-

(a) applying under section 60 for permission to employ such a

person, under-

(i) a part-time permit (where-under the Minister may

grant such permission for a period of one year or

less in respect of persons engaged in activities not

exceeding 9 hours in any one week) $85

(ii) a part-time permit (where-under the Minister may

grant such permission for a period of one year or

less in respect of instructors or private tutors

already resident in Bermuda, engaged for not more

than 9 hours in any one week) $41

(iii) a part-time occasional permit (where-under the

Minister may grant such permission for a period of

one year or less in respect of casual part-time

models who are lawful residents of Bermuda

engaged for not more than 100 hours in any twelve-

month period) $333

(iv) a temporary permit (where-under the Minister may

grant such permission in respect of employment

for a specific job for a period not exceeding 3

months) $541

(v) a short-term permit (where-under the Minister may

grant such permission for a person to be engaged,

for a single period of 14 days or less, in professional

sport or entertainment)-

(A) per person (up to 5 persons) $303

(B) per group of more than 5 persons in addition

to the fee at (A) above, for each person beyond

the fifth $151

(vi) a letter of permission (where-under the Minister

may grant such permission for a period of time

specified in the letter not exceeding 5 years to not-

for-profit organisations, including registered

charitable organisations, for the employment of

coaches, teachers of sports and recreation, clergy,

speakers and musicians) Nil

(vii) a one-year permit (where-under the Minister may

grant such permission for any period less than 18

months) $700

(viii) a two-year permit (where-under the Minister may

grant such permission for a period of 18 months or

more but less than 30 months) $1,400

(ix) a three-year permit (where-under the Minister may

grant such permission for a period of 30 months or

more but less than 42 months) $2,100

(x) a four-year permit (where-under the Minister may

grant such permission for a period of 42 months or

more but less than 54 months) $2,800

(xi) a five-year permit (where-under the Minister may

grant such permission for a period of 54 months or

more but less than 66 months) $5,000

(xii) a ten year long-term work permit $20,000

(xiii) a one-year permit (where-under the Minister may

grant such permission for a period of one year or

less in respect of a child care worker engaged to

provide child care services in his or her home) (fee

is in respect of each child cared for) $221

(xiv) any permit under (iv) or (vii) to (xi) of paragraph

(6)(a) for the care-giver of anyone who is over the age

of 65 years Nil

(xv) considering an application for an extension to or

exemption from term limits $144

(xvi) late application fee for any permit under paragraph

(6)(a) whereby a charge is levied for each month or

part of a month that elapses between the expiry date

of a permit and the date of receipt of an application

to renew the permit (fee is per month or part of a

month) $216

(b) Applying-

(i) to transfer a person with a valid work permit to

another company within the same group of companies

or on merger or takeover where his duties remain the

same $333

(ii) to transfer such a person from one occupation to

another occupation with the same employer $333

(iii) to change the job title of such a person whose

employer and duties remain the same $333

(7) Applying under section 60 for permission to employ a person

without Bermudian status who is one of the following, that is to

say, the parent or lawful guardian of, and has legal custody of, a

person with Bermudian status who is under 18 years of age and

resides with him, or a person who either was born in Bermuda or

first arrived in Bermuda before his sixth birthday and can

potentially qualify for the grant of Bermudian status under

section 20A-

(a) under a work permit valid for such period as may be specified

in the permit (fee is non-refundable) $85

(b) under a letter of permission (where-under the Minister may

grant such permission for a period of time specified in the

letter not exceeding 5 years to not-for-profit organisations,

including registered charitable organisations, for the

employment of coaches, teachers of sports and recreation,

clergy, speakers and musicians) Nil

(8) Where a permission is granted for a period less than that applied

for, the relevant proportion of the fee paid in accordance with

categories (vii) to (xii) of paragraph (6)(a), shall be refunded.

Where no permission of any kind is granted, or where permission

is granted and the person in respect of whom permission is

granted does not take up employment, then the fee paid under

categories (iii) to (v) and (vii) to (xii) of paragraph (6)(a), less $132,

shall be refunded.

(9) Where permission is granted in accordance with categories (viii)

to (xi) of paragraph (6)(a) and the work permit is cancelled before

the expiry date, there shall be refunded the relevant fee for each

whole year that remains unused on the date of cancellation.

(10) Considering an application by a restricted person or a trustee for

the benefit of a restricted person for a licence to hold or acquire

land $1,375

(Where a licence is granted under paragraph (11), the

fee specified in this paragraph shall be refunded to the applicant.)

(11) Registering the acquisition of land by a restricted person under

Part VI $158

(12) Issuing-

(a) confirmation of spouse's employment rights under section 60

or residence rights under section 27 or 27A $144

(b) duplicate confirmation of matters referred to in subparagraph

(a) $29

(13) Issuing-

(a) a multiple re-entry permit under section 53 $105

(b) a landing permit-

(i) for each member of the crew joining or leaving a yacht

in Bermuda $23

(ii) for each passenger landed in Bermuda at any point of

entry without sufficient travel or re-entry documents $135

(iii) for any other person $29

(14) Granting to a person who holds a work permit an additional

permit for a period not exceeding one year to engage in part-time

work as an artist $85

(15) Granting permission to a travelling salesman-

(a) to engage in local business as a self-employed travelling sales

man (fee is per month) $333

(b) to work with a local sole representative (fee is per annum) $333

(16) Granting permission to reside in Bermuda-

(a) on application for a permanent resident's certificate under

section 31A or 31B to-

(i) a person who possesses a working resident's certificate Nil

(ii) any other person (fee is refundable if application is

refused) $1,068

(b) on application under section 32(1) for up to one year (fee is

refundable if application is refused) $144

(c) on the issue of a residential certificate under section 32(5)

to-

(i) persons who own the freehold of residential premises

or are the lessees of such premises where the leases

have 25 years or more to run, or who have entered into

a binding contract to purchase the freehold of such

premises or to take a lease of such premises for 25

years or more, and the spouses of such persons Nil

(ii) such other persons who are eligible for a residential

certificate and their spouses $1,068

(17) Issuing identification cards to holders of residential certificates $141

(18) Certifying residence and employment in Bermuda and related

matters $64

(19) Certifying amendments to, or duplicate copies of, certificates and

other official documents $64

(20) Granting extensions to visitors for-

(a) a total stay not exceeding 3 months $14

(b) a total stay of more than 3 months but not more than 6

months $29

(21) Issuing, within the period of the original's validity, a duplicate

copy of a work permit, a work permit with amended

commencement and expiry date or any other document granting

permission to reside in Bermuda $29

(22) Issuing a secure personalised card to allow immigration clearance

at the L. F. Wade International Airport for the holder of a valid

work permit or any other document granting permission to reside

in Bermuda $100

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Bermuda National Parks Act 1986

(1) Issuing a permit under section 15 for the use of any space owned

by Government as a camp site for a family or group not exceeding

8 persons (fee is per night) $12

Head 8

Bermudian Status by Birth or Grant Register Act 1992

(1) Issuing under section 3(3)(b)-

(a) an extract of an individual's detailed record from the register $12

(b) an extract from the Register-

(i) up to 15 pages $12

(ii) more than 15 pages (fee is per page) $0.80

(2) Issuing a certified copy of an extract or a letter confirming an

individual's detailed record from the Register under section 3(3)(c) $64

Head 9

Betting Act 1975

(1) Issuing under section 9-

(a) a pool betting agent's licence $550

(b) a bookmaker's licence $5,500

Head 10

Building Act 1988

Applying for permits under the Bermuda Building Code as follows-

(1) In the case of construction operations involving forms of

residential development (i.e. Use Groups R-2, R-3 and R-4)-

(a) building permit-

(i) new structures (fee is per sq. ft. Minimum fee is $200) $0.26

(ii) accessory structures $155

(iii) renovations and alterations to existing structures

(including an electrical or mechanical permit) $155

(b) excavation permit $309

(c) quarrying permit $155

(2) In the case of construction operations involving all other forms

of use-

(a) building permit-

(i) new structures -

use groups E & I (fee is per sq. ft. Minimum fee is $600) $0.67

use groups F, H, S & U (fee is per sq. ft. Minimum fee

is $600) $1.03

use groups A & R1 (fee is per sq. ft. Minimum fee is

$600) $1.29

use groups B & M (fee is per sq. ft. Minimum fee is

$600) $1.44

(ii) accessory structures $335

(iii) renovations and alterations to existing structures $618

(iv) electrical or mechanical permit $309

(b) permit issued to allow for the phased submission of drawings

for a building permit including, but not limited to, excavation

work, foundation work, superstructure or steelwork (the

phased permit fee is in addition to the building permit fee

applicable under paragraph (2)(a)(i)) (fee is per phase) $361

(c) quarrying permit $3,090

(3) On revising approved plans-

(a) in relation to construction operations referred to in

paragraph (1)(a) $155

(b) in relation to construction operations referred to in paragraph

2(a) $258

(4) Demolition Permit $412

(5) Re-inspection of works $155

(6) In all cases where the building operations commence prior to the

issue of the required permits listed above, an additional fee will

be charged as follows-

(a) where gross floor area does not exceed 200 sq. ft. $618

(b) where gross floor area exceeds 200 sq. ft. but does not exceed

1,000 sq. ft. $2,060

(c) where gross floor area exceeds 1,000 sq. ft. $2,575

(7) Re-issue of permit and inspection card $103

(8) Under this item-

For the purposes of calculating the building permit fee in

accordance with paragraphs (1)(a)(i) and (2)(a)(i), the floor space

to which the fee shall apply means the total gross square footage

of new construction, including verandas and balconies, but

excluding water tanks, outdoor paved areas, patios and the like;

"accessory structures" include, but are not limited to, tennis

courts, parking areas, driveways, docks, walls, satellite dish

receivers, signs, piers, platforms, patios and like structures

which do not result in the creation of additional, enclosed floor

space, that are incidental to the principal building and located on

the same lot; and, for the avoidance of doubt, a swimming pool is

not an accessory structure and any separate application for a

pool shall be subject to the minimum fee set out in either

paragraph (1)(a)(i) or (2)(a)(i), whichever is applicable;

"re-inspection of works" means a re-inspection made because, at

a previous scheduled visit to the works, either-

(a) conditions at the works prevented proper access to the works;

or

(b) the works did not meet the requirements of the Bermuda

Building Code Regulations 1998; or

(c) the works for some other reason were not available or ready

for inspection; or

(d) a copy of the approved drawings was not available on-site.

In the case of an existing building where the application relates

to building works designed specifically to provide access for, or

otherwise meet the needs of, the physically handicapped, no fee

shall be charged.

In the case of alterations or extensions to a building listed as a

building of special architectural or historical interest in

accordance with section 30 of the Development and Planning

Act 1974, no fee shall be charged.

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Building Authority Act 1962

(1) Issuing a permit or licence under the Building Authority

(Petroleum) Regulations 1962-

(a) to possess, offer for sale, or store in excess of 10 gallons

(45 litres), or to use a portable tank for the transportation of,

dangerous petroleum $361

(b) to maintain or operate an installation for bulk storage of

petroleum gases $773

(c) to possess and offer for sale ordinary petroleum in excess of

275 gallons (1,250 litres) save that no further fee shall be

required from the holder of a subsisting permit or licence

issued under sub-paragraph (a) $155

(2) In respect of the Building Authority (Elevators and Lifts)

Regulations 1962-

(a) issuing a permit to operate-

(i) a passenger elevator or escalator $515

(ii) a freight elevator or service elevator $515

(iii) a dumbwaiter $309

(iv) an amusement device $773

(b) reissuing a permit referred to in subparagraph (a) $155

(c) Re-inspection of works $155

(d) In all cases where the elevator is installed and operated prior

to the issue of the required permits listed above, an

additional fee will be charged $1,545

(3) Issuing a licence under the Building Authority (Public Buildings)

Regulations 1962 to use a building outside a municipal area as a

theatre, cinema, dance hall, concert hall or for any other public

exhibition, entertainment or performance-

(a) full licence $515

(b) occasional licence $155

Head 12

Care and Protection of Animals Act 1975

(1) Granting a licence under regulation 15(2) of the Care and

Protection of Animals (Commercial Horse Stables) (Licensing)

Regulations 2005, to keep a commercial horse stable-

(a) with 4 horses or fewer $202

(b) with more than 4, but not more than 20 horses $477

(c) with more than 20 horses $954

Head 13

Children Act 1998

(1) Inspecting an order or judgment confirming parentage which has

been filed with the Registrar General pursuant to section 18L $18

(2) Obtaining a certified copy of an order or judgment filed with the

Registrar General pursuant to section 18L $35

(3) Issuing or renewing a licence under section 68(3) to operate a day

care that has-

(a) no more than 15 children $70

(b) 16 to 30 children $140

(c) more than 30 children $210

(4) Issuing a certificate of registration under section 76(4) to-

(a) a person in charge of a day care centre $15

(b) a deputy person in charge of a day care centre $15

(c) any other day care provider $9

Head 14

Clean Air Act 1991

(1) Applying under section 5 for a permit to construct a controlled

plant $169

(2) Applying under rule 4 of the Clean Air Rules 1993 for a permit to

alter an existing controlled plant $88

(3) Applying under section 8 for a licence to operate a controlled

plant (fee is per annum) $71

(4) Applying to amend a licence to operate a controlled plant $39

(5) Issuing under rule 11 of the Clean Air Rules 1993 a copy of the

record of an application for a permit $39

(6) Applying for permission pursuant to rule 17 of the Clean Air

Rules 1993 $39

(7) Lodging any notice of appeal under section 16 $188

Head 15

Companies Act 1981

(1) Considering an application to be registered under section 6 $269

(2) Registering a memorandum of association under section 14 $80

(3) Applying to alter a memorandum of association under section 12 $159

(4) Registering any alteration of a memorandum of association

(other than an alteration of share capital as provided under

section 45) $80

(5) Applying to amend a provision of a private Act incorporating a

company under section 286 $159

(6) Registering any amendment to a private Act pursuant to section

286(4) $80

(7) Applying for approval of a change of name under section 10(1) $80

(8) Registering a change of name and issuing a certificate of change

of name under section 10(3) $80

(9) Filing a prospectus under section 26 $80

(10) Filing a memorandum of increase of share capital in accordance

with section 45 $80

(11) Filing a memorandum of reduction of share capital under

section 46 $80

(12) Filing a return of shareholdings under section 117 $43

(13) Filing of particulars by an overseas company under section 142 $80

(14) Applying for a permit to establish a place of business in

Bermuda under section 134 $274

(15) Registering a scheme of arrangement under section 99(3) $80

(16) Making available for inspection by a member of the public a

document, register or index in the custody of the Registrar of

Companies $10

(17) Registering-

(a) under Part V of the Act any charge that may be registered

thereunder on the assets of a local company $159

(b) under Part V of the Act any charge that may be registered

thereunder on the assets of an exempted company or an

overseas company-

(i) where the amount secured is $1,000,000 or less $318

(ii) where the amount secured is over $1,000,000 $557

(c) particulars of a series of debentures under Part V of the Act $80

(d) complete or partial satisfaction of mortgage or charge under

section 59 $80

(e) the appointment of a receiver or manager under section 60(1) $80

(18) Filing notice of ceasing to act as a receiver or manager under

section 60(2) $80

(19) Registering or filing any document by this Act required or

authorised to be delivered, sent or forwarded to the Registrar

other than a return of shareholdings or a prospectus or the

memorandum or the abstract required to be delivered to the

Registrar by the liquidator of a company in a winding-up or any

document the fee for which is specifically provided $80

(20) Preparing a copy of any document by a public officer (fee is for

each page) $2

(21) Searching by a public officer of the records maintained by the

Registrar of Companies for the purpose of obtaining a certificate

that the Companies Act 1981 has been complied with $80

(22) Issuing a prescribed form $3

(23) Issuing a certificate of sanction to acquire land under section 120 $159

(24) Certifying and sealing a copy of any document or set of

documents $80

(25) Issuing a certificate of sanction for the holding of a general

meeting under section 72(2) $80

(26) Applying to amalgamate companies under section 104 or 107-

(a) two companies $159

(b) each additional company $68

(27) Applying for directions under section 25(5) $159

(28) Applying to restore a company to the Register $159

(29) Registering an order to restore a company to the Register under

section 261(6) $80

(30) Applying to rectify a registered charge under section 56 $80

(31) Applying for continuance under section 132C(1) $358

(32) Filing a notice of discontinuance under section 132H(1) $358

(33) Registering the change of currency denomination of share

capital under section 45(3) $80

(34) Applying by a company limited by shares to be re-registered as an

unlimited liability company under section 14A(1) $159

(35) Registering a company to be re-registered as an unlimited liability

company under section 14A(1) $80

(36) Filing an affidavit relating to financial assistance under section

39C $80

(37) Registering amalgamated companies under section 108 $80

(38) Applying by permit company to vary the terms of its permit

under section 138 $159

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Customs Department Act 1952

(1) Supervising a ship under section 3-

(a) passenger ships carrying more than 20 passengers (fee is per

day or part thereof, subject to a maximum charge of $1,581

per vessel) $541

(b) other ships (fee is per day or part thereof, subject to a

maximum charge of $947 per vessel) $324

(2) Supervising ship containers under section 3(1A) (fee is per

container) $50

(3) Clearance of private aircraft under section 3A-

(a) on public holidays (fee is per hour or part thereof) $191

(b) on any day other than a public holiday-

(i) from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. (fee is per hour or part

thereof) $95

(ii) from 8:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. (fee is per hour or part

thereof) $132

(4) Exercising customs supervision under section 4(1)-

(a) where a contract is entered into with the Collector of

Customs for the full-time services of a customs officer for a

period of not less than 12 months (fee is per hour or part

thereof) $41

(b) in any other case-

(i) on weekdays from 5:00 p.m. to midnight (fee is per hour

or part thereof) $49

(ii) on weekdays from midnight to 8:00 a.m. (fee is per hour

or part thereof) $67

(iii) on weekends and on public holidays (fee is per hour or

part thereof) $67

(iv) outside a customs area from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (fee

is per hour or part thereof) $41

(5) Exercising customs supervision of courier packages under

section 4A (fee is per package) $2.16

Head 17

Customs Tariff Act 1970

(1) Issuing a certificate of exemption in respect of any aircraft under

CPC 5008-

(a) where one of the conditions is that the aircraft shall not be

used for sport or recreation or for hire or reward in the

airspace of Bermuda (fee is per month or part thereof) $1,000

(b) where one of the conditions is that the aircraft may be used

for sport or recreation or for hire or reward in the airspace of

Bermuda-

(i) an aircraft of $2 million or less in value 1% of the

aircraft

value

(subject to a minimum fee of $2,060 per month or part

thereof)

(ii) an aircraft of greater than $2 million in value 1% of the

aircraft

value

(subject to a minimum fee of $20,600 per month or part

thereof)

(2) Issuing a certificate of exemption in respect of a vessel under

CPC 5008-

(a) where one of the conditions is that the vessel shall not be

used for sport or for recreation in or about the waters of

Bermuda (fee is per month or part thereof) $564

(b) where one of the conditions is that the vessel may be used for

sport and recreation in or about the waters of Bermuda 1% of the

vessel value

(subject to a minimum fee of $1,136 per month or part thereof)

Head 18

Dental Practitioners Act 1950

(1) Applying for registration or re-registration as a dental

practitioner under section 7 or section 7A respectively-

(a) on application $44

(b) on registration $131

(2) Applying for registration as a dental assistant, dental hygienist or

dental technician pursuant to regulations made under sections

21A, 22 or 23 respectively $44

Head 19

Department of Works and Engineering Act 1984

(1) Issuing a permit to excavate a highway under section 11 $312

Head 20

Development and Planning Act 1974

(1) Applying for planning permission in respect of any building

operation defined as permitted development under the

Development and Planning (General Development) Order 1975, or

any subsequent amendments thereto $155

(2) Applying for planning permission pursuant to Part IV of the Act,

unless the applicant is exempted from payment, where the gross

floor area of the proposed development-

(a) does not exceed 500 sq. ft. $258

(b) exceeds 500 sq. ft. but does not exceed 4,000 sq. ft. $515

(c) exceeds 4,000 sq. ft. but does not exceed 10,000 sq. ft. $1,030

(d) exceeds 10,000 sq. ft. $2,060

For the purpose of this paragraph an applicant is exempted from

payment of the fee where his application involves-

(i) alterations or extensions to a building listed as a

building of special architectural or historical interest

in accordance with section 30 of the Act; or

(ii) alterations or extensions to a building, or the

construction of a new dwelling, designed specifically

to meet the needs of the physically handicapped.

The fees are to be charged on the basis of the development for which

planning permission is being sought, and any development for which

planning permission has previously been granted shall not be

included in calculating the fee.

(3) On submission of an application for the renewal of planning

permission in accordance with rule 9 of the Development and

Planning (Application Procedure) Rules 1997 $206

(4) Applying for planning permission pursuant to Part IV or Part X

of the Act for all forms of development commenced before final

approval is granted an additional fee will be charged-

(a) where the gross floor area does not exceed 200 sq. ft. $618

(b) where the gross floor area exceeds 200 sq. ft. but does not

exceed 1,000 sq. ft. $2,060

(c) where the gross floor area exceeds 1,000 sq. ft. $2,575

The fees are to be charged on the basis of the development for which

planning permission is being sought, and any development for which

planning permission has previously been granted shall not be

included in calculating the fee.

(5) Approval of revised plans pursuant to the grant of planning

permission issued under Part IV of the Act $155

For the purposes of paragraph (5), the fee is payable in respect of each

set of revised plans submitted following the grant of planning

permission.

(6) Applying for the subdivision of land pursuant to Part VI of the

Act where the application is-

(a) to alter lot boundaries where no additional lots are created-

(i) on applying for approval of a draft plan $361

(ii) on applying for approval of a final plan $567

(b) to create one or more additional lots-

(i) on applying for approval of a draft plan (fee is per lot) $361

(ii) on applying for approval of final plan (fee is per lot) $2,060

"Final plan" for the purposes of this paragraph means the plan of

subdivision pursuant to section 35C and includes automatic

registration of that plan by the Minister pursuant to section 35D.

(7) Serving a notice of intention to purchase land upon the Minister

under section 62(2) $541

(8) Lodging a notice of appeal under section 57 $515

(9) Issuing a condominium license by the Director of Planning under

the Condominium General Regulations 1987 $541

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Dogs Act 1978

(1) Issuing a dog licence under section 4(1)-

(a) neutered males and spayed bitches $25

(b) other dogs and bitches $100

(c) Guide dogs owned by the blind Nil

(2) Issuing a duplicate identification tag under section 4(5) $13

(3) Licensing premises required to be licensed under section 7 $263

(4) Licensing premises of breeders as required under section 7C $300

(5) Reclaiming a dog under section 13(3) $113

Head 22

Electronic Transactions Act 1999

(1) On application under section 20(2) for a certificate authorising the

applicant to provide accredited certificates $12,000

(2) On renewal of certificate $6,000

Head 23

Exempted Undertakings Tax Protection Act 1966

(1) Issuing a tax assurance $165

Head 24

Explosive Substances Act 1974

(1) Issuing-

(a) a blasting licence under section 6 $549

(b) a blasting permit under section 7 $19

(c) a magazine licence under section 8 $281

(d) a special licence under section 9 $281

(e) a fireworks display licence under section 10 $158

(f) a permit to manufacture explosives under section 5(2)(f) $1,086

Head 25

Firearms Act 1973

(1) Issuing the following annual licences-

(a) a firearm licence under section 5 $28

(b) a gun licence for a firearm or ammunition to which section

7(1) (a) applies Nil

(c) any other gun licence under section 7 (except under section

7(1)(a)) $23

(d) an ammunition licence under section 6 $61

(e) a rifle club licence under section 8 $166

(f) a firearm dealer's licence under section 10 $115

(g) a firearm or ammunition licence issued to a registered

charitable organisation under section 5 or 6 Nil

(2) Issuing a temporary firearm licence under section 5 $21

(3) Issuing a removal permit under section 14 $35

Head 26

Fisheries Act 1972

(1) Issuing a licence in respect of-

(a) a local fishing vessel $392

(b) a vessel ancillary to a local fishing vessel $42

(c) a foreign fishing vessel $4,600 (plus

$5 per ton of

gross

registered

tonnage of

the vessel)

(2) Registering a fisherman $24

(3) Issuing a licence to export or import fish $84

(4) Inspecting the fishing boat register $24

(5) Issuing a certificate of registration or a certified copy of any

entry in a register $47

(6) Issuing a licence to take lobsters under regulation 12(5) of the

Fisheries Regulations 1972 $125

(7) Issuing a licence to take spiny lobsters using fixed fishing gear $1,545

(8) Issuing a licence to take guinea chick lobsters using fixed fishing

gear $500

(9) Issuing any licence other than as above $47

Head 27

Fumigation (Control) Act 1945

(1) Issuing an annual licence under section 4 to carry out

fumigations $150

Head 28

Hague Convention 1961

(1) The signing by the Parliamentary Registrar of a document under

seal $50

Head 29

Hotels (Licensing and Control) Act 1969

(1) Granting a hotel licence under section 9 $5

(the fee is multiplied by the number specified in the licence as

the maximum number of guests who under the licence may be

provided with sleeping accommodation at any one time)

Head 30

Liquor Licence Act 1974

(1) Issuing a sanitary certificate in respect of premises to be

licensed under section 18 $200

(2) Issuing a permit pursuant to section 1(1) authorising the playing

of crown and anchor on the premises of any licensed club $1,284

Head 31

Marine Board Act 1962

(1) Examining an applicant for a diving licence under section 102-

(a) initial $200

(b) renewal $30

(2) Inspecting diving equipment under section 102 $210

(3) Registering, or transferring registration, under section 102-

(a) any surf-board propelled by sail $5

(b) any boat of an overall length of 16 feet or less, being a boat

propelled by an attached sail $5

(c) any boat propelled otherwise than by motor or sail $5

(4) Transferring the registration of a boat other than a boat

mentioned in paragraph (3) of this item $37

(5) Annual registration of a boat other than a boat mentioned in

paragraph (3) of this item-

(a) up to and including 12' 11" in length $40

(b) and for each additional foot of length or part thereof $4.20

(6) Issuing a licence for an island boat under the Marine Board

(Island Boats) Regulations 1965-

(a) carrying 1 to 10 passengers $209

(b) carrying 11 to 25 passengers $416

(c) carrying 26 to 50 passengers $625

(d) carrying 51 to 100 passengers $832

(e) carrying over 100 passengers $1,034

(f) rental power-craft $86

(g) rental boat (other than power-craft) $47

(7) Examining an applicant for the purposes of the Marine Board

(Island Boats) Regulations 1965 for-

(a) an engineer's licence $200

(b) an engine driver's licence $125

(c) a pilot's licence $125

(d) renewal (after 2 year probation) $25

(8) Issuing a certificate under section 48(4) $1,034

(9) Issuing a licence under regulation 4 of the Marine Board (Moorings) Regulations 2000 $150

(a) l ate fee on moorings $20

(b) transfer fee on moorings $100

(c) mooring reinstatement fee $500

(d) floating docks $158

(e) pylons $158

(f) new mooring application fee $100

(g) application for floating dock/pylon $250

(h) retroactive mooring application fee $1,000

(i) replacement decals $25

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Maritime Marriage Act 1999

(1) Entering a notice of-

(a) an intended marriage under section 6 $100

(b) a caveat under section 10 $50

(2) Issuing a certificate for marriage under section 7 $50

(3) (a) Applying for a special licence under section 13 $25

(b) Issuing a special licence under section 13 $600

(4) Copying an entry in the Register of Maritime Marriages under

section 19 $30

(5) Providing express service (within 2 days) on request in

connectionwith paragraph (4) (fee is refundable if deadline not

met) $20

(6) Searching the Register of Maritime Marriages under section 19 $20

(7) Correcting an entry in the Register of Maritime Marriages

under section 21 $20

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Marriage Act 1944

(1) Entering a notice of-

(a) an intended marriage under section 10 $100

(b) a caveat under section 17 $50

(2) Issuing a certificate for marriage under section 14 $50

(3) (a) Applying for a special licence $25

(b) Issuing a special licence under section 20 $600

(4) Contracting marriage before the Registrar under section 9 $220

(5) Copying an entry in the Register of Marriages under section 30 $25

(6) Providing express service (within 2 days) on request in

connection with paragraph (5) (fee is refundable if deadline not

met) $20

(7) Searching the Register of Marriages under section 30 $20

(8) Correcting an entry in the Register of Marriages under section 32 $20

Head 34

Medical Practitioners Act 1950

(1) Registering a medical practitioner under section 7-

(a) on application $44

(b) on registration $130

(c) on re-registration $26

(2) Issuing an authorisation-

(a) to a visiting practitioner under section 21 $30

(b) for a locum tenens under section 22 $30

Head 35

Misuse of Drugs Act 1972

(1) Issuing a licence to import and export controlled drugs under

section 4 $23

Head 36

Motor Car Act 1951

(1) Examining an applicant for a certificate of competence to drive

Provided that the examination of any applicant over the age of

65 years shall be free of charge. $44

(2) (a) issuing or renewing a ten year driver's licence not s

pecifically provided for below $103.20

(b) issuing or renewing a driver's licence valid for 5 years in

respect of a person over the age of 65 years but under 75

years Nil

(c) issuing or renewing a driver's licence valid for 2 years in

respect of a person over the age of 75 years Nil

(d) issuing or renewing a driver's licence valid for 3 years for

the driving of a public service vehicle, heavy truck or tank

wagon $75.60

(e) issuing or renewing an interim licence under section 75(2) $14

(f) issuing or renewing a learner's permit $24

(g) replacing a driver's licence which has been lost or defaced $24

(3) Registering a motor vehicle $30

(4) Examining-

(a) a vehicle with four or more than four wheels $46

(b) a vehicle with less than four wheels $32

(5) Issuing a duplicate of any document other than a certificate of

registration $16

(6) Issuing a permit to use a vehicle on excepted days-

(a) general Sunday permit (for vehicles other than water tank

wagons and funeral coaches and trucks used by farmers and

fishermen while engaged in their trade or business and with

permits to use same) 25% of the

appropriate

licence duty

for the

vehicle

concerned

(b) occasional Sunday permit $103

(7) (a) Issuing a day permit to use an unlicensed vehicle, other than

a truck $19

(b) Issuing a day permit to use an unlicensed truck $103

(c) Reinstating a truck permit that has expired $309

(8) Examining a driving instructor $103.20

(9) Issuing or renewing a driving instructor licence $103

(10) Issuing a taxi driver's identification badge $23

(11) Re-issuing a rate card holder $12

(12) Issuing a motor car identification plate $44

(13) Issuing an initial personalized motor car identification plate $40

(14) Issuing an annual personalized motor car identification plate $76

(15) Furnishing a certified copy of any entry in the motor car register $16

(16) Issuing a motor cycle identification plate $23

Head 37

National Occupational Certification Act 2004

(1) On application under section 7 for certification $232

(2) On renewal of certification valid for 5 years $232

(3) Replacing a certificate $31

(4) Replacing an identification card $46

Head 38

Nursing Act 1997

(1) Applying for registration under rule 4(1) of the Nursing Rules

2003 $28

(2) Applying for renewal of registration under rule 5(3) of the

Nursing Rules 2003 $18

Head 39

Optometrists and Opticians Act 2008

(1) Registering an optometrist or optician under section 6-

(a) on application $44

(b) on registration $130

Head 40

Patents and Designs Act 1930

(1) Applying for a patent or extension thereof under section 4 $160

(2) Applying for the registration of a patent under section 16 $65

(3) Disclaiming or amending a patent under section 7 $45

(4) Registering an assignment, charge or transmission of a patent

under section 5 $35

(5) Applying under section 24 or 26 for-

(a) registering or extending a copyright of a design $160

(b) where there is more than one class, for each class after the

first $20

(6) Registering any assignment, charge or transmission of-

(a) copyright in a design $45

(b) where there is a series of designs or marks, copyright in

every design owned by the same proprietor after the first $20

(7) Applying to change the name, style or address of the registered

proprietor of-

(a) a patent or design $35

(b) where there is a series of patents or designs, each patent or

design owned by the same proprietor after the first $15

(8) Publishing in the Gazette any application, declaration, disclaimer

or other matter required to be published $35

(9) Correcting any error or on giving permission to make any

amendment in or in connection with an application for a patent

or registration of a design under section 40 $35

(10) Inspecting any design during copyright or after copyright has

ceased under section 28 $20

(11) Searching or inspecting any register kept under the Act under

section 39 (fee is per search or inspection) $20

(12) Issuing by the Registrar of a certificate other than a certificate of

the correctness of a copy under section 41 (fee is per certificate) $35

(13) Furnishing information as to whether registration of a design

still exists under section 29 $20

(14) Furnishing a certified copy of an entry in a register or of any

specification in a patent under section 39 for -

(a) the first page or part thereof $35

(b) each additional page or part thereof $20

(15) Sealing a duplicate of a patent lost or destroyed under section 15 $35

(16) Applying to cancel a design $35

(17) Filing an application for opposition $35

(18) Filing an application under section 4(3) for a provisional patent $75

Head 41

Pedlars Act 1894

(1) Issuing a certificate to a pedlar plying his trade-

(a) without a vehicle propelled or drawn by mechanical or

human power or without a horse or other beast bearing or

drawing burden $90

(b) with a vehicle drawn or propelled by human power $280

(c) with a vehicle drawn or propelled by mechanical power or by

a horse or other beast bearing or drawing burden $720

Head 42

Pension Trust Funds Act 1966

(1) Registering a pension trust fund under section 3 $350

(2) Registering an amendment of rules under section 4 $100

(3) Issuing a tax assurance $60

(4) Issuing a certificate of registration, or certificate of registration

of an amendment of rules $50

Head 43

Pharmacy and Poisons Act 1979

(1) Registering as a pharmacist under section 7-

(a) on registration $55

(b) biennially on the anniversary of registration $55

(2) Registering premises as a pharmacy under section 17 $108

(3) Issuing a licence to sell poisons under section 34 $87

Head 44

Post Office Act 1900

(1) Issuing an annual licence under section 6A $1,930

Head 45

Private Investigators and Security Guards Act 1974

(1) Issuing a licence to engage in the business of providing private

investigators or security guards under section 3(1)(a) $908

(2) Issuing a licence to act as a private investigator or a security

guard under section 3(1)(b) $68

Head 46

Professional Surveyors Registration Act 1997

(1) Applying for registration under section 8 or 12 $250

(2) Certifying copies of original documents for purpose of

application in accordance with regulation 2 of the Professional

Surveyors Registration Regulations 2001 $60

Head 47

Psychological Practitioners Act 1998

(1) Registering a psychologist under section 8 and issuing a

certificate of registration $120

(2) Renewing a certificate of registration under section 11 $120

(3) Late fee pursuant to section 12(2) $40

Head 48

Public Health Act 1949

(1) On application for a certificate of registration of a hospital under

regulation 5 of the Public Health (Hospitals) Regulations 2002 $600

(2) On application for a certificate of registration of a clinical

laboratory under regulation 5 of the Public Health (Clinical

Laboratories) Regulations 2002 $150

(3) Issuing an annual licence under the Public Health (Milk and

Dairy Farm) Regulations 1952 to operate, manage or have charge

of-

(a) a pasteurising plant under regulation 11 $500

(b) a dairy farm under regulation 3(3) $80

(4) Issuing an annual licence to keep pigs under regulation 1 of the

Public Health (Keeping of Pigs) Regulations 1958 $120

(5) Issuing an annual licence under regulation 4 of the Public Health

(Slaughter of Animals) Regulations 1945 to operate a slaughter

house $120

(6) Issuing an annual licence under regulation 5 (1) of the Public

Health (Food) Regulations 1950 to operate-

(a) without a vehicle propelled or drawn by mechanical or human

power or without a horse or other beast bearing or drawing

burden $100

(b) with a vehicle drawn or propelled by human power $300

(c) with a vehicle drawn or propelled by mechanical power or by

a horse or other beast bearing or drawing burden $700

(d) a victualling manufactory or bakery-

(i) 1 to 1,999 sq. ft. $750

(ii) 2,000 to 5,999 sq. ft. $1,500

(iii) 6,000 or more sq. ft. $2,500

(e) a food store (fee per sq. ft.) $2

(f) wholesale food warehouse $500

(g) a restaurant or refreshment shop-

(i) 0 to 10 seats $500

(ii) 11 to 30 seats $700

(iii) 31 to 60 seats $800

(iv) 61 to 100 seats $900

(v) 101 to 150 seats $1,100

(vi) 151 to 200 seats $1,200

(vii) 201 to 400 seats $1,300

(viii) 401 or more seats $1,500

(7) Issuing a certificate under regulation 3 of the Public Health (Food)

Regulations 1950, that food landed in Bermuda is unfit for human

consumption $150

(8) Issuing, under regulation 5 of the Public Health (Food)

Regulations 1950, a temporary licence to operate a victualling

establishment that is a food stall-

(a) selling pre-packed or baked goods only at one event (non

potentially hazardous foods) $20

(b) selling potentially hazardous foods at one event $70

(c) selling pre-packed or baked goods only at a seasonal event or

market (non potentially hazardous foods) $150

(d) selling potentially hazardous foods at a seasonal event or

market $250

(e) fairs, markets, carnivals, special events, stands, promoter's

fee $100

(9) Issuing an annual licence under regulation 4 of the Public Health (Hairdressing Establishments) Regulations 1955 to operate a hair

dressing or cosmetic treatment establishment (fee is per

operating employee) $100

(10) Issuing an annual permit under section 29 to use water drawn or

piped from any well or boring or from any stream, pond or lake

for drinking or for any process connected with the preparation

or manufacture of any food or drink-

(a) for 5 apartments or fewer $100

(b) in any other case $600

(11) Sampling or testing water used for drinking or for any process

connected with the preparation or manufacture of any food or

drink $20

(12) Issuing an annual licence under regulation 4 of the Public Health

(Body Piercing, Electrolysis and Tattooing) Regulations 2001 to

operate a piercing or tattooing establishment $100

(13) Issuing an annual licence under regulation 11 of the Public

Health (Body Piercing, Electrolysis and Tattooing) Regulations

2001 to operate as an approved body piercer, a tattooist or an

electrologist $100

(14) Issuing an annual certificate of registration of a rooming house

under section 146 for each room made available for occupation

(fee is multiplied by the number specified on the registration

certificate as the maximum number received as guests or lodgers

in the rooming house at any one time) $5

(15) Re-inspection of establishment 50% of

licence fee

Head 49

Quarantine Act 1946

(1) Issuing a certificate following inspection and deratization of a

vessel under regulation 27 or 28 of the Quarantine (Maritime)

Regulations 1946 $303

Head 50

Radiation Act 1972

(1) Issuing or renewing a licence to manufacture, sell etc. any

radioactive substance or irradiating apparatus under section 2-

(a) dental radiography x-ray units $160

(b) dental panoramic x-ray units $160

(c) cephalometric x-ray units $160

(d) radiographic x-ray units $530

(e) CT x-ray units $980

(f) mammography x-ray digital units $1,680

(g) radioisotopes $160

(h) veterinary x-ray units $160

(i) security and related x-ray units $160

(j) analytical x-ray/industrial units $160

(k) any other units $160

Head 51

Real Estate Agents' Licensing Act 1976

(1) Issuing or renewing an annual agent's licence under section 3 $562

(2) Issuing or renewing an annual salesman's licence under section 4 $91

Head 52

Registrar-General (Recording of Documents) Act 1955

(1) Inspecting, examining, copying or making extracts from any

document, register or index and making any necessary search of

any record book in connection therewith under section 4 (per

hour or part of an hour occupied) $20

(2) Searching by a public officer for any document or of any register

or index (per hour or part of an hour occupied) $50

(3) Searching by a public officer or a member of the public for any

document or of any register or index, where in the opinion of

the Registrar General the information to be obtained will be for

the public benefit Nil

(4) Examining, certifying and sealing a copy of any document or

entry in a register or index-

(a) for the first page or part thereof $35

(b) for each additional page or part thereof $15

(5) Recording and registering a deed poll evidencing a change of

name under section 9-

(a) where the Registrar prepares a copy $100

(b) where a copy is supplied $70

(6) Recording and registering any document other than a deed poll-

(a) where the Registrar prepares a copy-

(i) for the first page or part thereof $100

(ii) for each additional page or part thereof $20

(b) where a copy is supplied-

(i) for the first page or part thereof $70

(ii) for each additional page or part thereof $15

(c) where a duplicate copy is stamped, per page or part thereof $20

(7) Preparing and furnishing a copy of any document or entry in a

register or index-

(a) for the first page or part thereof $25

(b) for each additional page or part thereof $15

(c) examining, certifying and sealing the same $35

(8) Where as respects paragraphs (5)(a) and (6)(a) of this item a

document is involved, being a document written in whole or in

part in a foreign language, or comprising a map or plan, or a

mechanical or scientific diagram or drawing, or a set of

mathematical computations, or a photograph or other pictorial

representation, comprising other materials not printed or

typewritten, in addition to the actual cost incurred-

(a) for the first page or part thereof $35

(b) for each additional page or part thereof $15

(9) Issuing an annual ticket under section 6 $300

Head 53

Registration (Births and Deaths) Act 1949

(1) Copying an entry in any register under section 4 $25

(2) Searching any register under section 4 $20

(3) Correcting an entry in any register under section 15 $20

(4) Issuing a short certificate of birth $20

(5) Providing express service (within 2 days) on request in

connection with-

(a) paragraph (1) (fee is refundable if deadline not met) $20

(b) paragraph (4) (fee is refundable if deadline not met) $10

(6) Altering the name of a child under section 10 $20

(7) Re-registering a child's name under section 10A pursuant to his

or her parent's marriage $30

Head 54

Rent Increases (Domestic Premises) Control Act 1978

(1) Reviewing fee under section 16(2) $35

Head 55

Residential Care Homes and Nursing Homes Act 1999

(1) On application for a certificate of registration of a residential

care or nursing home under section 13 $75

Head 56

Revenue Act 1898

(1) Granting an annual licence authorising the use of a building or

place as a warehouse for the storage of the following un-

customed goods in bond under section 50-

(a) petroleum-

(i) where the amount stored is 10,000 litres or less $2,981

(ii) where the amount stored exceeds 10,000 litres $34,352

(b) alcohol and tobacco, where the value of the bond exceeds

$100,000 $13,411

(c) alcohol and tobacco, where the value of the bond is $100,000

or less $6,871

(d) all other goods-

(i) where the value of the bond exceeds $100,000 $25,040

(ii) where the value of the bond is $100,000 or less $11,923

(2) Appealing to the Tax Appeal Tribunal under section 122C $146

Head 57

Royal Prerogative

(1) Issuing-

(a) a standard size passport-

(i) to a British Overseas Territories Citizen (BOTC) who

is over the age of 65 years Nil

(ii) for an application submitted using the on-line form $66

(iii) in all other cases $84

(b) an electronic passport (e-passport)-

(i) to a British Overseas Territories Citizen (BOTC) who

is over the age of 65 years Nil

(ii) for an application submitted using the on-line form $100

(iii) in all other cases $119

(c) a "jumbo" passport-

(i) to a British Overseas Territories Citizen (BOTC) who

is over the age of 65 years Nil

(ii) for an application submitted using the on-line form $87

(iii) in all other cases $106

(2) Forwarding to the proper authority overseas an application for a

United Kingdom passport-

(a) by a person over the age of 65 years who possesses

Bermudian status Nil

(b) in all other cases $84

(3) Issuing an additional passport of restricted validity except in

replacement of a passport lost or temporarily unavailable-

(a) to a British Overseas Territories Citizen (BOTC) who is over

the age of 65 years Nil

(b) for an application submitted using the on-line form $66

(c) in all other cases $84

(4) Issuing an additional e-passport of restricted validity except in

replacement of a passport lost or temporarily unavailable-

(a) to a British Overseas Territories Citizen (BOTC) who is over

the age of 65 years Nil

(b) for an application submitted using the on-line form $100

(c) in all other cases $119

(5) Extending for the first time the validity of an additional passport

other than one issued in replacement of a passport lost or

temporarily unavailable Nil

(6) Extending for the first time the validity of an additional

e-passport other than one issued in replacement of a passport lost

or temporarily unavailable Nil

(7) Amending the name of the holder of a passport $34

(8) Amending the name of the holder of an e-passport $93

(9) Adding a new photograph or amending descriptions or both $34

(10) Adding a new photograph or amending descriptions or both in an

epassport $93

(11) Linking a new passport to a fully used current passport $39

(12) Linking a new passport to a fully used current e-passport $93

(13) Issuing and, where required, drawing an emergency passport or

other document not otherwise provided for in lieu of a passport $47

(14) Subject as follows, granting a visa (on a passport or other travel

document)-

(a) for an ordinary visa $31

(b) for a transit visa $18

The Governor may direct that the visa fees to be charged to

the nationals of any particular country shall be equivalent to

the fees charged by the authorities of that country for their

visas on passports of British Overseas Territories citizens,

British citizens, British Overseas citizens, British Nationals

(Overseas), and such direction shall have effect accordingly.

(15) Issuing an entry certificate $31

(16) Issuing an entitlement certificate $31

(17) Searching records $18

Where a fee is prescribed elsewhere in regulations, a fee for

searching records shall not apply.

(18) Applying for British naturalisation (fee is refundable if

application is refused) $84

(19) Applying for registration as a British Overseas Territories

citizen-

(a) where-

(i) the application is made in conjunction with an

application for Bermudian status; $84

(ii) the applicant already has Bermudian status; $84

(iii) the applicant is deemed under section 16 of the

Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act 1956 to have

Bermudian status and is potentially entitled to obtain

Bermudian status under section 20 of the Bermuda

Immigration and Protection Act 1956; or $84

(iv) the applicant will be deemed under section 16 of the

Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act 1956 to have $84

Bermudian status on registration as a British Overseas

Territories citizen and will be potentially entitled to

obtain Bermudian status under section 20 of the

Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act 1956 (fee is

refundable if application is refused)

(b) in circumstances other than those referred to in sub-

paragraph (a)-

(i) for minors (fee is refundable if registration is refused) $121

(ii) for adults (fee is refundable if registration is refused) $241

(20) Providing express service (within 1 to 7 days) on request in

connection with paragraphs (1), (3), (4), (5), (6), (9) or (10) above-

(a) to a British Overseas Territories Citizen (BOTC) who is over

the age of 65 years Nil

(b) in all other cases (fee is only refundable if deadline of less

than 8 days is not met) $100

(21) Issuing a secure, personalised card to allow rapid immigration

clearance, at the L. F. Wade International Airport, for the holder

of a Bermuda issued passport $100

Head 58

Stamp Duties Act 1976

(1) Adjudicating under section 22 of the Act (fee is per adjudication) $180

Head 59

Taxes Management Act 1976

(1) Appealing to the Tax Appeal Tribunal under section 25 $125

Head 60

Telecommunications Act 1986

(1) Granting a licence under section 9-

(a) stock licence $210

(b) class 1 licence-

(i) initial licence $17,775

(ii) renewal $13,000

(c) class 2 licence-

(i) initial licence $45

(ii) renewal $90

(d) class 3 licence-

(i) initial licence $80

(ii) renewal $155

(e) class 4 licence-

(i) repeater station $360

(ii) base station $360

(iii) mobile station (other than a cellular telephone) $55

(iv) cellular telephone (fee is per month) $5

Provided that, if on the date of the issue of the licence

the total number of mobile stations licensed to a single

licensee exceeds 20 units, the fee shall be calculated by

adding the fee for each repeater station (if any) and

each base station (if any) to the licence fee for the

mobile stations in accordance with the following chart.

If the number of mobile stations -

(A) exceeds 20 units but does not exceed 30 units $1,070

(B) exceeds 30 units but does not exceed 40 units $1,605

(C) exceeds 40 units but does not exceed 50 units $2,135

(D) exceeds 50 units but does not exceed 60 units $2,670

(E) exceeds 60 units but does not exceed 80 units $3,205

(F) exceeds 80 units but does not exceed 100 units $4,265

(G) exceeds 100 units but does not exceed 125 units $5,325

(H) exceeds 125 units but does not exceed 150 units $6,660

(I) exceeds 150 units but does not exceed 200 units $8,000

(J) exceeds 200 units $10,665

(f) class 5 licence $210

(g) class 6 licence-

(i) initial licence $310

(ii) renewal $260

(h) class 7 licence $210

(i) class 8 licence $105

(j) class 9 licence-

(i) GMDSS Class 1-

initial $515

renewal $415

(ii) GMDSS Class 2-

initial $465

renewal $310

(iii) Restricted Station-

initial $210

renewal $155

(iv) Restricted VHF Station $105

(k) class 11 licence -

(i) public aeronautical service station $450

(ii) limited aeronautical service station $210

(iii) public coast station $450

(iv) limited coast station $210

(v) operational services station $185

(vi) limited operational maritime services station $100

(l) cable television service licence-

(i) service limited to a specific area $515

(ii) service to serve all of Bermuda 3% of the

licencee's

total

revenue

(Fee to be paid by quarterly installments in arrears.

Payments shall be estimated in each quarter and shall

be subject to adjustment as necessary within 6 months

of the relevant financial year.)

(m) subscription radio service -

(i) service limited to a specific area $515

(ii) service to all of Bermuda 3% of the

licensee's

total

revenue

(Fee to be paid by quarterly installments in arrears.

Payments shall be estimated in each quarter and shall

be subject to adjustment as necessary within 6 months of the

relevant financial year.)

(n) Bermuda Telephone Company Limited General License 3% of the

company's

public

telecommu- nications

service total

revenue

(Fee to be paid by quarterly installments in arrears. Payments

shall be estimated in each quarter and shall be subject to

adjustment as necessary within 6 months of the relevant

financial year.)

(2) Public Telecommunications Service Licence-

(a) class A licence, in respect of each twelve-month period 6% of total

revenue in

Bermuda or

20% of prof it in

Bermuda,

whichever

is the

greater.

(Fee payments shall be estimated in each quarter and shall be

subject to adjustment as necessary within 6 months of the

relevant financial year.)

(b) class B licence, in respect of each twelve-month period 3% of total

revenue in

Bermuda

(Fee payments shall be estimated in each quarter and shall be

subject to adjustment as necessary within 6 months of the

relevant financial year.)

(c) class C licence-

(i) on grant of licence $2,505

(ii) in respect of each twelve-month period after the

expiration of the first twelve-month period. 3% of total

revenue in

excess of

$100,000

(other than

voice over

internet

protocol

revenue)

(Fee payments shall be estimated in each quarter and

shall be subject to adjustment as necessary within 6

months of the relevant financial year.)

(iii) in respect of each twelve-month period after the

expiration of the first twelve-month period for voice

over internet protocol service total 4½% of

revenue

(Fee payments shall be estimated in each quarter and

shall be subject to adjustment as necessary within 6

months of the relevant financial year.)

(3) Establishment, maintenance or operation of a satellite network,

standard proposal fee $10,000

(Fee is due at the time of filing the proposal plus the

reimbursement of extraordinary costs incurred by the Minister

responsible for telecommunications in submitting and

administering the proposal through the international regulatory

process. Payments are due within 30 days of the issuance of

invoice(s).)

(4) Inspecting a construction or installation under regulation 30(3)

of the Class One Radio (Broadcasting Service and Subscription

Radio Service in the Broadcasting Frequency Bands) Regulations

1987 $450

(5) Examining an applicant for a certificate under regulation 18(2)

of the Class Three Radio (Amateur Service) Regulations 1987 $55

(6) Inspecting a station under the Class Four Radio (Two-Way

Radiotelephone Services) Regulations 1987-

(a) under regulation 22(2) $95

(b) under regulation 23(3) $225

(7) Inspecting a station under regulation 22(2) of the Class Eight

Radio (Personal Radio Service) Regulations 1988 $95

(8) Under the Class Nine Radio (Maritime Mobile Service)

Regulations 1988-

(a) examining an applicant for a certificate under regulation

17(3)-

(i) radio-telephone general $95

(ii) radio-telephone restricted $95

(iii) radiocommunications general $185

(b) granting a certificate under regulation 17(6) $50

(c) issuing a replacement certificate under regulation 18(1) $50

(d) inspecting a ship station under regulation 6(2) $370

(e) inspecting a ship station under regulation 29(2) $185

(9) Examining an applicant for a certificate under regulation 13 of

the Class Eleven Radio (Aeronautical and Maritime Land

Services) Regulations 1987-

(a) radio-telephone general $95

(b) radio-telephone restricted $95

(c) radiocommunications general $185

Head 61

Timesharing (Licensing and Control) Act 1981

(1) Granting or transferring a developing owner's licence under

regulation 56 of the Timesharing (Licensing and Control)

Regulations 1982 $12,492

(2) Granting or transferring a marketing agent's licence under

regulation 57 of the Timesharing (Licensing and Control)

Regulations 1982 $8,335

(3) Managing agent's licence under regulation 58 of the Timesharing

(Licensing and Control) Regulations 1982-

(a) on grant or transfer of licence $84

(b) on each bed permitted by the Minister in a timesharing unit

(fee is per year or part thereof) $5

(4) Registering the right of a purchaser of a timesharing unit under

regulation 65 of the Timesharing (Licensing & Control)

Regulations 1982 $75

(5) Inspecting the Register of timesharing intervals under section

18(3) $20

Head 62

Veterinary Practitioners Act 2008

(1) Registering a veterinary practitioner under section 6

(a) on application $80

(b) on renewal under section 8 $25

(c) on provisional under section 7 $50

(d) on re-instatement under section 14 $25

(2) Issuing on authorisation to a visiting practitioner under section 9 $25

(3) Inspecting the register under section 10 $10

Head 63

Water Resources Act 1975

(1) Considering an application for a new water right under section

11-

(a) each well, for domestic purposes $71

(b) each well, for commercial purposes $467

(2) Issuing a well-digger's licence under section 23 $467

(3) On lodging any notice of appeal to the Minister under section 31 $108

Head 64

Weights and Measures Act 1975

(1) Inspecting and testing by an inspector of any device under

section 12 $42"

Made this 23rd day of March 2010

Minister of Finance

BR 14/2010

GOVERNMENT FEES (TRADE MARKS AND SERVICE MARKS)

AMENDMENT

REGULATIONS 2010

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 Citation

2 Revokes and replaces Schedule

3 Commencement and transitional

The Minister of Finance, in exercise of the power conferred by section 2 of the Government Fees Act 1965, makes the following Regulations:

Citation

1 These Regulations may be cited as the Government Fees (Trade Marks and Service Marks) Amendment Regulations 2010.

Revokes and replaces Schedule

2 The Schedule to the Government Fees (Trade Marks and Service Marks) Regulations 1993 is revoked and replaced by the contents of the Schedule to these Regulations.

Commencement and transitional

3 (1) Subject to paragraph (2), these Regulations come into operation on 1 April 2010.

(2) Nothing in these Regulations affects the validity of a fee that is paid before the coming into operation of these Regulations.

SCHEDULE

(regulation 2)

"SCHEDULE

(regulation 3)

Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4

Fee No. Function Amount Form No.

1. On request for the Registrar's preliminary advice

under section 41 of the 1974 Act or the modified

1974 Act and regulation 19, for each trade mark or

service mark submitted in respect of one class $100 TM-No. 1

2. For a search under regulation 93(1) in respect of

one mark-

Without application for the Registrar's advice

under regulation 19 $55 TM-No. 2

With application for the Registrar's advice under

regulation 19 $150 TM-No. 2

3. On application not otherwise charged to register a

trade mark or a service mark (section 18(1) of the

1974 Act or the modified 1974 Act and regulation

20(1) or a series of trade marks or service marks

(section 24 of the 1974 Act or the modified 1974 Act

and regulation 27) for a specification of goods or

services included in one class $220 TM-No. 3

4. On a request to the Registrar to state grounds of a

decision relating to an application to register a

trade mark or a service mark, and materials used

(section 18(5) of the 1974 Act or the modified 1974

Act and regulation 34) $275 -

5. On notice of opposition before the Registrar under

section 19 of the 1974 Act or the modified 1974 Act

and regulation 39, for each application opposed, by

opponent $150 -

6. On lodging a counter-statement in answer to a

notice of the opposition under section 19 of the

1974 Act or the modified 1974 Act and regulation 41,

for each application opposed, by the applicant; or

in answer to an application under any of the

sections 29, 30, 34 and 35 of the 1974 Act or the

modified 1974 Act, by the proprietor in respect of

each trade mark or service mark; or in answer to a

notice of opposition under section 37 or section 38

of the 1974 Act or the modified 1974 Act, for each

application or conversion opposed, by the

proprietor $70 -

7. On the hearing of each opposition under section 19

of the 1974 Act or the modified 1974 Act and

regulation 47, by applicant and by opponent

respectively; or on the hearing of an application

under any of the sections 29, 30, 34 and 35 of the

1974 Act or the modified 1974 Act, by applicant and

by proprietor respectively; or on the hearing of an

opposition under section 37 or section 38 of the 1974

Act or the modified 1974 Act, by proprietor and by

opponent respectively $100 -

8. For one registration of a trade mark or a service

mark not otherwise charged for a specification of

goods or services included in one class $220 TM-No. 4

9. For one registration of a series of trade marks or

service marks under section 24 of the 1974 Act or

the modified 1974 Act and regulation 27 for a

specification of goods or services included in one class-

For the first mark $220 TM-No. 4

And for every other mark of the series $15

10. For one registration under section 30 of the 1974

Act and regulation 36, of a defensive trade mark for

a specification of goods included in one class $230 TM-No. 4

11. On each addition to the registered entry of a trade

mark or a service mark as associated with a newly

registered mark (section 25 of the 1974 Act or the

modified 1974 Act and regulation 54) $15 TM-No. 4

12. On an application, under section 25(4) of the 1974

Act or the modified 1974 Act and regulation 54(2),

to dissolve the association between registered trade

marks or service marks $100 -

13. On application, under section 28 of the 1974 Act or

the modified 1974 Act and regulation 62 or 63, to

register a subsequent proprietor in a case of

assignment or transmission of a single trade mark

or service mark-

If made within six months from the date of

acquisition of proprietorship or the coming into

operation of these Regulations $175 TM-No. 6 or 7

If made after expiration of six months but within

twelve months from the date of acquisition of

proprietorship or the coming into operation of

these Regulations $200

If made after expiration of twelve months from the

date of acquisition of proprietorship or the coming

into operation of these Regulations $225

14. On application, under section 28 of the 1974 Act or

the modified 1974 Act and regulation 62 or 63, to

register a subsequent proprietor of more than one

trade mark or service mark standing in the same

name, the devolution of title being the same in

each case-

If made within six months from the date of

acquisition of proprietorship or the coming into

operation of these Regulations-

For the first mark $175 TM-No. 6 or 7

And for every other mark $30

If made after expiration of six months but within

twelve months from the date of acquisition of

proprietorship or the coming into operation of

these Regulations-

For the first mark $200

And for every other mark $30

If made after expiration of twelve months from the

date of acquisition of proprietorship or the coming

into operation of these Regulations-

For the first mark $225

And for every other mark $30

15. On application, under section 26(6) of the 1974 Act

or the modified 1974 Act and regulation 70(1), for

directions by the Registrar for advertisement of

assignment of trade marks or service marks in use,

without goodwill-

For one mark assigned $100 -

And for every other mark assigned with the same

devolution of title $30 -

16. On application, under section 26(6) of the 1974 Act

or the modified 1974 Act and regulation 70(4), for

extension of time for applying for directions for

advertisement of assignment of trade marks or

service marks in use, without goodwill, in respect

of one devolution of title-

Not exceeding one month $55 -

Not exceeding two months $100 -

Not exceeding three months $155 -

17. For renewal, under section 23 of the 1974 Act or the

modified 1974 Act and regulation 57, of registration

of a trade mark or a service mark at expiration of

last registration $325 TM-No. 9

18. For renewal, under section 23 of the 1974 Act or the

modified 1974 Act and regulation 57, of registration

of a series of trade marks or service marks (section

24(3) of the 1974 Act or the modified 1974 Act) at

expiration of last registration-

For the first mark of the series $325 TM-No. 9

And for every other mark of the series $15

19. Restoration fee under regulation 59 $185 TM-No. 10

20. On application, under section 29, 30, 34 or 35 of the

1974 Act or section 29, 34 or 35 of the modified 1974

Act and regulation 72, for rectification of the

register or removal of a trade mark or a service

mark from the register $160 -

21. On application, under regulation 74, for leave to

intervene in proceedings under section 29, 30, 34 or

35 of the 1974 Act or section 29, 34 or 35 of the

modified 1974 Act for rectification of the register

or removal of a trade mark or a service mark from

the register $100 -

22. For altering, under section 36 of the 1974 Act or the

modified 1974 Act and regulation 75, one or more

entries of the trade or business address or address

for service of a registered proprietor or a

registered user of a trade mark or a service mark

where the address in each case is the same and is

altered in the same way (unless exempted from fee

under regulation 71(3)-

For the first entry $55 -

And for every other entry $30

23. On request, not otherwise charged, for correction

of clerical error or for permission to amend

application $55 -

24. On application, under section 36 of the 1974 Act or

the modified 1974 Act and regulation 75, to change

the name or description of a proprietor or a

registered user of a single trade mark or service

mark where there has been no change in the

proprietorship or in the identity of the user $55 -

25. On application, under section 36 of the 1974 Act or

the modified 1974 Act and regulation 75, to change

the name or description of a proprietor or a

registered user of more than one trade mark or

service mark standing in the same name, where

there has been no change in the proprietorship or

in the identity of the user, the change being the

same in each case-

For the first mark $55 -

And for every other mark $30

26. For cancelling, under section 36(1)(c) or (d) of the

1974 Act or the modified 1974 Act and regulation 75,

the entry or part of the entry of a trade mark or a

service mark upon the register on the application

of the registered proprietor of the trade mark or

service mark $55 -

27. On request, under section 36(1)(e) of the 1974 Act or

the modified 1974 Act and regulation 75, by the

registered proprietor of a trade mark or a service

mark for entry of disclaimer or memorandum in

the register $55 -

28. For cancelling or making one or more entries of an

address for service of a registered proprietor or a

registered user of a trade mark or a service mark

where the address in each case is the same, on

application made after the registration in each

case-

For the first entry $55 -

And for every other entry included in the

application $30

29. For altering one or more entries of an address for

service in the register included in one application

for alteration, where the address and the alteration

in each case are the same-

For the first entry $55 -

And for every other entry $30

Provided that no fee shall be charged if the

application for an alteration of an address for

service accompanies Forms TM-No. 4, TM-No. 6,

TM-No. 7, or TM-No. 12

30. On an application to the Registrar, under section 37

of the 1974 Act or the modified 1974 Act and

regulation 78, for leave to add to or alter a single

registered trade mark or service mark $55 -

31. On an application to the Registrar, under section 37

of the 1974 Act or the modified 1974 Act and

regulation 78, for leave to add to or alter more than

one registered trade mark or service mark of the

same proprietor, being identical marks, the

addition or alteration to be made, in each case,

being the same-

For the first mark $55 -

And for every other mark $30

32. On notice of opposition, under section 37(3) of the

1974 Act or the modified 1974 Act and regulation 79,

an application for leave to add to or alter registered

trade marks or service marks, for each application

opposed $100 -

33. On application by registered proprietor, under

section 38 of the 1974 Act and regulation 5, for

conversion of specification $55 -

34. On notice of opposition, under section 38(3) of the

1974 Act and regulation 6(2), to a conversion of the

specification or specifications of a registered trade

mark or registered trade marks-

For one mark $100 -

And for every other mark of the same proprietor

having the same specification $30

35. On application, under section 30 of the 1974 Act and

regulation 36, to register a defensive trade mark for

a specification of goods included in one class $235 TM-No. 11

36. On application, under section 31 of the 1974 Act or

the modified 1974 Act and regulation 82, to enter a

registered user of a registered trade mark or a

registered service mark in respect of goods or

services within the specification thereof $90 TM-No. 12

37. On application, under section 31 of the 1974 Act or

the modified 1974 Act and regulation 82, to enter

the same registered user of more than one

registered trade mark or registered service mark

of the same registered proprietor in respect of

goods or services within the respective

specifications thereof and subject to the same

conditions and restrictions in each case-

For the first mark $90 TM-No. 12

And for every other mark of the proprietor

included in the application and statement of case $30

38. On application by the proprietor of a single trade

mark or a single service mark, under paragraph

(a) of section 31(10) of the 1974 Act or the modified

1974 Act and regulation 84, to vary the entry of a r

egistered user thereof $130 -

39. On application by the proprietor of more than one

trade mark or one service mark under paragraph

(a) of section 31(10) of the 1974 Act or the modified

1974 Act and regulation 84, to vary the entries of a

registered user thereof-

For the first mark $130 -

And for every other mark of the proprietor for

which the same user is registered, included in the

application $30

40. On application by the proprietor or registered user

of a single trade mark or a single service mark,

under paragraph (b) of section 31(10) of the 1974

Act or the modified 1974 Act and regulation 85, for

cancellation of the entry of a registered user

thereof $55 -

41. On application by the proprietor or registered user

of more than one trade mark or service mark,

under paragraph (b) of section 31(10) of the 1974

Act or the modified 1974 Act and regulation 85, for

cancellation of the entries of a registered user

thereof-

For the first mark $55 -

And for every other mark of the proprietor for

which the same user is registered, included in the

application $30

42. On application under paragraph (c) of section 31

(10) of the 1974 Act or the modified 1974 Act and

regulation 86, to cancel the entry of a registered

user of a single trade mark or a single service

mark $55 -

43. On application under paragraph (c) of section 31

(10) of the 1974 Act or the modified 1974 Act and

regulation 86, to cancel the entries of a registered

user of more than one trade mark or service

mark-

For the first mark $55 -

And for every other mark of the same proprietor

for which the same user is registered, included in

the application $30

44. On notice under section 31(11) of the 1974 Act or

the modified 1974 Act and regulation 88 of intention

to intervene in one proceeding for the variation or

cancellation of entries of a registered user of trade

marks or service marks $100 -

45. For endorsement of a certificate under regulation

60 or 68(2)-

In respect of a trade mark or a service mark $55

In respect of a series of trade marks or service

marks $65

46. For certificate of the Registrar (other than a

certificate under section 21(2) of the 1974 Act or the

modified 1974 Act), under regulation 92(2)-

In respect of the registration of a trade mark or a

service mark $55

In respect of the registration of a series of trade

marks or service marks pursuant to section 24(3) of

the 1974 Act or the modified 1974 Act $65

47. For inspecting any document or making a search of

the register under regulation 94 (fee is per half

hour or part thereof) $30 -

48. For every entry in the register of a rectification

thereof or an alteration therein, not otherwise

charged $65 -

49. On application to the Registrar for an extension of

time under regulation 89 to do any act or to take

any proceeding (fee is for two-month period or part

thereof) $30 -

50. For office copy of entry in the register or of

document (fee is for each page or portion of page) $20

51. For certifying office copy, or MS or photographic or

printed matter $30 -"

Made this 23rd day of March 2010

Minister of Finance

BR 15/2010

CUSTOMS DUTY (COMMERCIAL FISHERMEN) (GASOLINE FUEL)

REMISSION

ORDER 2010

The Minister of Finance, in exercise of the powers conferred by section 2 of the Customs Duty (Special Remission) Act 1951, makes the following Order:

Citation

1 This Order may be cited as the Customs Duty (Commercial Fishermen) (Gasoline Fuel) Remission Order 2010.

Exemption from import duty

2 A person who is licensed under Regulation 4 of the Fisheries Regulations 1972 and certified as a full-time commercial fisherman by the Director of the Department of Environmental Protection shall be exempted from the payment of import duty on gasoline fuel for use solely in a fishing vessel registered under regulation 5 of the Fisheries Regulations 1972 and belonging to him.

Exemption from import duty at expiration of this Order

3 At the expiration of this Order, exempted goods which have been imported free of import duty into Bermuda by virtue of paragraph 2 shall not be subject to import duty by reason only that this Order has ceased to have effect.

Commencement and expiration

4 This Order comes into operation on 1 April 2010 and expires on 31 March 2012.

Made this 22nd day of March 2010

Minister of Finance

BR 16/2010

CUSTOMS DUTY (ETTRICK ANIMAL HOSPITAL) REMISSION ORDER 2010

The Minister of Finance, in exercise of the powers conferred by section 2 of the Customs Duty (Special Remission) Act 1951, makes the following Order:

Citation

1 This Order may be cited as the Customs Duty (Ettrick Animal Hospital) Remission Order 2010.

Interpretation

2 In this Order-

"qualifying item" means any building material, furnishing, fixture or equipment (excluding construction equipment) for-

(a) the renovation and refurbishment of the existing animal hospital at 79 Middle Road, Warwick; and

(b) a new hospital facility at 79 Middle Road, Warwick, next to the existing animal hospital.

Partial exemption from import duty

3 (1) The Ettrick Animal Hospital and its agents are partially exempted from the payment of import duty on any qualifying item imported by them into Bermuda.

(2) In subparagraph (1), "partially exempted" means exempted from that portion of the import duty that may be payable under the Customs Tariff Act 1970 at a rate of more than 10% of the value of the particular item.

Partial exemption at expiration of this Order

4 At the expiration of this Order, any qualifying item imported into Bermuda which has been partially exempted from import duty under paragraph 3 shall not be subject to import duty by reason only that this Order has ceased to have effect.

Commencement and expiration

5 This Order comes into operation on 1 April 2010 and expires on 31 March 2012.

Made this 22nd day of March 2010

Minister of Finance

BR 17/2010

CUSTOMS DUTY (RIDDELL'S BAY GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB)

REMISSION

AMENDMENT ORDER 2010

The Minister of Finance, in exercise of the powers conferred by section 2 of the Customs Duty (Special Remission) Act 1951, makes the following Order:

Citation

1 This Order may be cited as the Customs Duty (Riddell's Bay Golf and Country Club) Remission Amendment Order 2010.

Amends paragraph 5

2 Paragraph 5 of the Customs Duty (Riddell's Bay Golf and Country Club) Remission Order 2007 is amended by deleting "31 March 2010" and substituting "31 March 2011".

Made this 22nd day of March 2010

Minister of Finance