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Vol. XCHINo. 43 30th June, 2000 Price: Shs. 700
CONTENTS Page General Notice No. 246 of 2000.
Hie Advocates Act—Notice ................... 361 THE COMPANIES ACT, 1964.
The Companies Act—Notice........................... 361 (Cap. 85).
The Trade Marks Act—Registration of applications 361-364 NOTICE.
Advertisements........................................... 364 Pursuant to section 343(3) of the Companies Act, notice
SUPPLEMENTS is hereby given that unless cause is shown to the contrary the
Bills name of the following company will be struck off the
Register after the expiration of three months from the date
Xo. 11—-The Local Loans (Amendment) Bill, 2000. of publication of this notice.
Xo. 12—The Tax appeals Tribunals (Amendment) Bill, 2000.
BODY LABS LIMITED
Xo. 13—The Stamps (Amendment) Bill, 2000.
Dated at Kampala this 14th day of June, 2000.
No. 40—The Taxes and Duties (Provisional Collection) JOEL COX OJUKO,
Assistant Registrar of Companies.
No. 41—Mbarara Municipal Council Street and Designated General Notice No. 247 of 2000.
Areas Parking Bye-laws, 2000.
THE TRADE MARKS ACT.
Xo. 42—The Uganda Communications (Transfer of Assets (Cap. 83).
to Uganda Communications Employees Pension NOTICE.
Scheme) Instrument, 2000.
Notice is hereby given that any person who has grounds
No. 43—The Customs Tariff (Remission of Duty) to oppose the registration of any of the marks advertised
(Manufacturers of Bicycles) (No. 1) Order, 2000. herein may within sixty days from the date of this Gazette,
lodge a Notice of opposition on Trade Mark Form No. 6
No. 44—The Customs Tariff (Remission of Duty) together with a fee of Shs. 4000 in case of National applicants
(Manufacturers of Pharmaceutical Products) (No. 1) or USS 250 in case of Foreign applicants. The period of
Order, 2000. lodging Notice of opposition may be extended in suitable
cases by the Registrar as he thinks fit upon such terms as he
No. 45—The Excise Tariff (Remission of Duties) (No. 1) may direct. Formal opposition should not be lodged until after
Order, 2000. reasonable notice has been given by letter to the applicant so
No. 46—The Customs Tariff (Remission of Duty) (No. 2) that he may have an opportunity to withdraw his application
Order, 2000. before the expense of opposition proceedings is incurred.
Failure to give such notice will be taken into account in
No. 47—The Excise Tariff (Remission of Duties) (No. 2) considering any application by the opponent for an order for
Order, 2000. costs if the opposition is uncontested by the applicant.
Representations of the marks herein advertised can be
inspected at the office of the Registrar of Trade Marks,
Parliamentary Buildings, P.O. Box 7151, Kampala.
General Notice No. 245 of 2000. (21) Application No. 23378 in Part “A”.
THE ADVOCATES ACT (52) Class 2.
APPLICATION FOR ENROLMENT OF ADVOCATE.
Jt ;s hereby notified that a Petition has been presented to (53) DUXON
te Hon. the Chief Justice by Grace Patrick Tumwine- (59)
Lkubwa who is stated to be a holder of Bachelor of Laws (64)
kgree of Dar-cs-salaam University and a Diploma in Legal
YKtice awarded to him by the Law Development Centre, (57) Nature of goods— All goods in class 2.
[acr.pala for entry of his name on the Roll of Advocates for (73) Name of applicant— MG. Industries Ltd.
.garxia. (77) Address— P.O. Box 21508, Kampala.
STEPHEN MUSOTA, (74)
■xh June, 2000. Acting Chief Registrar. (22) Date offiling application— 22nd June, 2000.