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LOCAL GOVERNMENT (NEW JUABEN DISTRICT COUNCIL) (ESTABLISHMENT) INSTRUMENT, 1975 (LI 1054).

IN exercise of the powers conferred on the Commissioner responsible for Local Government by section 6 (1) of the Local Government Act, 1971 (Act 359) and with the prior approval of the National Redemption Council, this Instrument is made this 31st day of October, 1975.

Section 1—Establishment of Council .

On and after the 7th day of November, 1975, there shall be established a District Council to be known as the New Juaben District Council (hereafter in this Instrument referred to as "the Council") for the area specified in paragraph 3 of this Instrument.

Section 2—Common Seal.

(1) The Council shall have a Common Seal which shall be such as the Commissioner responsible for Local Government may prescribe by notice in the Gazette.

(2) Until such time as a Common Seal as prescribed in sub-paragraph (1) of this paragraph is available, a rubber stamp bearing the inscription "The New Juaben District Council” may be used as the Common Seal.

Section 3—Administrative Area of Council.

The area of authority of the Council shall comprise the areas of the following towns and villages which are more particularly described in the First Schedule to this Instrument, that is to say:

Ward 1:      Koforidua West (1)—Betom, School town, Nyamekrom, Nkwankwanua, Asuofiri, Kwame Gyankrom, Densu, Sempoa-Mensah, Puntumpa, Monrovia, Kentenkyiren, Georgekrom.

Ward 2:     Koforidua West (2)—Oguaa, Railway Station Area, Railway line-Nsukwao-Atemoso

Ward 3:     Koforidua East (1)—Hospital-Ante-Natal Clinic, Lorry Park, Barracks, Srodai, Beposo.

Ward 4:     Koforidua East (2)—Koforidua Pound Street, Koforidua/Ada, Pipe Line, Nkontankontan, Kotofu.

Ward 5:     Effiduase—Effiduase-Kentenkye, Ntano, Wawase.

Ward 6:     Asokore—Asokore-Amanforom, Tweapease, Asaase Kokoo.

Ward 7:     Akwadum—Akwadum-Adiembra, Amanhyia, Adomposu, Pilgrim Rest, Titikaaso, Mpahyiem, Tuwuda.

Ward 8:     Oyoko/Jumapo/Suhien—Oyoko-Fernandopo, Jumapo-Abrotia, Yende, Suhien-Wawase, Mpayiem, Esikasu No. 1.

Section 4—Location of Principal Office of the Council.

The Council shall establish its principal offices at Koforidua at which offices meetings of the Council shall be held.

Section 5—First Meeting of Dissolution of Management Committee.

(1) The Council shall hold its first meeting on the 1st day of December, 1975.

(2) Any Management Committee established under the Local Government (Interim Administration) Decree, 1966 (N.L.C.D. 26) within the area of authority of the Council as specified in paragraph 3 of this Instrument; and referred to in paragraph 9 shall continue in existence until the date of the first meeting of the Council; and then any such Committee shall be deemed to be dissolved.

Section 6—Membership of the Council.

The Council shall consist of twelve members of whom two-thirds shall be appointed by the National Redemption Council, and one-third shall be chosen by the Traditional Authorities in the District as listed in the Second Schedule hereto in accordance with traditional and customary usage.

Section 7—Distribution of Seats.

For the purpose of appointment or election to the Council, the area of authority of the Council shall be divided into wards as set out in the First Schedule to this Instrument and each ward shall be represented by one member.

Section 8—Functions.

(1) The Council shall perform all the functions and duties imposed and may exercise any of the powers conferred, on the District Council, by the Local Government Act, 1971 (Act 359), or by any other enactment.

(2) Without prejudice to sub-paragraph (1) of this paragraph the Council shall perform the functions set out in the Third Schedule to this Instrument.

(3) Where appropriate, the Council may make bye-laws in respect of any of the said functions.

Section 9—Transfer of Assets, Etc.

Unless the Commissioner responsible for Local Government otherwise directs in writing, all the rights, assets and property; and all the obligations and liabilities vested in the following Management Committee shall be transferred to the Council, that is to say:

Koforidua Municipal Council Management Committee.

Section 10—L.I. 906 Revoked.

The Local Government (New Juaben/Akwapim District Council) (Establishment) Instrument, 1974 (L.I. 906) is hereby revoked.

SCHEDULES

 

FIRST SCHEDULE

 

WARD STRUCTURE

KOFORIDUA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL

Description of Wards

Ward 1:      Koforidua West (1)—Betom, School town, Nyamekrom, Nkwankwanua, Asuofiri, Kwame Gyankrom, Densu, Sempoa-Mensah, Puntumpa, Monrovia, Kentenkyiren, Georgekrom.

Ward 2:      Koforidua West (2)—Oguaa, Railway Station Area, Railway line-Nsukwao-Atemoso

Ward 3:     Koforidua East (1)—Hospital-Ante-Natal Clinic, Lorry Park, Barracks, Srodai, Beposo.

Ward 4:      Koforidua East (2)—Koforidua Pound Street, Koforidua/Ada, Pipe Line, Nkontankontan, Kotofu.

Ward 5:     Effiduase—Effiduase-Kentenkye, Ntano, Wawase, Tuwuda.

Ward 6:     Asokore—Asokore-Amanforom, Tweapease, Asaase Kokoo.

Ward 7:     Akwadum—Akwadum-Adiembra, Amanhyia, Adomposu, Pilgrim Rest, Titikaaso, Mpahyiem.

Ward 8:    Oyoko/Jumapo/Suhien—Oyoko-Fernandopo, Jumapo-Abrotia, Yende, Suhien-Wawase, Mpayiem, Esikasu No. 1.

 

SECOND SCHEDULE

Traditional Authority                                              No. of Representatives

New Juaben Traditional Authority    . .           . .          . .              4

 

THIRD SCHEDULE

FUNCTIONS OF DISTRICT COUNCILS

It shall be the duty of the Council:

 

Public Health.

1. To promote and safeguard public health and for this purpose the Ministry of Health shall assign medical officers of Health, health inspectors and other staff as appropriate except semi-skilled and unskilled labourers to the District Council for the proper discharge of this duty;

2. To cause their District to be inspected regularly for the detection of nuisances or any condition likely to be offensive or injurious to health;

3. If satisfied that any nuisances or any condition likely to be offensive or injurious to health exists, to cause all proper steps to be taken to secure the abatement of the nuisance or the removal of the condition;

4. To furnish the Ministry of Health from time to time with such reports on disease and environmental health conditions within the district as the Ministry may require;

5. To ensure the provision of an adequate and wholesome supply of water throughout the entire District in consultation with the Ghana Water and Sewerage Corporation;

6. To establish, install, build, maintain and control public latrines, lavatories, urinals and wash places;

7. To establish, maintain and carry out services for the removal of night-soil from any building and for the destruction and treatment of such night-soil;

8. To establish, maintain and carry out services for the removal and destruction of all refuse, filth and carcasses of dead animals from any public or private place;

9. To prevent the pollution of the water in any river, stream, water-course, water-hole or open street drain and to prevent the obstruction of any river, stream or water-course;

10. To regulate any trade or business which may be noxious or injurious to public health or a source of danger to the public or which otherwise it is in the public interest to regulate;

11. To provide for the inspection of all meat, fish, vegetables and all other foodstuffs and liquids of whatever kind or nature intended for human consumption whether exposed for sale or not; and to seize, destroy and otherwise deal with all such foodstuffs or liquid as are unfit for human consumption and to supervise and control manufactures of foodstuffs and of liquids and of whatever kind or nature intended for human consumption;

12. To provide, maintain, supervise and control slaughter-houses and pounds and all such matters and things as may be necessary for the convenient use of such slaughter-houses;

13. To prevent and deal with the outbreak or the prevalence of any disease;

14. To exterminate and prevent the spread of tsetse-fly, mosquitoes, rats, bugs and other vermin;

15. To prohibit or regulate the making of burrow-pits or other excavations;

16. To establish and maintain cemeteries;

17. To provide crematoria where in the opinion of the Council it is expedient so to do;

18. To regulate or prohibit the sinking of wells and provide for the closing of wells;

19. To prescribe the conditions under which any offensive trades or industry may be carried on;

20. To establish, maintain and control pounds, seize and impound any stray animal, and provide for the payment of compensation for damage done by such animal;

21. To prohibit cruelty or any specified acts of cruelty to animals;

22. To provide for the control, destruction and licensing of dogs;

23. To provide that the owner or occupier of any land or tenements maintain, clear and keep free from vegetation roads, streets or paths adjoining his land or tenements;

24. To provide for the control, regulation, inspection, supervision and licensing of:—

(i) social halls, dance halls and places of entertainment;

(ii) lodging and eating houses;

(iii) any premises or land in or upon which any profession, occupation, trade or business is carried on;

(iv) such occupations, as the Commissioner may specify in an Instrument from time to time.

25. Subject  to the approval of the Ministry of Health, a District Council may establish and operate Clinics and Dressing Station;

Public Works and Housing.

26. To construct, repair maintain and keep clean all streets;

27. To divert or alter where necessary the course of any street;

28. To name all streets and cause the buildings in such streets to be numbered.

29. To provide or arrange for electric lighting in streets and other public places and where necessary to provide and maintain electricity supply in consultation with the Electricity Corporation;

30. To make, alter, divert and maintain culverts and streets drains, sewers and water courses, and establish and maintain services necessary for the disposal of storm water and other effluents;

31. To construct, repair and maintain all public roads other than trunk roads but including feeder roads and to undertake road rehabilitation programmes within the district;

32. To prescribe the conditions subject to which the erection and construction, demolition, re-erection, and re-construction, conversion and re-conversion, alteration, repair, sanitation and ventilation of public and private buildings and structures may be undertaken and carried out;

33. To provide for building lines and the layout of buildings, to prepare and undertake and otherwise control schemes for improved housing layout and settlement;

34. To prescribe the conditions to be satisfied on a site for any building or for any class of building;

35. To prohibit the construction of any new building unless and until the plans thereof have been submitted to and approved by the Council;

36. To provide for the demolition of dangerous buildings and for the recovery of any expenses incurred in connection therewith;

37. To maintain, as agents of central government, all public buildings, including prestige buildings put up by the Central Government and previously maintained by the Public Works Department;

38. To maintain, as agents of the Highway Authority, when established, all trunk roads lying within the boundaries of the area of authority of the Council;

39. To take steps to ensure the effective maintenance of all Government properties within its area of authority;

40. To prohibit or regulate the use in any defined area of any inflammable material in the construction or repair of any building;

41. To control and regulate the siting of advertisements and hoardings or other structures designed for the display of advertisements;

42. To build, equip, open, close and maintain markets, prohibit the erection of stalls in places other than markets, and prevent the sale and purchase of goods or stock near established markets or elsewhere;

43. To fix days and hours during each day on which a market may be held and prevent the sale and purchase of goods in markets on any day or at any hour except those fixed;

44. To regulate and control markets including the fixing of and collection of stallages, rents and tolls;

45. To administer as agents the issue of loans under the Roof Loans Scheme;

46. (1) To require the owner of any premises to do any of the following acts:—

(i) to remove, lower or trim to the satisfaction of the Council any tree, shrub or hedge overhanging or interfere in any way with the traffic in any street or with any wires or works of such Council;

(ii) to remove any dilapidated fence or structure abutting on any public place;

(iii) to paint, distemper, whitewash or colour-wash the outside walls or roof of any building forming part of the premises;

(iv) to tidy the premises; and

(v) to move any derelict car or other vehicles.

(2) In the event of the owner failing to comply with a notice from any Council requiring him to perform any of the acts specified in sub-paragraphs (i-v) of paragraph (1) the Council shall be at liberty to undertake the work and charge the owner with the cost thereof.

 

Education and Social Welfare.

47. To build, equip and maintain all public primary and middle schools in its area;

48. To establish all such public primary, middle and special schools as are in the opinion of the Commissioner for Education, after consultation with the Commissioner responsible for Local Government, required in its area;

49. To advise the Commissioner for Education on all matters relating to primary and middle schools and such other matters as may be referred to it by the Commissioner;

50. To be responsible for:—

(i) postings and transfer within its area of authority of teachers including pupil teachers;

(ii) keeping of records of teachers;

(iii) discipline of teachers in accordance with the disciplinary code laid down by the Teaching Service;

(iv) appointment of School Welfare Officers;

(v)  recommending teachers for Study Leave.

(vi) appointment of Head-teachers in accordance with rules laid down by the Appointments Board of the Teaching Service;

(vii) supervision of Primary and Middle Schools;

(viii) formation of Education Committees;

(ix) collection of statistical data and other information;

(x)  in-service training for pupil teachers;

(xi) nursery school education;

(xii) approval of the opening of private primary and middle schools;

(xiii) payment of Teachers' salaries from funds made available by Government;

(xiv) indenting for the supply and distribution of Free Text-books;

(xv) disbursement of Education Grants.

51. To provide for the control and regulation of:—

(i)  concerts, musical or theatrical performances, cinemas, fairs, circuses and other entertainments to which admission is to be obtained on payment of money or of any reward, except where the whole proceeds are being devoted to charity;

(ii) billiard, bagatelle or pin-table saloons;

(iii) horse-racing meetings.

52. To grant and maintain scholarships or bursaries to suitable persons to attend any school or other educational institution in Ghana or elsewhere;

53. To provide for the establishment and maintenance of facilities for arts and crafts, for recreation and sport;

54. To establish, maintain, control and contribute to bands for musical performances in public places and at functions arranged by the Council, and generally to provide musical entertainment in such places and at such functions;

55. To arrange for the provision of public libraries in consultation with the Ghana Library Board;

56. With the prior approval of the Ghana Museums and Monuments Board, to control the disposal of any African antique work of art;

57. To be responsible for the administration of self-help grants and to promote, organise and control self-help projects, subject to the direction of the Ministry of Social Welfare and Community Development;

58. To organise community development programmes to improve and enrich rural life through running literacy and adult education classes, organising voluntary contributions and communal labour for the provision of such facilities and services as water supplies, roads, school buildings, community centres, and public places of convenience; and teaching village women the management of home and care of children;

59. To take such measures as would promote the well-being of under privileged children and the stability of the distressed family;

60. To organise and maintain child care centres and ensure the proper running and management of such centres;

61. To establish, run and manage children's homes and offer parental care for the deprived, namely, orphans and those that are neglected or abandoned;

62. To supervise, and control the establishment of Girls’ Vocational Training Centres and through inspection and examination to ensure minimum standard of proficiency;

63. To provide help in cases of child delinquency and personal and individual difficulty or hardship and to help the destitute and the indigent sick in hospital;

64. To promote and organise group activities to stimulate in the individual or group, an awareness of the social problems of the day and to encourage them to take concerted action to help find a solution, e.g. through sponsored activities of parent/teacher associations, voluntary organisations, and neighbourhood centres;

65. To render relief services during natural disasters, e.g. floods, fire, earthquakes, accidents, in the form of supply of material;

Agriculture, Game and Welfare.

66. To be responsible for the improvement of agriculture including extension services and

allotments for agricultural purposes;

67. To control methods of husbandry;

68. To allocate land in the ownership of the Council for farming purposes and to regulate the system of farming of such land;

69. To provide services for the improvement of livestock;

70. To prevent and control animal diseases;

71. To prohibit, restrict or regulate the hunting, capture, killing or sale of animals or birds or any specified kind of animal or bird;

72. To provide for measures for soil and water conservation;

73. To provide for the fencing of land and for the maintenance and repair of such fences;

74. To take every step to encourage persons to plant specified crops for the maintenance of themselves and their families;

75. To prohibit, restrict or regulate the capture, killing or sale of fish or any specified kind of fish;

76. To plant trees in any street and to erect tree-guard to protect the same: Provided that the streets shall not be unduly obstructed thereby;

77. To regulate or prohibit the planting, cutting, tapping, or destruction of any tree or vegetation growing along any street, road or path or in any public place;

78. To provide for the establishment, management, layout, planting, improvement, maintenance and regulation of parks, gardens and other places of public resort or recreation for the use of the public, and to contribute to the cost of maintenance of any parks, gardens and other place of public resort or recreation provided by any person for the use of the public;

Trade and Industry.

79. To establish and manage, on commercial basis, rural and small scale industries and farms;

80. To promote tourism in the District in co-operation with the Regional Development Corporation and the Tourist Development Corporation;

Births, Deaths, Marriage and Divorce.

81. Subject to the control and direction of the Registrar of Births and Deaths to register all births and deaths occurring within the District;

82. To appoint in consultation with the Registrar of Births and Deaths such registration staff as may be necessary for the proper discharge of births and deaths registration duties;

83. To require the marriage or divorce of any person within its area to be registered at the office of the Council and to appoint an officer of the Council for such purpose;

Traditional Authorities.

84. To make such financial contribution as the Council deems necessary for the maintenance of any traditional authority which possesses any functions which relate to any part of its area;

 

Forestry.

85. To establish and maintain tree nurseries and forest plantations and sell the produce thereof;

 

Stool Lands.

86. Compile and maintain a record of all tenant farmers and the rents and tribute which should be paid by them;

87. Concur in the allocation of new farm lands to tenant farmers and agree with the Stool or Skin concerned on the fee to be paid by such tenants;

Transport and Communications.

88. To prohibit or restrict the driving or use of vehicles generally or any specified class on any specified road or specified direction on any specified road;                                                     

89. To regulate the use and conduct of public vehicles, to regulate routes and parking places to be used by such vehicles to appropriate particular routes, roads, streets, and parking places to specified classes of traffic and when necessary to provide the identification of licensed vehicles as defined in the Motor Traffic Ordinance;

90. In consultation with the Omnibus Licensing Authority, to regulate the conduct of persons using public vehicles plying for hire;

91. To license any vehicle used for taxi, bicycle, motor bicycle and to prescribe the fees to be paid in respect of any such bicycle or vehicle;

92. To establish, acquire and maintain transport services by land or water including ferries but excluding public omnibus services;

93. To establish, maintain and control parks for motor and other vehicles;

94.To provide and maintain in consultation with the Department of Posts and Telecommunication, Postal Agencies where necessary;

 

Fire Service.

95. To lay down rules and regulations in respect of private and public property to ensure adequate fire protection;

96. To prevent and control fire outbreaks including bush fires;

97. To maintain the disciplined and ordered behaviour of officers of the Fire Service Department in accordance with a code of behaviour as laid down by the Chief Fire Officer;

 

Sports.

98. To promote the development of all sports within the area of authority of the Council;

99. To provide, with the assistance of the National Play-grounds Board, and maintain all playgrounds within its area of authority;

100. To organise sports activities within its area of authority and to provide such facilities as may be recommended by the National body responsible for sports;

101. To perform as agents of the National body responsible for sports in maintaining such sports facilities as may be assigned to it by the national body;

102. To advise, to the exclusion of all others, on all matters of sports relating to its area of authority;

 

Miscellaneous

103. To prohibit, restrict, regulate and license the manufacture of distillation, sale, transport, distribution, supply, possession and consumption of akpeteshie, palmwine, and all kinds of description of fermented liquor usually made by citizens of Ghana or adjacent territories;

104. To license petrol service and filling stations within the District;

105. To provide information centres, where necessary in consultation with the Ministry of Information.

 

LT.-COL. B. K. AHLIJAH

Commissioner Responsible for Local Government

Date of Gazette Notification: 7th November, 1975.

 

 

 

ALIENS REGISTRATION (AMENDMENT) (NO. 2) REGULATIONS, 1975 

(LI 1052).

IN exercise of the powers conferred on the Commissioner responsible for the Interior by section 28 of the Aliens Act, 1963 (Act 160), these Regulations are made this 24th day of October, 1975.

Regulation 1—Amendment of Regulations 9 (G) and 13 of L.I. 856

The Aliens (Registration) Regulations, 1974 (L.I. 856) as amended, are hereby further amended by—

(a) substituting for regulation 9 sub-paragraph (g) thereof, the following sub-paragraph:—

"(g) a non-Ghanaian ex-serviceman and his wife; but where such ex-serviceman has more than one wife, then only one of his wives";

(b) deleting from regulation 13 the words from "family" to "stepdaughter"; appearing therein.

ERNEST AKO

Commissioner for Internal Affairs

Date of Gazette Notification: 31st October, 1975.

 

 

 

ASSETS AND BANK ACCOUNTS (CONSOLIDATED AMENDMENTS) INSTRUMENT, 1975 (LI 1051).

IN exercise of the powers conferred on the Supreme Military Council by section 12 of the Assets and Bank Accounts Decree, 1972 (N.R.C.D. 8) this Instrument is made 27th day of October, 1975.

Section 1—Schedule to N.R.C.D. 8 Replaced.

For the Schedule to the Assets and Bank Accounts Decree, 1972 (N.R.C.D. 8) there is hereby substituted the following:—

"SCHEDULE

Kofi Abrefa Busia and his wife

Ministers and their wives

Ministerial secretaries and their Wives

Regional Chief Executives and their wives

The Progress Party

Regional Chairmen of the dissolved Progress Party and their wives

Regional Organisers of the dissolved Progress Party and their wives

General Secretary of the dissolved Progress Party and his wife

Assistant General Secretary of the dissolved Progress Party and his wife

Deputy Speaker of the dissolved National Assembly and his wife

Henry Kojo Djaba, Businessman and his wife

B. K. Busia, Businessman

Moses Ambrose da Rocha, Businessman

Harona Esseku, former Member of Parliament and his wife

G. D. Ampaw, former Member of Parliament and his wife and any account in the name of Kwesi Bodwa opened or operated by G. D. Ampaw or his agent

S. D. Dombo (Fund Raising Account)

University of Ghana Progress Party Club

University of Ghana Justice Party Club

University of Science and Technology Progress Party Club

University of Science and Technology Justice Party Club

University of Cape Coast Progress Party Club

University of Cape Coast Justice Party Club

Aanco Publicity

Aboasa Agencies Limited

Aboasa Food Supplies limited

Aboasa Shipping Company Limited

Agesco Trading Company Limited

Akai Trading Company Limited

Aklimensect Wholesalers Limited

Akoto and Sons

Amankwa Transport

Apino Oil Palm Plantation

Asempaneye Advertising Agency

Asempaneye Buying Company (Ghana) Limited

Asempaneye Food Limited

Asempaneye Industrial Company Limited

Asempaneye Motors and Technical Co. Limited

Asempaneye Travel Agency

Attipa Trading Stores

Attok Industries Limited

Auto Parts Limited

Auto Parts Vehicle Assembly

B. A. Mensah & Co.

B. A. Mensah & Co. Limited

Bestway Sewing Industries

Biby Los Company

Bold Venture Enterprises Limited, Tema

Caramafra Limited

Cash Construction Enterprise

Club 10

Commerce Art and Designers

Corsetry Limited

Daakye Trading Company Limited

Djabanor Farms Products Limited, Somanya

Doska Company Limited

Dukson Importers Limited

Dumenyo Trading Company Limited

Echo Publications Limited

Establishment Tanios Sabah Limited

Faquah Limited

Gazy Home stores

Gazy Nursery Home

Ghana Amusement and Parks (Charity) Organisation

Glyco Confectionery Limited

Goody Building Contractors

Hollywood Rehandling Company

Industrial Chemical and Pharmaceutical Company Limited (I.C.A.P.)

Industrial Merchandise Co.  Limited

Italo Afro Construction Co. Limited

Jako Construction Company

Japan Motors Trading Company Limited

J. J. Mensah & Sons, Kumasi

Kibi Garment Industries Limited.

Kpeshie Contract Works

Lancet Limited

Maaneri Company

Mam Co. Limited

Mawusi Wholesalers Limited

Messrs. Baah Limited

Neptune Clearing and Forwarding Agencies Limited

Okofoh Books and Stationery Supplies Limited

Okofoh Brewery Limited

Osman Trading Company Limited

Ototobiri Farm Estate

Oyoko Contractors

Pan African Metal Company, Takoradi

Petuase Company Limited

Petuduasi Company Limited

Progressive Building Contractors Limited

Rangeela Enterprises

Reindorf Public Relations Services

Ridge Timber Company Limited

Samendu Enterprises

Selfridges Stores Limited

Sonice Limited

Speedway Travel and Tours

Taurian Publications Limited

Textile Spinning Works Limited

Unitex Industries Limited

Unity Enterprises

Vescrapo Trading Agency, Takoradi

Virgo Enterprise

Yefre Lirnited

Yefre Nursery Home

Yoruba stores

K. Adjarko, Managing Director, Produce Buying Agency Limited and his wife

Alhaji Diaby, Contractor, Accra, and his wife

Okyere (Oyoko Contractors) and his wife

Miss T. A. Quist, wife of A. S. Kpodonu, ex-Regional Executive

Mark T. Cofie and his wife

K. Kalmoni and his wife

A. K. Mirchandani and his wife

B. K. Mirchandani and his wife

P. K. Mirchandani and his wife

H. T. Lalwani and his wife

Alhaji Suhunuun, alias Malam Maituri

Abdul Gamel Latiff

Alhaji Dan Lardi

Suhunuun Enterprises

Haidara Company

Abdala Ali Cattle Company

Alhajia Zuweratu, alias Kande

Dr. R. A. Bozzi, representative, International Generics

Jamil Ashkar and his wife, Emelia Tetteh

Assad Melham Kabalan El Achkar

D. A. Lokko, regional salesman (Ho) of Tema Food Complex Corporation, and his wife

E. E. Mensah, regional salesman (Takoradi) of Tema Complex Corporation, and his wife

E. A. Takyi, regional salesman (Takoradi) of Tema Food Complex Corporation, and his wife

John Gyimah, regional salesman (Sunyani) of Tema Food Complex Corporation, and his wife

L. H. Bayford, General Manager, Pan African Metal Company, Takoradi

S. Jethanand, Fibre Company

Silvio Lepri of United Building and Construction Company Limited, Accra

E. K. Colemann, Treasurer, Awutu-Senya Local Council

Wafic Johjoh

David Allen Clark, No. 181 Roman Ridge, Accra

Zabos Panagiotis, Sales Manager, Industrial Chemical and Pharmaceutical Company Limited (I.C.A.P.)

Mr. Semasser, Accra

R. H. Edwards

G. H. Forster

Reynolds Kwasi Bosompem and his wife

Grace Amoako

Georgina Asare

Janet Ofosu

Margaret Okyere

Manfred Doe and his wife

Kwame Oduro and Kofi Owiredu (Omari's children)

Olivia Safoa (Bosompem's daughter)

Kojo Botsio and his wife

John Tettegah and his wife

Imoru Ayarna and his wife

Tekperbiawe Division of Ada Traditional Council

Kwame Adu, Agent of Graphic Corporation, and his wife

J. E. Ampah, Ghana Chamber of Mines, and his wife

A. E. Browne, Ghana Chamber of Mines, and his wife

Amoah Afrifa and his wife

Alex Kwasi Amoah and his wife

Martin Smithin Asante-Darko and his wife

Muhadu Ali alias Ali Abdul

Tunde Yusufu Baba

Odenkey Mensah alias Washington

Emmanuel Bonney

Sumanu Abu

Sulley Gonja

Nii Laryea

Samuel Tetteh, alias Rowlling Stone

Edward Asare-Dotchie, Senior Revenue Assistant, and his wife

Joseph Adotei Bruce-Mingle, Revenue Assistant Grade III, and his wife

Solomon Prebi-Taylor, Junior Assistant Revenue Officer, and his wife

Kofi Agyeman, Clerk Grade III, and his wife

A. L. K. Adu, Ministry of Internal Affairs, and his wife

R. R. Danso, Ministry of Internal Affairs, and his wife

G. I. Ayitey, Progressive Building Contractors, and his wife

John Laryea and his wife

Francis Amuzu of G.N.T.C., Takoradi, and his wife

Jacob Larbi and his wife

Anthony Okai and his wife

Samuel Daniel Eddie Botchey and his wife

Issah Arku and his wife

Jones Budu and his wife

Robert Hosu-Porbley and his wife

Douglas Atiemo and his wife

R. T. Briscoe (Ghana) Limited."

 

Section 2—Instruments Revoked

 

The following Legislative Instruments (which amended the Schedule to the Assets and Bank Accounts Decree, 1972) are hereby revoked:—

L.l. 720, 721, 723, 725, 726, 729, 731, 734, 736, 739, 743, 744, 745, 749, 750, 752, 758, 760, 763, 764, 766, 768, 771, 775, 776, 778, 782, 786, 787, 788, 789, 796, 797, 799, 803, 806, 807, 813, 814, 815, 817, 819, 825, 826, 828, 829, 831, 832, 833, 834, 836, 839, 842, 845, 846, 847, 848, 854, 855, 857, 858, 860, 861, 864, 866, 867, 868, 870, 871, 872, 873, 875, 876, 877, 897, 915, 947, 972, 975, 978, 987, 989, 999, 1006, 1013, 1015, 1017, 1019, 1021, 1030, 1033, 1038, 1039, 1040, 1045, 1046.

 

COLONEL I. K. ACHEAMPONG

Chairman of the Supreme Military Council

Date of Gazette Notification: 31st October, 1975.

 

 

 

CHARTER FLIGHTS AND TOURS REGULATIONS, 1975 (LI 1050).

IN exercise of the powers conferred on the Commissioner responsible for Tourism by section 11 of the Ghana Tourist Control Board Decree, 1973 (N.R.C.D. 224), these Regulations are made this 22nd day of September, 1975.

PART I—LICENCES FOR CHARTER FLIGHTS AND TOURS

Regulation 1—Charter Flights from Ghana to Operate.

All charter flights orginating from Ghana shall operate the Advance Booking Charter flights (referred to in these Regulations as “charter flight”) in accordance with the provisions of these Regulations.

Regulation 2—Advance Booking Charter Flight System.

Subject to the provisions of these Regulations, no person shall organise or operate a charter flight on any route specified in the First Schedule to these Regulations unless he has obtained a licence to do so from the Ghana Tourist Control Board (hereafter in these Regulations referred to as “the Board”).

Regulation 3—Application for Travel Organiser’s Licence.

(1) Any person who intends to organise or operate a charter flight shall apply in writing to the Board for an Air Travel Organiser's Licence.

(2) An application for an Air Travel Organiser's Licence shall be in the form set out in the Second Schedule to these Regulations.

(3) An applicant shall complete the form and return it accompanied by a fee of 100.00 to the Board.

Regulation 4—Tour Operators to obtain Licence.

(1) No person shall organise or operate any tour in Ghana unless he has obtained a licence to do so from the Board.

(2) An application for a licence under sub-regulation (1) of this regulation shall be accompanied by a fee of 50.00 and by the following particulars:—

(a) applicant's name and address;

(b) applicant's business name;

(c) the proposed routes;

(d) the proposed times and frequency of the tours;

(e) the proposed date of commencement of the tours;

(f) the estimated price per tour to be charged to each tourist, inclusive of all services provided;

(g) details of any arrangement which the applicant proposes to make for the accommodation and refreshment of the tourists to be carried.

Regulation 5—Special Licence.

(1) Notwithstanding the provisions of regulations 1 and 2 of these Regulations the Commissioner may grant permission to any person or organisation to organise a charter flight on any route other than a route specified in the First Schedule to these Regulations.

(2)  Any person or organisation to which permission is granted under sub-regulation (1) of this regulation shall apply in writing to the Board for a special licence.

(3) The applicant shall state in the application the following particulars:—

(a) his name and address;

(b) his business name;

(c) the proposed routes;

(d) the proposed times and frequency of the flight;

(e) the proposed date of commencement of the flight;

(f) the estimated cost of organising each flight;

(g) the estimated price to be charged to each passenger;

(h) a written evidence of a bank guarantee of the sum of 20,000.00 to be made available for the purpose of repatriating any stranded passengers or reimbursing any person who has paid in whole or in part for a flight in event the flight could not take place.

(4) A special licence shall be valid for such period as the Board may specify in the licence.

Regulation 6—Operator’s Licence.

(1) Any airline nominated by the Commissioner to operate a charter flight shall obtain an operator's licence from the Board.

(2) Such airline shall be granted an operator's licence if it satisfies the Board by written evidence that it has secured a bank guarantee of the sum of 40,000.00 which shall be made available in the event of its failure to operate the flight to repatriate any stranded passenger or reimburse any person who has paid in whole or in part for a valid air ticket for that flight.

Regulation 7—Acceptance of Application.

(1) Where the Board is satisfied that an applicant under these Regulations is a competent person to operate the proposed charter flights or tours, and that satisfactory arrangements have been made or will be made for the operation of the proposed charter flights or tours the Board shall issue the appropriate licence to the applicant without delay.

(2) The Board may attach to any licence issued under these Regulations such conditions in writing as are reasonably necessary to ensure the efficient operation of the charter flights or tours concerned.

Regulation 8—Refusal of Application.

(1) Where the Board is not satisfied in respect of any of the matters stated in the application in accordance with the provisions of these Regulations it may refuse the application.

(2) Where the Board refuses an application under these Regulations it shall inform the applicant in writing of the reasons for the refusal and shall return the application fee paid by the applicant.

(3) Any person aggrieved by the refusal of the Board to grant a licence under these Regulations may within twenty-eight days of refusal appeal to the Commissioner whose decision on the matter shall be final.

Regulation 9—Validity and Renewal of Licence.

(1) A licence issued under these Regulations other than a special licence or an operator's licence shall be valid for a period of  twelve months from the date of issue and shall then expire.

(2) The holder of a licence issued in accordance with regulation 3 or 4 of these Regulations may, at any time within one month before the expiry of his licence, apply to the Board for a renewal of his licence for a period of twelve months from the date of renewal thereof, upon payment of a fee of 40.00 in the case of a licence issued under regulation 3 and 20.00 in the case of a licence issued under regulation 4 of these Regulations.

Regulation 10—Revocation of Suspension of Licence.

(1) Subject to the provisions of this regulation, the Board may revoke or suspend any licence granted under these Regulations if the holder of such licence contravenes any of the written conditions attached to the licence.

(2) If the Board proposes to revoke or suspend any licence under this regulation—

(a) the Board shall first give written notice to the holder of the licence specifying the written condition which the holder is alleged to have contravened and the occasions on which and the circumstances in which it was contravened;

(b) the holder of the licence shall be entitled, within fourteen days from the receipt of such written notice, to submit to the Board any written representations or objections he may wish to make to the proposed revocation or suspension and also to appear and make any representation to the Board; and

(c) the Board shall not revoke or suspend the licence of any holder who has made written representations or objections until it has fully considered all the representations and objections made by such holder within the time specified by this regulation.

(3) Any person aggrieved by the revocation or suspension of his licence may within twenty-eight days after such revocation or suspension appeal to the Commissioner whose decision on the matter shall be final.

PART II—OPERATION OF CHARTER FLIGHTS

Regulation 12—Conditions for Charter Flights from Ghana.

(1) Subject to the provisions of Part I of these Regulations the provisions of this Part shall apply to all charter flights originating from Ghana.

(2) The operator of a charter flight originating from Ghana shall sell all seats available on the flight to a Travel Organiser who shall resell them to the passengers but the operator shall not at any time sell less than forty seats to any one Travel Organiser.

(3) The number of seats sold to a Travel Organiser under sub-regulation (2) of this regulation shall not include any seat made available on the flight to any of the following persons:—

(a) directors or employees of the operator (whether travelling on business or otherwise);

(b) directors or employees of the holder of a recognised air transport licence travelling on business;

(c) members or employees of the Board travelling on official duty.

(4) The operator shall not repurchase any of the seats on the flight from the Travel Organiser to whom he had previously sold them unless he repurchases from that Travel Organiser all the seats he had previously sold to him before the Advance List was submitted to the Board in accordance with sub-regulation (2) of regulations 13 of these Regulations.

(5) The operator shall not act as agent for any Travel Organiser for the purpose of reselling seats on the charter flight to any passenger.

Regulation 13—Operator to Submit Forms ABC 1 and ABC 2.

(1) The operator shall, within ninety days prior to the date of the charter flight, furnish to the Board on Form ABC 1 set out in the Third Schedule to these Regulations the names and licence numbers of the Travel Organisers to whom he has sold seats on the flights; stating in respect of each Travel Organiser the number of seats sold and the price paid in respect of each seat and the type of aircraft to be used for the flight.

(2) Except as provided in sub-regulation (3) of this regulation the operator shall in addition to the information required under sub-regulation (1) of this regulation furnish to the Board an Advance List in Form ABC 2 set out in the Third Schedule to these Regulations specifying the flight and giving in respect of each person to whom the Travel Organiser specified in Form ABC 1 has agreed to resell seat on the charter flight the following particulars:—

(a) his surname, initials or title;

(b) his address;

(c) where the charter flight is an outward journey, the date of intended arrival at the end of his return journey or where he is to be carried by different operators on his outward and return journeys, the name of the operator by whom he is to be carried on his return journey or the charter flight number of his return journey;

(d) where the charter flight is a return journey, the date of departure on his outward journey or where he is to be carried by different operators on his outward and return journeys, the name of the operator by whom he is to be or has been carried on his outward journey or the charter flight number of his outward journey;

(e) the amount to be paid by him or on his behalf for his outward and return charter flights;

(f) the amount paid or to be paid by him or on his behalf for surface accommodation, car hire or anything additional to his carriage by air on the charter flight.

(3) Subject to sub-regulation (3) of regulation 17 of these Regulations the provisions of sub-regulation (2) of this regulation shall not apply where the operator allocates seats on a charter flight to any of the following persons:—

(a) directors or employees of the Travel Organiser who has purchased seats on the charter flight (whether travelling on business or otherwise) and the members of the immediate family of such persons travelling with them;

(b) travel agents, journalists or owners and managers of hotels being used or intended to be used by a Travel Organiser who has purchased seats on the charter flight;

(c) tour conductors in charge of and conducting a group of not less than fifteen persons travelling on the charter flight.

Regulation 14—Substitute Passengers.

(1) If for any just cause a passenger whose name appears in the Advance List could not be carried on the charter flight the Travel Organiser who has resold a seat on that charter flight to such passenger may subject to sub-regulation (2) of this regulation sell that passenger's seat to another person (hereafter in these Regulations referred to as “a substitute passenger”) and the operator shall within not less than thirty days before the date of the charter flight furnish to the Board a Substitute List in Form ABC 3 set out in the Third Schedule to these Regulations.

(2) The number of seats which the Travel Organiser may resell to substitute passengers shall not exceed fifteen per centum of the total number of seats on the charter flight purchased by him from the operator.

Regulation 15—Waiting List to be Submitted to the Board Upon Request.

(1) The operator shall enter in the Substitute List only the names of persons entered in the Waiting List compiled by the Travel Organiser or the name of the child of any such person born after the Waiting List has been compiled.

(2) The Travel Organiser shall close the Waiting List at the end of sixty days preceding the date of the proposed charter flight and shall submit to the Board upon request a certified copy of the Waiting List.

(3) A Waiting List shall be in Form ABC 4 set out in the Third Schedule to these Regulations.

Regulation 16—Operator to Furnish to the Board Notice of Consolidation.

(1) Where the operator intends to carry on a charter flight persons whose names are entered in the Advance List of a previous scheduled charter flight which had been cancelled he shall within not less than thirty days prior to the date of the proposed charter flight furnish to the Board a Notice of Consolidation in Form ABC 5 set out in the Third Schedule to these Regulations.

Regulation 17—Operator to Furnish to the Board Form ABC 6 upon request.

(1) The operator shall, within fifteen days of being so requested by the Board, furnish to the Board the post flight list in Form ABC 6 set out in the Third Schedule to these Regulations.

(2) Subject to regulation 13 of these regulations no person shall be carried on a charter flight by an operator unless—

(a) his seat on the charter flight has been sold to him by the Travel Organiser specified in the Advance List for that flight or for the cancelled charter flight specified in the Notice of Consolidation referred to in regulation 16 of these Regulations;

(b) his seats on both his outward and return journeys have been allocated to him by the same Travel Organiser:

(c) before his outward journey began he was provided with one ticket for a round trip entitling him to be carried on both his outward and return journeys but not to be carried on a return journey ending less than fourteen days.

(d) such ticket bears the name of the Travel Organiser who has resold the seat on the charter flight to him and the amount paid by him for his outward and return journeys;

(e) his name appears in the Advance List for that charter flight or for the cancelled charter flight specified in the Notice of Consolidation.

(3) Nothing in sub-regulation (2) of this regulation shall prevent the carriage by an operator of—

(a) a child of a person named in the Advance List for a charter flight born after the list has been furnished to the Board;

(b) a person referred to in paragraph (a), (b) or (c) of sub-regulation (3) of regulation 12 or sub-regulation (3) of regulation 13 of these Regulations, whose name and particulars have been furnished to the Board before the date of the proposed charter flight:

Provided that—

(i) not more than three such persons as are referred to in paragraph (b) of sub-regulation (3) of regulation 13 of these Regulations may be carried on any charter flight;

(ii) not more than one such person as is referred to in paragraph (c) of sub-regulation (3) of regulation 13 of these Regulations, may be carried on any charter flight for each fifteen members of a group.

Regulation 18—Emergency Cases.

(1) Where due to any emergency a passenger is unable to travel on the charter flight on which his ticket entitles him to be carried the operator of the charter flight shall notify the Board of his intention to carry a substitute passenger.

(2) If the Board is satisfied that the case is an emergency the operator may carry a substitute passenger on the charter flight notwithstanding that the provisions of regulation 16 of these Regulations have not been complied with by him.

PART III—MISCELLANEOUS

Regulation 19—Interpretation.

In these Regulations unless the context otherwise requires—

“Advance Booking Charter flight” means a charter flight operated in accordance with these Regulations;

"Board" means the Ghana Tourist Control Board;

“charter flight” means the Advance Booking Charter flight operated in accordance with the provisions of these Regulations;

“Commissioner” means the Commissioner responsible for Tourism;

“Operator” means any person for the time being having the management of an aircraft and who holds an Operator's Licence issued under these Regulations;

“Travel Organiser” means any person who holds an Air Travel Organiser's licence issued under these Regulations authorising him to make available accommodation for the carriage of passengers on Advance Booking Charter flights or any person outside Ghana who makes available accommodation for the carriage of passengers on flights in such circumstances that if he did so in Ghana he would, unless exempted by the Board, be required to hold such a licence;

“tour” includes any conveyance of persons by land, sea, or air for the purposes of tourism.

Regulation 20—Revocation.

 

The Charter Flights and Tours Regulations, 1972 (L.I. 762) are hereby revoked.

 

Regulation 21—Commencement.

These Regulations shall be deemed to have come into force on the 19th day of August, 1975.

 

ALHAJI  LT. COLONEL D.A. ADDISAH

Commissioner Responsible for Tourism

 

 

SCHEDULES

 

FIRST SCHEDULE

APPROVED ROUTES FOR CHARTER FLIGHTS

Ghana-United Kingdom route.

 

SECOND SCHEDULE

File ref ...................................................................

Fee: ................................. Initials .......................

Receipt No. ............................................................

Above this line for Official Use Only

________________________________________________________________________

 

GHANA TOURIST CONTROL BOARD

In Confidence

APPLICATION FOR AN AIR TRAVEL ORGANISER'S LICENCE

To be completed in duplicate (original and a copy) and entries to be typed or written in Block letters please.

Section I—Name and Address, etc.

(i) Name ...................................................................................................................

(ii) Business Address......................................................................................................

     Telephone No. ........................................................................................................

     If a Company:

     Company Registration No. ......................................................................................

Date and Place or Incorporation ..................................................................

................................................................................................................................................

Address of Registered Office/Principal Office in Ghana (if different from above) ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

(iii) If business name is registered:

      (a) Number of Registration Certificate ...................................................................

      (b) Date of Registration ..........................................................................................

(iv) Address for Correspondence and Telephone Number (if different from above) ................................................................................................................................................

(v) Personal Contact:

As the Ghana Tourist Control Board may wish to ask you further questions or to discuss matters arising from your application, please state here the name(s) and telephone and extension number(s) of suitable contact(s) within your organisation ...............………………….....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

(vi) (If appropriate) date that trading as Travel Organiser commenced ...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

Section II— Financial Resources, Ownership and Control of Business.

Note.—This section to be completed if the applicant is a body corporate (e.g. registered as a company): otherwise applicant should complete section III.

(i) If a subsidiary of another Company, the Name and Address of the parent and/or ultimate holding Company ............................................………………….…...................

................................................................................................................................................

(ii) (a) the Name(s) and Address(es) of any subsidiary Companies and where incorporated.............................................................................................................................................................................

(b) the Name(s) and Address(es) of any associated Companies and where incorporated ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

(iii) (a) Name in full and private Address of every member of the Board of Directors and details of the shares, debentures and loan capital beneficially owned by each and by the spouse of each as appropriate.

     Working Directors should be indicated by (W) ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

(b) Information requested in (a) in respect of the Company Secretary and managerial staff

............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

(c) The Names and Addresses of any shareholders owning 25 per cent or more of the shares in the Company ........................................................................................................

................................................................................................................................................

(If there is not enough space here, please give additional information on a separate sheet and show here that you have done so).

(iv) (a) Stated share capital....................................................................................................

(b) Issued share capital:

(i) For cash ............................................................................................................................

(ii) Otherwise than for cash (state nature of consideration) ..................................................

................................................................................................................................................

(v) Details of loans and debentures if any and security therefor .........................................

................................................................................................................................................

Section III—Ownership and Control of Business (Not Applicable to Applicants who have Completed Section II).

State whether the applicant is a partnership or a sole owner ...............................................

................................................................................................................................................

(i)  If a sole owner state Name in full and private Address................................................

................................................................................................................................................

(ii) If a partnership state Name in full and private Address of each partner ......................

................................................................................................................................................

................................................................................................................................................

(If there is not enough space here, please give additional information on a separate sheet and show here that you have done so).

 

Section IV—Security Requirements.

All licences will be made subject to the condition that the applicant has secured a bank guarantee of 20,000.00 (written evidence of guarantee must be forwarded together with the application form), and the said sum of money will in the event of his failure, become available for the purpose of reimbursing any of his clients who have paid, in whole or in part.

 

Section V—The Licence.

The Air Travel Organiser's Licence will authorise the holder to engage in the provision of accommodation on Advance Booking Charter flights.

 

Section VI—Fees.

An annual fee of 100.00 shall be paid by the Travel Organiser engaged in the operation of the Advance Booking Charter flight.

 

Section VII

I enclose a cheque or postal orders for the licence fee of 100.00

I, the undersigned, hereby declare that to the best of my knowledge and belief the foregoing particulars are true and complete.

Signature .................................................................................................................

Signatory's Name ....................................................................................................

(Block  Letters)

On behalf of ................................................................................................................

Official Position................................................................................................................

Date.......................................................................................................................................

*This form must be signed as follows:—

(i) If an applicant is an individual by that individual.

(ii) If applicant is a partnership by the precedent partner.

(iii) If a body corporate by a duly authorised officer who should state his official position.

The name of the person signing the application should be typed on all copies of the application. Only the original need be signed.

This form should be returned in triplicate to:

Ghana Tourist Control Board,

State House,

6th Floor, Bay 2.

P.O. Box 3106,

Accra.

 

THIRD SCHEDULE

FORM ABC 1

LIST OF TRAVEL ORGANISERS

Serial No .......................................................

Operator ................................ Date of Flight ........................ Flight No ...........................

From ................................................................. .To .........................................................

Type of aircraft which the operator expects to use for the flight .......................................

................................................................................................................................................

 

Name and Address of Travel Organiser    Licence No. (where applicable)      Number of seats sold to the Travel Organisers     Price paid for block of seats.       

 

Certified  correct signature ...........................................

On behalf of the Operator

Status ..........................................................................

Date ...........................................................................

This form is to be completed in accordance with the Schedule of Advance Booking Charter terms published by the Ghana Tourist Control Board.

 

FORM ABC 2

ADVANCE LIST

Serial No…................……………………..Operator .................. Date of Flight................. Flight No.............. From..............To ................

Name of Travel Organiser …………………. Licence No ………………. (where applicable)

 

NAME OF PASSENGER    Permanent Address (Temporary address if applicable should be entered immediately below the permanent Address)         Number of identification document COUNTRY, TOWN AND AIRPORT OF Date of departure on outward journey or intended date of arrival at end of return journey (as applicable) showing “O”’ for outward and “R” for return   

Surname        Forename      (a)

embarkation  (b)

disembarkation        

 

Certified  correct signature ...........................................

On behalf of the Operator

Status ...................................... Date ............................

This form is to be completed in accordance with the Schedule of Advance Booking Charter terms published by the Ghana Tourist Control Board.

 

FORM ABC 3

SUBSTITUTE LIST

Serial No…………………………..Operator .................. Date of Flight.................

Flight No.............. From..............To ................

Name of Travel Organiser …………………. Licence No ………………. (where applicable)

Total number of seats bought for this flight………………Number of passengers on this list………….

 

NAME OF PASSENGER    Permanent Address (Temporary address if applicable should be entered immediately below the permanent (Address)        Number of Identification Document COUNTRY, TOWN AND AIRPORT OF             Date of departure on outward journey or intended date of arrival at end of return journey (as applicable) showing “O” for outward and “R” for return          Name of person for whom substituted.      

Surname        Forename      (a)

embarkation  (b)

disembarkation        

 

Certified  correct signature ...........................................

On behalf of the Operator

Status ...................................... Date ............................

This form is to be completed in accordance with the Schedule of Advance Booking terms published by the Ghana Tourist Control Board.

 

FORM ABC 4

WAITING LIST

Serial No…………………………..Operator .................. Date of Flight.................

Flight No.............. From..............To ................

Name of Travel Organiser …………………. Licence No ………………. (where applicable)

 

NAME OF PASSENGER    Permanent Address Temporary Address (if applicable) Number of Identification Document     

Surname        Forename     

 

 

                                                           

Certified  correct signature ...........................................

On behalf of the Operator

Status ...................................... Date ............................

This form is to be completed in accordance with the Schedule of Advance Booking Charter terms published by the Ghana Tourist Control Board.

 

FORM ABC 5

NOTICE OF CONSOLIDATION

Serial No…………………………..Operator .................. Date of Flight.................

Flight No.............. From..............To ................

Name of Travel Organiser …………………. Licence No ………………. (where applicable)

Because of cancellations the undermentioned passengers previously named in advance or substitute lists for an earlier flight, as indicated, are to be carried on the above flight.

 

NAME OF PASSENGER    Permanent Address Temporary Address (if applicable) Number of Identification Document      Date of earlier flight  Identification of earlier flight

Surname        Forename     

 

Certified  correct signature ...........................................

On behalf of the Operator

Status ...................................... Date ............................

This form is to be completed in accordance with the Schedule of Advance Booking Charter terms published by the Ghana Tourist Control Board.

 

FORM ABC 6

POST FLIGHT LIST

Serial No…………………………..

Operator ……………..Date of Flight………..Flight No……………From…….To……..........…

Because of cancellations the undermentioned passengers previously named in advance or substitute lists for an earlier flight, as indicated, are to be carried on the above flight.

 

NAME OF PASSENGER    Permanent Address Temporary Address (if applicable) Number of Identification Document      Date of earlier flight  Identification of earlier flight

Surname        Forename     

 

Certified  correct signature ...........................................

On behalf of the Operator

Status ...................................... Date ............................

This form is to be completed in accordance with the Schedule of Advance Booking Charter terms published by the Ghana Tourist Control Board.

 

Date of Gazette Notification: 31st October, 1975

 

 

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