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BERMUDA STATUTORY INSTRUMENT
HAMILTON (CORPORATION LANDS) ORDINANCE 1947
[made under section 38 of the Municipalities Act 1923 [title 4 item 1] and brought into operation on 2 July 1947]
ARRANGEMENT OF PARAGRAPHS
3 Offences on Corporation land
4 Written permission
1 This Ordinance may be cited as the Hamilton (Corporation Lands) Ordinance 1947.
2 In this Ordinance—
"the Corporation" means the Corporation of Hamilton;
"Corporation land" means—
(a) all of the Par-la-Ville land not occupied by the Bermuda National Library;
(b) all of the Fort Hamilton land owned by the Corporation; and
(c) all of the land owned by the Corporation, lying south of Pitts Bay Road, Front Street and East Broadway.
[Section 2 amended by 1996:9 effective by notice in Official Gazette]
Offences on Corporation land
3 Any person who, on any Corporation land—
(a) gambles or plays at any game of chance;
(b) drinks any intoxicating liquor;
(c) throws away any receptacle which contains or contained any intoxicating liquor or other beverage, or any paper or trash;
(d) openly exposes his person;
(e) is found drunk and appears to be incapable of taking care of himself;
(f) is guilty of riotous, offensive or indecent behaviour;
(g) solicits or importunes for immoral purposes;
(h) without lawful authority or reasonable excuse, loiters, lies, sits, stands about or with other persons congre gates;
(i) broadcasts any sound with the use of any amplifier, loud hailer or otherwise; or
(j) who plays or operates a radio or other device for the re production or creation of music or other sounds,
commits an offence against this Ordinance, and shall be liable to prosecution for an offence against the Municipalities Act 1923 [title 4 item 1].
4 Nothing herein contained shall be construed so as to prevent the Corporation giving written permission to any person to do any act which in the absence of such permission might constitute a contravention of this Ordinance and any such permission shall be a good and valid au thority to the holder thereof in accordance with its terms.