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Tijdschrift voor Neerland's Indië jrg 19, 1890 (1e deel) [volgno 5]

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such particulars and infermation and notice and after such further inquiry as to the Governor in Council may seem proper.

(i) . — if it shall appear to the Governor in Council that the Society is not a dangerous Society and that the additional particulars furnished may properly be registered under section three hereof it shall be lawful for the Governor by Order in Council to authorise the Registering Officer to register such additional particulars accordingly subject to such special conditions and restrictions relating to insignia banners paintings drawings writings or other articles tendered for registration under the said section three and subject to such other conditions and restrictions as to the Governor in Council may seem fit; but

(ii) . — if it shall appear to the Governor in Council that the Society is dangerous to the public peace he may call upon some one or more of the managers or office-bearers thereof by notice in writing to show cause before the Governor in Council at a time and place to be mentioned in the notice why such Society should not be suppressed.

In default of such cause being shewn or if the Governor in Council should after cause being shewn consider the said Society registered subject to special conditions or restrictions if any of such conditions or restrictions shall be broken the Governor in Council may order the Society to be suppressed.

8. All property moveable and immoveable belonging to or held in trust by any person for the use or benefit of any Society ordered to be suppressed under section seven hereof shall be deemed to have vested in Her Majesty the Queen Her Heirs and Successors for the use of the Colony as on the day of the date of the notice requiring additional particulars or in the case af a Society suppressed