CHAPTER 100
TSETSE FLY (CONTROL) ACT

[SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION]

INDEX TO SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

   ORDERS

      The Tsetse Fly (Declaration of Tsetse Fly Areas) Order

   REGULATIONS

      The Tsetse Fly Regulations

ORDERS

THE TSETSE FLY (DECLARATION OF TSETSE FLY AREAS) ORDER

(Section 3)

G.Ns. Nos.
133 of 1944
136 of 1944
173 of 1944
197 of 1959

   1. This Order may be cited as the Tsetse Fly (Declaration of Tsetse Fly Areas) Order.

   2. The former Provinces and the former Extra-provincial District set out in the Schedule hereto have been declared to be tsetse fly areas for the purposes of the Tsetse Fly (Control) Act–

SCHEDULE

      The former Central Province
The former Easter Province
The former Lake Province
The former Northern Province
The former Southern Province
The former Southern Highlands Province
The former Tanga Province
The former Western Province
The former West Lake Province
The former Dar es Salaam Extra-Provincial District.

REGULATIONS

THE TSETSE FLY REGULATIONS

(Section 4)

G.Ns. Nos.
50 of 1939
133 of 1944
247 of 1946
124 of 1949
289 of 1952
21 of 1953
235 of 1953
154 of 1954
335 of 1954
336 of 1954
128 of 1955
366 of 1955
25 of 1956
208 of 1956
313 of 1956
197 of 1957
400 of 1958
188 of 1959
235 of 1966

1.   Citation

   These Regulations may be cited as the Tsetse Fly Regulations.

2.   Interpretation

   In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires–

   "approved inspection and treatment" means appropriate inspection and treatment of the nature described in a notice displayed in accordance with the provisions of regulation 12 of these Regulations;

   "cleansing chamber" means a building erected on or near a road and used by the Government for the purpose of facilitating the inspection and treatment of persons, vehicles and domestic animals, with a view to ridding them of tsetse flies;

   "fly post" means a tsetse fly control post established under subregulation (1) of regulation 4 of these Regulations;

   "road" includes a public highway as defined for the purposes of the Highways Act *;

   "tsetse officer" means any officer or servant of the Government employed in the Department of Veterinary Services in the performance of tsetse duties and includes any person employed by a local government authority and authorised by the Minister to assist in tsetse survey and reclamation.

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