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   1.   Interpretation.

   2.   Establishment of cantonment.

   3.   Cantonment magistrate.

   4.   Cantonment police.

   5.   Unauthorised sale of spirituous liquor or intoxicating drug.

   6.   Unauthorised possession of spirituous liquor.

   7.   Arrest of persons and seizure and confiscation of things.

   8.   Saving of articles sold or supplied for medicinal purposes.

   9.   Penalty not to be in substitution for other penalty incurred.

   10.   Power to exclude persons.

   11.   Penalty for disobeying notice.

   12.   Revocation of notice.


Commencement: 15 May, 1908.

   An Act relating to cantonments.

1.   Interpretation.

   In this Act—

   (a)   "intoxicating drug" means opium, ganja, bhang, charas and every preparation and admixture thereof, and includes any other intoxicating substance or liquid which the President may, by statutory order, declare to be an intoxicating drug for the purposes of this Act;

   (b)   "officer" and "militant" have the meanings respectively attributed to them in the Uganda Peoples' Defence Forces Act;

   (c)   "spirituous liquor" means any fermented liquor, any wine, any alcoholic liquid obtained by distillation, and the sap of any kind of palm tree, and includes any other liquid consisting of or containing alcohol which the President may, by statutory order, declare to be a spirituous liquor for the purposes of this Act.

2.   Estab

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