CHAPTER 87 - PENAL CODE ACT
SIGNPOSTING OF AUTHORISED PATHS ACROSS THE RAILWAY RESERVE
[Notice by the Minister]
[RETAINED AS PER SECTION 15 OF THE INTERPRETATION AND GENERAL PROVISIONS ACT]
GN 261 of 1960.
It is hereby prescribed that any path authorised by a Divisional Commander of Police under the powers conferred upon him by subsection (4) of section 227 of the Penal Code for the passage of persons across the railway reserve shall be signposted by the Zambia Railways in the following manner—
(a) a signpost shall be erected where an authorised path enters the railway reserve on each side of the railway track or tracks and it shall bear a circular sign of approximately thirty inches in diameter facing outwards from such reserve;
(b) the design of such circular sign and the figure thereon shall be as set forth in the Schedule;
(c) the background colour of such circular sign shall be yellow and it shall have a band approximately three inches wide and coloured red around its circumference;
(d) there shall be placed centrally within the red band a figure coloured black representing a man walking. The figure shall be approximately fifteen inches in height.
SIGN INDICATING AUTHORISED PEDESTRIAN CROSSING
Diameter of sign - approximately 30 inches.
Width of outer band - approximately 3 inches.
Height of figure representing a man walking - approximately 15 inches.
Background colour - yellow.
Colour of outer band - red.
Colour of figure representing a man walking - black.
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