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Publication Date: July 3, 1959
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Table of Contents
    Main
        Page 67
        Page 68
        Page 69
        Page 70
    Legal Supplement
        A-468
    Legal Supplement: pt. 1 Acts of the Federal Legislature (No. 1 of 1959): The Supplementary Appropriation Act, 1959
        A-469
        A-470
        A-471
    Legal Supplement: pt. 1 Acts of the Federal Legislature (No. 2 of 1959): The Federal Public Service Association of the West Indies Act, 1959
        A-472
        A-473
        A-474
        A-475
    Legal Supplement
        B-555
    Legal Supplement: pt. 2 Statutory Instruments (No. 15 of 1959): The Income Tax (Declaration of Secrecy) Regulations, 1959
        B-556
        B-557
        B-558
    Legal Supplement: pt. 2 Statutory Instruments (No. 16 of 1959): The Civil Establishment Order, 1959
        B-559
        B-560
        B-561
        B-562
    Legal Supplement: pt. 2 Statutory Instrumenst (No. 17 of 1959): The Defence (Rates of Pay and Allowances) (Amendment) Regulations, 1959
        B-563
        B-564
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The West Indies Gazette



VOL. 2 FRIDAY, 3RD JULY, 1959 No. 34


TABLE OF CONTENTS

GAZETTE NOTICES
No. SUBJECT MATTER PAGE No. SUBJECT MATTER PAGE

71 The West India Regiment ... ... ... 67 73 Appointments on transfer to the Federal Public
Service ... ... .. ... .. 68
72 Appointments on transfer to the Federal Public
74 Whitley Council for the Federal Public Service... 68
Service ... ... .. .. ... 67
75 Assent to Bills ... ... ... ... 70


LEGAL SUPPLEMENT
PART I-ACTS OF THE FEDERAL LEGISLATURE
(Including Regulations made under section 2 of The West Indies (Federation) Order in Council, 1957).
lo. PAGE NO.

1 of 1959 The Supplementary Appropriation 2 of 1959 The Federal Public Service Asso-
Act, 1959 ... ... ... 469 ciation of The West Indies Act,
1959 ......


PART II-STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS
15 of 1959 The Income Tax (Declaration of 17 of 1959 The Defence (Rates of Pay and
Secrecy) Regulations, 1959 ... 556 Allowances) (Amendment)
16 of 1959 The Civil Establishment Order, Regulations, 1959 ...
1959 ... ... ... 559


PAGE



472


... 563


71

THE WEST INDIA REGIMENT

THE QUEEN has been graciously pleased to approve, upon the recommendation of Her Majesty's Principal
Secretary of State for the Colonies, that an appointment as Colonel, the West India Regiment, be instituted
and that Lieutenant-General Sir GERALD LATHBURY, K.C.B., D.S.O., M.B.E., should be appointed thereto,
13th May, 1959.

72

APPOINTMENTS ON TRANSFER TO THE FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE

THE FEDERAL SECRETARY, acting under the powers conferred on him by the Appointments in the Public Service
(Delegation) Regulations, 1958, has, after consultation with the temporary Federal Public Service Commission,
appointed the following persons on transfer from the service of the Government of Trinidad and Tobago, to the
Offices specified hereundbr with effect from the dates shown opposite thereto.


Officer's Name
Miss M. Cambridge ...
Miss L. Caesar ...
Mrs. E. P. Cross ...
Mrs. L. Armstrong ...
Miss I. Pilgrim ...


Office
... ... Clerical Officer, Grade I ...
.. ... Secretary-Stenographer ...
... ... Secretary-Stenographer ...
... ... Stenographer ...
... ... Reference Librarian


Effective date
of appointment
3. 1.58
3. 1.58
3. 1.58
3. 1.58
... 13. 1.58




THE WEST INDIES GAZETTE


[July 3, 1959


72-Continued

APPOINTMENTS ON TRANSFER TO THE FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE-CONTINUED


Officer's Name
Mr. L. Mathlin ...
Miss Y. Jordan ...
Mr. C. J. Mural ...
Mrs. C. C. Gouveia ...
Mr. E. E. Seignoret ...
Mr. O. P. Joseph ...
Mr. V. C. McIntyre ...
Mr. C. Frontin ...
Mr. E. A. Pouchet ...
Mr. G. H. McEachrane
Miss L. D. Dalrymple...
Mr. E. K. Greene ...
Miss E. Roberts ...
Miss N. D'Abreau ...
Mr. L. Roberts ...
Mr. S. Wilson ...
Mr. V. Patino ...
Miss P. Granger ...
Miss M. Seepersad ...
Mr. J. B. McDowell ...
Mr. D. Solomon ...


Office
Messenger, Grade I ...
Stenographer ...
Administrative Assistant ...
Clerical Officer, Grade II ...
Administrative Assistant ...
Messenger, Grade I ...
Administrative Assistant ...
Clerical Officer, Grade II ...
Clerical Officer, Grade II ...
Administrative Assistant ...
Stenographer ...
Stenographer ...
Stenographer ... .
Stenographer ...
Usher, Federal Supreme Court
Clerical Officer, Grade II ...
Clerical Officer, Grade II ...
Clerical Officer, Grade II ...
Stenographer ...
Administrative Assistant ...
Administrative Assistant ...


Effective date
of appointment
13. 1. 58
1. 2.58
19. 2.58
10. 3.58
17. 3.58
1. 4.58
1. 5.58
1. 5.58
1. 5.58
16. 5.58
27. 5.58
1. 6.58
16. 6.58
1. 7.58
2. 7.58
1. 8. 58
6. 8.58
12. 9.58
9. 9.58
1.10.58
1.11.58


73
APPOINTMENTS ON TRANSFER TO THE FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE

His EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL has, after consultation with the temporary Federal Public Service
Commission, appointed the following persons on transfer from the Service of the Government of Trinidad and
Tobago, to the Offices specified hereunder with effect from the dates shown opposite thereto.


Officer's Name
Mr. L. N. Blache-Fraser
Mr. R. V. McIntosh-Clarke
Dr. S. Moosai-Maharaj
Mr. J. E. Clarke ...
Mr. G. E. L. Laforest...
Dr. H. P. S. Gillette ...
Mr. C. Ahwai ...
Mr. J. F. Horsham ...
Mr. C. A. Cherrie ...
Mr. G. V. Mancini ...


Effective date
Office of appointment
Federal Financial Secretary ... 3. 1.58
Registrar, Federal Supreme Court ... 3. 1.58
Senior Assistant Secretary ... ... 1. 2.58
Assistant Accountant General ... 1. 2.58
Clerk to the House of Representatives 1. 3.58
Medical Adviser ... ... ... 21. 4.58
Establishment Officer ... ... 12. 5.58
Senior Assistant Secretary ... ... 14. 5.58
Assistant Secretary ... ... 15. 9.59
Permanent Secretary ... ... 10.11.58


74
WHITLEY COUNCIL FOR THE FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE

THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL has approved the following Constitution for the Whitley Council of the Federal Public
Service, the formation of which has been agreed to by the Council of State :-
CONSTITUTION
INTERPRETATION
1. In these Rules the term "public officer" means the holder of any office in the public service of the
Federation and "the Government" means the Government of The West Indies.
MEMBERSMP
2. The Council shall consist of 10 members, 5 of whom shall represent the Government (official side)
and 5 the "public officers" (staff side).
3. (1) The members of the "official side" shall be appointed by the Governor-General.
(2) The members of the "staff side" shall consist of persons appointed by the Federal Public Service
Association of The West Indies.
4. (1) The members of the Council shall be appointed in January of each year and shall hold office for
one year : Provided that they may continue in office until the succeeding Council has been appointed.
(2) It shall be open to the authorities appointing the respective sides of the Council to vary their
representatives at any time.




July 3, 1959] THE WEST INDIES GAZETTE 69


74-Continued

WHITLEY COUNCIL FOR THE FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE-CONTINUED
5. Any vacancy caused by the death of a member or by the resignation or cancellation of any appoint-
ment shall be filled by the appointment of a new member whose term of office shall be for the unexpired
period of the appointment of his predecessor. In appointing a new member the same principle shall be followed
as outlined in paragraph 3 above.

OFFICERS

6. (1) The Chairman of the Council shall be a member of the "official side" and shall be appointed by
the Governor-General.

(2) The Vice-Chairman shall be a member of the "staff side" and shall be appointed by the
"staff side".

(3) Each side shall appoint its own Secretary who shall not be a member of the Council.

(4) The Chairman shall preside at all meetings of the Council; in the absence of the Chairman the
members of the Council present shall elect a member of the official side to preside.

MEETINGS

7. (1) Meetings of the Council shall be held as often as may be necessary and not less than once a
quarter in the months of January, April, July and October. Any meeting of the Council at which any
business is left unfinished may be adjourned from time to time.

(2) An agenda for each meeting shall be prepared by the Secretary of the Official Side in consultation
with the Chairman and/or Vice-Chairman and shall be circulated to members of the Council by the Secretaries
of the respective sides of the Council not less than seven days before the day fixed for the meeting.

(3) The Secretaries shall be responsible for notifying the members of their respective sides of the
Council of the meeting thereof or of any Standing Committees of the Council and shall attend such meetings
for the purpose of taking the minutes of the same. Such minutes shall record the names of members of the
Council or Standing Committee present, all decisions of the Council or Standing Committee whether taken
formally or informally, and shall be signed by the Chairman and Vice-Chairman. Copies of such minutes shall
be circulated by the Secretary of the official side to members of the Council or Standing Committee not later
than seven days before the next meeting of the Council or Standing Committee.

(4) Business not on the Agenda shall be taken only by permission of the Chairman of the meeting.

(5) A special meeting of the Council may be called by the Chairman when such a meeting is deemed
desirable by him and shall be called by him when requested to do so by the Vice-Chairman for the purpose
of discussing any matter of urgency of which reasonable notice has been given. The business to be discussed
at any such meeting shall be limited to matters set out in the Notice summoning such meeting.

OBJECTS

8. The objects of the Council shall be to secure the greatest measure of co-operation between the Govern-
ment in its capacity as employer, and the general body of public officers in matters affecting the Public
Service of the Federation with a view to increased efficiency in the Public Service combined with the well-being
of those employed; to provide machinery for dealing with grievances and generally to bring together the
experience and different points of view of the various branches of the Service.

FUNCTIONs
9. The Council may consider any matter which affects the conditions of service of Public Officers.
In particular the functions shall include the following:-
(a) making provision for the best means for utilising the ideas and experience of the staff;

(b) recommending means for securing to the staff a greater share in, and responsibility for the
determination and observance of the conditions under which their duties are carried out;

(c) making recommendations, with regard to the general principles governing conditions of service;
e.g., recruitment, hours, promotion, discipline, leave privileges, tenure, remuneration and
superannuation;

(d) recommending means for the encouragement of the further education of public officers and for
their training in administration and organisation;

(e) suggesting any legislation concerning the position of public officers in relation to their employment;

(f) improvement of office machinery and organisation and the provision of opportunities for the full
consideration of suggestions by public officers on this subject.

Provided that in no circumstances shall individual cases be considered in Council.

COMMITTEES
10. (1) The Council may appoint Standing Committees, Special Committees, and Departmental Committees
to consider any matter affecting any particular Department. Members of Standing Committees shall be members
of the Council, but public officers not necessarily members of the Council may be appointed to serve on
Departmental Committees. Special Committees may be appointed as provided in paragraph 13 hereof.

(2) A report of any Standing Committee shall be brought up to the Council by the Chairman of the
said Committee and shall be dealt with as the Council shall decide.




70 THE .WEST INDIES GAZETTE [July 3, 1959]

74-Continued

WHIT-LEY 0 N!- FORW THE FEDERAL PUBL jp SERyl p-Y-CoNTINUE
AMENDMENT OF CONSTITUTION
11. Thp constitution of the Coustcl pay be amended pr yaried fr~m ip e t9 ti p Fs be necessary
at any meeting of the Council. Notice to move an amendment or yariatiop pf thp Cpnstitution must be given
and circulated to members at least thirty days before the meeting. No such amendment or variation shall have
effect until approved by the Governor-General.

DECISIONS
12. The decisions of the Council shall be arrived at by agreement between the two sides, shall be signed
by the Chairman and Vice-Chairran and shall be communicated to the Government. Before any decision shall
become operative the approval of the Governor-General or the Council of State as may be appropriate and,
where necessary, of the Legislature shall first be obtained.
13. In any case of disagreement between the two sides the provisions of Clause 10 of the Constitution in regard
to Special Committees shall be resorted to. In such a case the Special Cpmr~mttee shall consist of such equal
number of members from each side of the Council as determined by the Council and selected by the respective
sides thereof, together with such other person or persons (not being members of the Public Service) as the
Governor-General may, at the request of the Council, appoint. The decision arrived at by such Special Committee
shall be binding on the Council and shall be reported to the Government in accordance with the procedure
indicated in paragraph 12 above. The decision of the Council or of a Committee appointed by the Council
shall not be disclosed by any member thereof except on the authority of the Chairman.

PUBLICATION OF PROCEEDINGS OF THE COUNCIL
14. Only statements issued under authority of the Council shall be published, and such statements shall
be as full and informative as possible.

The members of the Whitley Council in respect of the period ending on the 31st December, 1959, who
have been appointed on the basis provided in Clause 3 of the Constitution are as follows:-
Representing the Official Side
The Federal Secretary-Chairman
The Federal Financial Secretary
The Establishment Officer, Ministry of Finance
Mr. G. V. Mancini, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Communications and Works
Mr. C. O. Madden, Federal Personnel Officer

Representing the Staff Side
The President of the Federal Public Service Association of The West Indies-Vice-Chairman
The Vice-President of the Association
The Secretary of the Association
Mr. 0. E. Henry
Mr. C. S. McMorris

Mr. G. E. Pollard, Administrative Assistant, Ministry of Finance has been appointed to be Secretary of
the Official Side. The Secretary of the Staff Side will be the person performing the duties of Assistant Secretary
of the Association.


75
ASSENT TO BILLS
IT is hereby notified that on 20th June, 1959, His Excellency the Governor-General assented to the Bills passed
by the Senate and the House of Representatives for the following Acts :-
The Federal Public Service Association of The West Indies Act, 1959-No. 2 of 1959.
The Supplementary Appropriation Act, 1959-No. 1 of 1959.


FYOERNMpNT PAINTING OFFICE, TPfmpA., WYI.-9SS





























THE WEST INDIES GAZETTE

Vol. 2 FRIDAY, 3rd JULY, 1959 No. 34


LEGAL SUPPLEMENT


PART I ACTS OF THE FEDERAL LEGISLATURE


(including regulations made under section 2 of the West Indies (Federa-
tion) Order in Council, 1957).
TABLE OF CONTENTS

No. Page
1 of 1959 The Supplementary Appropriation Act, 1959. 469
2 of 1959 The Federal Public Service Association
of The West Indies Act, 1959. 472































THE WEST INDIES


ACT No. 1 of 1959.

THE SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION ACT, 1959

ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS
Section
1. Short title.
2. $433,797 appropriated out of public funds.
SCHEDULE.







The Supplementary Appropriation Act, 1959 470


I ASSENT
[L.S.] HAILES

GOVERNOR-GENERAL

20th June, 1959.







An Act to appropriate an additional sum from
the public funds of the Federation for the services of the
year ending on the thirty-first day of December, one
thousand nine hundred and fifty-nine.

Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent
Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate
and the House of Representatives of The West Indies, and
by the authority of the same, as follows:-

1. This Act may be cited as the Supplementary Short
Appropriation Act, 1959. title

2. The Financial Secretary may issue out of the $433,797
public funds of the Federation on the warrant of thpriated
Governor-General and apply towards the services of the out of pub-
year ending on the thirty-first day of December, one lic funds
thousand nine hundred and fifty-nine the sum of four
hundred and thirty-three thousand, seven hundred and
ninety-seven dollars, which sum is appropriated and shall
be deemed to have been appropriated as from the first day
of January, one thousand nine hundred and fifty-nine for
the services and purposes set out in the Schedule to this Act.








The Supplementary Appropriation Act, 1959


SCHEDULE


Section 2


Head




V
I
II
III
V
VI
VII
VIII
XII
XIII
XIV


Governor-General
Supreme Court ..
Legislature
Secretariat
Law Officers
Prime Minister
Finance
Labour and Social Affai
Miscellaneous Services
Overseas Commissions-I


XV Overseas Commissions-(
XVII Overseas Commissions-S
XVIII Meteorological Services
XIX Regional Contributions
XX Trade and Tariffs Comm
XXI Expenses Federal Capita

Total Ordinary Expendit
XXIII Colonial Development an

Total Expenditure


Passed by the House
of May, 1959.


$
S10,933
3,180
14,792
900
9,780
1,000
3,900
rs .. 5,000
S111,987
United Kingdom 55,363
Canada .. 2,855
Students Services-U.S.A. 288
16,265
& Services 25,086
mission .. . 5,500
S1 .. .. 120,868

ture .. .. .. $387,697
id Welfare .. .. 46,100

.. $433,797


of Representatives this 13th day


G. E. L. LAFOREST,
Clerk, House of Representatives.

L. A. RADIX,
Deputy Speaker.


Passed by the Senate this 27th day of May, 1959.

D. F. MAYERS,
Acting Clerk of the Senate.





























THE WEST INDIES

ACT No. 2 of 1959.

THE FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE ASSOCIATION OF
THE WEST INDIES ACT, 1959

ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS
Section
1. Short title.
2. Interpretation.
3. Incorporation of the Federal Public Service Association of The
West Indies.
4. Mode of execution of documents.
5. Proceedings not invalidated by vacancies.
G. Property to vest in Incorporated Association.
7. Power to acquire property.
8. Power to deal with property.
9. Power to raise money.
10. Power to appoint attorney.
11. Service of documents.
12. Non-application of territorial trade union laws.
13. Saving of Crown and other rights.







473 The Federal Public Service Association of The West Indies Act, 1959


I ASSENT

[L.S.] HAILES
GOVERNOR-GENERAL

20th June, 1959.






An Act for the incorporation of the Federal Public
Service Association of The West Indies and for the exemp-
tion of the Association from certain Territorial laws.
Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent
Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate
and the House of Representatives of The West Indies, and
by the authority of the same, as follows:-
Short title. 1. This Act may be cited as the Federal Public
Service Association of The West Indies Act, 1959.
Interpre- 2. In this Act unless the context otherwise requires-
tation.
"the Association" means the persons for the time
being associated under the name of the Federal
Public Service Association of The West Indies;
and
"the Incorporated Association" means the body
incorporated by this Act.
Ineorpora- 3. The persons who from time to time shall hold the
tion of several offices of President, Vice President, Secretary,
the Federal
Public Assistant Secretary and Treasurer of the Association shall
service be and are hereby constituted a body corporate by the name
of The of the Federal Public Service Association of The West Indies
West and by that name shall continue for all time and have
Indies. perpetual succession and may sue and be sued in all courts
in the Federation.







The Federal Public Service Association of The West Indies Act, 1959 474

4. It shall not be necessary for the Incorporated Mode of
execution
Association to have and use a common seal, but no deed orof docu-
document purporting to be executed by the Incorporatedments.
Association shall be of any force or validity unless signed by
not less than two of its members.
5. (1) No proceeding of the Incorporated AssociationProceedings
.1 not invali-
shall be invalidated by reason of any vacancy in any of thedated by
offices mentioned in section 3 of this Act or of any defect vacancies.
in the appointment of any person to any such office.
(2) In all matters or things within the province or
discretion or subject to the decision, control or management
of the Incorporated Association, the determination of a
majority of the members thereof, in the event that unanimity
cannot be obtained, shall be deemed and taken to be the
determination of the Incorporated Association.
6. (1) All property of whatever kind which is at theFprty t
commencement of this Act the property of the AssociationIncor-
or is held in trust for the purposes of the Association or is oattion.
held or possessed on behalf of the Association by any member
thereof is hereby transferred to and vested in the
Incorporated Association.
(2) All property of whatever kind bequeathed by
will or otherwise given to the Association shall be held by,
and is hereby vested in, and shall be deemed to be the
property of the Incorporated Association.
7. Subject to the Rules of the Association, theower to
Incorporated Association shall have full power to acquire byproperty.
purchase, transfer, assignment, donation, exchange, demise,
gift, devise, bequest, grant, conveyance, surrender or other-
wise, any real or personal property or any estate or interest
therein and to take, hold and enjoy the same, subject to the
performance of any trust upon which the said real or personal
property may have been acquired.
8. Subject to the Rules of the Association, thePower to
Incorporated Association shall have full power to give, grant,, property
let, charge, improve, manage, develop, exchange, lease,
mortgage, sell, convey, assign, dispose of, turn to account,
or otherwise deal with all or any of the property of the
Incorporated Association or any part thereof.
9. Subject to the Rules of the Association, thePower to
Incorporated Association shall have full power to borrow orraise money.







475 The Federal Public Service Association of The West Indies Act, 1959

raise or secure the payment of money in such manner as may
be thought fit and, for the repayment of the same, to give and
execute mortgages, charges, pledges or other securities of the
real or personal property of the Incorporated Association or
to make any such arrangements as they may consider
expedient with such covenants, powers and provisions as they
may think proper.
Power to 10. The Incorporated Association shall have power to
appoint appoint an attorney or attorneys for such time and purpose
and with such powers as may be stated in the instrument of
appointment and to revoke any such appointment.
service of 11. Any document which is required to be served on
documents, the Incorporated Association may be served personally on
the President or Secretary of the Association or by post or
by being left at the usual place of abode of the President or
the Secretary of the Association.
Non- 12. No law of the Legislature of a Territory with
of territo- respect to trade unions shall apply to or have any effect in
rial trade relation to the Association or the Incorporated Association
union laws. or be deemed ever to have had such application or effect.
Saving of 13. Nothing in this Act shall affect or be deemed to
Crown and
other rights. affect the rights of Her Majesty the Queen, Her Heirs and
Successors or of any body politic or corporate or of any other
person or persons except such as are mentioned in this Act
and those claiming by, through, from or under them.

Passed by the House of Representatives this 20th day
of May, 1959.
G. E, L. LAFOREST,
Clerk, House of Representatives.
L. A. RADIX,
Deputy Speaker.

Passed by the Senate this 29th day of May, 1959.
D. F. MAYERS,
Acting Clerk of the Senate.


Printed by Yuille's Printerie Limited. Trinidad.
by authority of the Government of The West Indies.































THE WEST INDIES GAZETTE


Vol, 2 .. FRIDAY, 3rd JULY, 1959 No. 34



LEGAL SUPPLEMENT


PART II STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS
No. Page
15 of 1959 The Income Tax (Declaration of Secrecy)
Regulations, 1959. 556
16 of 1959 The Civil Establishment Order, 1959. 559
17 of 1959 The Defence (Rates of Pay and Allowances) (Amendment)
Regulations, 1959. 563








556 The Income Tax (Declaration of Secrecy) Regulations, 1959


THE WEST INDIES


STATUTORY INSTRUMENT NO. 15 of 1959.


THE INCOME TAX (DECLARATION OF SECRECY)
REGULATIONS, 1959

Made by the Governor-General under sections 5 and 60 of the
Income Tax (Federal Emoluments) Act, 1958.

ARRANGEMENT OF REGULATIONS


Regulation
1. Citation.
2. Form of Declaration.
SCHEDULE.




His Excellency the Governor-General in exercise of the powers
conferred upon him by sections 5 and 60 of the Income Tax (Federal
Emoluments) Act, 1958 and of all other powers him thereunto enabling
has made the following regulations:-

Citation. 1. These Regulations may be cited as The Income Tax (Declara-
tion of Secrecy) Regulations, 1959.

Form of 2. Any declaration to be subscribed under section 5 of the
Declaration. Income Tax (Federal Emoluments) Act, 1958 shall be in the appropriate
form set out in the Schedule hereto.


Made this 15th day of May, 1959.


By Command,


M. S. STAVELEY,
Secretary to the Governor-General.









The Income Tax (Declaration of Secrecy) Regulations, 1959 557


SCHEDULE regulation 2

DECLARATIONS

DECLARATION OF SECRECY TO BE MADE BY A COMMISSIONER OF
INCOME TAX

(Section 5 of the Income Tax (Federal Emoluments) Act, 1958).


I . . ..... .. .. .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. . .
do solemnly declare that I will truly, faithfully, impartially and honestly,
according to the best of my skill and knowledge, execute the powers
and authorities vested in me by the Income Tax (Federal Emoluments)
Act, 1958, and that I will exercise the powers entrusted to me by the
said Act in such manner only as shall appear to me necessary for the
due execution of the same; and that I will judge and determine upon all
matters and things which shall be brought before me under the said
Act, without favour, affection, or malice; and that I will not disclose
any particular contained in any schedule, statement, return or other
document delivered with respect to any tax charged under the provisions
of the said Act, .or any evidence or answer given by any person who
shall be examined, in pursuance of the said Act, except to such persons
only as shall act in the execution of the said Act, and where it shall be
necessary to disclose the same to them for the purposes of the said Act,
or for the purposes of or in the course of a prosecution for perjury, or
for an offence under the said Act.


Commissioner of Income Tax.

Declared before m e,..................... this..............

.................. .... day of................ 19........


Registrar of the Federal Supreme Court.


DECLARATION OF SECRECY TO BE MADE BY ANY OTHER PERSON
HAVING ANY OFFICIAL DUTY OR BEING EMPLOYED IN THE
ADMINISTRATION OF THE INCOME TAX (FEDERAL EMOLUMENTS)
ACT, 1958.

(Section 5 of the Income Tax (Federal Emoluments) Act, 1958).


do solemnly declare that 1 will diligently and faithfully execute the

office of ........................................................
according to the Income Tax (Federal Emoluments) Act, 1958, to the









558 The Income Tax (Declaration of Secrecy) Regulations, 1959


best of my knowledge and judgment; and that I will not disclose any
particular contained in any statement, return, declaration, schedule or
other document, with respect to the tax charged under the provisions
of the said Act, or any evidence or answer given by any person who
shall be examined except to such persons only as shall act in the execu-
tion of the said Act and where it shall be necessary to disclose the same
for the purposes of the said Act, or for the purposes of or in the course
of a prosecution for perjury or for an offence under the said Act.



......................Signature


Declared before me............... this............. day of


... ............................. 19.............


Commissioner of Income Tax.








The Civil Establishment Order, 1959 559



THE WEST INDIES


STATUTORY INSTRUMENT NO. 16 of 1959.

THE CIVIL ESTABLISHMENT ORDER, 1959.

Made by His Excellency the Governor-General under section 4
of the Civil Establishment Act, 1958.

ARRANGEMENT OF ARTICLES.

Article
1. Citation.
2. Amendment of Schedule of the Civil Establishment (General)
Order, 1958.
3. Commencement.

SCHEDULE.



His Excellency the Governor-General in exercise of the
powers conferred on him by section 4 of the Civil Establishment Act,
1958, and of all other powers enabling him in that behalf, hereby makes
the following Order:-

1. This Order may be cited as the Civil Establishment Order, Citation.
1959.

2. The Civil Establishment (General) Order, 1958, as amended Amendment
by the Civil Establishment (No. 2) Order, 1958, is hereby further Schedule
of the C.E.
amended in the manner set out in the Schedule to this Order. (General)
Order. 1958.
3. This Order shall be deemed to have come into operation Commence-
on the 1st January, 1959. meant.


Made by the Governor-General this 20th day of May, 1959.


By Command,


M. S. STAVELEY,
Secretary to the Governor-General.








560 The Civil Establishment Order,, 1959

SCHEDULE

AMENDMENTS TO SCHEDULE TO THE CIVIL
ESTABLISHMENT (GENERAL) ORDER, 1958.

1. Under the heading "Governor-General" -
(a) delete the particulars "1 1.5.58" specified in relation to
the office "Clerical Officer, Grade II"; and
(b) immediately after the office "Clerical Officer, Grade I",
insert the following:-
"Cypher Clerk $2640 x 120 3600 1 1.1.59".

2. Under the heading "Federal Supreme Court" -
(a) after the office "Registrar" and the particulars specified
in relation thereto insert the following:-
"Assistant Registrar $6480 x 240 7440 1 1.10.59".
(b) to the particulars "1 3.1.58" specified in relation to the
office "Secretary-Stenographer "add the following:-

"1 1.10.59".

3. Under the heading "Federal Secretariat" -
(a) for the particulars "1 3.1.58 30.4.58 only" specified in
relation to the office "Assistant Secretary" substitute the
following:-

"1 1.1.59

1 5.4.59".
(b) for the particulars "6 3.1.58" specified in relation to the
office "Stenographer" substitute the following:-
"5 3.1.58"
(c) after the office "Stenographer" and the particulars
specified in relation thereto insert the following:-

S"Commissionaire $960x60-1200x120-1440
2 1.3.59".

4. Under the heading "Law Officers" -
(a) delete the office "Stenographer" and the particulars
specified in relation thereto; and
(b) to the particulars "1 3.1.58" specified in relation to the
office "Secretary Stenographer" add the following:-

"1 1.1.59".








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5. Under the heading "Prime Minister's Department" -

(a) after the office "Federal Information Officer" and the
particulars specified in relation thereto insert the
following:-
"Deputy Federal Information Officer $7440 1 1.1.59";

(b) after the office "Reference Librarian" and the particulars
specified in relation thereto insert the following:-
"Reference Library Assistant $2640x120-3600
1 1.1.59
Technical Officer $2640x120-3600 1 1.1.59
Library Aide $960x60-1200x120-1440 1 1.1.59";
and

(c) to the particulars "1 15.4.58" specified in relation to the
office "Chauffeur" add the following:-
"1 1.1.59".

6. Under the heading "Ministry of Finance" -

(a) to the particulars "1 1.4.58" specified in relation to the
office "Assistant Secretary" add the following:-
"1 1.1.59";

(b) to the particulars "1 1.6.58" specified in relation to the
office "Administrative Assistant" add the following:-
"1 1.1.59";

(c) to the particulars "1 1.6.58" specified in relation to the
office "Clerical Officer, Grade I" add the following:-
"1 1.1.59"; and

(d) to the particulars "1 1.4.58" specified in relation to the
office "Stenographer" add the following:-
"1 1.1.59".

7. Under the heading "Ministry of Communications & Works":-

(a) for the particulars "2 16.9.58" specified in relation to
the office "Administrative Assistant" substitute the
following:-

"1 16.9.58";

(b) after the office "Administrative Assistant" and the
particulars specified in relation thereto insert the
following:-








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"Housing Manager $3840x120-4080x240-5280
1 1.1.59.
Executive Officer $3840x120--4080x240-5280
1 1.1.59";

(c) to the particulars "1 1.6.58" specified in relation to the
office "Clerical Officer, Grade I" add the following:-

"1 1.1.59";

(d) to the particulars "2 16.5.58" specified in relation to the
office "Clerical Officer. Grade II" add the following:-

"1 1.1.59"; and

(e) to the particulars "2 16.5.58" specified in relation to the
office "Stenographer" add the following:-

"1 1.1.59".

8. Under the heading "Ministry of Natural Resources and
Agriculture" -

(a) after the office "Secretary Stenographer" and the
particulars specified in relation thereto insert the
following:-

"Clerical Officer, (Grade I $2640x120-3600 1 1.1.59".

9. Under the heading "Miscellaneous Services" -

to the particulars specified in relation to the office of
"Telephonist-Receptionist" add the following:-

"2 1.1.59".

10. Under the heading "Commission in the United Kingdom" -

to the particulars "10 3.1.58" specified in relation to the
office "Administrative Assistant" add the following:-

"4 1.1.59".

11. Under the heading "Meteorological Services" -

(a) delete the office "Senior Meteorologist" and the
particulars specified in relation thereto; and

(b) to the particulars "1 1.5.58" specified in relation to the
office "Meteorologist" add the following:-

"1 1.1.59".








The Defence (Rates of Pay and Allowances)
(Amendment) Regulations, 1959 563



THE WEST INDIES


STATUTORY INSTRUMENT NO. 17 of 1959.


THE DEFENCE (RATES OF PAY AND ALLOWANCES)
(AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS, 1959.


Made by the Governor-General under section 221 of the Defence
Act, 1958.

ARRANGEMENT OF REGULATIONS

Regulation
1. Citation.

2. Amendment of Table II to Principal Regulations.

3. Commencement.




His Excellency the Governor-General, in exercise of the
powers conferred upon him by section 221 of the Defence Act, 1958 and
of all other powers him thereunto enabling in that behalf hereby makes
the following Regulations.


1. These Regulations may be cited as the Defence (Rates of Citation.
Pay and Allowances) (Amendment) Regulations, 1959, and shall be read
as one with the Defence (Rates of Pay and Allowances) Regulations,
1958, contained in the Fourth Schedule to the Defence Act, 1958, and
hereinafter referred to as the Principal Regulations.


2. Table II to the Principal Regulations is hereby amended Amendment
of Table II
(a) by deleting the part of the said Table entitled "RATES to Principal
OF FAMILY ALLOWANCE OFFICERS" and
submitting the following therefore:







The Defence (Rates of Pay and Allowances)
564 (Amendment) Regulations, 1959

"RATES OF FAMILY ALLOWANCE OFFICERS

Per Day
When not When
occupying occupying
quarters quarters
$ $
All officers between the ages of
twenty-one and twenty-five .. .. 1.85 1.37
All officers of the age of twenty-
five and over .. .. .. .. 3.96 3.24"

(b) by adding the words "and has reached the age of
twenty-one years" at the end of paragraph (1) of the
part of the said Table entitled "CONDITIONS OF
PAYMENT OF FAMILY ALLOWANCE".

Commence- 3. These Regulations shall be deemed to have come into
ment. operation on the date when the Principal Regulations came into
operation.


Made this 21st day of May, 1959.


By Command,


M. S. STAVELEY,
Secretary to the Governor-General.


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by authority of the Government of The West Indies.




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