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Title: The West Indies gazette
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Language: English
Creator: West Indies (Federation)
Publisher: Govt. Print. Off.
Place of Publication: Port of Spain Trinidad
Publication Date: April 8, 1960
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Subject: Politics and government -- Periodicals -- West Indies (Federation)   ( lcsh )
Spatial Coverage: Trinidad and Tobago -- Trinidad
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v.1- Jan. 3, 1958-
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The West Indies Gazette


VOL. 3 FRIDAY, 8TH APRIL, 1960 No. 10


TABLE OF CONTENTS
GAZETTE NOTICES
No. SUBJECT MATTER PAGE NO. SUBJECT MATTER PAGE
32 Promotions in the Federal Public Service ... 21 37 Appointment of Commanding Officer in the West
33 Appointments in the Federal Public Service ... 21 India Regiment ... ... ... ... 22
34 Demand No. 2 of 1960 ... ... 22 38 Termination of Secondment to the West India
35 Relinquishment of command in the West India Regiment ... ... ... ... 22
Regiment ... ... ... 22 39 Secondment to the West India Regiment ... 22
36 Promotion in the West India Regiment ... 22 40 Table of Precedence for the West Indies ... 22


LEGAL SUPPLEMENT
PART II-STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS
No. PAGE
5 of 1960 The Census and Statistics (Population,
Housing and Agriculture) Regula-
tions, 1960 ... ... ... 15


32
PROMOTIONS IN 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 Public Service Commission, promoted the
following persons to the posts, and with effect from the date indicated hereunder:-
Post to which Effective date
Officer's Name Present Post promoted of appointment
Mrs. L. Bowrin ... Stenographer Secretary/Stenographer ... 1.9.59
Mrs. B. Grosvenor ... do. do. ... ... 1.1.60
Miss M. Seepersad ... do. do. ... ... 9.3.60
Miss L. Dalrymple ... do. do. ... ... 1.4.60
Mr. R. McI. Robinson ... Clerical Officer, Clerical Officer,
Grade II Grade I ... ... 7.1.60
Mr. C. V. Frontin ... do. do. ... ... 1.1.60
Mr. L. C. Reid .. ... do. do. ... ... 1.4.60


33
APPOINTMENTS IN 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 Public Service Commission, appointed the
following persons to the posts, and with effect from the dates indicated hereunder:-


Officer's Name
Mr. R. Gardier

Miss V. Awong
Mr. N. Ragbir
Miss P. Chase
Miss J. Thomas
Mr. W. Romany
Miss D. Fletcher


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Post to which
appointed
... Clerical Officer,
Grade II
do.
...... do.
Stenographer
do.
...... do.
... ... ... do.


Effective date
of appointment:

.. 1.1.60
1.4.60
1.4.60 -
2.1.60
. 2.1.60

8.2.60







22 THE WEST INDIES GAZETTE [April 8, 1960]

34
DEMAND NO. 2 OF 1960
Mandatory Levy
THE CONSTITUTION OF THE WEST INDIES, ARTICLE 93
PURSUANT to Article 93 of the Constitution of The West Indies, I HEREBY DEMAND from the Governments of the
Territories comprising the Federation of The West Indies, other than the Governments of the Territories of the
Cayman Islands and the Turks and Caicos Islands, the sum of two million, two hundred and eighty thousand
dollars ($2,280,000) as a payment on account of the amount payable by such Governments for the purposes of
the Federal Government under Article 93 in respect of the financial year ending on the thirty-first day of
December, 1960, and I hereby direct that the sum hereby demanded shall be paid by the Governments of such
Territories to the Federal Government on or before the twenty-third day of April, 1960.
Dated this 6th day of April, 1960. HAILES
Governor-General

35
RELINQUISHMENT OF COMMAND IN THE WEST INDIA REGIMENT
IT is hereby notified that Lieutenant-Colonel R. A. DAVIES, O.B.E., late Royal Berkshire Regiment, relin-
quished command of the 1st Battalion West India Regiment on 7th of April, 1960, at the end of his period of
secondment to the West India Regiment.

36
PROMOTION IN THE WEST INDIA REGIMENT
IT is hereby notified that Major DAVID HARTMANN SMITH, E.D., has been promoted to the rank of Lieutenant-
Colonel with effect from the 7th day of April, 1960.

37
APPOINTMENT OF COMMANDING OFFICER IN THE WEST INDIA REGIMENT
IT is hereby notified that Lieutenant-Colonel D. H. SMITH, E.D., has been appointed Commanding Officer,
1st Battalion, the West India Regiment, with effect from 7th of April, 1960.

38
TERMINATION OF SECONDMENT TO THE WEST INDIA REGIMENT
IT is hereby notified that the period of secondment to the West India Regiment of the following officers termi-
nated on the dates set out against their names:-
2nd Lieutenant D. G. CONNIFF (458301) 3rd East Anglian Regiment-4th March, 1960.
2nd Lieutenant D. E. M. HOPKINS (458624) Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment-4th March, 1960.
2695495 WOI (RSM) D. C. GIBSON, M.B.E., Scots Guards-14th February, 1960.

39
SECONDMENT TO THE WEST INDIA REGIMENT
PURSUANT to section 182 (2) of the Defence Act, 1958 the Governor-General has been pleased to approve the
secondment to the West India Regiment of the undermentioned officers of Her Majesty's forces with effect from
the dates set out against their names:-
Major W. G. H. DUNGLINSON (359074) The Buffs-10th March, 1960.
2nd Lieutenant A. EDMONDS (463832) The Durham Light Infantry-8th February, 1960.
2696107 WOI (RSM) A. J. H. SUTTLE Scots Guards-30th January, 1960.

40
TABLE OF PRECEDENCE FOR THE WEST INDIES

THE following Table of Precedence for The West Indies has been approved by Her Majesty the Queen and
supersedes that published in The West Indies Gazette, Vol. 1, No. 12, on Friday the 21st of March, 1958, as
Notice No. 31.
Table of Precedence
1. The Governor-General.
2. The Prime Minister of the Federation.
3. The Federal Chief Justice.
4. The President of the Senate.
5. The Speaker of the House of Representatives.
6. Members of the Council of State, in order of seniority according to the date of their appointment as such.
7. The Federal Secretary.
8. The Federal Attorney General.
9. Judges of the Federal Supreme Court.
10. The Federal Financial Secretary.
11. The Leader of the Opposition in the Federal House of Representatives.
12. Members of the Senate.
13. Members of the Federal House of Representatives.
14. The Chairman of the Federal Public Service Commission.
15. The Principal of the University College of The West Indies.
16. Members of the Federal Public Service Commission.
17. The Principal Officers of Government in such order as may be assigned by the Governor-General.








[April 8, 1960] THE WEST INDIES GAZETTE 23

40-Continued
TABLE OF PRECEDENCE FOR THE WEST INDIES-CONTINUED
NOTES :
(1) The observance of the Table at Federal functions shall be subject to such modifications as the
Governor-General may deem necessary to conform with the laws and customs of the Territory in
which the Federal function is held.
(2) Precedence inter se of
Members of the Senate (item 12)
Members of the House of Representatives (item 13)
shall be determined by order of seniority according to the date of their appointment or election as
such.
(3) In cases where precedence is determined by dates of appointment or election and the persons
concerned have been so appointed or elected on the same date then seniority shall be determined
in alphabetical order of surnames.
(4) Persons not listed in this Table shall take such precedence as may be assigned to them by the
Governor-General.

Courtesy Precedence will be accorded as follows
1. The Governors of the federating territories and the Governors of British Guiana and British Honduras,
when they are present in the Federation, in an agreed order, provided that in his own territory the Governor of
a federating territory shall take precedence immediately after the Governor-General.
2. The Officer in Command of the Naval Forces on the Station in which the Federation is included if holding
rank equivalent or superior to that of Rear Admiral, the Officer in Command of the Land Forces in the Federa-
tion if holding rank equivalent or superior to that of Major-General, and the Officer in Command of the Air
Forces in the Federation if holding rank equivalent to that of Air Vice-Marshal, their own relative rank and
precedence being determined by the Queen's Regulations on that subject, immediately after the Governors of the
federating territories and British Guiana and British Honduras.
3. His Grace the Archbishop of The West Indies after the Officers Commanding the Naval, Land and Air
Forces in item 2 above.
4. His Grace the Archbishop of Port-of-Spain after His Grace the Archbishop of The West Indies.
5. His Lordship the Bishop of Trinidad after the Prime Minister of the Federation.
6. His Lordship the Bishop of Zarna after His Lordship the Bishop of Trinidad.
7. The Officer in Command of the Naval Forces on the Station in which the Federation is included if of the
rank of Commodore, the Officer in Command of the Land Forces in the Federation if of the rank of Brigadier,
and the Officer in Command of the Air Forces in the Federation if of the rank of Air Commodore, their own
relative rank and precedence being determined by the Queen's Regulations on that subject, immediately after
the Members of the Council of State.
8. The Commissioners for Commonwealth Countries in The West Indies after the Federal Financial
Secretary.
9. Consuls-General de Carriere after the Commissioners for Commonwealth Countries.
10. The Commissioners for The West Indies after Consuls-General de Carriere.
11. The Officer in Command of the Naval Forces on the Station in which the Federation is included if of the
rank of Captain or Commander, the Officer in Command of the Land Forces in the Federation if of the rank of
Colonel or Lieutenant-Colonel, and the Officer in Command of the Air Forces in the Federation if of the rank of
Group Captain or Wing Commander, their own relative rank and precedence being determined by the Queen's
Regulations on that subject, after the Commissioners for The West Indies.
12. Honorary Consuls-General and Consuls de Carriere after the members of the Federal House of
Representatives.
13. Trade Commissioners for the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand, and Information Officers,
with but after honorary Consuls-General and Consuls de Carriere.
14. The Mayors of Port-of-Spain, San Fernando and Arima, in that order, after the Principal of the
University College of The West Indies and after the Governor at Civic functions within their municipalities.
15. Honorary Consuls and Vice-Consuls after the Mayors of Port-of-Spain, San Fernando and Arima.
16. The Secretary-General of the Caribbean Commission after honorary Consuls and Vice-Consuls.


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THE WEST INDIES GAZETTE


Vol. 3 FRIDAY, 8th APRIL,, 1960 No. 10


LEGAL SUPPLEMENT

PART H--STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS


TABLE OF CONTENTS
No.

5 of 1960 The Census and Statistics (Population,
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The Census and Statistics (Population, Housing and Agriculture)
15 Regulations, 1960.


THE WEST INDIES

STATUTORY INSTRUMENT No. 5 of 1960.

THE CENSUS AND STATISTICS (POPULATION, HOUSING
AND AGRICULTURE) REGULATIONS, 1960.

Made by His. Excellency the Governor-General under section
18' of the Census and Statistics Act, 1959.

ARRANGEMENT OF REGULATIONS
1. Citation.
2. Matters in respect of which statistics may be collected.
3. Particulars, and information to be furnished.



His Excellency the Governor-General in exercise of the powers
conferred on him by section 18 of the Census and Statistics Act, 1959,
and all other powers enabling him in that behalf, hereby makes the
following Regulations:-

Citation. 1. These Regulations may be cited as the Census and Statistics
(Population, Housing and Agriculture) Regulations, 1960.

Matters in 2. Statistics for the Federation may be collected under the
respect of Act with respect to the following matters:-
which
statistics (a) population;
may be
collected.
(b) housing;

(c) agriculture.

Particulars 3. The following particulars and information shall be furnished,
andinforma-if required, in relation to the matters specified in the last preceding
tion to be regulation:-
furnished.
(a) in relation to population, every person alive at midnight
on the 7th day of April, 1960, and who pass that night
within a Territory or the territorial waters of a Territory
or who arrive on any ship or boat in a Territory within
five days following that night and in respect of every
such person and in respect every person usually resident
in a Territory but absent on that night-

(i) the surname, christian or other name, place of usual
residence, whereabouts on that night, relationship
to the head of the household, sex, age last birthday,








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legal marital status, birth place, particulars of
residence in the Territory, religion, race or ethnic
origin and name of school being attended;

(ii) where the person is aged 10 years or over, the ability
to read or write, educational level and any completed
vocational training;

(iii) where the person is a female aged 14 years or over,
the number of children ever born to her, her age
when her first live-born child was born, whether any
child was born to her alive since 1st April, 1959, the
status and duration of her present union;

(iv) where the person is aged 14 years or over, his main
occupation, occupational status and industry for any
particular period of 12 months, any subsidiary
occupation of his during any such period, his economic
activity for any particular week, and his income
group.

(b) in relation to housing-

(i) the situation of each dwelling;

(ii) the type of dwelling;

(iii) the number of households in the dwelling, the number
of persons in each household, the number of rooms
occupied by each household, and the total number of
rooms in the dwelling;

(iv) the date on which the dwelling was constructed and
the date on which it was first occupied;

(v) the material of the outer wall of the dwelling;

(vi) whether the occupier owns the dwelling cr the land
on which it is situated, and if in either case he does
not, the particulars of occupancy;

(vii) the manner of supply of water and electricity (if
any) to the dwelling;

(viii) the toilet facilities (if any) of the dwelling.

(c) in relation to agriculture-

(i) the name of every person using or occupying land
for agricultural or farming purposes;








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17 Regulations, 1960.


(ii) the size of each farm or plot so occupied or used in
acres or fractions of an acre;

(iii) whether a person keeps livestock and, if he does, the
number of livestock kept by him.


Made by the Governor-General this 29th day of March, 1960.


By Command,

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


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