The West Indies Gazette
VOL. 4 MONDAY, 3RD JULY, 1961 No. 26
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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69 Governor-General ... .. ... ... 53 72 Secretary of the Federal Public Service Commission 53
70 Acting Governor-General ... ... ... 53 73 Publication of Bill ... ... ... ... 53
71 Demand No. 3 of 1961 ... ... ... 53
His EXCELLENCY THE RIGHT HONOURABLE LORD. HAILES, G.B.E., Governor-General of The West Indies,
proceeded to the United Kingdom on vacation leave on 2nd July, 1961. It is expected that His Excellency will
be returning to The West Indies towards the end of October.
CONSEQUENT upon the departure from the Federation of His Excellency the Governor-General, Her Majesty
has been pleased to designate by instructions given through the Secretary of State for the Colonies pursuant to
Article 4 (1) (b) of the Constitution of The West Indies, SIR ALFRED BAILLIE RENNIE as the person to assume
and perform the functions of the office of Governor-General, with effect from the 2nd July, 1961, and Sir Alfred
Rennie has assumed the functions accordingly.
DEMAND No. 3 OF 1961
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, 1961, 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 17th day of July, 1961.
Dated this 16th day of June, 1961.
SECRETARY OF THE FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
CONSEQUENT on the grant of vacation leave to Mr. J. C. Malone, the Governor-General has approved, in
accordance with regulations 6 and 7 of the Public Service Commission Regulations, 1960 (No. 6), of the
appointment of MR. A. E. PENN to act as Federal Personnel Officer and as Secretary of the Federal Public
Service Commission from the 1st of July, 1961, inclusive, until further notice.
PUBLICATION OF BILL
NOTICE is hereby given that the following Bill is published in the Gazette for public information:-
The Overseas Judgments (Reciprocal Enforcement) (Amendment) Bill.
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, TRINIDAD, W.I.-1961
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