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The West Indies Gazette


VOL. 4 FRIDAY, 7TH JULY, 1961 No. 27



TABLE OF CONTENTS
GAZETTE NOTICE
No. SUBJECT MATTER PAGE
74 Publication of Adaptation of Existing Laws Order 55


LEGAL SUPPLEMENT
PART II--STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS
No. PAGE
9 of 1961 The Adaptation of Existing Laws
Order, 1961 ... ... ... 12


74
PUBLICATION OF ADAPTATION OF EXISTING LAWS ORDER
NOTICE is hereby given that The Adaptation of Existing Laws Order, 1961 is published in the Legal Supple-
ment to this issue of the Gazette.


GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, TRINIDAD, W.I.-1961


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 5, 1955.- (o. 641.


Tendors should be submitted to the Chi 'man,
'renders Board, St. George's, marked fIenc(,e for
burial of paupers" by 4.p.m. on 25th November,
195,5.
Forms of tender may be obtained on application
at the Government Office.
Government does not bind itself to accept the
low-st or any tender.

By Command,

GEO. F. HOSTEN,
.Acting Government Secretary.
Government Office.
29th October, 1955.
M.P. 185/2/56.


NOTICE.

Agricultural Exhibition and Trade
Fair, 1956.

T is hereby notified for general information that
the Agricultural Exhibition and Triade Fair,
1956(, has boen postponed for one year.

By Command,


Government O4tice,
(renada.
26th October, 1955.


GEO. F. HOSTEN,
Government Secretary.


NOTICE
-Committee For Selection Of Student Nurses
For Training In The United Kingdom.

(x OVE'lRNME'NT has set up a Committee, com-
IT praised of the following persons to deal with
the selection of n.irsing candidates who wish to
apply for training in the Uni:ed Kingcom :-
The Nursing Superintendei t (Chairman)
,, Labour Commissioner
,, Inspector of Schools
,Social Welfare Offic r
Mrs. C. Gun-Munro.
2. The duties of the Committee will be :
(i) to keep in touch with and advise (a) local
applicants for nursing training, and (b)
the authorities in the United Kingdom
responsible for the placing of candidates
in hospitals, and (c) answer enquiries
from individual hospital matrons ;
(ii) when required to check references, supply
details of education and previous nurs-
ing training, if any, and arrange
medical examinations.
3. All candidates wishing to enter U. K.
hospitals are therefore, advised to get in touch
with the Nursing Superintendent before
making any arrangements in the matter.

Government Office,
Grenada.
:31st Oe ober, .955.


NOTICE.

Open General Licences-lMIeats.

TMPORTERS are hereby notified that Open
1 General Licences in respect of item "meats'
allow the importation of such products not packed
in hermetically sealed containers from the following
countries only under the Animals (Diseases and
Importation), 1953 Ordinance, No. 9,: -(reat
Britain, Northern Ireland, Eire, Canada, New
Zealand, Australia and the United States of
America.
Import of Salami Sansages packed in tin foil
are not permitted from other countries than those
listed above.
The prohibition of import of all pork products
from the U. S. A. is still in force.

WILLIAM G. DONELAN,
Competent Authority.
27th October, 1955.


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES.

EDUCATION.

Examinations for Filling 32 Vacant
Exhibitions (20 Primary and 12 Post
Primary) Tenable at Secondary
Schools; Grenada.

TOTICE is hereby given that Competitive
I Examinations for filling the above vacant
Exhibitions will be held on the following dates at
10 o'clock a.-. at the Grenada Boys' Ceccndary
School (Tanteen), and at the Dovei Government
School, Carriacsu :-
Primary --Monday, 12th December, 1955.
Post Primary-Tuesday, 13th December,
1955,
(a) The Exhibitions are of the value of the
School fees. In addition each exhibi-
tioner will receive eight dollars ;$8.(00)
per annum 'cr books.
(b) The Exhibitions are open lo comp-tiltin
only by pupils of the, l'iomeniuary
(including i private) choicec who proiucu
certificates of good conduct and regular
attendance during the two years
immediately preceding the d(lte fixed'
for the competition. Competitors for
the Primary Exhibitions must be horn
on or after 13h l .'ecmin or, 1943, and
Competitors for lie Icst Primary
JExhibitions must b- born during the
period 14th December, 1941, and 12th
December, 191n3.
(c) The subjects of examination are as follows-
(i) English Comp:rchension Test.
(ii) English Grammar.
(iii) Simple \rithimbtic.
(d) The successful! candidates will be re(]uin~d
to attend Fchool within fourteen
(14 days) of being notified.
2. Every candidate should state on his application
the name of the Secon lai y school he would likJ 'o
attend.


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THE WEST INDIES GAZETTE


Vol. 4 FRIDAY, 7th JULY, 1961 No. 27


LEGAL SUPPLEMENT


PART II-STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS


TABLE OF CONTENTS
No. Page

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The Adaptation of Existing Laws Order, 1961.


THE WEST INDIES

: S;" 'TATUTOR'Y INSTRtUMENT No. ,9 of 19611..

THE ADAPTATION QF EXISTING LAWS ORDER, 1961.

S,,ARRANGEMENT OF ARTICLES
Article
1. Citation
2. .Interpretation,
3. Adaptation of laws in force immediately prior to 46th August,
1960.
4. Adaptation of laws in force immediately prior to 7th December,
1960.
SCHEDULES.


His Excellency the Governor-General in exercise of the
powers conferred on him by section 18 of the Constitution of the West
Indies (Amendment) Order in Council, 1960, and section 5 of the
Constitution of the West Indies (Amendment No. 2) Order in Council,
1960, and of all other powers him thereunto enabling, hereby makes the
following Order:-

Citation. 1. This Order may be cited as the Adaptation of Existing Laws
Order, 1961.

Interpre- 2. .In this Order, "law" means a law of the Federal Legislature
station. and includes any instrument having the force of law made in exercise of
a power conferred by such law.

Adaptation 3. (1) Every law specified in the first column of the First Schedule
of laws in to this Order (being la law in force immediately prior to the 16th day
force of August, 1960) shall be read and construed subject to the adaptations
prior to 16th anidmodifications specified opposite thereto in the second column of the
August, said Scheduile. .
1960.
(2) Where:in any law in force immediately prior to the said
16th day of August, 1960, reference is made to the Council of State such
reference. shall be. construed as a reference to the Cabinet provided for
by article 59 of the, Gonstitution,as amended by the Constitution of the
.West Indies (Amendment) Order in Council, 1960, and references to
a ,member of the Council of State and to the Clerk to the Council shall
be construed respectively as references to a member ;of the Cabinet and
to the Secretary to the Cabinet.

(3) Every law referred to in this article shall be deemed to have
had effect as provided for in this article from the said 16th day of
August, 1960.








The Adaptation of Existing Laws Order, 1961.


4. (1) Every law specified in the first column iof the Second Sche-Adaptation
dule to this Order (being a law in force immediately prior to the 7thof laws in
force
day of December, 1960) shall be read and construed subject to theimmediately
adaptations and modifications specified opposite thereto in the secondprior to 7th
column of the said Schedule. December,
1960.
(2) Where in any law in force immediately prior to the said
7th day of December, 1960, it is provided that moneys are appropriated
from the public funds of the Federation and shall be paid therefrom on
the warrant of the Governor-General, such provision shall be construed
as if such moneys are charged on the Consolidated Fund.

(3) Every law referred to in this article shall be deemed to have
had effect as provided for in this article from the said 7th day of Decem-
ber, 1960.


FIRST SCHEDULE


The Travel (Exemption
from Formalities) (Form
of Identification) Regula-
tions, 1959 (Gap. 231)

The Council of State
(Oaths) Act, 1958 (Cap.
513)


(article 3(1))


In regulation 3(b), for the words "article
38(2)" substitute "article 38(3)".



Omit section 3 and the Second Schedule, and
in the First Schedule for the word "Couin-
cillor" substitute "counsellor".


SECOND SCHEDULE


The Defence
(Cap. 101)


Act, 1958


The Audit and Civil Con-
tingencies Act, 1958 (Cap.
152)


(article 4(1))


In section 166(6)(b), for the words "public
funds of the Federation" substitute "Con-
solidated Fund".

Omit section 12 and for section 13 substitute
the following:-


"Contin-
gencies
Fund.


13. (1) The Minister responsible
for finance may establish a Contin-
gencies Fund for the purpose of
defraying urgent and unforeseen
expenditure and, subject to the
provisions of subsection (2) of this
section, all moneys required by the
Minister for the purposes of such
Fund are hereby charged on the
Consolidated Fund.

(2) The aggregate of all
moneys withdrawn from the Con-
solidated Fund for the purposes -of








14 The Adaptation of Existing Laws Order, 1961.


subsection (1) of this section shall
not exceed the sum of two hundred
thousand dollars.

(3) If the Minister is satisfied
that -

(a) certain unforeseen expenditure
is likely to be incurred in a
financial year upon a service -

(i) thereby causing an excess
on the sum provided for
that service by the Appro-
priation Act for that year;
or

(ii) which being in respect of
a new service, was not pro-
vided for by the Appropria-
tion Act for that year; and

(b) the need for such expenditure
is urgent and cannot without
injury to the public interest be
postponed until adequate pro-
vision is made by the Federal
Legislature, the Minister may
authorise such expenditure to
be met by advances from the
Contingencies Fund.

(4) Where any advance is made
in accordance with subsection (3)
of this section a supplementary
estimate shall be presented and an
Appropriation Bill shall be intro-
duced as soon as possible for the
purpose of replacing in the Contin-
gencies F u n d the amount so
advanced."

The Interpretation Regu- In regulation 25(1) -
lations, 1958 (Cap. 291)
(a) insert immediately after subparagraph
(vii) the following new subparagraph
as subparagraph (viiA) -

"(viiA) "Consolidated Fund" means the
Consolidated Fund of the Federation;";


(b) in subparagraph (xxii) for the words









The Adaptation of Existing Laws Order, 1961. 15


The Revision of Laws
Act, 1958 (Cap. 292)






The Exchange Control
Act, 1959 (Cap. 712)


"article 3" and "article 4" substitute
respectively "article 4" and "article
4A";

and in regulation 61, for the words "public
funds of the Federation" substitute "Con-
solidated Fund".

For section 15, substitute the following -

"Ex- 15. The expenses of and incidental
penses. to the carrying out of the provisions
of this Act shall be paid out of
moneys provided by the Federal
Legislature.".

In section 41, for the words "public funds
of the Federation" substitute "Consolidated
Fund".


Made this 6th day of July, 1961.


By Command,

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


Printed by Yuille's Printerie Limited, Trinidad,
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-436 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 5, 1955.-(No. 64).

NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.


Effective from 15th August, 1955,
Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:

l A I iliO Advanc


Green Nutmegs

Dry rdo.

Cracked Grinders

Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Mace Pickings


Cents

do.

do.

do.

do.

do,


F. C. HUGHES,
Secretary.
Date fixed : 31st October, 1955.










































GRENADA.

d4'INTR.D UY 'IHE GcVEINMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
ST. GORGE S.
1955


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