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A DIEU DROLT

GRENADA


Government Gazette.

(EXTRAORDINARY.)

lJR01isihrd Autlrnrit


VOL. 74.] SAINT GEORGE'S, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1956. [No. 9.

GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No, 33.
_[N pursuance of the instructions therein contained, His Excellency the Governor
Directs the publication for general information of the following:-
Letters Patent passed under the Great Seal of the Realm amending the
Letters Patent of the 27th August, 1951, constituting the Office of
Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Windward Islands.
Additional Instructions passed under the Royal Sign Manual and Signet
to the Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Windward Islands.

No 34.
HIS Honour the Administrator directs publication of the following Imperial
Legislation with this issue of the Gazette:-
The Grenada (Legislative Council) (Amendment) Order-in-Council 1955.

By Command,

GEO. F. HOSTEN,
Acting Government Secretary.
0ovenunent Office,
20th February, 1956.



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WINDWARD ISLANDS.


WINDWARD ISLANDS LETTERS PATENT, 1955.

LETTERS PATENT passed under the Great Seal of the Realm amending
the Letters Patent of the 27th August, 1951, constituting the Office .of
Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Windward Islands. /


Dated 28th December, 1955.

ELIZABETH THE SECOND, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of/Great
Britain and Northern Ireland and of Our other Realms and Territories
Queen, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith.

TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME, GREETING!

KNOW Ye that We being minded to amend tne Windward Islands Letters Patent,
1951, (hereinafter called "the principal Letters Patent") have declared anc do
hereby declare Our will and pleasure as follows:-
1.-(1) These Our Letters may be cited as the Windward Islands Letters Citations,
Patent, 1955, and shall be construed as one with the Windward Islands Letters construction and
Patent, 1951 to 1954. commencement.
(2) The Windward Islands Letters Patent, 1951 to 1954, and these Our
Letters may be cited together as the Windward Islands Letters Patent, 1951 to
1955.
(3) These Our Letters shall come into operation in respect of each Island on
a day to be appointed by the Governor by Proclamation published, in the Official
Gazette of that Island.
(4) In exercising his powers under paragraph (3) of this Article, the Oovernor
may appoint different days in respect of different Islands.


2. Paragraph (1) of Article 1 of the principal Letters Patent shall be amended
by the deletion of the definition of "the existing Instructions".

3. Article 10 of the principal Letters Patent shall be amended-
(a) by the deletion of the proviso to paragraph (1), but without prejudice to
anything lawfully done thereunder: and
(b) by the substitution of the following paragraph for paragraph (3)-
(3) The said Executive Councils shall not be disqualified for the tran-
saction of business by reason of any vacancies in the membership of the
said Councils, including any vacancies not filled when the said Councils
are first constituted or are reconstituted at any time; and any proceedings
therein shall be valid notwithstanding that some person who was not
entitled to do so sat or voted in the Council or attended or otherwise took
part in the proceedings."

4. The principal Letters Patent shall be amended by the insertion after
Article 10 thereof, of the following new Articles-
"'Functions 10A. The Executive Council of each Island shall be the principal
of Island instrument of policy in that Island and shall perform such functions
Executive
Councils. and duties and exercise such powers as may from time to time be
prescribed by any Instructions under Our Sign Manual and Signet, or,
subject to any such Instructions, by or under any law in force in that
Island."
Which 10B. Subject to the provisions of Article 100 of these Our Letters,
Eexcutive
Councilsto whenever the Governor or an Administrator, as the case may be, consults
be consulted with the Executive Councils in the exercise of his functions, then the
by Governor following provisions shall apply :-
and Admin-
istrators. L


Amendment of
Article I of
principal Letters
Patent.
Amendment of
Article 10 of
principal Letters
Patent.









Insertion of
new Article
in principal
Letters Patent,


(a) (i) in cases rAting exclusively to one Island only or to some
of the Islands only, the Governor shall consult with the
Executive Council of that Island or the Executive Councils of
those Islands, as the case may be; and
(ii) in all other cases, the Governor shall consult with the
Executive Councils of all the Islands:












Provided that where the Governor cannot conveniently consult
with the Executive Council of an Island in person on any matter,
he shall authorise and instruct the Administrator of that Island
to consult with the. Executive Council thereof on such matter on
his behalf; an:l the Administrator, having done so. shall forth, .ith
communicate thle advice of the Council, toQrtHee with :,ny
recommendations the Administrator ma.y think li; to make, to the
Governor;
\ (b) in the exercise of hi-; functions the administrator of ea.:h of the
Islands shall consult with the Executive Council of his Island.
ExerP seof 100.-(1) The Governor or an Administrator, as the case may be,
Gove nor.s save as otherwise provided by this Article-
and Adnin-
istrator's (a) shall cos.lAt with the Executive Council or Councils concerned
powers iN in the formulation of policy, and the exercise of all functions
relation tV
Executive conferred upon him by any law for the time being in force in
Councils. any of the Islands except-
(i) any function conferred upon the Governor or upon an
Administrator that is expressed to be exercisable by the
Governor or by an Administr.tor, acting in his discretion;
(ii) any function conferred upon the Govenor or upon an
Administrator by any existing law (other than a function
expressed, in whatever terms, to be exercisable by the
Governor in Council) so long as such function continues
to be exercisable by virtue of such law; and
\ (iii) any other function conferred upon the Governor or upon
an Administrator in respect of which it is provided, either
expressly or by implication, that he shall not be obliged
to consult witn the Executive Councils in the exercise
thereof; and
(b) shall act in accordance with the advice of the Executive Council
or Councils concerned in any matter on which he is by this
paragraph obliged to consult with the said Executive Councils.
(2) Where by any law for the time being in force in any of the Islands
any function is conferred upon the Governor or upon an Administrator,
as the case may be, he shall not be obliged to consult with the Executive
Council or Councils concerned in the exercise of any such function in
any case-
(a) which is of such a nature that, in his judgment, Our service
would sustain material harm by such consultation; or
(b) in which the matters to be decided are, in his judgment, too,
unimportant to warrant such consultation; or
(c) in which the matters to be decided are, in his judgment, too
urgent to admit of such consultation by the time within which
it may be necessary for him to act.
In every case falling within subparagraph (c) of this paragraph the-
Governor or Administrator, as the case may be, shall, as soon as is
practicable, communicate to the Executive Council or Councils concerned
the measures which he shall have taken together with the reasons
therefore.
(3) If in any case in which the Governor or an Administrator is obliged
to consult with the Executive Council or Councils concerning the
exercise of any function, the Governor or the Administrator shall con-
sider it expedient-
(a) in the interest of public faith, public order or good government
(which expressions shall, without prejudice to their generality,.
include the responsibility of an Island as a territory within
the British Commonwealth of Nations and all matters apper-
taining to the creation or abolition of any public office or to
the salary or other conditions of service of any public officer or
officers) ; or
(b) for securing detailed control of the finances of an Island during
such time as, by virtue of the receipt of financial assistance by
that Island from Our Exche er for the purpose of balancing.
the annual budget or otherwise, such control rests with the
Government of the United Kingdom.
that he should not act in accordance with the advice of the Executive
Council or Councils concerned, then-
(i) he may, with the prior approval of a Secretary of State, act.
against that advice : or












(ii) if in his judgment urgent necessity so requires, he may act
against that advice without such prior approval, but shall,
without delay, report the matter to a Secretary of State with
the reasons for his action.
Whenever the Governor or an Administrator shall so act against the
advice of an Executive Council any Member of such Executive Council
may require that there be recorded in the minutes of that Executive
Council the grounds for any advice or opinion that he may give upon the
question.
(4) This Article shall not apply to rotters for which provision is
made:-
(a) by Article 13 of these Our Letters:
(b) by section 26 of the Dominica :Legislative Council) Order in
Council, 1951 (a):
(c) by section 26 of the Grenada (Legislative Council) Order in
Council, 1951 (b);
(d) by section 26 of the Saint Lucia (Legislative Council) Order in
Council, 1951;
(e) by section 26 of the Saint Vincent (Legislative Council) Order in
Council, 1957 (c); or
(f) by any Instructions under Our Sign Manual and Signet in so
far as it is provided by any such Instructions that this Article
shall not apply.
(5) In this Article-
(a) "existing law" means any enactment in force in the Island
concerned at the date of the commencement of the Windward
Islands Letters Patont, 1955, in respect of that Island, but
shall not include the Dominica (Legislative Council Order in
Council, 1951, the Grenada (Legislative Council) Order in
Council, 1951, the Saint Lucia (Legislative Council) Order in
Council, 1951, or the Saint Vincent (Legislative Council) Order
in Council, 1951;
(b) "law" includes any instrument made under a law and shall be
construed as including any Instructions under the Royal Sign
Manual and Signet.
Committee 10D. There may be established, by or in pursuance of any Instruc-
of xecu-il. tions under Our Sign Manual and Signet and subject to the provision
of any such Instructions, a committee of the Executive Council to
exercise such functions, in such manner, as may be prescribed by or
in pursuance of any such Instructions."

5. Article 11 of the principal Letters Patent shall be amended by the insertion
of the following words immediately before'the words The Governor"-
Subject to the provisions of any law for the time being in force and to
such Instructions as may from time to time be given to him by Us under Our
Sign Manual and Signet or through a Secretary of State".

6. Article 12 of the principal Letters Patent shall be amended by the insertion
of the words under Our 'ign Manual and Signet or immediately before the
words through a Secretary of State".

7. The principal Letters Patent shall be amended by the insertion after
Article 16 thereof, of the following new Article-
"Exercise of 16A. In the exercise of the functions conferred on him by paragraphs
funtons (1), (2) and (4) of Article 7, paragraphs (1), (2) and (3) of Article 9, and
on the Articles 11, 12 and 14 of these Our Letters the Governor shall act in
Governor. his discretion."

8. The principal Letters Patent shall be amended by the deletion therefrom of
the Second Schedule.


9. We do hereby reserve to Ourselves full power to revoke or amend these
Our Letters.


Amendment of
Article 11 of
principal Letters
Patent.


Amendment of
Article 12 of
principal Letters
Patent.
Insertion of
new Article in
principal Letters
Patent.




Deletion of
Second Schedule
to principal
Letters Patent.
Reservation of
power to revoke
or amend Letters
Patent.


10.-(1) These Our Letters shall be published in the Official Gazette of each of Proclamation and
preservation of
the Islands, and shall be read and proclaimed within each of the Islands. Letters Patent.

(a) S.I. 1951/1392 ; 1951 II,p. 1347. (b) S.I. 1951/1393 ; 1951 II, p. 1367.
(o) S.I. 1951/1394; 1951 II, p. 1384.












(2) These Our Letters shall be preserved within the Island of Grenada, and a full
and exact copy thereof shall be deposited and duly recorded in the office of the
Administrator of each of the Islands of Saint Vincent, Saint Lucia and Dominica,
and, so long as these Our Letters remain in force, every copy thereof so recorded as
aforesaid shall, within the Island in which the same is recorded, have the same force,
virtue and effect as these Our Letters.

In witness whereof We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent.

Witness Ourself at Westminster, the twenty-eighth day of December
in the fourth year of Our Reign.

By Warrant under the Queen's Sign Manual.

Coldstream.











WINDWARD ISLANDS.



ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS passed under the Royal Sign Manual
and Signet to the Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Windward
Islands.


Dated 28th December, 1955.


ELIZABETH R.


ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS to Our Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and over
the Windward Islands, or other Officer for the time being administering the
Government of the said Islands.
W HEREAS certain Instructions under the Royal Sign Manual and Signet bearing
date the tenth day of August, 1951 (hereinafter called "' the Instructions of
1951") were addressed to the Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Windward
Islands and were amended by Additional Instructions bearing date the twenty-second
day of February, 1952, the nineteenth day of March, 1953, and the tenth day of
September, 1954 :

And Whereas We are minded further to amend the Instructions of 1951 in the
manner following :

Now, therefore, We do, by these Our Additional Instructions under Our Sign
Manual and Signet, hereby direct and enjoin mnd declare Our will and pleasure
as follows :-

1. Clause 9 of the Tnstructions of 1951 shall be revoked and the following clause
shall be substituted therefore :


"Membvrs of
xecxuiilv
Council.


9-(1) The Executive Council of eich ao the Islands shall consist
of the following :-


(i) the Governor;
(ii) three ex-oficio Members;
(iii) if the Executive Council shall so resolve, one Member, being a
poison holding a pubii fli, n i n '.!,i, a.pp1iJnted as pro-
vided in clause 1. of ith: /: '..,: -',' V-ho shall be styled
the Ufficial Member;
(iv) One Member, being a Noninat:d I::ml mer of tie Legislative
Council of the Island, ,ipp-i-tte-i as provided in Cl?.use 11 of
ti;._.e LJsUiuctious, who shill be styled the Nominated Member;
and
(v) four Members, being Elected Members of the Legislative Council
L f !;,, Island, elected as provided in Clau-e 12 of these
Instructions, who shall be styled Elected Members.
(2) If und.:r subparagraph (iii) of paragraph (1) of this Cl'use the
Executive Council has resolved that there shall be an x;fficiai Member,
the office of Official Member shal!, nevertheless, cease to exist if at
any time thereafter the Executive Council shall so resolve."

2. Clause 10 of tho Instractions of i951 shall be amended-
(a) by the deletion cf Daragraph (i) and the substitution therefore of the follow-
ing paragraph-
(i) the Administrator, and";
(b) by the deletion of paragraph (iii) and the substitution therefore of the
following paragraph-
(iii) the Financial Secretary."

3. For paragraph (L) of Clause 12 of the Instructions of 1931 the following
paragraph shall be subi'.utcd-
(1) At the first meeting of the Legislative Council of an Island after the
coming into operation of the Windward Islands Letters Patent,1955, in respect
of that Island, and thereafter at the first meeting after every dissolution thereof,
or as soon as convenient after such meeting, the Nominated and Elected
Members of the Lp~gijlh.tive Council shall elect from among its Elected Members
four Members to serve as Elected Members of the Executive Council of that
Island".


Replacement of
Clause 9 of
Instructions of
1951.


Amendment of
Clause 10 cf
Instructions
of 1951.


Amendment of
Clause 12 of
Instructions of
1951.










Amendment of
Olause 13 of
Instructions of
1951.


Insertion of new
Clause 13A in
Instructions of
1951.


Amendment of
Clause 15 of
Instructions of
1951.

Amendment of
Clause 16 of the
Instruction of
1951.

Amend.ient. of.
Clauise 1.9 of
Instructions of
1951.




Insertion of new
Clause in
Instructions of
1951.
















Replacement of
Clause 21 of
In, trnctions of
1951,


4. For paragraph (0) ,qfq e !e : 4 of ::th Instaqtjio _.qJ 7'1951 the following
paragraphs shall be substituted-
(5) The Legislative Council of an Island may,' by resolution, in favour of
which there are cast the majority of the votes. of all the Members of that
oQunoil, -revoke the election ho the Executive Council of that Island of any
'Elected Member, thereof, and upon the passing of such a resolution, the seat of
such Member in that Executive Council shall become vacant.
(5A.) The Governor may, by Instrument under the Public Seal of the
Island concerned, declare that an Elected Member shall cease to a Member of
the Executive Council of any Island, and thereupon the seat of such elected
Member in the said Council shall become vacant."

5. The following new Clause shall be inserted in the Instructions of 195.1 im-
mediately after Clause 13-


" Decision of

ship of
Executive
Coaaeil.


13A. All questions which may arise as to the right of any peronop
be or remain a Member of an Executive Council of an Island shall be
determined by the Governor."


6. Clause 15 of the Instructions of 1951 shall be amended by the insertion in
squparagnraph (c) of paragraph (2) tlhere.f of the words Nominated and Elected
Members of the" immediately after the words be elected by the".

7. Paragraph. (1) of Clause 16 of the Instructions of 195i shall be amended by
the substitution of the words After the Governor the Members of an Executive
Council 'hall have seniority" for the words The Members of an Executive Council
shall have seniority "

8. Clause 19 of the Instructions of 1951 shall be amended by the dAlotion of
paragraph (1) and the substitution therefore of the following paragraph--
(1) The Executive Councils of the Islands shall not be summoned except
by the authority of the Governer or of the Adiministrator, as the case may be,
but they shall be so summoned on the written request of any Minister of the
Island concerned".

9. The following new Claus3 shall be inserted in the Instructions of 1951 im-
mediately after Clause 19-


" Voting.


19A.-(1) Where any matter is dependent upon the decision of any
of the Executive Councils of the Islands, any decision shall be regarded
as the aetcision of such Council if a majority of the votes of tho
Members present and voting are cast in favour thereof. Neither the
Go-vernor nor, in the absence of the Governor, the Administrator,
shall hive an original vo:e, but if upon any question the votes shall be
eauallv divided, the Governor or the Administrator as the case may
be, may, give a casting vote. In the absence of the Governor and of
the Administra.tor the Member presiding shall have an original voi,e
and ma.y also if upon ;iny question the votes shall be equally
divided, give a casting vote.
(2) Wlhen-ever tie Governor is present in, any of the sai'i Execitive
Councils tlo Administrator concerned shall have no original vote.
(3) Any Official Mcember appointed pursuant to the provisions of suh-
paragraph (iii) of paragraph (1) of clause 9 of these Instructions shall
have no vote."


10. Clause 21 of the Instructions of 1951 shall be revoked and the following
Clauses substituted therefo~-


" Assign-
ment of
Departments
to Mcutbhers
at the
Execu ive
Councils.


21.-(1) The Governor may by directions in writing-
(a) charge any ex oficio Member or the Official Member of any of
the Executive Councils with the administration of any depart-
ment or subject;
(b) declare which departments or subjects may be assigned to
Nominated or Elected Members of the Executive Councils; and
(o) revoke or vary any directions given under this paragraph.
(2) The Goveroor nmay by directionsin writing-
(() charge any Nominated or Elected Member of the Executive
Councils with the.administration of any department, or subject
during such time as it shall be declared under subparagraph (b}










of paragraph (1) of this Clause to be a department or. subject
which may be assigned to Nominated or Elected Members, so,
that in the Executive Council of each Island there shall be
three such Members so charged; and
(b) revoke or vary any directions given under this paragraph.
(3) If the Nominated Member of an Executive Council shall for the
time being be charged with the administration of any depart-
ment or subject under the provisions of subparagraph (a) of
paragraph (2) of this Clause, then ihe Legislative Council of the
Island concerned may by resolution, in favour of which there
are cast the majority of the vot~,s of ,ll the Members of that
Council, pray the Governor to r voke the direction charging that
Nominated Member with the administration of a department
or subject, and thereupon the Governor shall revoke such
direction.
Ministers. "21A. A Nominated or Elected Member of any of the Executive Councils
shall, while charged with the administration of any department or sub-
ject under the provisions of Clause 21 of these Instructions, be styled a
Minister.
Temporary 2lB.-(1) (a) If it shall be decided by the Governor that any ex oficio
ao'si nneit Membrer or the Oflicintl Member of any Executtive Council of the Islands
of depart- e t or
ment- aid is for ary cause temporarily unable to administer any cdepirtment or
Acting subject with the administration of which he is charged, then the Gover-
Mini-ters. nor may, by directions in writing (and notwithstanding that the depart-
ment or subject is not d cleared under subpiragrbph (b) of paragraph (1)
of Cause 21 of tliesr Instructions to be a depilritment or subject which
may be assigned to Nominated or E.lectei Members) charge any other
Member of that Executive Council with the administration of that
department or subject, until such time as the ex oficio MAember or Official
Member is declared by the Governor again to be able to ariminisier the
same. The Governor may by directions in writing, revoke or vary, any
directions given under this subparagr iph.
(b) If it shall be decided by the Governor that a Minister is for any
cause temporarily unable to administer any department or subject with
the administration of which he is charged, then the Governor may
charge with the administration of that department or subject any other
Member, of the Executive Council concerned, until such time as the said
Minister is declared by the :overnor again to be able to administer the
same. The Governor may, by directions in writing, revoke or vary
any directions given under this subparagraph.
(2)' A Nominated or Elected Member of an Executive Council, other
than a Minister, while charged with the administration of 'my depart-
ment or subject, under the provisions of this Clause shall be styled an
Acting Minister.
Disagree- 210.-(1) If the public officer who is for the time being head of any
btmeen. dep-rtment shall, on any question relating to the ad I inistration cf the
Minister department, disagree with the Minister charged with th! administration
and Head of the Department, then-
ofent.rt- (a) the said officer may submit to the Minister in writing a state-
ment of his reasons for disagreeing with the Minister and of his
own recommendations on the question at issue;
(bi the Minister shall send to the Clerk to the Executive Council of
the Island concerned a copy of such statement together with
any written statement which he himself may wish to make on
the question at issue; and
(c) the question shnll be consideredat a meeting of the Executive
Council of the Islnd concerned and shall be disposed of as the
Governor or, if the Governor be not present, the Administrator,
may direct.
(2) In this clause the expression Minister" includes an Acting
Minister.
Control 21D. In administering the departments for which they are responsible,
of Dpirt- Ministers and Acting Ministers shall ict through the public officers who
ments are for the time being heads of those departments.

"Leave of 21E. The Governor, or the Administrator, as the case may be, may
absence ofgrant leave of absence from his duties to any Minister or acting Minister".
Minister'
11. Clauses 22 and 23 of the Instructions of 1951 shall be revoked. laug 2 and 23
of instructions
of 1951.










Amendment of,
Clause 34 of
Instructions of
1951.






Insertion of
new Clause in
Instructions of
1951.


Insertion of
new Clauses in
Instructions of
1951.


1B. Oliuse s4 of the Tfistiuctions of 195i shall be amended by the insertion of
tlib fll6Wifig new pifagr~iph inmitediately after paragraph (2) thereof-
() () ( he Governor may, by directions in writing, establish a Committee
of the Executive Council to exercise the functions of the Executive Council
under this Clause i ,iid atfi any time when there is a Committee so established
paragraphs (1) n.nd (2) of this Clause shall be construed and have effect as if the
.irfereftces thlrein to the Executive Council were references to such committee.
(~) The (CGovrnor may, by directions in writing, revoke any directions
given under this paragraph".
38. The Instruction; of 1951 shall he amended by the insertion immediately
after Clause 34 of the following new Clause:-
"Conl-iti,- 3'..-t-'i In t,-.is'Ca.nse "the Committee" means any committee
tion auro estiJ1li-*-cd in pursuance of paragraph (3) of Clause 34 of these Instructions.
of Cor- '2) The Coinomiitee shiill consist of such persons, being members of the
mittee Execuiive iouincil, as the Covernor may, by directions in writing,
appoint either by name or by reference to their offices; and any such
person who shall be appointed by name shall, subject to the provisions
of this Clause, hold his seat in the Committee for such period as may be
prescribed by any such directions.
(3) (a) Any member of the Committee may, by writing under his hand
addressed to the Governor, resign his seat in the Committee.
(b) The seat of a member of the Committee shall become vacant
upon receipt by the Governor of his resignation, or upon his ceasing to
be a Member of the Executive Council, or upon his being notified by the
Governor of ihe revocation of his appointment as a member of the
Sonmmit::ne.
i,4) Tih'c governor r may, by directions in writing, revoke or vary any
direcet;s .'iv', ] un'!l r this Clause.
(;) Par.'r1i'h 3) of Arf icla 10 of the Windward Islands Letters
P at( ;L, 1'i,1, ;',n Cha;uso 1 A, vpi., 'rh'; HI) ari (2) of Clause 14,
Clauses It 1,,: ;2nd .0 of !,i. :c ihn,:s.iccii-ns (which relate to the Executive
Council. i;; :ii a.'ply in respect of the Committee as if they were set out
in this Clause with such adaptations and modifications as the Governor
may Ihy c'(!, r pi'e.-crile.
'The G;overor mu.y by older revoke or vary any order made under this
paragraph".
14. The following ow C!aiu!,s shall be inserted in the Instructions of 1951
immediately after Clause (i:-
"Exercise 36A. In the exercise of the functions conferred by the following pro-
of visis tof se tr ion-
ao fcion' s visions of these -Intructions-
0,`Trlf,,T(314, 11


Governor &
Admimis
trator,


Where
Article
10C. of
Windward
Islands
Letters
Patent 1951,
does not
apply.


Commencement.


(i) Clause 4.
(ii) paragraph (1) of Clause 11,
(iii) subparagrlphs (b) and ic) of paragraph (2) and subparagraphs (c)
ot parigraiph (4) of Clause 13.
(iv) C.L.: 13A.
(v) s' iparagraphs (a) and (b) of paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) of
CHLuse 14,
(vi) subpai"grIphs i(a), (b) and (c) of paragraph (2) and subparagraph
(b) of paragraph '4) of Clause 15,
(vii) paragraph 1 of Clause 16,
(viii) "luise 17.
(ixi paragraph '1) of Clause 19A,
(x) palragrapii (3) of ,Clii 9.0,
(xi) am,.rapgraph I i) cf Clause 21,f
(xii) subparagraphs (a) of paragraph (1) of Clause 21B, and
(xiii Clause 21E,
the Govr nor, or the Administrator, as the case may be, shall act in
his discretion.
36B. Nothing in Article 10C of the Windward Islands Letters Patent,
1951, sh:ll apply to matters for which provision is made by paragraph (1)
of Clause 19, Clause 34 or Clause 34A of these Instructions".


15. These Instructions shall have effect, in respect of each Island, as from the
date of the commencement of the Windward Islands Letters Patent, 1955, in respect
of the island concerned.
Given at Our Court at St. James's this twenty-eighth day of Deceniber, in the
fourth year of Our Reign.





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