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VOL. L,:::lII ROSEAU,
2nd June, 1950.
Programme for King's Birthday
Parade at the Botanic Gardens
on the 9th June 195..
1. 09.00 hours His Hno.ur arrives at
Saluting Base, 'Union Jack" is
broken and General Salute is given.
(First half of National Anthem is
2. His Honour inspects Parade and
returns to Salucing Base.
3. Troops March Past' in column and
return to original position.
4. His Honour and Staff move four
paces to their left and turn facing
Saluting Base (Union Jack is low-
Z5. 'Royal Standard 'is broken. Troops
give Royal Salute (whole verse of
National Anthem is played),
i6. His Honour and Staff turn facing
7. Troops fire Feu-de-Joie"
After 1st volley-ist half-verse
National Anthem played.
After 2nd volley-2nd half verse
National Anthefn played.
JUNE 3, 1950.
After 3rd volley -Whole of Ist
verse is played,
8. Troops will fix bayonets and give
Royal Salute (Whole of Ist verse
of National AnUlem is played).
9.. Troops wll 'Order Arms' and re-
10. HiJ I Honour cills three cheers for
His Majesty the King (Troap3 re-
11. T'rops will' Slope Arms and give
Royal Salute as the IRoyal Standard
is being powered, (Whole verse of
National Anthem is .played.
12. Union Jack' is raised His loini:ur
and Staff return to SaJuting Hase,
13. Troops will give General Salute and
then Order Arms'.
14. His Honour and Staff leave.
15. Troops March Off -Band leading.
J N McINTYRE.
Govern ent Secreta t y.
Adminiistrotor's ,i;i ,.
-3rd June, 1950.
TwE following Statutory Rules and
Orders is circulated with and forms part
of this Gazette: -
No 1- of 1950. A Proclamation.
113 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1950.
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1950, No. 10.
PROCLAMATION APPOINTING FRIDAY, THE 9TH DAY OF JUNE
1950, TO BE A BANK HOLIDAY INSTEAD OF THURSDAY, THE
14TH DAY OF DECEMBER, 1950.
Gazetted 3rd June, 1950.]
BY THE ADMINISTRATOR
A PROCLAMAT ON.
E. P. ARROWSMITH,
WHEREAS under the provisions of the Bank Holidays Act
(Cap. 114) it is enacted that the Governor may from time to time
with the advice of the Executive Council issue a Proclamation
appointing a special day to be reserved as a Bank ,Holiday, and
may, in like manner from time to time, when it is made to appear
to him in Council in any special case, that in any year it is inex.
pedient that a day by the said Act appointed a Bank Holiday
should be a Bank Holiday, declare that such day shall not in such
a year be a Bank Holiday, and appoint such other day as to him
in Council may seem fit to be a Bank Holiday, instead of such day.
AND WHEREAS it is expedient that the celebration of the
anniversary of the birth of Our Sovereign Lord the King should
be observed in this year on Friday, the 9th of June, instead of on
Thursday, the 14th day of December.
NOW, THEREFORE, I do hereby, by and with the advice of
the Executive Council of the Colony of Dominica and in the exer-
cise of the powers conferred by the said Act, declare that Thurs-
day, the 14th day of December, shall not in this year be a Bank
Holiday, and appoint Friday, the 9th day of June, 1950, as a spec-
ial day to be reserved and kept as a Bank Holiday throughout the
Colony instead of such day, and I do by this my Proclamation
command that the said 9th day of June, 1950, be so reserved and
kept, and all His Majesty's loving subjects in the Colony to order
GIVEN at the Government House, Dominica, this 1st day of
June, 1950, and in the fourteenth year of His Majesty's
GOD SAVE THE KING!
Printed at the BULLETIN OFFICE, Roseau, by G. A. JAMES -By Authority