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VOL. 75.] SAINT GEORGE'S, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1957. [No. 65.
By His Eccellency COLVILLE 1MONTGOMERY DEVERELL, Knight Commander
of the Most Distinquished Order of Saint Michel and Saint George,
Colmmander of the Royal Victorian Order, Oicer of the Most Excellent
Q Order of the British Empire, Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and
L.S. over thie Windward Islands, comprising the Islands of Grenada, Saint
Vincent, Saint Lucia and Dominica, and their Dependencies.
C. M. DEVERELL,
CAROL WALTER JOHN BRISTOL, Esquire,
AINSLEY LEVERETT DOPWELL, Esquire,
BERTHIER GITTENS, Esquire,
Miss LOUISE ROWLEY.
W HEREAS it is provided by Section 2 of the Commissions of Enquire Ordinance, Chapter 46 of the
Revised Laws of Grenada that whenever the Governor shall deem it advisable it shall be lawful
for him to issue a Commission appointing one or mor3 Commiasioners to enquire into any matter in
which an enquiry would in the opinion of the Governor bh tor the public welfare :
AND WHEREAS it has been represented to me that certain irregularities have been committed
in the Public Works Department with regard to the local purchase of materials:
AND WHEREAS it is expedient to enquire itto and report upon the following questions :-
(a) whether the orders upon which the claims are based were filled;
(b) on what authority (if any) were the orders made;
(c) were the materials supplied or any cf them received for or on behalf of the public
(d) the reasons for the non-payments of claims appearing on the attached list;
(e; the general working of the Public Works Department with special reference to its
control over disbursement of public funds;
and to make recommendations for improvement as may prove necessary.
AND WHEREAS it is expelient that for the abovementioned purposes a Commission should
be issued under the provisions of the Commissions of Enquiry Ordinance (Cap. 46).
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 26, 1957.-(No. 65.)
NOW KNOW YE THAT I COLVILLE MONTGOMERY DI:VERIELL, Governor as aforessid,.
reposing full confidence in your zeal,,discretion and ability, do appoint you tie sitid CAUOL WALTER
JOHN BRISTOL, AINSLEY LEVERETT DOPWELL, BERTIIER GITTENS, and LOUISE ROWLEY to be
the Commissioners under the said Ordinance to make diligent enquiries into ad, report upon all facts
relating to the matters set out above.
AND I;.DIRECT THAT you the said CAROL WALTER JOHN BRISTOL shall be Chairman of the
AND I FURTHER DIRECT that you the said Commissioners in your report make recommen-
dations for the i[iprovement or remedying of such situations in regard to the subjects of the enquiry as
in your opinion, are in need of improvement.
AND I "FURTHER DIRECT that the said enquiry shall be made on such days and at such
places as you the Commissioners shall deem proper and necessary and that you shall make such report.
and recommendations in the premises as may to you seem fit, with all convenient speed.
AND I FURTHER DIRECT that the first meeting of the Commission be held in public and the
other meetings in public or in private as you the Commissioners in your discretion shall think fit.
AND I DO HEREBY APPOINT EGNOL EDWIN HUNTE to be the Secretary of the Com-
mission to attend the meetings and generally to perform such duties as Secretary as are prescribed
AND I CHARGE AND COMMAND all officers, and all other Her Majesty's loyal subjects in
the Colony that in their several places and according to their several powers and abilities they he aiding
and assisting you in the execution of this your Commission.
GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Government House,
in the said Colony, this 25th day of November One thousand nine hundred
and fifty-seven and in the Sixth Year of the reign of Her Majesty QUEEN
ELIZABETH THE SECOND.
J. M. LLOYD,
P.ANTBD BT THR GOVERN.UAMBNT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING :FFICF,
ADDITIONAL Instructions passed under the Royal Sign Manual and
Signet to the Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Windward
Dated 23rd October, 1957. ELIZABETH B.
ADDITIONAL Instructions to Our Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and over the
Windward Islands, or other Officer for the time being administering the Govern-
ment 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 hearing date the twenty-second
day of February, 1952, the nineteenth day of M~rch, 1953, the tenth day of
September, 1954, and the twenty-eighth day of December, 1955, respectively :
And Whereas We are minded further to amend the Instructions cf 1951 in the
manner following :
Now, therefore, We do, by these Our Additional Instructions under Our Sign
Manual and Signet, hereby direct and enjoin and declare Our will and rleasnre as
1. Paragraph (5) of clause 13 of the Instructions of 1951 is hereby revoked and Amendment
the following is substituted therefore : of lause 13
"(5) (a) The Legislative Council of an Island may, by resolution passed in the of 1451.
manner provided in sub-paragraph (b) of this paragraph, revoke the election to the
Executive Council of that Island of any Elected Member thereof, and upon the
passing of such resolution, the seat of such Member in that Executive Council shall
(b) The passage of such a resolution shall require the casting in favour thereof of
the majority of the votes of all the Members of the Legislative Council except the
presiding Member, who shall not be entitled to vote on such a resolution."
Given at Our Court at St. James's this twenty-third day of October, in the
sixth year of Our Reign.