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Governor-General and Com. His Excellency The Rt. Hon. Lord Tweedsmuir, 10 Aug. 1935 mander-in-Chief
Governor and Commander-in Chief
4 Nov., 1935
Vice-Admiral Sir Humphrey Walwyn, K.C S.I., 3 Dec., 1935 C. B., D.S.O.
His Excellency The Rt. Hon. Lord Gowrie, V.C., 20 Dec., 1935 G.C.M.G., C.B, D.S.O.
23 Jan., 1936
NEW SOUTH WALES
The Rt. Hon. Lord Wakehurst, K.C.M.G.
15 Feb., 1937
8 Apr., 1937
Major-Gen. Sir Winston Dugan, K.C.M.G., C.B.,
31 May, 1934
28 July, 1934
Sir Ernest Clark, K.C.B., K.C.M.G., C.B.E.
Governor-General and Com- His Excellency The Rt. Hon. Viscount Galway, mander-in-Chief G.C.M.G., D.S.O., O.B. E.
5 May, 1933
20 Feb., 1935
5 Aug., 1933 12 Apr. 1935
Governor-General and Com- His Excellency The Rt. Hon. Sir Patrick Duncan, 22 Mar., 1937 mander-in-Chief
High Commissioner Resident Commissioner
Sir William Clark, G.C.M.G., K.C.S.I.
22 Nov., 1934
7 Jan., 1935
Salisbury Cape Town
F. C. Richards, Esq., C.M.G.. BASUTOLAND BECHUANALAND PROT. C. N. Arden Clarke, Esq. C. L. Bruton, Esq., O.B.E.
e Also £2,500 represent
d Also entertainment allowance £1,000 and personal allowance to present holder £1,000. • Also £2,000 establishment allowance and £500 travelling allowance. ation allowance The salary and allowance are in respect of the two offices of High Commissioner for Basutoland, Bechuanaland Protectorate, and Swaziland, and High Commissioner in the h Also £180 travelling allowance. f Also £315 travelling allowance. g Also £450 travelling allowance. Union of South Africa for H.M.G. in the United Kingdom.
Governor and Com- Lieut.-Col. Sir Bernard Rawdon 23 Mar., mander-in-Chief
Reilly, K.C.M.G., C.I.E., O.B.E.
Rs. 30,000 Rs. 10,000 Rs. 40,000 Previously Chief Commis
sioner, Resident and
(1) From Bahamas Crown
Eubule John Waddington, Esq.,
Gen. Sir Reginald John Thoro-
(1) From Army funds.
Also receives £300 from
Sir Andrew Caldecott, K.C.M.G.,
£3,600 (1) i.e. £600, out of the Governor's total emoluments of £3,600, is drawn by officer actually administering the Government.
£2,500 £750 (duty)
See also under Western Pacific.
£2,500 £750 (duty)
12 Aug., 1938
9 Nov., 1938
(1) From Army funds.
28 Oct., 1937
23 June, 1938
High Commissioner Sir Harold Alfred MacMichael, 2 Feb., and Commander-in- K.C.M.G., D.S.O. 1938 Chief Governor and Commander-in-Chief
General Sir Charles Bonham-Carter, K.C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O.
Captain the Hon. Sir Bede Edmund Hugh Clifford, K.C.M.G., C.B., M.V.O.
Sir Bernard Henry Bourdillon,
Sir John Alexander Maybin, Esq.,
Henry Guy Pilling, Esq., C.M.G....
10 Dec., 1935
10 Jan., 1938 3 Mar., 1936 Jardine, 24 June, 1937
Sir Philip Euen Mitchell, K.C.M.G., M.C. Sir Harry Charles Luke, K.C.M.G.
3 Mar., 1936
Sir Henry Bradshaw Popham, Esq.,
24 Aug., 1937
30 July, 20 April,
The Imperial Conference was constituted under the terms of the first resolution of the Colonial Conference of 1907, which ran as follows:
"That it will be to the advantage of the Empire if a Conference, to be called the Imperial Conference, is held every four years, at which questions of common interest may be discussed and considered as between His Majesty's Government and His Governments of the self-governing Dominions beyond the seas. The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom will be ex-officio President, and the Prime Ministers of the self-governing Dominions ex-officio members, of the Conference. The Secretary of State for the Colonies will be an ex-officio member of the Conference and will take the chair in the absence of the President. He will arrange for such Imperial Conferences after communication with the Prime Ministers of the respective Dominions.
Such other Ministers as the respective Governments may appoint will also be members of the Conference-it being understood that, except by special permission of the Conference, each discussion will be conducted by not more than two representatives from each Government, and that each Government will have only one vote.
That it is desirable to establish a system by which the several Governments represented shall be kept informed during the periods between the Conferences in regard to matters which have been or may be subjects for discussion, by means of a permanent secretarial staff, charged, under the direction of the Secretary of State for the Colonies, with the duty of obtaining information for the use of the Conference, of attending to its resolutions, and of conducting correspondence on matters relating to its affairs.
That upon matters of importance requiring consultation between two or more Governments which cannot conveniently be postponed until the next Conference, or involving subjects of a minor character or such as call for detailed consideration, subsidiary Conferences should be held between representatives of the Governments concerned specially chosen for the purpose."
The following further resolution was passed at the Imperial War Conference, 1917:
"That the Imperial War Conference desires to place on record its view that the resolution of the Imperial Conference of 20th April, 1907, should be modified to permit of India being fully represented at all future Imperial Conferences and that the necessary steps should be taken to secure the assent of the various Governments in order that the next Imperial Conference may be summoned and constituted accordingly." This resolution was duly communicated to the Governments of the selfgoverning Dominions, all of which agreed to the proposal.
The Irish Free State, which was constituted as a self-governing Dominion in 1922, was first represented at the Imperial Conference of 1923.