§ Mr. Brockway
asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies if he will give the names of the first 30 officials or citizens of Bermuda in their order of precedence, together with their status or the offices which they hold.
§ Mr. Lyttelton
The holders of the first 30 places in the Table of Precedence for Bermuda are at present as follow:
Lieutenant-General Sir Alexander Hood Governor and Commander-in-Chief.
Vice-Admiral J. F. Stevens—Officer in Command of the Naval Forces.
*The Right Reverend J. A. Jagoe—Bishop of Bermuda.
Mr. J. T. Gilbert—Chief Justice.
Mr. O. R. Arthur—Colonial Secretary.
Sir John Cox—Speaker of the House of Assembly.
*Mr. Streeper—United States Consul-General.
Mr. D. B. Huxley—Attorney-General.180W
Mr. W. W. Davidson—Colonial Treasurer.
Mr. N. D. Dill—Unofficial Member of the Executive Council.
Mr. H. D. Butterfield—Unofficial Member of the Executive Council.
Mr. N. H. P. Vesey—Unofficial Member of the Executive Council.
Mr. H. T. Watlington—Unofficial Member of the Executive Council.
Commander Ardron—The Resident Naval Officer.
*Colonel Peterson—Officer Commanding, United States Military Forces.
*Captain Smith—Officer Commanding United States Naval Forces.
Mr. F. G. Gosling—Unofficial Member of the Legislative Council.
Mr. R. C. H. Hallett—Unofficial Member of the Legislative Council.
Sir Eldon Trimingham—Unofficial Member of the Legislative Council.
Sir Howard Trott—Unofficial Member of the Legislative Council.
Mr. L. D. Fox—Unofficial Member of the Legislative Council.
Mr. G. A. Williams—Unofficial Member of the Legislative Council.
Mr. L. D. Fox (see above)—Mayor of St. George.
Mr. E. R. Williams—Mayor of Hamilton.
The first six of the members of the House of Assembly in their respective order of seniority.
The holders of the offices starred enjoy courtesy precedence only.
The wives of all persons appearing in the Table of Precedence take their places according to the precedence of their husbands.