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STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS
BEING THE STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS (OTHER THAN
CHARACTER) IN FORCE ON
And to be purchased, either directly or through any Bookseller, from
OLIVER BOYD, EDINBURGH; or
This the Second Edition of the Statutory Rules and Orders Revised, contains all the Statutory Rules and Orders of a Public and General character, and the Orders in Council and Letters Patent issued under the Royal Prerogative which affect the Constitutions of Colonies, regulate Appeals to His Majesty in Council
, or make Laws as to Colonial Currency in force on December 31st, 1903.
The work has been edited by Mr. Alexander Pulling, of the Inner Temple, under the direction of the Statute Law Committee, and with the assistance of the Government Departments concerned in making the Orders.
Following the arrangement of the first edition and of the volumes which have been published annually commencing with the year 1890, the Orders have been arranged under Titles and sub-titles which are the headings and sub-headings of law to which the Orders relate, the sequence of the Titles being alphabetical.
In two respects the plan differs from that previously employed :—Each Title has a separate pagination and can be obtained separately apart from the complete edition, and the Prerogative Orders have been printed under the title to which they pertain instead of as in former volumes being relegated to an Appendix.
Throughout the work each Title corresponds to a Title in the Index to the Statutes in Force and to a Title in the Index to the Statutory Rules and Orders in Force, so that any person referring to the same Title in the three works can tain what Statutory Power of making Orders exists, and whether and how such Power has been exercised.
A new edition of the Index to the Statutes in Force is published every autumn revised to the end of the last Session of Parliament.
A new edition of the Index to the Statutory Rules and Orders in Force, revised to December 31st, 1903, has been published simultaneously with the present Volumes.
The Statute Law Committee are much indebted to the assistance which has been rendered by the various Government Departments in the compilation of this work.
It is requested that any suggestions or corrections may be addressed to Alexander Pulling, Esq., 2 Harcourt Buildings, Temple.