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The Post OFFICE-cont.
Foreign Parcels (Inland Revenue) Warrant, 1905. Feb. 27, 1905
(348) Postal Orders. Postal Order (Inland) Regulations, 1905. Oct. 12,
Lagos. Feb. 28, 1905 (141)
July 31, 1905 (883)
Amdt. No. 6. India. Sept. 29, 1905 (1191)
(No. 1) Regulations, 1905. Sept. 1, 1905 (1065) ...
390 392 403
THE PRIVY COUNCIL OFFICE.
In this Table the Orders in Council issued during 1905 are arranged
under the names of the Offices principally concerned in the
being listed under the Council Office.
28 Southwark, March 20, 1905 (321)
29 Orders in Council appointing towns Sees of Suffragan Bishops :
Woolwich, May 10, 1905 (557)
31 Borough, E. Order fixing number of Wards of a particular Borough 1514 Borough, Municipal. Reference to a Scheme as to a new Borough 1514 Holiday. Proclamation appointing a (local) Bank Holiday
1507 London County. Lists of Schemes confirmed by Order in Council
under the London Government Act, 1899, for particular Boroughs
Burial. List of Orders in Council as to Burials
for S. of Powers and Duties of Home Office as to Industrial
Schools and Reformatories in S.
THE SECRETARY FOR SCOTLAND-cont.
election of Councillors in a Fishing Burgh and consenting to
... 1514 Wild Birds. List of Orders under Wild Birds Protection Acts ... 1533
SESSION, COURT OF, SCOTLAND.
Licensing (S.) Act, 1903
1432 152 155 80
E.rchequer Bonds. Regulations for Drawing of
Order and Savings Bank and Telegraph Regulations, see under
ORDER IN Council APPLYING THE COLONIAL PROBATES
Act, 1892, TO THE ORANGE RIVER COLONY.
1905. No. 1119.
At the Court at Buckingham Palace, the 23rd day of
The King's Most Exceslent Majesty in Council.
Whereas by the first section of the Colonial Probates Act, 1892,* it was enacted as follows: “Her Majesty the Queen may, on being satisfied that the
Legislature of any British Possession has made adequate provision for the recognition in that Possession of Probates and Letters of Administration granted by the Courts of the United Kingdom, direct by Order in Council that this Act shall, subject to any exceptions and modifications specified in the Order, apply to that Possession, and thereupon while the Order is in force, this Act shall apply accord
ingly." And whereas His Majesty the King is satisfied that the Legislature of the British Possession hereinafter mentioned has made adequate provision for the recognition in that Possession of Probates and Letters of Administration granted by the Courts of the United Kingdom:
Now, therefore, His Majesty, by virtue and in exercise of the powers by the above recited Act in His Majesty vested, is pleased, by and with the advice of His Most Honourable Privy Council, to order, and it is hereby ordered, as follows: The Colonial Probates Act, 1892, shall apply to the British Possession hereunder mentioned :
The Orange River Colony. And the Right Honourable Alfred Lyttelton, one of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, is to give the necessary directions herein accordingly.
A. W. FitzRoy.
55-6 V. c. 6.
DIRECTIONS, DATED DECEMBER 4, 1905, OF THE SECRETARY
OF STATE FOR THE HOME DEPARTMENT, UNDER THE
1905. No. 1324.
In pursuance of the provisions of Section 7 (3) of the Aliens Act, 1905, I hereby direct, with regard to the Custody of an Alien in respect of whom a Certificate has been given by a Court with a view to his Expulsion from the United Kingdom, that:1. (1) Where a Court gives a Certificate with a view to
the expulsion of an alien, either under Section 3 (1) (6) of the Aliens Act, 1905, or under Section 3 (1) (a) thereof, without imposing a sentence of imprisonment, the alien shall, unless the Court otherwise directs and admits him to bail, stand committed to the prison to which the Court ordinarily commits prisoners until the Orders of the Secretary of State with respect to his expulsion are received.
(2) Where a Court gives a Certificate under Section 3 (1) (a) and imposes a term of imprisonment not exceeding one month, the alien shall, if the Secretary of State has not sooner decided upon his case, be detained in prison until the Orders of the Secretary of State with respect to
his expulsion have been received. 2. In any such case as aforesaid, a copy of the Certificate,
signed by the Clerk or other proper officer of the Court giving the Certificate, shall be sufficient authority to the Police to take the alien into custody and convey him to prison, and to the Governor of the prison to receive and detain him until the Orders of the Secretary of State with
respect to his expulsion are received.
Certificate shall be forwarded forthwith to the
Secretaries of State.
4th December, 1905.
RULES, DATED DECEMBER 19, 1905, MADE
SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE HOME DEPARTMENT,
1905. No. 1325.
In pursuance of the provisions of the Aliens Act, 1905, I hereby make the following Rules, which shall have effect at the ports (hereinafter called Immigration Ports) of Cardiff, Dover, Folkestone, Grangemouth, Grimsby, Immigration
Harwich, Hull, Leith, Liverpool, London (including Ports.
one Port for the purpose of these Rules)
1. Where leave to land is given (otherwise than after an Leave to appeal to the Immigration Board), it shall be given by the land given. Immigration Officer to the immigrant, and may be given verbally.
2. Where the Medical Inspector is of opinion that an alien Opinion of is an undesirable immigrant within the meaning of Section 1 Medical (3) (b) of the Aliens Act, 1905, he shall state his opinion in Inspector. the Form No. 1 in the Appendix to these Rules, and deliver the Form to the Immigration Officer.
3. Where leave to land is withheld by the Immigration Leave to Officer, notice thereof and of the grounds of refusal and of land
withheld. the right of appeal against the refusal shall be given by him to the master of the ship, and to the immigrant, and shall be in the Form No. 2 in the Appendix to these Rules.
4. Where an immigrant or other person entitled to appeal Notice of against the refusal of leave to land, desires to appeal, he shall, Appeal to if practicable, give notice to the Immigration Officer before Immigration
Officer he leaves the ship or other place of inspection, and such notico