Consular Jurisdiction in Her Majesty's Protectorate of the Niger Coast: With an Analytical Index to the Africa Orders in Council, 1889, 1892, and 1893 (Classic Reprint)
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Excerpt from Consular Jurisdiction in Her Majesty's Protectorate of the Niger Coast: With an Analytical Index to the Africa Orders in Council, 1889, 1892, and 1893
The plan of the present Work is to provide a com plete Analytical Index of these Orders and the Rules thereunder. This, it is hoped, will be found useful to all those to whom the administration of justice in the Protectorate is entrusted, as also to others inte rested in the subject The number of the London Gazette, in which the principal Order appeared, being now out of print, it has been thought that the value of the Work will be increased by the Appendix containing the Orders in extenso for handy reference. A few short chapters explanatory of the general scope of the Treaties, the Foreign Jurisdiction Acts, and Acts applied thereby, and the Orders in Council, are first given. During last year it was found desirable to adopt, under section 15 of the Order of 1889, certain Ordinances of the Gold Coast Colony, viz., Ordinances relating to the Customs, Post Office, Constabulary, and Fire Arms and Ammunition. Such Consular Instructions and Queen's Regulations as have been issued under the Orders are also set out in the Appendix, together with the Schedule of Fees in force, Boundary Notices, and Table of the Customs Duties.
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