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(1889) [MARC] Author: Leo Mechelin Translator: Charles J. Cooke
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Since 1809, however, no incident Las called
the attention of the legislator to the want of
this provision.

The Governor-General.
(22) The Governor-General being in the first
place President of the Senate, has his share of
its functions. The President’s Office is—

To receive the Emperor’s rescripts^ and to
deliver them to the Senate ;

To accept the reports of the Senate
addressed to His Majesty, and to forward them
to the office of the Finnish Secretary of
State ;

To supervise the progress of the work of
the Senate, in order to see that the laws are
observed and the Emperor’s orders executed,
for which purpose the Governor-General not
only receives all the reports of the
referendary-secretaries on the business in hand, but
also, for each half-yearly period, full accounts
of the matters discussed and the resolutions
come to by the Senate, as well as financial

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