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(1889) [MARC] Author: Leo Mechelin Translator: Charles J. Cooke
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Russian Consuls in foreign countries are to
apply tlie laws of Finland on all questions
concerning Finnisli subjects and shipping.

(27.) The Minister of War.—It has been
established by a provision of the law of 1878 on
the military service in Finland, that matters
relating to the Finnish troops, which are
neither of an administrative nor of a
legis-lative nature, or for which the law prescribes
no other procedure, are to be reported to the
Emperor by the Russian Minister of War
exercising in this respect the functions of a
Minister of War for the Finnish army. A
Finnish major-general or colonel, an attaché
of the Minister of War, is charged with the
direct presentation to the Minister of all
questions relating to the Finnish army, which, in
virtue of the above-mentioned law, come within
the province of the Minister of War, or on
which his opinion is asked.

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