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(1889) [MARC] Author: Leo Mechelin Translator: Charles J. Cooke
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ministrative legislation being comprised in the
functions of the governmental power.

Legislation, properly so called, which is
exercised conjointly by the Emperor and the
Diet, comprises—

1. The fundamental laws and privileges of
the orders ;

2. The laws on civil and penal matters,
and those on civil and criminal procedure ;

3. The laws regulating the Lutheran
Church, and the rights of other creeds ;

4. The maritime code ;

5. The laws on military organisation ;

6. The laws regulating the Bank of
Finland and the monetary system ;

7. The laws on taxation ;

8. The laws on economical and
administrative matters concerning, not the duties of
public servants, but the rights and duties of
citizens ; such are the laws on industry and
commerce and on communal administration,
the agrarian laws, &c.

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