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(1889) [MARC] Author: Leo Mechelin Translator: Charles J. Cooke
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of space prevents our explaining here the
historical facts which gave rise to this exception,
which has been acted upon since 1772.

There is one other exception, expressly
recognised by law.

If the country is attacked by an enemy, the
Emperor and Grand Duke has the right of
imposing contributions necessary for its defence.
But, immediately after the termination of the
war, the Diet must be convoked, and the
lev3T-ino- of these contributions must cease.


(49) Other Revenues of the State.

The Crown lands, fisheries, and forests are
utilised for the benefit of the State, according
to regulations established by the Government.
No expropriation of Crown property may take
place without the consent of the Diet.

The Emperor regulates the administration of
State investments.

The Diet determines the proportion of the
annual profits of the Bank of Finland to be
assigned to State revenue.

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