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(1889) [MARC] Author: Leo Mechelin Translator: Charles J. Cooke
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Tlie central administrative authorities are
immediately dependent on the Senate ; the
local agencies depend partly on the Senate,
partly on the central administrations.

In the same way public establishments {e.g.
educational institutions) which require the
careful attention of the administration, supply
either local wants or subserve the general
interests of the countrv. The administrative
sphere of action of the Senate does not,
however, include equally all State institutions ; the
Bank of Finland is governed by delegates from
the Diet, and the university enjoys much
autonomy in the management of its affairs.

A.—Administrations depending on the Senate.

(01) Distribution of Administrative Agencies
according to the sections of the Senate.

The following are subordinate :—
(a) To the Home Section :
Provincial administrations, of which
mention will shortly be made ;

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