Excerpt from The Practical Statutes of the Session, 1902 (2 Edward 7): With Introductions, Notes, Tables of Statutes Repealed and Subjects Altered, Lists of Local and Personal and Private Acts, and a Copious Index
The Titles of the Public General Acts passed in the Third Session of the Twenty-Seventh Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
2 Edward VII. - A.D. 1902
1 An Act to apply certain sums out of the Consolidated Fund to the service of the years ending on the thirty-first day of March one thousand nine hundred and one, one thousand nine hundred and two, and one thousand nine hundred and three. (Consolidated Fund (No. 1).)
2. An Act to provide, during twelve months, for the Discipline and Regulation of the Army. (Anny (Annual).)
3. An Act to enable County Councils in Ireland to exclude Congested Districts from the area of charge for certain purposes. (Acgriculture and Technical Instruction (Ireland),)
4. An Act to provide for raising money for the service of the year ending the thirty-first day of March, nineteen hundred and three. (Loan.)
5. An Act to amend section one of the Royal Naval Reserve (Volunteer) Act, 1896. (Royal Naval Reserve.)
6. An Act to amend the Wild Birds' Protection Acts. (Wild Birds' Protection.)
7. An Act to grant certain duties of Customs and Inland Revenue, to alter other duties and to amend the Law relating to Customs and Inland Revenue and the National Debt, and to make other provision for the financial arrangements of the year. (Finance.)
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