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ROGERS ON ELECTIONS.
Vol. I.-REGISTRATION, including the Practice
in Registration Appeals, Parliamentary, Municipal, and Local Government; with Appendices of Statutes, Orders in Council, and Forms. Fifteenth Edition. By MAURICE POWELL, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Royal 12mo. 1890. Cloth.
Price £1:18. (For Cash, 178.; postage, 6d. extra.) “The practitioner will find within these covers everything which he can be expected to know, well arranged and carefully stated.” -- Law Times.
VOL. II.-PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS AND
PETITIONS; with Appendices of Statutes, Rules and Forms. Seventeenth Edition. By 8. H. Day, Esq., Barrister-at-Law.
STEVENS & SONS, LIMITED, 119 & 120, Chancery Lane, London.
ROGERS ON ELECTIONS:
MUNICIPAL AND OTHER
ELECTIONS & PETITIONS,
APPENDICES OF STATUTES, RULES AND FORMS.
S. H. DAY,
OF THE MIDDLE TEMPLE AND SOUTH EASTERN CIRCUIT, ESQUIRE,
STEVENS AND SONS, LIMITED,
119 & 120, CHANCERY LANE,
SINCE the last edition of Rogers on Elections, the Local Government Act, 1894, which makes provision for the institution of parish and district councils, has become law. The election to these bodies, as well as to boards of guardians and metropolitan vestries, is to be conducted under this Act and the rules made by the Local Government Board. So also are elections in parishes which have not sufficient inhabitants to entitle them to have a parish council.
The present Volume treats of elections to-
In every instance the poll, if any, is to be by ballot, and the Ballot Act, 1872, applies, with modifications and alterations. Part IV. of the Municipal Corporations Act,