APPENDIX A THE LEGISLATIVE LISTS
I THE FEDERAL LEGISLATIVE LISTMatters with respect to which the Federal Legislature has, and the
Legislature of a Region has not, power to make laws.
|External affairs, that is to say--|
|a. ||such external relations as may from time to time be entrusted to the Federation by Her Majesty's Government in
the United Kingdom;|
|b. ||the implementation of treaties, conventions and agreements
with, and other obligations towards or arrangements relating to, countries or international or similar organizations
outside the Federation,|
but not including relations between the United Kingdom and any of
|2. ||Passports and visas.|
|3. ||Immigration into and emigration from the Federation.|
|4. ||Citizenship of the Federation.|
|5. ||Aliens; naturalisation.|
|8. ||The generation, supply and use of nuclear energy.|
|9. ||Trade and commerce with other countries; the establishment of
standards of quality for goods to be exported out of the Federation.|
|10. ||The regulation of trade and commerce among the Regions.|
|11. ||Copyright, patents, trade marks, designs and merchandise
|12. ||Duties of customs and excise (including export duties).|
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Book title: The Economic Development of Nigeria:Report of a Mission Organized by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development at the Request of the Governments of Nigeria and the United Kingdom.
Contributors: World Bank - OrganizationName.
Publisher: Johns Hopkins Press.
Place of publication: Baltimore, MD.
Publication year: 1955.
Page number: 607.
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