The Gold Coast Legislative Council

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APPENDIX I
GOLD COAST COLONY (LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL) ORDERS IN COUNCIL, 1925 TO 19391

ORDER OF THE KING IN COUNCIL, PROVIDING FOR THE CONSTI- TUTION OF A LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL FOR THE GOLD COAST COLONY AT THE COUNCIL CHAMBER, WHITEHALL, THE 8th day of April, 1925.

Present:
HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE HENRY. ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY. LORD CHANCELLOR. PRIME MINISTER. LORD EUSTACE PERCY. SIR JOHN GILMOUR, BT. MR. EDWARD WOOD. SIR WILLIAM MITCHELL-THOMSON, BT.

Recites Letters Patent of 20th September 1916.

WHEREAS by certain Letters Patent passed under the Great Seal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland bearing date at Westminster the twentieth day of September, 1916, His Majesty the King did constitute the Office of Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and over the Gold Coast Colony, and did amongst other things provide for the establishment of a Legislative Council for the said Colony, and did further reserve to Himself, His heirs and successors, His and their undoubted right, with the advice of His or their Privy Council, from time to time to make all such Laws or Ordinances as might appear to Him or them necessary for the peace, order, and good government of the Colony:

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The principal order was the Gold Coast Colony (Legislative Council) Order in Council, 1925. It was amended by the Gold Coast Colony (Legislative Council) Order in Council, 1927, and by the Cold Coast Colony (Legislative Council) Amendment Orders in Council of 1933, 1934, and 1939.

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