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SOLICITOR OF THE SUPREME COURT;
OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW ASSOCIATION
FROM THE SAME PUBLISHERS
By J. H. MCCALL, F.S.A.A.
Institute of Municipal Treasurers and Accountants.
In demy 8vo, cloth, 130 pp. 78. 6d. net. This book has been written specially for municipal book-keepers to help them in their daily work and to assist those studying for the examinations of the Institute of Municipal Treasurers and Accountants and similar examining bodies. Sinking Funds, Reserve Funds and
By J. H. BURTON, A.S.A.A.
By MONTAGU E. COX, LL.B. (Lond.)
Clerk of the London County Council.
In crown 8vo, cloth gilt, 128 pp. 58. net. The principal object of this work is to cover thoroughly the requirements of students preparing for examinations in Municipal Organization and Office Management. It provides an elementary treatment of the principles of organization as applied to Municipalities. The Local Government of the United
In crown 8vo, cloth, 385 pp. 78. 6d. net. This book is intended to meet the requirements of the general reader and the Local Government administrator. It will also be of assistance to students preparing for the examinations of the Institute of Municipal Treasurers and Accountants, the National Association of Local Government Officers, and similar examining bodies.
Municipal Audit Programmes
In demy 8vo, cloth gilt, 116 pp., 38. 6d. net. Intended for the use of members of the staffs of Finance Departments, and for students preparing for the examinations of the Institute of Municipal Treasurers and Accountants.
PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN
PREFACE THERE are some excellent standard works on Municipal and Local Government law, e.g. Arnold's Law of Municipal Corporations, Glen's Public Health, Lumley's Public Health, Scholefield's Encyclopaedia of Local Government Law, but these are from their size and wealth of detailed information unsuitable for readers who are not in a general way familiar with the subject.
I am informed and I believe it to be true that a small book giving an outline of Local Government law would be acceptable to an ever-increasing number of citizens who are taking an interest in Local Government. This book is therefore offered as an introduction to the larger works on the subject. In truth it is difficult to state any new principles concerning the powers, duties, and obligations of local authorities, but the writer is hopeful that his method of treatment, and the practical hints he gives, will be acceptable to those associated with the work of civic bodies, and particularly to officers in the Local Government service who are preparing for examinations of the National Association of Local Government Officers, the Royal Sanitary Institute, the Institute of Municipal Treasurers and Accountants, and kindred institutions.
Quotations from authoritative sources have been freely inserted, and the writer is greatly indebted to those authors whose works are mentioned in this book. Students should not fail to peruse the Examination Notes in the appendix.
H. E. S. WIMBLEDON,