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List of Statutory Instruments of the United Kingdom, 1954

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This is an incomplete list of Statutory Instruments of the United Kingdom in 1954. This listing is the complete, 30 items, "Partial Dataset" as listed on www.legislation.gov.uk (as at March 2014).[1]

Statutory Instruments

  • The Import of Goods (Control) Order 1954 SI 1954/23
  • The Railway Clearing House Scheme Order 1954 SI 1954/39
  • The Double Taxation Relief (Taxes on Income) (Greece) Order 1954 SI 1954/142
  • The Coal Industry (Superannuation Scheme) (Winding Up, No. 6) Regulations 1954 SI 1954/155
  • The Foreign Compensation (Hungary) (Registration) Order 1954 SI 1954/219
  • The Foreign Compensation (Roumania) (Registration) Order 1954 SI 1954/221
  • The Civil Defence (Transport) Regulations 1954 SI 1954/274
  • The Removal of Bodies Regulations 1954 SI 1954/448
  • The Import of Goods (Control) (Amendment) Order,1954 SI 1954/627
  • The Visiting Forces Act,1952 (Commencement) Order,1954 SI 1954/ 633
  • The Visiting Forces (Designation) Order 1954 SI 1954/ 634
  • The Visiting Forces Act (Application to Colonies) Order 1954 SI 1954/ 636
  • The Visiting Forces (Designation) (Colonies) Order 1954 SI 1954/ 637
  • The Atomic Energy Authority (Appointed Day) Order,1954 SI 1954/ 832
  • The British Transport Commission (Male Wages Grades Pensions) Regulations 1954 SI 1954/ 898
  • The Non-Indigenous Rabbits (Prohibition of Importation and Keeping) Order 1954 SI 1954/ 927
  • The Motor Vehicles (Variation of Speed Limit) (Amendment) Regulations,1954 SI 1954/ 943
  • The Visiting Forces (Designation) (Colonies) (Amendment) Order 1954 SI 1954/1041
  • The Local Government Superannuation (Benefits) Regulations,1954 SI 1954/1048
  • The Agriculture (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act,1954, (Commencement) Order,1954 SI 1954/1137
  • The Superannuation (Local Government Staffs) (National Service) (Amendment) Rules 1954 SI 1954/1228
  • The Local Government Superannuation (England and Scotland) (Amendment) Regulations 1954 SI 1954/1250
  • The Landlord and Tenant (Determination of Rateable Value Procedure) Rules 1954 SI 1954/1255
  • The Justices of the Peace Act, 1949 (Compensation) Regulations 1954 SI 1954/1262
  • The Foreign Compensation (Hungary) (Registration) (Amendment) Order 1954 SI 1954/1371
  • The Duty-Free Supplies for the Royal Navy Regulations 1954 SI 1954/1406
  • The British Transport Commission (Amendment of Pension Schemes) Regulations 1954 SI 1954/1428
  • The Savings Bank Annuities (Tables) Order 1954 SI 1954/1578
  • British Transport Commission (Organisation) Scheme Order 1954 (1) SI 1954/1579
  • The Public Service Vehicles and Trolley Vehicles (Carrying Capacity) Regulations 1954 SI 1954/1612

Unreferenced Listings

The following 8 items were previously listed on this article, however are unreferenced on the authorities site, included here for a "no loss" approach.

  • Purchase Tax (No. 1) Order, 1954 SI 1954/1
  • Purchase Tax (No. 2) Order, 1954 SI 1954/2
  • Purchase Tax (No. 3) Order, 1954 SI 1954/3
  • National Insurance (Industrial Injuries) (Prescribed Diseases) Amendment Regulations, 1954 SI 1954/5
  • Coal Industry Nationalisation (Interim Income) (Rates of Interest) Order, 1954 SI 1954/10
  • Pedestrian Crossing Regulations 1954 SI 1954/370
  • Horses (Landing from Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland) Order 1954 SI 1954/698
  • Rotherham (Repeal of Local Enactments) Order 1954 SI 1954/1450

References

  1. ^ http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/1954

External links

  • Legislation.gov.uk delivered by the UK National Archive
  • UK SI's on legislation.gov.uk
  • UK Draft SI's on legislation.gov.uk

See also

List of Statutory Instruments of the United Kingdom

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