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The British Commonwealth and Empire

  • S. H. Steinberg
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

The British Commonwealth of Nations consists of the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, India, Pakistan, Ceylon, Ghana; the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland; the Colonies and Protectorates; and the Territories under Trusteeship.

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SCOTLAND

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WALES

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  1. Statistical Information. Department of Statistics, Federation of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, was set up in 1946, taking over from the Department of Statistics, Straits Settlements and Federated Malaya States, Singapore. Chief Statistician; H. Fell. Main publications: Monthly Statistical Bulletin of the Federation of Malaya; Rubber Statistics Handbook (Annual); Trade Statistics (Quarterly).Google Scholar
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  1. Statistical Information. The Department of Statistics (P.O. Box 3010, Singapore), established 1 Jan. 1922, collects Singapore statistics and co-ordinates those with similar information prepared in the Federation of Malaya. Its publications are therefore mainly pan-Malayan with separate details for the two territories; they include Malayan Statistics of External Trade and Monthly Digest. Chief Statistician: E. J. Phillips.Google Scholar
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  1. General Information. Federal Information Department (P.O. Box 8140, Causeway, Salisbury, S. Rhodesia), Director: W. V. Brelsford.Google Scholar
  2. Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, Order in Council. H.M.S.O., 1953Google Scholar
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  1. Statistical Information. The Central African Statistical Office, P.O. Box 8063, Causeway, S. Rhodesia, originated in 1927 as the Southern Rhodesian Government Statistical Bureau. Ten years later its name was changed to Department of Statistics, and in 1948 it assumed its present title when it took over responsibility for certain Northern Ehodesian and Nyasaland statistics. Director of Census and Statistics: J. R. H. Shaul, O.B.E., M.Sc., B.Com., F.S.S.Google Scholar
  2. The Statute Law of Southern Rhodesia. 5 vols. Salisbury, 1939Google Scholar
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  5. Reference Library. The Bulawayo National Library, Fort St./8th Av., Bulawayo. Librarian: D. Niven, O.B.E.Google Scholar

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  1. General Information. The Chief Information Officer, P.O. Box 209, Lusaka.Google Scholar
  2. Laws of Northern Rhodesia. 8 vols. Govt. Printer, Lusaka, 1955Google Scholar
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  1. General Information. Federal Information Office, P.O. Box SO, Zomba.Google Scholar
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  1. Annual Report on Gold Coast, 1954. H.M.S.O., 1956Google Scholar
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  1. Annual Report, 1955. H.M.S.O., 1956Google Scholar
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  1. Statistical Information. The East African Statistical Department is responsible for the collection, analysis and publication of economic statistics concerning the East Africa High Commission territories. The department was set up originally as the Statistical Section of the Conference of the East African Governors in 1943 and has now headquarters at Nairobi, Kenya Colony (P.O. Box 1101), and sub-offices at Dar es Salaam, Tanganyika Territory, and Entebbe, Uganda Protectorate. Director: C. J. Martin, M.B.E. The Department publishes the Quarterly East African Economic and Statistical Bulletin.Google Scholar
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  2. Nairobi: Master Plan for a Colonial Capital. H.M.S.O., 1948Google Scholar
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  1. Report on the Administration of Tanganyika, 1955. H.M.S.O., 1950Google Scholar
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  1. Annual Report on Uganda, 1955. H.M.S.O., 1956Google Scholar
  2. Uganda Protectorate: Buganda. (Cmd 9320.) H.M.S.O., 1954Google Scholar
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  1. Annual Report on Zanzibar, 1953–54. H.M.S.O., 1955Google Scholar
  2. A Guide to Zanzibar. Zanzibar, 1952Google Scholar
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  1. Statistical Information. The Central Statistical Office (Rose-Hill, Mauritius) was founded in July 1945. Director. M. V. M. Herchenroder, B.Sc, F.I.S. Its main publication is the Year Book of Statistics (from 1946).Google Scholar
  2. Annual Report on Mauritius, 1954. H.M.S.O., 1956Google Scholar
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  1. Annual Report on the Seychelles, 1953–54. H.M.S.O., 1955Google Scholar
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  1. Annual Report, 1954–55. H.M.S.O., 1956Google Scholar
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  1. Bauer, P. T., West African Trade. Cambridge Univ. Press, 1954Google Scholar
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  1. Annual Report on Nigeria, 1954. H.M.S.O., 1957Google Scholar
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  1. Annual Report on Gambia, 1952–53. H.M.S.O., 1955Google Scholar
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  1. Annual Report on Sierra Leone, 1954. H.M.S.O., 1956Google Scholar
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  1. Annual Report, 1954–55. H.M.S.O., 1956Google Scholar
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  1. Report of the Royal Commission on Dominion-Provincial Relations, Canada, 1867–1939. 3 vols. Ottawa, 1940Google Scholar
  2. Clokie, H. McD., Canadian Government and Politics. 2nd ed. New York, 1945Google Scholar
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  1. Coats, R. H., and MacLean, M. C., The American-born in Canada: A Statistical Interpretation, Yale and Oxford, 1943Google Scholar
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  1. Royal Commission on National Development in the Arts, Letters and Sciences. Report, 1949–51..; Studies: a selection of essays. 1951 (both in English and French editions)Google Scholar
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  1. Cassidy, H. M., Public Health and Welfare Reorganization... in the Canadian Provinces, Toronto, 1945Google Scholar
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  1. Kennedy, J. de N., History of the Department of Munitions and Supply in the Second World War. 2 vols. 1950Google Scholar
  2. Schull, J., The Far Distant Ships: an official account of Canadian naval operations in the Second World War. 1950Google Scholar
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  1. Canadian Mines Handbook. Annual. Toronto, from 1931Google Scholar
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  1. Després, J.-P., Le Canada et l’Organisation Internationale du Travail. Montreal, 1947Google Scholar
  2. Logan, H. A., Trade Unions in Canada. Toronto, 1948Google Scholar
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  1. Boggs, W. S., The Postage Stamps and Postal History of Canada. 2 vols. Kalamazoo, Mich., 1945–46Google Scholar
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  1. Jamieson, A. B., Chartered Banking in Canada. Toronto, 1955Google Scholar
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  1. Statistical Information. The Dominion Bureau of Statistics, Ottawa, has been the official central statistical organization for Canada since 1918. To-day the Bureau, under the Department of Trade and Commerce, serves as the statistical agency for Federal Government Departments; co-ordinates the statistics of the Provincial Governments along national lines; and is the channel through which all Canadian statistical data are transferred to international organizations. Dominion Statistician: Walter E. Duffett.Google Scholar
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  3. The Canada Year Book. Annual, from 1905Google Scholar
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  5. Canadian Statistical Review. Monthly, with weekly supplements, from 1948Google Scholar
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  1. Cambridge History of the British Empire. Vol. VI. Canada and Newfoundland. Cambridge, 1930Google Scholar
  2. Canadian Who’s Who. 6th ed. Toronto, 1954Google Scholar
  3. National Reference Book on Canadian Personalities. 8th ed. Montreal, 1948Google Scholar
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  5. Brady, A., Democracy in the Dominions: a comparative study in institutions. Toronto, 1947Google Scholar
  6. Brebner, J. B., North Atlantic Triangle: The Interplay of Canada, the United States and Great Britain. New Haven and Toronto, 1945Google Scholar
  7. Brown, G. W., Canadian Democracy in Action. Toronto, 1952.—Canada in the Makina. Toronto, 1953Google Scholar
  8. Bruchnsi, Jean, L’Histoire du Canada. 2 vols. Montreal, 1937.—Canada, réaltiés d’hier et d’aujourd’ hui. Montreal, 1954.—Le Canada. Paris, 1952Google Scholar
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  10. Burpee, L. J., The Discovery of Canada. Toronto, 1944.—The Search for the Western Sea. 2 vols. Toronto, 1935Google Scholar
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  12. Creighton, Donald, G., Dominion of the North: A History of Canada. Boston, 1944Google Scholar
  13. England, R., The Colonization of Western Canada. London, 1936.—Contemporary Canada. Toronto, 1948Google Scholar
  14. Firestone, O. J., Residential Real Estate in Canada. Toronto, 1951Google Scholar
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  23. Lefebvre, P. J., Le Canada, l’Amerique-geographique, historique, biographique, littéraire; supplement du Larousse canadien complet. Montreal, 1954Google Scholar
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  29. Peat, Louisa, Canada: A New World Power. Toronto, 1945Google Scholar
  30. Potvin, D., L Saint-Laurent et ses Îles. 2nd ed. Quebec, 1945Google Scholar
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  36. Saunders, S. A., Studies in the Economy of the Maritime Provinces. Toronto, 1939Google Scholar
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  1. Brittain, H. L., Local Government in Canada. Toronto, 1951Google Scholar
  2. Plunkett, T. J., Municipal Organization in Canada. Montreal, 1955Google Scholar
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  1. Census of Newfoundland and Labrador, decennial. St John’sGoogle Scholar
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  1. MacKinnon, F., The Government of Prince Edward Island. Toronto, 1951Google Scholar

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  1. Proceedings and Transactions of the Nova Scotia Historical Society and Nova Scotia Institute of ScienceGoogle Scholar
  2. Bourinot, Sir J., Builders of Nova ScotiaGoogle Scholar
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  1. New Brunswick: its Natural Resources. Ottawa, 1930Google Scholar
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  1. Statistical Information. The Quebec Bureau of Statistics (Department of Trade and Commerce, Parliament Buildings, Quebec) was established in 1912. Director: J. C. McGee. Its most important publication is the Quebec Statistical Year Book (annually since 1914). Quebec 1954 (1955) is a useful précis.Google Scholar
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  1. Economic Survey of Ontario. Annual. Dept. of Economics, TorontoGoogle Scholar
  2. Chapman, L. J., and Putnam, D. F., Physiography of Southern Ontario. Toronto, 1950Google Scholar
  3. Wilkes, G. C., Taxation of the Forest Industries of Ontario. Toronto, 1954Google Scholar

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  1. Statistical Information. Inquiries may be addressed to the Deputy Minister, Department of Industry and Commerce, Room 254, Legislative Building, Winnipeg.Google Scholar
  2. The Department of Industry and Commerce publishes: Manitoba Trade Directory, Manitoba Cities and Towns (Industrial Development Series). Years of Industrial Achievement. Manufacturing in Manitoba. Manitoba Population Map. The Keystone: Agriculture. Industrial Resources of Manitoba. Industry and Commerce. Monthly BulletinGoogle Scholar
  3. Industrial Survey of Metropolitan Winnipeg. Winnipeg, 1954Google Scholar
  4. The Department of Agriculture publishes: Facts about Manitoba. Annual Reports on Crops, Livestock, etc. Story of Manitoba’s AgricultureGoogle Scholar
  5. Ninth Census of Canada: Manitoba. Ottawa, 1951Google Scholar

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  1. Tourist and other publications, descriptive of the Gbvernment’s programme, are obtainable from the Department of Travel and Information, Legislative Annex, Regina.Google Scholar
  2. Lipset, S. M., Agrarian Socialism: the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation in Saskatchewan, Los Angeles, 1950Google Scholar
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  1. Publications of the Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources, Ottawa: The Yukon Act, Chapter 53, Statutes of Canada, 1953, as amended Agriculture and Forestry of Yukon TerritoryGoogle Scholar

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  1. The Acts of the Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia passed from 1901 to 1935 and in force on 1 Jan. 1936: to which is prefixed the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act. 4 vols. Canberra, 1936. With, annual supplement, 1936 to dateGoogle Scholar
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  1. Australian Institute of Political Science, Australia and the Migrant. Sydney, 1953.—The Australian Political Party System. Sydney, 1954.—Italians and Germans in Australia. Melbourne, 1954Google Scholar
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  1. Australian Council for Educational Research. Review of Education in Australia. Melbourne, 1950Google Scholar
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  1. Baaiman, J., Outline of Law in Australia. 2nd ed. Sydney, 1955Google Scholar
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  1. National Income and Expenditure. Department of the Treasury. Canberra, 1946 to dateGoogle Scholar
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  1. Australia in the War of 1939–1945, ed. Gavin Long. 22 vols. Canberra, 1952 ff.Google Scholar
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  1. The Importance of Wool in Australia’s National Income. Bureau of Agricultural Economics, Canberra, 1952Google Scholar
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  3. Bulletin, Bureau of Agricultural Economics. Canberra, 1946 to dateGoogle Scholar
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  5. Rural Australia: a Graphical Summary. Bureau of Agricultural Economics. Sydney, 1952Google Scholar
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  1. Australian Institute of Political Science, Australia’s Transport Crisis. Sydney, 1956Google Scholar

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  1. Commonwealth Bank of Australia. Statistical Bulletin. Sydney, 1937 to dateGoogle Scholar
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  1. Statistical Information. The Commonwealth Bureau of Census and Statistics (West Block, Canberra, A.C.T.) was established in 1906. All the activities of the Bureau are covered by the Census and Statistics Act, which confers authority to collect information and contains secrecy provisions to ensure that individual particulars obtained are not divulged. An outline of the development of statistics in Australia is published in the Official Year Book, No. 41, 1955. Acting Commonwealth Statistician: S. R. Carver, O.B.E.Google Scholar
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  3. Official Year Book of the Commonwealth of Australia, 1907 to dateGoogle Scholar
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  1. Statistical Information. The Western Australian Statistical Office (St George’s Tee, Perth) was established in 1897. Government Statistician: R. J. Little. Its principal publications are: Statistical Register of Western Australia. Pocket Year Book of Western Australia. Quarterly Statistical Abstract.Google Scholar
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