I do not think that the circular, as it is called, relating to constitution, functions and procedure of local tribunals, published in Great Britain, Should be called regulations. Although they constitute general indications to the tribunals looking to uniformity, it would be impossible, and it would be barbarous drafting, to insert such provisions as are in this circular in the Act. Consequently, I am not quite certain whether it was intended that this should be among the regulations which, under the Act, should form a part of -it or not. I 'am informed they are not pant of it. But sudh as are regulations have the force of law. They must be consistent with this Act, and they -must look to the carrying out of this Act and nothing but this Act.