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The members were royalists and experts of European science. The result of their discussions was the ‘Draft of Regulations for the Kògisho’ (kògisho hòsoku an; kògisho = place for public discussion). On 24 January 1869 the Executive Oﬃce ( gyòseikan) sent out the draft and asked for a reply if there were any apparently doubtful points; if so, such articles should be written down and presented to a conference in the coming spring where the draft could be ﬁnally deliberated and enacted. The historian Jintarò Fujii13 points to the fact, that the regulations applied not only to the members of the kògisho but would also fall under the category of the rules for regional assemblies.
At both the university and in the ministry,13 the aforementioned foreign areas of law 651 and 1397, the Japanese Code of One Hundred Articles (Kujikata osadamegaki hyakkajò) of 1742, and the draft of a penal code prepared by oﬃcials of the Higo domain in Kyùshù. 9 It was also formed on old Chinese and bakufu law without western inﬂuence worth mentioning. 10 See P. Schmidt, chapter ‘Criminal Procedure’, in this volume. R. Ishii, Meiji bunkashi, 2. hòseihen (Cultural History of the Meiji Era, vol.
The foremost men were: H. Roesler, a former professor of Rostock university, was the author of the ﬁrst Japanese Commercial Code and became involved in preparatory work for the constitution, and also lectured at the Tokyo University; P. Mayet, an economist,17 dealt with postal organization, insurance, and the savings bank system; A. Mosse, a judge, was occupied in various branches of law, mainly in creating the regulations for the administrative system of regional self-government; O. Rudorff, a judge, drafted the Law for the Constitution of the Courts; H.
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