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     1. Any such property as is mentioned in paragraph l(b) of Schedule 2 but not as respects any aerodrome or harbour.
     2. Navigation, including merchant shipping, but not harbours or inland waters.
     3. Civil aviation but not aerodromes.
     4. The foreshore and the sea bed and subsoil and their natural resources (except so far as affecting harbours); submarine pipe-lines; submarine cables, including any land line used solely for the purpose of connecting one submarine cable with another.
     5. Domicile.
     6. Postal services, including the issue, transmission and payment of money and postal orders issued by the Post Office; designs for postage stamps.
     7. Disqualification for membership of the Assembly; privileges, powers and immunities of the Assembly, its members and committees greater than those conferred by section 41.
     8. The following matters-
    (a) the criminal law, including the creation of offences and penalties;
    (b) the prevention and detection of crime and powers of arrest and detention in connection with crime or criminal proceedings;
    (c) prosecutions;
    (d) the treatment of offenders (including children and young persons, and mental health patients, involved in crime);
    (e) the surrender of fugitive offenders between Northern Ireland and Ireland;
    (f) compensation out of public funds for victims of crime.
  Sub-paragraph (d) includes, in particular, prisons and other institutions for the treatment or detention of persons mentioned in that sub-paragraph.
     9. The maintenance of public order, including the conferring of powers, authorities, privileges or immunities for that purpose on constables, members of the armed forces of the Crown and other persons, but not any matter within paragraph 15 of Schedule 2.
     10. The establishment, organisation and control of the Royal Ulster Constabulary and of any other police force (other than the Ministry of Defence Police); the Police Authority for Northern Ireland; traffic wardens.
     11. Firearms and explosives.
     12. Civil defence.
     13. The Emergency Powers Act Northern Ireland) 1926 or any enactment for similar purposes.
     14. All matters, other than those specified in paragraph 10 of Schedule 2, relating to the Supreme Court of Judicature of Northern Ireland, county courts, courts of summary jurisdiction (including magistrates' courts and juvenile courts) and coroners, including procedure, evidence, appeals, juries, costs, legal aid and the registration, execution and enforcement of judgments and orders but not-
    (a) bankruptcy, insolvency, the winding up of corporate and unincorporated bodies or the making of arrangements or compositions with creditors;
    (b) the regulation of the profession of solicitors.
     15. All matters (including procedure and appeals) relating to-
    (a) the Chief and other Social Security Commissioners for Northern Ireland; or
    (b) the Chief and other Child Support Commissioners for Northern Ireland,
  but not any matter within paragraph 10 of Schedule 2.
     16. Trade with any place outside the United Kingdom but not-
    (a) the furtherance of the trade of Northern Ireland or the protection of traders in Northern Ireland against fraud;
    (b) services in connection with, or the regulation of, the quality, insurance, transport, marketing or identification of agricultural or food products, including livestock;
    (c) the prevention of disease or the control of weeds and pests;
    (d) aerodromes and harbours.
     17. The matters dealt with by the following provisions of the Pension Schemes Act 1993-
    (a) section 6(1), (2)(a)(i), (iii) and (iv) and (b), (3), (4) and (8) (registration of occupational and personal pension schemes);
    (b) section 145 (Pensions Ombudsman).
     18. Regulation of the following-
    (a) building societies;
    (b) banking;
    (c) friendly societies and the other societies to which the Friendly Societies Act 1974 applies.
     19. Regulation of the following-
    (a) investment business, the official listing of securities and offers of unlisted securities;
    (b) the transfer of securities;
    (c) insider dealing.
     20. The subject-matter of the Money Laundering Regulations 1993, but in relation to any type of business.
     21. Regulation of anti-competitive practices and agreements; abuse of dominant position; monopolies and mergers.
     22. Trade marks, service marks and design, copyright, patent and topography rights.
     23. Units of measurement and United Kingdom primary standards.
     24. Telecommunications.
     25. Wireless telegraphy, and the provision of programme services (within the meaning of the Broadcasting Act 1990).
     26. The National Lottery (except in so far as any matter within Schedule 2 is concerned).
     27. Xenotransplantation.
     28. Surrogacy arrangements, within the meaning of the Surrogacy Arrangements Act 1985, including the subject-matter of that Act.
     29. The subject-matter of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 1990.
     30. Human genetics.
     31. Consumer safety.
     32. The making and revision of plans under section 3(5) of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 (emission limits); the environmental protection technology scheme for research and development in the United Kingdom.
     33. The subject-matter of-
    (a) the Data Protection Act 1984; and
    (b) Council Directive 95/46/EC (protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and free movement of such data).
     34. Nuclear installations.
     35. Regulation of activities in outer space.
     36. Oaths and declarations (including all undertakings and affirmations, by whatever name) other than those within section 63(3).
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