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Trang 112 - Majesty the King [title as above]: for Great Britain and Northern Ireland and all parts of the British Empire which are not separate Members of the League (of Nations) - AB. for the Dominion of Canada ----- - CD. for the Commonwealth of Australia ... - EF. for the Dominion of New Zealand ----- GH. for the Union of South Africa
Trang xiii - Ministebs. Prime Minister, First Lord of' the Treasury, and Leader of the House of Commons Lord President of the Council Lord Chancellor .... Lord Privy Seal, and Leader of the House of Lords . Chancellor of the Exchequer . Secretaries of State :— Home Foreign (and Deputy Leader of
Trang 100 - There is, however, one most important element in it which, from a strictly constitutional point of view, has now, as regards all vital matters, reached its full development—we refer to the group of self-governing communities composed of Great Britain and the Dominions. Their position and mutual relation may be readily denned. They are autonomous Communities within the British Empire, equal
Trang 106 - as the symbol of the special relationship between the different parts of the Empire. The British units on behalf of which the treaty is signed should be grouped together in the following order : Great Britain and Northern Ireland and all parts of the British Empire which are not separate members of the League, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Irish Free State, India. A specimen form of
Trang 104 - where such operation is ancillary to provision for the peace, order, and good government of the Dominion. (iii) The principles embodied in or underlying the Colonial Laws Validity Act, 1865, and the extent to which any provisions of that Act ought to be repealed, amended, or modified in the light of
Trang 106 - This rule should be understood as applying to any negotiations which any Government intends to conduct, so as to leave it to the other Governments to say whether they are likely to be interested. When a Government has received information of the intention of
Trang 116 - after the date on which notice thereof shall have been given. Article 18. The present Treaty shall be ratified by each of the High Contracting Parties, and the ratifications shall be exchanged at Angora as soon as possible.
Trang 104 - the Dominion. (iii) The principles embodied in or underlying the Colonial Laws Validity Act, 1865, and the extent to which any provisions of that Act ought to be repealed, amended, or modified in the light of
Trang 112 - etc. Desiring Have resolved to conclude a treaty for that purpose and to that end have appointed as their Plenipotentiaries :— The
Trang 110 - Dominion Government concerned for consideration and that, if the Dominion Government agreed to the issue of the exequatur, it would be sent to them for counter-signature by a Dominion Minister. Instructions to this effect had indeed already been given. (e)