Harvard Law Review, Svazek 33
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Strana 622 - Provision is made by § 92 (i) of the latter act: "In each Province, the Legislature may exclusively make laws in relation to ... the amendment, from time to time ... of the Constitution of the Province, except as regards the office of Lieutenant-Governor." Held, that the Manitoba act is ultra vires. In re the Initiative and Referendum Act,  AC 935 (Privy Council).
Strana 484 - White, 117 US 210 (1886). The court found the land described as belonging to the testator, in the introductory word of the will: "And touching worldly estate, wherewith it has pleased Almighty God to bless me in this life, I give devise and dispose of the same in the following manner and form.
Strana 718 - among those the insurers undertake to bear. Magens gives a policy dated in London in 1744: "Touching the Adventures and Perils which we the Assurers are contented to bear, and take upon us in this Voyage, they are, of the Seas, Men of War, Fire. Enemies, Pirates, Rovers, Thieves, Jettizons, Letters of Mart and
Strana 465 - What is the liberty of the Press? Who can give it any definition that would not leave the utmost latitude for evasion? I hold it to be impracticable; and from this I infer, that its security, whatever fine declarations may be inserted in any constitution respecting it, must altogether depend on public opinion, and on the
Strana 370 - By another Will or Codicil executed in manner herein-before required, or by some Writing declaring an Intention to revoke the same, and executed in the Manner in which a Will is herein-before required to be executed.
Strana 718 - Surprizals, Takings at Sea, Arrests, Restraints and Detainments of all Kings, Princes and People of what Nation, Condition or Quality soever, Barretry of the Master and Mariners and of all other Perils, Losses
Strana 806 - in speaking of the commerce clause, it was said: "The enumeration presupposes something not enumerated; and that something, if we regard the language or the subject of the sentence, must be the exclusively internal commerce of a State. . . . The completely internal commerce of a State, then, may be considered as reserved for the State itself.
Strana 294 - L. Ed. 264]. But with these exceptions it is not perceived that there is any limit to the questions which can be adjusted touching any matter which is properly the subject of negotiation with a foreign country.
Strana 145 - Though he may use the water while it runs over his land as an incident to the land, he cannot unreasonably detain it, or give it another direction, and he must return it to its ordinary channel where it leaves his estate
Strana 33 - freedom of innocent passage above its territory and territorial waters ... to the aircraft of the other contracting States. . . ." Article 3 provides that a state may, for military reasons or in the interest of public safety, prohibit aircraft of other states from flying over certain areas of its territory, but it must make no