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Page 238 - ... given, hath offended contrary to this act, such judge or judges shall cause such offender to be transported for seven years to some or one of his majesty's colonies or plantations in America, by such ways, means, and methods, and in such manner, and under such pains and penalties as felons in other cases are by law to be transported.
Page 337 - Resolved, That this house will to-morrow resolve itself into a committee of the whole house, to consider of the state of the Union.
Page 238 - Geo. 1. c. 29. s. 4. if any person convicted of common barratry shall practise as an attorney, solicitor, or agent, in any suit or action in England, the Judge or Judges of the Court where such suit or action shall be brought shall, upon complaint or information, examine the matter in a summary way in open Court ; and, if it shall appear that the person complained of has offended, shall cause such offender to be transported for seven years...
Page 338 - that, if any person who hath been or who shall be convicted of forgery, or of wilful and corrupt perjury, or subornation of perjury, or common barratry, shall act or practise as an attorney or solicitor or agent in any suit or action brought or to be brought in any court of law or equity within that part of Great Britain called England, the judge or judges of the court where such suit or action is or shall be brought, shall, upon complaint or information thereof, examine the matter in a summary...
Page 338 - Solicitor or Agent, in any Suit or Action, brought or to be brought in any Court of Law or Equity within that Part of Great Britain called England, the Judge or Judges of the Court, where such Suit or Action is or shall be brought, shall, upon Complaint or Information thereof, examine the Matter in a summary Way in open Court ; and if it shall appear to the Satisfaction of such Judge or Judges, that the Person complained of, or against whom such Information shall be given, hath offended contrary...
Page 34 - We are honoured with your Lordship's commands signified in Mr Hammond's letter of the 2nd instant stating that he was directed by your Lordship to acquaint us that your Lordship had addressed a letter to Mr Adams, in reply to his letter of the...
Page 34 - ... Council on bills of aid or supply is too narrow, and would not be recognized by the House of Commons in England. (2.) We are of opinion that " the parliamentary privileges act, 1865," does not confer on the Legislative Council any larger powers in this respect than it would otherwise have possessed. We think that this act was not intended to affect, and did not affect, the legislative powers of either house of the legislature in'New Zealand.
Page 37 - If a statute, before perpetual, be continued by an affirmative statute for a limited time, this does not amount to a repeal thereof at the end of that time.(a) But e contrd, where a statute professes to repeal absolutely a prior law, and substitutes other provisions on the same subject, which are limited to continue only till a certain time, the prior law does not revive after the repealing statute is spent, unless the intention of the legislature to that effect is expressed.
Page 34 - Eepresentatives were well founded,3 . . . "subject of course to the limitation that the Legislative Council have a perfect right to reject any bill passed by the House of Eepresentatives having for its. object to vary the management or appropriation of money prescribed by an Act of the previous session.