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THE HIGH COURT OF AUSTRALIA.

CONSTITUTION.

THE RIGHT HONOURABLE SIR SAMUEL WALKER GRIFFITH, P.C., G.C.M.G., CHIEF JUSTICE.

Commissioned 5th October 1903.

Retired 17th October, 1919.

THE HONOURABLE ADRIAN KNOX, C.M.G., K.C., CHIEF

JUSTICE.

Commissioned 18th October, 1919.

THE RIGHT HONOURABLE SIR EDMUND BARTON,

P.C., G.C.M.G.

Commissioned 5th October 1903.

THE HONOURABLE RICHARD EDWARD O'CONNOR.

Commissioned 5th October 1903.

Died 18th November, 1912.

THE HONOURABLE ISAAC ALFRED ISAACS.

Commissioned 12th October 1906.

THE HONOURABLE HENRY BOURNES HIGGINS.

Commissioned 13th October 1906.

THE HONOURABLE FRANK GAVAN DUFFY.

Commissioned 11th February 1912.

THE HONOURABLE CHARLES POWERS.

Commissioned 5th March 1913.

THE HONOURABLE GEORGE EDWARD RICH.

Commissioned 5th April 1913.

*See infra, p. 945.

PAGE.

(xx.) Foreign corporations, and trading or financial corpora-

tions formed within the limits of the Commonwealth.

Proposed Amendment*..

489

(XXI.) Marriage

501

(XXII.) Divorce and matrimonial causes ; parental rights, and

the custody and guardianship of infants

502

(XXIII.) Invalid and old-age pensions

502

(XXIV.) The service and execution of State civil and criminal

process and judgments

504

(xxv.) The recognition of the laws, records, and the judicial

proceedings of the States

507

(XXVI.) The people of any race other than the aboriginal race in

any State; special laws

308

(XXVII.) Immigration and emigration

509

(XXVIII.) The influx of criminals

520

(XXIX.) External afiairs ..

521

(xxx.) The relations of the Commonwealth with the islands of

the Pacific

325

(XXXI.) The acquisition of property on just terms for any pur.

pose in respect of which the Parliament has power

to make laws

526

(xxxii.) The control of railways with respect to transport for

naval and military purposes

528

(XXXIII.) The acquisition, with the consent of a State, of any

railways of the State

529

(xxxiv.) Railway construction and extension in any State with

the consent of that State

529

(XXXV.) Conciliation and arbitration for the prevention and

settlement of industrial disputes extending beyond

the limits of any one State. Proposed Amendment* 530

(XXXVI.) Matters in respect of which this Constitution makes

provision until the Parliament otherwise provides 391

(XXXVII.) Matters referred to the Parliament of the Common-

wealth by the Parliament or Parliaments of any

State or State

592

(XXXVIII.) The exercise within the Commonwealth, at the request

of the Parliaments of all the States directly concerned,

of any power which can at the establishment of this

Constitution be exercised only by the Parliament of

the United Kingdom

393

(xxxix.) Matters incidental to the execution of any principal

power

593

Proposed new sub-section XL. and section 51A.*

Sec. 52. Exclusive powers of the Parliament with respect to certain

matters

620

Sec. 53. Powers of the Houses in respect of legislation

623

Sec. 54. Appropriation Bills

629

Sec. 55. Tax Bill

629

Sec. 56. Recommendation of money votes

635

Sec. 57. Disagreement between the Houses

635

Sec. 58. Royal Assent to Bills. Recommendations by Governor-

General

641

Sec. 59. Disallowance by the Queen

612

Sec. 60. Signification of Queen's pleasure on Bills reserved

642

*See infra, p. 945.

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