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Journal Article

Judicial Interpretation of the Constitution Act of the Commonwealth of Australia

Charles Grove Haines
Harvard Law Review
Vol. 30, No. 6 (Apr., 1917), pp. 595-618
DOI: 10.2307/1326992
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1326992
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Notes and References

This item contains 69 references.

[Footnotes]
  • 1
    Professor A. V. Dicey, "Federal Government," 1L. QUART. REV.80.
  • 2
    "Judicial Review of Legislation in Canada," 28HARV. L. REV.565.
  • 3
    WISE, THE MAKING OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA, 74-76.
  • 4
    MOORE, COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA, 2 ed., 68-71.
  • 5
    Ibid., 94, 96, 97.
  • 6
    QUICK & GARRAN, CON- STITUTION OF THE AUSTRALIAN COMMONWEALTH, 720-22.
  • 7
    MOORE, 96.
  • 8
    Field v. Clark, 143 U. S. 649 (1891).
  • 9
    MOORE, 99-101.
  • 10
    QUICK & GARRAN, especially pp. 242, 247, 724, 735, 748-50.
  • 11
    1 C. L. R. 91 (1904).
  • 12
    Ibid., 113.
  • 13
    1 C. L. R. 91.
  • 14
    This reference contains 6 citations:
    • Ibid., 112
    • Municipal Council of Sydney v. Commonwealth of Australia
    • McCulloch v. Maryland
    • 1 C. L. R. 208, 239 (1904)
    • Jumbunna Coal Mine v. Victorian Coal Miners' Association
    • 6 C. L. R. 309 (1908).
  • 15
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • QUICK & GARRAN, 725
    • CLARK, AUSTRALIAN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, 2 ed., 6
  • 16
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • In re The Income Tax Acts (No. 4), 28 V. L. R. 357 (1902).
    • MOORE, Part VII, Chap. 3
  • 17
    28 V. L. R. 384.
  • 18
    Ibid., 381.
  • 19
    Deakin v. Webb, 1 C. L. R. 585 (1904).
  • 20
    1 C. L. R. 604, 606.
  • 21
    1 C. L. R. 621, 622.
  • 22
    12 A. C. 575 (1887).
  • 23
    1 C. L. R. 622.
  • 24
    1 C. L. R. 631.
  • 25
    [1907] A. C. 81.
  • 26
    Ibid., 81.
  • 27
    [1907] A. C. 88, 89.
  • 28
    Ibid., 91.
  • 29
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Baxter v. Commissioners of Taxation, 4 C. L. R. 1087 (1907).
    • Common- wealth v. State of New South Wales, 3 C. L. R. 807 (1906)
  • 30
    4 C. L. R. 1100.
  • 31
    4 C. L. R. 1102 et passim.
  • 32
    [1908] A. C. 214.
  • 33
    Chaplin v. Commissioner of Taxes for South Australia, 12 C. L. R. 375 (1911).
  • 34
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Keith, "Legal Interpretation of the Constitution of the Commonwealth," 12 J. SOC. OF COMPARATIVE LEGISLATION (N. S.) 120.
    • 2KEITH, RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT IN THE DOMINIONS, 821-37.
  • 35
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • 4 C. L. R. 488 (1906)
    • Attorney-General for New South Wales v. Collector of Customs, 5 C. L. R. 818 (1908).
    • King v. Sutton, 5 C. L. R. 789 (1908)
  • 36
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Bruce v. Commonwealth Trade Marks Label Association, 4 C. L. R. 1569 (1907).
    • Attorney-General for New South Wales v. Brewery Employ6s Union of New South Wales, 6 C. L. R. 469 (1908).
  • 37
    6 C. L. R. 41, 67 (1908).
  • 38
    The Federated Amalgamated Government Railway and Tramway Service Association v. New South Wales Railway Traffic Employes Association, 4 C. L. R. 488 (1906).
  • 39
    Attorney-General for New South Wales v. Brewery Employ6s Union, 6 C. L. R. 469, 491 (1908).
  • 40
    Ibid., 500.
  • 41
    6 C. L. R. 559.
  • 42
    Ibid., 590.
  • 43
    Fox v. Robbins, 8 C. L. R. 115 (1909).
  • 44
    Huddart Parker & Co., Ltd. v. Moorehead, 8 C. L. R. 331 (1909).
  • 45
    Australian Boot Trade Employes Federation v. Whybrow & Co., 10 C. L. R 266 and 11 C. L. R. 311 (1910).
  • 46
    Commonwealth v. Progress Advertising and Press Agency Co., Ltd., 10 C. L. R. 457 (1910).
  • 47
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Attorney-General for Commonwealth of Australia v. Colonial Sugar Refining Co., Ltd., 17 C. L. R. 644 (1913).
    • W. J. Brown, "The Nature of a Federal Commonwealth," 30L. QUART. REV. 301.
  • 48
    Waterhouse v. Deputy Federal Commissioner of Land Tax, 17 C. L. R. 665 (1914).
  • 49
    The Tramways Case, 18 C. L. R. 54 (1914).
  • 50
    In re Dill, I W. & W. (L.) 171, 187 (1862).
  • 51
    Regina v. Draper, 1 Vict. (L.) 118 (1870).
  • 52
    1 W. & W. (L.) 171 (1862).
  • 53
    Ibid., 187, 190.
  • 54
    Legge 1406, 1416 (1861).
  • 55
    7 N. S. Wales L. R. 328 (1886).
  • 56
    Ex parte Goldring, 3 N. S. Wales 260, 264 (1903).
  • 57
    Ex parte Leahy, 4 N. S. Wales 401, 425 (1904).
  • 58
    7 N. S. Wales 126 (1907).
  • 59
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Ibid., 133
    • 7 N. S. Wales 451.
  • 60
    See v. Australian Agricultural Company, 10 N. S. Wales 690 (1910).
  • 61
    Allen v. Foskett, etc., 14 N. S. Wales S. C. R. 456 (1876).
  • 62
    Rex v. Smithers, 16 C. L. R. 99 (1912).
  • 63
    MOORE, 66, 67.
  • 64
    Lefroy, "The Commonwealth of Australia Bill," 15L. QUART. REV.156.
  • 65
    CLARK, 5.
  • 66
    MOORE, 64
  • 67
    MOORE, 314-15
  • 68
    F. L. Stow, "Federal and State Constitutional Domains," 5 COMMONWEALTH L. REV. 10 .
  • 69
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Sir C. Ilbert, 12J. SOC. OF COMPARATIVE LEGISLA- TION (N. S.) 30.
    • Lefroy, 15L. QUART. REV.162-63.