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COMPARATIVE

been recognized, all the rest follows as a matter of constitutional practice.
Lastly, the procedure in these legislative bodies follows very closely the procedure in the parliament at Westminster. The instrument of constitution always contains a provision that the procedure of the legislature is, in the absence of specific direction, to be in accordance with parliamentary procedure at Westminster, and the standing orders of the dominion and colonial legislatures have drawn largely from the classic pages of May's Parliamentary Procedure, sometimes reproducing forms and ceremonies which have become obsolete in England.
So much for the main points of agreement between the parliamentary government of the United Kingdom and the parliamentary government of the British dominions. The points of differences which may be noted are also three. In all the dominions the powers of the legislature are limited; in most of them the form of government is federal; in all of them the spirit of the government is more democratic.
The parliament of the United Kingdom is, as has been seen, supreme. Cases might, perhaps, be imagined in which the validity of an Act of Parliament could be questioned in a court of law, but such cases do not occur. The powers of a dominion legislature are limited in various ways, and the validity of its enactments is liable to be questioned,

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