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and often is questioned, in courts of law. It cannot make laws in conflict with anv Act of Parliament the operation of which extends to the dominion, but such Acts are not numerous. It derives its powers from a written constitution and cannot exceed the powers thus conferred on it. Where the constitution is federal, the powers of the central legislature and of the local legislatures are limited in relation to each other. And lastly, the power of disallowing enactments when passed, a power corresponding to the veto formerly exercised by the king in England, is still exercised on behalf of the king in the case of enaetments passed in British dominions beyond the seas. It used at one time to be very freely exercised, but its exercise is now very rare, and, as a rule, occurs only in cases where the legislature has clearly exceeded its powers or where the subject of legislation is a matter of imperial, as distinguished from local, concern.
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