The contents of the display includes the empowering Statute, the Regulations, some case law, and many newspaper clippings.
|You are welcome to browse through the items on the table, and the shelf adjacent.|
You will discover (we hope!):
- The speed at which Orders in Council were Gazetted, and the tardiness of their repeals. For example the Act to exclude aliens from teaching was only repealed in 1927.
- The judgment of Stout, C.J. (yes, that Stout) with regard to the illegal exportation of Cheese. Was it ultra vires?
- The Norwegian woman’s penalty for her ‘disloyal utterances’, and
- The 'interesting point' of whether a man born in NZ, of German heritage can be admitted to the Bar.
|An Act to prohibit the Employment of Alien Enemies as Teachers, 1915|