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" Those already fixed expenditures based by the Constitution upon the powers appertaining to the Emperor, and such expenditures as may have arisen by the effect of law, or that appertain to the legal obligations of the Government, shall be neither rejected... "
Proceedings of the Academy of Political Science in the City of New York - Page 346
1916
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The Constitution of Japan: With the Laws Pertaining Thereto, and the ...

Japan - Constitutional law - 1889 - 22 pages
...may have arisen by thetflfct of law, or that appertain to the legal obligations of the Government, shall be neither rejected nor reduced by the Imperial...without the concurrence of the Government. ARTICLE LXVIII. — In order to meet special requirements, the Government may ask the consent of the Imperial...
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Commentaries on the Constitution of the Empire of Japan

伊藤博文, Hirobumi Itō - Constitutional history - 1889 - 259 pages
...may have arisen by the effect of law, or that appertain to the legal obligations of the Government, shall be neither rejected nor reduced by the Imperial Diet, without the concurrence of the Government. " Already fixed expenditures based by the Constitution upon the powers appertaining to the Emperor"...
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The Convention Manual of Procedure, Forms and Rules for the Regulation of ...

New York (State). Constitutional Convention - Constitutional conventions - 1894
...may have arisen by the effect of a law, or that appertain to the legal obligations of the government, shall be neither rejected nor reduced by the Imperial Diet, without the concurrence of the government. Art. 68. In order to meet special requirements, the government may ask the consent of the Imperial...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 207

1895
...may have arisen by the effect of law, or that appertain to the legal obligations of the government, shall be neither rejected nor reduced by the Imperial Diet, without the concurrence of the government. The import of this Just amounts to the fact that the Diet has no power to deal with about three-fourths...
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Japan by the Japanese: A Survey by Its Highest Authorities

Alfred Stead - Industries - 1904 - 697 pages
...may have arisen by the effect of law, or that appertain to the legal obligations of the Government, shall be neither rejected nor reduced by the Imperial...without the concurrence of the Government. ARTICLE LXVIII. — In order to meet special requirements, the Government may ask the consent of the Imperial...
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the story of the japanese people especially of their educatonal development

james a. b scerer - 1905
...have arisen by the effect of the law, or that appertain to the legal obligations of the Government, shall be neither rejected nor reduced by the Imperial...without the concurrence of the Government. ARTICLE LXVIII. In order to meet special requirements, the Government may ask the consent of the Imperial Diet...
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The Coming Struggle in Eastern Asia

Bertram Lenox Putnam Weale - Eastern question (Far East) - 1908 - 656 pages
...may have arisen by the effect of law, or that appertain to the legal obligations of the Government, shall be neither rejected nor reduced by the Imperial...without the concurrence of the Government. Article 68. In order to meet special requirements, the Government may ask the consent of the Imperial Diet...
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More Japonico: A Critique of the Effect of an Idea--communityism--on the ...

James Seguin De Benneville - Civilization, Oriental - 1908 - 592 pages
...may have arisen by the effect of law, or that appertain to the legal obligations of the Government, shall be neither rejected nor reduced by the Imperial...without the concurrence of the Government. Article LXX. — When the Imperial Diet, cannot be convoked, owing to the external or internal condition of...
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The Coming Struggle in Eastern Asia

B. L. Putnam Weale - Asia, Central - 1908 - 656 pages
...may have arisen by the effect of law, or that appertain to the legal obligations of the Government, shall be neither rejected nor reduced by the Imperial...without the concurrence of the Government. Article 68. In order to meet special requirements, the Government may ask the consent of the Imperial Diet...
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More Japonico: A Critique of the Effect of an Idea--communityism--on the ...

James Seguin De Benneville - Civilization, Oriental - 1908 - 592 pages
...have arisen by the effect of law, or that appertain to the legal obligations of the Government, ehall be neither rejected nor reduced by the Imperial Diet,...without the concurrence of the Government. Article LXX.—When the Imperial Diet, cannot be convoked, owing to the external or internal condition of the...
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