In recent legislation it has become fairly common to incorporate so-called "saving" clauses or sections. In effect, these usually state with variations in phraseology, that the adjudication of invalidity of any part of the act shall not affect the validity of the balance or any of the remaining parts of the act and, in some instances in addition, that notwithstanding a portion of the act is declared objectionable, the legislature would have passed the residue of the statute or any of its parts or that the remaining portions or any part thereof shall be enforced without reference to that invalidated.