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" Congress may restrain by suitable enactments the circulation as money of any notes not issued under its own authority. Without this power, indeed, its attempts to secure a sound and uniform currency for the country must be futile. "
Practice Reports in the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals - Page 160
by Nathan Howard, New York (State). Supreme Court - 1870
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Political Science Quarterly

Political science - 1903
...appropriate legislation. Viewed in this light, as 1 Article I, 8, 1. * Article I, 9, 4. "8 Wall. 533. well as in the other light of a duty on contracts...constitutionality of the tax under consideration. The case just considered, decided in 1869, was affirmed in National Bank v. United States,1 ten years later....
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Vital American Problems: An Attempt to Solve the Trust, Labor, and Negro ...

Harry Earl Montgomery - African Americans - 1908 - 384 pages
...Congress may, constitutionally, secure the benefit of it to the people by appropriate legislation. Viewed in this light, as well as in the other light...cannot doubt the constitutionality of the tax under consideration."1 The Supreme Court ifl National Bank flJnitecL States> said with regard to the tax...
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The Constitutional Law of the United States, Volume 2

Westel Woodbury Willoughby - Constitutional law - 1910
...as money of any notes not issued under its own authority. Without this power, indeed, its attempts to secure a sound and uniform currency for the country...constitutionality of the tax under consideration." In the so-called Head Money Cases — Edye v. Robertson8 — was contested an act of Congress of 1882...
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The Laws of the State of New York Relating to Banks, Banking, Trust ...

Willis Seaver Paine - Banking law - 1910 - 811 pages
...circulation as monęy any notes not issued under its authority. Without this power, indeed, its attempts to secure a sound and uniform currency for the country must be futile' (p. 549, 19 L. ed. 488). " The tax thus laid is not on the obligation, but on its use in a particular...
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Banking Reform

James Laurence Laughlin - Banks and banking - 1912 - 428 pages
...as money of any notes not issued under its own authority. Without this power, Indeed, its attempts to secure a sound and uniform currency for the country must be futile." 8 Wall., 648-49. In Hepburn v. Griswold, 8 Wall. 603 (1870), the majority of the court said : "Let...
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A Selection of Cases on Constitutional Law, Book 2

Eugene Wambaugh - Constitutional law - 1915 - 1068 pages
...power, indeed, its attempts to secure a sound and (/uniform currency tor the country lliUBt EeTTutile. Viewed in this light, as well as in the other light...Maine must, therefore, be answered Affirmatively. NELSON, J., with whom concurred DAVIS, J., dissenting. . . . STATE TONNAGE TAX CASES. SUPREME COURT...
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Selected Cases in Constitutional Law

Harold Edgar Barnes, Byron Albert Milner - Constitutional law - 1915 - 363 pages
...as money of any notes not issued under its own authority. Without this power, indeed, its attempts to secure a sound and uniform currency for the country must be futile." 8 Wall. 549; 101 US, 6. * * * * It appears to us to follow, as a logical and necessary consequence,...
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Food Production, Conservation, and Distribution: Hearings Before the ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture - Food prices - 1917 - 538 pages
...as money of any notes not issued under its own authority. Without this power, indeed , its attempts to secure a sound and uniform currency for the country must be futile." EXTENT OP THE WAB POWERS. The Constitution expressly grants to the Congress the powers to declare war,...
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Food Production, Conservation, and Distribution: Hearings Before the ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture - Food prices - 1917 - 538 pages
...as money of any notes not issued under its own authority. Without this power, indeed, its attempts to secure a sound and uniform currency for the country must be futile.'1 EXTENT OF THE WAR POWERS. The Constitution expressly grants to the Congress the powers to...
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The Supreme Court in United States History, Volume 3

Charles Warren - Law - 1922
...tax was not a direct tax ; and stated that without this power of taxation, the Government's "attempts to secure a sound and uniform currency for the country must be futile. " That the tax was so excessive as to indicate a purpose on the part of Congress to destroy the franchise...
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