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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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Cases Argued and Decided in the Supreme Court of the United States ..., Book 28

United States. Supreme Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1886
...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." Rank v. Fenno [supra]; Bank v. US By the Constitution of the United States, the several States are...
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To Eliminate Unsound Competition for Savings and Time Deposits: Hearings ...

United States Congress. House. Banking and Currency Committee - 1966 - 803 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." 75 US 548-549. Commenting on the statute designed to force the withdrawal of State bank notes from...
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The Constitution in the Supreme Court: The First Hundred Years, 1789-1888

David P. Currie - Law - 1992 - 504 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."239 All of this seems more than a little glib and was certainly generous in its interpretation...
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The Supreme Court in and of the Stream of Power

Kermit L. Hall - Law - 2000 - 376 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."*44 All of this seems more than a little glib and was certainly gen eroua in its interpretation...
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A Legal History of Money in the United States, 1774-1970

James Willard Hurst - Business & Economics - 2001 - 367 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." 208 The policy intention of the 1865 tax was broader than a ban on state bank notes as such. Though...
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The Chase Court : Justices, Rulings, and Legacy

Jonathan Lurie, Salmon Portland Chase - History - 2004 - 247 pages
...responsibility of the federal government. "Without this power," Chase concluded, "indeed, its attempts to secure a sound and uniform currency for the country must be futile." Collector v. Day (1871) In 1871, as it entered its final phase under Chase's leadership, the High Court...
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Summaries of Leading Cases on the Constitution

Joseph Francis Menez, John R. Vile - Law - 2004 - 627 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." Collector v. Day (Buffington v. Day), 11 Wallace (78 US) 113; 20 L. Ed. 122 (1871) Facts — Judge...
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