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" That regulation is designed for the entire result, applying to those parts which remain as they were, as well as to those which are altered. It produces a uniform whole, which is as much disturbed and deranged by changing what the regulating power designs... "
Report of the Superintendent of Insurance of the Dominion of Canada for the ... - Page 343
by Canada. Superintendent of Insurance - 1882
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The Constitution in the Supreme Court: The First Hundred Years, 1789-1888

David P. Currie - 1992 - 504 pages
...that, as the word "to regulate" implies in its nature, full power over the thing to be regulated, it excludes, necessarily, the action of all others that...would perform the same operation on the same thing. . . . There is great force in this argument, and the court is not satisfied that it has been refuted.97...
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The Rise of Modern Judicial Review: From Constitutional Interpretation to ...

Christopher Wolfe - 1994 - 447 pages
...powers upon which the welfare of the nation essentially depends," Gibbons and the argument that the power to regulate "excludes necessarily, the action...would perform the same operation on the same thing," Cohens and the possibility that a construction would "prostrate . . . the government and laws at the...
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Constitutional Interpretation, Volume 1

Craig R. Ducat - 1996 - 1506 pages
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John Marshall: Definer of a Nation

Jean Edward Smith - 1998 - 800 pages
...appellant, that, as the word, 'to regulate', implies . . . full power over the thing to be regulated, it excludes, necessarily, the action of all others that...would perform the same operation on the same thing. ... It produces a uniform whole, which is as much disturbed and deranged by changing what the regulating...
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Federalism, the Supreme Court, and the Seventeenth Amendment: The Irony of ...

Ralph A. Rossum - 2001 - 307 pages
...not. As the word "to regulate" implies in its nature, full power over the thing to be regulated, it excludes, necessarily, the action of all others that...would perform the same operation on the same thing. That regulation is designed for the entire result, applying to those parts which remain as they were,...
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Documents of American Constitutional and Legal History: From the founding ...

Melvin I. Urofsky, Paul Finkelman - 2002 - 1065 pages
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John Marshall and the Heroic Age of the Supreme Court

R. Kent Newmyer - 2001 - 511 pages
..."that, as the word 'to regulate' implied in its nature, full power over the thing to be regulated, it excludes, necessarily, the action of all others that...would perform the same operation on the same thing." Marshall was sorely tempted, noting that "there is great force in this argument, and the court is not...
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Landmark Indian Law Cases

American Association of Law Libraries, United States. Supreme Court - 2002 - 942 pages
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Sessional Papers, Volume 9

1883
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Jahrbuch Des Offentlichen Rechts Der Gegenwart: Neue Folge

Gerhard Leibholz - 1981 - 707 pages
...that, as the word >to regulate< implies in its nature, full power over the thing to be regulated, it excludes, necessarily, the action of all others that...would perform the same operation on the same thing. That regulation 23 Gibbons v. Ogden, 17Johns. (NY) 488 (1820). 24 6 Wheat. (US) 264, 413-4(1821). ....
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