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" While the courts must exercise a judgment of their own, it by no means is true that every law is void which may seem to the judges who pass upon it excessive, unsuited to its ostensible end, or based upon conceptions of morality with which they disagree. "
Agricultural Emergency Act to Increase Farm Purchasing Power: Hearings ... - Page 241
by United States. Congress. Senate. Agriculture and Forestry Committee - 1933 - 351 pages
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The Federal Reporter: Cases Argued and Determined in the ..., Volumes 157-158

Law reports, digests, etc - 1908
...Steele, 152 US 133, 137, 14 Sup. Ct. 499, 38 L. Ed. 385. But general propositions do not carry us far. While the courts must exercise a judgment of their...may seem to the judges who pass upon it excessive, unsulted to its ostensible end, or based upon conceptions of morality with which they disagree. Considerable...
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Atlantic Reporter, Volume 107

Law reports, digests, etc - 1920
...essence of constitutional law, but its recognition does not determine supremacy in any given instance. 'While the courts must exercise a judgment of their own, It by no means (107 A.) is true that every law Is void which may seem to the judges who pass upon it excessive, unsuited...
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Atlantic Reporter, Volume 65

Law reports, digests, etc - 1907
...(Lawton v. Steele. 152 US 133, 14 Sup. Ct. 499. 38 L. Ed. 385) ; that every such law Is not to be held void "which may seem to the judges who pass upon It excessive or unsulted to Its ostensible end, or based upon conceptions of morality with which they disagree"...
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Harvard Law Review, Volume 29

Electronic journals - 1916
...ultimate guardians of the liberties and welfare of the people in quite as great a degree as the courts." 4 "While the courts must exercise a judgment of their...the judges who pass upon it excessive, unsuited to its ostensible end, or based upon conceptions of morality with which they disagree. Considerable latitude...
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Harvard Law Review, Volume 27

Electronic journals - 1914
...true that every law is void which may seem to the judges who pass upon it excessive, unsuited to its ostensible end, or based upon conceptions of morality with which they disagree." In the case of Holden -a. Hardy 27 the court, in discussing the question whether or not a state law...
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United States Reports: Cases Adjudged in the Supreme Court at ..., Volume 187

United States. Supreme Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1903
...123 US 623, 661 ; Lmoion v. Steele, 152 US 133, 137. But general propositions do not carry us far. While the courts must exercise a judgment of their...the judges who pass upon it excessive, unsuited to its ostensible end, or based upon conceptions of morality with which they disagree. Considerable latiOpinion...
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United States Supreme Court Reports, Volume 47; Volumes 187-190

United States. Supreme Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1903
...US 133, 137, 38 L. ed. 385, 388, 14 Sup. Ct. Rep. 499. But general propositions do not carry us far. While the courts must exercise a judgment of their...the judges who pass upon it excessive, unsuited to its ostensible end, or based upon conceptions of morality with which they disagree. Considerable latitude...
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Supreme Court Reporter, Volume 23

Law reports, digests, etc - 1903
...133, 1.47, 33 L. ed. :!S5. 388. 14 Sun. Ct. Rep. 499. But general propositions do rot carry us far. While the courts must exercise a judgment of their...void which may seem to the judges who pass upon it exc cessive, unsuited to its ostensible end, or based upon conceptions of morality with • which...
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The American and English Railroad Cases: A Collection of All Cases ...

Railroad law - 1906
...individual. As was said by Mr. Justice Holmes in Otis v. Parker, 187 US 606, 23 Sup. Ct. 168, 47 L. Ed. 323: "While the courts must exercise a judgment of their...the judges who pass upon it excessive, unsuited to its ostensible end, or based upon conceptions of mortality with which they disagree. Considerable latitude...
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The Pacific Reporter, Volume 101

Law reports, digests, etc - 1909
...courts. Mngler v. Kansas, supra; Lawton v. Steel, 152 US 133. 14 propositions do not carry us far. While the courts must exercise a judgment of their...may seem to the judges who pass upon it excessive, imsuited to its ostensible end, or based upon conceptions of morality with which they disagree. Considerable...
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