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" The question in each case is whether the legislature has adopted the statute in exercise of a reasonable discretion, or whether its action be a mere excuse for an unjust discrimination, or the oppression, or spoliation of a particular class. "
Getting a Living: The Problem of Wealth and Poverty--of Profits, Wages and ... - Page 437
by George Lewis Bolen - 1903 - 769 pages
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The Foundations of Social Science: An Analysis of Their Psychological Aspects

James Mickel Williams - 1920 - 518 pages
...self-interest is often an unsafe guide, and the legislature may promptly interpose its authority." 14 " The question in each case is whether the legislature...oppression, or spoliation of a particular class." 15 By a reasonable discretion is not meant what appears reasonable to " the common understanding,"...
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The Law in Business Problems: Cases and Other Materials for the Study of ...

Lincoln Frederick Schaub, Nathan Isaacs - 1921 - 872 pages
...self-interest is often an unsafe guide, and the legislature may properly interpose its authority' (p. 397). 'The question in each case is whether the legislature...the oppression, or spoliation of a particular class' (p. 398). 1899 Re Morgan, 26 Colo. 415. The opinion of the United States Supreme Court in Holden v....
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American law reports annotated, Volume 12

1921 - 1636 pages
...discretion by the legislature really within proper bounds, or whether the reliance upon the police power is a mere excuse for an unjust discrimination or the oppression or spoliation of a particular class. The same judge also said: "The classification of corporations and individuals engaged in mining coal...
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The Federal Reporter, Volume 198

1913 - 1148 pages
...said by Mr. Justice Brown in Holden v. Hardy, 169 US 366-398, 18 Sup. Ct. 383, 390 (42 L. Ed. 780) : "The question In each case is whether the Legislature...the oppression or spoliation of a particular class." [1] Now, the evidence in this case does not show that the council, in repealing the districting ordinance,...
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The Federal Reporter, Volume 164

1909 - 1062 pages
...366, 398, 18 Sup. Ct. 383, 390, 42 L. Ed. 780, the same Justice, again speaking for the court, said: 'The question in each case is, whether the Legislature...the oppression or spoliation of a particular class.' " The learned justice then quotes with approval from the opinion of the Supreme Court of California,...
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Protective Labor Legislation: With Special Reference to Women in the State ...

Elizabeth Faulkner Baker - 1925 - 480 pages
...the individual health, safety and welfare are sacrificed or neglected, the State must suffer." . . . The question in each case is whether the legislature...discrimination, or the oppression, or spoliation of a particular class.1 V This was not considered to be true of the case in point. 'Holden v. Hardy, 169 US 366 (1898)....
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The Federal Reporter, Volume 88

1898 - 1020 pages
...foreign corporations. "The question in each case," saya Mr. Justice Brown in Holden v. Hardy, supra, "is whether the legislature has adopted the statute...the oppression or spoliation of a particular class." When asked what public policy was at the back of the legislation of 1891 forbidding foreign corporations...
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The Government and Labor

Albert Russell Ellingwood, Whitney Coombs - 1926 - 670 pages
...employees, and there are reasonable grounds for believing that such determination is supported by the facts. The question in each case is whether the legislature...the oppression, or spoliation of a particular class We are of opinion that the act in question was a valid exercise of the police power of the state, and...
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The Government and Labor

Albert Russell Ellingwood, Whitney Coombs - 1926 - 672 pages
...whether the legislature has adopted the statute in exercise of a reasonable discretion, or whether hs action be a mere excuse for an unjust discrimination,...the oppression, or spoliation of a particular class We are of opinion that the act in question was a valid exercise of the police power of the state, and...
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The Central Law Journal, Volume 46

1898 - 564 pages
...employees, and there are reasonable grounds for believing that such determination is supported by the facts. The question in each case is whether the legislature...the oppression or spoliation of a particular class. The distinction between these two different classes of enactments cannot be belter stated than by a...
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