Regulating the Use of the Mails with Respect to Insurance Contracts. Hearing Before a Subcommittee...on H.R. 6452...Mar. 13 - Apr. 3, 1935

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Side 198 - ... 85 per centum or more of the income consists of amounts collected from members for the sole purpose of making such payments and meeting expenses; (D) Service performed in the employ of a voluntary employees...
Side 216 - The grant of power to Congress over the subject of interstate commerce was to enable it to regulate such commerce, and not to give it authority to control the States in their exercise of the police power over local trade and manufacture.
Side 214 - The business of insurance is not commerce. The contract of insurance is not an instrumentality of commerce. The making of such a contract is a mere incident of commercial intercourse, and in this respect there is no difference whatever between insurance against fire and insurance against
Side 216 - The maintenance of the authority of the States over matters purely local is as essential to the preservation of our institutions as is the conservation of the supremacy of the federal power in all matters entrusted to the Nation by the Federal Constitution.
Side 216 - In our view the necessary effect of this act is, by means of a prohibition against the movement in interstate commerce of ordinary commercial commodities, to regulate the hours of labor of children in factories and mines within the States, a purely state authority.
Side 30 - I am taking the liberty of sending a copy of this letter to the other members of your committee.
Side 118 - Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads, House of Representatives...
Side 214 - ... existence and value independent of the parties to them. They are not commodities to be shipped or forwarded from one state to another, and then put up for sale. They are like other personal contracts between parties which are completed by their signature and the transfer of the consideration. Such contracts are not interstate transactions, though the parties may be domiciled in different states.
Side 216 - To sustain this statute would not be in our judgment a recognition of the lawful exertion of congressional authority over interstate commerce, but would sanction an invasion by the federal power of the control of a matter purely local in its character, and over which no authority has been delegated to Congress in conferring the power to regulate commerce among the States.
Side 218 - Whoever, having devised or intending to devise any scheme or artifice to defraud, or for obtaining money or property by means of false or fraudulent pretenses, representations, or promises...

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