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" In the ordinary use of language, it will hardly be contended that the decisions of courts constitute laws. They are, at most, only evidence of what the laws are, and are not of themselves laws. "
Federal Decisions: Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme, Circuit and ... - Side 537
1884
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Social Reform and the Constitution

Frank Johnson Goodnow - 1911 - 365 sider
...includes within the scope of its meaning the decisions of the local tribunals. In the ordinary use of language it will hardly be contended that the decisions...constitute laws. They are, at most, only evidence of what laws are, and are not of themselves laws. They are often reexamined, reversed, and qualified by the...
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"Obscene" Literature and Constitutional Law: A Forensic Defence of Freedom ...

Theodore Schroeder - 1911 - 6 sider
...the ordinary use of language it will hardly be contended that the decisions of courts constitute law. They are, at most, only evidence of what the laws are ; and are not of themselves laws."2 ON THE REQUIREMENT OF NATURAL JUSTICE. The laws of natural justice are in the nature of things...
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"Obscene" Literature and Constitutional Law: A Forensic Defense of Freedom ...

Theodore Schroeder - 1911 - 439 sider
...underlying the following language from the Supreme Court of the United States: "In the ordinary use of language it will hardly be contended that the decisions of courts constitute law. They are, at most, only evidence of what the laws are ; and are not of themselves laws."* ON THE...
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"Obscene" Literature and Constitutional Law: A Forensic Defense of Freedom ...

Theodore Schroeder - 1911 - 439 sider
...underlying the following language from the Supreme Court of the United States: "In the ordinary use of language it will hardly be contended that the decisions of courts constitute law. They are, at most, only evidence of what the laws are ; and are not of themselves laws."2 ON THE...
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United States Circuit Courts of Appeals Reports: With Key-number Annotations ...

1917
...includes within the scope of its meaning the decisions of the local tribunals. In the ordinary use of language, it will hardly be contended that the...of a state are more usually understood to mean the rulos and enactments promuigated by the legislative authority thereof, or long-established local customs...
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Outline of the Jurisdiction and Procedure of the Federal Courts

Joseph Ragland Long - 1917 - 406 sider
...includes within the scope of its meaning the decisions of the local tribunals. In the ordinary use of language it will hardly be contended that the decisions...the courts themselves whenever they are found to be defective or ill-founded or otherwise incorrect. . . . And we have now not the slightest difficulty...
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The New York Supplement

1919
...(1842), as appears in the following quotation : "In the ordinary use of language, it will hardly he contended that the decisions of courts constitute...defective, or Ill-founded, or otherwise Incorrect." The learned justice, in writing the foregoing quotation, was considering to what extent the thirty-fourth...
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The Miscellaneous Reports: Cases Decided in the Inferior Courts ..., Volum 105

New York (State). Courts - 1919
...v. Tyson, 16 Pet. 1 (1842), as appears in the following quotation at page 18: "In the ordinary use of language it will hardly be contended that the decisions...not of themselves laws. They are often re-examined, revised and qualified by the courts themselves, whenever they are found to be either defective or ill-founded,...
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The Central Law Journal, Volum 35

1892
..."laws," as occurring in the 34th section of the judiciary act, Story, J., said: "In the ordinary use of language, it will hardly be contended that the...what the laws are, and are not of themselves laws. * * * In all the various cases which have hitherto come before us for decision, this court has uniformly...
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The Central Law Journal, Volum 11

1880
...case of Swift v. Tyson, supra, use this language: "They (meaning the decisions of the local tribunals) are, at most, only evidence of what the laws are, and are not of themselves laws;" and, as a reason for this proposition, they add : ' 'They are often re-examined, reversed and qualified...
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