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" Every intendment is in favor of the validity of statutes, and no motive, purpose, or intent can be imputed to the legislature, in the enactment of a law, other than such as are apparent upon the face, and to be gathered from the terms, of the law itself. "
Public health reports (1881). v. 38 pt. 1 no. 1-26, 1923 - Side 100
1923
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Annual Reports ... 1895-1906: Racing Laws ... and Rules of Racing. 1907

New York (State). State Racing Commission - 1907 - 443 sider
...or propriety of legislative action in matters within thrs power of the legislature. Every intendment is in favor of the validity of statutes; and no motive,...to be gathered from the terms of the law itself." As was said by DEXIO, ('It. •/.: "Tho courts cannot impute to the legislature any other than public...
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Reports of Selected Cases Decided in Courts of the State of New ..., Volum 59

New York (State). Courts, Francis Blaine Delehanty (Reporter), Austin B. Griffin (Reporter), Robert George Scherer (Reporter), Edward Jordan Dimock (Reporter), Joseph Albert Lawson (Reporter), Charles Cook Lester (Reporter), William Van Rensselaer Erving (Reporter), Louis J. Rezzemini (Reporter) - 1908
...by Allen, J., in People ex rel. Bolton v. Albertson, 55 NY 50, that " no motive, purpose or interest can be imputed to the Legislature, in the enactment of a law, other than such as is apparent upon its face and to be gathered from the terms of the law itself." Having these general...
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The New York Supplement

1908
...was aptly said by Allen, J., in People v. Albertson, 55 NY 50, that: "No motive, purpose, or interest can be Imputed to the Legislature, In the enactment of a law, other than such as Is apparent uiwn Its face and to be gathered from the terms of the law itself." Having these general...
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Journal of Social Science, Volumer 35-37

1897
...legislature had sole reference to that. It was well said by Allen, J., in People v. Albertson (55 NY 50) that no motive, purpose, or intent can be imputed to the...and to be gathered from the terms of the law itself. Another learned judge of this court has said : — We are not made judges of the motives of the legislature,...
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The Northeastern Reporter, Volum 46

1897
...or propriety of legislative action in matters within the power of the legislature. Every intendment is in favor of the validity of statutes, and no motive,...to be gathered from the terms, of the law itself." As was said by Denio, CJ: "The courts cannot impute to the legislature any other than public motives...
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Cases Argued and Decided in the Supreme Court of Mississippi ..., Volum 124

Mississippi. Supreme Court - 1921
...and meaning of the legislature must primarily be determined from the language of the statute itself. No motive, purpose or intent can be imputed to the...and to be gathered from the terms of the law itself. 25 RC L., pages 961, and 962, section 217, and cases cited in the notes. Ea-pressio iinius, cst excJusio...
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The Northeastern Reporter, Volum 45

1897
...principle contained in this. Not only is every intendment in favor of the validity of statutes, but no motive, purpose, or intent can be imputed to the...law other than such as are apparent upon the face of and gathered from the law itself. People v. Albertson, 55 NY 5-4. Moreover, if the purpose which...
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