101 adjectives to describe statute

R109772, 3Apr53, Vernon Law Book Co. (PWH) Vernon's annotated Revised civil statutes of the State of Texas, v. 1-7. Revision of 1925.

Cumulative quarterly statute service to Jan. 1, 1926.

R105353, 5Jan53, Vernon Law Book Co. (PWH) Vernon's annotated Revised civil and criminal statutes of the State of Texas.

Cumulative quarterly statute service to Jan. 1, 1926.

And by this principle the penal statutes, instead of extirpating, inflamed the evil.

But in every instance the Service has been fortified either by express statutes, or by decisions of the Supreme Court and other courts, of the Secretary of the Interior, of the Comptroller, or the Attorney-General, or by general principles of law which are beyond dispute.

The true justification for the American anti-monopoly statutes, including the Sherman anti-trust law, lies not so much in the realm of economics as in that of morals.

[Footnote A: The following statute is now in force in the state of Illinois"No negro, mulatto, or Indian, shall at any time purchase any servant other than of their own complexion: and if any of the persons aforesaid shall presume to purchase a white servant, such servant shall immediately become free, and shall be so held, deemed, and taken.

U. S. COMPILED STATUTES; cumulative 1923 supplement.

We have excellent laws enacted, you will say, severe statutes, houses of correction, &c., to small purpose it seems; it is not houses will serve, but cities of correction; [570]our trades generally ought to be reformed, wants supplied.

There is, of course, a tendency to raise the limit, involving frequent constitutional amendment, or, in Massachusetts, for instance, where the limitation is put on only by statutes, by later statutes authorizing the borrowing outside of the debt limit; for it should be said that such limitations do usually apply both to the appropriations and to the funded indebtedness incurred.

Nevertheless, some of the newer State anti-trust statutes prescribe it so definitely that it may be treated as a modern invention.

Tennessee the same year (Tennessee, 1899, 250) in its elaborate statute, which is a fairly good definition of the law, also denounces throwing goods on the market for the purpose of creating an undue depression, whatever that may mean.

"We have strict statutes, and most biting laws, Which for this nineteen years we have let sleep.

Our ancestors never would have suffered such matters to be adjudged by the Chancellor! South Dakota has an extraordinary statute making the agents for agricultural implements, etc., guilty of a criminal offence when their principals refuse to sell at wholesale prices to dealers in the State (S.D., 1890, 154, 2).

These good men, while they counseled caution in accepting testimony, humbly recommended the government to the speedy and vigorous prosecution of such as "had rendered themselves obnoxious by infringing the wholesome statutes of the English Nation for the detection of witchcraft."

A letter from Mr. Harker, of the Jamaica Royal Gazette, about a fortnight since, addressed to Mr. Abbott, shows what absolute and cruel statutes they would wish either to act upon, or to make the models of new laws.

In divorce matters New York, in 1890, adopted the very intelligent statute requiring courts to allow a person charged as corespondent in a divorce case to make defence.

"Bloody" statute against heretics, 1539.

1936; covering all the laws of the State of Texas of a general and permanent nature in force January 1936 as contained in the Revised civil and criminal statutes of the 1925 and subsequent session laws.

The Statute of Mortmain, aimed at the holding of land in large quantities by religious corporations, was a true constructive statute, and the principle it establishes has grown ever since.

Colonial statutes had indeed been passed, but they were a dead letter; since, however ill they were treated, they were not considered as having a right to redress.

" We turn to the free States, in which no institution requires, that the light of the glorious gospel of Christ should be prevented from shining on any portion of the population, and inquire how far prejudice here supplies the place of southern statutes.

And, though the public should justly estimate the labor bestowed on the facts which are stated, they cannot estimate the greater labor involved on those which are omittedhow many pages have been readhow many works examinedwhat numerous statutes, resolutions, speeches, letters, and biographies have been looked through.

For many years no especial statutes were enacted, nor any definite rules laid down for the treatment of pilgrims, till the see devolved to the jurisdiction of Stratford, who, in 15th Edward III.

101 adjectives to describe  statute