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" In the memory of men now living a proposition to take private property without the consent of its owner for a public park, and to assess a proportionate part of the cost upon real estate benefited thereby, would have been regarded as a novel exercise... "
Plan of Chicago: prepared under the direction of the Commercial Club during ... - Page 140
by Commercial Club of Chicago, Daniel Hudson Burnham, Edward Herbert Bennett - 1909 - 164 pages
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The Southwestern Reporter, Volume 134

Law reports, digests, etc - 1911
...States, 147 US 282, 13 Sup. Ct. 361, 37 L. Ed. 170, the court, speaking through Mr. Justice Shiras, say: "In the memory of men now living a proposition to take private property without the consent of the owner for a public park and to assess a proportionate part of the cost upon real estate benefited...
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Harvard Law Review, Volume 20

Law reviews - 1907
...action. At the opening of his opinion in Shoemaker v. United States ' Mr. Justice Shiras remarks that " in the memory of men now living, a proposition to take private property without the 1 consent of its owner for a public park and to assess a proportionate part of the cost upon real estate...
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Annual report - The Secretary of the Interior

United States. Dept. of the Interior - Natural resources - 1900
...judicial tribunals. In Shoemaker v. United States, supra, Justice Shiras, speaking of city parks, says: "In the memory of men now living a proposition to...cost upon real estate benefited thereby, would have beeri regarded as a novel exercise of legislative power." May not this growth in the conception of...
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A treatise on the power of taxation, state and federal, in the United States

Frederick Newton Judson - Taxation - 1903 - 868 pages
...established under Act of Congress for the District of Columbia, that in the memory of men now living the proposition to take private property without the consent of its owner for a public park and assess a proportionate part of the cost upon the real estate benefited would have been regarded as...
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The Southwestern Reporter, Volume 134

Law reports, digests, etc - 1911
..."In the memory of men now living a proposition to take private property without the consent of the owner for a public park and to assess a proportionate...regarded as a novel exercise of legislative power. * » • There is now scarcely a city of any considerable size in the entire country that does not...
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Commonwealth Review, Volumes 1-2

Oregon - 1917
...in the District of Columbia and assessing part of the cost upon the property especially benefited, said : "In the memory of men now living, a proposition...regarded as a novel exercise of legislative power." And, in the case of Attorney General v. Williams, 174 Mass. 476, the Supreme Court of Massachusetts,...
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American City Progress and The Law

Howard Lee McBain - Municipal government - 1918 - 269 pages
...V parks. 1 The point as to the public purpose of a park was not at issue in the case, but the court said: In the memory of men now living, a proposition...proportionate part of the cost upon real estate benefited ; _ thereby, would have been regarded as a novel exercise of legislative] ; •• •/ power. It is...
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Report of the Department of the Interior ... [with Accompanying ..., Part 3

United States. Dept. of the Interior - 1900
...judicial tribunals. In Shoemaker ». United States, supra, Justice Sliiras, speaking of city parks, says: "In the memory of men now living a proposition to...regarded as a novel exercise of legislative power." May not this growth in the conception of governmental powers extend to national parks? The bill proposed...
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United States Supreme Court Reports, Volume 37

United States. Supreme Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1894
...As»ov liceeher, 53 Conn. 551, 552. 297] «Л/г. Juttice Shiras delivered the opinion of the court: In the memory of men now living, a proposition to...without the consent of its owner, for a public park, anil to assess a proportionate part of the cost upon real estate benetited thereby, would have been...
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Cases Determined by the St. Louis, Kansas City and Springfield ..., Volume 153

Missouri. Courts of Appeals - Law reports, digests, etc - 1911
...boulevards." In Shoemaker v. United States, 147 US 282, the court, speaking through Mr. Justice SHIRAS say: "In the memory of men now living, a proposition to take private property without the consent of the owner for a public park and to assess a proportionate part of the cost upon real estate benefited...
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