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" The conclusion to be deduced from the authorities is that where power is given to public officers, in the language of the Act before us, or in equivalent language, whenever the public interest or individual rights call for its exe'rcise, the language... "
Southern Reporter - Page 271
1922
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Evangelical Christendom, Volume 33

Christian union - 1879
...where power is given to public officers — whenever the public interest or individual right calls for its exercise — the language used, though permissive in form, is in fact peremptory." In the present case the power is given to the bishop for public purposes, and as a remedy for evils...
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Statute Law: The Principles which Govern the Construction and Operation of ...

Edward Wilberforce - Government paperwork - 1881 - 413 pages
...officers in the language of the Act before ns, or in equivalent language, wherever the public interest or individual rights call for its exercise, the language used, though permissive in form, is in effect peremptory. What they are empowered to do for a third person the law requires shall be done....
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Atlantic Reporter, Volume 15

Law reports, digests, etc - 1889
...officials in the language of the act before us, or in equivalent language, whenever the public interest or individual rights call for its exercise, the language...though permissive in form, is in fact peremptory." "This rule is the settled law of both countries." The rule thus laid down has found application in...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d ...

United States Congress House - United States
...individual rights call for its exercise — the. language used, though permissive in form, is in faet peremptory. What they are empowered to do for a third person the law requires shall be done. * * "In all such eases it is held that the intent of the legislature, which is the test, was not...
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The Southwestern Reporter, Volume 202

Law reports, digests, etc - 1918
...ollicers, in the language of the acts before us, or in equivalent language, whenever the public interest or individual rights call for its exercise, the language...power is given, not for their benefit, but for his." To the same effect is Gallup v. Smith, 59 Conn. 354, 22 Atl. 334, 12 LRA 355, and 22 Cyc. 590. We are...
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The Southwestern Reporter, Volume 17

Law reports, digests, etc - 1892
...officers, in the language of the act before us, or in equivalent language, whenever the public Interest or individual rights call for its exercise, the language...empowered to do for a third person, the law requires ehall be done. The power Is given, not for their benefit, but for his. * • • In all such cases...
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Federal Decisions: Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme ..., Volume 24

Law reports, digests, etc - 1888
...declares that certain officers may, if advisable, do a certain thing, whenever the public interest or individual rights call for its exercise, the language...though permissive in form, is, in fact, peremptory. In all such cases it is held that the mteat of the legislature, which is the test, waa not to devolve...
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A Commentary on the Interpretation of Statutes

Gustav Adolf Endlich - Law - 1888 - 871 pages
...arises (I). The Supreme Court of the United States similarly laid it down that what public officers are empowered to do for a third person, the law requires shall be done whenever the public interest or individual rights call for the exercise of the power ; since the latter...
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Journal of Proceedings

Budget - 1889
...officers in the language of the act before us, or in equivalent language, whenever the public interest or individual rights call for its exercise, the language...done. The power is given not for their benefit but his. It is placed with the depositary to meet the demands of right and to prevent a failure of justice....
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Reports of Cases Decided in the Court of Appeal

James Stewart Tupper, Richard Scougall Cassels - Law reports, digests, etc - 1890
...where power is given to public officers * * —whenever the public interest or individual rights calls for its exercise, —the language used, though permissive...for a third person the law requires shall be done. * * In all such cases it L, held that the intent of the legislature, which is the test, was not to...
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