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An Address On the Commercial Aspects of Federal Regulation of Insurance

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An Address On the Commercial Aspects of Federal Regulation of Insurance
Dryden John Fairfield
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Of Chief Justice Marshall : " To say that the intention of the instrument must prevail; that this intention must be collected from its words ; that its words are to be understood in the sense in which they are generally used by those for whom the instrument was intended ; that its provisions are neither to be restricted into insignificance nor extended to objects not compre- hended in them nor contemplated by its framers, is to repeat what has already been said more at large and is all that can... be necessary. " And in passing upon the constitutionality of the law creating a United States bank, Marshall gave utterance to words which have been so often repeated that they have become an axiom in our constitutional history, namely: "Let the end be legitimate, let 13 it be within the scope of the Constitution, and all means which are appropriate, which are plainly adapted to that end, which are not prohibited, but consistent with the letter and spirit of the Constitu- tion, are constitutional.

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