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" If a statute attempts to accomplish two or more objects, and is void as to one, it may still be in every respect complete and valid as to the other. "
The Insurance Law Journal - Seite 303
1900
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Albany Law Journal, Band 44

1892
...Law Reg. (NS) 160, expresses the same idea in this language : ' But while it is a rule of law, that if a statute attempts to accomplish two or more objects, and is void as to one, it may still be valid as to the others, yet if its purpose is to accomplish a single object only, and some of the provisions...
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The American Law Register, Band 10

1871
...for the other purposes contemplated by the act of incorporation. But while it is a rule of law that if a statute attempts to accomplish two or more objects, and is void as to one, it may still be valid as to the others ; yet if its purpose is to accomplish a single object only, and some of its...
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Albany Law Journal, Band 17

1878
...in meaning that it cannot be presumed the legislature would have passed the one without the other. If a statute attempts to accomplish two or more objects...is void as to one it may still be in every respect valid and complete as to the other. See Commonwealth v. Clapp, 5 Gray, 100 ; Stale v. Copeland, 3 RI...
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Annual Report of the American Bar Association: Including Proceedings ..., Band 5

American Bar Association - 1883
...recognized as the controlling or principal one, the whole law is void ;|| and if the purpose of the act is to accomplish a single object only, and some of its provisions are void, the whole act must fail unless there be sufficient remaining to effect that object without the invalid portion.l...
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The Pacific Reporter, Band 65

1901
...good and bad parts of the statute are capable of being separated, within the meaning of this rule. If a statute attempts to accomplish two or more objects,...every respect complete and valid as to the other. Hut if its purpose is to accomplish a single object only, and some of its provisions are void, the...
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The Pacific Reporter, Band 81

1905
...abolishes Kootenai county and creates Clark county, and be permitted to stand, and contend that where a statute attempts to accomplish two or more objects, and is void in one, it may still in every respect be complete and valid as to the other, and in support of that...
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Atlantic Reporter, Band 43

1899
...provision making the adjacent owners liable In certain cases should for any cause fall to be effective. "If a statute attempts to accomplish two or more objects,...every respect complete and valid as to the other." Cooley, Const. Llm. pp. 1Í8-181. From considerations of public policy, as to the suffldency of which...
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New England Reporter: All Cases Determined in the Courts of Last ..., Band 3

1887
...held valid, and the second void and of no effect. Commonwealth v. West Boston Bridge, 13 Pick. 195. If a statute attempts to accomplish two or more objects...every respect complete and valid as to the other. Re Villa'/e of Middletown, 83 NY 196; Gardon v. Cornet, 47 NY 617; People v. Bull, 46 N. Y. 69; Packet...
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The American and English Encyclopedia of Law, Band 23

John Houston Merrill, Charles Frederic Williams, Thomas Johnson Michie, David Shephard Garland - 1893
...main parts of the act, are unconstitutional and void. Statute Contemplating Two or More Objects. — If a statute attempts to accomplish two or more objects...every respect complete and valid as to the other. People v. Cooper, 83 111. 584 ; Hinze v. People, 92 111. 406. Thus, the act of incorporation of the...
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The Southwestern Reporter, Band 86

1905
...judge for ¡my particular county, but for the Sixty-Stcond Judicial District. If the purpose of an act is to accomplish a single object only, and some of its provisions are void, the whole must fall, unless sufficient remains to effect the object without the aid of the Invalid portion. And if...
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