Gambling Devices: Hearings, Eighty-first Congress, Second Session

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1950 - 308 lappuses
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305. lappuse - Any lands reserved or acquired for the use of the United States, and under the exclusive or concurrent jurisdiction thereof, or any place purchased or otherwise acquired by the United States by consent of the legislature of the State in which the same shall be, for the erection of a fort, magazine, arsenal, dockyard, or other needful building.
6. lappuse - As a state may, for the purpose of guarding the morals of Its own people, forbid all sales of lottery tickets within its limits, so Congress, for the purpose of guarding the people of the United States against the 'widespread pestilence of lotteries...
204. lappuse - As used in sections 4461 to 4463, inclusive, the term "coin-operated amusement or gaming device" means — (1) any amusement or music machine operated by means of the insertion of a coin token, or similar object, and (2) so-called "slot" machines which operate by means of insertion of a coin, token, or similar object and which, by application of the element of chance, may deliver, or entitle the person playing or operating the machine to receive cash, premiums, merchandise, or tokens.
40. lappuse - There shall be imposed a special tax to be paid by every person who maintains for use or permits the use of, on any place or premises occupied by him, a coin-operated amusement or gaming device...
3. lappuse - Act by such officers, agents, or other persons as may be authorized or designated for that purpose by the Attorney General, except to the extent that such duties arise from seizures and forfeitures effected by any customs officer.
5. lappuse - In view of the conceded power on the part of Congress to prohibit the movement of intoxicants in interstate commerce, we cannot admit that because it did not exert its authority to the full limit, but simply regulated to the extent of permitting the prohibitions in one State to prevent the use of interstate commerce to ship liquor from another State, Congress exceeded its authority to regulate.
233. lappuse - SEC. 203. (a) The provisions of sections 201 and 202 shall not apply to any carrier in respect to any seed transported or delivered for transportation in the ordinary course of its business as a carrier...
2. lappuse - That (a) it shall be unlawful to transport or cause to be transported in interstate or foreign commerce any person who is employed or is to be employed for the purpose of obstructing or interfering by force or threats with (1) peaceful picketing by employees during any labor controversy affecting wages, hours, or conditions of labor; or...
239. lappuse - The sovereignty of the State essential to its proper functioning under the Federal Constitution cannot be surrendered ; it cannot be taken away by any form of legislation.
270. lappuse - That precise point has never been passed upon by the Supreme Court of the United States ? Mr.

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