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" ... even where two acts are not in express terms repugnant, yet if the latter act covers the whole subject of the first, and embraces new provisions, plainly showing that it was intended as a substitute for the first act, it will operate as a repeal of... "
The York Legal Record - Página 127
1893
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Court of Customs Appeals Reports: Cases Adjudged in the United ..., Volumen13

United States. Court of Customs Appeals - 1926
...District of Columbia v. Hutton, 143 US 18 [27], it was said : Yet if the latter act covers the whole subject of the first, and embraces new provisions...first act, it will operate as a repeal of that act. The italics in the quoted matter are ours. With these preliminary observations, it is next necessary...
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The Pacific Reporter, Volumen121

1912
...construction that, where two acts are not in express terms repugnant, yet, if the latter act covers the whole subject of the first, and embraces new provisions...plainly showing that it was intended as a substitute of the first act, it will act as a repeal of the first act, especially where the subsequent act contains...
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Reports of Cases Adjudged in the Court of Appeals of the District ..., Volumen47

District of Columbia. Court of Appeals - 1918
...1). C. 120 ; "Where the later of two acts, though not in express terms repugnant, covers the whole subject of the first and embraces new provisions,...that it was intended as a substitute for the first, it will operate as a repeal of that act." Newman v. United States, 41 Wash. L. Rep. 734: "A statute...
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Decisions of the Comptroller General of the United States, Volumen28

United States. General Accounting Office - 1949
...where the two statutes are not repugnant in every respect, if the later statute covers the whole field of the first and embraces new provisions, plainly...that it was intended as a substitute for the first statute, it will operate as a repeal of the earlier statute. United States v. Tynen, 78 US 88 ; King...
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Decisions of the Comptroller General of the United States, Volumen28

United States. General Accounting Office - 1949
...where the two statutes are not repugnant in every respect, if the later statute covers the whole field of the first and embraces new provisions, plainly showing that it was intended is a substitute for the first statute, it will operate as a repeal of the earlier statute. United States...
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Nomination of Philip C. Jessup: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations - 1951 - 1022 páginas
..."if the latter act covers the whole subject of the first, and embraces new provisions, plainlyshowing that it was intended as a substitute for the first act, it will operate as a repeal of that act" ( United States v. Tynen, 11 Wall. 88). The standard treatise on statutory construction quotes the...
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United States Supreme Court Reports, Volúmenes187-190

United States. Supreme Court - 1903
...not in express terms répugnant, yet, if the latter act covers the whole subject of the first, ixnd embraces new provisions, plainly showing that it was...first act, it will operate as a repeal of that act." This principle plaintiff in error relies on, and urges that it was recently asserted and applied in...
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United States Supreme Court Reports, Volumen36

United States. Supreme Court - 1920
...the first. 3 Where two acts are not in express terms repugnant, yet if the later Act covers the whole subject of the first, and embraces new provisions, plainly showing that It was Intended as a substiNOTB.— A» tn construction of statute, according to purpose for which it wat passai, see not«...
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The Oklahoma Law Journal, Volumen10

1911
...construction that where two acts aixnot in express terms repugnant, yet, if the latter act covers the whole subject of the first and embraces new provisions plainly showing that it was intended as a substitute of the first act, it will act a< a repeal of the first act. For this reason in so far as it defines...
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The Oklahoma Law Journal, Volumen10

1911
...is -that where two acts are not in express terms repugnant, yet, if the latter act covers the whole subject of the first and embraces new provisions plainly showing that it was intended as a substitute of the first act, it will act as a repeal of the first and especially so where the subsequent act contains...
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