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" On the contrary, the underlying principle of all the cases is, that classification, with the view of legislating for either class separately, is essentially unconstitutional, unless a necessity therefor exists — a necessity springing from manifest peculiarities... "
Annual Report of the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture - Page 42
by Pennsylvania. Department of Agriculture - 1896
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The Albany Law Journal: A Monthly Record of the Law and the ..., Volumes 53-54

1896
...for either class separately is essentially unconstitutional, unless there exists a necessity therefor springing from manifest peculiarities clearly distinguishing...classes, and imperatively demanding legislation for each class separately that would be useless and detrimental to the others. Ayars' Appeal, 122 Pennsylvania...
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Atlantic Reporter, Volume 107

1920
...legislating for either class separately, is osscntially unconstitutional, unless a necessity therefor exists, a necessity springing from manifest peculiarities,...classes, and imperatively demanding legislation for each class, separately, that would be useless and detrimental to the others." It cannot be said that there...
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Atlantic Reporter, Volume 99

1917
...for either class separately, is essentially unconstitutional, unless a necessity therefor exists— a necessity springing from manifest peculiarities,...classes, and imperatively demanding legislation for each class separately that would be useless and detrimental to the others." In the recent case of Chalmers...
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Atlantic Reporter, Volume 46

1900
...for either class separately, is essentially unconstitutional, unless a necessity therefor exists,— a necessity springing from manifest peculiarities,...distinguishing those of one class from each of the other c> asses, and Imperatively demanding legislation for each class separately that would be useless and...
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The Atlantic Reporter, Volume 49

1901
...legislation; for as Is said in Ayars' Appeal, eupra, there must be a necessity for the legislation "springing from manifest peculiarities, clearly distinguishing those of one class from each of the others." No peculiarities in cities of the second class demanding such a law are even pretended. Every...
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Atlantic Reporter, Volume 108

1920
...based upon a necessity springing from manifest peculiarities, clearly distinguishing those members of one class from each of the other classes and imperatively demanding legislation from, each class, separately, that would be • * * detrimental to the others." Ayar's Appeal, 122...
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Executive Documents, Minnesota ..., Volume 4

Minnesota - 1895
...tolerated when displaying merely an arbitrary exercise of legislative power. It must be based upon "a necessity springing from manifest peculiarities,...those of one class from each of the other classes, and impartially demanding legislation for each class separately that would be useless and detrimental to...
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The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value ..., Volume 86

1902
...for either class separately, is essentially unconstitutional, unless a necessity therefor exists — a necessity springing from manifest peculiarities,...classes, and imperatively demanding legislation for each class separately, that would be useless and detrimental to others." This is as near to a definition...
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Pennsylvania Archives

Samuel Hazard, John Blair Linn, William Henry Egle, George Edward Reed, Thomas Lynch Montgomery, Gertrude MacKinney, Charles Francis Hoban - 1902
...unconstitutional unless a necessity therefor exists — a necessity springing from manifest peculiarities cleanly distinguishing those of one class from each of the...classes, and imperatively demanding legislation for each class separately that would be useless, and detrimental to the other." It will hardly be contended...
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The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value ..., Volume 85

Abraham Clark Freeman - 1902
...la said In Ajar"! Appeal, 12 Pa. St. 266, 16 Atl. 356, there must be a necessity for the legislation 'springing from manifest peculiarities, clearly distinguishing those of one class from each of the others.' No peculiarities In cities of the second class demanding such a law are even pretended. Every...
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