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Constitutionality Of Legislation Designating Time And Manner Of Payment Of Wages, Ralph W. Aigler Jan 1910

Constitutionality Of Legislation Designating Time And Manner Of Payment Of Wages, Ralph W. Aigler

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Not infrequently the legislatures of various states have deemed it advisable to provide by law for the time and manner of payment of wages of men engaged in certain designated employments; and these laws have been the cause of considerable litigation. Their validity has been challenged mainly on the ground of deprivation of property without due process of law and denial of the equal protection of the law, the contention being that the refusal of the privilege of contracting for the manner and time of payment is a deprivation of liberty and property, and the classification of men in certain ...


Validity Of Legislation Limiting Hours Of Labor For Women, Ralph W. Aigler Jan 1910

Validity Of Legislation Limiting Hours Of Labor For Women, Ralph W. Aigler

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Public opinion and the development of social and economic thought are well read in the decisions, of the courts. An excellent illustration: of this is found in the recent case of Ritchie & Co. et al. v. Wayman, 244. Ill. 509, 91 N. E. 695, decided April 21, 1910.