A statement of reasons against the assumption and exercise of executive and legislative powers by the Supreme Judicial Court
with remarks intended to prove that there is no law in this state, clothed with the authority of the constitution, against the sale of spirituous liquors : and the impossibility of suppressing the sale by penal laws without transcending the powers, and invading the sacred rights of property which are established and guarantied by the constitution of Massachusetts.
Boston : Wiliam Chadwick, 1849.
Constitutional law /
Civil rights > Civil rights / Massachusetts.
Signed on p. 37: Junius.
40 p. ;
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