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    Trading with the Enemy Act now OMITTED

    This is interesting because I have been citing this lately on the Internet.


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    That was the residual Bankers' Holiday clause from the Trading with the Enemy Act of 1917 utilized for indenturing people as state banks after 1933.

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    Omission = David Merrill is citing and quoting it again?

    P.S. I looked closer and only 95a is "omitted".

    Title 12 USC 95b.


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    It appears that Congress does not omit these statutes.


    ...which related to regulation of transactions in foreign exchange of gold and silver, property transfers, vested interests, enforcement and penalties, was omitted because §?5(b) of act Oct. 6, 1917, is also classified to section 4305(b) of Title 50, War and National Defense.

    Section 95b, act Mar. 9, 1933, ch. 1, title I, §?1, 48 Stat. 1, which related to ratification of acts of President and Secretary of the Treasury, was omitted because §?1 of act Mar. 9, 1933, is also set out as a note under section 4305 of Title 50, War and National Defense.
    Cornell Law School seems the discretionary power omitting the code from public view. And they did not do so even-handedly. Section 95b was also "omitted" but still shows up.

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    Thank you George;

    I have been drive-by Posting lately. I knew somebody (Amaz) had brought this to mind. Credit where credit is due!

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Merrill View Post
    Thank you George;

    I have been drive-by Posting lately. I knew somebody (Amaz) had brought this to mind. Credit where credit is due!

    its george.. well at least youre not calling me by another username again lol

    are you healing up well? Ive had a few friend with those types of injuries, some of them very serious and were not expected to live. did you experience the anger stages? its very common. it lasts a long time for those who were out for more than a day.

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