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University of Missouri Bulletin Law Series

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Abstract

It was indicated in the preceding chapter that a general law relates to persons or things as a class; that this class is determined by a "distinguishing peculiarity" which bears a reasonable relation to the purpose for which the statute was enacted; and that this class includes all things which may come within it at any future time. It now remains to examine the cases in which this test has been applied.

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