Indirect Veto of An Act of Congress. Opinion of the Supreme Court of the United States in the Case of the Okanogan Indian Tribe and Others Vs. The United States Sustaining the Authority of the President of the United States to Void Legislation by Withholding His Signature After the Adjournment of Congress

Indirect Veto of An Act of Congress. Opinion of the Supreme Court of the United States in the Case of the Okanogan Indian Tribe and Others Vs. The United States Sustaining the Authority of the President of the United States to Void Legislation by Withholding His Signature After the Adjournment of Congress

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Publisher: Washington : [publisher not identified], 1929.
Branch Call Number: LexisNexis Serial Set Number 9125 S.doc.15
Characteristics: 13 pages : digital, PDF file.

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