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R v Barger (1908) 6 CLR 41

This case considered the taxation power of the Commonwealth under s.51(ii) of the Constitution and whether or not the Commonwealth had the power to impose a tax in a way that was seen to be regulating the working conditions of labour which was normally outside the power of the Commonwealth.

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R v Barger (1908) 6 CLR 41
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