carry into execution

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The leave of absence which you have asked for the purpose of enabling you to carry into execution your designs of exploring the country to the Rocky Mountains, and beyond with a view of assertaining the nature and character of the various tribes of Indians inhabiting those regions; the trade which might be profitably carried on with them, the quality of the soil, the productions, the minerals, the natural history, the climate, the Geography, and Topography, as well as Geology of the various parts of the Country within the limits of the Territories belonging to the United States, between our frontier, and the Pacific; has been duly considered, and submitted to the War Department, for approval, and has been sanctioned.
Charley pulled his sou'wester over his eyes, and I followed his example, though I could not guess the idea he evidently had in mind and intended to carry into execution.
Congress's power to enact laws necessary and proper to carry into execution the treatymaking power can be read to include the power to enforce treaties because treatymaking and treaty enforcement are inevitably intertwined.
As a result, the power to carry into execution the treatymaking power includes things such as appropriating money and appointing officers to carry out negotiations.
If that is the case, it negates the predicate for congressional action under its power to carry into execution the treatymaking power: the treatymaking power will remain unimpaired even if Congress does not act.
In these circumstances, even under a relatively deferential review, the appropriate conclusion should be that Congress's intervention into local private misuse of chemicals is not necessary and proper to carry into execution the treatymaking power.
Further, the rule is not compelled by the Constitution's text, which gives Congress power to make laws that are necessary and proper to carry into execution the treatymaking power.
In 1866, as the Fathers of Confederation were working on drafting the British North America Act that would lead to the creation of Canada the following year, a Montreal businessman and journalist, James Croil, was appointed an agent of the Presbyterian synod in connection with the Church of Scotland "to devise and carry into execution such measures as .