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Well ...

how many exceptions do I have to come up with of police power being exercised on private property to prove you are full of shit.

Put a number on it and I will provide the court cases. Considering with regards to any statute place always = within the state ... it is not going to be difficult to do.

I do not care if it is a child day care statute. If your activity is deemed to be providing child day care anywhere within a state ...

I do not care if it is a motor vehicle statute. If your activity is deemed to be a violation anywhere within a state ...

It does not matter. Place is always, within the state, which is distinct and separate from an activity.

IN RE: "A license DOES convey permission ..."

The function of law is not to grant permission but make liable. It is a fundamental principle of law. If the law says though shalt not kill it is not an express grant of permission to do anything but kill. It is an express liability for killing.

If licenses did grant permission there would have been an income license for all U.S. citizens a long time ago. There is no income license, only a tax ... because it is a different kind of liability than that imposed by a license with different means of enforcement. For instance, if one owes income taxes ... they are not made liable to cease and desist earning income like they would if there was an income license.

Earlier you commented about marijuana stamps or prostitution taxes making one liable but you keep going off the deep end claiming a license grants some kind of express permission when what a license does is make one expressly liable because the purpose of any law is to create a liability.