What is an example of a delegated power?
Delegated powers are powers that belong only to the federal government. Some examples are: coin money, declare war, regulate trade between states, regulate immigration.
Another example of "Delegated Power" is: Police have the power of search and arrest, however in some states that power is delegated to others for the purpose of entry, and arrest, for animal abuse crimes. While this is specifically prohibited, as they don't have an oath of office, as well as court cases, it is done all the time.
Delegated powers are powers the government has. One example of a delegated power is making peace treaties. Reserved powers are powers states have. One example of a reserved power is laws concerning marriage. Concurrent powers are powers the Government and the state have together. One example of this is public schools.
Delegated powers are constitutional powers assigned to one government agency, but delegated to another agency with express permission. One example of a delegated power would be the Food and Drug Administration. The power to create this bureaucracy was given to the executive branch by Congress. The power to create laws regarding commerce resides within the legislative branch, but the FDA is able to make regulations through delegated power.
A delegated power is one that can be assigned to someone by the person who holds it. The US Constitution has some specific places where they allow certain powers of the President to be delegated. Implied are powers that are not called out specifically, but they are inferred by powers that are specifically called out.