Constitutional Law in 1909-1910

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American Political Science Review, 1910 - Constitutional law - 497 pages
 

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Page 496 - Pullman v. Kansas, 216 US 56; Ludwig v. Western Union, 216 US 146; Heradon v.
Page 485 - Ill, sect. 1, and under Amendment V. Baltimore and Ohio v. United States, 215 US 481 : In regulating distribution of coal cars, the Interstate Commerce Commission may take into account the shipper's own cars and also the carrier's cars intended for carriage of the carrier's own fuel. Macon Grocery v. Atlantic Coast Line, 215 US 501: Suit to restrain unlawful interstate freight rates comes under the Commerce Clause. And see under Art.
Page 485 - Ill, sect. 2, cl. 1) under Amendment XI, and under Amendment XIV, sect. 1) : same point. Atlantic Coast Line v. Mazursky, 216 US 122: In absence of federal legislation, a state may require an interstate carrier to settle within a certain time claims for damage to freight while in its possession within the state. Monongahela Bridge v. United States, 216 US 177: see under Art. I, sect. 1, Art.
Page 484 - I, sect. 8, el. 1 ("To lay and collect Taxes"): North Dakota v. Hanson, 215 US 515; The federal taxing power must not be clogged: and hence a state cannot compel holders of a federal license — at least when not actually conducting business under such license — to file and publish a copy. Art. I, sect 8, cl. 3 ("To regulate Commerce"): El Paso and Northeastern v. Gutierrez, 215 US 87: Congressional power in territories does not depend on this clause; and hence the Employers' Liability Act of 1906...
Page 486 - Standard Oil v. Tennessee, 217 US 413: A state may punish a...
Page 491 - Rico of a perpetual and salable office which under Spanish law had been treated as property. And as to this case see also under Art. VI, cl. 2, and under Amendment V in the next paragraph. Amendment V ("Private property be taken"): Sanchez v. United States, 216 US 167: See under preceding provision of Amendment V, and as to this- case see also under Art. VI, cl. 2.
Page 491 - Treaties"): Sanchez v. United States, 216 US 167: A treaty is superseded by a later act of Congress inconsistent with it. And as to this case see under Amendment V, two provisions. Amendment V (" Twice put in jeopardy") : Brantley v. Georgia, 217 US 284: This provision does not...
Page 488 - ... companies have been consolidated. Citizens National v. Kentucky, 217 US 443: Earlier decisions have settled that the Kentucky law as to taxing national bank shares does not impair a supposed contract in the Kentucky bank act. As to this case see also under Amendment XIV, sect. 1. Art. II, sect.
Page 491 - Ill, sect. 1. Sanchez v. United States, 216 US 167: This provision does not prevent the abolition in Porto Rico of a perpetual and salable office which under Spanish law had been treated as property. And as to this case see also under Art. VI, cl. 2, and under Amendment V in the next paragraph. Amendment...
Page 492 - Western Union v. Kansas, 216 US 1, see under Art. I, sect. 8, cl. 3. Pullman v. Kansas, 216 US 56: same point; and see same place.

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