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ture to injure other Nations with which it is at peace. — Counterfeit-
ing the Money or Securities of a Foreign Country, or manufacturing
Spurious Notes or Coin with an Intent to circulate them abroad is an
Offence witiiin this Principle. — Piracy is Robbery or other act done
feloniously on the High Seas, contrary to International Law.



LECTURE LIII.

Pages 1141-1166.

Criminal Jurisdiction of the United States over the District of Columbia
and such other places as are ceded by the States or acquired by Treaty.
— It is etclusive of the States and so far National that while the
Offence must be committed within the Place, the Culprit may be
arrested wherever he is found. — The Acquisition of Land within a
State under the right of Eminent Domain does not confer Jurisdiction
on the United States unless sanctioned by the State Legislature. — A
State may reserve its Jurisdiction while ceding tiie Land, and when
such is the case punish a Murder committed in a Fort belonging to
the United States, although both Parties are in the Military Service
of the Federal Govermnent. — Congress have the Fblice Power in the
* Territories which is withheld in the States, and may enact any Law
tiiat is not forbidden by the Constitution. — The Violation of any
necessary and proper I^aw passed by Congress may be visited with
such Penalties as they choose to inflict. — An act which is injurious to
a State and to the United States may be punished by both. — Congress
cannot punish the Infraction of a State Law except by adopting it as
their own, nor of any Law which is not witbin the Scope of the Powers
conferred by the Constitution. — An Indictment involving a Federal
question may be removed from a State to a Federal Court, and the
accused liberated if unconstitutionally detained. — The Supreme Court
has no general Authority to revise the Judgments of the Circuit
Courts in Criminal Cases; but may give relief by a Habeas Corpus
where the proceeding is without Jurisdiction or UnconstitutionaL



LECTURE LIV.

Pages 1167-1188.

Distribution of Jurisdiction among the Federal Courts. — The Original
Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court is confined to Cases affecting Am-
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State will be a Party. — The grant of Original Jurisdiction in such
Cases does not preclude the Exercise of Appellate Jurisdiction in the
same Cases. — It is not Exclusive of the Inferior Courts. — The Federal
Laws may be administered by the State Courts, and the State Laws
by the Federal Courts. — Demands arising in one Sovereignty may
be Enforced by the Tribunals of another, and an Assignee in Bank-
ruptcy may proceed in a State Court. — Aliens may be Naturalized
by the State Courts, which may also, if Congress so provide, deter-
mine the Compensation due for the Exercise of Eminent Domain by
Congress.

LECTURE LV.

Packs 1189-1208.

A Trespass committed by a Federal Officer is a Violation of the State
Laws, and not of the Laws of the United States, although he may be
acting Officially, and under Color of a Judicial Writ or an Act of Con-
gress. — An Action will lie in a State Court against the Marshal for
arresting A under a Writ against B, or levying on his Goods; and so
of the Seizure of a Vessel by a Collector of the Customs under an Ille-
gal Order from the President. — Things or Persons held, though ille-
gally, for the Government cannot be taken out of the Hands of its
Officers by a Replevin, or Habeas Corpus^ from a State Court, unless
the Authority relied on is a Pretence, or used as a Cover for a Private
Wrong. — The Marshal cannot levy on Goods attached by Sheriff. —
If the Court has Jurisdiction of the Cause and the Parties, the Judg-
ment cannot be set aside because the Suit or Prosecution is founded
on an Unconstitutional Statute.



LECTURE LVI.

Pages 1209-1231.

Persons held ministerially by a Federal officer under an unconstitutional
Command or Statute of the United States might formerly be liberated
by a Habeas Corpus from a State Tribunal. — It is now a conclusive
Answer to such a Writ that the Petitioner is " Confined under the
Authority or Claim or Color of the Authority of the United States by
an officer of that Government." — The return to the Habeas Corpus
must nevertheless set forth enough to show distinctly that the Impris-
onment is under the Authority of the United States and to exclude
the idea of Imposition or Oppression. — A State Court cannot restrain
an officer of the United States in the Performance of a Duty imposed
by Congress, whether the act be or be not Constitutional. — Although
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ThiDgs or Persons wrongfully taken or held for the United States, the
officer may be made Personally Answerable in Trover or Trespass. —
Distinction between proceedings in remj which are a Justification against
all the World, and a Foreign Attachment, or Fieri facias, which only
binds the Defendant's Interest in the Groods. — The Sheriff or Marshal
will not ordinarily be enjoined from selling the Goods of one man under a
Writ against another, and the Remedy is an Action against him or the
Purchaser. — A State Court cannot enjoin Proceedings in the Federal
Courts, and the Federal Courts are forbidden to issue an Injunction to
the State Courts. — A State cannot punish an offence against the Laws
of the United States. — A false Oath in a State Court in the Adminis-
tration of a Law of the United States may be Punished by the State.
— Acts which are prejudicial to a State and the United States may be
Punished by both Governments. — A Penal Law of the United States
may be adopted by a State, and will then be Indictable in its Courts.



LECTURE LVn.

Pages 1232-1271.

Congress Authorized to Coin Money and regulate the Value thereof. — A
Promise to pay Ten Silver Dollars Numerical, and may be fulfilled by
the tender of an Eagle, or of any Coins that will together make up the
Sum. — Payment to be made in whatever Money is Lawful when the
Time arrives. — Contracts to pay a given Number of Dollars distin-
guished from Contracts for the Delivery of Bullion or Specific Coins.
— Bank-notes issued with the Sanction of the Government, Money
in the ordinary acceptation of the Term. — One Metal may be Substi-
tuted for another, or the Intrinsic Value of the Coin lessened rela-
tively to Past Contracts as well as Future. — Is Printing Coining ?
and can Paper be Used instead of Metal ? — The Debates in the Fed-
eral Convention not a Siure Guide in tlie Interpretation of the Consti-
tution. — The power to Borrow carries with it an Implied Right to
issue Bills of Credit, but not to render them a Legal Tender or to exact
Forced Loans. — Can Paper Money be made a Legal Tender under the
Right to declare War or the Right to Tax? — The Power to Regulate
Commerce relates directly to the Means by which Trade is prosecuted,
and includes the Currency not less than Telegraphy or Navigation. —
The Power to Coin Money b enabling, and does not preclude a recourse
to other Means. — The Framers of the Constitution unwilling to Sanc-
tion or Prohibit Paper Money. — The Implied Powers are as much
a part of the Expressed Powers as if they were conferred in Terms.
— Congress or a State Legislature may, in ibe exercise of their Powers,
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LECTURE LVin.

PAG48 1272-1287.

The Legal Tender Acts approved by the Secretary of the Treasury
and passed l)y Congress. — So mach of this Legislation as consisted
in issuing United States Notes, and suppressing the Notes of the
State Banks, sustained by the Supreme Court; but rendering Paper
DoUars a Legal Tender held Unconstitutional by a Majority of the
Judges. — Reasons for this Decision as assigned by the Chief-Justice.
— The words Necessary and Proper, like Uie Tenth Amendment, are
at once Admonitory and Directory. — An implied Power must be ap-
propriate, and consistent with the Spirit of the Constitution. — In his
opinion, the Legal Tender Acts not only impaired the Obligation of
Contracts, but operated as a Deprivation without due Process of Law. —
The Answer to this view is, that Contracts for the payment of Money
are presumed to be made in Subordination to the Power of Congress
over the Currency, and with notice that it may be exercised.

LECTURE LIX.

Pages 1288-1310.

The Legal Tender Acts reconsidered, and their Validity affirmed by a di-
vided Court. — The Constitution should be liberally construed in view
of its object, which is Government. — It speaks in General Terms,
and enumerates without defining. — How the Power to make all
necessary and proper Laws should be Interpreted. — The necessity
need not be Absolute, and all means which are plainly adapted to the
end, and consistent with the Letter and Spiiit of the Constitution are
Valid. — The right to issue Bills of Credit in the form of Greenbacks
recognized by the Minority as well as the Majority of the Court; and
making them a Legal Tender is a necessary and proper means of giv.
ing them Currency. — A Judgment of the Supreme Court is not
necessarily conclusive of the Principle. — Powers resulting from their
relation to the Objects of the enumerated Powers. — The Right to
Govern Territory acquired by Treaty or Conquest falls under this
Head. — The Power to declare Paper Money a I^gal Tender may be
exercised during Peace. — ** Supreme," as applied to the Powers of
the United States, synonymous with ** Sovereign."



Articles of ComrKDEKATioN 1311

Constitution of the United States of America . • . . 1320

Amendments to the Constitution 1333

Index 1339



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TABLE OF CASES.



Abercrombie v. Dopoif 1 Cranch, 343 1035

Ableman v. Booth 21 Howard, 506 . . 1202, 1204, 1211,

1212, 1214, 1215

Ackenon v. Railroad Co 2 Vroom, 309 1178

Acton r. BlandeU 12 M. & W. 824 807,398

Adams i;. Beale 9 Iowa, 61 800

p. Lindsell 1 B. & Aid. 681 1115

p. Wiscaaset Bank 1 Me. 361 881

Adams Express Co. v. New York Po-
lice Board 65 Howard Prac. 72 469

Agawam v. Hampden 130 Mass. 528 282, 287

Agurs V, The Major 6 Vroom (N. J.) 168 . 279, 292. 293,

296, 303, 804, 310, 814, 817, 344, 845

Akerlj ». Vilaa 15 Wis. 401 1222.1223

Albany Street, In re 11 Wend. 149 815, 336, 788

Alexander's (Mrs.) Cotton .... 2 WaUace. 404 ... 947, 1127, 1130

Allen r. Armstrong 16 Iowa, 508 801

v.B. &O.R.R.C0 114U. 8. 811. . . .1068,1064.1075

P.Jay 60 Me. 124 281,284

p. McKeen 1 Sumner, 276 644

p. Newberry 21 Howard, 244 1007, 1008

Almy p. California 24 Howard, 169 ... . 252, 442, 480

American Ins. Co. p. Canter . . . . 1 Peters, 511 505,1306

p. Insley 7 Penn. 228 1117

p. Ogden 20 Wend. 287 1116

American Print Works p. Lawrence . 28 N. J. Law, 590 762

American Steamboat Co. p. Chase . . 16 Wallace, 522 1019

Amesp. Kanaas lUU. S. 449. . 869,993,1169.1174,

1175, 1184

Ames p. Lake Superior R. R. Co. . . 21 Minn. 241 658, 870

Amis p. Myers 16 Howard, 492 1033, 1226

Ammidown p. Freeland 101 Mass. 808 1184

Amory p. Amory 95 U. S. 186 1106

Amy p. Manning 144 Mass. 153. . . .1089,1090,1102

p. Saperrlsors 11 Wallace, 136 1064

Anderson p. Caldwell 91 Ind. 451 860, 866, 869

p. Dunn 6 Wheaton. 204 .. 188, 862, 856. 857

p. Santa Anna 116U. S. 356 807,808,810

Andrews p. Russell 7 Blackford, 474 792

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Antelope, The 10 Wheaton, 66 1139

Antoni v. Greenhow 107 U. S. 769 ... 680, 683, 708, 704,

706, 706, 707, 709, 710, 711

Antoni v. Wright 22 GratUn, 833 580, 669

Antrim's Case 5 Philada. R. 278 .. . 934, 953, 983

Arimond v. Green Bay Co 31 Wis. 816 411

Arnold w. Hudson R. E. 66 N. Y. 661 . 366,368,869,860,384

Arthur w. Morgan 112 U. 8. 496 1116

Ashbyr. White Lord Raymond, 938; 1 Smith's

Leading Cases (8 Am. ed.), 472,

600 401

Ashley's Case 12 Reports, 92 760

Ashley v. Port Huron 86 Mich. 296 411

Ashton's Appeal 78 Pa. 168 1109

Askins r. Commonwealth 1 Duv. (Ky.) 276 639

Aslee V, Packet Co 21 WaUace, 389 1016

Aspdin v. Austin 6 A. & £. n. 8. 671 1286

Asylum (The) v. New Orleans ... 106 U. S. 362 667

Atkinson v. DanUp 60 Me. Ill 717, 838, 842

Atlantic & Gulf R. R. Co. v. Georgia 98 U. S. 369 656

Alter's Appeal 67 Pa. 841 806

Attorney-General v, Exeter .... 2 Russ. 46 881

V, Kwok-a-Sing 6 L. R. P. C. App. 179 .... 1187

(The)i;.MetropoUtanR.R.Co. 126 Mass. 616 866

Austin V. Murray 16 Pick. 121 774

1?. Trustees of University . . lYeates,260 . 762

Ayres,/nre 128 U. S. 443 . .1040,1072,1078,1074



B.

Backns o. Lebanon 11 N. H. 19 605, 870

Baggs's Appeal 43 Pa. 612 . . .717,887,838,839,847

Bailey v. The Mayor 3 Hill, 681 409

p. Warden 4 M. & S. 400 1194

BaileyviUe v, LoweU 20 Me. 178 881

Bain, Ex parte 121 U. S. 1 862. 866, 1039

Balrdr. Rice 63 Pa. 489 630,649

Baker w. Walker 14 M. & W. 466 1111

Baldwin i;. Flagg 43 N. J. Law, 496 708

r. Franks. ..:.... 120 U. 8. 678 . . .1006,1121.1129,

1132, 1163, 1164

Baldwin r. Hale 1 Wallace. 228 676

Ball V. Wyeth 99 Mass. 338 717, 838

Baltimore & Ohio R. R. Co. v. Wag-
ner 43 Ohio, 75 871

Baltimore & O. R. R. v. Thompson . 10 Md. 76 366

Baltimore & Potomac R. R. v. Fifth

Baptist Church 108 U. S. 817 766,767,1286

Baltimore & Potomac R.R.C0. O.Grant 98 U. S. 898 839

Bambaugh v. Bambangh 11 S. & R. 191 825

Bamford ». Tumley 8 B. & 8. 61 407,408

B. & A. R. R. Co., In re 68 N. Y. 674 626

B & N. Y. R. R. Co. y. Brainard . . 9 N. Y. 100 844



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Buikbead v. Brown 25 Iowa, 640 • • . 844

Bank of Alabama v. Dalton .... 9 Howard, 522 716

Bank of Augusta v. Earle .... 18 Peters, 519 .... 327, 330, 481

Bank of Columbia v, Okely .... 4 Wheaton, 244 . . . . 540, 750, 860
Bank of Commerce u. City of New

York 2 Black, 620 268

Bank of Easton v. Commonwealth . 10 Fa. 442 663

Bank of Pennsylvania v. Common-

^ wealth 19 Pa, 144 661, 663, 666

Bank of Toledo v. City of Toledo . . 1 Ohio n. 8. 622 719

Bank Tax Case 2 Wallace, 200 258

Bank ». Allen 28 Copn. 97 842

V. Buckingham 5 Howard, 317 718

V. Commonwealth 10 Pa. 442 666

V. Fenno 8 WaUace, 588 250

w. Ibbotson 24 Wend. 473 879

V. Tumbull 16 Wallace, 190 1033

Barbier v, ConnoUy 113 U. S. 27 872

Barbour ». Barbour 46 Me. 9 826

BarcUy R. R. Co. V. Ingham . . . 36 Pa. St 194 . 351,896,401,403,412,

823

Barden v. Columbia Co 83 Wis. 445 265

Barhyte v. Shepherd 35 N. Y. 238 312

Barker v. The People 3 Cowen, 686 532

Barkley v.'GloTer 4 Met (Ky.) 44 703

V. Levee Commissioners . . 93 U. S. 258 640, 648

Barnes p. Barnes 8 N. C. 366 708,709

Barney v. Baltimore City .... 6 Wallace, 280 .. . 1027, 1028, 1097

V, Keokuk 94 U. S. 324 861, 370

V. Latham 103 U. S. 205 1094

Baron de Bode's Case 8 Q. B. 208 895

Barrington v. Potter Dyer, 816. fol. 67 1286

Barron v. Mayor of Baltimore ... 7 Peters, 243 508, 532, 538

Bartemeyer v. Iowa 18 Wallace, 129 . 614, 615, 773, 776, 779

Barter v. Commonwealth 3 Pa. 258 856

Barwick v. Thompson 7 Term Reps. 488 837

Bates r. Clark 95 U. S. 204 897,1061

r. The Iron Co 8 Cashing, 548 841

Baugher v. Nelson 9 Gill, 299 842

Bay V. Coddington 5 Johnson's Ch. 64 . . 447, 1108, 1113,

1117, 1118

Baylis v, TraveUers' Ins. Co. ... 118 U. S. 316 877

Beach v. Walker 6 Conn. 190 795

Bean v. Beckwith 18 Wallace, 510 972

Beardsley v. Smith 16 Conn. 868 880, 882

Beaamont v, Barrett 1 Moore P. C. 59 856

Beckert ». City of Allegheny ... 85 Pa. St. 191 305

BeckeU 9. Midland Railway Co. . . L. R. 3 C. P. 82 378

Beckford v. Wade 17 Vesey, 87 837

Bedford v. ShUUng 4 S. & R. 401 812

Beebee v. The State 6 Ind. 501 772, 774

Beekman v. Saratoga & Schenectady

R. B. Co. 3 Paige, 45 . . 279, 386, 839, 345. 346,

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Beer Co. p. Mastachasetts .... 97 U. S. 26 .602, 603, 608, 610, 611,

613, 767, 773, 776

Beers t;. Beers 4 Conn. 635 867

V, Botsford 3 Day, 169 882

i;. Haughton 9 Peters, 829 697

Belfast, The 7 Wallace, 624 . . 1004, 1006, 1008,

1009, 1010, 1011, 1012, 1017, 1019

Belgenland, The 114 U. S. 855 1016, 1017

Benjamin ». Storr L. R. 9 C. P. 400 378

Bentlej v. Long Dock Co 1 McCarter, 480 841

Berlin v. Oorham 84 N. H. 266 627

Bernards Township v. Stebbins .. . 109 U. S. 841 . . . 80d» 1027, 1028,

1097

Berry v. Ransdall 4 Met. (Ky.) 292 .. . 704, 714, 800

Bible Society p. Grove 101 U. S. 610 1029,1097

Bibmeyer t;. Evans 4 Wright, 824 699

Bicknell i;. Comstock 113 U. S. 149 794. 837

Biddle t*. Commonwealth 13 S. & R. 406 866, 868

V, Starr 9 Pa. 461 816

Blgelow, Ex parte 118 U. S. 828 1162

». Bemis 2 Allen, 496 842

V. Pritchard 21 Pick. 169 703

BilUngs V. Hall 7 Cal. 1 837

Bingham v. Cabot 8 Dallas, 382 1036

Bingham ton Bridge, The .... 3 Wallace, 61 . . 696, 609, 684, 788

Bird V. Brown 4 Ex. 786 809, 977

Birmingham p. Railway Co. ... 79 Ala. 466 663

Bissell V, Kankakee 64 III. 249 281

V. New York Central R.R. Co. 26 N. Y. 442 862

Bixby V. Goss 64 Mich. 661 871

Blackwood v. Van Vleet 11 Mich. 262 701

Blagge V. Miles 1 Story, 426 816, 822

Blair v. Cuming Ill U. S. 863 282, 287

p. Kilpatrick 40 Ind. 312 779

Blake p. McKim 103 U. S. 336 1028, 1094

Blanchard p. Sprag^e 3 Sumner, 636 813

p. Stephins 3 Cushing, 162 460

Bleakney p. Farmer's Bank .... 17 S. & R. 64 712, 788, 742

Bletz p. Columbia National Bank . . 6 Nonis, 87 ... . 1181, 1182, 11S4,

1229

Bloodgood p. M. & H. R. R. Co. . . 18 Wend. 9 871

Bloomington p. Miller 84 111. 621 349

Board of Health p. Hill 13 C. B. w. 8. 479 407,408

Board of Liquidation p. McComb 1063, 1067

Board of Trade Telegraph Co. p.

Bamett 107111.607 861

Boice p. Boice 27 Minn. 371 701

■ BoUman, Ex parU 4 Cranch, 76 1120, 1127

Bolton p. Johns 6 Barr, 146 762,801,804

Boom Co. p. Patterson 98 U. S. 408 849,1028

Booth p. Booth 7 Conn 360 796

Boothby p. The Railroad Co. ... 61 Me. 318 414

Boriep. Trott 6 Philadelphia, 366 . . 112,474,756,

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Bora V, Preston Ill U. a 262 . . 1028. 1034, 1035,

1169, 1173, 1184
Boeton & Lowell R. R. Co. v. Salem

& Lowell R. R. Co 2 Gray, 1 .... 624,626,684,783

Boston Water Power Co. v. B. & W.

R. R. Co. 28 Pickering, 360 626

Bowling Green r. Canon 10 Bush, 64 781

BowUbj r. Speer 81 N. J. 361 410

Bowman v. Smiley 7 Casey, 226 699

Box V. Jubb L. R. 4 Exch. Div. 76 409

Boyd V. Alabama 94 U. S. 646 610, 616

r. United States 116 U. S. 616 . 3,187,140.681,676,

830, 838, 836, 866, 800

Boyer, Ex parU 109 U. S. 629 ... . 1010, 1012, 1014

Boyle V. Zacharie 6 Peters, 348 676

Braddee v, Brownfleld 2 W. & S. 271 847

Bradlaugh r. Gossett 12 Q. B. Div. 271 187, 138

Bradley o. Arthur 4 B. & C. 292 961

V. Boston & Maine R. R Co. . 2 Cushing, 639 1114

r. Fisher 13 Wallace, 336 1203, 1204

Bradlie ». Maryhind Ins. Co. . . . 12 Peters, 878 1116

Bnidahaw r. The City of Omaha . . 1 Neb. 16 300

Bradwell v. The Sute 16 Wallace, 180 622

Brady r. Weeks 8 Barb. (N. Y.) 167 629

Branson v. City of Philadelphia .. 47 Pa. 829 ... . 692, 693, 696, 666

Brass Crosby's Case 3 Wilson, 188 138

Breitenbach V. Bash 8 Wright, 313 696

Breroort r. Grace 68 N. Y. 246 . 816,817,818,819,822

Brewer v. Kidd 23 Mich. 440 1225

r. New Gloucester 14 Mass. 216 881

V. Springfield 97 Mass. 162 872

Brewster v. Hough 10 N. H. 138 606

P.Syracuse 19N. Y. 116 812

Brick Presbyterian Church v. Mayor

of New York 6 Cowen, 688 618,662

Bridge Co. v, Hartford R. R. ... 17 Conn. 464 866, 360

p. The United States . . . . 106 U. S. 470 . . 886,867,388,891,

488, 477, 486, 496, 669, 756

Bridgeport 9. Hubbell 6 Conn. 287 796

Bridge Proprietors v, Hoboken Co. . 1 Wallace, 116 663, 788

Brig, Sarah Ann 2 Sumner, 206 104

Briges p. Sperry 96 U. S. 401 1034

Brinton r. Seerers 12 Iowa, 389 803

Briscoe V. Bank of Kentucky ... 11 Peters, 267 267

Brocket r. Ohio & Pennsylvania R. R.

Co 2 Harris, 241 118

Bronson v. Kinzie 1 Howard, 317 . . 690, 693, 701, 702,

7a3, 706, 708

Bronson v. Rodes 7 Wallace, 229 .. . 991, 1234, 1239

p. Woolsey 17 Johnston, 46 911

Brook p. Hook L.R. 6£xch. 89 841

Brooke r. New York, Lake Erie & H.

R. R. Co. 108 Penn. 629 . 449, 460, 727, 1108, 1109

Brooklyn Park f. Armstrong ... 46 N. Y. 234 889



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Brookman o. Hamill 48 N. Y. 554 1005, 1017

Brooks V, Commonwealth .... 61 Pa. 362 761, 909

V. Missomi 124 U. S. 894 1086

BroughtoD V. Pensacola 93 U. S. 266 686, 641

Brown, Ex parte 5 B. & S. 280 866

V. Colorado 106 U. S. 96 1093

V. Compton ....... 8 Term Rep. 424 014

V, Houston 114 U. S. 622 262

V. Huger 21 Howard, 806 .. . 891, 897, 1061

V, Hummel 6 Pa. 86 600, 762, 763

0. Keene -8 Peters, 112 1034

r. Maryland 12 Wheaton, 419 ... . 262, 467, 468

-©.Powell 25 Pa. St 229 866

. V, United States 8 Cranch, 110 947, 948



Bruenr. Ogden 6 Halstead, 870 1195

Bruggerman v. True 26 Minn* 128 871

Bryant p. Rich 106 Mass. 180 1031,1104

Buck i;. Colbath 8 Wallace, 384 .1033,1192,1196,1197,

1198, 1218, 1227

Buckingham v. Smith 10 Ohio, 288 340

Buckwalter v. United States ... 11 S. & R. 193 1229

Buffalo R. R. Co. v. Buffalo .... 5 Hill, 209 767

U.Ferris 26 Texas, 688 870

Buffalo u. Webster 10 Wend. 99 781

Bulkley v. New York & New Haven

R. R. Co 27 Conn. 479 768

Bullen V. Baker 8 Greenl. 390 062

Bunn V. Gorgas 5 Wright, 441 693, 694, 695

Bnrch p. Newbury ION. Y. 374 889,845

Burdett r. Abbot 14 East, 1 188,866

Burgess v. SeUgman 107 U. S. 20 447

Burlington, Cedar Rapids, & Northern

R. R. Co. V. Dunn 122 U. 8. 515 ... . 1089, 1091, 1102

Burlington v, Beasley 94 U. S. 810 282, 287

Burnett v. Sacramento 12 Cal. 76 863

Burnham v. Morrissey 14 Gray, 226 867

Buron r. Denman 2 Ex. 166 . .915,916,977,1131.1187,

1138, 1178

Burroughs v, Housatonic B. B. . . 16 Conn. 124 404

Burt V. Harrah 65 Iowa, 643 868

1?. The Merchants Insurance Co. 106 Mass. 366 835,1188

Burton's Appeal 67 Pa. 213 822

Bush V. Kentucky 107 U. S. 110 1122

Bushnell v. Kennedy 9 Wallace, 387 1027

Busk V. Royal Ins. Co 2 B. & Aid. 78 1116

Butchers' Association v. Crescent City 16 Wallace, 42 . . 580, 610, 611, 619,

766, 766, 767, 774, 777, 778, 779, 780

Butler V, Palmer 1 Hill, 324 .... 701, 813, 841

V, PennsylvanU 10 Howard, 402 . . 622, 627, 688. 660

r. Supervisors 26 Mich. 22. 278,270,283,290,886,344

17. Toledo 5 Ohio St 225 807

V. Worcester 112 Mass. 641 .... 867, 869, 872

Butz V, Muscatine 8 Wallace, 575 . . 647, 696, 721, 722

Byers i;. Olney 16 IlL 85 773



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C.

C. Aoctme, The 20 Fed. Hep. 642 1015

Calder v. BoU 8 Dallas, 386 . 647, 648, 669, 663, 666,

711.738,744,846

Calder v. Halkett 8 Moore, P. C. C. 28 928

Callo. Hagger 8 Mass. 423 880

Calrert v. Qordon 8 M. & R. 124 1114

CalTin's Case 7 Coke, 1 672. 1129, 1130

Cambria Iron Co, v. Ashbum . . . 118 U. $. 64 1029,^1097

Campanari r. Woodburn 16 C. B. o. a. 400 ...... 1116

CampbeU V. Holt 116 U.S. 620. . . 794,836,887,838,

839,842

Campbell v. The State 9 Terg. (Tenn.) 388 667

». Webb .' UMd. 471 914

Canal & Claiborne Streets B. B. Ca

9, Hart 114 U. S. 664 1094

Canal Appraisers v. The People . . 17 Wend. 671 m . 390

Canal Co. o. The People 6 Wend. 423 892

Cancemi v. State 18 N. Y. 128 869

Cannon r. United SUtes 116 U. S. 66 1146

CapeGhrardeaop.Renfroe .... 68 Mo. 266 872

Card well v. The Bridge Co 113 U. S. 206 464, 499

Carleton r. The People 10 Mich. 260 25

Carlisle v. United States 16 Wallace, 147 1127

Carpenter v. Pennsjlrania .... 17 Howard, 466 648, 741

». The ProT. Ins. Co. . . . 16 Peters, 496 . .446,447,727,1108,

1111

Carratt v. Morley 1 Q. B. n. 8. 18 914

Carson v. Carson 4Q Miss. 349 669

V. Dunham 121 U. S. 421 1090

V, Hyatt 118 U. S. 279 . . 1089, 1090, 1094, 1102

Carter u. Greenhow 114 U. S. 317 1066

Carton p. Illinois Central B. B. . . 69 Iowa, 148 477. 478

Case of Armes Popham. 121 907

Case of Monopolies 11 Coke, 84 774, 780

Case r. Dean 16 Mich. 13 801

V, Danmore 28 Pa. 93 699

Cassldy v. SoUiyan 64 Cal. 266 872

Castle V. Bnllard 23 Howard, 172 877

Cattriqne ». Imrie 8 C. B. n. a. 1 1018

CatUn p. HnU 21 Vt. 162 818



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