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conduct is clearly within a precisely stated legislative test of
criminality, yet the legislative department can not create, nor
directly or indirectly authorize court or jury to create ex post
facto standards of guilt, and the attempt to confer, upon

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First published in Holland, 1773, and the first English edition published m 1775.

423



OBSCENE LITERATURE AND CONSTITUTIONAL LAW.

courts or juries, such prohibited legislative discretion, is
unconstitutional. Accordingly all laws against "obscene"
literature or art are, because the statutes do not prescribe the
standards of criminality, attempts to delegate to juries the
legislative authority to create ex post facto criteria of guilt,
and, therefore, are void.



424




TABLE OF CASES ARISING UNDER "OBSCENITY
KINDRED STATUTES



AND



ENGLISH.
Reg. vs. Read, Fortesque 98 (A.

D. 1708;
Kings vs. Curl, 2 Strange, 788

(A. D. 1727)
Rex. vs. Benfield, (1760) 2 Burrows

980
eg. vs. Grey, 4 Foster & Fin-

lason, 73
Rex. vs. Carlile, 3 B, and A. 167
Rex. vs. Carlile, i Cox C. C. 229
Regina vs. Hfcklin, L. R. 3 Q. B.

369
Reg, vs. Wolverhampton, 18 L. T.

395
Rex. vs. Vantandillo, 4 Maul & S.

73
Queen vs. Sanders & Hitchcock,

(1875) Vol. I., L. R. Q. B. 15
Dugdale vs. Queen, i Ellis & Bl.

435
Regina vs. Bradlaugh, L. R. 3 Q.

B. Div. 607
Regina vs. Bradlaugh, L. R. 2. Q.

B. Div. 569

Steel vs. Brannon, L. R. 7 C. P. 261
Rex. vs. Greevey, i. M. & S. 273
WKegina vs. Grey, 4 Foster &
>* Finlason 73

U. S. SUPREME COURT.
Exparte Jackson, 96 U. S. 727.
U. S. Chase, 135 U. S. 255.
In re Rapier, 143 U. S. no

" Dupree, 143 U. S. no
Grim vs. U. S. 156 U. S. 604-15

Sup. Ct. Rep. 470
Rosen vs. U. S. 161 U. S. 29
Swearingen vs. U. S. 161 U. S. 446
Andrews vs. U. S. 162 U. S. 420

aff. 58 Fed. 86 1
Price vs U. S. 165 U. S. 311;

17 Sup. Ct. Rep. 366.
Dunlop vs. U.* S. 165 U. S. 486 ;
17 Sup. Ct. Rep. 375-41 L. Ed.

Clearing House vs. Coyne, 194

U. S. 497-5o8

Burton vs. U. S. 202 U, S. 344
School of Magnetic Healing vs.

McAnnulty, 187 U. S. 94



INFERIOR U. S. COURTS.
U. S. vs. Clayton, 2 Dillon, 219

F. C. 14814
U. S. vs. Foote, Fed. Case No.

15128-13 Blatch C. C. R. 420
U. S. vs. One Case Steroscopic

Slides, i Sprague 464 ; Fed.

Case, No. 15927.
U. S. vs. Bott, ii Blatchford C. C.

R. 346 ; Fed. Case No. 14626
U. S. vs. Whitehead, ii Blatch 349
U. S. vs. Bennett, 16 Blatchford

388 ; F. C. 14571.
U. S. vs. Whittier. Fed. Case,

16688 (1878)
U. S. vs. Pratt, 2 Am. L. T. R.

228 ; Fed. C. No. 16082
U. S. vs. Kelly , 3 Sawyer, 566 ; Fed.

Case, 15514 (Prev. & Abort.)
U. S. vs. Nolke, i F. R. 426
U. S. vs. Williams, 3 F. R. 484
Bates vs. U. S. 10 Fed. R. 92.
U. S. vs. Smith, ii F. R. 664
U. S. vs. Loftis, 12 Fed. R. 671
U. S. vs. Kaltmeyer, 16 F. R. 760
U. S. vs. Gaylord, 17 F. R. 438
U. S. vs. Hanover, 17 F. R. 444
U. S. vs. Britton, 17 F. R. 731
U. S. vs. Morris, 18 F. R. 900
U. S. vs. Chesman, 19 F. R. 497
U. S. vs. Commerford, 25 F. R.

902

U. S. vs.
U. S. vs.
U. S. vs.
U. S. vs.
U. S. vs.
Ex parte
U. S. vs.
U. S. vs.
U. S. vs.
U. S. vs.
U. S. vs.
U. S. vs.
U. S. vs.
U. S. vs.
U. S. vs.
U. S. vs.
U. S. vs.
U. S. vs.
U. S. vs.



Thomas, 27 Fed. 682
Chase, 27 Fed. R. 807
Bebout, 28 F. R. 522
Wightman, 29 F. R. 636
Slenker, 32 F. R. 691
Doran 32 F. R. 76
Harman,34 F. R. 872.
Mathias,* F. R. 892.
Clarke, 37 F. R. 106
Davis, 38 F. R. 326
Clarke, 38 F. R. 500
Harman, 38 F. R. 827
Huggett, 40 F. R. 636
Wahll, 42 F. R. 822
Clark, 43 F- R- 574-
Bethea, 44 F. R- *2
Harman, 45 F. R. 414
Smith, 45 F. R. 477
Grimm, 45 F. R. 558



425



CASES ARISING UNDER "OBSCENITY" AND KINDRED STATUTES.



U. S. vs. Durant, 46 F. R. 753
U. S. vs. Grimm, 50 F. R. 528
U. S. vs. Martin, 50 F. R. 918
U. S. vs. Harman, 50 F. R. 921
U. S. vs. Males, 51 F. R. 41
U. S. vs. Wilson, 58 F. R. 768
U. S. vs. Andrews, 58 F. R. 861
U. S. vs. Warner, 59 F. R. 355
U. S. vs. Adams, 59 F. R. 676-

677 Cpi

U. S. vs. Jarvis, 59 F. R. 357
U. S. vs. Andrews,' Q9 F. R. 36 1 *
U. S. vs. Nathan, 61 F. R. 936
U. S. vs. Ling, 61 F. R. 1001
U. S. vs. Re|d, 73 F. R. 289
U. S. vs. Lamkin, 73 F. R. 459-463
U. S. vs. Janes, 74 F. R. 545
U. S. vs Brazeau, 78 F. R. 464
U. S. vs. Timmons, 85 F. R. 204 ;

30 C. C. A. 79, and notes
Saffer vs. U. S. 31 C. C. A. I.;

87 F. R. 329

U. S. vs. Tubbs, 94 F. R. 356
U. S. vs. Clifford, 104 F. R 296
U. S. vs. DeGignac, 113 F. R. 197;

C. C. A. IfrLFV^J
Konda vs. U.S.-HfrF.* R*-,
U. S. vs. Harris, 122 F. R. 551'
U. S. vs. Wyatc, 122 F. R. 316
Harvey vs. U. S. lay Fad. 3^
U. S. vs. Moore, 129 F. R. 159
U. S. vs. Wroblenski, 118 F. R. 49!
U. S. vs. Wroblenski, 129 F. R. 162
U. S. vs. Coleman, 131 F. R. 151-

152 (N. Y).
U. S. vs. Pupke, 133 F. R. 243

(Prev.).
(U. S. vs. Sherman see Com-

stock's Brief 33)
Burton vs. U. S. 142 F. R 57 C.

C. A.
Demoli vs. U. S. 144 Fed. 363 C.

C. A.

Rinker vs. U. S. 151 Fed. R. 755
Hanson vs. U. S. 157 F. R. 749
Shepard vs. U. S. 160 F. R. 584
U. S. vs. Macfadden, 165 F. R. 51
Knowlee vs. U. S. 170 F. R. 409

ALABAMA
Henderson vs. State, 63 Ala. 193

CALIFORNIA
Peop. vs. Zuell, 82 Pac. 1128

CONNECTICUT
Knowles vs. Conn. (1808; 3 Day 103

GEORGIA

Dillard vs. State, 41 Ga. 279
Montross vs. State, 72 Ga. 261
Brigman vs. State, 123 Ga. 505 ; f

51 S. E. Rep 504
State vs. Kelly, 55 S. E. Rep 482
Redd vs. State, 67 S. E. 709



ILLINOIS
People vs. McNair, 89 111. 441. j:

Cent. Law J. 235
Fuller vs. People, 92 111. 182

INDIANA

Mcjunkin vs State, 10 Ind. (1858) f . '
Ardery vs. State, 56 Ind. 328
Thomas vs. State, 2 N. E. Rep.
808 ; 103 Ind. 419

MASSACHUSETTS

People vs. Holmes, 17 Mass. 336

(1821)

People vs. Tarbox. i. Cush, 66
Com. vs. Kneeland, 20 Pick. 206
Com. vs. Dejardin, 126 Mass. 46
Com. vs. Wright, 139 Mass. 382.

I. N. E. Rep. 411
Com. vs. McCance, 164 Mass. 162;

29 L. R. A. 61.
Com vs. Buckley, 200 Mass. 346

MICHIGAN
Peop. vs. Giradin i Mich, 90

). vs. Harris, 13 Detroit Legal
News; 107 N. W. 715

MISSOURI
State vs. Appling (1857) 4 Jones'

Mo. R. 315

Williams vs. State, 4 Mo. 480
Edgar vs. McCutchan, 9 Mo. 768

NEW JERSEY

Larison vs. State, 49 N. J. L. 256.

60 Am. Rep. 606
State vs. Goldstein, 72 N. J. Law

336 62 Atl. Rep. ioc6
State vs. Hill, 73 N J. Law 77 ; 62

Atl. R. 936

NEW YORK

People vs. Muller, 32 Hun. 209-
96,, N. Y. 4o8, 4 48^-A. Rep.

635-
People vs. Justice of Special

Session*, 10 Hun. 224
People vs. Hallenbeck, 52 How.

Pr. 502 .c/

People vs. Daniley, 63 Hun. 579 - *
Matter of Worthington, Co ., 62 St.

Rep. 115; 30 N. Y. Sup. 361;

(24 L. R. no note)
People vs. Jake Berry, i. N. Y.

Crim. R. 43
People vs. Eastman, Law Jour.

June 7, 1907. 188 N. Y. 478
People vs, Daly, N. Y. Law Jour.

July 9, 1907, and June 17, 1907
St. Hubert's Guild >-s. Quinn, tS-^.



426



//r



CASKS ARISING UNDER "OBSCENITY" AND KINDRED STATUTES.



NORTH CAROLINA.
State vs. Toole, 106 N. C. 736 ; n
S. E. Rep. 168.

OHIO

State v;s. Zjjriiorst, 79.N- 238



* * w *-"/ ^r j * ^

PENNSYLVANIA
Com. vs. Sharpless, 2 Searg. & R.

9 1

Com. vs. Landis, 8 Phila. 453
Barker vs. Com. (1852) 19 Pa. R.

412

RHODE ISLAND
State vs. Smith, 17 R. I. 371

SOUTH CAROLINA
Phulen vs. State Va., 8 Howard,

i68(S. C.)
Union Co. vs. Landing Co. 4 S. C.

652



TENNESSEE
Peel or Bell vs. State, (1851) i

Swan's Term. R. 42.
Brooks vs. State (1831) 2 Yerg.

482-483
Nolin vs. Mayor, 4 Yerg. (12 Tenn.)

163
State vs. Pennington, 5 Lea, 506.

TEXAS
State vs. Hanson, 23 Tex. Cr.

App. 232

Smith vs State, 24 Tex. Cr. App. i
Griffin vs. State, 43 Tex. Cr. App.

428
Huffman vs. State, 49 Tex. Cr.

Rep. 319 ; 92. S. W. Rep. 419

VERMONT

State vs. Brown, i Williams (27

Vermont) 619
State vs. Bacon, 41 Vt. 526.



427



Abbott, Dr. Lyman, 63.

Abolitionist Literature in the Mails,
139.

Abridgable Freedom bv Permission,
165.

Abridgable versus Unabridgable
Liberty, 98, 159, 165, 203, 206, 208,
212, 214, 218, 225, 227, 233, 238-39.

Abridging Intellectual Freedom, 74.

Abuse of Freedom, The, 81, 150.

Act of State of Virginia, 229.

Actual and Material Injury, 408.

Actual versus Constructive Crimes,
22.

Acute Eroto-Mania Akin to Prudery,
113.

Adamites or Picards, The, 34, 264.

Adams, John, 368.

Adler, Professor Felix, 294.

Adultery Less Offensive than Em-
ployment of Men Physicians, 266.

Adverse Judicial and Popular Pre-
disposition, 24.

African Virgins, 262.

Agricultural Department of the
United States, 276.

Alien and Sedition Law, 229.

Allibone, Samuel Austin (foot-note),
226.

All Obscenity is in the Viewing Mind,
258.

"Almost Fourteen," 63.

Ambiguous Statutes, 403.

Ambiguous Statutes Judicially
Amended, 352.

Ambrose, Saint, 305.

American and English Market for
French Prurient Literature, 122.

American Journal of Eugenics, 68.

American Medical Association, 52,
53, 68.

American Public Health Association,
53.

American Society of Sanitary and
Moral Prophylaxis, 121.

Ammon and His Wife, 265.

Anabaptists at Amsterdam, 265.

Analyzing the General Term "Ob-
scene," 273-74.

Angus, H. Crawford, 322.

Another Law-induced Fraud, 120.

Antecedent Historical Controversies,
212.

Antithetical Writings of an English
Author, 267.



Any Inquisition Into Opinions, Means

All, 93.

Any Tyranny Possible Under "Im-
proper Conduct," 366.
Appeal to Judges, An, 10.
Approval of "Obscenity" Laws a

Matter of Emotions, 26.
Aquinas, Thomas, 285.
Arab Pederasts and Modesty, 260.
Arbitrary Power, not the "Abuse" of

it, the Evil, 257.
Archbishop of Canterbury, 259.
Ardhelm, English Saint, 262.
Arena, The, 280.
Areopagitica, The, 220, 233.
Are Words Obscene per se? 335.
Aristotle, 368-9.
Aristotle, Sphere of Religion and

Ethics, 285.
Arkansas Courts, 166.
Armenian Women of Southern

India, 248.

Art Students League, The, 49, 308.
As to Obscenity on Suspicion, 331.
Auckland, Lord, 376.
Augustine, Saint, 265, 305.
Authority Destroying Liberty, 97.
Azimba Land, Nudity in, 322.
Bacon's Separation of Ethics and

Religion, 285.
Bad Books Always Injure Others,

not Ourselves, 102.
Bailey's Dictionary, 107.
Bakedi Women and Clothes, 322.
Baptism of Agilulf and Theodelinda,

Basis of Moral Snobbery, 122.
Batchelor, Rev. Dr., 284.
Bayle, Peter, 107-111, 302, 304, 317.
Beall, Dr. Edgar C, 57.
Beaumont and Fletcher, 41.
Beccaria, 373-75.
Beecher, Henry Ward, 62.
Beghards and Beguines, The, 264.
Beginnings of Suppression, The, 42.
Belief Not a matter of Volition, 87.
Believe in Obscenity is to Find It,

To, 255.

Bennett, D. M., 45, 313.
Bentham, Jeremy, 235-36.
Benzinger's Library of Science, 244.
Bertillon. Doctor, 61.
Best, Chief Justice, 393.
Bible Communists of Oneida, 113.
Bible, The, 43, 74, 78-9, 109, 111, 216,

255, 275, 282, 284, 309-10-11.



429



INDEX.



Bible. (The), Judicially Declared

Obscene, 65.
Blackstone, 40, 170, 205, 225, 227-9,

253, 348, 380-1, 386.
Blackstone and His Critics, 225.
Blackstone's Limited Outlook, 226.
Blasphemy, 45, 181, 192, 209.
''Blunted Sensibilities" may be De-
sirable, 256.
Boast of Professional Vice-Hunters,

29.

Boccaccio, 50.
Bonaparte, Napoleon, 145.
Boutrier, President, 304.
Brahmin (The), and the Law of

Manu. 284.

Brazilian Indian Women, 246.
Brethren and Sisters of the Free

Spirit, 264.

Bingham, Police Commissioner, 56.
British Courts (The) and Contempt,

173.

Buchanan, Senator, 140.
Buddha, 283.
Bulkley, D., 126.
Buller, Justice, 419.
Bundling Habit in New England, 262.
Bundling in Christian Russia, 263.
Burns' "Merry Muses," 50.
Burton, Robert, 306, 321.
Butler, Dr. Geo. R, 62.
Butler, U. S. Judge, 314.
Calhoun, John C, 139.
California Courts, 167.
Caligula, 407-8.
Calvin, John, 219.

Capitulars of Pepin, 17th art.. 304.
Carlile, Richard, 380-1.
Carpenter, Edward, 296.
Catherine, Wife of Peter the Great,

264.
Catholic's (The) "Permanent Oracle

of the Divine Will," 284.
Causes of Constructive Crimes, 343.
Censorship Before Publication, After,

or Both? 158.
Censorship not Limited to Inter- State

Commerce. 12.

Censorship of Mails, The, 232.
Certain Mohammedan Women and

Modesty, 259.
Certainty Essential to Validity of

"Obscenity" Statute, 363.
Certainty in Civil and Political

Statutes, 387.
Certainty Required by Modern

Authorities, 384.
Change of Words Without Change

of Ideas. 106.
Changes Wrought by Scientific

Progress, 244.

"Chastity of Our Records," 302.
Chastity, Where Demand for is to

be Sought, 290.



Chinese and a Moral Code, 285.
Chinese Penal Code, 395, 399.
Chinese Women's Conception of

Modesty, 259.
Christian Missionaries' Concession

to Polygamy, 291.

Christian Sects that Made Promiscu-
ous Nudity a Virtue and Duty, 263.
Christian's Reverence for His Bible,

284.

Chrysostom, Saint, 262, 306-7.
Ciampmi's Illustration of Early

Custom, 264.
Civil War Among Moral Sectarists,

113.

Clark's Marriage Guide, 57.
Classifying Mail Matter, and Classi-
fying Recipients, 23.
Clay, Henry, 139.
Clement of Alexandria, 267, 305.
Clement of Rome on Ideals of

Modesty, 267.
Cleveland, President, 157.
Clifford, W. Kingdon, 286.
Coke, Lord, 35, 144, 375, 377, 386.
Colgate, Samuel, 309.
Collet, Collet Dobson, 231.
Colorado Courts, 169.
Committee of Fifteen, 294.
Comstock, Anthony, 59, 62, 103, 118.

123, 255, 308-9, 314, 338.
Comstockery, 101-2, 123.
Concerning "Moral Poison," 301.
Conclusion from Judicial Decisions

(Chap. X), 203.
Concurrence of Moral Zealots.

Courts, and Legislatures, 155.
Confessional Unmasked," "The, 55.
Confident Clean-Mindedness, 30.
Conflict as to the Nude in Art, 306.
Conflicting Viewpoints, 158.
Conflicts as to "Taste" and "Shocks'*

as Tests, 334.
Congres International de Medicine.

251.
Congress Cannot Control Other Than

Mail Transportation, 19.
Congress Limited, Parliament Not.

160, 212.

Congressman Merriam, 49.
Congress May Establish Mail Routes.

Not Regulate Ideas, 134.
"Conjugial Love," 61.
Connecticut Courts, 171.
Conscience an Unsafe Guide, 115.
Conscious Modesty of Imitation

Through Cowardice, 316-17.
Constitutional Design of the Fra-

mers, 210.

Constitutionality of Our Moral Cen-
sorship, 17, 23.
Constitution Effective Bar If, 344.



430



Constitution, The, 11, 13, 17-8-9, 25,
32-3, 51, 62, 75, 97-8-9, 129, 150,
157-8, 160, 162-3, 165, 193, 199, 210,
212, 228, 230, 234-5, 344, 349-50-1,
353, 385, 403, 416.

Constructive Offenses, Classes of,
15, 402.

Constructive Offenses (No) in Eng-
lish and American Law, 393, 395,
402.

Contempt for Constitutions, 156.

Contradiction as to "Knowingly" in
Indictment, 331.

Conventional Modesty Repugnant to
Women. 318.

Convictions Not Based on a General
Law, 14.

Cooper, Professor Thomas, 91, 380.

Copernicus. 252.

Courts, and Expediency of Laws, 25.

Courts Can Declare Law, Not Create
It. 347. 393.

Courts can Not Make the Language
for the Law-Making Power, 388.

Courts (The) on Origin of Modesty.
243.

Craddock and Stockham Cases, 58.

Craddock, Ida, 58.

Crime Predicated Upon Mere Psy-
chologic Factors, 351.

Crime to Teach Real Sexual Science,
43.

Criminal Libel Procedure. Its His-
tory. 417-22.

Criteria of Guilt. Lack of or Con-
tradictory, 329.

Criteria of Obscenity Legislating
Into Existence, 51.

Critical Studv of Fundamentals, 143.

Cullom. Senator, 157.

"Cupid's Yokes," 46, 312-13-14.

Cyprian on Mixed Bathing, 268; on
Inspection, 305.

Danaeus, Baronius, 263.

Dangers of Liberty, 127.

Danger of Partisan Definitions, 146.

Danger of Precedents, 143.

Danger of Private Judgment. The. 78.

Danger of Precedents, 143.

Danger of Private Judgment, The. 78.

"Dangerous" Opinions. 92.

"Dangerous Speed," ''Dangerous
Tendencies," Not Judicially De-
terminable, 362-63.

D'Arbissell. Robert. 262.

Darwin. Charles, 247, 319.

Davenport. "Powers of Reproduc-
tion," 304.

Davis, Senator John. 140.

Dean of St. Asaph, 183, 418.

Decameron, 308.

Declaration of Independence, 224,
228. 236.



Declaration of Independence in
ipines, 97.

Defendant's Attorney an Ally of the
Prosecution. 30.

Defense Helpless in Face of Moral-
istic Odium, 28.

Defense of Freedom, by John Milton,
220.

Defense of the Censorship, In, 219.

Defective Human Nature of Judges,

DeYleury, Doctor, 289, 298.

Defoe, Daniel, 41.

De Lolme. Jean L., 423.

Demand for Certainty Always Made,
237.

Departmental Legislation, 62.

Desire to Persecute, The, 76.

Despotic Power, Not Purpose to
Merely Transfer, 371.

Devens, Attorney-General of Massa-
chusetts, 313.

Difficulty in the Application, 409.

Disastrous Effects of the Censorship,
73.

Discrimination in Admission to Mails.
132.

Disputants Classified, 213.

Disregard and Misuse of Evidence,
95.

Disrupting old Convictions, 252.

Divergent Views of Sex Problems
by Christian Sectarists, 285.

Dixon, William Hepworth, 264.

Doctrine of Freedom of Will Becom-
ing Obsolete, 88.

Dodd, Mead & Co., 63, 64.

Does the Deposit Complete the Of-
fense? 331.

Dogmatic Sex-Morality of Religion,
The. 290.

Donisthorpe, Wordsworth, 31, 295.

Double Standard (The) in 18th Cen-
tury, 267.

Doukhobors, The. 265.

Drummond. Professor, 79.

Druses, Incest and Veils. 322.

Dryden. John, 41.

Du Maurier, G. L. P. B.. 306-7.

Due Process of Law, 15, 16, 31, 238,
279, 344, 349-50, 352-53-54, 357-58,
360-61, 363-64, 367, 370-71-72, 375-
76 383-84-85-86, 390, 394, 396-97,
-101-02. 412, 414-15, 417, 423.

Different Conceptions of Modesty
All About Us, 274.

Dynamite in the Mails, 21.

Early Law-Writers on Meaning of
"Law." 372.

Earlv Theory as to Free Speech, The,
208.

Early Writers on the Necessity of
Law, 368.



4.V



INDEX.



Economy of Happiness, The, 287.

Editorial Liberty in Idaho, 97.

Edwards, Rev. Jonathan, 120, 315.

Eighteenth Century Notions of
Woman's Demeanor, 266.

Elementary Principles, and Lawyers
and Courts, 9.

Ellenborough, Lord, 183, 205.

Ellis, Dr. Havelock, 70, 268, 278, 296,
317, 320, 321, 339.

Emotional Disapproval of Intellectual
Liberty, 154.

Empty Verbalisms, 315.

English and American Systems Dif-
fer, 159.

Epiphaneus, Saint, 263.

Equal Religious and Moral Liberty,
85.

Erskine, Thomas, 40, 145, 205, 214,
237, 377-78, 418-19-20-21-22.

Establish Post Offices and Post
Roads," "To, 130.

Ethical Culture Movement, The. 283.

Ethical Sentimentalizing Merely, 107.

Ethics as the Heart of Religion, 284.

Ethics of Science, 285.

Ethnographic Study of Modesty
Syllabus, 258.

Etiology of Despotism, The, 42.

Euphemisms Versus Honest English,
104.

Even Seemings of Judicial Calm
Abandoned, 24.

Everett, Professor, 284, 286.

Evidence Aliunde, 331.

Evolutionary Development of Ju-
ridical History, 417.

Evolution in Religion, 245.

Evolution Toward Medical Books,
The, 53.

Excessive Modesty Conjoined With
Perverted Sexuality, 324.

Explicitness in Law Destroys "Dis-
cretion," 375.

E.v Post Facto Standards, 16, 217,
237-38, 276, 315, 358, 360. 363, 369,
371-72, 380, 411-12-13, 416-17, 424.

Expressing Judges' Emotional Bias
Only, 204.

Extirpation of the Scientific Litera-
ture of Sex, 70.

Ezekial, Reading of, 311.

"Fables for the Female Sex," 321.

Fact, Argument, Ridicule, the Only
Weapons, 86.

Fact or Law? 329.

Falling from Grace to Keep Hens
in Convent Inclosure, 268.

Fear of Expression Most Disastrous,
80.

Federalist Party, The, 229.

Felkin, Dr. R. W., 322.

Fere, Charles, Pathology of the Emo-
tions, 269.



Few Can Reason Calmly on Sex, 31.
Few Have Same Experiences; Hence

Few Have Same Outlook, 277.
Fielding, Henry, 41, 310.
Field, Justice, 200.

Field-Museum Importations, 72.

Fifth Amendment of the Constitu-
tion, 353.

First Advance, Tyranny by the Laws,
366.

First Appearance in English Case
of Modern Conception, 40.

First Articulations of Infant Liberty,
216.

First English Case Following Amer-
ican Rev., 39.

Fiske, Prof. John, 88.

Fitness for "Moral" Instruction of
Children is Decisive, 334.

Fixed and Uniform Rule of Action,
379.

Florida Courts, 173.

Fortesque, Chief Justice, 36.

Foundation of Liberty, 93.

Fourth Amendment to the Constitu-
tion, 19.

Fourth Case Decided, 37.

Fourteenth Amendment to the Con-
stitution, 199.

Fox Libel Act, 17, 418, 422.

Franciscan Monks, 264.

Fraud and Lottery-Gambling, 134, 138.

Freedom of Speech Not Gift of
Sovereign, 144.

"Freedom of the Press" Its own
Interpretation, 164.

From Bawdry Pictures to Nudity in
Art and Sexual Anatomy, 49.

From "Obscene Blasphemy" to "Blas-
phemous Obscenity," 45.

"From the Bail-Room to Hell," 63.

Gage, Matilda Joslyn, 253, 263.

Garden-of-Eden Legend, 243.

Genesis of Legalized Bigotry, 76.

Genuine Prudery Founded Upon Ex-
cessive Lewdness, 114.

Gibbon, Edward, 262.

Gompers, Samuel, 146.

Gordon, Lord George, Case of, 377-8.

Gorgo, Wife of Leonidas, 259.

Gould, Rev. S. Baring, 120.

Gourmont, Remy de, 303.

Government de Facto, 369.

Government, de Jure, 369.

Government of Laws and Not of
Men, 392.

Grand Remonstrance, The, 419, 422.

Greatest Happiness Principle, The,
287.

Great Exactness Required in Ex-
pressing Legislative Intent, 356.

Habas Corpus . Writ of. 371.

Hale, Sir Matthew, 36, 253. 377.

Hall. President G. Stanley. 120. 289.



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INDEX.



Hall, Rev. Robert, 228-29.

Hamilton, Alexander, 379.

Hampden, John, 8.

Harper's Magazine, 25.

Harrington, James, 369.

Hawkins, "Pleas of the Crown," 40.

Hayes, Pres. Rutherford B., 313.

Helvetius, Claude A., 320.

Henrotin, Dr. Fernard, 53.

Heywood, E. H., 312-13.

Hicklin, Case of, 55.

Hieronymus, Saint, 48.

Hill, Sergeant, 33, 143.

Historical and Scientific Interpreta-
tion of "Law" is Perpetuated by
Our Constitutions, 384.

Historical Interpretation of "Law" in
Relation to Statutory Certainty,
365.

Historical Perspective Necessary to
Correct Interpretation, 159, 239.

Historical Synthesis of Common Ele-
ments, 164.

Hindoos and a Moral Code, 285.

Holmes, Justice O. W., 224.

Holt, Chief Justice, 34, 144, 198.

Holyoake, George Jacob, 231.

Horsley, Bishop, 227-28.

Hospitals and Venereal Disease, 54.

Hostile Predisposition Concerning
the Author's Contentions, 26.

How Far May Congress Discriminate
Among Mail-Recipients? 137.

How Is the Implied Power Limited?
132.

"Human Sexuality," 71, 308.

Humboldt, William von, 294.

Hunt, Albert R, 63, 64.

Hyperestheticism and Education, 275.

Ignorance of Sexual Psychology In-
capacitates Judgment, 29.

Ignorance of the Medical Profession,
116.

Illinois Courts, 173.

Illogical Processes of American
Judges, 163.

"Immodesty" no Provocative, 320.

Immoral Influence on Addressee De-
cisive, 333.

Immoral Influence on Addressee Im-
material, 333.

Immoral Influence on Ordinary
Reader Decisive, 333.

Immoral Influence on the Most Lewd
Is Decisive, 333.

Immorality and Suicide of Suppres-
sion, 298.

Importance of Clear Distinctions
and Definitions, 292.

Importance of Legal Maxims, 378.

Incapacity Has No Moral Value, 323.

"Indecent, Filthy, and Disgusting,"
45, 357, 416.

Indiana Courts. 176.



Indiscreet Speeches and Crime, 373.

Individual Absurdities of the Modesty
Concept, 275.

Infallibility Must Precede Unanim-
ity, 92.

Inferior U. S. Courts, 199.

Injecting Exceptions Into the Consti-
tution, 149, 154, 161.

Innocent Victims of Venereal Infec-
tion, 126.

Instructive Precedents, 405.

Insuring Open-Mindedness in Our-
selves, 31.

Intellectual Association Makes for
Respect, 318.

Intellectual Immorality, 96.

Intent is Immaterial, 336.

Intent is Material, 336.

Intention to Regulate Psycho-Sexual
States, 137.

"Interpretation," What is It? 148.

Intolerance Defended by False Anal-
ogies, 83.

Iowa Courts, 177.

Iowa Medical Journal, 69.

Irreligion as an Alias of Treason,
209.

Irving, Washington, 262.

Is Modesty Innate and Uniform? 251.

Is Sexual Pleasure Evil in Itself?
293.

Issue Between Judges and Scientists,
251.

Is the Bible Criminally Obscene? 309.

Is the Implied Power to Regulate
Unlimited? 130.

Is the Statute Tautological? 330.
ack, Dr. George N., 72.
ackson, Andrew, 139, 381.
ackson, Exparte, 17.
ames, Prof. William, 30-31, 318.
apanese (The) and Ethics, 285.
apanese (The) and Modesty, 259.
efferson, Thomas, 79, 228-29-30.
erome, Saint, 262, 311.
esus, 283.

Journal of Am. Med. Ass'n, 52.

Jubilee Exhibition at Kyote, 259.

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