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This provision of the XIV Amendment is not all-compre-

hensive

The term “subject to its jurisdiction" defined

The doctrine of allegiance.

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Privileges and immunities of citizens of the United States

enumerated

224

The nationalization of civil liberty the first task in the post-

bellum readjustment

225

Doctrine of The Slaughter House Cases

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The dissenting opinion

227

Discussion of the doctrine of The Slaughter House Cases .

228-230

The inhibition of this clause directed against all the officers of

the commonwealth .

230

Doctrine of ex parte Virginia

231

4. The regulation of inter-commonwealth commerce, and commerce

with the Indian tribes is exclusively national

232

II. Immunities in regard to Private Property.

1. The inhibition against levying import tonnage or port dues, and

against taxing the necessary instrumentalities of the general gove

ernment, franchises conferred by the general government, and

receipts of inter-commonwealth traffic; the regulation of the

exercise of eminent domain

233

2. Against making anything but gold and silver a legal tender

234

3. Against restricting foreign and inter-commonwealth commerce

234

4. Against impairing the obligation of contracts

234

The prohibition directed against commonwealth constitution and

legislation.

234

Terms “contract,” “obligation" and " impair" defined

235

This provision enables a commonwealth to limit its power to alter

its judicial procedure .

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But not to limit its police power

237

It may limit the exercise of its taxing power

238, 239

But not of its power of eminent domain

239

The doctrine that there is no United States Common Law

240

The XI Amendment interposes a technical difficulty to the enforce-

ment of the XIV Amendment

240

Wise interpretation of the XI Amendment

241

Doctrine of Poindexter v. Greenhow The Virginia Coupon
Cases .

242, 243

5. Against depriving any person of property without due process of

law, and abridging the privileges and immunities of citizens of

the United States as to property

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6. Against exercising powers over matters exclusively national

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C. The Suspension of the Immunities.

Necessity for the suspension; temporary suspension of immunities in the

Ancient Germanic state.

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APPENDICES.

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TABLE OF CASES.

Anderson v. Dunn, ii 57.
Arrowsmith v. Harmoning, i 210, 231.

Dartmouth College v. Woodward, i 235.
Davis v. Gray, i 242.
Dobbins v. Commissioners of Erie

County, i 233; ii 153.
Dred Scott v. Sanford, i 219.

Edwards v. Kearzey, i 235, 237.
Effinger v. Kenney, i 237.
Elk v. Wilkins, i 223.

Bank Tax Cases, i 233; ii 153.
Barbier v. Connolly, i 213.
Beer Company v. Massachusetts, i 237.
Bigelow v. Forrest, i 189; ii 149.
Board of Liquidation v. McComb, i 242.
Bollman Ex parte, i 186.
Bollman and Swartwout Ex parte, i

189; . 148. Boom Company v. Patterson, i 239; ii

153.
Börs v. Preston, ii 239.
Boyd v. Alabama, i 237.
Boyd v. United States, i 188.
Boyle v. Zacharie, ii 146.
Bronson v. Kinzie, i 235, 236, 237.
Brown v. Maryland, i 233.
Burford Ex parte, i 187.

Fletcher v. Peck, i 235.
French, Trustee, v. Hay, ii 332.
Foster v. Neilson, ii 136.
Fox v. Ohio, ii 147.

Gardner v. The Collector, ii 256.
Garland Ex parte, i 186; ii 262.
Georgia v. Stanton, i 197; ii 165, 327.
Gilman v. Lockwood, ii 146.
Gloucester Ferry Company v. Penn,

ii 134, 135.
Green v. Biddle, i 236.
Gunn v. Barry, i 237.

Calder v. Bull, i 186.
California v. Central Pacific Railroad

Company, i 233.
Callan v. Wilson, i 188.
Cardwell v. American Bridge Company,

ii 138. Carlisle v. United States, ii 148. Cherokee Nation v. Georgia, ii 327. Cherokee Tobacco, ii 136. Chirac v. Chirac, ii 145. Chisholm v. Georgia, ii 325. Civil Rights Cases, i 203, 205; ii 326. Clark v. Barnard, i 241. Clinton v. Engelbrecht, ii 332. Coe v. Errol, i 198; ii 135. Cohens v. Virginia, i 241; ii 327, 331. Cole v. La Grange, i 233. Collector v. Day, i 193, 199; ii 151. Cooley v. Wardens of the Port of Phil

adelphia, ii 136. Cummings v. Missouri, i 201.

Hanauer v. Doane, ii 148.
Hawkins v. Barney, i 236.
Head Money Cases, i 199; ii 151.
Henderson et al. v. Mayor of New

York et al., i 232, 234; ii 135, 136.
Hollingsworth v. Virginia, i 149.
Hopt v. Utah, i 186.
Howard v. Bugbee, i 237.
Hurtado v. California, i 212.
Huse v. Glover, i 233.
Hylton v. United States, i 199; ii 151.

Jackson Ex parte, ii 139, 140.
Jefferson Branch Bank v. Skelly, i 238,

240.
Juillard v. Greenman, ii 142, 167.

Kilbourn v. Thompson, ii 57. Kring v. Missouri, i 186.

Loan Association v. Topeka, i 233. Louisiana v. New Orleans, i 235. Luther v. Borden, ii 165, 327.

Saint Tammany Waterworks v. New

Orleans Waterworks, i 235. Slaughter House Cases, i 221, 226. Sohn v. Watterson, i 236. Springer v. United States, ii 151. Stockale v. Hansard, ii 71. Stoutenburgh v. Hennick, ii 160. Strauder v. West Virginia, i 217. Sturgis v. Crowninshield, i 236; ii 146.

McCracken v. Hayward, i 235, 236, 237.
McCulloch v. Maryland, i 233; ii 153.
Mackin v. United States, i 187.
Marbury v. Madison, ii 329.
Martin v. Mott, ii 260.
Miller v. United States, ii 150.
Milligan Ex parté, ii 261.
Mississippi v. Johnson, ii 165, 245, 327.
Morgan Steamship Company v. Louisi-

ana Board of Health, ii 135, 136. Murray's Lessee v. Hoboken Land and

Improvement Company, i 198.

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National Bank v. County of Yankton,

ji 161. Neal v. Delaware, ii 42. Nelson v. St. Martin's Parish, i 235. New Orleans Gas Company v. Louisi

ana Light Company, i 234. New Orleans Waterworks Company v.

Louisiana Sugar Refining Company,

United States v. Bevans, i 186.

v. Coolidge, i 186.
v. Hudson, i 186.
v. Jones, i 198; ii 153.
v. Kagama, ii 139.
v. Lee, i 241.
v. Ortega, ii 329.
v. Railroad Company, ii 151.
v. Reese, ii 42.
v. Schurz, i 241.
v. Smith, ii 133.

v. The Pirates, ii 134. University v. People, i 238.

i 234.

New Orleans Waterworks Company v.

Rivers, i 235. New York City v. Miln, i 213; ii 135.

Ogden v. Saunders, ïi 146.
Osborn v. United States Bank, ii 325.

Parkersburg v. Brown, i 233.
Paul v. Wisconsin, i 235.
Pembina Mining Company v. Pennsyl-

vania, i 211. Pennoyer v. Neff, i 211. Pensacola Telegraph Company v. West

ern Union Telegraph Company, ii

Van Brocklin v. Tennessee, i 233; ii

153.
Vanhorne v. Dorrance, i 235.
Virginia Coupon Cases, ii 166, 327.
Virginia Ex parte, i 208, 210, 230.

140.

Poindexter v. Greenhow, ii 331.
Presser v. Illinois, 155.
Prize Cases, ii 133, 150.

Wabash etc. Railroad Company v. Illi

nois, i 232, 233, 234; ii 137.
Walker v. Whitehead, i 235.
Ward v. Maryland, i 230.
Watson v. Jones, i 228.
Wells Ex parte, ii 262.
Welton v. Missouri, i 232, 234.
Wheaton v. Peters, ii 328.
Williams v. Bruffy, i 234.
Wilson Ex parte, i 187.

Railroad Company v. Fuller, ii 138. Reynold v. United States, i 194. Robbins v. Shelby Taxing District,

i 233; ii 137 Rotterman v. Western Union Tele

graph Company, i 233.

Yick Wo. v. Hopkins, i 211.

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