United States Supreme Court Reports, Volumer 86-89

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First series, books 1-43, includes "Notes on U.S. reports" by Walter Malins Rose.
 

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Fowler 4 DeGex J 255 397 Granger v Clark 22 Me
130
Smith 17 Wall 412
135
Janson 2 Taunt 301
138
Marsh o Fulton Co 10 Wall 676 89 Moore o Sanborne 2 Mich 519
145
Ohio 5 How 434
149
Harrison 2 Tex 456
153
Platell 4 Russ 242
156
Freemans Bank v Rollins 13 Me 205 734 Gratiot v U S 15 Pet 356 370
162
Shoemaker 12 Wall 99 517 Green v Wood 7 Q B
178
Blackwell 10 Bald 166 113 Saltmarsh v Tuthill 12 How 387
182
Parker 26 Tex 260
191
Ashley 6 Wall 142 441 443 654 Samuel The 1 Wheat 9
213
Hebrew Cong v U S 6 Ct Cl 244 817
217
Fuller 5 Jones Eq
223
Kitching L R 7 Q B 436 870 Morse v Brainard 41 Vt 550
224
Killarney The Lush 430
227
Merch Bank 4 La Ann 370 510 Hadley v Dunlap 10 Ohio St 1
233
Garland Ex parte 4 Wall 378
233
Patchin 19 N Y 330 869 Longworth v Taylor 1 McLean 516 856
233
395
233
Ferrier 1 Dow 50
233
Marble 10 Paige 409
233
Puckett 15 Ind 485
233
Randall 29 N Y 358
233
Arnold 3 Met 489
233
Wilder 10 How 477
233
Dubuque 1 Wall 175 233 337 Hall v Jackson 20 Pick 197
233
Cropsey 37 Ill 357
233
Watertown 19 Wall 107 225 226 Savings Bank v U S 19 Wall
239
Gen Smith The 4 Wheat 438443
240
Mason 12 Wall
261
U S 17 Wall 70
262
Brooklyn 11 Paige 596
269
Edwards 9 Exch 50
279
Wallis 14 Me 57
284
Ogden 9 Wheat 203
294
Hall i Cliff 45
303
Kissam o Edmunston 1 Ired Eq 180 315 Lucy The 8 Wall
307
Chew 16 Pet
315
Hendersons Tobacco 11 Wall 652
316
St Cap Commis 16 Cal 248 454
321
46
329
Wiggin 35 N H 428
337
Herndon 10 Wall 416
339
Pilgrim 22 Tex 476
347
Warden 14 Wall 244 452 769 Hampton v Rouse 13 Wall 187
353
Noyes o Rut Bur R R 27 Vt 110 830 People v Durell 1 Idaho 30
355
Jones 9 Wall 197
356
Lane Co v Oregon 7 Wall 71
367
Maynard 5 Johns 85
373
Newbold 18 How 516 490 Mumma v Potomac Co 8 Pet 281 689
385
Hine 23 Ohio St 527
392
Mayor of N Y Matter of 11 Johns 77 461 Municipality Ist v Wheeler 10 La
409
Spaulding 27 Vt
420
Sneyd 1 Sim Stu 55 536 McCulloch v Maryland 4 Wheat 422
422
Combs 4 C E Green 112
427
Felps 33 Ill
434
Lewis 15 Me
439
Meadow Dam Co v Gray 30 Me 547 89 Murray v Lylburn 2 Johns Ch
443
Prince 3 Wash C C 313 463 Hanna v Cin Ft W R R 20 Ind 30 89
454
Hamilton Ins Co 6 Gray 174 368 People v Lawrence 41 N Y 141
459
Fiedler 2 Black
478
Dorsey 2 Wash C C 433 490 Mussina v Cavazos 6 Wall 355
481
Shouse 17 B Mon
487
Scammon v Cole 5 Bank Reg 259
488
849
500
Merino The 9 Wheat 401
502
Leavitt 15 N Y 9
508
758
508
162
508
Van Santvoord 34 N Y 208 336 Meyers v Frame 8 Blatchf 446
508
550
508
Iowa Contr Co 54 Mo 117 548
508
Van Doren 16 Wis 319 387 Nashville v Ray 19 Wall 468
508
Fiedler 12 N Y 48
508
Drury 8 Exch 166
508
Gray 16 Wall 220
552
Longworth 11 Wheat 199 301 Jacob v U S 1 Brock 520
557
Chapple Rus Ry C C 77
562
Page 22 Mo 55 32 Mo 68 2 Jewett o Miller 10 N Y 402
597
Mott 2 East P C 1074 1076 562 Scott v Avery 5 H of L Cas 811
615
Ox 1 Ves 276
624
Ewer 16 Cal 191
636
Melton 10 B C 317 43 Nations v Johnson 24 How 203 205
638
Del Hud Can Co v Penn Coal Co
640
Simonds 20 How 343365
647
Sup of Fondu Lac Co 16
663
Coe 2 Cowp 639
669
Robeson 12 Gray 280
677
Zanesville Can Co 5 Ohio 410 395
678
Ellisson 3 Russ 588
687
Whitby 1 Burr 234 113 Harmer v Bell Moo P C 267 284 667 669
692
Mobile 16 Wall 481
692
C S 2 Wall 561
692
Smallwood Jacob 552 558 315 Sells v Sells 1 Drew Sm 42
692
N O N R R 6 Rob La Harris v Hardeman 14 How 334
692
U S 10 How 109 132
692
Leav Des M R R v Co Ct of Platte
692
Savgs Institution 17 Wall 109 779 Pickett v Legerwood 7 Pet 144
692
Henderson 3 Dev 1214
692
Pigott 7 Bing 465
692
Kincannon 7 Pet 402
692
Home of Friendless v Rouse 8 Wall 430 598 Jolly v Terre Haute Br Co 6 McLean
692
Pacif R R Co v Maguire 20 Wall 36 852 Plaxton v Dare 10 B C 17
692
Hebert 19 La Ann 58
692
N Y N Hav R R 22 Conn Jones v Caswell 3 Johns Cas 29
692
Kiehner 13 Pa 41
692
Harrison 1 Bald 177
692
348
692
Gregory 4 Hare 396 113 Porterfield v Clark 2 How 76
692
Lawrence 3 Sand 162
692
U S 11 Wall 268 314 322 New Albany v Burke 11 Wall 96
697
Rees 15 Wall 194 708 711 712 Harrison The 2 Abb U S 74 78 262 667
698
Chapman 22 How 129 492 667
706
Perez 7 Tex 348
711
Harnden 2 Cliff 504
712
Smith 8 Wall 27
734
Stockwell i Curt 35
740
Lockhart 17 Wall 580 793 818 Judah v Randal 2 Cai Cas 324 218
743
Cranwell 1 Dick 61
758
Hauks 22 Ark 572
759
Selleck 33 N Y 615
768
Rock Isl Bridge The 6 Wall 215 669 Sharpless v Mayor of Phila 21 Pa 147
795
Lehigh Br Co v Lehigh C Nav Co McKissick v Colquhoun 18 How 151 347
804
Annesley 2 Sch Lef 634 638 Justices v Murray 9 Wall 274
808
Patapsco The 13 Wall 333
809
Milwaukee Miss R R Co v Finney N Jer v Wilson 7 Cr 164 598
815
Balt Ins Co 7 Cr 327
829
Kensington 2 Kay J 753 397 Sheldon v Conn Mut Ins Co 25
830
Williams 2 Cromp M 348
836
Vredenburgh 8 Johns 39 861 Maggie Hammond The 9 Wall 456 252
837
Sheldon 1 Black 521
851
Darling 16 How I
858
Russell Ex parte 13 Wall 664
859
Story 3 Barb 262 264 624 677 Justin v Ballam 1 Salk 34
880
Buchanan 16 Pet 215
888
Choate 7 Wend 441
Carrington 42 N Y 118 869Shumway v Stillman 6 Wend 447
4
Kemp 18 How 531 533 44 45
7
Tillotson 2 How 392
8
Virginia 8 Wall 168 181 369 370 Pugh v McCornick 14 Wall 575 520
Moses
5
Woodbridge 3 Day 30
8
Morgan 19 Wall 581
20
Hope Ins Co 4 How Pr 275 336 Kanouse v Martin 14 How 23
23
490
24
Tenant 1 Bro Ch 16
16
Torrance 9 Wheat 537 100 Nichols v Chapman 9 Wend 452
19
Monongahela Br Co v Kirk 46 Pa 112 395 Nixon v Green 3 Hurl N 694
5
Mullen 12 La Ann 275 510 Norris v Langley 19 N H 423
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Side 320 - and the carryIng places between the same, shall be common highways and forever free, as well to the inhabitants of said Territory as to the citizens of the United States, and those of any other States that may be admitted into the Confederacy, without any tax, impost or duty
Side 320 - Wisconsin into the Union as a State, It was enacted that the Mississippi and other rivers bordering on¿ said State, “and the navigable waters leading into the same, shall be common highways, and forever free, as well to the inhabitants of said State as to all other citizens of the United States, without any tax, duty, impost or toll therefor.” 9
Side 344 - public lands. and for other purposes, passed on the 26th of July of that year, in its 9th section declares “That whenever, by priority of possession, rights to the use of water for mining, agricultural, manufacturing or other purposes, have vested and accrued, and the same are recognized and ¿acknowledged by the local cus- [‘514
Side 365 - is against their validity; or where Is drawn in question the validity of a statute of, or an authority exercised under any State, on the ground of their being repugnant to the Constitution, treaties or laws of the United States and the decision is in
Side 320 - enacted that “The navigable waters leading into the Mississippi and St. Lawrence, and the carryIng places between the same, shall be common highways and forever free, as well to the inhabitants of said Territory as to the citizens of the United States, and those of any other States that may be admitted into the Confederacy, without any tax, impost or duty
Side 365 - SEcTIoN OF THE ACT OF 1789. That a final judgment or decree in any suit, in the highest court of law or equity of a State in which a decision in the suit could be had, where is drawn in question the validity of a treaty or statute of or an authority exercised under the United States, ‘and the
Side 202 - of the united States to three classes of cases : 1. Where there has been misbehavior of a person In the presence of the court, or so near thereto as to obstruct the administration of justice ; 2. Where there has been misbehavior of any officer of the
Side 365 - is against their validity - or where is drawn In question the validity of a statute )f, or an authority exercised under any state, on the ground of their being repugnant to the Constitution, treaties or laws of the United States, and the decision is in favor of such their validity;
Side 190 - for the provision is for “levying a tax by valuation, so that every person and corporation ¿ shall pay a tax in proportion to the value of his or her property.” The value of the property being ascertained, the same rate of taxation , must be laid upon all. Property is made the constitutional basis of taxation. This is not unreasonable.
Side 321 - 999, that those. rivers must be regarded as public navigable rivers in law which are navigable in fact. And they are navigable in fact when they are used or are susceptible of being used in their ordinary condition, as highways for commerce. over which

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