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same effect as an estoppel as against subsequent suits on the same
Although one of two joint tort-feasors may be individually interested
When dealing with the estoppel of a judgment, privity denotes mutual
20. Full faith and credit clause; status of judgment of Federal court in
21. Full faith and credit; right of court in which judgment of court of
general law whether or not such judgment is a bar to suits against
22. Full faith and credit; status of judgment of court of one State when
23. Full faith and credit clause; how construed.
The full faith and credit clause is to be construed in the light of the
24. Full faith and credit; right of court where judgment set up to inquire as
The courts of one State are not required to regard as conclusive any
judgment of the court of another State which had no jurisdiction
25. Governmental powers; retrospective legislation: validity of naturaliza-
The act of June 29, 1906, is not unconstitutional as an exercise of
Naturalization of Aliens. See IMMIGRATION, F.
26. States; effect of Fourteenth Amendment on power to regulate useful
While the Fourteenth Amendment protects the citizen in his right to
27. States; effect of Fourteenth Amendment on right of municipality to
The Fourteenth Amendment does not prevent a municipality from
28. States; effect of Fourteenth Amendment on power to regulate or pro-
The Fourteenth Amendment does not prevent a State from regulating
29. States; when statute not revenue measure in disguise so as to render it
Where the fair import of the provisions of a state police statute is that
the fees exacted are for necessary expenses of inspecting an article
30. States; when statute not revenue measure in disguise.
Where a state police statute involving inspection of goods is enforced
See SUPRA, 1, 2, 3, 11, 12, 13;
CONSTRUCTION OF STATUTES.
See TRIAL, 1.
See CRIMINAL LAW, 6, 7, 14, 22.
1. Rescission of contract for sale of mining properties; practice in this
One of the parties interested in and having control of a mining com-
The findings of fact sent up from the territorial court must alone be the
In interpreting the action of stockholders in passing resolutions regard-
The agreement that the company could acquire the purchased group
Whatever effect the decision of the Supreme Court of a Territory may
have, as the law of the case, on the lower court or on the Supreme
Under the circumstances, the appointment of a receiver and his con-
2. Reality and substance of unrecorded instrument; power of creditors to
The mere form of an instrument transferring property of a debtor can-
not exclude the power of creditors to inquire into the reality and
3. Transfer of property of corporation as contract other than of condi-
Under the circumstances of this case, and in view of the existence of
property but a contract creating security for the money advanced.
When to be deemed of state and not Federal creation.
A corporation which was organized in the Indian Territory while the
Where Congress has power to pass an act and its provisions are plain,
2. Duty of this court to give effect to purpose of Congress in creating
Where Congress creates a special tribunal for a special class of cases