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Apr 08 1899 (FN)

Pope Vs. Louisville, N.A. and C. Ry. Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-08-1899

..... of the cause of action. but if the cause of action arises under page 173 u. s. 577 the constitution, or laws, or treaties of the united states, then the jurisdiction of the circuit ..... indiana corporations. it is impossible to hold that these orders of appointment were equivalent to laws of the united states within the meaning of the constitution. we agree with counsel for appellee that provident savings society v. ford, 114 u. s. 635 , is in point in this aspect of ..... court may be maintained irrespective of citizenship. the circuit court undoubtedly had jurisdiction of this suit on the ground of diversity of citizenship, not only because that fact existed in ..... at law or in equity, by reason of the citizenship of the parties, in cases between citizens of different states, or between citizens of a state and aliens, and, by reason of the cause of action, "in cases arising under the constitution or laws of the united states, or treaties ..... made or which shall be made under their authority," as, for instance, suits arising under the patent or copyright laws of the united states. press publishing co. v. monroe, 164 u. s. 105 . diversity of citizenship confers jurisdiction irrespective .....

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May 16 1899 (FN)

Stephens Vs. Cherokee Nation

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-16-1899

..... , in our opinion, to the question of constitutionality or validity only. was the legislation of 1896 and 1897, so far as it authorized the dawes commission to determine citizenship in these tribes, constitutional? if so, the courts below had jurisdiction on appeal. it is true that the indian tribes were for many years allowed by the united states to make all laws ..... objecting that the dawes commission had no jurisdiction because the act of congress creating it was unconstitutional and void; that robinson had not applied for citizenship to the tribunal of the choctaw nation constituted to try questions of citizenship, and that he ought not to be enrolled, "because he has not shown by his evidence that he has not forfeited his rights as ..... enrollment as a citizen of the cherokee nation having held that his name did not appear upon any of the cherokee rolls of citizenship, his application was rejected. he never having been admitted to citizenship as required by the constitution and laws of the cherokee nation, the judgment of the united states commission rejecting this case is affirmed, and the application of ..... denied or not acted upon, or any citizen who may within three months from and after the passage of this act desire such citizenship, may apply to the legally constituted court or committee designated by the several tribes for such citizenship, and such court or committee shall determine such application within thirty days from the date thereof." "in the performance of such duties .....

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May 15 1899 (FN)

Louisville, N.A. and C. Ry. Co. Vs. Louisville Trust Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-15-1899

..... , towards constituting a corporation of another state a corporation of the state enacting those statutes, as the statutes of ..... an artificial body as a corporation within the spirit and letter of that constitution, as construed by the decisions of this court, it would be necessary to create page 174 u. s. 566 it out of natural persons whose citizenship of the state creating it could be imputed to the corporation itself." 161 ..... is composed of citizens of the state which created it; and hence such a corporation is itself deemed to come within that provision of the constitution of the united states which confers jurisdiction upon the federal courts in 'controversies between citizens of different states.'" the court frankly recognized that "it ..... was not thereby made a corporation of arkansas in the sense of the provisions of the constitution and of the acts of congress conferring jurisdiction on the courts of the united states by reason of diverse citizenship. the statutes of arkansas in that case went quite as far, to say the least ..... u. s. 161 u.s. 562, 161 u. s. 565 . in that case, the constitution of arkansas denied to foreign corporations the right of eminent domain, .....

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May 01 1899 (FN)

MccaIn Vs. Des Moines

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-01-1899

..... it appears upon the face of the bill that all the parties are citizens of iowa, the circuit court had no jurisdiction on the ground of diverse citizenship. is the suit one arising under the constitution or laws of the united states? as was said in the court below, the material question is whether the exercise of jurisdiction by the city of ..... , as attempted, was illegal. see state v. leatherman, 38 ark. 81; jameson v. people, 16 ill. 257; people v. maynard, 15 mich. 463, and also the following from cooley on constitutional limitations (page 312, 4th ed.): "in proceedings where the question of whether a corporation exists or not arises collaterally, the courts will not permit its corporate character to be questioned ..... functions of government over the town territory. after the court in the quo warranto case had determined that the act was local legislation and of that class prohibited by the constitution, and therefore void, the opinion therein continues as follows: "it is next to be determined whether or not, with the law giving rise to the annexation absolutely void, the legality ..... entire territory to become one corporation and municipality, were observed, so that in april, 1890, the change was complete, since which time the city of des moines has been thus constituted, and has exercised throughout the territory the rights and functions of a city government, including the levy and collection of taxes, establishing, opening, vacating, changing, and improving streets, the making .....

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Apr 08 1899 (FN)

BlyThe Vs. Hinckley

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-08-1899

..... constitution, as herein stated." on the same day (december 22, 1897), the final decree was entered in the ..... to operate in favor of florence outside of the geographical jurisdiction and boundaries of california, and as thus applied was in violation of section 10, article i, of the federal constitution and of section 1978 of the revised statutes, and an invasion of the jurisdiction of international intercourse, wherefore the adjudication was without page 173 u. s. 505 jurisdiction, and ..... that neither the superior court nor the supreme court had jurisdiction to render judgment in the matter, and that the decision of the supreme court was in violation of the constitution of the state of california and inconsistent with numerous former decisions of that court. the bill then set forth that said florence filed in the superior court, in the ..... the united states and russia, france, switzerland, and england, and with the constitution of the united states, and, hence that the circuit court had jurisdiction "on the ground that the construction and application of the federal constitution are involved, as well as on the ground of diverse citizenship of the parties, and because said section of said civil code violated the federal .....

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Mar 20 1899 (FN)

Third Street and Suburban Ry. Co. Vs. Lewis

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Mar-20-1899

..... on the theory that plaintiff's cause of action was based on some right derived from the constitution or laws of the united states. it is thoroughly settled that, under the act of august 13, 1888, the circuit court of the united ..... to the acquisition of its interest by appellant, were no part of plaintiff's case; and, if there had been no allegation of diverse citizenship the bill unquestionably could not have been retained. the mere reference to the sale and foreclosure could not have been laid hold of to maintain jurisdiction ..... supplemental bill made appellant a party defendant, as claiming an interest, but the jurisdiction still rested on diversity of citizenship. the decree of the circuit court of appeals was therefore made final by the statute, and the appeal cannot be sustained. but it is ..... the record does not contain the original bill, it is apparent that the jurisdiction of the circuit court was invoked on the ground of diverse citizenship, and that the page 173 u. s. 460 interest of appellants in the mortgaged premises was acquired after the commencement of the action. this ..... suit must be dismissed, and lack of jurisdiction cannot be supplied by anything set up by way of defense. when jurisdiction originally depends upon diverse citizenship the decree of the circuit court of appeals is final, though another ground of jurisdiction may be developed in the course of the proceedings. this .....

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Jan 08 1899 (FN)

Sonnentheil Vs. Christian MoerleIn Brewing Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-08-1899

..... action been brought against the marshal alone, there can be no doubt that the circuit court would have had jurisdiction of the case as one arising under the constitution and laws of the united states. feibelman v. packard, 109 u. s. 421 ; bachrack v. norton, 132 u. s. 337 . it is ..... that action was not wholly dependent upon either consideration. had the jurisdiction of the circuit court been originally invoked solely upon the ground of diversity of citizenship as applied to the brewing company, the case would have fallen within colorado central mining company v. turck, 150 u. s. 138 , but ..... for acts done in his official capacity falls within the same category. the joinder of another defendant, jurisdiction over whom was dependent upon diversity of citizenship, deprived the marshal of no right he otherwise would have possessed. though there are two defendants, the case was one, and that a case ..... against freiberg, klein & co. as defendants. it thus appears that the jurisdiction of the circuit court did not depend entirely upon diversity of citizenship between the plaintiff and the brewing company, but upon the fact that one of the defendants was marshal of the united states, and was acting ..... is a suit arising under the laws of the united states, and the joinder of another defendant jurisdiction over whom is dependent upon diversity of citizenship does not deprive the marshal of rights he would otherwise possess. in an action assailing the validity of an assignment by an insolvent debtor .....

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Nov 20 1899 (FN)

Simms Vs. Simms

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Nov-20-1899

..... that (with certain restrictions not affecting this case) "the legislative power of every territory shall extend to all rightful subjects of legislation not inconsistent with the constitution and laws of the united states." rev.stat. 1851; act of july 30, 1886, c. 818, 24 stat. 170. the power so conferred upon ..... release in writing signed by him or his attorney of record and attested by the clerk with the seal of his office; such release shall constitute a part op the record of the cause, and any execution thereafter issued shall be for the balance only of the judgment after deducting the amount ..... in writing signed by him or his attorney of record and attested by the clerk with the seal of his office," and "such release shall constitute a part of the record of the cause." in whichever of those two ways the remittitur is made, it is provided that "any execution ..... so transferred to the circuit courts of appeals and in cases of habeas corpus, cases involving the validity of a copyright, and cases depending upon the constitution or a statute or treaty of the united states -- none of which classes page 175 u. s. 167 includes the case at bar), the ..... 1891, c. 517, transferring to the circuit courts of appeals the appellate jurisdiction from the supreme courts of the territories in cases founded on diversity of citizenship or arising under the patent, revenue, or criminal laws, or in admiralty has not otherwise affected the appellate jurisdiction of this court from the territorial courts .....

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Jan 09 1899 (FN)

Pittsburgh, C., C. and St. L. Ry. Co. Vs. L.i. Loan and Trust Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-09-1899

..... of the united states establishing the circuit court and vesting it with jurisdiction, and hence it would be within the judicial power of the united states, as defined by the constitution, and it is clearly within the chart of appellate power given to this court over cases arising in and decided by the state courts." having disposed of the question of ..... states is a question arising under the constitution and laws of the united states, and comes within the jurisdiction of the federal courts by proper process, although, as was said by this court in dupasseur v. rochereau, 21 ..... , page 172 u. s. 510 and that the ruling in question did not deprive the plaintiffs in error of 'any privilege or immunity specially set up or claimed under the constitution or laws of the united states.' but this is an error. the question whether a state court has given due effect to the judgment of a court of the united ..... co. were citizens of france, and brought the suit in the circuit court of the united states as such citizens, and, consequently, that court, deriving its jurisdiction solely from the citizenship of the parties, was in the exercise of jurisdiction to administer the laws of the state, and its proceedings were had in accordance with the forms and course of proceeding .....

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Feb 20 1899 (FN)

Baltimore and Ohio R. Co. Vs. Joy

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Feb-20-1899

..... revised statutes, which was brought forward from the judiciary act of 1789, 1 stat. 92, c. 20, 34, and provides that "the laws of the several states, except where the constitution, treaties or statutes of the united states otherwise require or provide, shall be regarded as rules of decision in trials at common law in the courts of the united states ..... by section 955. suppose hervey had died while the action was pending in the state court, and it had been revived in that court; nevertheless, after such revival, if diverse citizenship existed, it could have been removed for trial into the federal court, and there proceeded to final judgment notwithstanding section 955 of the revised statutes of the united states. if ..... . upon the petition of the railroad company, the suit was removed into the circuit court of the united states for the northern district of ohio upon the ground of diverse citizenship. after such removal, hervey died, and, against the objection of the railroad company, the action was revived in the name of the administrator of the deceased plaintiff, appointed by the .....

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