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Oct 30 1899 (FN)

Jones Vs. Meehan

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Oct-30-1899

..... lands were surveyed, and to issue the patent, is absolute and imperative, and founded upon a valuable and meritorious consideration. the lands reserved constituted a part of the compensation received by the pottawatomies for the relinquishment of their right of occupancy to the government. the agreement was one which ..... , or of the executive departments. the construction of treaties is the peculiar province of the judiciary, and, except in cases purely political, congress has no constitutional power to settle the rights under a treaty, or to affect titles already granted by the treaty itself. wilson v. wall, 6 wall. 83, 73 ..... be admitted or rejected, the conclusion must be the same. nor is it necessary to consider particularly the argument of the plaintiffs, founded upon the citizenship acquired by moose dung the younger under that provision of the act of february 8, 1887, c. 119, 6, by which "every indian born ..... of lands page 175 u. s. 9 northwest of the river ohio made in 1773 and 1775 by the chiefs of certain indian tribes constituting the illinois and the pinkeshaw nations to private individuals conveyed no title which could be recognized in the courts of the united states, and chief ..... secretary of the interior. the construction of treaties is the peculiar province of the judiciary, and, except in cases purely political, congress has no constitutional power to settle the rights under a treaty or to affect titles already granted by the treaty itself. the case is stated in the opinion. .....

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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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Apr 24 1899 (FN)

Auten Vs. United States Nat'l Bank of New York

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-24-1899

..... contended that the receiver was entitled to a judgment on the setoff. we will examine each of the propositions. 1. the argument to sustain this is that the facts detailed constitute borrowing money, and that borrowing is out of the usual course of legitimate banking business, and one who loans must, at his peril, see that the officer or agent who ..... making the above statement, delivered the opinion of the court. 1. to sustain the motion to dismiss, it is contended that the jurisdiction of the case depends on diversity of citizenship, and hence that the judgment of the circuit court of appeals is final. but one of the defendants (plaintiff in error), though a citizen of a different state from the ..... full amount of the notes, less the setoff. in this court, motion was made to dismiss the writ of error on the ground that jurisdiction below depended on diversity of citizenship, and hence was final. held: (1) that, the receiver being an officer of the united states, the action against him was one arising under the laws of the united states .....

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