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Feb 24 1914 (FN)

Harrison Vs. St. Louis and San Francisco R. Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Feb-24-1914

..... 232 u. s. 322 composing its system, and held that there was nothing in any of them which destroyed the missouri citizenship of the complainant. it moreover held, in any event, there was ample ground for jurisdiction because of the constitutional rights asserted. as to the alleged want of equity in the bill, the court, after stating that the obvious purpose ..... in question and the action of the secretary of state taken under it were void because of repugnancy to the constitution of the united states. the answer, which was then filed, admitted the incorporation of the complainant in missouri, and the citizenship in oklahoma of the defendants, as well as the jurisdictional amount. the allegations of the complaint as to interference ..... , because the attempt to exclude the company from the state, and prevent it from doing business therein, under the circumstances stated, was repugnant to the commerce clause of the constitution, the due process clause of the fourteenth amendment, and the contract clause, the latter being based on the assertion that the congressional and legislative acts by which the roads forming ..... with the authority of the courts of the united states as to the commerce and contract clauses of the constitution and the due process and equal protection clauses of the fourteenth .....

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Feb 24 1914 (FN)

United States Vs. Bennett

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Feb-24-1914

..... its admitted taxing power is concerned. it is coextensive with the limits of the united states; it knows no restriction except where one is expressed in or arises from the constitution, and therefore embraces all the attributes which appertain to sovereignty in the fullest sense. indeed, the existence of such a wide power is the essential resultant of the limitation restricting ..... nature and extent of the authority of a sovereign, although it be a representative, government, and from a true appreciation of the privileges as well as the duties arising from citizenship, and the past and recent exertions by congress of the very taxing authority which is now challenged. ( see act of june 30, 1864, 13 stat. 281, c. 173.) we do ..... of such a tax. the statute applies, since, under the construction we have given it, it clearly establishes three standards as the basis of the excise duty which it imposes; citizenship and domicil within the united states, control by ownership or charter of a foreign-built yacht within the terms of the statute, and its use by the owner during the ..... by the defendant." after reciting the averment as to the assessment of the tax by the collector, amounting to $13,601, and the failure of the defendant to pay, his citizenship and ownership of the yacht, and the conformity of the assessment to the statute, the certificate states that there was a prayer for the recovery of the amount with interest .....

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Feb 24 1914 (FN)

United States Vs. Pelican

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Feb-24-1914

..... which the indians are to be maintained as well as prepared for assuming habits of civilized life and ultimately the privileges of citizenship. congress has power under the constitution to continue the guardianship of the government over indians for the period specified in the statutes for keeping the title of the ..... 1872 (exec. ord. ind. reserv. (ed. 1912 ed.), 194, 195; 1 kappler, 915, 916), and repeatedly recognized by acts of congress, * was a legally constituted reservation. in re wilson, 140 u. s. 575 , 140 u. s. 577 . as such, it was included in the "indian country" to which 2145 of the ..... national policy by which the indians are to be maintained as well as prepared for assuming the habits of civilized life, and ultimately the privileges of citizenship." it is true that, by 6 of the act of 1887, it was provided that, upon the completion of the allotments and the patenting ..... many purposes the jurisdiction of the state of nebraska had attached, and the indian, as a citizen, was entitled to the rights, privileges, and immunities of citizenship, still the united states, within its own territory and in the interest of the indians, had jurisdiction to pass laws protecting such indians from the evil results ..... under the provisions of the act of may 27, 1902, 32 stat. 275, c. 888. further, the omaha indians were exercising the rights of citizenship within the state, and the defendant himself, who was charged with taking liquor to his own allotment, was a citizen and had served as a public .....

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May 11 1914 (FN)

Apapas Vs. United States

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-11-1914

..... unfounded inferences as to what we decide, we say that we must not be understood as holding that, even although it be assumed, for the sake of argument, that the constitutional guaranty against compulsory self-incrimination would apply to an objection made to the offer in evidence of an admission by an accused person, it would follow that such guaranty would ..... receiving testimony concerning an alleged statement or admission made by one of the accused, apapas. but we search the record in vain to find the slightest reference made to the constitution of the united states at the time the objection referred to was taken, or anything whatever to indicate in any manner that the attention of the court below was directed ..... punishable by 328, penal code, and within the cognizance of the federal courts without reference to the citizenship of the accused. every objection to the admission of a statement or confession of the accused cannot be regarded as involving the construction of the constitution merely because that instrument was referred to when, in substance and effect, there was no controversy concerning the ..... by this court of a judgment of the district court under 238, judicial code, depends upon whether the question of jurisdiction only is involved or whether the case involves the constitutional or federal question. this court cannot review directly the judgment of the district court on the question of jurisdiction under 238, judicial code, when under the writ of error the .....

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Jun 22 1914 (FN)

Moore-mansfield Constr. Co. Vs. Electrical Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-22-1914

..... district court under the original bill was based only upon diversity of citizenship. neither did the contention that, in the progress of the case, there arose a question claimed to involve the construction or application of the constitution of the united states deprive the unsuccessful party of the right to ..... the obligation of the contract, which is the only basis for the claim that the case is one which involved the construction or application of the constitution of the united states. we are therefore precluded from an examination of the merits of the case, cosmopolitan min. co. v. walsh, 193 u ..... the question whether the decree denying to appellant the lien it claimed under the law of indiana "necessarily and directly involved the construction or application of the constitution of the united states." empire &c.; mining co. v. hanley, 205 u. s. 225 , 205 u. s. 232 . the change of ..... 115, under which appellant claims to have acquired a lien, was "an act concerning liens of mechanics, laborers, and materialmen." a provision of the constitution of indiana, 19, article 4, provides that "every act shall embrace but one subject and matters properly connected therewith, which subject shall be expressed in ..... 26 stat. 827, c. 517, now 247 of the judicial code of 1911, as a case "which involved the construction or application of the constitution of the united states." shortly stated, the contention is, first, that, under the decisions of the indiana supreme court prior to the accruing of .....

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Apr 06 1914 (FN)

Metzger Motor Car Co. Vs. Parrott

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-06-1914

..... since the judgment herein was rendered below, held the provisions of the vehicle law of that state on which this action was based void under the state constitution, this court must regard such law as nonexistent, and reverse the judgment which was based solely thereon. the facts are stated in the opinion. page 233 ..... have referred, which expressly held the statute to be unconstitutional, there had been a ruling of that court deciding it not to be repugnant to the state constitution. johnson v. sergeant, 168 mich. 444. page 233 u. s. 42 but it is to be observed that, as to that ruling, the court ..... court of the state, since the trial of this case, in which the statute was held void because in conflict with both the state and the united states constitutions. daugherty v. thomas, 174 mich. 371; barry v. metzger motor car co., 175 mich. 466. we say this because, while it is undoubtedly ..... court to recover for personal injuries and other damages, was removed by the defendant to the circuit court of the united states on the ground of adverse citizenship, and there tried, resulting in a verdict and judgment for the plaintiff. direct error is prosecuted to that court (now the district court) because of ..... court was obtained, the highest court of the state has declared the state statute on which the case was brought to be unconstitutional under the state constitution, and there is no right to recover in the absence of statute, it is the obvious duty of this court to reverse the judgment. while .....

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May 25 1914 (FN)

Taylor Vs. Anderson

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-25-1914

..... the circuit court's jurisdiction. but the contention overlooks repeated decisions of this court by which it has become firmly settled that whether a case is one arising under the constitution or a law or treaty of the united states, in the sense of the jurisdictional statute (now 24, judicial code) must be determined from what necessarily appears in the plaintiff ..... be disclosed in the answer. snyder's comp.laws, 5634, 5642, 5668; boston &c.; mining co. v. montana ore co., 188 u. s. 632 , 188 u. s. 639 . diversity of citizenship was not alleged, and, unless the allegations respecting the invalidity, under the legislation of congress, of the defensive claim attributed to the defendants operated to bring the case within the ..... . 74 error to the circuit court of the united states for the eastern district of oklahoma syllabus whether a case begun in a district court is one arising under the constitution or a law or treaty of the united states in the sense of the jurisdictional statute (judicial code 24) must be determined from what necessarily appears in the plaintiff's .....

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Mar 09 1914 (FN)

Williamson Vs. Osenton

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Mar-09-1914

..... of the present suit. premising that, if the plaintiff was domiciled in virginia when this suit was begun, she was a citizen of that state within the meaning of the constitution, art. iii, 2, and the judicial code of march 3, 1911, c. 231, 36 stat. 1087, gassies v. ballon, 6 pet. 761; boyd v. nebraska, 143 u. s. 135 , 143 ..... adultery. the defendant pleaded to the jurisdiction, setting up the plaintiff's marriage and the residence of her husband in west virginia -- in other words, that the requisite diversity of citizenship did not exist. the plea seems to have been heard upon a written statement of facts in which it was agreed that the plaintiff went to virginia "with the intention ..... to such time was then contemplated. where one changes his abode with no intention of returning to the former abode, the motive is immaterial so far as change creates a citizenship enabling the party to sue in the federal courts. one's domicil is the technically preeminent headquarters that every person is compelled to have in order that his rights and .....

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Apr 27 1914 (FN)

Thaddeus Davids Co. Vs. Davids Mfg. Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-27-1914

..... fourth proviso of 5 of the trade-mark act of 1905 in such manner as to mislead the public and thereby constitute infringement is not merely unfair competition at common law, which would not give the federal court jurisdiction unless diverse citizenship existed, but is a violation of a federal right, and a federal court has jurisdiction of an action based thereon ..... act, the complainant would be entitled to protection against any infringing use; but, in determining the extent of the right which the statute secures, and what may be said to constitute an infringing use, regard must be had, as has been said, to the nature of the mark, and its secondary, as distinguished from its primary, significance. the distinction between permissible ..... , therefore, of marks consisting of names or terms having a double significance, and being susceptible of legitimate uses with respect to their primary sense, the reproduction, copy, or imitation which constitutes infringement must be such as is calculated to mislead the public with respect to the origin or ownership of the goods, and thus to invade the right of the registrant ..... 's rights under the statute, and should be enjoined. 192 f. 915 reversed. the facts, which involve the construction of the trade-mark act of february 20, 1905, and what constitutes infringement of a trademark registered thereunder, are stated in the opinion. page 233 u. s. 463 mr. justice hughes delivered the opinion of the court. thaddeus davids company, manufacturer of .....

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Feb 24 1914 (FN)

Ohio Tax Cases

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Feb-24-1914

..... . we have seen that the classification adopted cannot be deemed illusory -- that is, there is no page 232 u. s. 593 apparent violation of the equality provisions of the state constitution or of the "equal protection" clause of the fourteenth amendment, although railroad and pipeline companies are required to pay at the rate of 4% of the annual intrastate earnings, while ..... , concerning which so much has been written. we agree with the court below that whether the question be considered in view of the uniformity and equality provisions of the ohio constitution or of the "equal protection" clause of the fourteenth amendment, the result is the same -- it cannot be said that the classification rests upon no reasonable and sufficient basis of ..... practically identical facts, and present the same questions of law. the federal jurisdiction arose because of the federal questions presented in the record, and did not depend upon diversity of citizenship, and it extends, of course, to page 232 u. s. 587 the determination of all the questions presented, irrespective of the disposition that may be made of the federal questions ..... 232 u.s. 576 appeals from the district court of the united states for the southern district of ohio syllabus where the federal jurisdiction does not depend upon diversity of citizenship, but on federal questions presented by the record, it extends to the determination of all questions presented, irrespective of the disposition made of the federal questions. page 232 u. s .....

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