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Oct 27 1919 (FN)

Maxwell Vs. Bugbee

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Oct-27-1919

..... intended to prevent discrimination by the several states against citizens of other states in respect of the fundamental privileges of citizenship. as is said by judge cooley in his constitutional limitations, 7th ed. p. 569: "it appears to be conceded that the constitution secures in each state to the citizens of all other states the right to remove to, and carry on business ..... citizens of the united states is not to transfer to the federal government the protection of civil rights inherent in state citizenship, but to secure those privileges and immunities that owe their existence to the federal government, its national character, its constitution, or its laws. p. 250 u. s. 537 . slaughter-house cases, 16 wall. 36. these privileges and immunities provisions ..... jersey upon the death of a nonresident owner, any infringement of the rights of citizenship either of the states or of the united states, secured by either of the constitutional provisions referred to. we have held that the protection that they afford to rights inherent in citizenship are not infringed by the taxation or transfer of property within the jurisdiction of a ..... to the court of errors and appeals of the state of new jersey syllabus article iv, 2, par. 1, of the constitution was intended to prevent discrimination by the several states against citizens of other states in respect of the fundamental privileges of citizenship. p. 250 u. s. 537 . page 250 u. s. 526 the fourteenth amendment recognizes a distinction between .....

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Mar 03 1919 (FN)

Arkadelphia Milling Co. Vs. St. L. S.W. Ry. Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Mar-03-1919

..... further mentioned. the jurisdiction of the federal court depended solely page 249 u. s. 138 upon the ground that the cases arose under the constitution of the united states, and that the matter in controversy in each case exceeded the jurisdictional amount. temporary injunctions were issued in september, 1908 ..... of rough material to milling points in the state and the subsequent forwarding of the finished product to market points outside of the state constituted interstate commerce, so that the rough material rates prescribed by the state commission were not applicable. the court sustained the exceptions on both ..... to the jurisdiction upon which the main suit rested, and hence that, where jurisdiction of the main cause is predicated solely on diversity of citizenship and the decree therein is for this reason made final in the circuit court of appeals, the judgments and decrees in the ancillary litigation ..... and decrees of the circuit courts of appeals shall be final in all cases in which the jurisdiction is dependent entirely" upon diversity of citizenship. section 239 provides for the certification of questions by the circuit court of appeals to this court; 240 permits this court to review ..... district court ( 24, judicial code), and formerly conferred upon the circuit court, original jurisdiction in suits of a civil nature arising under the constitution or laws of the united states, and in suits between citizens of different states. by 128 of the code, the circuit courts of appeals .....

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Jan 20 1919 (FN)

La Tourette Vs. Mcmaster

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-20-1919

..... the act discriminates against citizens of other states in favor of citizens of the state of south carolina in violation of 2, article iv, of the constitution of the united states. 1. this contention depends upon the character of the business of insurance, and it was decided in german alliance insurance co. ..... of the statute that its requirement applies as well to citizens of the state of south carolina as to citizens of other states, residence and citizenship being different things. judgment affirmed. * "sec. 3. such insurance broker shall exercise due care in the placing of insurance and shall procure from ..... 437 . 2. this contention -- that is, that the act discriminates against citizens of other states and thereby offends the page 248 u. s. 469 constitution of the united states, is la tourette's ultimate reliance, and to it his counsel devote their entire argument. the state replies its power over insurance ..... the state and have been licensed insurance agents of the state for at least two years. construed as requiring local residence, as distinguished from citizenship, held within the police power, and that it does not deprive a citizen and resident of another state, desiring to act as such broker ..... may not be licensed. no discrimination is made page 248 u. s. 470 on account of citizenship. it rests alone on residence in the state and experience in the business." and the court further said: "citizenship and residence are not the same thing, nor does one include the other. cummings v. .....

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Jun 02 1919 (FN)

Lincoln Gas and Electric Light Co. Vs. Lincoln

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-02-1919

..... be assailed in a court of the united states upon the ground "that it was violative of the constitution of the united states," apparently overlooking that, even without diversity of citizenship (and there was none), if the bill presented a substantial controversy under the constitution of the united states, and the requisite amount was involved, the jurisdiction extended to the determination of ..... , 1909, which held that the ordinance of the city of lincoln approved december 10, 1906, levying an occupation tax against complainant, was illegal and void because violative of the constitution of the state of nebraska, and that the enforcement of the same as to complainant should be perpetually enjoined. the decree of september 23, 1915, will be further modified so ..... and equal protection provisions of the fourteenth amendment. the circuit court deemed that this raised the question of the invalidity of the ordinance under the uniformity provision of the state constitution, and held it was invalid as being in contravention thereof. 182 f. 926, 927, 929. the city requested a modification of the opinion and decree in this respect on ..... 6, 1909, dismissed the bill as to the rate ordinance without prejudice to the commencement of a new action, but decreed that the ordinance levying an occupation tax violated the constitution of nebraska and was for this reason illegal, and granted a permanent injunction against its enforcement. 182 f. 926. upon appeal by complainant to this court, it was found .....

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Jun 02 1919 (FN)

Benedict Vs. New York

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-02-1919

..... is a citizen of connecticut, but, as he invoked the jurisdiction of the circuit court not only on the ground of diversity of citizenship, but also because of rights asserted under the federal constitution, his further appeal to this court was permissible. vicksburg v. henson, 231 u. s. 259 , 231 u. s. ..... that the lower courts did not err in holding that the suit was barred by laches. none of the acts relied upon here as constituting breaches of trust occurred later than the years 1892 and 1893. before the principal action complained of was taken, the city treasurer publicly announced ..... without passing upon these questions, entered a decree dismissing the bill on the ground that the statute of limitations and laches constituted a complete defense. 235 f. 258. this decree was affirmed by the circuit court of appeals on the same grounds. 247 f. 758. ..... acted were not its agents, but independent officers, agents of the state; that the specific provision of the statute relied upon by plaintiff did not constitute terms of the contract, but related merely to the remedy, and that the later legislation introduced at most permissible changes of remedy. the court, ..... and 1886 were construed as authorizing the action of which he complains, they impair, in violation of the page 250 u. s. 325 federal constitution, the obligation of contracts previously entered into with certificate holders. the case was fully heard in the district court on evidence, and several distinct defenses .....

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May 05 1919 (FN)

Raton Water Works Co. Vs. Raton

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-05-1919

..... 5, 1919 249 u.s. 552 certificate from the circuit court of appeals for the eighth circuit syllabus when diverse citizenship is absent and the jurisdiction of the district court is based solely upon the ground that the suit arises under the constitution of the united states, an appeal will not lie to the circuit court of appeals, but only, and exclusively ..... were both corporations of new mexico and the jurisdiction of the district court to entertain the suit was based solely upon the ground that it was one arising under the constitution and laws of the united states. resulting from these conditions, the question which the certificate propounds is this: "has this court (the circuit court of appeals) jurisdiction of the appeal .....

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Apr 14 1919 (FN)

Burr Vs. Columbus

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-14-1919

burr v. columbus - 249 u.s. 415 (1919) u.s. supreme court burr v. columbus, 249 u.s. 415 (1919) burr v. columbus no. 739 argued january 10, 1919 decided april 14, 1919 249 u.s. 415 appeal from the district court of the united states for the southern district of ohio syllabus decided upon the authority of columbus ry., power & light co. v. columbus, ante, 249 u. s. 399 . affirmed. the case is stated in the opinion. memorandum by direction of the court, by mr. justice day. this case was argued and submitted with no. 715, just decided, ante, 249 u. s. 399 . it was brought by owners and holders of more than $200,000 of certain mortgage bonds of the street railway company. the bill alleged diversity of citizenship, and also rights alleged to arise under the constitution. the case was heard upon motion for a temporary injunction and upon defendant's motion to dismiss the bill. the injunction was refused, the motion to dismiss was granted, and a decree entered accordingly. to all intents, the case is controlled by the decision in no. 715. the decree of the district court is affirmed.

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Apr 14 1919 (FN)

Matters Vs. Ryan

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-14-1919

..... jurisdiction of courts of the united states to issue writs of habeas corpus is limited to cases of persons alleged to be restrained of their liberty in violation of the constitution or of some law or treaty of the united states, and cases arising under the law of nations." carfer v. caldwell, 200 u. s. 293 , 200 u. s. 296 ; in ..... is borne in mind. whether a case might arise where a court of the united states could take jurisdiction of a petition for habeas corpus upon averment of diversity of citizenship and pecuniary interest, without the assertion of a federal right, does not here arise (a) because the suit was brought exclusively under the assumption that it was governed by the ..... case arises under a law of the united states because the infant was imported by the respondent in violation of the immigration laws is frivolous. id. quaere whether diversity of citizenship with an averment of pecuniary interest could confer jurisdiction on a federal court in habeas corpus. p. 249 u. s. 378 . reversed. page 249 u. s. 376 the case is .....

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Jun 02 1919 (FN)

Camp Vs. Gress

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-02-1919

..... alterius. " this section follows directly after that which contains the general prohibition against suing a defendant in a district other than that in which he or the plaintiff resides, and constitutes one of the specified exceptions to the general prohibition. it shows, therefore, that the prohibition of 51 expresses the deliberate purpose of congress that a person shall not be compelled ..... party defendant should not be found therein or voluntarily appear. shields v. barrow, 17 how. 130. as the act of 1887-1888 did not restrict jurisdiction based on diversity of citizenship in those cases where the venue is determined by the residence of the plaintiff, it was appropriate to retain in the earlier statute (now 50) the words "found within the ..... be obtained in the district of the plaintiff's residence only over nonresidents, because all of the defendants must be nonresidents in order to satisfy the requirement of diversity of citizenship. and as to these, there can be personal jurisdiction only so far as found within or voluntarily appearing within the district. to such persons, the term "inhabitants" in 50 obviously ..... is between citizens of different states, suit shall be brought only in the district of the residence of either the plaintiff or the defendant." resting jurisdiction wholly on diversity of citizenship, gress, a citizen and resident of florida, brought, in the district court of the united states for the eastern district of virginia, this action against p. d. camp, p. r .....

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