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Feb 21 1927 (FN)

Quon Quon Poy Vs. Johnson

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Feb-21-1927

..... the department by which he had been declared an alien denied him the due process of law to which he was entitled under the constitution, and that, under his claim to citizenship he was entitled to an adjudication by the court as to such procedure and as to his relationship to quon mee sing. the ..... right to a judicial hearing to which he is entitled as due process under the constitution, and that it was therefore the duty of the district court to proceed, independently of the departmental decision, to an adjudication as to his citizenship. it is clear, however, in the light of the previous decisions of this ..... recall the witness. p. 273 u. s. 355 . 2. an applicant for admission who has never resided in the united states is not entitled under the constitution to a judicial hearing of his claim that he is a citizen of the united states by birth. p. 273 u. s. 357 . 3. a petition ..... judicial hearing, and that, unless it appeared that the departmental officers to whom congress had entrusted the decision of his claim had denied him an opportunity to establish his citizenship at a fair hearing, or acted in some unlawful or ..... court, that when the petitioner, who had never resided in the united states, presented himself at its border for admission, the mere fact that he claimed to be a citizen did not entitle him under the constitution to a .....

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Jun 06 1927 (FN)

WeedIn Vs. ChIn Bow

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-06-1927

..... allegiance to their country of persons living in their country, without regard to the laws of this country extending citizenship of this country to such persons within their allegiance. nor do we find anything more ..... time attached more importance to actual residence in the united states as indicating a basis for citizenship than it did to descent from those who had been born citizens of the colonies or of the states before the constitution. as said by mr. fish, when secretary of state, to minister washburn, june ..... it page 274 u. s. 672 is rather occupied in a consideration of the point which was then very much mooted, as to what constituted expatriation and what rules should be adopted in determining whether citizens or subjects of other countries coming to the united states were expatriated, and whether ..... 28, 1873, in speaking of this very proviso, "the heritable blood of citizenship page 274 u. s. 666 was thus associated unmistakably with residence ..... citizenship by reason of a return to the country of their birth and a residence there. the only important reference to the proviso of 1993 is the suggestion by secretary fish that the proviso was a recognition by congress of the right of foreign countries to fix for themselves what constituted .....

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Apr 18 1927 (FN)

Timken Roller Bearing Co. Vs. Pennsylvania R. Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-18-1927

..... to hear and determine the cause as defined and limited by the constitution or statutes of the united states is in controversy, and where a district court is vested with jurisdiction of a cause, as where diversity of citizenship exists, and the matter in controversy is of the requisite value, ..... s. 104 , 265 u. s. 105 . in this case, there was no question about the jurisdiction of the court, for there was diverse citizenship and the value of the matter in controversy was of requisite amount. the real question was whether, in the absence of an administrative decision by the interstate ..... timken company was brought in the common pleas court of cuyahoga county, ohio, and removed by the pennsylvania company on the ground of diverse citizenship to the united states district court for the northern district of ohio. in that court, the pennsylvania company filed a motion to dismiss for ..... s. 188 . actions to recover the value of switching service, brought in an ohio state court and removed, on the ground of diversity of citizenship, to the district court, where they were dismissed for supposed want of jurisdiction. orders made at this term dismissing the writs of error are now ..... the railroad tariff charges covering the same service is within the jurisdiction of the district court page 274 u. s. 182 where diversity of citizenship and jurisdictional amount are present, and the question whether an administrative decision by the interstate commerce commission is prerequisite to the plaintiff's cause .....

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May 16 1927 (FN)

Ohio Ex Rel. Clark Vs. Deckebach

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-16-1927

..... an earlier case, state ex rel. balli v. carrel, 99 ohio st. 285, it had held that the ordinance in question did not deny any rights guaranteed by the federal constitution. the case comes here on writ of error, judicial code, 237, as amended, the plaintiff renewing here the contentions made below. at the outset, defendant insists that plaintiff has not ..... established that he is entitled to the benefit of the treaty, since his allegation of citizenship is not admitted on the face of the pleadings. but the supreme court of ohio has construed the pleadings as sufficient to draw in question the validity of the ordinance ..... , 1 malloy, treaties, 624, 645, and as denying the equal protection of the laws guaranteed by the fourteenth amendment. page 274 u. s. 394 defendant answered, traversing the allegation of citizenship and asserting that billiard and pool rooms in the city of cincinnati are meeting places of idle and vicious persons; that they are frequented by lawbreakers and other undesirable persons ..... local law of pleading which, it is said, enable defendant to justify his refusal to issue a license because of plaintiff's assertion of british citizenship, and at the same time deny that plaintiff has established citizenship entitling him to the protection of the treaty. see forsyth v. vehmeyer, 177 u. s. 177 , 177 u. s. 180 ; allen v. alleghany co., 196 .....

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Apr 25 1927 (FN)

Duignan Vs. United States

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-25-1927

..... we do not consider the constitutionality of the forfeiture under 23. the court below, in enumerating the questions raised and presented, made no mention of the constitutional question. the assignment of errors below did not refer specifically to it as required by the rules of that court, and, so far as the record discloses ..... the two principal grounds urged for reversal: (1) that appellant was denied the right to a jury trial, in violation of the seventh amendment of the constitution, and (2) that the forfeiture of appellant's lease is a denial of due process of law. so far as appellant's motion for a ..... lease is one arising under a law of the united states, and the district court had jurisdiction to determine a suit founded upon it, regardless of the citizenship of the parties. judicial code, 24(a). numerous other questions are raised by appellant's brief and argument, but, so far as they are of ..... denied. at the outset, appellant denies the jurisdiction of the district court to try the issues raised by the cross-bill in the absence of diversity of citizenship. section 23 provides: "any violation of this title upon any leased premises by the lessee or occupant thereof shall, at the option of the lessor, ..... lessor asserting his federal right under 23 to a forfeiture of the lease as against the lessee are within the jurisdiction of the district court regardless of the citizenship of the parties. p. 274 u. s. 197 . 3. a suit by the united states to abate a liquor nuisance under 22 of title .....

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Feb 21 1927 (FN)

Hayman Vs. City of Galveston

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Feb-21-1927

..... by appellant or other osteopaths. the bill does not set up diversity of citizenship of the parties, page 273 u. s. 416 and the only ground of jurisdiction alleged is that the suit is one arising under the constitution of the united states. on motion directed to the pleadings, the bill ..... or method, or to effect cures thereof" is a physician, and may be admitted to practice within the state. article xvi, 31, texas constitution; complete tex.stat. 1920, arts. 5739, 5741, 5745. we cannot say that a regulation excluding from the conduct of a hospital the devotees of ..... in the circumstances of this case, the selection complained of was based upon a classification not arbitrary or unreasonable on its face. under the texas constitution and statutes, anyone who shall "offer to treat any disease or disorder, mental or physical, or any physical deformity or injury by any system ..... protection may be in other situations, it cannot, we think, be said that all licensed physicians page 273 u. s. 417 have a constitutional right to practice their profession in a hospital maintained by a state or a political subdivision the use of which is reserved for purposes of medical ..... united states, but having the right under the state law to practice his profession of osteopathic physician is not deprived of rights under the federal constitution -- the privileges and immunities clause, and the due process and equal protection clauses of the fourteenth amendment -- by a regulation excluding osteopaths from .....

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Apr 11 1927 (FN)

Fidelity National Bank Vs. Swope

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-11-1927

..... , 1927 274 u.s. 123 appeal from the circuit court of appeals for the eighth circuit syllabus 1. where jurisdiction of the district court was based on diverse citizenship as well as the constitutional question raised by the bill, its decree was appealable to the circuit court of appeals, (jud.code 128), and the decree of that court appealable here, under jud ..... law provides a remedy enforceable in the courts according to the regular course of legal procedure, and that remedy is pursued, there arises a case within the meaning of the constitution, whether the subject of the litigation be property or status." tutun v. united states, supra, 270 u. s. 577 . thus, naturalization proceedings, tutun v. united states, supra, or a special ..... authorizing the improvement, the limits of the benefit district, the method of apportioning benefits, and the validity of the proposed liens. that the issues thus raised and judicially determined would constitute a case or controversy if raised and determined in a suit brought by the taxpayer to enjoin further proceedings under the ordinance could not fairly be questioned. compare risty v ..... deemed res adjudicata here if the proceeding in the state court was a "case" or "controversy" within the appellate jurisdiction of this court. fed.const. art. iii, 2, so that constitutional rights asserted, or which page 274 u. s. 131 might have been asserted, in that proceeding could eventually have been reviewed here. that this proceeding authorized by 28 of the .....

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Mar 07 1927 (FN)

Nixon Vs. Herndon

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Mar-07-1927

..... eligible to participate in a democratic party primary election held in the state of texas," &c.;, and that this statute is contrary to the fourteenth and fifteenth amendments to the constitution of the united states. the defendants moved to dismiss upon the ground that the subject matter of the suit was political, and not within the jurisdiction of the court and ..... intent to protect the blacks from discrimination against them. slaughter house cases, 16 wall. 36. strauder v. west virginia, 100 u. s. 303 . that amendment "not only gave citizenship and the privileges of citizenship to persons of color, but it denied to any state the power to withhold from them the equal protection of the laws. . . . what is this but declaring that .....

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Jan 10 1927 (FN)

James-dickinson Farm Mortgage Co. Vs. Harry

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-10-1927

..... of requests for rulings made by the defendants were denied. many other rulings to which they objected were given. exceptions were duly taken. as the case is properly here on constitutional grounds, the jurisdiction of this court extends page 273 u. s. 122 to a review of all questions. chaloner v. sherman, 242 u. s. 455 , 242 u. s. 457 . all ..... , against dickinson, a citizen of texas, and james-dickinson farm mortgage company, a missouri corporation. the defendants removed the case to the federal court on the ground of diversity of citizenship. dickinson, who had been served personally within illinois, pleaded to the merits. the company, upon which service had been made by reading and delivering the summons to dickinson "as its ..... which the other party is induced to enter into a contract is within state power, and not a violation of due process. p. 273 u. s. 123 . 4 a state constitutionally may make proof of one fact presumptive evidence of another rationally connected with it, and may shift the burden of proof. p. 273 u. s. 124 . 5. a state statute .....

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