368—Taylor vs. Morton ; violations of treaties....
369—Treaty stipulations and tariff laws; Whitney vs. Robertson.. 69
370—Other treaty stipulations as to tariff; necessity for legislation 71
371–Summary of treaty and tariff decisions...
Notes on treaty and tariff cases: The Sugar cases, 72;
the Opium case, 73; the Russian Hemp case, 74; the
Portuguese Tonnage case, 76; other cases, 77.
372—Treaty-making power cannot appropriate money.
373–Turner vs. Ain. Bap, Miss. Union ; Justice McLean's opin-
ion as to appropriations ....
374–Treaty stipulations at times self-operative; the British
prisoners; Justice Woodbury's opinion; the Metzgar cases 79
375—Practical difficulties removed by legislation...
376—Rights of individuals under treaty stipulations; Ilead Money
377–Chief Justice Marshall's rule in Foster vs. Neilson reiterated 84
378—Treaties and statutes; the latest prevails; the Cherokee To-
bacco; Justice Swayne's opinion...
379—Statutes which violate treaties; difference between State
and United States statutes in this respect; the Chinese
Note on Chinese Exclusion cases: Treaties with China,
87; Chinese Immigration Statutes, 91; Chinese Exclu-
sion cases, 93; Earlier Supreme Court cases, 91; First
Chinese Ecclusion case, 95; Non-desirable Alien Exclu-
sion case, 97; Chinese Merchant's case, 98; deportation,
Second Chinese Exclusion case, 103; other points, 107;
delegation of authority by Congress, 107; right of jury
trial, 108; Chinese Baby case, citizenship by birth, 109;
Chinese Wife case, 113; miscellaneous cases in United
States Circuit and District Courts, 114; Mr. Boutwell's
views and summary, 120.
380—Wide scope of decisions in Chinese Exclusion cases. 102
381–Summary of decisions in cases involving Congressional legis-
lation as to Chinese immigration ....
382—Termination of war by treaty of peace.
383—When treaties take effect, as to governments and as to indi-
384—Abrogation of treaties; various methods..
385—Direct abrogation by Congressional action..