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The nationality and sovereignty of the United States as recognized
JUDICIAL DECISIONS AFFECTING THE TREATYMAKING POWER OF THE UNITED STATES, ITS EXTENT AND APPLICATION.
JUDICIAL DECISIONS IN REGARD TO THE RELATIVE EFFECT OF
TREATY STIPULATIONS AND STATE LAWS.
SECTION 318-Subject reviewed thus far 331-Fairfax vs. IIunter; Justice from historical and not
Story's opinion; State law from judicial standpoint.
and treaties, 1812. 320_Views of members of Consti. 332_Chirac vs. Chirac; Chief Justutional Convention not al
tice Marshall's opinion, ways followed by courts.
1817. 321—Construction and effect of 333— The Pollard Case ; Justice constitutional provisions
Baldwin's opinion; 1840. to be determined by courts;
334-Hauenstein Lynham; President Jackson's views
Justice Swayne's opinion; as to personal construction.
1879. 322—Views of publicists and 335—Geoffroy vs. Riggs; Justice courts as to extent and
Field's opinion 1889; the scope of treaty-inaking
great extent of the treaty
making power. 323—Treaty-making power to be 336—The Chinese influx; legal considered as to scope and
questions and treaty riglits extent, its effect on State
involved. legislation, and the rela- 337—This chapter devoted to State tive effect of treaties and
treaty Congressional statutes.
rights. 324_First important treaty case; 338—Anti-Chinese legislation in Ware vs. Hylton.
Pacific Coast States. 325—Far-reaching effect of deci 339—Interference of Federal judision in Ware vs. Hylton ;
ciary to protect treaty five opinions delivered.
rights of aliens. 326—Opinions of Justices Chase 310—Oregon statute prohibiting and Patterson.
employment of Chinese 327–Opinions of Justices Wilson
laborers declared void. and Cusliing.
341–California's constitution of 328—Justice Iredell's dissenting
1879; anti-Chinese proviopinion.
sions declared void. 329—John Marshall's defeat ; per 342-California anti-Chinese statsonnel of the court.
utes declared void. 330—Ware vs. Hylton the leading 343–Justice Field's opinion in authority for over a cen
the Chinese Queue Case; tury.