Readings on the Relation of Government to Property and Industry

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INDEX
Accounts and reports of public service corporations, 323
Addyston Pipe case, 261, 264, 548, 550
Administration and the Courts, see Judicial Review, Justice Field, Justice Marshall
Administration of justice, defects in, 94, 101
Administrative and legislative power compared, 378 ff., 438
Administrative determination of Federal Government, 387 ff.
Administrative functions and labor laws, 414, 415, 479, 480
Administrative law, 325 ff.; usurpation in, 551
Agreements to fix price, 37
Andrews, J. B., 413
Anti-trust law, Federal, 38, 46-47, 140, 243, 267, 280 ff. See also Sherman Law. State anti-trust laws, 40, 41, 140, 187, 235 ff.; operation of, 44 ff. British anti-trust law, 267, 268, 270 ff.
Assumption of risks, 466
Australia, Constitution of, 125, 126; minimum wage law of, 431
Ayres, A. U., 191
Banks, regulation of, 145; charters of, 209. See also Alexander Hamilton
Barbour, Justice, on police power of states, 119
"Blue Sky" laws, 191 ff.
Bounties, 57, 516
Bowman, H. M., 197
Boycott, 265, 266, 485, 491 ff., 494, 617. See also Carpenter, Justice Harlan, Judge Taft, Law of, 485 ff.
Bradley, Justice, on congressional power over corporations, 210
Brandeis, L. D., on trust regulation, 602
British minimum wage legislation, 433
Brooks, T. J., 623
Brown, Justice, on police power, 113
Bruce, A. A., 293
Buck Stove case, 283, 487-490
Bureaucratic control, 35. See Centralization
Burgess, J. W., on police power, 103, 104
Business, affected with a public interest, 285 ff., 293 ff., 344 ff.; difference between public and private, 284; and government, 33, 35, 69; enterprise and the law, 38; regulation of, 24, 26, 28 ff., 69, 140, 157 ff., 498 ff.; size of business unit, 33. See also Anti- trust legislation, Congress, laissezfaire, Sherman law, Inspection laws
Calvert, T. H., 547
Carpenter, Judge, on boycotts, 486
Cattle legislation, 142, 168
Centralization, 26; Federal centralization, 26, 42, 209 ff., 498, 547 ff., 551 ff.
Charles River Bridge case, 21, 24
Charter of public service corporations, 317, 359
Charters of corporations, 7, 16 ff., 179 ff., 212, 213, 173
Class legislation, 302
Clifford, Justice, on power of courts over State legislation, 505
Combinations, 197 ff., 267 ff., 576 ff., 580, 588. See Anti-trust law, Trusts, Monopoly, Competition. Methods of, 261 ff. See also Judge. Cooley, Dicey, Justice Hughes
Commission, authority of, 315 ff.; power of, 317 ff., 343, 378 ff.; organization of, 311 ff.; operation of, 346 ff.; industrial, 415, 467 ff.; tax, 60; public utilities, 308 ff.; Railroad, 41, 336; government by, 61, 552, 332; nature of commissions' power, 378 ff.; criticism of, 47, 48, 324 ff., 332 ff.; and judicial functions, 328 ff., 379 ff., 394 ff., 403 ff.; and legislative functions, 379 ff. See also Fuller, Chief Justice
Common law, 92, 285; and decent, 68; and corporations, 186; on conspiracy, 270 ff., 278; individualism in, 95
Commons, J. R., 467
Commonwealth v. Alger, 118
Communism, 50

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