International Executive Agreements: Democratic Procedure under the Constitution of the United States

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Cases
THE JUDICIAL decisions cited in the present volume and the pages upon which they appear in text or footnote are listed below.
Altman, (B.) & Company v. United States ( 1912), 224 U. S. 583 15, 89, 274-275, 280n
Amazon Petroleum Corp., et al. v. Ryan et al. ( 1935), 293 U. S. 388 296-297
American Insurance Company, The, and the Ocean Insurance Company (of New York) appellants, v. 356 Bales of Cotton, David Canter, claimant and appellee ( 1828), 26 U. S. 511 224n
Amiable Isabella, The, Munos, claimant ( 1821), 19 U. S. 1 215
Andrews v. Andrews ( 1903), 188 U. S. 14 358
Asakura v. City of Seattle et al ( 1924), 265 U. S. 332 291n
Ashwander et al. v. Tennessee Valley Authority et al. ( 1936), 297 U. S. 288 184
Attorney General for Canada, appellant v. Attorney General for Ontario and Others, respondents ( 1937), L. R. [ 1937] 3 A. C. 326295n
Aurora, The Cargo of the Brig, Burnside, claimant, v. The United States ( 1813), 11 U. S. 382 45, 287n
Bakelite Corporation, Ex parte, ( 1929), 279 U. S. 438 223-224
Baldwin v. Franks ( 1887), 120 U. S. 678 358-359
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Co. v. Interstate Commerce Commission ( 1911), 221 U. S. 612 295
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Co. et al. v. United States et al. ( 1936), 298 U. S. 349 295
Barron (John), survivor of John Craig, for the use of Luke Tiernan, executor of John Craig, v. The Mayor and City Council of Baltimore ( 1833), 32 U. S. 243 288-289
Bas, plaintiff in error, v. Tingy, defendant in error [The Eliza] ( 1800), 4 U. S. 37 242
Block, trading under the name of Whites, v. Hirsch ( 1921), 256 U. S. 135 294
Blythe v. Hinckley ( 1901), 180 U. S. 333 359n
Bosley v. McLaughlin, Labor Commissioner of the State of California ( 1915), 236 U. S. 385 294-295
Brandenburg et al. v. Doyle, U. S. Dist. Atty., et al. ( 1935), 12 Federal Supplement 342356n
Brown (Marcus) Holding Company, Inc., v. Feldman et al. ( 1921), 256 U. S. 170 294

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