Federal Centralization: A Study and Criticism of the Expanding Scope of Congressional Legislation

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TABLE OF CASES CITED
Adair v. United States, 1908. 208 U. S.161279, 336
Adams Express Co. v. Kentucky, 1909. 214 U. S.218171
Addyston Pipe and Steel Co. v. United States, 1899. 175 U. S. 211222, 268, 272
Allgeyer v. Louisiana, 1897. 165 U. S.57883
Almy v. California, 1860. 24 How. 16958
American Express Co. v. Iowa, 1905. 196 U. S.133172
American School of Magnetic Healing v. McAnnulty, 1902. 187 U. S.9484
American Steel Foundriesv. Tri-City Trades Council, 1921. 42 Sup. Ct. 72289
Armour v. North Dakota, 1916. 240 U. S.510130
Athanasaw v. United States, 1913. 227 U. S.326121
Austin v. Tennessee, 1900. 179 U. S.343165
B. & O. Ry. Co. v. Interstate Commerce Commission, 1911. 221 U. S.612244, 278, 318
Bailey v. Drexel Furniture Co., 1922. 66 L. Ed. 522. 56, 62, 137, 158, 344
Baker v. Portland, 1879. 5 Sawyer56695
Bartemeyer v. Iowa, 1873. 85 U. S.129164
Bennett v. United States, 1913. 227 U. S.333121
Borgnis v. Falk Co. 1911. 147 Wis.327328, 329
Bowman v. Chicago & N. W. Ry. Co., 1886. 125 U. S.465. 165, 169, 176
Brown v. Maryland, 1827. 12 Wheat. 419220
Caminetti v. United States, 1917. 242 U. S.470121, 340
Carneal v. Banks, 1825. 10 Wheat. 18194
Champion v. Ames, 1903. 188 U. S.321108, 109, 110, 111
Cherokee Tobacco, The, 1871. 11 Wall. 61696
Chicago, M. & St. P. Ry. Co. v. Solan, 1898. 169 U. S.133236
Chicago & N. W. Ry. Co. v. Fuller, 1873. 17 Wall. 560236
Chinese Exclusion Case, 1889. 130 U. S.58193
Chirac v. Chirac, 1817. 2 Wheat. 25994
Chisholm v. Georgia, 1792. 2 Dall.4197
Cincinnati, N. O. & T. Ry. v. Interstate Commerce Commission, 1896. 162 U. S.184239, 241
Clark v. United States, 1914. 211 Fed. 916114
Clark Distilling Company v. Western Maryland Ry. Co., 1917. 242 U. S.31182, 110, 176
Cohens v. Virginia, 1821. 6 Wheat. 264105
Collector v. Day, 1871. 11 Wall. 11368
Cooley v. Board, 1851. 12 How. 299233

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