Contempt of Court in Labor Injunction Cases

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INDEX
A
Affidavit of Service, 132
Amalgamated Association of Street and Electric Railway Employees, 96
Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, 58, 93
American Federation of Labor, 31, 42n, 44, 87, 110
Appeal from decisions, 27
Arrests for contempt, 88
disorderly conduct, 92n.
injunction violation, 36
B
Bakery and Confectionary Workers' International Union, 53, 77, 88
Breach of contract by employers, 79
C
Civil contempt, 18, 20, 27, 44, 77, 79, 81
Clayton Act, 105, 106n.
Colorado contempt statute, 139
Complaints in contempt actions, 25n.
Classification of contempts, 17-22, 44-48
confusion in, 21, 45, 101
criticism of, 111
Congregation around place of business, 72
Consequential contempts, 22n.
Constructive contempts, 22n.
Contempt
alteration of parties to case, 19
appeals, 27
arrests, 36, 88
attitude of workers toward, 35
by "strangers", 23, 95
civil, 18, 20, 27, 44, 77, 81
classification, 17-22, 44-48
common law provision, 34
consequential, 22n.
constructive, 22n.
conviction for, 83, 100
criminal, 18, 27, 44, 77, 81
definition, 17-22
direct, 22n.
early English practice, 23
hearings, 27
indirect, 22n.
"inherent powers" to punish, 24
initiation of actions, 25
misdemeanor of, 29, 86
nature of acts prosecuted, 69
number of cases involving service, 59
penalty for, 81
persons cited for, 46, 48-56
power of courts to punish, 22, 23, 52n.
practice in Tudor period, 34
private, 21
procedure, 25-28
proposed constitutional amendment, 32
public, 21
sign and banner carrying, 76
special proceeding in civil actions, 87
summary punishment, 20, 24
trade unions involved, 44
trial, 28
union-plaintiff cases, 98
unusual cases, 44
wilful, 19, 21
Contempt actions
number and distribution, 41-44
when started, 64-68
Contempt classification, 17-22, 44-48 confusion in, 21, 45
Contempt legislation, 32
existing statutes, 139-142
federal law, 8, 142
history of, 105-110
state laws, 8, 108
Contempt papers,
complaint, 25n.
order, 132
order to show came, 26
recitations in orders, 27
warrant of commitment,27

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