The Constitution of the United States of America

The Constitution of the United States of America

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Excerpt: ...to wills in Lane v. Vick, 3 How. 464 (1845); to torts in Chicago City v. Robbins, 2 Bl. 418 (1862); to real estate titles and the rights of riparian owners in Yates v. Milwaukee, 10 Wall. 497 (1870); to mineral conveyances in Kuhn v. Fairmont Coal Co., 215 U.S. 349 (1910); to contracts in Rowan v. Runnels, 5 How. 134 (1847); and to the right to exemplary or punitive damages in Lake Shore & M.S.R. Co. v. Prentice, 147 U.S. 101 (1893). By 1888 there were 28 kinds of cases in which federal and State courts applied different rules of the common law. See George C. Holt, The Concurrent Jurisdiction of the Federal and State Courts (New York, 1888), 159-188. 540 Rowan v. Runnels, 5 How. 134 (1847); Gelpcke v. Dubuque, 1 Wall. 175 (1864). 541 Williamson v. Berry, 8 How. 495 (1850); Pease v. Peck, 18 How. 595 (1856); Watson v. Tarpley, 18 How. 517 (1856). 542 Lane v. Vick, 3 How. 464 (1845); Williamson v. Berry, 8 How. 495 (1850); Gelpcke v. Dubuque, 1 Wall. 175 (1864). 543 149 U.S. 308, 401-404 (1893). 544 215 U.S. 349, 370 (1910). 545 276 U.S. 518 (1928). 546 Ibid. 533. Justice Holmes was influenced in part by the article of Charles Warren, New Light On The History Of The Federal Judiciary Act of 1789, 37 Harv. L. Rev. 49, 81-88 (1923), in which Mr. Warren produced evidence to show that Justice Story's interpretation in the Tyson Case was contrary to the intention of the framers of the act. Mr. Warren did not, however, contend that the Tyson rule was unconstitutional. Justice Holmes was joined in his dissent by Justices Brandeis and Stone. In addition to judicial dissatisfaction with the Tyson rule as manifested in dissents, disapproval in Congressional quarters resulted in bills by Senators Walsh and Norris in the 70th and 71st Congresses, S. 3151, 70th Cong., 1st. sess., S. Rept. 626 of Committee on the Judiciary, March 27, 1928; S. 4357, 70th Cong., 2d. sess., S. Rept. 691, Committee on the Judiciary, May 20, 1930; S. 4333, 70th Cong., 1st. sess.;...show more

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