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LIST OF REFERENCES ON FEDERAL CONTROL OF COMMERCE
Adams, Brooks. Legal supervision of the transportation tax.
(In North American review, vol. 179, Sept., 1904, pp. 371-387.) - Taxation of inter-state commerce.
(In International review, vol. 10, May, 1881, pp. 428-436.) Adams, Charles Francis. The interstate commerce law.
(In Compendium of transportation theories, pp. 178–184. Washing
ton, D. C., 1893. 8o.) Adams, Henry C. A decade of federal railway regulation.
(In Atlantic monthly, vol. 81, Apr., 1898, pp. 433-443.) The federal taxation of interstate commerce.
(In American monthly review of reviews, vol. 19, Feb., 1899, pp.
193-198.) Allen, Charles Claflin. National control of the pollution of public
(In American law review, vol. 38, May-June, 1904, pp. 321-333.) Ames, Herman V., ed. State documents on federal relations: the
states and the United States. nos. 1-4. Published by the Department of history, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1900-1902. 4 pphs. 12o. CONTEN10.-1. Interpretation of the Constitution during the first two
decades of its history, 1789-1809. 1900. 44 pp. 2. State rights and the War of 1812. 1900. 44 pp. 3. The reserved rights of the states and the jurisdiction
of federal courts, 1819-1832. 1901. 44 pp.
4. The tariff and nullification, 1820-1833. 1902. 60 pp. Arnold, B. W., jr. Railroads and the government.
(In Gunton's magazine, vol. 15, Aug., 1898, pp. 125-133.) Baker, A. J. Annotated Constitution of the United States.
Chicago: Callaghan and company, 1891. lxxxvii, (1), 279 pp.
“Regulation of commerce," pp. 19–42.
Bancroft, George. History of the formation of the Constitution of
the United States of America.
“The regulation of commerce," pp. 136–153. Beck, James M. The federal power over trusts.
(In American academy of political and social science. Annals, vol.'
24, July, 1904, pp. 87-110.) Bonney, Charles C. The relation of the police power of the states to
the commerce power of the nation. Address, Jan. 28, 1891.
(In Illinois state bar association. Proceedings, 14th annual meet
ing, pp. 75–80. Springfield, 1891. 8o.) Same.
(In American law review, vol. 25, Mar.-Apr., 1891, pp. 159–169.) Report on proposed act of Congress for the regulation of interstate commerce.
(In American bar association. Report of the tenth annual meeting,
pp. 332-344. Philadelphia, 1887. 8°.). Boutwell, George S. The Constitution of the United States at the
end of the first century. Boston, U. S. A.: D.C. Heath & co., 1895. xviii, 412 pp. 8°.
“The regulation of commerce," pp. 190–204. Bryce, L., and J. J. Wait. The railway problem. 1. The legisla
tive solution. 2. A mercantile view.
(In North American review, vol. 164, Mar., 1897, pp. 327–348.) Callender, G. S. The early transportation and banking enterprises
of the states in relation to the growth of corporations.
(In Quarterly journal of economics, vol. 17, Nov., 1902, pp. 111-162.) Chittenden, L. C. Interstate commerce. Argument before the Com
mittee on commerce, House of Representatives, Jan. 29,
1884. [ Washington: Government printing office, 1884.] 15 pp. 89.
Caption-title. Clayton, Joseph Culbertson. Control of the trusts. Reflections on
the existing power of Congress to form and regulate corporations affected by interstate commerce relations.
(In Albany law journal, vol. 64, Nov., 1902, pp. 379-384.) Cleveland, F. A. The financial reports of national banks as a means
of public control.
24, July, 1904, pp. 43-66.) One of a series of articles entitled “The government regulation of
banks and trust companies.”
Combinations in restraint of interstate commerce: Sherman anti-trust
act. Triumph of the sugar trust over the people of the United States.
(In American law review, vol. 29, Mar.-Apr., 1895, pp. 293-306.) Conant, Charles A. The intervention of the state in the banking
(In Bankers' magazine (New York), vol. 65, Sept., 1902, pp. 288–
300.) Constitutionality of state regulations of interstate commerce.
(In American state reports, vol. 27, Feb., 1892, pp. 547–568.) Constitutionality of the Wilson law.
(In American law review, vol. 25, Jan.- Feb., 1891, p. 107; July
Aug., 1891, p. 651.) Cooley, Thomas M. The general principles of constitutional law in
the United States of America. 3d ed., by Andrew C. McLaughlin. Boston: Little, Brown, and company, 1898. li, (1), 423 pp. 129. (The students' series.)
“Regulation of commerce," pp. 66-88. The interstate commerce act. Pooling and combinations which affect its operation.
(In Compendium of transportation theories, pp. 242-250. Wash
ington, D. C., 1893. 8o.)
(In Compendium of transportation theories, pp. 229–241. Washing
ton, D. C., 1893. 8o.) A treatise on the constitutional limitations which rest upon
the legislative power of the states of the American union. 6th edition, with large additions, giving the results of the
recent cases, by Alexis C. Angell.
Regulation of commerce, pp. 720-732.
(In Compendium of transportation theories, pp. 80–85. Washing
ton, D. C., 1893. 8o.) Curtis, George Ticknor. Constitutional history of the Cnited States
from their Declaration of Independence to the close of their
civil war. In two volumes.
Regulation of commerce, vol. 1, pp. 500-502.
New York & London: G. P. Putnam's sons, 1889. V, (1), 281 pp. 12o. (Questions of the day, no. 60.)
Dana, William F. Federal restraints upon state regulation of rail-
road rates of fare and freight.
(In Harvard law review, vol. 9, Dec. 26, 1895, pp. 324-345.)
(In Harvard law review, vol. 16, Jan., 1903, pp. 178–185.)
(In Yale law journal, vol. 11, April, 1902, pp. 273–295.)
Excerpts from hearing before the Committee on interstate
states and with foreign countries in certain cases.
Arguments of Edwin C. Dinwiddie and Andrew Wilson, in favor of
opment in Iowa. With an introduction by Henry C.