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LIBERTY OF SPEECH AND OF THE PRESS,
Hamilton's reasons why protection of, by bill of rights, was not important,
censorship of publications, 522-524.
and of United States Senate, 524.
modification of, by statute, 538.
prosecutions for, have ceased in England, 535.
whether now punishable in America, 537.
publication of speeches of counsel, &c., not privileged, 559.
but not of ex parte proceedings, 559.
must not include indecent or blasphemous matter, 560.
publishers generally held to same responsibility as other persons, 567.
exemplary damages against publishers, 569.
rule in England, 569.
publication of speeches by members, 571, 572.
Woodfall's and Miller's cases, 572, 573.
LIBERTY OF SPEECH AND OF THE PRESS, - continued.
provisions on the subject in State constitutions, 576, n.
lication can be shown, 577.
that publication was copied from another source is not sufficient, 579, n.
of occupations in general, 749.
revoking, where a fee was received therefor, 345, n.
when are taxes, 246, n.
(See LIBERTY OF SPEECH AND OF THE Press.)
distinguished from liberty, 548, n.
statutory, may be taken away, 351.
action for taking, through negligence, &c., 725.
not to be taken but by due process of law, 13, 19, 436, n.
of time to apply for compensation for property taken by public, 700, 701.
may cut off vested rights, 453–456.
do not apply to State or nation, 456, n.
(See LEGISLATURES OF TIE States.)
copyright to, Congress may provide for, 11, 12.
privilege of criticism of, 568, 569.
contract sor, unlawful, 166-168, n., 259, n.
constitutionality of, 150–152.
State constitutions framed in reference to, 44, 212.
LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT, — continued.
(See MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS.)
may give jurisdiction to courts, 506-508.
taxation dependent upon, 622–628, 643.
constitutional provisions to prevent, 172–183.
laws for observance of, how justified, 594, 734.
code of, based upon the civil law, 35, n.
excluded from suffrage, 753.
grant of, did not create constitutional government, 3, n.
provision in, for trial by peers, &c., 435.
inviolability of, 375, n.
judges to give opinions to governor and legislature, 51, n.
exclusions from suffrage in, 753, n.
what constitutes two-thirds, 171.
wbat sufficient in elections, 752, 772.
presumption of, from falsity of injurious publications, 528, 566, 567.
in refusing to receive legal votes, 777.
presumption in cases of homicide, 403, n.
to the executive, 141, n.
to compel canvassers to perform duty, 785.
doctrine of, 89-94.
but courts cannot always enforce, 157.
whether dams for, car be established under ght of eminent domain,
taxation in aid of, 610, n.
State power to regulate, 749.
validating invalid, by retrospective legislation, 465.
(See DIVORCE; MARRIED WOMEN.)
exclusion of, from suffrage, 37, 753.
(See DivoRCE; DOWER.)
draining of, and assessments therefor, 635, 636, 665.
when may be declared, 379, n, 394, n.
danger from, 775.
special statutes licensing sale of lands forbidden, 119, n.
judges of, to give opinions to governor and legislature, 51, n.
exclusions from suffiage in, 753, n.
of apprentice, servant, and scholar, power of, 421.
of government, laws in violation of, 205–207.
gradual growth and expansion of, 67.
a statute is to be construed as prospective, and not retrospective, in
its operation, 76.
give effect to the intention of the law-makers, 71.
ordinary sense, 72, 102, n.
to remedy, 79, 80.
meaning, 103, n.
an argument drawn from inconvenience is forcible in the law, 82-86.
no man can be judge in his own cause, 514-517.
so enjoy your own as not to injure that of another, 715.
regulation of, 749.
contested seats of, decided by the house, 161.