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PARENT AND CHILD,

regulation of relation of, 551-566.
original character of relation of its political aspect, 551–654.
no limitation to State interference, 554-561.
compulsory education, 561-563.
parent's duty of maintenance, 563, 564.
child's duty to support indigent parents, 564, 565.
relation of guardian and ward, subject to State regulation, 565.

testamentary guardian, 566.
PARTITION,

of joint estates, 362-364.
PERPETUITY,

rule against, in relation to personal property, 488, 489.
PERSONAL LIBERTY,

defined and how guaranteed, 66-69.
PERSONAL PROPERTY,

regulation of sale of certain articles of, 207-210.
police regulation of, 483-524.
acquisition of interest in, 483, 486.
real and personal property therein distinguished, 484-486.
statute of uses and rule against perpetuity as regulations of per-

sonal property, 486-489.
regulation and prohibition of sale of personal property, 489-492.
disposition of, by will, 492, 493.
involuntary alienation, 493-496.
control of property by guardian, 496-498.
destruction of personal property on account of illegal use, 498.
laws regulating use of, 499-515.
prohibition of possession of certain, 499, 500.
regulation and prohibition of manufacture of certain, 500-502.
carrying of concealed weapons prohibited, 502, 503.
manufacture of regulated, 504.
miscellaneous regulation of use of, 504.
laws regulating use of domestic animals in general, 505-507.
keeping of dogs, 507–513.
laws for the prevention of cruelty to animals, 518-515.
regulation of contracts and rights of action, 615–522.

regulation of ships and shipping, 523-524.
PILOTAGE LAWS, 624-627.

defendants, in criminal prosecution, 92-95.
PEINE FORTE ET DURE, 92.
POISON,

regulation of sale of, 209, 210.

POLICE POWER,

defined and explained, 1-4.
constitutional limitations upon, 13–15.
abstract justice no limitation upon, 5-9.
control of criminal classes, 70-101.
control of dangerous classes, 102–136.
control of insane, 103–114.
control of habitual drunkards, 114-116.
control of vagrants, 116–122.
control of morality and religion, 148–188.
control of minors, 131-136.
regulation of citizenship and domicile, 137–147.
regulation of religion, constitutional restrictions, 159–166.
supervision of habitual criminals, 124-131.
supervision of prostitutes, 131.
regulation of personal property, 483-524.
(see personal property.)
in its relation to corporations, 574-602.
(see corporations.)
regulation of real property, 328-482.
(see real property.)
regulation of trades and professions, 194-327.
(see trades and professions.)
in the Federal system of government, location of, 603-639.
United States government one of enumerated powers, 603-612.
generally, resides in the States, 612-614.
regulations affecting interstate commerce, 614, 617.
police control of navigable streams, 617-623.
police regulation of harbors, pilotage laws, 624-627.
regulation of weights and measures, 627, 628.
counterfeiting of coins and currencies, 628, 629.
regulation of sale of patented articles, 629-631.
war and rebellion, 631, 632.
regulation of militia, 632, 633.
taxation, 633–638.
regulation of offenses against the laws of nations, 688.

exercise of, by municipal corporations, 688–639.
POLYGAMY,

prohibited, 538, 539.
POST-OFFICE AND POST ROADS,

government monopolies, 326, 327.
POVERTY,

as a legal objection to marriage, 535, 536.
POWER OF APPOINTMENT,

when interests in expectancy, 350, 351.

PRACTICE OF LAW,

regulation of the, 204, 205.
PRELIMINARY CONFINEMENT,

to answer for a crime, 79-81.
PRESS,

police regulation of the, 180–193.
PRICES AND CHARGES,

regulation of, 233-238.
PRIVATE RIGHTS,

table of, 16.
PRIVATE PROPERTY,

in land, what is, 328-335.
PRIVILEGE,

of legislators, 37-40.
in judicial proceedings, 40-45.

by government may be made exclusive, 315-326.
PRIVILEGED COMMUNICATIONS, 35-39.
PROCESS FAIR ON ITS FACE, 81-83.
PROFESSIONS,

regulation of, 1 4-327.
PROHIBITION,

of emigration, 141.
of sale of railroad tickets by scalpers, 292, 293.
of sale of personal property, 294, 295, 298, 311, 489-492.
of unwholesome trade in tenement house, 430-433.
of private market, 312, 314.
of possession of certain personal property, 499, 500.
of manufacture of certain articles, 500, 502.

of carrying concealed weapons, 502, 503.
PROSTITUTION,

police supervision of, 131.

houses of, prohibited, 291.
PROTECTIVE TARIFF, 224–226.
PUBLIC POLICY,

general prohibition of contracts on ground of, 271.
PUBLICATIONS,

through the press, how far privileged, 52–59.
PUNISHMENT,

PUNISHMENT - Continued.

when cruel and unusual, 21, 22, 24.

of criminal insane, 110-114.
PURCHASE OF REAL ESTATE,

limitation of the, 351-354.

QUARTERING SOLDIERS,

in private dwellings, 466, 467.

RAILROADS,

appropriation of highways for use of, 409-420.
as a government monopoly, 326, 327.
police regulation of, 593–602.

regulation of rates and charges of, 587-591.
RATES AND CHARGES,

of corporations, regulated by law, 587–591.
REAL PRORERTY,

police regulations of, 328-482.
what is meant by “private property in land?”' 328-335.
regulation of estates – vested rights, 335-341.
interests of expectancy, 341-351 ,
limitation of the right of acquisition, 351-354.
regulation of the right of alienation, 354-357.
involuntary alienation, 357–370.
eminent domain, 370–422.
exercise of power regulated by legislature, 372–378.
public purpose, what is a, 379-391.
what property may be taken, 391-397.
what constitutes a taking, 397-420.
compensation, how ascertained, 420-422.
regulation of the use of lands — what is a nuisance ? 422-426.
what is a nuisance, a judicial question, 426-430.
unwholesome trades in tenement houses may be prohibited, 430-433.
confinement of objectionable trades to certain localities, 433-436.
regulation of burial grounds, 437, 438.
laws regulating the construction of wooden buildings, 438–440.
regulation of right to hunt game, 440.
abatement of nuisances — destruction of buildings, 440–442.
how far the use of land may be controlled by the requirement of

license, 442-444.
improvement of property at the expense, and against the will of the

owner, 444-448.
regulation on non-navigable streams — Fisheries, 448-451.
conversion of non-navigable into navigable streams, 451, 452.

REAL PROPERTY — Continued.

statutory liability of lessors for the acts of lessees, 452-460.
search warrants, 460-466.
quartering soldiers in private dwellings, 466, 467.

taxation, 467-482.
REGRATING, FORESTALLING AND ENGROSSING, 242–945.
RELIGION,

police regulation of, constitutional restrictions upon, 159-166.
crime not permitted under guise of, 171-174.
criticism and blasphemy distinguished, 166–171.
limitation upon worship permissible, 171-174.
discrimination in respect to admissibility of testimony, 174, 175.
exercises in Congress and Legislatures of States, 160, 161.
in public schools, 161-163.

meetings in public thoroughfares, 172–174.
REMAINDERS,

when interests in expectancy, 348–350.
REMOTE CAUSE,

not subject of police regulation, 151-152.
REPUTATION,

security to, 35-65.
RESTRAINT OF TRADE,

combinations in, prevention of, 245-251.
REVERSIONS,

not interest in expectancy, 348.
RIGHT OF ACTION,

regulation of contracts and, 515-522.
RIGHTS,

how affected by crime, 70.
RULE AGAINST PERPETUITY,

in relation to personal property, 488, 489.

SALE,

of certain articles of merchandise, regulation of, 207–210.
SALOONS,

prohibition of, 307, 309–311.
SCALES,

regulation of weighing by public, 208, 209.
SCALPERS,

ticket, prohibited from carrying on the business, 292, 293.

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