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Classification of the laws of the United States with reference to
401. International law divided into domestic international law and for
eign international law, ...... 455
402. Domestic international law subdivided, . . . 456
403. Foreign international law subdivided, .... 456
404. Personal status to be considered as an effect of these divisions of
the law, ....... 457
THE NATIONAL MUNICIPAL (intebnal) LAW OF THE UNITED STATES ITS
EFFECT UPON CONDITIONS OF FREEDOM AND ITS OPPOSITES.
Of the Constitution as a legislative determination of the rights of
405. National municipal law to be considered as affecting individual
rights and legal capacity, ..... 458
406. Reference to the distinction between legal persons and legal things, 458
407. Power over personal liberty may have been disclaimed by the
ultimate sovereign, ...... 459
408. Effect of a universal attribution of any rights in the Constitution, 461
409. Of limitations on the powers of the Government as securing
rights of private persons, ..... 462
410. Enumeration of such limitations in the Constitution on the powers
of the national Government, ..... 462
411. Of limitations on the powers reserved to the States, . . 464
412. Of the character of the Constitution as a bill of rights, . . 464
Consequences from the recognitionof the preexisting constituent people.
413. Rights which must be attributed to the individuals composing that
people, ........ 465
414. The individual members are known by the then existing laws of
personal condition, ...... 466
415. The private law of the colonics was not abrogated by the Revolu
tion, . . . . . . . .467
416. The Declaration of Independence was not intended to operate as
private law, ....... 467
417. The Congress declaring it had no powers in respect to personal
condition, ....... 469
418. No such effect has been judicially ascribed to such national decla
rations of right, ...... 471
419. There is no national abnegation of power to limit personal liberty, 471
Of customary or common law included in the national municipal law.
Constitutional location of power over personal condition.
OF THE NATIONAL MUNICIPAL LAW OF THB UNITED STATES—THE SUBJECT
CONTINUED OF THB PERSONS WHO MAT APPLY THAT LAW BY THE EXERCISE OF JUDICIAL POWER.
National law applied in the concurrent jurisdiction of the State courts.
Of restrictions on the concurrent judicial power.
Of liberty in its relation to the State sovereignty.