Hours of Labor and Realism in Constitutional Law

Felix Frankfurter
Harvard Law Review
Vol. 29, No. 4 (Feb., 1916), pp. 353-373
DOI: 10.2307/1326686
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  • 1
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • 17 GREEN BAG 411
    • Judge Learned Hand, "Due Process of Law and the Eight Hour Day," 21 HARV. L. REV. 495
    • Professor Roscoe Pound, "Liberty of Contract," 18YALE L. J.454.
  • 2
    Congress in the Hours of Service Act of March 4, 1907
  • 3
    This reference contains 5 citations:
    • Atkin v. United States, 191 U. S. 207 (1903)
    • People v. Crane, 214 N. Y. 154, 108 N. E. 427 (1915)
    • 239 U. S. 195 (1915)
    • Heim v. McCall, 214 N.Y. 629, 108 N. E. 1095 (1915)
    • 239 U. S. 175 (1915)
  • 4
    40 N. E. 454
  • 5
    91 N. W. 421
  • 6
    70 Pac. 52
  • 7
    81 N. E. 778
  • 8
    93 Pac. 14
  • 9
    91 N. E. 695
  • 10
    108 N. E. 639
  • 12
    58 Pac. 1071
  • 14
    54 Atl. 602
  • 16
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • 80 Pac. 463
    • 82 id., 453
  • 15
    75 Pac. 1
  • 17
    78 S. W. 569
  • 18
    59 N. W. 362
  • 20
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Mr. Justice Holmes's dissenting opinions in Adair v. United 'States, 208 U. S. 161, 190 (1908)
    • Coppage v. Kansas, 236 U. S. 1, 26-27 (1915).
  • 21
    125 S. W. 507
  • 22
    59 So. 923
  • 23
    State v. Lumber Co., 103 Miss. 263, 60 So. 215 (1913).
  • 24
    Holden v. Hardy, 169 U. S. 369, 397, supra
  • 25
    61 So. 784
  • 27
    108 N. E. 278
  • 28
    77 So. (La.) 70 (1915)
  • 29
    208 U. S. 412, supra.
  • 30
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Mr. Justice Holmes in Commonwealth v. Perry, 155 Mass. 117, 123 (1891)
    • THAYER, LEGAL ESSAYS, 1
    • 26 GREEN BAG 511, 514
  • 31
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • People v. Williams, 189 N. Y. 131, 135, 81 N. E. 778, 780 (1907).
    • Lochner v. New York, 198 U. S. 45, 63 (1905).
  • 32
    Holden v. Hardy, 169 U. S. 366, 397, supra
  • 33
    Edward A. Adler, 29 HARV. L. REV. 241, particularly 262-274.
  • 34
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • DICEY, LAW AND OPINION IN ENGLAND, 2 ed., p. 110
    • Lecture VII, particularly pp. 220 et seq., 228, 229
    • GOLDMARK, FATIGUE AND EFFICIENCY, ch. I
  • 35
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Muller v. Oregon, 208 U. S. 412, 419 (1907).
    • Miss Lathrop in her Third Annual Report as Chief of the United States Children's Bureau (1915)
  • 36
    Muller v. Oregon, 208 U. S. 420-421.
  • 37
    This reference contains 6 citations:
    • Ritchie & Co. v. Wayman, 244 Ill. 509, 91 N. E. 695 (1910)
    • Hawley v. Walker, 232 U. S. 718 (1914)
    • Miller v. Wilson, 236 U. S. 373 (1915)
    • Bosley v. McLaughlin, 236 U. S. 385 (1915)
    • Stettler v. O'Hara, 69 Ore. 519, 139 Pac. 743 (1914)
    • People v. Schweinler Press, 214 N. Y. 395, 108 N. E. 639 (1915).
  • 38
    214 N. Y. 395, 108 N. E. 639 (1915).
  • 39
    189 N. Y. 131, 81 N. E. 778 (1907).
  • 40
    People v. Schweinler Press, 214 N. Y. 395, 411, 108 N. E. 639, 643 (1915).
  • 41
    Ibid., 214 N. Y. 395, 412-413, 108 N. E. 639, 644 (1915)
  • 42
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • McLean v. Arkansas, 211 U. S. 539, 549-550 (1908)
    • Baltimore & Ohio R, R. v. Inter- state Commerce Commission, 221 U. S. 612, 619 (1911).
  • 43
    People v. Klinck Packing Co., 214 N. Y. 121, 128, 108 N. E. 278, 280 (1915).
  • 44
    State v. Bunting, 71 Ore. 259, 271, 139 Pac. 731, 735 (1914).
  • 45
    Price v. Illinois, 238 U. S. 446, 452 (1915).
  • 46
    GOLDMARK, FATIGUE AND EFFICIENCY, ch. 2
  • 47
    Price v. Illinois, 238 U. S. 446, 452 (1915), supra
  • 48
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • HOBSON, WORK AND WEALTH, particularly chapters XIV and XV
    • TAUS- SIG, INVENTORS AND MONEY MAKERS, pp. 63, 65 et seq., 71 et seq
    • U. S. Commis- sioner of Labor Statistics Royal Meeker, 63 Annals Amer. Acad. of Pol. and Soc. Sci., 262, 267.
  • 49
    GOLDMARK, FATIGUE AND EFFICIENCY, p. 279
  • 50
    People v. Klinck Packing Co., 214 N. Y. 121, 127, 108 N. E. 278, 280 (1915).
  • 51
    Price v. Illinois, 238 U. S. 446, 452 (1915).
  • 52
    Commonwealth v. Boston & M. R. R., 110 N. E. (Mass.) 264 (1915).
  • 53
    Commonwealth v. Boston & M. R. R., 110 N. E. (Mass.) 264 (1915).
  • 54
    Lochner v. New York, 198 U. S. 45 (1905).
  • 55
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • People v. Schweinler Press, 214 N. Y. 3 411-412, 108 N. E. 639, 643 (1915)
    • Bosley v. McLaughlin, 236 U. S. 385, 392 et seq. (1915)
    • Miller v. Wilson, 236 U. S. 373, 382 (1915)
    • McLean v. Arkansas, 211 U. S. 539, 549-550 (1908).
  • 56
    17 GREEN BAG 411, 416
  • 57
    Professor Roscoe Pound, "Liberty of Contract," 18YALE L. J. 454, 480
  • 58
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Hadacheck v. Sebastian, 239 U. S. 394, 413 (Dec. 20, 1915).
    • Commonwealth v. Perry, 155 Mass. 117, 124-125, 28 N. E. 1126, 1127 (1891)
    • R. H. TAWNEY, MINIMUM RATES IN THE TAILORING INDUSTRY, pp. 60 and 95.
  • 59
    This reference contains 12 citations:
    • A. A. Bruce, "The Illinois Ten Hour Labor Law for Women," 8MICH. L. REV. 1
    • G. S. Corwin, "The Supreme Court and the Fourteenth Amendment," 7MICH. L. REV. 643
    • Ernst Freund, "Limitation of Hours of Labor and the Federal Su- preme Court," 17 GREEN BAG 411
    • "Constitutional Limitations and Labor Legis- lation," 4ILL. L. REV. 609
    • L. N. Greeley, "The Changing Attitude of the Courts toward Social Legislation," 5ILL. L. REV. 222
    • Learned Hand, "Due Process of Law and the Eight Hour Day," 21 HARV. L. REV. 495
    • Sir Frederick Pollock, " The New York Labor Law and the Fourteenth Amendment," 21L. QUART. REV. 211
    • Roscoe Pound, "Liberty of Contract," 18YALE L. J.480
    • Mr. Wigmore's comment on " The Qualities of Current Judicial Decisions," 9ILL. L. REV. 529, 530-1.
    • Atkins v. Grey Eagle Coal Co., 84 S. E. 906 (1915)
    • State v. Goodwill, 33 W. Va. 179 (1889)
    • Professor Pound's article, "Liberty of Contract," 18YALE, L. J. 480.
  • 60
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Mr. Justice Swayzein "The Growing Law," 20YALE, L. J.1, 18-19.
    • People v. Schweinler Press, 214 N. Y. 395, 411, 108 N. E. 639, 643 (1915).
  • 61
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Hadacheck v. Sebastian, 239 U. S. 394, 413 (1915)
    • Price v. Illinois, 238 U. S. 446, 452 (1915).
  • 62
    Professor Ernst Freund, "Constitutional Limitations and Labor Legislation," 4ILL. L. Rev. 609, 622.
  • 64
    NEW YORK LAWS, 1913, ch. 442, p. 919.
  • 65
    28 HARV. L. REV. 790.
  • 66
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Professor Roscoe Pound, in "Legislation as a Social Function," 7 Pub. Am. Soc. Soc'y, 148, 161
    • Judge Learned Hand, in Parke Davis & Co. v. Mulford & Co., 189 Fed. 95, 115
    • Steenerson v. Great Northern Ry., 69 Minn. 353, 377, 72 N. W. 713, 716 (1897).