Index
Page numbers in parentheses indicate text pages where the cited endnote
number is found.
Agnello v. United States, 226 n.41
(59)
Anti-Saloon League, 5-6, 9, 10,
43, 117, 148, 158, 162
Association Against the Prohibi-
tion Amendment, 10
Automobile(s): boom of the 1920S,
69-70, 129, 149; forfeiture of,
127-29, 130-43, 145-46;
searches of, 53-55, 62-63, 76,
82-83, 85-86, 90, 93, 94, 179,
185, 187. See also Carroll
v.
United
States.
Bargain days.
See
Plea bargaining
Black, Forrest Revere, 72
Brandeis, Louis D., 11, 13 Table 1,
14,16,32,40,62,63,134,182,
183; dissenting opinion in
Olmstead
v. United States,
68
Bridge Whist Club, 43
Butler, Pierce, 11, 13 Table 1, 59,
64, 74-75, 77-78, 90, 101, 182,
1
83
Butts
v.
United States, 27-29, 218
n·56 (32)
Byars v. United States, 226 nn.47-
49 (60-61)
Cardozo, Benjamin N., 12 Table 1,
14, 141, 142, 145, 182, 192
Carroll v. United States, 52-56,
62, 63, 69-70, 72, 76, 86, 89-90,
91,94,99
Casey v. United States, 32-33
Clarke, John H., 13 Table 1, 14,
15,49,50
Commerce Clause, 6, 106-7, 109
Common nuisance.
See
Nuisance
Concurrent power, 106, 110-11,
117,118,201 n.2
Contempt proceedings, 155, 156-
57,169, 187
Corcoran, Thomas, 154
Customs and navigation cases, 20:
forfeiture provisions applicable
to, 126-27, 128, 129, 132, 138,
140, 141-43, 145, 146, 147, 149,
256 n.76 (143); searches in, 48,
54, 63, 84-85, 94
Day, William R., 13 Table 1, 14
Di
Salvo
v. United
States,
213
nn.23-25 (28-29)
District of
Columbia
v.
Colts,
187,
263 nn.76-79 (166)
Dobbins Distillery v. United
States, 246 n.7 (127)
Doctrinal development: authority
to arrest, 53, 55-56, 70; changes
during prohibition era, 42-43,
45, 68-73, 82-96, 111-19, 130-
43, 159-70; contemporary sig-
nificance of prohibition devel-
opments, 104, 185-88; dual
sovereignty exception to double
jeopardy, 104, 111-18; fourth
amendment, 48-69, 82-96; in-
creased complexity, 82-84; in-
fluence of federalism, 122-23;
influence of
taught tradition of
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