The Government of the Philippine Islands: Its Development and Fundamentals

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Nation defined
10
Administration defined
11
Terms distinguished
12
Necessity of government
13
Forms of government
14
The government of the United States
15
Further classifications
16
Functions of government
17
Purpose of government
18
Tests of a good government
19
Success or failure of government
20
Why government studied
24
The barangay
25
Intergroup relations
26
CHAPTER 2
27
Legislation
28
Contents of laws
29
Judicial procedure
30
Defects of organization
31
Degree of civilization
32
Conquest
33
Colonial policy
34
Relations with Spain
35
Laws extended
36
The governorgeneral
37
Central advisory bodies
38
Central administrative agencies
39
Provincial administration
40
Municipal administration
41
The judiciary
42
Ecclesiastical administration
43
Public finances
44
Commerce
45
Education
46
Public order
47
Filipino participation
48
Judgment
49
Historical setting
50
Causes of revolutions against Spain
51
Desire for independence
52
Rise of Philippine nationality
53
Causes of revolution against the United States
54
The dictatorial government
55
Course of events under the revolutionary government
56
Parties
57
The dictator and president
58
Cabinets
59
Foreign delegates
60
The Revolutionary Congress
61
The Malolos Constitution
62
Governmental activities
63
Class of government
64
Character of government
65
Whether Filipinos are aliens subjects or citizens
101
Status stated CHAPTER 8
102
Terminology
103
The United States Constitution in the Philippines
104
Treaties of the United States
105
Laws of express extension
106
Acts of the Philippine Commission
107
Division of powers
117
Delegation of powers
118
Irrepealable laws prohibited
119
Legislative privileges
120
Rule of the majority
121
Law of public officers
122
Interstate comity
123
Aliens
124
Citizenship
125
Immunity of government from suit
126
Taxation eminent domain and police power explained
127
Taxation
128
Eminent domain
129
Police power
130
Various fundamental privileges and immunities
131
Suspension of the writ of habeas corpus
133
Ex post facto laws
134
Bills of attainder
135
Excessive bail excessive fines and cruel and unusual punish ments
136
Unreasonable searches and seizures warrants
137
Treason
138
Imprisonment for debt
139
Due process of law and equal protection of the laws
140
Slavery involuntary servitude and peonage
141
Freedom of speech and press assembly and petition
142
Religious liberty
143
Local government
144
Suffrage
145
CHAPTER 5
166
Tenth and Last StepPhilippine Independence 78 The socalled Philippine problem
167
The Federal party
213
Fifth StepQuasiCivil Government Begun 72 The second Philippine commission
214
Sixth StepChange from Presidential Military to Congressional Civil Government 73 The Spooner amendment
222
Seventh StepCivil Government Established 74 Civil governor inaugurated
224
Civil organization completed
225
Filipino participation
226
and Sulu
228
Ninth StepAutonomy 77 The Jones bill
231
Education
245
Government of the Philippine Islands short form Phil ippine Government The Administrative Code of the Philippines legislatively describes The Go...
257
American Philippine policy
260
Outline of present administration
272
FUNDAMENTAL CHAPTER 6
303
CHAPTER 7
362
Rights of accused in criminal prosecutions
424
Subject and title of bills 148 The enacting clause
425
Obligation of contracts
541
Titles of nobility presents etc from foreign states 151 Law of primogeniture 152 Polygamy
661
Appropriations
662
Indebtedness
665
CHAPTER 10
668
Case law 174 Legal treatises 175 Philippine common law Construction 176 Established canons
722
Annotate
739
Acts of the Philippine commission
740
APPENDIX PHILIPPINE AUTONOMY ACT pp 741763
741
Acts of the Philippine Legislature
746
Codification
769
Rules of court
771
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