Response or Comment
In the case of Forbes et al. v. Chuoco Tiaco, decided by the Supreme Court of the Philippine Islands July 30, 1910, 8 Off. Gaz., p. 1778, some of the most interesting, important, and fundamental questions were presented and determined for the time being, but not settled, it is reasonably safe to say until passed upon by the Supreme Court of the United States. The questions involved were whether the Governor General of the Philippine Islands has the power to expel resident Chinese aliens without a hearing or an opportunity to be heard, and whether the Governor, if he exceeded his authority, and those who carried out his orders, were civilly liable to the persons deported.
Wilgus, Horace LaFayette. "Power of Governor-General to Expel Resident Aliens from Insular Territory of the United States." Mich. L. Rev. 9 (1911): 412-22.