Outlines of an International Code (Google eBook)

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Baker, Voorhis, 1876 - International law - 712 pages
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Contents

TITLE III
36
Bight of legation c 38
38
SECTION II
46
Recall
49
CHAPTER XIII
58
Exclusion of consuls 00
60
Right of passage
72
TITLE IV
78
CHAPTER XVI
83
SECTION I
89
Order of arrest
110
Arrest in anticipation of requisition
112
Preliminary investigation
113
Bales for conducting investigation
114
Documentary evidence
115
Necessary proof of guilt
117
Evidence in cose of convicted criminals
118
Conflicting claims
119
Conditional extradition
120
Surrender in case of offense committed on the frontier
121
Second arrest
122
Necessary legislation to be provided
123
SECTION II
124
Local tribunals to order arrest of foreign deserters
125
Capture and imprisonment
126
Delay of extradition for punishment of offense
127
PART II
128
SECTION II
136
Absentees can not be naturalized
139
Domicil
146
Right to change domicil
152
National Jurisdiction
159
Commercial intercourse 103
163
CHAPTER XXVI
174
CHAPTER XXVII
184
Local charges restricted
187
Duties of a Nation to Foreigners X Duties op Foreigners to the Nation
190
Commercial paper
195
UNIFORM REGULATIONS FOR MUTUAL CONVENIENCE Title XI Shipping XII IMIOBTS XIII Quarantine XIV Railways XV Teleghaphs XVI ...
196
General Provisions XXXII Rules op Navigation Law of the Road at Sea XXXIII Collision XXXIV Average XXXV Salvage CHAPTER XXXI
197
7I Foreign navigation
198
Registry enrollment and license
199
Law of the road at sea
200
Night lights
201
Lights for steamtugs 202
202
Lights for sailing ships 20ii 6 Exceptional lights for small sailing ships
203
Lights for ships at anchor
204
Fog signals
205
Two sailing ships crossing
207
Sailing ship and ship under steam
208
Proviso to save special cases
209
CHAPTER XXXIII
210
Faults of navigation
211
Who liable
212
CHAPTER XXXIV
213
Jettison
214
General average
215
Loss how adjusted
216
Jettison of deck cargo
217
Damage by water and breakage
218
Voluntary stranding
219
CHAPTER XXXV
222
TITLE XII
228
TITLE XIII
239
BAILWATB
241
CHAPTER XXV
251
Registered correspondence
253
Prepayment required
254
Certain official correspondence free
255
Relations with other countries
257
Internal regulations
258
Conference every three years
259
Mail matter not to be detained 261
260
CHAPTER XXXVII
265
Gold basis
266
Indorsement
267
TITLE XVII
268
TITLE XVIII
269
Exceptions
271
Declaration
272
Equal privileges of foreigners
273
TITLE XIX
274
Ownership of products of the mind 275
275
Transfer
276
Correspondence addressed to public offices
277
Translations
279
Extracts from newspapers and periodicals
280
TITLE XX
281
The metric system of weights and measures adopted
344
TITLE XXII
350
TITLE XXIII
362
DIVISION SECOND
375
Rank and social condition
377
CHAPTER XL
389
Property in possession or in action 3i
393
L 11
401
TITLE XXVI
410
SECTION II
417
Article 620a Definition of bills of exchange 4221
407
TITLE XXIV
423
CHAPTER XLIX
432
Procedure
437
TITLE XXIX
440
Rules Applicable to Particular Subjects
448
Who may wage Hostilities
484
CHAPTER XXXVIII
485
Enemy defined
491
Unlawful weapons 4ili
495
Unlawful hostilities
497
Notice of bombardment 49l
499
Mode of retaliation not to be barbarous 501
500
Good faith in keeping engagements
501
Lawful stratagems
503
Employment and punishment of spies
504
Enlistment of deserters no protection from punish ment
505
Interpretation
507
77 Enforcing
508
Recommencing hostilities 50i
509
CHAPTER LXI
510
Persons attached to ambulances and hospitals
511
Hostage defined
523
Cartels
524
Breach of cartel
525
CHAPTER LXIV
526
end
534
Destroying moans of communication
535
Ravaging or laying waste enemys country 588
536
Property exempt not to be sold or carried away
537
Title to movables
538
Public ships surprised by war
539
Rescue
541
Effect of recapture of property of a neutral
542
Compensation for property taken for military uses
543
CHAPTER liXV
544
Contraband persons
545
Contingent destination presumed to be hostile
546
Destination of ship conclusive as to goods
547
What goods are contraband
548
Goods on board ship exempt from capture
552
Contraband documents
553
Objects of blockade
573
Adjudication
578
Previous liens
579
Trial of contraband persons
580
Public debt not confiscable
581
Effect of war on executory contracts
582
Removal of interdiction
583
Diplomatic intercourse
584
to belligerent nation
585
Interdiction of entrance of foreigners
586
Foreigners rights of residence and vocation
587
Safe conducts
589
Passports
590
Intercourse across lines of military occupation
591
Private ships surprised by war
593
Intercourse of active enemies
594
Commencement and termination of illegality
596
Transfer of ships during war
597
Penalty of illegal intercourse and traffic
598
Attempt to involve a neutral
612
Kinds of assistance
613
Passive assistance 6f4 961 Intervention G14 962 Recognizing independence of insurgents
614
Active duties of neutrals
615
Breach of neutrality not justified by precedent obliga tions
616
Liability for negligence in enforcing neutrality
618
Violations of neutrality
619
Supplies limited
620
Prizes not to be sent into neutral ports
621
Breaches and violations of neutrality declared public offenses
622
DEFINITIONS AND GENERAL PROVISIONS Article 983 Words how used
623
Notice
624
Who are principals
625
APPENDIX
631
Project op the Brussels Conference
655
Applicability of International Law to Oriental Nations
663
Proposition of Peru
671

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