Prize Court Procedure, Empire of Germany (supplementing the German Prize Code): A Translation of the German Prize Court Procedure Ordinances of April 15th, 1911 and August 3rd, 1914 ... Translated by Lawyers' Translation Bureau

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Van Iderstine, Duncan & Barker, 1915 - Awards and Prizes - 30 pages
 

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Page i - WE, WILHELM, BY THE GRACE OF GOD, GERMAN EMPEROR, KING OF PRUSSIA, etc., decree,
Page 20 - WE, WILHELM, BY THE GRACE OF GOD, GERMAN EMPEROR, KING OF PRUSSIA, etc., DECREE,
Page 22 - Africa. In Daressalam for the protectorate of German East Africa. In Apia for the protectorate of Samoa. In Rabaul for the protectorate
Page 6 - instructions to the Imperial Commissioners at the Prize Courts. 10. The members of the Supreme Prize Court and
Page 20 - in Kiel. The prize offices on the German Coast of the North Sea and in the German protectorates
Page 28 - referring to the proceedings shall be signed by the President; in so far as they are not
Page 7 - that of the Prize Court by the Prize Office subordinate to it. The Prize Office in Hamburg
Page 27 - 24. The President summons the members of the Supreme Prize Court and, as far as
Page 21 - for the prizes brought into foreign ports. In Wilhelmshaven for the district of the
Page 18 - placed at the disposal of the Imperial Chancellor for other purposes of the Empire;

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