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Page 258 - But nevertheless, it might happen that the loss occasioned to British subjects by the nonpayment of interest upon loans made by them to foreign Governments might become so great that it would be too high a price for the nation to pay for such a warning as to the future, and in such a state of things it might become the duty of the British Government to make these matters the subject of diplomatic negotiation.
Page 176 - Territorial jurisdiction attaches (with special exceptions) upon all persons either permanently or temporarily resident within the territory while they are within it; but it does not follow them after they have withdrawn from it, and when they are living in another independent country.
Page 55 - An offence committed by a person, whether he is or is not a subject of Her Majesty, on the open sea within the territorial waters of Her Majesty's dominions, is an offence within the jurisdiction of the Admiral, although it may have been committed on board or by means of a foreign ship, and the person who committed such offence may be arrested, tried, and punished accordingly.
Page 235 - Bar Association may annually appoint delegates, not exceeding three in number, to the next meeting of the Association. In...
Page 231 - Its object shall be to advance the science of jurisprudence, promote the administration of justice and uniformity of legislation throughout the union, uphold the honor of the profession of the law and encourage cordial intercourse among the members of the American Bar.
Page 233 - This Association shall meet annually, at such time and place as the Executive Committee may select, and those present at such meeting shall constitute a quorum.
Page 236 - No resolution complimentary to an officer or member for any service performed, paper read, or address delivered shall be considered by the Association.
Page 147 - London and the liberties thereof, and in the rest of the metropolis by any rates or funds applicable to the purposes of the Act for the better local management of the metropolis, and...
Page 258 - ... the British government has hitherto thought it the best policy to abstain from taking up as international questions the complaints made by British subjects against foreign governments which have failed to make good their engagements in regard to such pecuniary transactions. ' For the British government has considered that the losses of imprudent men, who have placed mistaken confidence in the good faith of foreign governments, would prove a salutary warning to others...