Draft Outlines of an International Code, Volum 1

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apacity to have property 50 Eminent domain 51 Internal domain
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Prescription
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TITLE II
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Navigation of the high seas and other waters 55 Rivers communicating with the sea 56 Inland waters 57 Menacing armaments 58 Military ports
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Public vessels inay refit in port 60 Restrictions 61 False colors and signals 62 Right of approach
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Visitation defined 64 Right of visitation 65 Visitation on the high seas 66 Mode of visitation
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Salutes 68 Searches forbidden 69 Flag and documents
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HAPTER VII
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TITLE III
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Rank or status
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Conditions may be imposed 102 Conditional reception 103 Inconsistent pretensions 104 Several missions
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List of family official and personal to be furnished 106 Secretary in case of absence c of chief 107 Insignia of office and flag
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Exemption from liability for official acts 109 Emergencies 110 Duty to enforce exemption
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Interference with a dispatch to or from a public agent CHAPTER XII
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Power to act in a congress or conference 116 Full power to negotiate treaty 117 Notifying arrival 118 Recognition of ministers nation by reception 1...
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SECTION II
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Termination of powers
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IMMUNITIES OF PUBLIC MINISTERS
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CONSULS
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Exclusion of consuls
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Right of passage
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TITLE IV
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TITLE V
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Order of arrest
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Arrest in anticipation of requisition
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Preliminary investigation
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Rules for conducting investigation
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Documentary evidence
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Necessary proof of guilt
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Evidence in case of convicted criminals 223 Inquiry as to real motive of demand
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Conflicting claims
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Conditional extradition n r 228 Member of a third nation 229 Surrender by whom made
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Surrender in case of offense committed on the frontier
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Second arrest 234 Custody of the prisoner 235 Discharge in case of delay of extradition 236 Limitations of time extended in certain cases 237 Restric...
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Necessary legislation to be provided
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SECTION II
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Local tribunals to order arrest of foreign deserters
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Application for extradition how made 243 Capture and imprisonment 126 244 Deserters to be sent back 245 Limit of imprisonment
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Delay of extradition for punishment of offense 126
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P A Ꭱ Ꭲ II THE RELATIONS OF A NATION TO THE PERSONS AND PROPERTY OF THE MEMBERS OF OTHER NATIONS TITLE VI NATIO...
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Allegiance defined
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CHAPTER XX
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TITLE VII
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TITLE VIII
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Commercial intercourse
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Freedom of conscience
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Lights for ships at anchor
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Fog signals
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Two sailing ships crossing 14 Two ships under steam crossing
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Sailing ship and ship under steam 16 Ship under steam to slacken speed 17 Ships overtaking other ships 18 Construction of preceding rules
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Proviso to save special cases 20 No ship under any circumstances to neglect proper precautions
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CHAPTER XXXIII
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Compulsory pilotage
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CHAPTER XXXIV
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Order of jettison
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General average
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Loss how adjusted
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Jettison of deck cargo
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Damage by water and breakage
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Voluntary stranding
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TITLE XII
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procity in relation to the flags of the two nations to the colonies
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Domestic navigation
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TITLE XIII
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Line between frontier stations an international route
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TITLE XVI
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Private mails forbidden
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Weight for single rate of postage
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Rate of ocean postage
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Registration
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Basis for settlement of accounts 459 Dangerous substances 460 Regulations for dispatch of correspondence
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Transit of closed mails through each nation
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Transfer of closed mails without charge 463 Official correspondence free 464 Missent letters
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Mail matter not to be detained 466 Letters with contraband goods 467 Violations of the mails 468 Matters of detail
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CHAPTER XXXVII
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Language
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Indorsement 475 Unclaimed money
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TITLE XVII
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TITLE XVIII
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Exceptions 480 Registry of foreign trademarks
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Foreign and domestic ships distinguished
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Owner for the voyage
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Registry enrollment and license
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Value of ship
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Rank and social condition
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GUARDIANSHIP AND MENTAL ALIENATION
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tional character or origin
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SECTION II
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TITLE XXVIII
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TITLE XXX
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