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TITLE III
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Rank or status
39
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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CHAPTER XII
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377
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SECTION II
46
Termination of powers
47
Exclusion of consuls
60
Right of passage
72
TITLE IV
78
TITLE V
84
Declaration
88
Order of arrest
110
Arrest in anticipation of requisition
112
Preliminary investigation
113
Rules for conducting investigation
114
Documentary evidence
115
Necessary proof of guilt
117
Evidence in case of convicted criminals
118
Conflicting claims
119
Meinber of a third nation
120
Surrender in case of offense committed on the frontier 231 Surrender by colonial government 232 Things in prisoners possession
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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 SECTION 11
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EXTRADITION OF DESERTERS ARTICLE 239 Marine deserters only intended 240 Desertion defined
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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 IV
138
Absentees can not be naturalized
139
Liability to justice on return
140
Every ship has one national character
142
Registry
143
Effect of ships passport
144
DOMICIL
146
Original and secondary
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Original domicil of legitimates
148
Wifes secondary domicil
149
Childs secondary domicil
150
Wards secondary domicil 292 Domicil of insane persons
151
Change of domicil how made 299 Intention to change
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NATIONAL JURISDICTION
159
DUTIES OF A NATION TO FOREIGNERS
162
Commercial intercourse
163
Commercial occupations
169
WRECKS
184
CONSULS
186
DUTIES OF FOREIGNERS TO THE NATION
190
Page
196
GENERAL PROVISIONS
197
Law of the road at sea
200
Night lights
201
Lights for steamtugs
202
Lights for sailing ships
203
Lights for ships at anchor 8 Lights for pilot vessels 9 Lights for fishing vessels and boats
204
Fog signals meeting
205
Two sailing ships crossing
207
Sailing ship and ship under steam
208
Proviso to save special cases
209
CHAPTER XXXIII
210
Compulsory pilotage
212
V
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ARTICLE LE 384 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
Line between frontier stations an international route
241
TITLE XVI
251
CHAPTER XXXVII
265
Offices where registry is to be made 483 Equal privileges of foreigners
269
523
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TITLE XIX
274
Ownership of products of the mind
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Transfer 486 Subsequent inventor author c
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Correspondence addressed to public offices 489 Right of protection 490 Extent of protection
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Translations 492 Extracts from newspapers and periodicals
278
Power to prohibit works 494 Saving clause as to existing works
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TITLE XX
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What gold coins shall be legal tender
291
Silver coinage 602 What silver coins shall be legal tender and to what extent
292
Limits of variation from standard weight or fineness within which coins shall be current
293
Standard weights 505 Scrutiny of the coinage
294
Coins may be called in by proclamation 507 Uncurrent coins may be destroyed
295
CHAPTER XXXIX
382
Capacity and consent
385
Requisite forms
386
Criminal offenses 553 Evasion of home law 554 Personal marital and parental rights
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Polygamy 556 Legitimacy
388
CHAPTER XL
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TITLE XXV
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GENERAL PROVISIONS XLII TRANSFER XLIII SUCCESSION XLIV WILL CHAPTER XLI
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What things are property
394
Fixtures
395
CHAPTER XLII
401
TITLE XXVI
409
Page
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SECTION II
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ARTICLE 620a Definition of bills of exchange 422b
422
620i1 Acceptance on separate instrument how far bind
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PART VI
423
CHAPTER XLIX
432
ARTICLE 651 652 Law of the forum 437
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RULES APPLICABLE TO PARTICULAR SUBJECTS
448
Judgment of divorce for defendant
453
Evasion of law
454
Divorce defined
455
Transfer of property
456
Judgment of bankruptcy without transfer of property
457
Application of property to payment of decedents debts
460
Probate of will of property in foreign country
461
Ꮯ Ꮋ Ꭺ Ꮲ Ꭲ Ꭼ Ꭱ Ꮧ III
462
Rules of decision in extraterritorial torts 702 702a 702b Uniform procedure in admiralty
463
HOSTILITIES
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WHO MAY WAGE HOSTILITIES LVIII AGAINST WHOM HOSTILITIES MAY BE WAGED LIX THE INSTRUMENTS AND MODES OF HOS...
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HOSTILITIES AGAINST PROPERTY LXV CONTRABAND OF WAR LXVI VISITATION SEARCH AND CAPTURE LXVII BLOCKADE LXVIII ...
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Defensive hostilities 741 Privateering abolished
489
Punishment of privateering 743 Pirates and brigands
490
CHAPTER LVIII
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Individual enemies 746 Active enemies defined 747 Passive enemies defined 748 Active enemies resisting with arms 492 749 Noncombatants
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Passive enemies are inviolable
493
Passive enemies sick and wounded leaving armed place
494
Death 444好好好好好
501
Coins of base meta not to form a part of the interna
508
Exemption of private property and persons
511
Hostage defined
515
tional currency 296
516
Treatment of hostages 826 Death of hostage
523
Cartels 828 Right of belligerent to retain prisoner 829 Manner of exchanging prisoners 830 Ransom 831 Cartel for exchange
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Breach of cartel 833 Cartel ships 834 Protection of cartel ships 525
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HOSTILITIES AGAINST PROPERTY ARTICLE 835 What property may be seized
526
Destroying facilities of navigation
535
Ravaging or laying waste enemys country
536
Property exempt not to be sold or carried away 842 Use of and title to public immovables
537
Title to movables 538 844 Revenues held in trust for governing the country
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Public ships surprised by war 846 Private property to be respected
539
Rescue
541
Effect of recapture of property of a neutral 849 Effect of recapture of property of a belligerent 850 Military burdens of passive enemies
542
Compensation for property taken for military uses
543
CHAPTER LXV
544
Contraband persons 854 Contraband ships
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Contingent destination presumed to be hostile 856 Neutral and hostile destination 857 Fraud and its effect
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
Adjudication
555
CHAPTER LXVI
556
Objects of blockade
573
Title not divested until judgment
578
Previous liens 898 Requisites of judgment condemning prize 899 Capture by unlawful means 900 Jurisdiction of remedy against wrongdoer in case ...
579
Trial of contraband persons 902 Uniform procedure S CHAPTER LXIX
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Public debt not confiscable 905 Treaties unaffected by
581
Effect of war on executory contracts
582
Removal of interdiction 908 Anticipation of war 909 Extension of time 910 Interest damages c for delay
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CHAPTER LXX
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to belligerent nation
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Interdiction of entrance of foreigners 914 Interdiction of communication 915 Mail service
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Foreigners rights of residence and vocation
587
Safe conducts 918 Effect of safe conducts
589
Passports
590
Intercourse across lines of military occupation
591
Private ships surprised by war 593 923 Voyages commenced
593
Intercourse of active enemies
594
Commencement and termination of illegality
596
Transfer of ships during war
597
Suspension of remedies
599
Effect of completed conquest as to persons and prop
605
DIVISION FIFTH
611
General provisions
623
Rescission of adoption of Code
630
PROJECT OF THE BRUSSELS CONFERENCE
655
APPLICABILITY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW TO ORIENTAL NATIONS 603
663
PROPOSITION OF PERU
671
Penalty of illegal intercourse and traffic 591 593 598
689

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Side 360 - the number shall be reduced to thirteen ; and from that number not less than seven nor more than nine names, as Congress shall direct, shall, in the presence of Congress, be drawn out by lot; and the persons whose names shall be so
Side 194 - exhibit, where it can best be seen, but at a height not exceeding twenty feet above the hull, a white light,' in a globular lantern of eight inches in diameter, and so constructed as to show a clear, uniform and unbroken light, visible all round the horizon, and at a distance of at least one mile. Article
Side 360 - the cause, shall agree in the determination ; and if either party shall neglect to attend at the day appointed, without showing reasons which Congress shall judge sufficient, or, being present, shall refuse to strike, the Congress shall proceed to nominate
Side 603 - 2. Not to permit or suffer either belligerent to make use of its ports or waters as the base of naval operations against the other, or for the purpose of the renewal or augmentation of military supplies or arms, or the recruitment of men; 3. To
Side 193 - be exhibited on their respective sides in sufficient time to prevent collision, in such manner as to make them most visible, and so that the green light shall not be seen on the port side, nor the red light on the starboard side. To make the use of these portable lights more certain and easy, the lanterns containing them
Side 360 - always be exercised in the manner following : Whenever the legislative or executive authority, or lawful agent of any State in controversy with another, shall present a petition to Congress, stating the matter in question, and praying for a hearing, notice thereof shall be given, by order of Congress, to the legislative or executive authority of the other State in controversy, and a day assigned
Side 197 - to keep a proper lookout, or of the neglect of any precaution which may be required by the ordinary practice of seamen, or by the special circumstances of the case. Article
Side 627 - armies of the United States, nor shall they ever be privately appropriated, or wantonly destroyed or injured. 37. The United States acknowledge and protect, in hostile countries occupied by them, religion and morality ; strictly private property ; the persons of the inhabitants, especially those of women ; and the sacredness of domestic relations. Offenses to the contrary
Side 624 - principle has been more and more acknowledged that the unarmed citizen is to be spared in person, property, and honor as much as the exigencies of war will admit. 23. Private citizens are no longer murdered, enslaved, or carried off to distant parts, and the inoffensive individual is as little
Side 521 - Stipulations, declaring that the flag shall cover the property, shall be understood as applying to those powers only who recognize this principle ; but if either of the two contracting parties shall be at war with a third, and the other neutral, the flag of the neutral shall cover the property of

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