International Law: War and neutrality

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Longmans, Green, 1906
 

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Civil
65
Binding Force of the Laws of
79
Qualification of a Belligerent facultas bellandi
86
Privateers
92
Smolensk 95 454
95
Subjects of Neutral States rendering Services to Belli
98
9
102
Effects of the Outbreak of
106
CHAPTER III
113
Expanding Dum Dum Bullets
119
Origin of Geneva Convention
123
Captivity
129
Appropriation and Utilisation of Public Enemy Property
137
Private War Material and Means of Transport
144
for the Enemy PAGE
151
Hipsang 472
177
CHAPTER IV
179
CONTRABAND
180
Definition of Contraband of
183
Spes and Irene 416
193
IKHONA 472
206
Projectiles and Explosives launched from Balloons 119
208
Springbok 415 434 436
236
Good Offices and Mediation
256
Value of Goo Offices and Mediation
265
Jemchug 374
269
CHAPTER II
333
Rights and Duties of Neutrals contested
334
Contents of Duty of Impartiality
336
Duty of Impartiality continuously growing more intense
337
Contents of Duty of Belligerents to Neutrals in accordance with their Impartiality
338
Contents of Duty not to suppress Intercourse between Neu trals and the Enemy
339
Neutrals and Military Operations 320 Hostilities by and against Neutrals
340
KNIGHT COMMANDER 472
342
Furnishing of Troops and MenofWar to Belligerents
343
323 Passage of Troops and War Material through Neutral Territory
345
Passage of Wounded through Neutral Territory Fritory
347
Passage of MenofWar 348 326 Occupation of Neutral Territory by Belligerents
348
Prize Courts on Neutral Territory 349
349
Sale of Prizes and their Safekeeping on Neutral Territory
350
Neutrals and Military Preparations 329 Depôts and Factories on Neutral Territory
351
Passage of Bodies of Mén intending to enlist
352
Organisation of Hostile Expeditions
353
Building and Fitting out of Vessels intended for Naval Opera tions 356
356
LA GLOIRE 236
357
The Alabama Case and the Three Rules of Washington
358
Neutral Asylum to Land Forces and War Material 336 On Neutral Asylum in general
361
Neutral Territory and Prisoners of War
362
Fugitive Soldiers on Neutral Territory
364
Neutral Asylum to Naval Forces
368
Right of Angary
394
Hostile Destination essential to Contraband
395
Articles destined for the Use of the Carrying Vessel
396
Contraband Vessels PAGE
397
BLOCKADE
398
Competence to establish Blockade
404
Breach of Blockade
411
Stephen Hart 415 434
415
Passage through Unblockaded Canal no Breach of Blockade
417
MADISON 451
419
430
430
Carriage of Contraband 398 Carriage of Contraband Penal by the Municipal Law of Belligerents
431
Direct Carriage of Contraband
432
Circuitous Carriage of Contraband
433
Sybille 218
435
The Case of the Bundesrath
437
Continental Support to the Doctrine of Continuous Trans ports
438
Consequences of Carriage of Contraband
440
Capture for Carriage of Contraband
441
Penalty for Carriage of Contraband 406 Preemption of Conditional Contraband
443
CHAPTER V
446
Carriage of Persons for the Enemy
447
Carriage of Diplomatic Persons for the Enemy Case of the Trent
450
Carriage of Despatches for the Enemy
451
411 Capture for carrying Persons and Despatches for the Enemy
453
Penalty for carrying Persons and Despatches for the Enemy
454
Seizure of Enemy Persons and Despatches without seizing the Vessel
455
CHAPTER VI
457
Right of Visitation by whom when and where exercised
458
Only Private Vessels can be visited
459
No Universal Rules regarding Mode of Visitation
461
Stopping of Vessels for the Purpose of Visitation 420 Visit
462
Search
463
Consequences of Resistance to Visitation
464
Sailing under Enemy Convoy equivalent to Resistance 425 Resistance by Neutral Convoy 426 Deficiency of Papers
466
Spoliation Defacement and Concealment of Papers 428 Double and False Papers
467
Capture 429 Grounds and Mode of Capture
468
Destruction of Neutral Prizes ini
471
Tetardos
472
Release after Capture
473
Trial of Captured Vessels a Municipal Matter 435 Result of Trial
489
Declaration of Paris 1856
498
International Disputes 1899
505
International Convention with respect to the Laws
519
International Convention 1899 for the Adaptation
530
Declaration concerning the Launching of Projectiles
536
The Prize Courts Act 1894
555
Trial after Conclusion of Peace 437 Protests and Claims of Neutrals after Trial 438 Reform Projects 474 475 476 477 478
562
Thirty Hogsheads of Sugar v Wasburne 157
591

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Sida 359 - A neutral Government is bound — First. — To use due diligence to prevent the fitting out, arming, or equipping, within its jurisdiction, of any vessel which it has reasonable ground to believe is intended to cruise or to carry on war against a Power with which it is at peace...
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Sida 533 - S'il arrivait qu'une des Hautes Parties Contractantes dénonįât la présente Convention, cette dénonciation ne produirait ses effets qu'un an aprčs la notification faite par écrit au Gouvernement des Pays-Bas et communiquée immédiatement par celui-ci ā toutes les autres Puissances Contractantes. Cette dénonciation ne produira ses effets qu'ā l'égard de la Puissance qui l'aura notifiée.
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Sida 517 - La présente Convention sera ratifiée dans le plus bref délai possible. Les ratifications seront déposées ā La Haye. Il sera dressé du dépôt de chaque ratification un procčs-verbal, dont une copie, certifiée conforme, sera remise par la voie diplomatique ā toutes les Puissances contractantes.
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