International Law
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International Law

By George Grafton Wilson, George Fox Tucker
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Table of Contents
  • INTERNATIONAL LAW
  • PREFACE
  • CONTENTS
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY
  • ABBREVIATIONS OF CITATIONS
  • TABLE OF CASES CITED
  • PART I
    • CHAPTER I
      • § 1. Definition
      • § 2. Divisions
      • § 3. Scope
    • § 1. Definition
    • § 2. Divisions
    • § 3. Scope
    • CHAPTER II
      • § 4. Early Terminology
      • § 5. Historical Bases
      • § 6. Ethical Bases
      • § 7. Jural Bases
      • § 8. International and Statute Law
      • § 9. How far is International Law entitled to be called Law?
    • § 4. Early Terminology
    • § 5. Historical Bases
    • § 6. Ethical Bases
    • § 7. Jural Bases
    • § 8. International and Statute Law
    • § 9. How far is International Law entitled to be called Law?
    • CHAPTER III
      • § 10. Early Period
      • § 11. Middle Period
      • § 12. Modern Period (1648-    )
      • § 13. Writers
    • § 10. Early Period
    • § 11. Middle Period
    • § 12. Modern Period (1648-    )
    • § 13. Writers
    • CHAPTER IV
      • § 14. Practice and Usage
      • § 15. Precedent and Decisions
      • § 16. Treaties and State Papers
      • § 17. Text Writers
      • § 18. Diplomatic Papers
    • § 14. Practice and Usage
    • § 15. Precedent and Decisions
    • § 16. Treaties and State Papers
    • § 17. Text Writers
    • § 18. Diplomatic Papers
  • PART II
    • CHAPTER V
      • § 19. Definition
      • § 20. Nature
      • § 21. Recognition of New States
    • § 19. Definition
    • § 20. Nature
    • § 21. Recognition of New States
    • CHAPTER VI
      • § 22. Members of Confederations and other Unions
      • § 23. Neutralized States
      • § 24. Protectorates, Suzerainties
      • § 25. Corporations
      • § 26. Individuals
      • § 27. Insurgents
      • § 28. Belligerents
      • § 29. Communities not fully Civilized
    • § 22. Members of Confederations and other Unions
    • § 23. Neutralized States
    • § 24. Protectorates, Suzerainties
    • § 25. Corporations
    • § 26. Individuals
    • § 27. Insurgents
    • § 28. Belligerents
    • § 29. Communities not fully Civilized
  • PART III
    • CHAPTER VII
      • § 30. Existence
      • § 31. Independence
      • § 32. Equality
      • § 33. Jurisdiction
      • § 34. Property
      • § 35. Intercourse
    • § 30. Existence
    • § 31. Independence
    • § 32. Equality
    • § 33. Jurisdiction
    • § 34. Property
    • § 35. Intercourse
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • § 36. Application of the Right
      • § 37. Extension of the Right to Subjects of the State
    • § 36. Application of the Right
    • § 37. Extension of the Right to Subjects of the State
    • CHAPTER IX
      • § 38. Manner of Exercise of the Right
      • § 39. Balance of Power
      • § 40. Monroe Doctrine
      • § 41. Non-intervention
      • § 42. Practice in Regard to Intervention
    • § 38. Manner of Exercise of the Right
    • § 39. Balance of Power
    • § 40. Monroe Doctrine
    • § 41. Non-intervention
    • § 42. Practice in Regard to Intervention
    • CHAPTER X
      • § 43. Equality in General
      • § 44. Inequalities among States
    • § 43. Equality in General
    • § 44. Inequalities among States
    • CHAPTER XI
      • § 45. Jurisdiction in General[96]
      • § 46. Territorial Domain and Jurisdiction
      • § 47. Method of Acquisition
      • § 48. Qualified Jurisdiction
      • § 49. Maritime and Fluvial Jurisdiction
      • § 50. Rivers
      • § 51. The Navigation of Rivers
      • § 52. Enclosed Waters
      • § 53. The Three-mile Limit
      • § 54. Fisheries
      • § 55. Vessels
      • § 56. Jurisdiction over Persons—Nationality
      • § 57. Jurisdiction over Natural-born Subjects
      • § 58. Foreign-born Subjects
      • § 59. Jurisdiction by Virtue of Acquired Nationality
      • § 60. Jurisdiction over Aliens
      • § 61. Exemptions from Jurisdiction—General
      • § 62. Exemption of Sovereigns
      • § 63. Exemptions of State Officers
      • § 64. Special Exemptions
      • § 65. Extradition
      • § 66. Servitudes
    • § 45. Jurisdiction in General[96]
    • § 46. Territorial Domain and Jurisdiction
    • § 47. Method of Acquisition
    • § 48. Qualified Jurisdiction
    • § 49. Maritime and Fluvial Jurisdiction
    • § 50. Rivers
    • § 51. The Navigation of Rivers
    • § 52. Enclosed Waters
    • § 53. The Three-mile Limit
    • § 54. Fisheries
    • § 55. Vessels
    • § 56. Jurisdiction over Persons—Nationality
    • § 57. Jurisdiction over Natural-born Subjects
    • § 58. Foreign-born Subjects
    • § 59. Jurisdiction by Virtue of Acquired Nationality
    • § 60. Jurisdiction over Aliens
    • § 61. Exemptions from Jurisdiction—General
    • § 62. Exemption of Sovereigns
    • § 63. Exemptions of State Officers
    • § 64. Special Exemptions
    • § 65. Extradition
    • § 66. Servitudes
    • CHAPTER XII
      • § 67. Property in General
      • § 68. State Property in International Law
    • § 67. Property in General
    • § 68. State Property in International Law
    • CHAPTER XIII
      • § 69. General Development[151]
      • § 70. Diplomatic Agents
      • § 71. Suite
      • § 72. Who may send Diplomatic Agents
      • § 73. Who may be Sent
      • § 74. Credentials, Instructions, Passport
      • § 75. Ceremonial
      • § 76. Functions
      • § 77. Termination of Mission
      • § 78. Immunities and Privileges
      • § 79. Diplomatic Practice of the United States
      • § 80. Consuls
    • § 69. General Development[151]
    • § 70. Diplomatic Agents
    • § 71. Suite
    • § 72. Who may send Diplomatic Agents
    • § 73. Who may be Sent
    • § 74. Credentials, Instructions, Passport
    • § 75. Ceremonial
    • § 76. Functions
    • § 77. Termination of Mission
    • § 78. Immunities and Privileges
    • § 79. Diplomatic Practice of the United States
    • § 80. Consuls
    • CHAPTER XIV
      • § 81. Definition
      • § 82. Other Forms of International Agreements
      • § 83. The Negotiation of Treaties
      • § 84. Validity of Treaties
      • § 85. Classification of Treaties
      • § 86. Interpretation of Treaties
      • § 87. Termination of Treaties
    • § 81. Definition
    • § 82. Other Forms of International Agreements
    • § 83. The Negotiation of Treaties
    • § 84. Validity of Treaties
    • § 85. Classification of Treaties
    • § 86. Interpretation of Treaties
    • § 87. Termination of Treaties
    • CHAPTER XV
      • § 88. The Amicable Settlement of Disputes
      • § 89. Non-hostile Redress
      • § 90. Retorsion
      • § 91. Reprisals
      • § 92. Embargo
      • § 93. Pacific Blockade
    • § 88. The Amicable Settlement of Disputes
    • § 89. Non-hostile Redress
    • § 90. Retorsion
    • § 91. Reprisals
    • § 92. Embargo
    • § 93. Pacific Blockade
  • PART IV
    • CHAPTER XVI
      • § 94. Definition
      • § 95. Commencement
      • § 96. Declaration
      • § 97. Object
      • § 98. General Effects
    • § 94. Definition
    • § 95. Commencement
    • § 96. Declaration
    • § 97. Object
    • § 98. General Effects
    • CHAPTER XVII
      • § 99. Persons affected by War
      • § 100. Combatants
      • § 101. Non-combatants
    • § 99. Persons affected by War
    • § 100. Combatants
    • § 101. Non-combatants
    • CHAPTER XVIII
      • § 102. Public Property of the Enemy
      • § 103. Real Property of Enemy Subjects
      • § 104. Personal Property of Enemy Subjects
    • § 102. Public Property of the Enemy
    • § 103. Real Property of Enemy Subjects
    • § 104. Personal Property of Enemy Subjects
    • CHAPTER XIX
      • § 105. Vessels
      • § 106. Goods
      • § 107. Submarine Telegraphic Cables
    • § 105. Vessels
    • § 106. Goods
    • § 107. Submarine Telegraphic Cables
    • CHAPTER XX[330]
      • § 108. Belligerent Occupation
      • § 109. Forbidden Methods
      • § 110. Privateers
      • § 111. Voluntary and Auxiliary Navy
      • § 112. Capture and Ransom
      • § 113. Postliminium
      • § 114. Prisoners and their Treatment
      • § 115. Non-hostile Relations of Belligerents
    • § 108. Belligerent Occupation
    • § 109. Forbidden Methods
    • § 110. Privateers
    • § 111. Voluntary and Auxiliary Navy
    • § 112. Capture and Ransom
    • § 113. Postliminium
    • § 114. Prisoners and their Treatment
    • § 115. Non-hostile Relations of Belligerents
    • CHAPTER XXI
      • § 116. Methods of Termination
      • § 117. By Conquest
      • § 118. By Cessation of Hostilities
      • § 119. By Treaty of Peace
    • § 116. Methods of Termination
    • § 117. By Conquest
    • § 118. By Cessation of Hostilities
    • § 119. By Treaty of Peace
  • PART V
    • CHAPTER XXII
      • § 120. Definition
      • § 121. Forms of Neutrality and of Neutralization
      • § 122. History
      • § 123. Declaration
      • § 124. Divisions
    • § 120. Definition
    • § 121. Forms of Neutrality and of Neutralization
    • § 122. History
    • § 123. Declaration
    • § 124. Divisions
    • CHAPTER XXIII
      • § 125. General Principles of the Relations between States
      • § 126. Neutral Territorial Jurisdiction
      • § 127. Regulation of Neutral Relations
      • § 128. No Direct Assistance by the Neutral
      • § 129. Positive Obligations of a Neutral State
    • § 125. General Principles of the Relations between States
    • § 126. Neutral Territorial Jurisdiction
    • § 127. Regulation of Neutral Relations
    • § 128. No Direct Assistance by the Neutral
    • § 129. Positive Obligations of a Neutral State
    • CHAPTER XXIV
      • § 130. Ordinary Commerce
      • § 131. Contraband
      • § 132. Penalty for Carrying Contraband
      • § 133. Unneutral Service
      • § 134. Visit and Search
      • § 135. Convoy
      • § 136. Blockade
      • § 137. Violation of Blockade
      • § 138. Continuous Voyages
      • § 139. Prize and Prize Courts
    • § 130. Ordinary Commerce
    • § 131. Contraband
    • § 132. Penalty for Carrying Contraband
    • § 133. Unneutral Service
    • § 134. Visit and Search
    • § 135. Convoy
    • § 136. Blockade
    • § 137. Violation of Blockade
    • § 138. Continuous Voyages
    • § 139. Prize and Prize Courts
  • APPENDICES
    • APPENDIX I
      • SECTION I
      • SECTION II
      • SECTION III
      • SECTION IV
      • SECTION V
      • SECTION VI
      • SECTION VII
      • SECTION VIII
      • SECTION IX
      • SECTION X
    • SECTION I
    • SECTION II
    • SECTION III
    • SECTION IV
    • SECTION V
    • SECTION VI
    • SECTION VII
    • SECTION VIII
    • SECTION IX
    • SECTION X
    • APPENDIX II
      • PART I. GENERAL PRINCIPLES
      • PART II. APPLICATION OF THE GENERAL PRINCIPLES
      • PART III. PENAL SANCTION
    • PART I. GENERAL PRINCIPLES
    • PART II. APPLICATION OF THE GENERAL PRINCIPLES
    • PART III. PENAL SANCTION
    • APPENDIX III
      • SECTION I
      • SECTION II
      • SECTION III
    • SECTION I
    • SECTION II
    • SECTION III
    • APPENDIX IV
    • APPENDIX V
    • APPENDIX VI
      • SECTION I
      • SECTION II
      • SECTION III
      • SECTION IV
      • SECTION V
      • SECTION VI
      • SECTION VII
      • SECTION VIII
      • SECTION IX
    • SECTION I
    • SECTION II
    • SECTION III
    • SECTION IV
    • SECTION V
    • SECTION VI
    • SECTION VII
    • SECTION VIII
    • SECTION IX
    • APPENDIX VII
    • APPENDIX VIII
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    • APPENDIX IX
      • 15. Precedent and Decisions
      • 21. Recognition of New States
      • 55. Vessels
      • 64. Extradition
      • 101. Non-Combatants
      • 104. Personal Property of Enemy Subjects
      • 110. Privateers
      • 112. Capture and Ransom
      • 113. Postliminium
      • 115. Non-hostile Relations of Belligerents
      • 119. Termination of War by Treaty of Peace
      • 126. Neutral Territorial Jurisdiction
      • 129. Positive Obligations of a Neutral State
      • 131. Contraband
      • 132. Penalty for Carrying Contraband
      • 133. Unneutral Service
      • 137. Violation of Blockade
      • 138. Continuous Voyages
      • 139. Prize and Prize Courts
    • 15. Precedent and Decisions
    • 21. Recognition of New States
    • 55. Vessels
    • 64. Extradition
    • 101. Non-Combatants
    • 104. Personal Property of Enemy Subjects
    • 110. Privateers
    • 112. Capture and Ransom
    • 113. Postliminium
    • 115. Non-hostile Relations of Belligerents
    • 119. Termination of War by Treaty of Peace
    • 126. Neutral Territorial Jurisdiction
    • 129. Positive Obligations of a Neutral State
    • 131. Contraband
    • 132. Penalty for Carrying Contraband
    • 133. Unneutral Service
    • 137. Violation of Blockade
    • 138. Continuous Voyages
    • 139. Prize and Prize Courts
  • INDEX
  • FOOTNOTES:
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