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Abrogation of treaties, 234. | Amnesty, treaty of peace as to, 273.
Absolutely contraband, what articles Angary, 307 n.
are, 304.

Appeal from prize courts, 30, 325.
Accretion, acquisition of territory Arbitration, Hague Convention, 219,
by, 102.

445. See Geneva Arbitration,
Acquisition of territorial jurisdic- Venezuela.
tion, 98.

| Armed neutralities of 1780 and 1800,
Admiralty law, a basis of interna 22, 278, 300, 315.
tional law, 10.

Armies, instructions for United
Africa, partition of, 92, 103, 104. States, 331–367.
See Spheres of Influence.

Armistices. See Flags of Truce.
Agreements. See Treaties. | Army, within the jurisdiction of
Aids to the memory, what they are, another state, 137, 138.
171.

Assassination, when forbidden, 253..
Aix-la-Chapelle, treaty of, 21, 155, Asylum. See Right of Asylum.
167, 206.

Austria, one of the Great Powers, 90;
Alabama case. See Geneva Arbi-i attitude of, at the Congress of
tration.

Troppau, 90; relations of, to the
Alaska, sale of, to the United States, Triple Alliance, 92; convention of,

101; territorial waters of, 116. as to the Suez Canal, 111; juris-
Aliens, rights of, as to naturalization, diction of, over foreign-born sub-

125, 126; jurisdiction over, 130–133. jects, 123.
Alternat, use of, in signing treaties,
89, 169.

Balance of power in Europe, 76, 76 ;
Amalfitan tables. See Sea Laws. intervention to preserve, 83.
Ambassadors, sending of, 13; juris- Balloons, launching of projectiles,

diction of Supreme Court as to, etc., from, 253.
31 ; immunities of vessels carrying, Base of operations, neutral territory
119; office of, in early days, 153, as, 288.
154; rules as to, 154-159; suite of, Bays, as affecting jurisdiction, 108;
160; who may send, 160; who may las affecting neutrality, 287.
be sent as, 161, 162; credentials, Belgium, recognition of, 44, 47; neu-
etc., of, 162 et seq., ceremonial as tralization of, 52, 92, 211, 212, 278;
to, 165–170; functions of, 170–172 ; | attitude of Great Powers as to, 92;
termination of mission of, 172-175; jurisdiction of, as to foreign-born
immunities and privileges of, 175-1. subjects, 124; marriage, 125.
182.

| Belligerency, recognition of, 59-63.

Belligerents, non-hostile relations Ceremonials, inequalities in, 89;
of, 264–269; carriage of, 309.

maritime, 89.
Bering Sea, controversy as to, 113, Cessation of hostilities, 267, 271.
116, 117.

Cession, as a means of acquiring
Berlin Conference, attitude of, as to territory, 100; of jurisdiction,

spheres of influence, 103; Berlin 101.
Decree of Napoleon, 315.

Chargés d'Affaires, rules as to, 156
Berlin, treaty of, 206.

et seq.
Bessarabia, cession of a portion of, Charitable institutions, 240.
100.

Chile, belligerency in case of, 58;
Blockade, in case of United States of right of asylum in, 181.

Colombia, 58; Pacific, 223-225; China, international law as applied
visit and search in case of, 311; his to, 5, 64; jurisdiction of, over
tory of, 314, 315; conditions of ex aliens, 131, 132; termination of
istence of, 315, 316; a war measure, treaty of, with Japan, 215; treaty
316; declaration of, 316; notifica of peace of, with Japan, 272.
tion of, 316; must be effective, 317, Churches. See Religion.
318; cessation of, 318, 319; viola- Citizenship, as affected by naturali-
tion of, 319, 320; continuous voy- zation, 125–130.
ages in case of, 320–324

Civil law. See Roman Law.
Bombardment, 253.

Civil war, intervention in case of,
Booty, 244.

85; when it begins, 230, 231.
Brazil, belligerency in case of, 58; Classification of treaties, 210–212.
neutrality of, 293.

Clayton-Bulwer Treaty, as laying
Briefs of the conversation, 171. down new rules, 32; as to the
British Guiana, boundary line of, 78. | Panama or Nicaraguan Canal, 112.
British Orders in Council of 1807, Cleveland, President, attitude of,
222.

as to United States of Colombia,
British South Africa Company, his 58; neutrality proclamation of,
tory of, 55.

284 n.
Brussels conference, 206, 384-394. Coal, when not to be supplied to bel-
Bureau of Information, 264.

ligerents, 291; as contraband of
war, 305; auxiliary ships carry-

ing, 310...
Canada, fisheries of, 114-116.

Combatants, who are, 235-237.
Canals, Suez, 110-112; Panama. 112; Commencement of war, 229-231.

Nicaraguan, 112; Kiel, 112; neu | Commissions of Inquiry, 218, 448.
tralization of, 279, 280.

Common law, 10.
Canning, George, on the neutrality Condemnation for carrying contra-
of the United States, 282.

band, 306.
Canon law, 9, 15.

Conditionally contraband, what
Capitulation, what it is, 269; in ex- articles are, 305.
cess of authority, 269.

Conference of London of 1871, 32.
Capture of hostile private property, | Conferences and congresses as a

247, 257–259; goods as determined means of settling disputes, 218.
by ownership, 299.

Confiscation of property in war, 241,
Cartel ship, exemption of, from cap- 242.

ture, 245, 246; defined, 265. | Congo Free State, recognition of, 44;
Cartels, what they are, 201, 263, 265. | neutralization of, 52.

HY

Conquest, acquisition of title by, 99; 1 courts as to, 139–141; extradition

termination of war by, 270, 271. 1 for, 142–146.
Consolato del Mare. See Sea Crusades, influence of, 16, 19.
Laws.

Cuba, intervention in case of, 85.
Constitution of the United States as Custom, practice and usage, 29, 30.

to ambassadors, etc., 31, 183, 184; Customs of Amsterdam. See Sea
citizens of the United States, 123; | Laws.
naturalization, 125; criminal pros-

ecutions, 179; treaties, 207. Death of diplomatic agent, proceed-
Consulates, development of, 18. ings in case of, 172.
Consuls, jurisdiction of Supreme Debts, law as to, in time of war,

Court as to, 31; exemptions of, l 274.
137; courts of, 140, 141; histori Deceit involving perfidy, 252, 253.
cally considered, 186; rank of, Declaration of Paris, agreed to by
188; nomination of, 189; functions the United States, 33; provisions
of, 190; powers of, in Eastern and of, 247, 255, 302, 303, 315, 317; form
non-Christian states, 193, 194; priv- of, 247, 398.
ileges and immunities of, 194 Declaration of war, 231, 232; block-
196; vacating the office of, 196, ade, 316.
197.

Declarations, defined, 200, 212.
Continuous voyages, rule as to, 320_ Definition of international law, 3; a
324.

state, 39, 40; of neutralized states,
Contraband of war, capture of, 247, 51; of corporations, 54; insurgents,

297 ; what is, 303–306; penalty for 56; belligerents, 59; jurisdiction,
carrying, 306, 307; difference be 96; territorial domain, etc., 97;
tween, and unneutral service, 308– prescription, 101 ; nationality, 121 ;
310; visit and search for, 310-313; diplomacy, 151 ; treaties, 198; non-
rule of, in case of, 313, 314; rela hostile redress, 220; retorsion, 220 ;
tions of, to blockade, 314-319; vio reprisals, 221; embargo, 221; Pa-
lation of blockade, 319, 320; con cific blockade, 223; war, 229; con-
tinuous voyages, 320–324; prize tributions, 243; requisitions, 243;
and prize courts, 324-328; visit booty, 244; belligerent occupation,
and search for, 311.

251; prisoners of war, 262; cartel,
Contributions, what they are, 242, 265; cartel ship, 265; license to

trade, 266; capitulation, 269; neu-
Convention, difference between, and trality, 277; neutralization, 278;
treaty, 199. See Treaties.

contraband of war, 303; unneutral
Convoy, vessels under, 313, 314.

service, 308; convoy, 313; block-
Corporations, status of, 54.

ade, 314; prize, 324.
Correspondence, diplomatic and con- Denmark, intervention in affairs of,
sular, 309.

80; jurisdiction of, over Danish
Courts of admiralty, 30; prize, 30, | Sound and Two Belts, 109.

324-328; arbitration, 31 ; domestic | Denunciation of treaties, 216.
matters, 31.

Devastation forbidden in war, 254.
Crete, Pacific blockade of, 223, Diplomatic agents, exemptions of,
224.

137; laws as to, 152–197.
Crew of merchant vessels. status of, Dinlomatic negotiation as a means
236.

of settling disputes, 218.
Crimes, jurisdiction of consular Diplomatic papers. See State Papers.

243.

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