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SECTION II
46
Death
48
CHAPTER XIII
58
Exclusion of consuls
60
Eight of passage
72
TITLE IV
78
Treaty by state in revolution
79
Extradition of criminals
89
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
Conditional extradition
120
Surrender in case of offense committed on the frontier
121
Second arrest
122
Necessary legislation to be provided
123
SECTION II
124
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 II
136
Absentees cannot be naturalized
139
TITLE VII
146
TITLE VIII
159
Commercial intercourse
163
UNIFORM REGULATIONS FOR MUTUAL CONVENIENCE
168
CHAPTER XXVI
174
CHAPTER XXVII
184
Local charges restricted
187
Shipping XII Imposts XIII Quarantine XIV Railways XV Telegraphs XVI Postal Service XVII Patents XVIII Trademarks XIX Copyrights XX Money...
196
General Provisions XXXII Rules of Navigation Law of the Road at Sea XXXIII Collision XXXIV Average XXXV Salvage CHAPTER XXXI
197
Foreign navigation
198
Registry enrollment and license
199
Law of the road at sea
200
Night lights
201
Lights for steamtugs
202
Lights for sailing ships
203
Lights for ships at anchor
204
Fog signals
205
Two sailing ships crossing
207
Sailing ship and ship under steam
208
Proviso to save special cases
209
CHAPTER XXXIII
210
Faults of navigation
211
Who liable
212
CHAPTER XXXIV
213
Order of jettison
214
General average
215
Loss how adjusted
216
Jettison of deck cargo
217
Damage by water and breakage
218
Voluntary stranding
219
TITLE XII
228
TITLE XIII
239
Line between frontier stations an international route
241
TITLE XVI
251
Forwarding mailsin case of deviation
254
Weight for single rate of postage
255
Rate of ocean postage
256
Registration fee
257
Basis for settlement of accounts
258
Transit of closed mails through each nation
261
Transfer of closed maite without charge
262
Mail matter not to be detained
264
CHAPTER XXXVII
265
Language
266
Indorsement
267
TITLE XVII
268
TITLE XVIII
269
Exceptions
271
Declaration
272
Equal privileges of foreigners
273
TITLE XIX
274
Ownership of products of the mind
275
Transfer
276
Correspondence addressed to public offices
277
Page
278
Translations
279
Extracts from newspapers and periodicals
280
TITLE XX
281
Gold to be the standard
282
Definition of the money unit
284
What gold coins shall be legal tender
291
Silver coinage
292
Limits of variation from standard weight or fineness within which coins shall be current
293
Standard weights
294
Coins may be called in by proclamation
295
Coins of base metal not to form a part of the interna tional currency
296
WEIGHTS AND MEASTJKES
297
The metric system of weights and measures adopted
344
TITLE XXII
350
TITLE XXIII
362
DIVISION SECOND
375
Rank and social condition
377
GUARDIANSHIP AND MENTAL ALIENATION
389
HOSTILITIES
466
THE CONDUCT OF
474
CHAPTER LVI
482
Who may wage Hostilities LVIII Against whom Hostilities may be waged LIX The Instruments and Modes of Hostilities LX Truce and Armistice LXI...
484
Hostilities against Property LXV Contraband of War LXVI Visitation Search and Capure LXVII Blockade LXVIII Prize LXIX Effect of a state of Wa...
485
Persons impressed with military character
487
Compulsory service
488
Defensive hostilities
489
Punishment of privateering
490
AGAINST WHOM HOSTILITIES MAY BE WAGED Article 744 Enemy denned
491
Individual enemies
492
Noncombatants
493
Passive enemies sick and wounded leaving armed place
494
Unlawful weapons
495
Private gratification forbidden
497
Notice of bombardment
499
Mode of retaliation not to be barbarous
500
762 Good faith in keeping engagements
501
Lawful stratagems
503
Employment and punishment of spies
504
Enlistment of deserters no protection from punish ment
505
Authority to make armistice
506
Interpretation v
507
Enforcing
508
Recommencing hostilities
509
CHAPTER LXI
510
Persons attached to ambulances and hospitals
511
Hostage defined
523
Cartels
524
Breach of cartel
525
CHAPTER LX1V HOSTILITIES AGAINST PROPERTY Article 835 What property may be seized
526
Destroying means of communication
535
Ravaging or laying waste enemys country
536
Property exempt not to be sold or carried away
537
Title to movables
538
Public ships surprised by war
539
Rescue
541
Effect of recapture of property of a neutral
542
Compensation for property taken for military uses
543
X V
544
Contraband persons
545
Contingent destination presumed to be hostile
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
Freightage of contraband
555
VISITATION SEARCH AND CAPTURE Article 865 Eight of visitation
556
Ships under neutral convoy
557
Ships under hostile convoy
558
Mode of visitation
559
Detention
560
Memorandum of visit to be indorsed on ships papers
561
Prize incapable of being sent in
562
Detention of persons and papers
563
Detention in cases of suspicion
565
Spoliation of papers defined
567
Persons on board a captured armed public ship or ship without colors
568
Persons and things captured as contraband to be brought before a prize court
569
Liability of commander 570
570
Rights of all ships to defend against attack
572
Objects of blockade
573
X V I I I
576
Possession necessary to jurisdiction
578
Previous liens
579
Trial of contraband persons
580
Public debt not confiscable
581
Effect of war on executory contracts
582
Removal of interdiction
583
X X
584
to belligerent nation
585
Interdiction of entrance of foreigners
586
Foreigners rights of residence and vocation
587
Safe conducts
589
Passports
590
Intercourse across lines of military occupation
591
Private ships surprised by war
593
Intercourse of active enemies
594
Commencement and termination of illegality
596
Transfer of ships during war
597
Penalty of illegal intercourse and traffic
598
DIVISION FOURTH
609
Attempt to involve a neutral
612
Kinds of assistance
613
Passive assistance
614
Active duties of neutrals
615
Breach of neutrality not justified by precedent obli gation
616
Aid to sick and wounded
617
Liability for negligence in enforcing neutrality
618
Violations of neutrality
619
Supplies limited
620
Prizes not to be sent into neutral ports
621
Breaches and violations of neutrality declared public offenses
622
DEFINITIONS AND GENERAL PROVISIONS Arttcle 983 Words how used
623
Words elsewhere denned
624
Who are principals
625
Code everywhere locally binding
626
Uttering forged instrument or coin
628
Punishment for public offenses
629
Rescission of adoption of Code
630

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202 페이지 - ... points of the compass, so fixed as to throw the light from right ahead to two points abaft the beam...
205 페이지 - ... sees the masts of the other in a line or nearly in a line with her own, and by night to cases in which each vessel is in such a position as to see both the side lights of the other.
205 페이지 - Art. 15. If two ships under steam are meeting end on, or nearly end on, so as to involve risk of collision, each shall alter her course to starboard, so that each may pass on the port side of the other. This Article only applies to cases where ships are meeting end on, or nearly end on, in such a manner as to involve risk of collision...
114 페이지 - ... upon such evidence of criminality as, according to the laws of the place where the fugitive or person so charged shall be found, would justify his apprehension and commitment for trial, if the crime or offence had there been committed...
620 페이지 - No ship of war or privateer of either belligerent shall be permitted, while in any port, harbor, roadstead or waters within the jurisdiction of the United States, to take in any supplies except provisions and such other things as may be requisite for the subsistence of her crew...
209 페이지 - Nothing in these rules shall exonerate any vessel or the owner or master or crew thereof from the consequences of any neglect to carry lights or signals, or of any neglect 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.
208 페이지 - If two ships under steam are crossing so as to involve risk of collision, the ship which has the other on her own starboard side shall keep out of the way of the other.
442 페이지 - States, shall be proved or admitted in any other court within the United States, by the attestation of the clerk and the seal of the court annexed, if there be a seal, together with a certificate of the judge, chief justice, or presiding magistrate that the said attestation is in due form.
494 페이지 - If the citizen or subject of a country or place invaded or conquered gives information to his own government, from which he is separated by the hostile army, or to the army of his government, he is a war traitor, and death is the penalty of his offence.
395 페이지 - A thing is deemed to be affixed to land when it is attached to it by roots, as in the case of trees, vines, or shrubs; or imbedded in it, as in case of walls; or permanently resting upon it, as in the case of buildings; or permanently attached to what is thus permanent, as by means of cement, plaster, nails, bolts, or screws.

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