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HARVARD UNIVERSITY

LIBRARY
FEB 12 1961

CONTENTS OF VOLUME VII.

MODES OF REDRESS.

I. Amicable.

1. Negotiation. $ 1064.

2. Good offices and mediation.

(1) To adjust differences. $ 1065.

(2) To avert hostilities. $ 1066.

(3) To end war. $ 1067.

(4) The Hague convention. $ 1068.

3. Arbitration.

(1) A judicial method. $ 1069.

(2) Agreement to arbitrate. $ 1070.

(3) Appointment of arbitrators. $ 1071.

(4) Limitation of arbitrators' powers. § 1072.

(5) Power to determine jurisdiction. $ 1073.

(6) Majority decision. $ 1074.

(7) Rules of decision. $ 1075

(8) Agents and attorneys. $ 1076

(9) Cessation of arbitrators' functions. $ 1077.

(10) Testimonial and expenses. $ 1078.

(11) Payment and distribution of award. $ 1079.

(12) Barring of unpresented claims. $ 1080.

4. Finality of awards.

(1) Rule of res judicata. $ 1081.

(2) Award outside limits of submission not binding. $ 1082.

(3) Decisions impeachable for fraud. $ 1083.

5. General arbitration.

(1) Project of International American Conference, 1890. $ 1084.

(2) Olney-Pauncefote treaty, 1897. $ 1085.

(3) The Hague convention, 1899. $ 1086.

(4) Second International American Conierence, 1902. $ 1087.

(5) Subsequent measures. $ 1088.

II. Nonamicable, short of war.

1. Withdrawal of diplomatic relations. $ 1089.

2. Retorsion or retaliation. $ 1090.

3. Display of force. $ 1091.

4. Use of force.

(1) With special authority. $ 1092.

(2) Without special authority. $ 1093.

(3) Gain of preference in payment. $ 1094.

5. Reprisals.

(1) Nature of the remedy. $ 1095.

(2) Examples. $ 1096.

6. Pacific blockade. $ 1097.

7. Embargo. $ 1098.

8. Nonintercourse. $ 1099.

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WAR.

I. Definitions. $ 1100.

II. Kinds.

1. Public and general. $ 1101.

2. Limited. $ 1102.

3. Civil. $ 1103.

4. Private (no longer admissible). $ 1104.

III. Power to make. $ 1105.

IV. Commencement of war.

1. Declaration. $ 1106.

2. Hostilities prior to declaration. 1107.

3. Civil war.

f 1108.

V. Belligerents.

1. Combatants and noncombatants. $ 1109.

2. Nonliability for belligerent acts. $ 1110.

VI. Belligerent measures.

1. Permissible violence. $ 1111.

2. Sieges and bombardments. $ 1112.

3. Devastation. $ 1113.

4. Retaliation. $ 1114.

5. Deceit. $ 1115.

6. Treatment of resident alien enemies. $ 1116.

7. Prohibition of exports. § 1117.

8. Protection of neutral persons and property. $ 1118.

9. Prohibited measures.

(1) Particular acts. $ 1119.

(2) Bombardment of undefended towns. $ 1120.

(3) Pillage. $ 1121.

(4) Denial of quarter. $ 1122.

(5) Wanton destruction. $ 1123.

(6) Prohibited implements. $ 1124.

(7) Uncivilized warfare. $ 1125.

Case of Arbuthnot and Ambriste

10. Question as to concentration. $ 1126.

VII. Prisoners of war.

1. Who are and who are not. $ 1127.

2. Treatment. $ 1128.

3. Exchange. $ 1129.

4. Parole. $ 1130.

5. Repatriation. $ 1131.

6. Spies, war traitors, war rebels. $ 1132.

7. Deserters. $ 1133.

VIII. Treatment of the wounded. $ 1134.

Geneva (Red Cross) convention, 1864.

IX. Interruption of commercial relations.

1. Suspension of intercourse. $ 1135.

2. Contracts.

(1) Limitations on power to contract. $ 1136.

(2) Suspension or dissolution of contracts. $ 1137.

(3) Cessation of interest. $ 1138.

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VI. Commercial intercourse.

1. Right of neutrals to trade. $ 1179.

2. Rule of 1756; "continuous voyages." $ 1180.

3. Prohibition of trade between enemies. $ 1181.

4. Acceptance of enemy's license or protection. $ 1182.

VII. Enemy's property.

1. Liability to seizure. $ 1183.

2. Title to property in transit. $ 1184.

3. Produce of the enemy's soil. $ 1185.

4. Property in the enemy's service. $ 1186.

5. Transfer of enemy ships to neutrals.

(1) Public ship. $ 1187.

(2) Merchant vessels. $ 1188.

VIII. Enemy character.

1. Belligerent domicil. $ 1189.

2. Immateriality of personal disposition. $ 1190.

3. Consuls. $ 1191.

4. Interests of partners. $ 1192.

5. Change of domicil. $ 1193.

6. Corporations. $ 1194.

IX. Exemptions from capture.

1. Goods on neutral vessels. $ 1195.

2. Vessels in or sailing for port at outbreak of war. $ 1196.

3. Particular exemptions. $ 1197.

4. Proposed general immunity. $ 1198.

X. Visit and search.

1. A belligerent right. $ 1199.

2. Mode of exercise. $ 1200.

3. Mail steamers and nails. $ 1201.

4. Resistance to or evasion of search. $ 1202.

5. Use by neutral of armed enemy ship. $ 1203.

6. Convoy.

(1) Neutral. $ 1204.

(2) Belligerent. $ 1205.

XI. Capture.

1. What constitutes. $ 1206.

2. Who may make. $ 1207.

3. Rights of captor. $ 1208.

4. Probable cause.

$ 1209.

5. Wrongful capture. $ 1210.

6. Capture in neutral territory. $ 1211.

7. Sending in of prize. $ 1212.

Duty to send in; question of destruction

8. Recapture; salvage. $ 1213.

9. Safe conduct; ransoms.

$ 1214.

XII. Privateers.

1. What are, and what are not. $ 1215.

2. Bonding and responsibility. $ 1216.

3. Instructions, 1812. $ 1217.

4. Asylum. $ 1218.

5. Legality and policy. $ 1219.

XIII. Declarations of maritime law.

1. The armed neutrality. $ 1220.

2. Declaration of Paris. $ 1221.

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