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I. Supremacy of territorial sovereign-Continued.

(5) Religious freedom. $ 194.

(6) Learned professions. $ 195.

6. Martial law. $ 196.

Military law.

Martial law.

Cases in the l'nited States.

Protocol with Spain, 1877.

Uprising in Hawaii, 1895.

Case of Waller.

II. Territorial operation of laws.

1. Municipal legislation. $197.

2. Judicial decisions. $198.

3. Questions of international right. $ 199.

III. Extraterritorial crime.

1. Miscellaneous opinions and cases. $ 200.

2. Cutting's case.

$ 201.

3. Legislation and judicial decisions. $ 202.

IV. Jurisdiction over ports.

1. Entrance of foreign vessels. $ 203.

2. Jurisdiction over merchant vessels.

(1) Application of local law. $ 204.

(2) Questions of internal order and discipline. $ 205.

(3) Authority of consuls. $ 206.

Treaties and legislation.

Treaties: Austria-Hungary, July 11, 1870, Art. XI.

Belgium, March 9, 1880, Art. XI.

Germany, December 11, 1871, Arts. XII., XIII.

Italy, May 8, 1878, Art. XI.

Sweden and Norway, 1827, Art. XIII.

3. Protests against onerous exactions. $ 207.

Fines, taxes, and seizures.

Custody of ship's papers.

4. Involuntary entrance as ground of exemption. § 208.

Judicial decisions.

Official opinions.

Cases of Comet and Encomium.

Cases of Enterprise and Hermosa.

Case of the Creole.

Decision in cases of Enterprise, Hermosa, and Creole.

Case of the York.

V. Inviolability of Territory.

1. Rule of inviolability. $ 209.

2. Breaches by military and naval authorities. $ 210.

3. Breaches by civil authorities. $ 211.

4. Breaches by private persons. $ 212.

5. Permission for passage of foreign forces. $213.

Circumstances of necessity or convenience.

International exhibitions.

Social occasions.

Questions of control.

6. Landing of forces for protection against violence. $ 214.

7. Plea of necessary self-defense.

(1) Invasions of West Florida. $ 215.

(2) Amelia Island. $ 216.

(3) Destruction of the Caroline. $ 217.

(4) Bombardment of Greytown. $218.

(5) Pursuit of predatory Indians and other marauders. $ 219.

II. Extraterritorial jurisdiction.

1. General principles. $ 259.

2. Nationality, as a limitation. $260.

Defendant.

Plaintiff.

Witness.

3. Jurisdiction over seamen.

§ 261.

4. Exercise of judicial functions.

(1) Legislation of United States. $ 262,

(2) Power to make regulations. $ 263.

(3) Conduct of proceedings. $ 264.

Official competency.

Mode of trial.

Employment of marshals.

(4) Civil jurisdiction. $265.

Particular subjects.

Appeals to United States.

(5) Criminal jurisdiction. § 266.

Its scope.

Extradition.

Imprisonment.

Clemency.

5. End, or suspension, of privileges.

(1) Change of sovereignty. $ 267.

(2) Leased territories in China. $268.

(3) Effect of martial law. $ 269.

6. China.

(1) Establishment of extraterritorial privileges. $ 270.

(2) United States treaties. $ 271.

(3) Regulations. $ 272.

(4) Shanghai municipal ordinances. $ 273.

(5) Prevention of opium trade. $ 274.

(6) Mixed court at Shanghai. $ 275.

7. Japan.

(1) Police powers. $ 276.

(2) Municipal officer at Yokohama. $277.

(3) Municipal ordinances at Nagasaki. $ 278.

(4) Expulsion of convicts. $ 279.

(5) Warehouse regulations. $280.

(6) Abolition of extraterritoriality. $ 281.

8. Morocco and other Barbary powers. § 282.

9. Turkey.

(1) Origin and extent of extraterritoriality. $ 283.

(2) Art. 1V., treaty of 1830. $ 284.

Notes by Messrs. Davis and Adee.

Report by Mr. Dainese, 1852.

Report by Mr. Brown, 1857.

Views of Mr. Cass, 1859.

Position of Mr. Fish, 1869.

Case of Kelly, 1877.

Mirzan's case, 1879.

Correspondence of 1884–1889.

Case of Proios.

Gurdjian's case, 1890; Mr. Blaine's offer.

Report of Mr. Olney, 1895.

Correspondence of 1900–1901.

(2) Jurisdiction. $ 324.

4. Passports and sea letters. § 325.

5. Arming of merchant vessels. § 326.

6. Officers. $ 327.

7. Loss of right to protection. $ 328.

V. Vessels controlled by insurgents.

1. Cases and opinions, 1776-1860. § 329.

2. Civil war cases.

$ 330.

3. Cases and opinions, 1865–1884. $ 331.

4. Colombian insurrection, 1885. $ 332.

5. Revolution in Chile, 1891. $ 333.

6. Naval revolt in Brazil, 1893-94. $ 334.

7. Cases and opinions, 1899-1902. $335.

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