Imágenes de páginas
PDF
EPUB

Jewish Persecutions in Poland, Roumania, and Galicia, Letter, in response to resolution, stating action taken by State Department before and in pursuance of resolution in matter of. 2 p. (S. doc. 44.) League of Nations. Covenants of peace and articles of association proposed by Senator King. 8 p. Foreign Relations Committee.

Comparison of plan for League of Nations showing original draft as presented to commission with covenant as finally adopted at Peace Conference; also presentation speeches of President of United States relating thereto. 35 p. (S. doc. 7.) Corrected. (S. doc. 46.) Senate.

Draft of Composite Covenant made by legal advisers of Commission on League of Nations. 8 p. (S. doc. 74.) Senate. American Draft of Covenant of League of Nations, with report of Commission of League of Nations. 25 p. (S. doc. 70.) Senate.

Senate.

Letters of Elihu Root relative to. 23 p. (S. doc. 41.)

Mexico, Claims against. Report to accompany S. Res. 106 directing Committee on Foreign Relations to investigate outrages on citizens of United States in Mexico. August 8, 1919. 1 p. (S. rp. 145.) Foreign Relations Committee.

Claims of American Citizens against, Response to resolution requesting information as to. May 20, 1919. 4 p. (S. doc. 1.) State Department.

Hearings on H. J. Res. 124 for appointment of committee for investigation of Mexican situation. 1919. Pts. 1, 2, ii+1-152 p. map. Rules Committee.

Proclamation making it unlawful to export arms or munitions to. July 12, 1919. 2 p. (No. 1530.) State Department. Report, in response to resolution, in respect to claims against Mexico for destruction of life and property of American citizens in that country. August 1, 1919. 29 p. (S. doc. 67.)

[ocr errors]

Report, in response to resolution, in respect to action taken by United States with relation to protection of landed estates of American citizens in Mexico. August 11, 1919. 2 p. (S. doc. 71.) Naturalization. Laws of 65th Congress relating to. 11 p. House of Representatives.

North German Lloyd Dock Company and Hamburg-American

docks, Proclamation fixing compensation for. December 3, 1918. (No. 1504 A.) State Department.

Passports. Message transmitting communication from Secretary of State suggesting that passport-control act of May 22, 1918, be extended for one year after peace shall have been concluded. August 25, 1919. 9 p. (S. doc. 79.)

Peace Treaty with Germany. 194 p. (S. doc. 49.) Senate.

Protocol to, signed at Versailles, June 28, 1919. 8 p.

(S. doc. 66.) French and English. Senate.

Agreement between United States, Belgium, British Empire, and France, and Germany with regard to military occupation of territories of the Rhine, signed at Versailles, June 28, 1919. 7 p. (S. doc. 75.); 17 p. (S. doc. 81.) French and English. Senate. 1919. Provisional draft of economic clauses of, with explanatory headings and marginal comments for use of American. delegates, presented to Senate Committee on Foreign Relations by Bernard Baruch. 68 p. (Senate Committee print.) Foreign Relations Committee.

Report of conference between members of Senate Committee on Foreign Relations and President of United States at White House, August 19, 1919. 56 p. (S. doc. 76.) Foreign Relations Committee.

Semi-official summary of treaty as handed to German plenipotentiaries May 7, 1919. 38 p. Senate.

Information, in response to resolution, concerning purported German-Japanese treaty, adjustment in reference to Shantung, and intimidation of Chinese peace delegates by Japan. August 11, 1919. 2 p. (S. doc. 72.)

Philippine Independence. Hearings before Committee on Philippines, Senate, and Committee on Insular Affairs, House, held jointly. 144 p. Philippines Committee.

Philippine Islands. Special reports on, by Wm. H. Taft, Secretary of War, January 23, 1908, and J. M. Dickinson, Secretary of War, November 23, 1910. 189 p. War Department.

Poland. Agreement between United States, British Empire, France, Italy, and Japan, on the one hand, and Poland on the other hand, signed at Versailles, June 28, 1919. 25 p. (S. doc. 82.) French and English. Senate.

Radiotelegraphy. Views of Navy Department on radio communication. July 28, 1919. 6 p. (H. doc. 165.) Navy Department.

Reconstruction (World War). Select list of references on economic reconstruction, including reports of British Ministry of Reconstruction. 1919. 47 p. Paper, 10c.

Seamen's Act of March 4, 1915, as amended June 12, 1916. 25 p. House of Representatives.

Siberia. Message, in response to resolution, informing Senate of reasons for sending United States soldiers to and maintaining them in Siberia, with statement by State Department issued August 5, 1918, relative to American-Japanese action in Siberia. July 25, 1919. 5 p. (S. doc. 60.)

St. Lawrence River Power Co., Interim order, opinions, and hearings in matter of application of, for approval of construction and maintenance of submerged weir in south channel of St. Lawrence River near mouth of its power canal at Massena, N. Y. International Joint Commission on Boundary Waters between United States and Canada.

Trading with the Enemy Act of October 6, 1917, as amended March 28 and September 24, 1918. 21 p. House of Representatives.

Trading with the Enemy Act and amendments thereto, with proclamations, executive orders, and orders issued by Acting Secretary of State, issued thereunder to April 8, 1919. 102 p. Alien Property Custodian.

Treaty-making Power in Various Countries. Collection of memoranda concerning negotiation, conclusion, and ratification of treaties and conventions, with excerpts from fundamental laws. 1919. 89 p. State Department.

Treaties. Methods and procedure in foreign countries relative to ratification of treaties, also extracts from Executive Journal of Senate relative to proceedings in cases of treaties rejected by Senate. 1919. 280 p. (S. doc. 26.) Senate.

Proposed abrogation of. Response to resolution requesting information concerning. May 20, 1919. 39 p. (S. doc. 2.) State Department.

Wilson, President. Addresses, Boston, Mass., February 24, 1919, and New York, N. Y., March 4, 1919. 18 p. Paper, 5c.

Wilson, President. Addresses on first trip to Europe, December 3, 1918-February 24, 1919. 58 p. Paper, 5c. Reprint with additions. 60 p. Paper, 5c.

Address to Senate, July 10, 1919, relating to peace treaty with Germany. 13 p. Paper, 5c.

World War, 1914-1918, Estimate of number of men of principal nations engaged in, who were killed in battle or died of wounds. 4 p. (S. doc. 40.) War Department.

GEORGE A. FINCH.

JUDICIAL DECISIONS INVOLVING QUESTIONS OF

INTERNATIONAL LAW

HIS BRITISH MAJESTY'S PROCURATOR-GENERAL IN EGYPT V. DEUTSCHE

[blocks in formation]

(Lord Sumner, Lord Parmoor, and Lord Wrenbury)

Decided December 13, 1918

THIS was an appeal and cross-appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court for Egypt in Prize, by which certain tugs, motorboats, lighters, and other craft, the property of the Deutche Kohlen Company, were declared to have belonged at the time of seizure to enemies of the Crown, and to have been properly seized as good and lawful prize, and they were directed to be detained until further orders. The Crown appealed from so much of the judgment as ordered that the craft should be detained only, and claimed that they should be condemned and confiscated. The company crossappealed, and submitted that the craft were liable neither to condemnation nor detention.

The Solicitor-General and Mr. Gavin Simonds appeared for the Crown; Sir Erle Richards, K. C., and Mr. Balloch for the company.

The Deutsche Kohlen Company, of Hamburg, had a branch at Port Saïd, where it supplied coal to passing steamers. It owned and used a number of tugs, motor-boats, and lighters, none of which was registered in the German Mercantile Marine. After the outbreak of war it carried on its operations under a limited license granted by the Egyptian Government, but ultimately the business was wound up and liquidated, and the company's craft requisitioned and used by the British authorities. The crown claimed the condemnation of the craft as belonging to enemies. Judge Grain rejected the company's contention that the craft were exempt from capture under 1 The Times Law Reports, Vol. XXXV, p. 159.

« AnteriorContinuar »