Jurisdiction over Foreign Ships in Territorial Waters

Charles Noble Gregory
Michigan Law Review
Vol. 2, No. 5 (Feb., 1904), pp. 333-357
DOI: 10.2307/1273556
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    The substance of this paper was given by Dean Gregory before the International Law Association at its meeting at Antwerp, Sept. 29, 1903
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    Le Droit International, Calvo, Tom. 1, 471, Paris, 1896
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    75 Fed. 513
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    Revue de Droit Intern. et de Legislation Compare(, 1903, p. 79
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Taylor, International Law, p. 292
    • Mr. King to Mr. Madison, British and Foreign State Papers, 1812--14, p. 1404
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    1 Opinions Attorneys-General, 15
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    The Direct United States Cable Co. v. Anglo-American Telegraph Co., L. R. 2 App. Cas. - 394, Snow's Cases International Law, p. 45
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Stetson v. United States, 4 Moore's International Arbitration, 4333
    • Scott's Cases Inter- national Law, 143
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    Taylor's Int. I,aw, p, 303
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Taylor, International Law, p. 303
    • 1 Opinions of Attorneys-General, U. S., p, 47
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    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • U. S. v. Peters, 2 Dallas, 121
    • Wharton's State Trials, 93
    • Snow's Cases, 405
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    Taylor on Inter. L.. 303, 1 Opinions Attys.-General U. S., p. 87
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • John Brown, Halleck's International Law, 1,185
    • Snow's Cases on Inter. L., p.144
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    Snow's Cases, p. 146
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Note Scott's Cases, p. 147
    • Wharton's Digest, 1, 138
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    183 U. S. 424, (in 1901.)
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    Pt. 2. Chap. 2, 8th Ed., secs., 96-101
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    3d Edition, 476-479
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    The Parlement Belge, L. R, 5 Prob. Div. 197, 208
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    48Law Journal, P. D. and A., 13
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • I,. R., 4 Adnm. & Ecc., 59
    • Scott's Cases, page 48
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    Hall's International Law, page 621
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    Diplomatie de la Mer. p, 301
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    Le Droit International Tome 3, p. 339
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    L. R. 5. Prob. Div., 197.-
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    • Scott's Cases, 910.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
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    • Grotius, Hist., XIV,, p. 794.
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    Quoted in Commodore Stewart's case, sup ra, from Vatt., Bk. III., Ch. VII., Sec. 132.
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    The Florida, 101 U. S. 37.
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    The Vrow Anna Catharina. 5 Rob.. 15.
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    Diplomatie de la Mer., p. 218.
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    The Schooner exchange v. M'Iadden, 7 Cranch., 116.
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    Stephens. History Criminal Iaw, Vol. 2, p. 45.
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    Hist. of Crim. L.. Vol. 2, p. 48.
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    This reference contains 3 citations:
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    • Ortolan's Diplo- natie de la Mer, 1, 450
    • Snow's Cases, Inter. L., 121.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
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    • Revue de Legisl. et de Jurisprud. fevrier, 1843, Tonue XVII. p. 143.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Ortolan, Diplomatie de la Mer, 1, 455
    • Snow's Cases, Inter. I,., 122.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Snow's Cases Int. L., p, 124
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    120 U. S., 1.
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    150 U. S. 249.
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    6 Webst. Works, pp. 306, 307.
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    Law of Nations, p. 273.
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    Caldwell v. Van Vlissingen, 9 Hare, 415.
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    Howard's Reports, Vol. 19, p, 184.
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    Brown v. Duchesne, 19 Howard, 183.
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    110 Ped. Rep. 432.
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    The Rudora, 110, Fed. Rep., 430.
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    Patterson v. Bark ludora, 190 U. S., 169.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Foreign Jurisdiction Act, 6 and 7 Vict. c. 94, 18 and 19 Vict. c. 91, 41 and 42 Vict. c. 67
    • Phillimore, Inter. Law, Vol. IV, pp. 800-1.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • R. S., sec. 730
    • Taylor, Inter. Law, p, 196.
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    • Scott's cases, Inter. I,., 331.
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    3 Hughes, 466. Scott's Cases, p. 336,
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    Hall's Inter. L., p.-201-202.
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    L, R. Exchequer Div., p. 63
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    3rd Ed., Vol. 1, p. 157, et sequitur.
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    United States v. Smiley, 6 Sawyer, 640 Scott's cases, Inter. L., p. 302.