The Permanent Court of International Justice

Manley O. Hudson
Harvard Law Review
Vol. 35, No. 3 (Jan., 1922), pp. 245-275
DOI: 10.2307/1329614
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  • 1
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • VESNITCH, DEUX PRECURSEURS FRANÇAIS DU PACIFISME (1911), P. 29.
    • Ves- nitch, "Cardinal Alberoni: An Italian Precursor of Pacifism and International Arbi- tration," 7AM. JOUR. INT. L.51.
  • 2
    Professor John Bassett Moore in 14HARV. L. REV. 182-183
  • 3
    SCOTT, HAGUE CONVENTIONS AND DECLARATIONS OF I899 AND 1907, P. 31.
  • 4
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • 4AM. JOUR. INT. L., Supp., P. 102.
    • SCOTT, AN INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE (1916).
  • 5
    "The New Pan-Americanism," WORLD PEACE FOUNDATION (pamphlet series), vol. VII, p. xiii.
  • 6
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • REPORTS OF THE NEW YORK STATE BAR ASSOCIATION, 1915, P. 76
    • 1917, P. 104
    • 1918, p. 90.
  • 7
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • The Italian suggestion is reprinted in a volume of DOCUMENTS PRESENTED TO THE COMMITTEE OF JURISTS AT THE HAGUE IN 1920, P. 55
    • Permanent Court of International Justice, published by the League of Nations Secretariat, in 1921.
  • 8
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • SENATE HEARINGS ON THE TREATY OF PEACE WITH GERMANY, 66 Cong., i Sess., Document IO6, pp. 256, II67, I172, I2I6, and 1222.
    • League of Nations Commission on 3 February, 1919
    • Ibid., p. 1228.
  • 10
    LEAGUE OF NATIONS OFF. JOUR., March, 1920, PP. 33-37.
  • 12
    DOCUMENTS PRESENTED TO THE COMMITTEE OF JURISTS, P. 301.
  • 13
    14AM. JOUR. OF INT. L., Supp., P. 371.
  • 14
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • LEAGUE OF NATIONS OFF. JOUR., September, 1920, P. 318
    • Ibid., November-December, 1920, p. 12.
  • 16
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • RECORDS OF THE FIRST ASSEMBLY, Meetings of Committees, I, pp. 275-329.
    • Ibid., pp. 333-403.
  • 17
    DOCU- MENTS PUBLISHED BY THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS SECRETARIAT, Vol. II, pp. 54-60, 214- 22I.
  • 18
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • RECORDS OF THE FIRST AS- SEMBLY, Plenary Meetings, p. 500
    • Ibid., p. 468.
  • 19
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • LEAGUE OF NATIONS OFF. JOUR., October, 1921, p. 809.
    • JOUR. OF THE SECOND ASSEMBLY, pp. 93, 278, 303.
  • 20
    PROCÈS-VERBAUX OF THE COMMITTEE OF JURISTS, p. 109.
  • 22
    JOUR. OF THE SECOND ASSEMBLY, pp. 84-107.
  • 23
    LEAGUE OF NATIONS OFF. JOUR., October, 1921, SUPP., P. 41.
  • 27
    RAPPORT DU CONSEIL ADMINISTRATIF DE LA COUR PERMANENTE D'ARBITRAGE, 1920, P. 37.
  • 28
    DOCUMENTS PRESENTED TO THE COMMITTEE OF JURISTS AT THE HAGUE, p. 35.
  • 29
    COHEN, COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION AND THE LAW (1918), pp. 10 el seq.
  • 30
    6AM. JOUR. OF INT. L.178.
  • 31
    WEHBERG, PROBLEM OF AN INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE, 1918, P. 30.
  • 32
    Dr. van Hamel in 13REVUE DE DROIT INTERNATIONAL (2d ser.), 370, 376.
  • 33
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Mr. William Cullen Dennis, in an able article on "Compromise - the Great Defect of Arbitration," 11COLUMBIA L. REV. 493, 50I
    • RALSTON, INTERNATIONAL ARBITRAL LAW AND PROCEDURE, 1910, § 127.
  • 34
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Justice Higgins' articles, "A New Province for Law and Order," 29HARV. L. REV. 13
    • 32 Ibid., 189
    • 34 Ibid., 105.
  • 36
    Mr. Felix Frankfurter's article on "The Constitutional Opinions of Justice Holmes," 29HARV. L. REV. 683.
  • 36
    WEHBERG, THE PROBLEM OF AN INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE, 1918, P- 39.
  • 37
    The Pious Fund Case, WILSON'S HAGUE ARBITRATION CASES, p. 9.
  • 38
    WILSON'S HAGUE ARBITRATION CASES, P. 36.
  • 39
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • POLLOCK, EXPANSION OF THE COMMON LAW, p. 111.
    • VOIGHT, JUS NATURALE, AEQUUM ET BONUM UND JUS GENTIUM DER RÖMER (1856)
    • RALSTON, INTERNATIONAL ARBITRAL LAW AND PROCEDURE (1910), § 128.
  • 40
    RECORDS OF THE FIRST ASSEMBLY, Meetings of Committees, I, p. 403.
  • 41
    LEAGUE OF NATIONS OFF. JOUR., October, 1921x Spec. Supp., No. 6, pp. 13-I4.
  • 42
    PROCÈS-VERBAUX OF THE COMMITTEE OF JURISTS, P. 747.
  • 43
    RECORDS OF FIRST ASSEMBLY, Plenary Meetings, P. 745.
  • 44
    POUND, SPIRIT OF THE COMMON LAW (1921), P. 180.
  • 45
    DOCUMENTS, II, p. 50.
  • 46
    London Street Tramways Co. v. London County Council, [1898] A. C. 375.
  • 47
    RALSTON, INTERNATIONAL ARBITRAL LAW AND PROCEDURE (1910), PP. iii, 74.
  • 48
    DOCUMENTS, II, p. 50.
  • 52
    ANNALS, AM. ACAD. OF POL. AND SOC. SCIENCE, for July, 1921, pp. 98-I37.
  • 53
    DOCUMENTS, II, p. 47.
  • 54
    PROCÈS-VERBAUX OF THE COMMITTEE OF JURISTS, p. 694.
  • 55
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • LEAGUE OF NATIONS, MONTHLY SUMMARY, November, 1921, P. 159.
    • LEAGUE OF NATIONS OFF. JOUR., October, 1921, pp. 808-809.
  • 56
    99 BRITISH AND FOREIGN STATE PAPERS, 1035.
  • 57
    This reference contains 5 citations:
    • Treaty of Versailles, Arts. 336, 337, 386, 415-420, 423
    • Treaty of St. Germain, Arts. 69, 297, 298, 327, 360-365, 368
    • Treaty of Trianon, Arts. 60, 281, 282, 310, 343- 348, 351
    • Treaty of Neuilly, Arts. 57, 225, 226, 277-282
    • Treaty of Sevres, Arts. 346, 402-407, 406
  • 58
    The Polish Minority Treaty of 28 June, 1919
  • 59
    William I. Buchanan, in UNITED STATES FOREIGN RELATIONS (1908), P. 247.
  • 60
    2 Dall (U. S.), 399 ff.
  • 61
    LEAGUE OF NATIONS OFF. JOUR., July-August, 1920, P. 249.
  • 62
    LEAGUE OF NATIONS OFF. JOUR., September, 1921, p. 669.
  • 63
    JOUR. OF THE SECOND ASSEMBLY, 27 September, 1921, P. 218.
  • 64
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Dennis, "The Orinoco Steam- ship Company Case," 5AM. JOUR. OF INT. L.35, 59.
    • RALSTON, INTERNATIONAL ARBITRAL LAW AND PROCEDURE, § 280.
  • 65
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Dennis, "The Necessity for an International Code of Arbitral Procedure," 7AM. JOUR. OF INT. L.285, 290
    • RALSTON, INTERNATIONAL ARBITRAL LAW AND PROCEDURE, § 273.
  • 67
    Hudson, "The Proposed Control of Procedure by Rules of Court in Missouri," 13LAW SERIES, MISSOURI BULL.5.
  • 68
    Dennis, "The Necessity for an International Code of Arbitral Procedure," 7AM. JOUR. OF INT. L.285, 292.
  • 69
    This reference contains 7 citations:
    • PROCÈS-VERBAUX, p. 681
    • RECORDS OF THE FIRST ASSEMBLY, Meetings of Com- mittees, I, p. 545.
    • Ibid., p. 307
    • Ibid., p. 576
    • 38 STAT. AT L., 1872
    • RECORDS OF THE FIRST ASSEMBLY, Meetings of Committees, I, p. 368
    • PROCÈS-VERBAUX OF THE COMMITTEE OF JURISTS, p. 735
  • 70
    2AM. JOUR. OF INT. L.838.
  • 71
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • RECORDS OF THE ASSEMBLY, Plenary Meetings, p. 491.
    • Treaty of St. Ger- main, Art. 69
    • LEAGUE OF NATIONS, OFF. JOUR., October, 1921, SUPP., P. 13.
  • 73
    Secretary Root's Instructions to the American Delegates to The Hague Con- ference of 1907, 2SCOTT, HAGUE CONFERENCES, p. 191.
  • 74
    The Treaty of Washington of 13 December, 1921
  • 75
    RECORDS OF THE FIRST ASSEMBLY, Plenary Meetings, p. 468.