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PUBLISHED FOR
THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW

BY
BAKER, VOORHIS & COMPANY,

New YORK, U. S. A.

COPYRIGHT, 1907, BY
THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW

Stanford library

OCT 5 1955

341.05
A 572

CONTENTS

THE INTERNATIONAL CONGRESSES AND CONFERENCES OF THE LAST CENTUBY

AS FORCES WORKING TOWARD THE SOLIDARITY OF THE WORLD. Simeon

E. Baldwin .................

INTERNATIONAL UNIONS AND THEIR ADMINISTRATION. Paul $. Reinsch.... 579

AMERICAN IDEALS OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS. Albert Bushnell Hart.... 624

THE EXTENT AND LIMITATIONS OF THE TREATY-MAKING POWER UNDER THE

CONSTITUTION. Chandler P. Anderson........

........ 636

SECOND PEACE CONFERENCE AT THE HAGUE. David J. Hill................ 671

STATE LOANS IN THEIR RELATION TO INTERNATIONAL POLICY. Luis M. Drago, 692

BOARD OF EDITORS..................................................... 727

EDITORIAL COMMENT

The National Arbitration and Peace Conference at New York...........

First Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law.... 729

The Growth of International Law under a Permanent Court of Arbitra-

tion ..................

The Assassination of Gen. Barrillas....

734

The Association of International Law.........

739

The Fur Seal Question.......

742

The Recent Agreements Concluded Between Japan and France....

The Supplement ....................

749

CHRONICLE OF INTERNATIONAL EVENTS. Henry G. Crocker..

750

PUBLIC DOCUMENTS RELATING TO INTERNATIONAL LAW. Philip De Witt

Phair .......................

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JUDICIAL DECISIONS INVOLVING QUESTIONS OF INTERNATIONAL LAW.........

BOOK REVIEWS: BOOK NOTES..........

PERIODICAL LITERATURE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW......... ......

APPENDIX — List of memorable international conferences, etc., appended to

the above article, by Hon. Simeon E. Balduin....................... 808

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SUPPLEMENT — IMPORTANT TEXTS OF AN INTERNATIONAL CHARACTER.

THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW is supplied to all members
of the American Society of International Law without extra charge, as the
membership fee of five dollars per annum includes the right to all issues of the
JOURNAL published during the year for which the dues are paid.

The annual subscription to non-members of the Society is five dollars per
annum (one dollar extra is charged for foreign postage), and may be placed
with the Managing Editor or with Baker, Voorhis & Company, 47-49 Liberty
Street, New York City.

Single copies of the JOURNAL will be supplied by the Publisher at $1.25
per copy.

Applications for membership in the Society, correspondence with reference
to the JOURNAL, and books for review should be sent to James Brown Scott,
Managing Editor, George Washington University, Washington, D. C.

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THE LEGAL NATURE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW. James Brown Scott.......... 831

THE HISTORY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. Gaillard Aunt........... 867

THE AMERICAN CONSULAR SERVICE. Wilbur J. Carr ...............

891

CITIZENSHIP AND ALLEGIANCE IN CONSTITUTIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL LAW.

W. W. Willoughby................................................. 914

WOULD IMMUXITY FROM CAPTURE, DURING WAR, OF NON-OFFENDING PRIVATE

PROPERTY UPON THE HIGH SEAS BE IN THE INTEREST OF CIVILIZATION ?

C. H, Stockton........

............ 930

BOARD OF EDITORS..

944

EDITORIAL COMMENT

The January JOURNAL. ........

944

The Second Peace Conference of The Hague. .....

945

The Integrity of China and the “Open Door”..

954

The Northeastern Fisheries Question ................

Secretary Root's Visit to Mexico.........

964

The Regulation of Immigration and the Doctrine of Expatriation. 967

The Case of Johnson v. Browne.....

970

The Meeting of the International Law Association at Portland...

971

Recent Disturbances in Morocco......

975

The San Dominican “ Enabling Act”.......

Enabling Act ................................

.... 978

The Recent Anglo-Russian Convention......

... 979

The Dispute between the Argentine Republic and Uruguay as to their

Jurisdiction in the Rio de la Plata....................

................ 984

CHRONICLE OF INTERNATIONAL EVENTS. Henry G. Crocker..

PUBLIC DOCUMENTS RELATING TO INTERNATIONAL LAW. Philip De Witt

Phair ...........................................................1009

JUDICIAL DECISIONS INVOLVING QUESTIONS OF INTERNATIONAL LAW.........1016

Book REVIEWS: Book NOTES....

PERIODICAL LITERATURE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW ..........................1065

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SUPPLEMENT — IMPORTANT TEXTS OF AN INTERNATIONAL CHARACTER.

THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW is supplied to all members
of the American Society of International Law without extra charge, as the
membership fee of five dollars per annum includes the right to all issues of the
JOURNAL published during the year for which the dues are paid.

The annual subscription to non-members of the Society is five dollars per
annum (one dollar extra is charged for foreign postage), and may be placed
with the Managing Editor or with Baker, Voorhis & Company, 47-49 Liberty
Street, New York City.

Single copies of the JOURNAL will be supplied by the Publisher at $1.25
per copy.

Applications for membership in the Society, correspondence with reference
to the JOURNAL, and books for review should be sent to James Brown Scott,
Managing Editor, George Washington University, Washington, D. C.

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