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BY THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW

Stanford 1

Stanford Library
OCT 5 1955

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The Law OF HOSTILE MILITARY EXPEDITIONS AS APPLIED BY TH" UNITED

STATES. Roy Emerson Curtis ........

Two REPRESENTATIVES OF THE GROTIAN SCHOOL. Charles G. Fenwick........ 38

A PRACTICAL PEACE POLICY. A. Schvan..

THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FOR VIOLATIONS OF THE

RightS OF ALIENS. Nelson Gammans .........

...............

REPRESENTATION IN PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL ORGANS. Denys P. Myers. ......

THE AMERICAN PHILOSOPHY OF GOVERNMENT AND ITS EFFECT ON INTERNA-

TIONAL RELATIONS. Alpheus Henry Snow......

THE CENTRAL AMERICAN QUESTION FROM A EUROPEAN POINT OF VIEW. Ger-

manicus............................

....................... 213

THE LAW OF HOSTILE MILITARY EXPEDITIONS AS APPLIED BY THE UNITED

STATES, II. Roy Emerson Curtis. ........

224

AERIAL-LAND AND AERIAL-MARITIME WARFARE. Wilmot E. Euis.

THE DECLARATION OF LONDON OF FEBRUARY 26, 1909. James Brown Scott ..... 274

THE REAL MONROE DOCTRINE. Elihu Root....

DIPLOMACY OF THE QUARTER DECK. Colby M. Chester .....

OBSERVATIONS ON THE New GERMAN LAW OF NATIONALITY. Richard W.

Flournoy, Jr.. .....

477

NOTES ON THE EXTRADITION TREATIES OF THE UNITED STATES. Charles Cheney

Hyde ........

The Pan AMERICAN ORIGIN OF THE MONROE DOCTRINE. Charles Lyon Chandler

THE DECLARATION OF LONDON OF FEBRUARY 26, 1909. Part II. James Brown

Scott ............................................................. 520

ARMED MERCHANT SHIPS. A. Pearce Higgins.........

........ 705

RESTRICTIVE CLAUSES IN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION TREATIES. Amaro

Cavalcanti . . . . . . ....

.............. 723

THE WORK OF THE JOINT INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION ON Panama Claims.

Leo

Leo S. Rowe ......

S. Rowe ........................... ........................... 738

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SAFETY OF LIFE at Sea. Everett P. Wheeler.. 758

THE ORIGIN OF THE HAGUE ARBITRAL Courts. Denys P. Myers .............. 769

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THE INTERNATIONAL RESPONSIBILITY OF STATES FOR INJURIES SUSTAINED BY

ALIENS ON ACCOUNT OF MOB VIOLENCE, INSURRECTIONS AND CIVIL WARS.

Julius Goebel, Jr....

BOARD OF EDITORS.....

..... 109, 330, 565, 853

EDITORIAL COMMENT;

The Eighth Annual Meeting of the Society......

Mr. Bacon's mission to Latin America. ............

Peace through the development of international law..

114

American unity.....

Note to the MacLeod case. .

.........................

Another sanction for international obligations......

The Fourth Annual Meeting of the American Society for Judicial Settle-

ment of International Disputes. ....

Senator Root and the Nobel peace prize................................

The award of the Nobel peace prize to Senator Henri LaFontaine.........

Mr. Bryan and the Third Hague Peace Conference........

The appointment of Mr. Robert Lansing as Counselor of the Department

of State....................................

336

Arbitration of claims relating to religious properties in Portugal...... 338

Arbitration and peace treaties ......

In memoriam .....................................

The Carnegie Church Peace Union.....

The Academy of International Law at The Hague. ...

Secretary Bryan's peace plan...........

The American-Japanese discussions relating to the land tenure law of Cali-

fornia.....

571

Mediation in Mexico ..........

579

The origin and purpose of the Platt Amendment...................... 585

The repeal of the provision of the Panama Canal Act exempting American

coastwise vessels from the payment of tolls......

592

The Eighth Annual Meeting of the Society .........

The Lake Mohonk Conference on International Arbitration. .....

The Baroness Bertha von Suttner.......

613

The war in Europe. .................

An international servitude. ......

Mexico. ................

860

The Papacy in international law..

An antecedent of Algeciras . ..............

The attempt of Turkey to abrogate the capitulations

The Bryan peace treaties. ..........

876

Germany and the neutrality of Belgium .......

Germany and international peace.

881

Caribbean policy for the United States. .....

............. 886

CHRONICLE OF INTERNATIONAL EVENTS. Kathryn Sellers....... 139, 361, 615, 890

PUBLIC DOCUMENTS RELATING TO INTERNATIONAL Law. George A. Finch

155, 375, 641, 900

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JUDICIAL DECISIONS INVOLVING QUESTIONS OF INTERNATIONAL Law:

Macleod v. The United States.'.

In re Young.......................

Judgment of the High Court of the East Africa Protectorate in the case

brought by the Masai Tribe against the Attorney General of the Protec-

torate and others. ..............

Lapina v. Williams, Commissioner of Immigration .......

American British Claims Arbitration Awards:

The Eastry ..............

650

The Frederick Gerring, Jr......

655

The Canadienne.......

655

The Lord Nelson ....

659

The Great Northwestern Telegraph Co. of Canada .......

Elizabeth Cadenhead. ......

Mackenzie v. Hare, et al. .

........ 665

Decision of Supreme Court of Cologne concerning Dutch State servitude in

e Prussia. ........................................................ 907

Award of Chief Justice of United States in boundary arbitration between

Costa Rica and Panama..

Book Reviews:

Schücking: Der Staatenverband der Haager Konferenzen....

Wehberg: Das problem eines internationalen Staatengerichtshofes.....

Vivot: La Doctrina Drago....

White: The First Hague Conference ..........

175

Nippold: Die Zweite Haager Friedenskonferenz. .........

Blakeslee: Japan and Japanese-American Relations.

Niemeyer and Strupp: Jahrbuch des Völkerrechts....

Rives: The United States and Mexico, 1821-1848.

398

Catellani: Il Canale di Panama...........

Pohl: Deutsche Prisengerichtsbarkeit .......

Hirschmann: Das internationale Prisenrecht

Westlake: Traité de droit international privé. ......

Pillet: Les Conventions internationales relatives à la compétence judiciaire et à

l'Execution des jugements .................

.......

408

Julliot: Aéronefs sanitaires et conventions de la Croix-Rouge.....

411

Zeballos: Justicia Internacional Positiva ..

Flier, et al.: Grotius International Jaarboek voor 1913.......

..... 414

Oppenheim: The Panama Canal Conflict between Great Britain and the United

States of America. .....................

Richards: The Panama Canal Controversy .......

415

Glesner: Commentaire de la Loi du 17 Juin, 1909, ayant pour objet l'Acquisi-
tion et la Perte de la Nationalite Belge .........

......... 673

Foignet: Manuel Elémentaire de Droit International Public............... 676

Government General of Chosen: Results of Three Years' Administration of

Chosen since Annexation ...............

................ 676

Hepp: Théorie Général de la Clause de la Nation la plus Favorisée en Droit

International Privé. .............................................. 681

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