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§ 59.

104

Par contre :

Deike Rickmers (1025):

Und r the latter part of the fourth ground it is contended that German ships lying in American ports, though taken into custody by the United States Government, were never confiscated [comp. toutefois S 348], and that the German ships taken into custody by the British Government were held by the Privy CouncU in Engknd, as a court of appeal not to have been captured [comp. §371]; The answer to this is that no country is bound by the policy or judicial décision of another country."

France.

Dada, n°. 3 (157): renvoi aux instructions et règlements allemand, austro-hongrois, russe et italien et a des décisions des tribunaux 'de prises italiens, anglais et américains, ayant rapport au transfert de pavillon [voir § 228].

Tinos, Bogados, etc. (878): citation de jugements japomus (1904 et 1905) relatifs a des captures en eaux neutres, ü est vrai, mais transformées en théatre de la guerre [voir § 158].

Grande-Bretagne.

Berlin (9): citation de sentences américaines et japonaises concernant 1'exemption de capture pour les bateaux de pêche cötière

[voir § 386]. .

Marie Glaeser (4) : appel a des décisions amencames, francaises et japonaises relatives aux droits de gage, etc. neutres, étabhs sur des navires ennemis capturés [voir § 209].

Comp. aussi Odessa and Woolston (206).

Roumanian (24) : renvoi a des décisions américaines et japonaises se rapportant a des saisies opérées sur terre [voir § 144]-

Ophelia (m) j appel a la jurisprudence américaine en matière de „spoliation of documents" [voir § 691].

Zamora (132) : invocation de sentences américaines relatives a la vente de marchandises saisies, opérée pendant la procédure [voir § 65]:

As it was contended that to give effect to Order XXIX by aUowmg the State to requisition would be to act in violation of the law of nations, it would appear to me more useful for the purpose of mducing conViction to extract instances from the practice of other countries.

Accordinely I wUl refer to some cases from the United btates 01 America, the courts of which, next possibly to our own, have done

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