une fois acquis, que quelques autres jugements fournissent des Sj&Z ^ k ^ SUiVant de ^ Flamenco and Orduna (193), saisie d'une cargaison de cuivre appartenant en propriété a un sujet allemand, Hochschüd, qui avait fait le commerce a Coquimbo au Ouli. mais avait quitté ce pays peu de temps après 1'ouverture des hostüités.
Was H. an enemy owing aüegiance to Germany in his original char acter of a German subject ? Or was he, though a Gmnansffaï"
resid orrv'onhf "th°Ugh a German subiect- he does not
proper test^f hp hST ™ *?* C0Untry/' That does not »PI*y the proper test If he had given up his trade domicüe in Coquimbo it matters not to what country he betook himself. If he hadgonete the Umted States of America, or to Switzerland (as was suggested! C IÏh
or Patriotic duty, returned to his native State.. . Upon jreneral nrin
™^\iT*ïze takrthe ft*that the ^^itSy
reverts and it requires fewer circumstances in war time to <5h™ l
aüT nSv°ef l^J^^ » - T °f a In his classical judgment in The Indian Chief \1800] Lord Stowell
n FnTT the4national ^acter bf Mr. Johnson, who had oeeJÏttild m Eng and as American Consul, said : „Taking it to be clearS the ïïc "^^ ^ 3- !f aBritish—chalt wasfourXd nresa SSL 1 . WaS ac<Pured by résidence, and rested on that drcumstance alone, it must be held that from the moment he tmns nis baTon
America? Th^g °SPfaI CharaCter and is to h* ^red as*ui itïïn^Int? I6' that 15 gained byresidence ceases byresidencT m^SSh^!^ Which n°l0nger adheres to ^ ^ tS ïrSL^Sf. " m m°tl0n b0nU Hde t0 the —try,
baÏupoÏcnïtTh1 fC°nd+Ude ^ befOTe the seizure heturned his aSl^r , facV°Wards Germany• that he abandoned his Si fSKT a°d d°micÜe at Coquimbo, and revest-
addlS H^haH if' fr^nal native garb as a German subject. I may
2»S£ any return ^dS^ST* ?* " t0 * ^
wonlH ™+„ ? • mmg the war t0 resumé his business in Chüe
Voir aussi le cas suivant d'expulsion de ressortissants ennemis du pays ou üs residaient [comp. sous (2)] :