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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1913 edition. Excerpt: ... vii. appendix. opinion given by C. cushing. vol. 6, opinions of attorneys-general, Page 148. surrender of deserting seamen. The statute provision for the surrender of deserting seamen, applies only to the seamen of governments with which a treaty exists to that effect. There is no express provision to that effect in existing treaties between the United States and Denmark. In the construction of treaties, the general doctrine is, that any special advantage conceded by a party under one article of the compact is in consideration of all the advantages enjoyed by the same party under that and all the other articles. Engagements of extradition, whether of fugitives from justice, or from service, stand in each case on particular stipulations of treaty, and are not to be inferred from the " favored nation" clause in treaties. Attorney-General's Office. October 14, 1853. Sir: I have considered the question presented by the communication of Mr. Bille, Charge d'Affaires of Denmark, of the 26th of August, referred by you to me, and submit herewith my conclusions thereon. On occasion of the arrest in New York of a deserter from the Danish ship " Saga," and the discharge of the alleged deserter by the authorities there on the assumption that there is no lawful authority for such arrest, Mr. Bille appeals to the government of the United States for its decision and action in the premises. An act of Congress, enacted March 2, 1829, entitled, "An Act to Provide for the Apprenhension and Delivery of Deserters from Certain Foreign Vessels in the Ports of the United States," (iv Stat, at Large, p. 359,
  • ISBN13: 9781230225777
  • Publisher: Theclassics.Us
  • Pubilcation Year: 2013
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 00088
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LanguageEnglish
FormatPaperback
Dimensions7.4 x 0.2 x 9.7 inches
Publication Date20130912

Consular Treaty Rights and Comments on the Most Favored Nation Clause

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