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SITUATION V-Continued.

Page.

Notes-Continued.

Restriction on movements of vessels with prize----- 76

Regulations as to destruction of seized vessels---

77

British cases and opinions_--

80

The Knight Commander case-

84

(a) Attitude of the United States.---

84

(6) Decision of Vladivostok prize court---- 85

(c) Appeal from the Vladivostok decision---- 87

(d) Decision on the appeal.---

87

(e) Review of the case.

88

(f) Professor Woolsey's opinion.---

89

(9) Later Russian regulations..

91

Case of the Kow-Shing-

Professor Holland's Opinion ---

92

United States opinion as to court and prize----

93

Opinions of writers on destruction of prize--

94

Rules of the Institute of International Law-

Usual procedure -----

100

Practical objections to destruction..

101

Opinion of the British Commission.--

102

Treaty provisions in regard to contraband cargo---- 104

Résumé.

106

Conclusion.-

108

SITUATION VI.–Violation of blockade, carriage of contra-

band, collier service.

Solution

109

Notes ---

Reasons for Situation VI-------

110

Provision of the Declaration of Paris, 1856.

110

Position of the United States.-

111

(a) Instructions to blockading vessels and cruis-

ers ---

111

(6) Blockade

112

(c) Notifications to neutrals.--

112

Opinion of Paradier-Fodéré.-

114

Conclusion as to the blockade.

114

Contraband trade ----

115

Vladivostok court on the Allanton---

115

(a) Opinions of the case

118

(6) Decision of St. Petersburg court on appeal.- 119

Opinion of United States court on carriage of contra-

band

121

Conclusion as to liability for carriage of contraband_ 122

Liability of neutral vessel for service as collier ---- 122

Conclusion as to treatment of enemy collier serving

enemy fleet ---

125

Conclusion.--

125

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