SYNOPSIS OF PARAGRAPHS
|PART I. PRESENT PRACTICE OF EXTRATERRITORIALITY
|I. BRIEF HISTORICAL OUTLINE1|
|III. FOREIGN COURTS8|
|(1) In general8|
|(4) Laws applied14|
|(5) Prison facilities15|
|(6) General memoranda on foreign courts16|
|IV. CHINESE COURTS17|
|(1) In general17|
|(2) Jurisdiction and procedure19|
|(4) Laws applied33|
|(5) Prison facilities34|
|(1) Limitations upon China's jurisdictional freedom36|
|(2) Multiplicity of courts and diversity of laws37|
|(3) Inaccessibility of the courts38|
|(4) Competence and training of the personnel of the foreign courts39|
|(5) Procedure in appeals40|
|(6) Immunity of foreigners from the operation of Chinese regulations41|
|(7) Conflict of laws relating to the nationality of persons of Chinese
|(8) Irregular protection of Chinese43|
|(9) Absence of extradition arrangements45|
|(10) Inviolability of foreign premises46|
|(11) Restriction upon travel, trade, and residence47|
|(12) Mutual assistance between courts48|
|(14) Number of foreigners and foreign firms in China50|
|PART II. LAWS AND JUDICIAL SYSTEM OF CHINA|
|I. WORK OF CODIFICATION51|
|II. THE CONSTITUTION53|
|(1) The Provisional Constitution54|
|(2) The Constitutional Compact55|
|(3) The Constitution of 192356|
|(4) The status of the constitutions since October 192457|
|(5) The constitutions in their relation to Chinese law58|
|III. THE LAWS59|
|(1) Laws and regulations relating to criminal matters59|
|(i) The provisional criminal code59|
|(ii) The police offenses law60|
|(iii) The law relating to morphia62|
|(iv) The law governing military criminal cases and the
law governing naval criminal cases63|
|(v) The law relating to the suppression of robbery, insurgency, and brigandage64|
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Book title: Report of the Commission on Extraterritoriality in China, Peking, September 16, 1926.
Contributors: Commission on Extraterritoriality in China - OrganizationName.
Publisher: Govt. Print. Off..
Place of publication: Washington, DC.
Publication year: 1926.
Page number: xi.
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