Canada and the Law of Nations: A Selection of Cases in International Law, Affecting Canada or Canadians, Decided by Canadian Courts, by Certain of the Higher Courts in the United States and Great Britain and by International Tribunals

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INDEX
Accretion, territorial jurisdiction determined by, 53-55
Action, right of, by resident alien enemies, 469-470; in benefit of resident alien enemies, 464-469; on foreign judgments, 435-439
Adams, The David J., American-British Pecuniary Claims Arbitration, 1926 ( Nielsen's Report, p. 524), 335
Adjacent high seas, territorial jurisdiction over, 118-121
Administration of territory. See Territorial administration
Admiral, The, U.S. Supreme Court, 1865, 3 Wallace 603, 535
Aeronautics in Canada, in re Regulation and Control of, Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, [ 1932] A.C.54, 9.9, 357
Agents, Governmental responsibility for acts of, 393-401; by deputation, 401
Aid to enemy by passenger vessels, 539-541; to insurgents, 530
Alienage, 158-177; of foreign corporation, 516-521
Alien enemies, resident, disabilities and capacities, 462-488; suspension of rights under Versailles Peace Treaty, 488-492; suits involving, during war, 470-475
Alien Property Custodian ( U.S.), classes of property passing to, 494-501; effect of sale by, on a Canadian trade-mark, 499-493
Alien Property Custodian ( U.S.) and Others Secretary of State of Canadav.: Exchequer Court of Canada, Supreme Court of Canada, [ 1930] Ex.C.R.75; [ 1931] S.C.R. 169, 494
Aliens, 241-242.; capacity to inherit, 257-263; definition under U.S. Immigration Act of 1924, 521-527; deportation, 251-252; disabilities and rights, 257-268; discrimination against, 269-272; disqualified from holding office, 264-265; exclusion and deportation, 269-286; immigration, 269- 275; in international law, 230-236; jurisdiction over, 238-241; resident when deemed enemies, 485-486 (see also Alien enemies); residing abroad, 459-462
Aliens, In re employment of: By reference to the Supreme Court of Canada, 1922, 63 S.C.R.293, 366
Allegiance, 158-177, 253-255, 448-450
American-British Pecuniary Claims Arbitration. See Great Britain-United States
American Revolution, effect upon citizenship of British colonists in America, 158- 177
Andler, Dukev.: Supreme Court of Canada [ 1932] S.C.R.734, 435
Anglo-American Telegraph Co., Direct United States Cable Co.v.: Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, 1877, 2 App. Cas. 394, 88
Anne Johanne, The, Court of Vice-Admiralty at Quebec, 2 Stuart's Reports (Que.) 43, 439
Armed neutral ship, 548-551
Arrest for another offense while on bail under extraditable offense, 321-324
Arrow River and Tributaries Slide and Boom Co., Ltd.v. Pigeon Timber Co., Ltd., Supreme Court of Ontario, [ 1931] D.L.R. 260; Supreme Court of Canada, [ 1932] S.C.R.495, 345, 383
Art objects of resident alien enemies exempt from capture, 501-502.
Ashburton-Webster Treaty. See Great Britain-United States
Asylum comes from treaty and does not inhere in individual, 324-327
Atalaya, The, Court of Vice-Admiralty at Quebec, 1880, Cook's Lower Canada Admiralty Court Cases, 1873-1884, p. 215, 530
Attorney General for British Columbia and the Minister of Lands v. Brooks-Bidlake & Whittall, Ltd.: Supreme Court of Canada, 1922, 63 S.C.R.466, 265
Attorney General for British Columbia, Yew v.: Court of Appeal, British Columbia, [ 1924] 1 D.L.R.1166, 428
Attorney General for Canadav. Cain: Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, [ 1906] A.C.542, 283
Attorney General for Canadav. Gilhula; Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, [ 1906] A.C.542, 283
Baird, Walkerv.: Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, [ 1892,] A.C.491, 373
Baumfelder v. Secretary of State of Canada Exchequer Court of Canada, [ 1927] Ex. C R.86, 251, 450

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Introduction vii
  • Editors' Preface xi
  • Table of Contents xvii
  • List of Abbreviations xxvii
  • A. Canada, an International Entity 1
  • B. Jurisdiction Over Territory 30
  • C. Status of Indians 180
  • D. Individuals in International Law 221
  • E. International Rights and Duties 335
  • F. Private International Law 402
  • G. War and Its Effects 441
  • Index 555
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