Jurisdiction in Marginal Seas: With Special Reference to Smuggling

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Aberdeen, Collector at, to Board of Customs, 16, 49.
Act to Consolidate the English Customs Laws ( 1876), 150.
Act, Tariff, of 1913, 224. Tariff, of 1922, 224, 322, 349, 360, 364, 366.
Broadening Jurisdiction for Four Leagues, 228.
Court Decisions under, 234.
Demand of Manifest within Four Leagues, 228.
Introduction of Merchandise by Fraudulent Practice, 232.
Unlading within Four Leagues, 231.
Act, National Prohibition, 207, 208, 217, 218, 236, 250, 334, 360, 363, 366, 368, 369.
Act, South African, 172.
Africa, Union of South, Legislation by, 172.
Air Force (Application of Enforcement) Order, 1918, 156.
Air Navigation (Consolidation) Order, 1923, 158.
Amendment, Eighteenth, to Constitution of United States, 208.
America, British Possessions in, Legislation for, 164.
American Prohibition Law, 207. See "Act, National Prohibition."
American and British Claims Arbitration Tribunal, 270, 280, 282.
See, also, "Arbitration."
American Colonies, Extent of Smuggling in, 175. See, also, "Smuggling."
American Vessels, Seizure of on the High Seas, 247. See, also, "Seizures."
Anker, meaning of term, 24.
Annual Reports of Attorney General of United States. See "Attorney General of the United States."
Annual Reports of Chief of Revenue Marine Bureau. See "Revenue Marine Bureau."
Annual Reports of Coast Guard. See "Coast Guard, Annual Reports of."
Annual Reports of the Revenue Cutter Service. See "Revenue Cutter Service, Annual Reports of."
Arbitration, American and British Claims, 270, 273, 280, 282.
Behring Sea, 272. in Coquitlam Case, 270.
Contentions of the Governments, 280.
Diplomatic Correspondence, 273.
The Award, 282.
Arbitration, Provision for in Rum Treaties, 349.
Argentine, Law of Territorial Sea and Customs Supervision, 399.
Armada, "Scotch," 358. See, also, "Rum Fleet"; "Rum Row."
Arrests, on Foreign Vessels on the High Seas, Cases of, 112. See "Seizures."
Attorney General of United States, Reports of
for 1922, 208

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