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5 1921 Future of International Law 101 1:41
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1 1906 Ancient Law Its Connection to History of Early Society
by Maine, Henry Sumner
134,355W 537 8:57
1 Ancient Codes
1 Antiquity of Roman Law
2 Customary Law in Homer
3 Early Forms of Law " Written " & Unwritten " Law : Early Codes
2 Legal Fictions
1 English Case-Law & Fiction, Law of Nature & Equity
3 Law of Nature & Equity
1 lus Gentium "
2 Equity
4 Modern History of Law of Nature
1 Medieval & Modern Treatment of Law of Nature: Bracton: French Publicists
2 Origins of Modern Law of Nations
5 Primitive Society & Ancient Law
1 Montesquieu, Bentham
2 Historical Method
3 Patriarchal Theory
4 Status & Contract
6 Early History of Testamentary Succession
1 Testamentary Succession
7 Ancient & Modern Ideas respecting Wills & Successions
1 Primogeniture
8 Early History of Property, Note
1 Capture, Occupation, Possession,
2 Indian Village Community,
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9 Early History of Contract
1 Contract in Early Law 374
10 Early History of Delict & Crime
1 Archaic Procedure
2 1911 Marriage & Divorce Laws of World
by Hyacinthe Ringrose
89,516W 358 5:58
1 ENGLAND
2 SCOTLAND
3 IRELAND
4 FRENCH LAW
5 LAW OF ITALY
6 BELGIUM
7 SWITZERLAND
8 GERMANY
9 AUSTRIA
10 HUNGARY
11 SWEDEN
12 DENMARK
13 NORWAY
14 RUSSIAN EMPIRE
15 HOLLAND
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17 SPAIN
18 LAW OF PORTUGAL
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23 MOHAMMEDAN LAW
24 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
25 DOMINION OF CANADA
26 REPUBLIC OF MEXICO
27 ARGENTINE REPUBLIC
28 UNITED STATES OF BRAZIL
29 REPUBLIC OF CUBA
30 COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA
31 DOMINION OF NEW ZEALAND250
32 HINDU LAW
33 CHINESE EMPIRE
3 1856 Principles of Masonic Law Treatise on Constitutional Laws, Usages & Landmarks of Freemasonry by Albert G Mackey 74,864W 299 4:59
1 Law of Grand Lodges
2 Laws of Subordinate Lodges
3 Law of Individuals
4 Masonic Crimes & Punishments
4 1897 Legal Lore Curiosities of Law & Lawyers
by Various & William Andrews
60,545W 242 4:02
1 Bible Lam By S Burgess, Sanctuaries
2 Trials in Superstitious Ages
3 Feudal System
4 Manor & Manor Law
5 Ancient 10 ores
6 Laws of Forest
7 TrialbyJuri in Old Times
8 Barbarous Punishments
9 Trials of Animals
10 Devices of 16th Centura Debtors
11 Laws Relating to Gipsies
12 Commonwealth Law & Lawyers
13 Cockieleerie Law
14 Fatal Links
15 Post-Mortem Trials
16 Island Laws
17 Little Inns of Coort
18 Obiter
5 1921 Future of International Law by L (Lassa) Oppenheim 25,122W 101 1:41
1 INTRODUCTION
2 ORGANIZATION OF SOCIETY OF STATES
3 INTERNATIONAL LEGISLATION
4 INTERNATIONAL ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
5 SCIENCE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW
6 CONCLUSION 76 aims defended are not Utopian
6 1897 Path of Law
by Oliver Wendell Holmes
13,036W 52 52Min
3 1856 Principles of Masonic Law Treatise on Constitutional Laws, Usages & Landmarks of Freemasonry by Albert G Mackey 74,864W 299 4:59 M
1 Law of Grand Lodges
1 Historical Sketch
2 Mode of Organizing Grand Lodges
3 Members of Grand Lodge
4 Officers of Grand Lodge
1 Grand Master
2 Deputy Grand Master
3 Grand Wardens
4 Grand Treasurer
5 Grand Secretary
6 Grand Chaplain
7 Grand Deacons
8 Grand Marshal
9 Grand Stewards
10 Grand Sword-Bearer
11 Grand Tiler
5 Powers & Prerogatives of Grand Lodge
1 General View
2 Legislative Power of Grand Lodge
3 Judicial Power of Grand Lodge
4 Executive Power of Grand Lodge
2 Laws of Subordinate Lodges
1 Nature & Organization of Subordinate Lodges
2 Lodges under Dispensation
3 Lodges Working under Warrant of Constitution
4 Officers of Subordinate Lodge
1 Officers in General
2 Worshipful Master
3 Wardens
4 Treasurer
5 Secretary
6 Deacons
7 Stewards
8 Tiler
5 Rules of Order Section
1 Of Order of Business
2 Of Appeals from Decision of Chair
3 Of Mode of Taking Question
4 Of Adjournments
5 Appointment of Committees
6 Mode of Keeping Minutes
3 Law of Individuals
1 Qualifications of Candidates
1 Moral Qualifications of Candidates
2 Physical Qualifications of Candidates
3 Intellectual Qualifications of Candidates
4 Political Qualifications of Candidates
5 Petition of Candidates for Admission, & Action Thereon
6 Balloting for Candidates
7 Reconsideration of Ballot
8 Renewal of Applications by Rejected Candidates
9 Necessary Probation & Due Proficiency of Candidates before Advancement
10 Balloting for Candidates in each Degree
11 Number to be Initiated at one Communication
12 Finishing Candidates of one Lodge in another
13 Initiation of Non-residents
2 Rights of Entered Apprentices
3 Rights of Fellow Crafts
4 Rights of Master Masons
1 Right of Membership
2 Right of Visit
3 Examination of Visitors
4 Vouching for Brother
5 Right of Claiming Relief
6 Right of Masonic Burial
5 Rights of Past Masters

6 Affiliation

7 Demitting
8 Unaffiliated Masons
4 Masonic Crimes & Punishments
1 What Are Masonic Crimes
2 Masonic Punishments
1 Censure
2 Reprimand
3 Exclusion from Lodge
4 Definite Suspension
5 Indefinite Suspension
6 Expulsion
3 Of Masonic Trials
1 Form of Trial
2 Evidence in Masonic Trials
4 Penal Jurisdiction of Lodge

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5 1921 Future of International Law by L (Lassa) Oppenheim 25,122W 101 1:41 M
1 INTRODUCTION
1 International law in past
2 No international law in antiquity
3 How conception of family of nations arose
4 law of nature as basis of law of nations
5 Positive international law
6 International legislation initiated by Congress of Vienna
7 International Administrative Union
8 Legislation of Peace Conferences & Naval Conference of London
9 Permanent Court of Arbitration & other international courts
10 Hague Peace Conferences as permanent institution
11 Uncertainty as to fate of Declaration of London & of some of Hague Conventions
12 task of future
2 ORGANIZATION OF SOCIETY OF STATES
1 Is law of nations an anarchic law?
2 All law is order
3 family of nations is society ruled by law although it does not as yet possess special organs
4 Not necessary that family of nations should remain unorganized society
5 pacificist ideal of organization of family of nations
6 world-state is not desirable
7 world-state would not exclude war
8 War may gradually disappear without world-state
9 Importance of pacificism
10 Impossible for family of nations to organize itself on model of state
11 Impossible to draft plan for complete organization of family of nations
12 Permanent Court of Arbitration nucleus of future organization of family of nations
13 Hague Peace Conferences as organs of family of nations
14 Outlines of constitution of family of nations
15 proposed constitution leaves state-sovereignty intact
16 equality of states
17 Absence of any executive power
3 INTERNATIONAL LEGISLATION
1 Quasi-legislation within domain of international law
2 Hague Peace Conferences as an organ for international legislation
3 Difficulties in way of international legislation language question
4 opposing interests of several states
5 Contrasted methods of drafting
6 These difficulties distinct from those due to carelessness Article 23 of Hague Regulations of land war is an example
7 German & English interpretation of Article 23
8 Davis's interpretation of Article 23
9 Impossible to reconcile divergent views about Article 23
10 Difficulties due to fact that international law cannot be made by majority vote, or repealed save by unanimous vote way out found in difference between universal & general international law
11 International laws which are limited in point of time
12 International legislation no longer to be left to mere chance 33
13 Declaration of London thoroughly prepared beforehand
14 preparation of Declaration pattern for future international legislation
15 Intentionally incomplete & fragmentary laws
16 Interpretation of international statutes
17 International differences as regards interpretation
18 Different nations have different canons of interpretation
19 Controverted interpretation of Declaration of London an example
20 Some proposals for avoidance of difficulties in interpretation
4 INTERNATIONAL ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
1 Law can exist without official administration
2 Hague Court of Arbitration as permanent institution
3 proposed International Prize Court & Court of Arbitral Justice
4 Does constitution of International Prize Court violate principle of equality of states?
5 Does International Prize Court restrict sovereignty of several states?
6 Would formation of an international Prize Court of Appeal infringe sovereignty of several states?
7 powers of International Prize Court do not curtail state-sovereignty
8 Difference between international courts of arbitration & real international courts of justice
9 Fundamentals of arbitration in contradistinction to administration of justice by court
10 Opposition to real international court
11 real international court does not endanger peaceable settlement of disputes
12 Composition of an international court
13 International courts of appeal necessity
14 Are international courts valueless if states are not bound to submit their disputes to them?
15 What is to be done if state refuses to accept decision of an international court?
16 Executive power not necessary for an international court
17 Right of intervention by 3rd states & war as ultima ratio
5 SCIENCE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW
1 New tasks for science of international law
2 science of international law must become positive
3 science of international law must be impartial
4 science of international law must free itself from tyranny of phrases
5 meaning of 'Kriegsräson geht vor Kriegsmanier'
6 doctrine of Rousseau concerning war
7 science of international law must become international
8 Necessary to consult foreign literature on international law
9 Necessary to understand foreign juristic methods
6 CONCLUSION 76 aims defended are not Utopian
1 Obstacles to progress