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" Power selects four persons at the most, of known competency in questions of international law, of the highest moral reputation, and disposed to accept the duties of Arbitrator. "
Report of the First[-thirty-first] Annual Meeting of the Virginia State Bar ... - Page 255
by Virginia State Bar Association - 1911
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The Forum, Volume 31

Lorettus Sutton Metcalf, Walter Hines Page, Joseph Mayer Rice, Frederic Taber Cooper, Arthur Hooley, George Henry Payne, Henry Goddard Leach - History - 1900 - 778 pages
...The judges selected are to be of "recognized competence in questions of International Law, enjoying the highest moral reputation, and disposed to accept the duties of arbitrators." The appointments already made show that the Powers interested understand how to keep up to the high requisition....
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Transactions, Volume 16

Maryland State Bar Association - 1911 - 340 pages
...the selection by each signatory power of four persons, at the most, of known competency in matters of international law, of the highest moral reputation and disposed to accept the duties, the persons so named to fill the office for a term of six years. In the event of no other agreement...
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The Peace Conference at The Hague: And Its Bearings on International Law and ...

Frederick William Holls - Arbitration (International law) - 1900 - 610 pages
...select not more than four persons, of recognized competence in questions of international law, enjoying the highest moral reputation, and disposed to accept the duties of arbitrators. The persons thus selected shall be enrolled as members of the Court, upon a list which shall be communicated...
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International Law

George Grafton Wilson, George Fox Tucker - International law - 1901 - 534 pages
...23. Within the three months following its ratification of the present Act, each Signatory Power shall select four persons at the most, of known competency...disposed to accept the duties of Arbitrators. The persons thus selected shall be inscribed, as members of the Court, in a list which shall be notified...
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Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States

United States. Department of State - United States - 1901 - 928 pages
...following its ratification of the present Act, each Signatory Power shall select four persons at the 7nost. of known competency in questions of international...disposed to accept the duties of Arbitrators. The persons thus selected shall be inscribed, as members of the Court, in a list which shall be notified...
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United States Vs. Mexico in the Matter of the Case of the Pious Fund of the ...

United States - Baja California (Mexico : Peninsula) - 1902 - 1082 pages
...XXIII. Within the three months following its ratification of the present Act, each Signatory Power shall select four persons at the most, of known competency...disposed to accept the duties of Arbitrators. The persons thus selected shall be inscribed, as members of the Court, in a list which shall be notified...
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United States Vs. Mexico: Report of Jackson H. Ralston, Agent of the United ...

Baja California (Mexico : Peninsula) - 1902 - 904 pages
...of the present Act, each Signatory Power shall select four persons at the most, of known competenc\* in questions of international law, of the highest...disposed to accept the duties of Arbitrators. The persons thus selected shall be inscribed, as members of the Court, in a list which shall be notified...
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Old South Leaflets, Volume 5

United States - 1902 - 510 pages
...select not more than four persons, of recognized competence in questions of international law, enjoying the highest moral reputation, and disposed to accept the duties of arbitrators. The persons thus selected shall be enrolled as members of the Court, upon a list which shall be communicated...
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Old South Leaflets: General series

United States - 1902 - 512 pages
...select not more than four persons, of recognized competence in questions of international law, enjoying the highest moral reputation, and disposed to accept the duties of arbitrators. The persons thus selected shall be enrolled as members of the Court, upon a list which shall be communicated...
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The History and Government of the United States, Volume 3

Jacob Harris Patton, John Lord - United States - 1903 - 558 pages
...office for the court. Each power is to appoint, for a term of six years, not more than four persons "of known competency in questions of international...and disposed to accept the duties of arbitrators," who shall be members of the court. For any case that comes before the court, arbitrators are to be...
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