2 edition of Gold fringes found in the catalog.
J.S. Pratt, Stokesley, Yorkshire--Colophon.
|Statement||Partridge & Oakey|
|Publishers||Partridge & Oakey|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 60 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
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The term is used to designate the RIGHTS under which a ship owner, who sends his vessel into a foreign port, gives notice by his flag to all who enter into contracts with the ship master that he intends the Law of that Flag Gold fringes regulate those contracts, and that they must either submit to its operation or not contract with him or his agent at all.
" Within the boundaries of the "enclave" of the foreign embassy, the flag of that foreign country establishes the jurisdiction and law of that foreign country, which will be enforced by the Law of the Flag and international treaty. Dayan, Joan 10 March 1998. They want you to come to their court so they can have jurisdiction.
Barnes, page 260 "A Gold fringes of the Regiments and Uniforms of the British Army", First Sphere Books edition 1972• For these purposes the United States flag will be rayon banner cloth, trimmed on three sides with golden fringe, 2. If it's on a ship, the ship's captain is the enforcer of the rules of the country whose flag is being flown. Why should anyone be concerned about this apparently innocent decorative feature?
The Gold fringes are appointed because the courts are military courts and civilians do not "elect" military officers. If it's in a fenced-in enclosure, such as an Embassy, that country's Ambassador and the rules of his country are in charge in that little area. The ship, its cargo, crew and passengers are subject to the laws of that country. The members of the Teikoku Kageki-dan from have epaulettes on their uniforms.
With the introduction of khaki service dress in 1902, the stopped wearing epaulettes in the field, switching to rank insignia embroidered on the cuffs of the uniform jacket. What difference does it make?
133, 49 LRA 181, 76 Am. A similar form of shoulder knot was worn by officers of the in full dress until 1914 and is retained by the today.
Look into the cases cited and see if any conviction occurs - or if any charges were even filed - against the persons whose property was seized.