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13 p. JUDICIAL DECISIONS INVOLVING QUESTIONS OF

INTERNATIONAL LAW

AMERICAN AND BRITISH CLAIMS ARBITRATION TRIBUNAL1

(Arbitrators: HENRI FROMAGEOT, SIR CHARLES FITZPATRICK, CHANDLER

P. ANDERSON

IN THE MATTER OF THE FAVOURITE

CLAIM No. 12

Decision rendered December 9, 1921

This is a claim for $19,443.28 together with interest from November 30, 1894, presented by His Britannic Majesty's Government on behalf of Laughlin McLean, for damages arising out of the seizure of the British sealing schooner Favourite by the United States Revenue Cutter Mohican on August 24, 1894, and her subsequent detention,

The Favourite was a British schooper registered at the Port of Victoria, and her owner was Laughlin McLean, a British subject and master mariner. In 1894, R. P. Rithets and Company, Limited Liability, a body incorporated under the laws of British Columbia, and managers of the said schooner, fitted the vessel out for a sealing voyage.

After procuring a special sealing license, the vessel, manned by Laughlin McLean as master, and a crew of eight men, sailed from Victoria on June 18, 1894. When the vessel sailed from Victoria, she had on board no firearms except one double-barrel shotgun, the barrels of which had been cut off to about eleven inches. The presence of this gun was noted on the ship's manifest. The vessel proceeded to Kyuquot on Vancouver Island, where a crew of forty-five Indian hunters was procured.

After the sealing implements on board had been sealed by Her Majesty's Customs Officers and entry made in her log book, the vessel set sail for Behring Sea on July 4, 1894; entered that sea on August 1st; and after breaking the seals on the implements commenced sealing and continued sealing until August 24, 1894. On that date when in longitude 168.30, latitude 54.27, the vessel was boarded and searched by an officer of the United States Revenue Cutter Mohican, who made the following entry in the ship's log:

Boarded the 'Favourite. Found log correctly kept. No violations of regulations, as per log; one shotgun unsealed.

1 Previous decisions of this Tribunal are printed in this Journal, Vol. 13, pp. 875, 890; Vol. 14, pp. 650-66; Vol. 15, pp. 292-304; Vol. 16, pp. 106-116.

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