159 Celtic Designs by Amy Lusebrink

By Amy Lusebrink

Over one hundred fifty motifs reflecting the crowd pleasing intricacies of Celtic layout, perfect to be used in pics layouts, needlework designs, and different paintings and craft tasks. frequently incorporating sinuous interlacements of animal, floral, and summary motifs, the designs were in actual fact and boldly attracted to give you the clearest attainable picture for copy.

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R. 1950, Case 42. 1 2 GOVERNMENT SHIPS AND THEIR STATUS 35 could not be ordered against such a ship, no maritime lien could attach to her. " However, the fact that the crew of the ship were Norwegians and not under military command, and that the ship flew the Norwegian flag and carried Norwegian ship's papers did not deprive the ship of its immunity. " 1 Sweden has ratified the Brussels Convention of I926 2 and has given effect to its provisions by enacting the law of I7th June, I938, which authorizes the Swedish courts to assume jurisdiction over merchant ships owned or operated by foreign states in respect of certain claims.

II, p. 465. 3 Reported in The Times (London), July S, 1961, p. 6. 4 A/S l1'ania undM Public Administration v. A/S Franmaes Mek. S. R. 1950, p. r. 5 Fredrikstad Havnevessen v. A/S Berlelsens Mek. R. 1950, Case 42. 1 2 GOVERNMENT SHIPS AND THEIR STATUS 35 could not be ordered against such a ship, no maritime lien could attach to her. " However, the fact that the crew of the ship were Norwegians and not under military command, and that the ship flew the Norwegian flag and carried Norwegian ship's papers did not deprive the ship of its immunity.

In this argument, it is possible that one may detect a petitio principii. When is a sovereign not a sovereign; when does a state act as a public person and when does it act as a private person; when is a government ship destined to public use and when is it not? These are the very questions to be answered. " 4 Moreover, it is not at all certain whether a state ever acts as a private person. '} What appears to one court as an act fure gestionis is likely to be regarded by another court as a clear example of an act fure imperii.

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