Law: Japanese Commission

There arrived in the U. S. a Japanese Commission, established to examine the trial-by-jury system of the Occident. Among the members Were M. Minagawa, Attorney General of Japan; M. Toyomizu, Justice of the Court of Appeals of Tokio, and M. Iwamura, Councilor and Secretary to the Minister of Justice. After leaving the U. S., the Commission will proceed to Britain, France, Germany and Italy, to conduct further investigations into the application of trial-by-jury in the courts of those countries.

In the land of the Empire of the East, the Judge is the all-powerful factor in the courts. He decides the guilt of...

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