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IN CANADA,—The application for a passport is to the Secretary of State, Ottawa. The form issued in the ordinary case of a British subject by birth, is as follows :
If the applicant be a British subject by naturalization, the qualification before mentioned will be inserted so as to make it conform to the certificate granted upon naturalization. (See pp. 89, 120, ante).
* In the United States the application is made to the Secretary of State, and the form is similar to the foregoing.–See Hill's Manual of Forms. Pub. Chicago, 1883.
Page 48-50, add to note (a) :-A will made according to the forms of English law by an alien who, though her domicile of origin was English, was domiciled abroad at the time of making her will and of her death, is not entitled to probate in England. In determining what is the valid will of an alien, the general principles of law prior to the passing of the Naturalization Act, 1870, (Imp.), are still applicable: Bloxam v. Faure, L. R. 8 P. D. 101. An alien infant, never having been resident or domiciled in England, although interested in a fund in Court, will not necessarily be treated as a ward of Chancery ; the jurisdiction of that Court being founded, not so much upon the fact that the Court has property of the infant to administer, as upon the parental relation in which the Court stands towards an infant British subject ar ng out of the title of a British subject to the protection of the Crown as parens patriæ : Brown v. Collins, L. R. 25 Ch. D. 56, and see Hope v. Hope, 4 D. M. & G. 328.
Page 95 note, line 27, add to cases in ( ), Cooke Wilby, L. R. 25 Ch.
5. C. Certificate of Naturalization; ordinary case of alien becom-
aliens who had settled abode in certain Provinces
of United States under provisions of convention of May
by a person born within British
by the law thereof
See Subject, Citizen
Status of Aliens in....
Ceasing to be a British subject within
Of persons administering oaths of residence and allegiance, 60, 61-2
To be read in open Court.