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Section I : Martial law -- Military jurisdiction -- Military necessity -- Retaliation - Art. 23.
    Art. 23. Private citizens are no longer murdered, enslaved, or carried off to distant parts, and the inoffensive individual is as little disturbed in his private relations as the commander of the hostile troops can afford to grant in the overruling demands of a vigorous war.


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