Commerce between citizens of the United States and citizens or subjects of foreign governments; commerce which, either immediately or at some stage of its progress, is extraterritorial. U. S. v. Hollidav, 3 Wall. 409, 18 L. Ed. 182; Veazie v. Moor, 14 How. 573. 14 L. Ed. 545; Lord v. Steamship Co., 102 U. S. 544. 20 L. Ed. 224. The same as “foreign commerce.” which see infra.
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