According to the Hague Peace Convention of 1907, §13 Art. 3, whenever a belligerent power captures a prize ship in the territorial waters of a neutral power, the belligerent power must surrender the prize ship to the neutral power, and the neutral power must then intern the crew of the prize ship.
Has this provision of the Hague Convention ever been duly followed since its adoption in 1907? That is, has a belligerent power ever surrendered a prize ship to a neutral power? Is there any comprehensive list of such actions, or at least a few notable examples?
If no such surrender has happened in history, has this term of the Hague Convention ever been litigated? That is, has any belligerent power been prosecuted under the terms of the Hague Convention for refusing or neglecting to surrender a prize ship to a neutral country?