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Alphabetical Index.

A.

  • Argentine Republic:
    • Arbitration of the boundary dispute between the Argentine Republic and Brazil by the President of the United States 1 3
  • Asylum, right of—
    • As regards political refugees who have taken passage on board American steamers in ports not under the jurisdiction of the country which demands their surrender 45, 615, 619, 623, 627, 637
    • In Haiti 347 348
  • Austria-Hungary:
    • Expulsion of naturalized citizens who have not performed military service. Case of Leon Spitzer 6 13

B.

  • Baltimore:
  • Blockade:
    • Conditions under which it is to be considered as effective and respected. 628 629, 635
  • Boundary dispute:
    • Between the Argentine Republic and Brazil 1 3, 17 19
  • Brazil:
    • Boundary dispute between Brazil and the Argentine Republic. Arbitration accepted by the President of the United States 17 18
    • Cable between the United States and Brazil. Landing of the connection for a, denied to a French Company by reason of the monopoly involved. 16 17

C.

  • Cable between the United States and Brazil. Landing of the connection for a, refused to a French Company by reason of the monopoly involved 16 17
  • Cannon of the privateer General Armstrong known as “Long Tom,” presented to the United States by the Government of Portugal 358 361
  • Chile:
    • Attacks on the legation by Messrs. Trumbull 54
    • Claims of United States citizens against 52, 53, 54, 65 66
    • Indemnity to the sailors of the Baltimore 52, 54, 57, 61, 62 64, 67
    • Imputations against United States Navy officers 58, 61
  • China:
    • Act of Congress forbidding the coming of Chinese to the United States 106, 118 120, 123, 134 138, 145, 147 158
    • Anti-foreign publications and placards 90, 92, 103, 105, 115, 117, 125, 146 147
    • Discrimination against foreign shipping 99
    • Emperor’s life and habits 81
    • Extradition by consuls under treaties with other powers 69, 74
    • Immigration certificates ignored at San Francisco 139
    • Insurrection in Mongolia 71 72, 76 77, 82 84, 86 87, 96, 100
    • Jurisdiction of consuls over subordinate officers charged with crime 113, 123
    • Li-kin, internal taxation 97, 100, 102
    • Missionary troubles at Chi-nan-fu 70 71, 73, 89, 118
    • Memorial of the Chinese minister at Washington to the throne on questions affecting the two countries 133
    • Molestations on Chinese by Treasury officials at Whidbey Island 138, 140
    • Outrages on Chinese at Butte City 142 143
    • Review of events in 1891 84
    • Riot at Shensi 133
    • Riots against foreigners 91, 101, 115
    • University of Peking, Christian 104
  • Chinese crew of a British vessel. Rights of British seamen claimed for 255, 257
  • Chinese employed on United States vessels; fees collected on and discharge of, in the Hawaiian Islands 342 343
  • Chinese immigration from Canada 234, 236, 297 298, 309, 316, 320, 322 324
  • Cholera in Persia. Eminent services of United States vice-consul and American missionaries for the relief of patients 341
  • Claims convention with Chile 52, 53, 54, 65 66
  • Consular jurisdiction in China, over subordinate officers of the consulate 113, 123
  • Copyright. Reciprocal, with Great Britain and Canada 220 223, 225, 227, 240, 257 266
  • Costa Rica. Treaty of amity, commerce, and consular privileges between the United States and. Notice of its termination by Costa Rica 43, 45

D.

  • Diplomatic officers. Immunities of, in the United States 521 526
  • Discovery of America: Clebration of the four hundredth anniversary of the—

E.

  • Expulsion of naturalized citizens who have not performed military service in Austria-Hungary 6 13
  • Expulsion of Jews from Russia 363, 379, 387
  • Extradition in China by consuls under treaties with other countries 69, 74

F.

  • Famine in Russia: Relief tendered by the United States 362, 364 379, 380 386, 390 391
  • Fisheries:
    • Protection of, in waters contiguous to Canada and the United States 317, 324 326
  • France:
    • Hog products readmitted 162
    • Insult to the French flag by a police officer at Jeannette, Pa 171 176
    • Protectorate established over territory belonging to Liberia 165 168, 170 171
    • Washington’s relic presented to the United States by Count d’Assailly 164 165

G.

H.

  • Haberacker, John, military service of, in Germany 199
  • Haiti:
    • Asylum not to be granted to political refugees in 347 348
  • Hawaii:
    • Chinese employed on United States vessels touching at. Fine imposed and question of discharge 342 343
    • Death of the Hawaiian minister 342, 345
  • Hog products, American:

I.

  • Immigration act of 1891:
    • Complaints of British Legation concerning hardships imposed at Boston under the 255, 257, 271, 274
  • Immigration, assisted, of British army pensioners 266, 267, 268, 271, 272, 276
  • Immigration: Chinese forbidden by act of Congress 106, 118 120, 123, 126, 134 138, 145, 147 158
  • Immunities of diplomatic officers in the United States 521 526
  • Italy:
    • Celebration of the four hundredth anniversary of the discovery of America in New York 349
    • in Genoa 351 353
    • Friendly relations between the United States and Italy 350 351
    • Statue of Columbus presented to the city of New York 354
    • The United States flag saluted at La Spezia 354

J.

L.

  • Liberia:
    • Protectorate over a part of her territory acquired by France in virtue of treaties with native kings 165 168, 229, 231, 234
  • Li-kin, internal taxation in China 97, 100, 102
  • Liquor and arm trade in the Pacific. Arrangement proposed by Great Britain for its restriction 198, 287, 320

M.

N.

  • Neutrality laws of the United States. Violation alleged by Venezuela 625, 627, 639 648
  • Nicaragua. Right of asylum by American steamer Honduras recognized by the criminal court of Rivas 45
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P.

  • Pacific Islands. Prohibition of the trade in liquor and arms proposed by Great Britain 198, 287, 320
  • Pago-Pago Harbor. Rights of the United States to 243, 246
  • Passports:
    • Persons born abroad of native citizens, but who never resided in the United States 5 6
    • Persons born abroad of parents who are subsequently naturalized 230, 233
    • Persons born in the United States taken abroad by their parents during minority, but intend to return 184, 188, 189, 191
    • Persons born in the United States, but who have had no residence there since young age and can not swear as to intention of returning 179, 226 227, 235
    • Minor, Maurice Hubbard, who is endeavoring to find a situation in the United States and will then return 168 169
    • United States citizens residing in China or extraterritorial countries, where they remain under the jurisdiction of the United States can be granted, without the requirements exacted in other countries 124
  • Patents and trade-marks:
  • Persia:
    • Cholera. Relief of patients at the American Missionary Hospital 341
    • Disturbances at Teheran arising out of the tobacco monopoly conceded to a foreigh company, which is abolished 356
    • Right of United States citizens to hold real estate in, recognized 355
  • Portugal:
    • Cannon “Long Tom” of the privateer General Armstrong, presented to the United States 358 361

R.

  • Real estate in Persia, right granted to United States citizens to own it in their own name 355
  • Russia:

S.

  • Salvador: Claim of Henry R. Myers for loss of property and personal injuries sustained in connection with the violation of the United States consulate at Salvador 20 37, 44, 49
  • Shields, Patrick, claim of, against Chile 66
  • Spain:
    • Celebration of the four hundredth anniversary of the discovery of America in 496, 499, 502, 519, 520
    • Hog products, removal of the prohibition on the importation of 491, 492 495
    • Missionary troubles at Ponape, Caroline Islands 394 489, 492, 504, 513
    • Royal family and descendants of Christopher Columbus invited to attend the opening ceremonies of the Columbian Exposition as guests of the United States 498, 500, 513, 518, 520
  • Switzerland:
    • Arrest of Dr. Georg, attaché of the legation in Washington, by police officers in Maryland 521 526

T.

V.

  • Venezuela:
  • Vessels, American. Their registry not affected by temporary foreign service 628

W.