Learn about the beta

Index

A.

  • Abel, Max: military-service case in Germany 516
  • Africa:
    • courtesies extended to an officer of the United States Army by British forces in 631
    • exercise of good offices of United States consul on behalf of British prisoners of Boers in 619
    • regulation of the importation of spirituous liquors into certain regions of 34, 778
    • seizure by British authorities of merchandise of American shippers off east coast of, and restitution made on account thereof 529
    • “Albatross,” U.S.F.C.S.; courtesies to, by British deputy commissioner and vice-consul at Suva Harbor, Fiji Islands 629
  • Aliens:
    • in Prussia; marriage between; requirement of certificate that no impediment exists 521
    • jurisdiction over, waived by Haitian courts 706
    • woman, who married an American citizen and brought her children to the United States; citizenship of children 526
  • Alleged discrimination in the United States against Japanese in the matter of quarantine against bubonic plague 737
  • Alsace-Lorraine; extradition between the United States and, is not regulated by treaty 520
  • American interests, protection in Korea (Seoul Electric Railroad) 771
  • Andersen, Jens Cornelius; military-service case in Germany 514
  • Application for passport:
    • of A. M. Tracey Woodward, born abroad of American parents and still residing without the United States 758
    • of Bernard Ehlers, a citizen of the Hawaiian Islands 520
  • Appropriation of $30,000 by Mexican Congress for relief of sufferers from Galveston disaster 784
  • Arbitration:
    • Claims—
      • American sealing and whaling vessels v. Russia 850
      • American sealing and whaling vessels v. Russia; selection of Mr. Asser, member of council of state of the Netherlands, to act as arbitrator 798
      • May, Robert H., v. Guatemala 648
      • Orr and Laubenheimer v. Nicaragua 824
      • Post-Glover Electric Company v. Nicaragua 824
    • Samoan—
      • acceptance by King of Sweden and Norway of joint invitation to act as arbitrator 896
      • admission of claims of French (and other) citizens 473, 522, 625
    • Delagoa Bay Railway—
      • award of court designated by the Swiss Federal Council 903
      • payment by Portugal of amount awarded by arbitrator 845
    • Permanent court of, provided for by the convention signed at The Hague July 29, 1899; organization of 790
  • Argentine Republic:
    • courtesies to U. S. S. “Chicago” at Buenos Ayres 7
    • interference with official duties of foreign representatives in matters of quarantine and bills of health 1
    • message of the President of the Argentine Republic, part relating to foreign relations 8
    • visit of Argentine school ship “Presidente Sarmiento” to the United States 10
  • Arrest of cavass of the United States consulate at Smyrna, Turkey 920
  • Assassination of King Humbert of Italy 734
  • Asser, Mr., member of council of state of the Netherlands; selection of to act as arbitrator in the matter of claims of American sealing vessels v. Russia 798
  • Assistance rendered by French cruiser “Protet” in extinguishing a fire in San Francisco Harbor 478
  • Attack on the wife of United States consul at La Guaira, Venezuela 943
  • Austria-Hungary:
    • effect of naturalization of a husband or father on wife or minor children 12
    • expulsion of Gustav Wolf Louis Fischer 16
    • military-service case of Franz Rath 29
    • negotiations for restoration of order in China 299
    • offer and acceptance of use of hospital ship “Maine” for wounded Austrian soldiers 31
  • Award by British Government to Mrs. George F. Labram in recognition of her husband’s services during the siege of Kimberly 623

B.

  • Bayer, Hieronimus; military service case in Germany 517
  • Belgium:
    • expulsion of Paul Edwards on the ground that he was practicing the art of healing contrary to the laws of Belgium 45
    • negotiations for restoration of order in China 308
    • regulation of the importation of spirituous liquors into certain regions of Africa 34
  • Bernsmann, Heinrich; military service case in Germany 519
  • Bills of health and quarantine; interference, in Argentine Republic, with official duties of foreign representatives in matters of 1
  • Bluefields; customs duties collected by insurgents while in temporary possession of, and return of same to American merchants 803
  • Bodri, Christian; military service case in Germany 519
  • Bodry, Christian; military service case in Germany 519
  • Bordeaux, violation of dwelling of United States consul at 429
  • Brazil:
    • law, and repeal of same, prohibiting the importation into Brazil of merchandise bearing Portuguese labels 54
    • visit of South Atlantic Squadron to 65
  • British prisoners of Boers in South Africa; exercise of good offices of United States consul in behalf of 619
  • Brück, Adolph; military service case in Germany 519
  • Bubonic plague; alleged discrimination in United States against Japanese, in matter of quarantine against 737
  • Buenos Aires, courtesies to U. S. S. “Chicago” at 7
  • Burger, Julius; military service case in Germany 514

C.

  • Cavass of the United States consulate at Smyrna. Turkey; arrest of 920
  • Certificate that no impediment exists to marriage between aliens in Prussia; requirement of 521
  • Cession to the United States, by Spain, of any and all islands of the Philippine Archipelago lying outside of the lines described in Article III of the treaty of peace of December 10, 1898 887
  • “Chicago,” U. S. S.:
    • courtesies to, at Buenos Aires 7
    • rescue of French steamship “La Bretange” by 476
  • Children of an alien woman who married an American citizen and brought them to the United States; citizenship of 526
  • Chile:
    • Chilean claims convention 71
    • claim of Patrick Shields 66
    • condolences on Galveston disaster 76
    • visit of the U. S. S. “Hartford” to Valparaiso 75
  • China:
    • condolences on Galveston disaster. 403
    • consular jurisdiction at Chinese ports leased to foreign powers 382
    • exclusion laws, extension to Philippine Islands 402
    • letters from Emperor of, and President’s replies 293
    • negotiations for the restoration of order 285
    • negotiations of the powers for the restoration of order 299
    • negotiations with China for settlement and reparation 197
    • passports of missionaries 390
    • protection of Chinese employees of American citizens 394
    • punishment of guilty Chinese officials 296
    • siege and relief of legations at Pekin 155
    • siege of Tientsin 268
    • uprising against foreigners 77, 248, 273
  • Chinese:
    • employees of American citizens; protection of 394
    • officials, punishment of guilty 296
    • ports leased to foreign powers; consular jurisdiction at 382
  • Citizenship:
    • of a woman born in Cuba and residing in Venezuela 954
    • of children of an alien woman, who married an American citizen and brought them to the United States 526
  • Claims:
    • American sealing and whaling vessels v. Russia; arbitration 850
    • American sealing and whaling vessels v. Russia; selection of Mr. Asser, member of the council of state of the Netherlands, to act as arbitrator 798
    • Convention, Chilean 71
    • Indemnity: United States citizens v. Turkey; negotiations for settlement of 906
    • La Abra Silver Mining Company v. Mexico; return to the Government of Mexico of the amount awarded to the company 781
    • May, Robert H., v. Guatemala 648
    • Orr & Laubenheimer v. Nicaragua 824
    • Pears, Frank; on account of murder of, in Honduras 674
    • Post-Glover Electric Company v. Nicaragua 824
    • Samoan—
      • acceptance by the King of Sweden and Norway of joint invitation to act as arbitrator 896
      • admission of claims of French (and other) citizens to arbitration 473, 522, 625
    • Shields, Patrick, v. Chile 66
    • Weil, Benjamin, v. Mexico; return to the Government of Mexico of amount awarded to Weil 783
  • Coin, Lafayette memorial:
    • presentation to the French mint 470
    • presentation to the President of France 468
  • Colombia:
    • recognition of new Government 406
    • request of Columbian Government that vessels of insurgents be treated as pirates 404
  • Condolences:
    • assassination of King Humbert of Italy 734
    • Galveston disaster—
    • loss of German training ship “Gneisenau” at Malaga 528
    • mine explosion in Utah; of France 481
  • Consular immunities:
    • arrest of cavass of the United States consulate at Smyrna, Turkey 920
    • attack on the wife of United States consul at La Guaira, Venezuela 943
    • judicial summons; in connection with 703
    • violation of dwelling (at Arcachon) of consul at Bordeaux by French officials 429
  • Consular jurisdiction at Chinese ports leased to foreign powers 382
  • Conventions (see under Treaties).
  • Courtesies:
    • extended to an officer of the United States Army by British forces in South Africa 631
    • of British naval officers on occasion of an explosion aboard the U. S. S. “Wheeling” at Hongkong 630
    • of French officials at funeral of a landsman belonging to the U. S. S. “Hartford” 480
    • of Japanese officials in allowing landing of United States troops 757
    • shown by Uruguayan officials at funeral of Lieut. Commander F. E. Greene, U. S. N 941
    • to U. S. F. C. S. “Albatross” by British deputy commissioner and vice-consul at Suva Harbor, Fiji Islands 629
    • to U. S. S. “Chicago” at Buenos Ayres 7
    • to U. S. S. “Dixie” by Italian officials 732
  • Courts, Haitian: jurisdiction over aliens waived by 706
  • Court of arbitration; permanent, provided for by the convention signed at The Hague, July 29, 1899; organization of 790
  • Cuba:
    • citizenship of a woman born in, and residing in Venezuela 954
    • passports issued by military authorities to citizens of 891
  • Customs duties collected by insurgents while in temporary possession of Bluefields, and return of same to American merchants 803

D.

  • Dalesch, August; military-service case in Germany 514
  • Delagoa Bay Railway:
    • arbitration in the matter of—
      • award of court designated by Swiss Federal Council 903
      • payment by Portugal of amount awarded by arbitrator 845
  • Denmark:
    • expulsion of Mormon missionaries 413
    • military-service case of Frederick Albert Sunclberg 423
  • Dietmann, Herman F.; military-service case in Germany 512
  • Discrimination, alleged, in United States against Japanese, in the matter of quarantine against bubonic plague 737
  • “Dixie,” U. S. S.; courtesies of Italian officials to 732
  • Dominican Republic; recognition of new government 425
  • Duties, customs, collected by insurgents while in temporary possession of Bluefields and return of same to American merchants 803

E.

  • Economopoulos, Louis; military-service case in Greece; right of expatriation not recognized by constitution of Greece 634
  • Edwards, Paul; expulsion from Belgium on the ground that he was practicing the art of healing contrary to the laws of Belgium 45
  • Effect of naturalization of a husband or father on wife or minor children 12
  • Ehlers, Bernard, a citizen of the Hawaiian Islands: application for passport 520
  • Emperor and Empress of Japan: expressions of sympathy for sick and wounded United States soldiers and sailors in marine hospital at Yokohama 767
  • Emperor of China, letters from, and President’s replies 293
  • Employees, Chinese, of American citizens; protection of 394
  • Enoch, Philip; military-service case in Germany 516
  • Esser, Anton; military-service case in Germany 517
  • Exclusion laws, Chinese—extension to Philippine Islands 402
  • Expatriation; right of, not recognized by constitution of Greece; military service case of Louis Economopoulos 634
  • Explosion:
    • aboard the U. S. S. “Wheeling” at Hongkong; courtesies of British naval officers on occasion of 630
    • mine, in Utah; condolences of France 481
  • Expressions of sympathy by Emperor and Empress of Japan for sick and wounded United States soldiers and sailors in marine hospital at Yokohama 767
  • Extension, for an indefinite period, of the treaty (Water Boundary Convention) of March 1, 1899, between the United States and Mexico 786
  • Extradition:
    • between Alsace-Lorraine and the United States is not regulated by treaty 520
    • treaty with Peru 836
  • Expulsion:
    • of Edwards, Paul; from Belgium on the ground that he was practicing the art of healing contrary to the laws of Belgium 45
    • of Fischer, Gustav Wolf Louis; from Austria-Hungary 16
    • of Mormon missionaries from Denmark 413

F.

  • Fiji Islands, Suva harbor; courtesies to U. S. F. C. S. “Albatross,” by British deputy commissioner and vice-consul at 629
  • Filipinos; protection of 905
  • Fire in San Francisco Harbor; assistance rendered by French cruiser “Protet” in extinguishing 478
  • Fischer, Gustav Wolf Louis; expulsion from Austria-Hungary 16
  • Foreign relations: message of the President of the Argentine Republic; part relating to 8
  • Foreigners:
    • uprising against, in China 77, 248, 273
  • France:
    • assistance rendered by French cruiser “Protet” in extinguishing a fire in San Francisco Harbor 478
    • condolences on Galveston disaster 483
    • condolences on mine explosion in Utah 481
    • consular immunities—violation of dwelling (at Arcachon) of consul at Bordeaux by French officials 429
    • courtesies of French officials at funeral of a landsman belonging to the U. S. S. “Hartford.” 480
    • Lafayette statue—unveiling at Paris, July 4, 1900 456
    • loss of the French torpedo-boat destroyer “La Framée” 479
    • monument at Vendome to Marshal Rochambeau 471
    • negotiations for restoration of order in China 311
    • presentation of Lafayette memorial coin to the President of France 468
    • presentation of Lafayette memorial coin to the French mint 470
    • rescue by U. S. S. “Chicago” of French steamship “La Bretagne” 476
    • Samoan claims of French citizens—admission to arbitration 473
  • French cruiser “Protet;” assistance rendered by, in extinguishing a fire in San Francisco Harbor 478
  • French torpedo boat “La Framée;” loss of 479
  • Funeral of a landsman belonging to the U. S. S. “Hartford;” courtesies of French officials at 480
  • Funeral of Lieut. Commander F. E. Greene, U. S. N.; courtesies shown by Uruguayan officials at 941

G.

  • Galveston disaster:
    • appropriation of $30,000 by Mexican Congress for relief of sufferers 784
    • condolences of—
  • Gännslen, Albert; military-service case in Germany 516517
  • Ganslen, Albert; military-service case in Germany 516517
  • Germany:
    • application for passport of Bernard Ehlers, a citizen of the Hawaiian Islands 520
    • citizenship of children of an alien woman who married an American citizen and brought them to the United States 526
    • condolences on Galveston disaster 527
    • condolences on loss of German training ship “Gneisenau” at Malaga 528
    • extradition between Alsace-Lorraine and the United States is not regulated by treaty 520
    • marriage between aliens in Prussia, requirement of certificate that no impediment exists 521
    • meat inspection in Germany 485
    • negotiations for restoration of order in China 326
    • offer of use of hospital ship “Maine “for wounded German soldiers and sailors, and reciprocal action by German Trained Nurse Association 525
    • Samoan claims of French (and other) citizens; admission to arbitration 522
    • military-service cases—
      • Abel, Max 516
      • Andersen, Jens Cornelius 514
      • Bayer, Hieronimus 517
      • Bernsmann, Heinrich 519
      • Bodri (Bodry), Christian 519
      • Brüch, Adolph 519
      • Burger, Julius 514
      • Dalesch, August 514
      • Deitmann, Herman F 512
      • Enoch, Philip 516
      • Esser, Anton 517
      • Ganslen (Gännslen), Albert 516517
      • Graul, Otto 517
      • Gresser, Joseph 514
      • Hillens, Fritz 517
      • Hinrichsen, Peter F 516
      • Hossenlopp, Francis Xavier 517
      • Karl, Hermann 519
      • Knudsen, Alfred 512517
      • Kruse, Frederick H 514
      • Metzger, Lawrence M 517
      • Moeller, Simon 517
      • Munsch, John M 512
      • Rinehart, Joseph 512
      • Ritterhoff, Wilhelm 517
      • Rosebrock, George 512
      • Teutsch, Rudolph 514
      • Von Staden, George 514
      • Waggershauser, F. P. and E. F 516
      • Wagner, Hugo 512
      • Wollenberg, Siegmund 514
      • Zehden, Siegfried 514
  • German Trained Nurse Association; offer to care for wounded American soldiers and sailors 525
  • “Gneisenau;” German training ship; condolences on loss of, at Malaga 528
  • Good offices; exercise by United States consul in behalf of British prisoners of Boers in South Africa 619
  • Graul, Otto; military service case in Germany 517
  • Great Britain:
    • award by British Government to Mrs. George F. Labram in recognition of her husband’s services during the siege of Kimberly 623
    • condolences on Galveston disaster 632
    • courtesies extended to an officer of the United States Army by British forces in South Africa 631
    • courtesies of British naval officers on occasion of an explosion aboard the U. S. S. “Wheeling” at Hongkong 630
    • courtesies to U. S. F. C. S. “Albatross” by British deputy commissioner and vice-consul at Suva Harbor. Fiji Islands 629
    • exercise of good offices of United States consul in behalf of British prisoners of Boers in South Africa 619
    • negotiations for restoration of order in China 344
    • Samoan claims of French citizens—admission to arbitration 625
    • seizure by British authorities of merchandise of American shippers off east coast of Africa, and restitution made on account thereof 529
  • Greece; military service case of Louis Economopoulos. Right of expatriation not recognized by constitution of Greece 634
  • Greene, F. E., Lieut. Commander, United States Navy; courtesies shown by Uruguayan officials at funeral of 941
  • Gresser, Joseph; military service case in Germany 514
  • Guatemala and Honduras:
    • claim of Robert H. May v. Guatemala 648
    • consular immunities in connection with judicial summons 703
    • murder of Frank Pears in Honduras. Payment of indemnity of $10,000 674
  • Guilty Chinese officials; punishment of 296

H.

  • Haiti:
    • condolences on Galveston disaster 714
    • jurisdiction over aliens waived by Haitian courts 706
  • Haitian courts, jurisdiction over aliens waived by 706
  • “Hartford,” U. S. S.:
    • courtesies of French officials at funeral of a landsman belonging to 480
    • visit to Valparaiso, Chile 75
  • Hawaiian Islands; application for passport of Bernard Ehlers, a citizen of 520
  • Hillens, Fritz; military-service case in Germany 517
  • Hinrichsen, Peter F.; military-service case in Germany 516
  • Honduras. See Guatemala.
  • Hossenlopp, Francis Xavier; military-service case in Germany 517
  • Humbert, King of Italy; assassination of 734

I.

  • Importation of spirituous liquors into certains regions of Africa, regulation of 34, 778
  • Income tax:
    • missionaries’ salaries held in Japan to be subject to payment of 760
    • not required of officers and men of United States Navy and Marine Corps stationed at United States Naval Hospital at Yokohama 762
  • Indemnity claims of United States citizens v. Turkey; negotiations for settlement of 906
  • Indemnity; payment of $10,000, by Honduras, on account of murder of Frank Pears 674
  • Inspection, meat, in Germany 485
  • Insurgents, Colombian; request of Colombian Government that vessels of the insurgents be treated as pirates 404
  • Italy:
    • assassination of King Humbert 734
    • courtesies to U. S. S. “Dixie” 732
    • lynching of persons of Italian origin at Tallulah, La 715
    • negotiations for the restoration of order in China 356
  • Interests, American; protection of in Korea (Seoul Electric Railway) 771
  • Interference, in Argentine Republic, with official duties of foreign representatives in matters of quarantine and bills of health 1
  • Interpretation of Article IV of the treaty of 1830 with Turkey 909

J.

  • Japan:
    • alleged discrimination in United States against Japanese in the matter of quarantine against bubonic plague 737
    • condolences on Galveston disaster 767
    • expressions of sympathy by Emperor and Empress of Japan for sick and wounded United States soldiers and sailors in marine hospital at Yokohama 767
    • income tax, missionaries’ salaries held to be subject to payment of 760
    • income tax not required of officers and men of United States Navy and Marine Corps stationed at United States naval hospital at Yokohama 762
    • landing, by courtesy, of United States troops in Japan 757
    • negotiations for restoration of order in China 361
    • passports; application of A. M. Tracey Woodward, born abroad of American parents, and still residing without the United States 758
  • Japanese settlements in Korea; right to hold property is denied to Americans 769
  • Judicial summons; consular immunities in connection with 703
  • Jurisdiction:
    • consular, at Chinese ports leased to foreign powers 382
    • over aliens waived by Haitian courts 706

K.

  • Karl, Hermann; military-service case in Germany 519
  • Kimberly; award by British Government to Mrs. George F. Labram in recognition of her husband’s services during the siege of 623
  • King Humbert of Italy; assassination of 734
  • King of Sweden and Norway; acceptance of joint invitation to act as arbitrator in matter of Samoan claims 896
  • Knudsen, Alfred; military-service case in Germany 512517
  • Korea:
    • protection of American interests (Seoul Electric Railroad) 771
    • right to hold property in Japanese settlements in Korea denied to Americans 769
  • Kruse, Frederick H.; military-service case in Germany 514

L.

  • La Abra Silver Mining Company, claim of, v. Mexico; return to the Government of Mexico of amount awarded to the company 781
  • Labram, Mrs. George F.; award by British Government to, in recognition of her husband’s services during the siege of Kimberly 623
  • “La Bretange,” French steamship; rescue of, by U. S. S. “Chicago” 476
  • Lafayette Memorial Coin:
    • presentation to French mint_ 470
    • presentation to President of France 468
  • Lafayette statue; unveiling at Paris, July 4, 1900 456
  • “La Framee,” French torpedo-boat destroyer; loss of 479
  • La Guaira, Venezuela; consular immunities; attack on wife of United States consul 943
  • Landing, by courtesy, of United States troops in Japan 757
  • Law, and repeal of same, prohibiting the importation into Brazil of merchandise bearing Portuguese labels 54
  • Leased Chinese ports; consular jurisdiction 382
  • Legations at Pekin; siege and relief of 155
  • Liberia; regulation of the importation of spirituous liquors into certain regions of Africa 778
  • Liquors, spirituous; regulation of the importation of, into certain regions of Africa 34, 778
  • Loss of the French torpedo-boat destroyer “La Framée” 479
  • Lynching of persons of Italian origin at Tallulah, La 715

M.

  • “Maine,” hospital ship; offer and acceptance of use of for wounded Austrian and German soldiers 31, 525
  • Malaga; loss of German training ship “Gneisenau” at; condolences on 528
  • Marriage between aliens in Prussia; requirement of certificate that no impediment exists 521
  • May, Robert H.; claim v. Guatemala 648
  • Meat inspection in Germany 485
  • Memorial coin, Lafayette:
    • presentation to the French mint 470
    • presentation to the President of France 468
  • Message of the President of the Argentine Republic; part relating to foreign relations 8
  • Metzger, Lawrence M.; military service case in Germany 517
  • Mexico:
    • claim of Benjamin Weil v. Mexico; return to Government of Mexico ofamount awarded to Weil 783
    • claim of La Abra Silver Mining Company v. Mexico; return to Government of Mexico of amount awarded to the company 781
    • condolences on Galveston disaster; appropriation of $30,000 by Mexican Congress for relief of sufferers 784
    • Water Boundary Convention between the United States and Mexico; extension, for an indefinite period, of the treaty of March 1, 1889 786
  • Military-service cases:
    • Abel, Max, in Germany 516
    • Andersen, Jens Cornelius, in Germany 514
    • Bayer, Hieronimus, in Germany 517
    • Bernsmann, Heinrich, in Germany 519
    • Bodri (Bodry), Christian, in Germany 519
    • Brück, Adolph, in Germany 519
    • Burger, Julius, in Germany 514
    • Dalesch, August, in Germany 514
    • Dietmann, Herman F., in Germany 512
    • Economopoulos, Louis, in Greece; right of expatriation not recognized by constitution of Greece 634
    • Enoch, Philip, in Germany 516
    • Esser, Anton, in Germany 517
    • Granslen (Gannslen), Albert, in Germany 516517
    • Graul, Otto, in Germany 517
    • Gresser, Joseph, in Germany 514
    • Hillens, Fritz, in Germany 517
    • Hinrichsen, Peter F., in Germany 516
    • Hossenlopp, Francis Xavier, in Germany 517
    • Karl, Hermann, in Germany 519
    • Knudsen, Alfred, in Germany 512517
    • Kruse, Frederick H., in Germany 514
    • Metzger, Lawrence M., in Germany 517
    • Moeller, Simon, in Germany 517
    • Munsch, John M., in Germany 512
    • Rath, Franz, in Austria-Hungary 29
    • Rinehart, Joseph, in Germany 512
    • Ritterhoff, Wilhelm, in Germany 517
    • Rosebrock, George, in Germany 512
    • Sundberg, Albert, in Denmark 423
    • Teutsch, Rudolph, in Germany 514
    • Von Staden, George, in Germany 514
    • Waggershauser, F. P. and E. F., in Germany 516
    • Wagner, Hugo, in Germany, 512
    • Wollenberg, Siegmund, in Germany 514
    • Zehden, Siegfried, in Germany 514
  • Mine explosion in Utah; condolences of France 481
  • Mint, French; presentation of Lafayette Memorial coin to 470
  • Missionaries:
    • In China; passports of 390
    • Mormon; expulsion from Denmark 413
    • salaries held in Japan to be subject to payment of income tax 760
  • Moeller, Simon; military service case in Germany 517
  • Monument at Vendome to Marshal Rochambeau 471
  • Mormon missionaries; expulsion from Denmark 413
  • Munsch, John M.; military service case in Germany 512
  • Murder of Frank Pears in Honduras; payment of indemnity of $10,000 674

N.

  • Naturalization of a husband or father; effect on wife or minor children 12
  • Naval hospital of United States at Yokohama; income tax not required of officers and men of United States Navy and Marine Corps stationed at 762
  • Negotiations:
    • for the restoration of order in China 285, 299
    • for the settlement of indemnity claims of United States citizens v. Turkey 906
    • with China, for settlement and reparation 197
  • Netherlands:
    • arbitration of claims of American sealing and whaling vessels v. Russia; selection of Mr. Asser, member of council of state of the Netherlands, to act as arbitrator 798
    • organization of permanent court of arbitration provided for by the convention signed at The Hague, July 29, 1899 790
  • New Government:
    • of Colombia; recognition of 406
    • of Dominican Republic; recognition of 425
  • Nicaragua, Salvador, and Costa Rica:
    • claims of Orr & Laubenheimer and the Post-Glover Electric Company v. Nicaragua 824
    • customs duties collected by insurgents while in temporary possession of Bluefields, and return of same to American merchants 803
  • Nurse Association, German Trained; offer to care for wounded American soldiers and sailors 525

O.

  • Offer of use of hospital ship “Maine” for wounded German soldiers and sailors, and reciprocal action by German Trained Nurse Association 525
  • Organization of the permanent court of arbitration provided for by the convention signed at The Hague, July 29, 1899 790
  • Orr & Laubenheimer: claim v. Nicaragua 824

P.

  • Passports:
    • application of A. M. Tracey Woodward, born abroad of American parents, and still residing without the United States 758
    • application of Bernard Ehlers, a citizen of the Hawaiian Islands 520
    • issued by military authorities to citizens of Porto Rico, Cuba, and the Philippines 891
    • of missionaries in China 390
    • to be refused by legation to persons of Ottoman origin returning to Turkey unprovided with American passport or authenticated naturalization papers 934
  • Pears, Frank; murder of, in Honduras; payment of indemnity of $10,000 674
  • Pekin, legations at; siege and relief of 155
  • Permanent Court of Arbitration provided for by the convention signed at The Hague, July 29, 1899, organization of 790
  • Peru:
    • condolences on Galveston disaster 843
    • extradition treaty with Peru 836
  • Philippine Islands:
    • cession to United States by Spain of any and all islands of the Philippine Archipelago lying outside of the lines described in Article III of the treaty of peace of December 10, 1898 887
    • extension of Chinese-exclusion laws to 402
    • passports issued by military authorities to citizens of 891
    • registration of Spanish subjects in 889
  • Pirates; request of Colombian Government that vessels of insurgents be treated as 404
  • Plague, bubonic; alleged discrimination in United States against Japanese in the matter of quarantine against 737
  • Porto Rico; passports issued by military authorities to citizens of 891
  • Ports, Chinese, leased; consular jurisdiction 382
  • Portugal; arbitration in the matter of the Delagoa Bay Railway; payment by Portugal of amount awarded by arbitrator 845
  • Portuguese labels; law, and repeal of same, prohibiting the importation into Brazil of merchandise bearing 54
  • Post-Glover Electric Company; claim v. Nicaragua 824
  • Presentation:
    • of Lafayette memorial coin to the French mint 470
    • of Lafayette memorial coin to the President of France 468
  • President:
    • of Argentine Republic, message of; part relating to foreign relations 8
    • of France; presentation of Lafayette memorial coin to 468
    • of United States; replies to letters of Emperor of China 293
  • “Presidente Sarmiento,” Argentine school-ship; visit to the United States 10
  • Prisoners, British, of Boers in South Africa; exercise of good offices of United States consul in behalf of 619
  • Prohibition of the importation into Brazil of merchandise bearing Portuguese labels; law, and repeal of same, providing for 54
  • Property in Japanese settlements in Korea; right to hold denied to Americans 769
  • Protection:
    • of American interests in Korea (Seoul Electric Railway) 771
    • of Chinese employees of American citizens 394
    • of Filipinos 905
    • of persons of Ottoman origin naturalized in the United States; Turkish Government refuses to recognize such naturalization 938
  • “Protet,” French cruiser; assistance rendered by, in extinguishing a fire in San Francisco harbor 478
  • Prussia; marriage between aliens in; requirement of certificate that no impediment exists 521
  • Punishment of guilty Chinese officials 296

Q.

  • Quarantine:
    • against bubonic plague; alleged discrimination in United States against Japanese in the matter of 737
    • and bills of health; interference in Argentine Republic with official duties of foreign representatives in matters of 1

R.

  • Rath, Franz, military service case in Austria-Hungary 29
  • Recognition:
    • of new Government of Colombia 406
    • of new Government of Dominican Republic 425
  • Refusal of Turkish Government to recognize naturalization in United States of persons of Ottoman origin 938
  • Registration of Spanish subjects in the Philippine Islands 889
  • Regulation of the importation of spirituous liquors into certain regions of Africa 34, 778
  • Relief:
    • and siege, of legations at Pekin 155
    • of sufferers from Galveston disaster—appropriation of $30,000 by Mexican Congress for 784
  • Reparation and settlement; negotiations with China for 197
  • Request of Colombian Government that vessels of insurgents be treated as pirates 404
  • Rescue by U. S. S. “Chicago” of French steamship “La Bretange” 476
  • Restitution made on account of seizure by British authorities of merchandise of American shippers off east coast of Africa 529
  • Restoration of order in China, negotiations for 285, 299
  • Right to hold property in Japanese settlement in Korea denied to Americans 769
  • Rinehart, Joseph; military-service case in Germany 512
  • Ritterhoff, Wilhelm; military-service case in Germany 517
  • Rochambeau, Marshal; monument at Vendome to 471
  • Rosebrock, George; military-service casein Germany 512
  • Russia:
    • arbitration of claims of American sealing and whaling vessels against Russia 850
    • negotiations for restoration of order in China 371

S.

  • Salaries of missionaries held in Japan to be subject to payment of income tax 760
  • Samoan claims:
    • acceptance by the King of Sweden and Norway of joint invitation to act as arbitrator 896
    • of French and other citizens; admission to arbitration 473, 522, 625
  • San Francisco Harbor; assistance rendered by French cruiser “Protet” in extinguishing a fire in 478
  • Sealing and whaling vessels, American:
    • arbitration of claims v. Russia 850
    • selection of Mr. Asser, member of council of state of the Netherlands, to act as arbitrator 798
  • Seizure by British authorities of merchandise of American shippers off east coast of Africa, and restitution made on account thereof 529
  • Seoul Electric Railway; protection of, in Korea 771
  • Settlement and reparation; negotiations with China for 197
  • Shields, Patrick; claim v. Chile 66
  • Siege and relief of legations at Pekin 155
  • Siege of Tientsin, China 268
  • Smyrna, Turkey; arrest of cavass of the United States consulate at 920
  • South Atlantic Squadron; visit to Brazil 65
  • Spain:
    • condolences on Galveston disaster 890
    • passports issued by military authorities to citizens of Porto Rico, Cuba, and the Philippines 891
    • registration of Spanish subjects in the Philippine Islands 889
    • treaty between the United States and Spain for the cession to the United States of any and all islands of the Philippine Archipelago lying outside of the lines described in Article III of the treaty of peace of December 10, 1898 887
  • Spirituous liquors; regulation of the importation of into certain regions of Africa 34, 778
  • Summons, judicial; consular immunities in connection with 703
  • Sundberg, Frederick Albert; military-service case, in Denmark 423
  • Suva Harbor, Fiji Islands; courtesies to U. S. F. C. S. “Albatross” by British deputy commissioner and vice-consul at 629
  • Sweden and Norway; Samoan claims: acceptance by the King of Sweden and Norway of joint invitation to act as arbitrator 896
  • Switzerland:
    • arbitration in the matter of the Delagoa Bay Railway; award of court designated by Swiss Federal Council 903
    • protection of Filipinos 905
  • Sympathy; expressions of, by Emperor and Empress of Japan for sick and wounded United States soldiers and sailors in marine hospital at Yokohama 767

T.

  • Tallulah, La.: lvnching of persons of Italian origin at 715
  • Tax:
    • income; missionaries’ salaries held in Japan to be subject to payment of 760
    • income; not required of officers and men of United States Navy and Marine Corps stationed at United States Naval Hospital at Yokohama 762
  • Teutsch, Rudolph; military-service case in Germany 514
  • Tientsin, China, siege of 268
  • Trained Nurse Association, German; offer to care for wounded American soldiers and sailors 525
  • Treaties:
    • between the United States and Spain for the cession to the United States of any and all islands of the Philippine Archipelago lying outside of the lines described in Article III of the treaty of peace of December 10, 1898 887
    • Chilean claims convention 71
    • extradition between Alsace-Lorraine and United States is not regulated by 520
    • extradition; with Peru 836
    • of 1830, with Turkey; interpretation of Article IV 909
    • Water boundary convention between the United States and Mexico; extension for an indefinite period, of the treaty of March 1, 1889 786
  • Troops, United States; landing, by courtesy, in Japan. 757
  • Turkey:
    • consular immunities; arrest of cavass of the United States consulate at Smyrna 920
    • negotiations for the settlement of indemnity claims of United States citizens 906
    • passports to be refused by legation to persons of Ottoman origin returning to Turkey unprovided with American passport or authenticated naturalization papers 934
    • protection of persons of Ottoman origin naturalized in the United States; Turkish Government refuses to recognize such naturalization 938
    • treaty of 1830; interpretation of Article IV 909

U.

  • Unveiling of Lafayette statue at Paris, July 4, 1900 456
  • Uprising against foreigners in China 77, 248, 273
  • Uruguay and Paraguay:
    • condolences on Galveston disaster 942
    • courtesies shown by Uruguayan officials at funeral of Lieut. Commander F. E. Greene, U. S. N 941
  • Utah; mine explosion in; condolences of France 481

V.

  • Valparaiso, Chili; visit of U. S. S. “Hartford” to 75
  • Venezuela:
    • citizenship of a woman born in Cuba and residing in Venezuela 954
    • condolences on Galveston disaster. 954
    • consular immunities; attack on the wife of United States consul at La Guaira, Venezuela 943
  • Vessels:
    • claims of American sealing and whaling vessels v. Russia; arbitration of; selection of Mr. Asser, member of council of state of the Netherlands, to act as arbitrator 798
    • courtesies to U. S. S. “Dixie” by Italian officials 732
    • hospital-ship “Maine;” offer and acceptance of use of for wounded Austrian soldiers 31
    • loss of German training-ship “Gneisenau” at Malaga; condolences on 528
    • “Maine” hospital-ship; offer of use of for wounded German soldiers and sailors, and reciprocal action by German Trained Nurse Association 525
    • request of Colombian Government that vessels of insurgents be treated as pirates 404
    • seizure by British authorities of merchandise of American shippers off east coast of Africa, and restitution made on account thereof 529
    • U. S. F. C. S. “Albatross;” courtesies to, by British Deputy Commissioner and Vice-Consul at Suva Harbor, Fiji Islands 629
    • visit of the Argentine school-ship “Presidente Sarmiento” to the United States 10
    • “Wheeling” U. S. S.; courtesies of British naval officers on occasion of an explosion aboard, at Hongkong 630
  • Violation of dwelling (at Arcachon) of Consul at Bordeaux by French officials 429
  • Visit:
    • of Argentine school-ship “Presidente Sarmiento” to the United States 10
    • of South Atlantic Squadron to Brazil 65
    • of the U. S. S. “Hartford” to Valparaiso, Chile 75
  • Von Staden, George; military service case in Germany 514

W.

  • Waggershauser, F. P. and E. F.; military service cases in Germany 516
  • Wagner, Hugo; military service case in Germany 512
  • Water Boundary Convention between the United States and Mexico; extension for an indefinite period of the treaty of March 1, 1889 786
  • Weil Benjamin; claim v. Mexico; return to Government of Mexico of amount awarded to Weil 783
  • Whaling and sealing vessels, American; arbitration of claims of, v. Russia 850
  • “Wheeling,” U. S. S.; courtesies of British naval officers on occasion of an explosion aboard, at Hongkong 630
  • Wollenberg, Siegmund: military service case in Germany 514
  • Woodward, A. M. Tracey; born abroad of American parents, and still residing without the United States; passport application of 758

Y.

  • Yokohama:
    • expressions of sympathy by Emperor and Empress of Japan for sick and wounded United States soldiers and sailors in marine hospital at 767
    • United States Naval Hospital at; income tax not required of officers and men of United States Navy and Marine Corps stationed at 762

Z.

  • Zehden, Siegfried; military service case in Germany 514