Index

A.

  • Accession:
    • of Edward VII of England 213
    • of President Roosevelt 6
    • of President Roosevelt: congratulations of the Shah of Persia 425
  • Action, joint, against anarchists: proposed by Germany and Russia 196
  • Advent of Commodore Perry, United States Navy, in Japan in July, 1853: monument erected in commemoration of 378
    • Africa, South: claims of United States citizens v. Great Britain on account of deportation from 216
  • Alien:
    • law of 1870: rights of British subjects in Cuba are governed by 225
    • parents: citizenship of a child born in the United States of 303
  • Alleged:
    • Chinese student, Yip Wah, and others: case of 59
    • discrimination in the United States against Japanese in the matter of quarantine 375
    • harsh and unfair enforcement of Chinese-exclusion laws: complaints of 72
  • American:
    • Baptist Church at Nictheroy, Brazil: sacking of, and payment of indemnity 28
    • interests in Turkey: protection of, by British consuls 521
    • interests: protection of by British consul in the Congo Free State 205
  • Anarchists: proposed joint action against 196
  • Annapolis, U. S. S.: courtesies to by commandant of French naval station at Algiers 154
  • Anniversary of the birthday of the Shah of Persia: congratulations on 425
  • Announcement of death of President McKinley, and accession of President Roosevelt 6
  • Annual award, first, of the Nobel prizes 497
  • Applications:
    • for naturalization: construction of words "resided uninterruptedly "in 519
    • for passport—
      • of Carl F. Kupfer: passport issued by the Department should always be accepted prima facie as proof of citizenship 508
      • of persons born in the United States: production of certificate of father’s naturalization not to be required 178
      • of persons claiming United States citizenship through naturalization of parents 206
      • of a native of the island of Guam 484
      • of a Porto Rican 32
      • of Frank H. Bowers 1
      • of Mrs. Louisa Lassonne, widow of a naturalized United States citizen, residing without the United States 442
  • Argentine Republic:
    • announcement of death of President McKinley and accession of President Roosevelt 6
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 6
    • passport application of Frank H. Bowers 1
    • political disturbances: state of siege declared in Buenos Ay res on account of public disorder caused by opposition to bill consolidating public debt 2
  • Arrest:
    • and ill treatment of Thomas de St. Bris in Belgium 17
    • and release of United States consular agent at Barcelona, Venezuela, and delay in transmission of legation’s telegram 534
  • Assassination of President McKinley. (See Condolences on.)
  • Assistance rendered United States transport Hancock by Japanese navy 385
  • Athena, riot at, caused by the translation of the Bible into vulgar Greek 250
  • Attachment, writ of: previous notice to consuls of service on merchant vessels not required under Article XII, consular convention of 1871 between the United States and Germany 161
  • Attempt on German Emperor’s life at Bremen 166
  • Australasian and British vessels: exclusion from trade between the United States and Hawaii 201
  • Austria-Hungary:
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 14
    • expulsion of John Richter 8
    • liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and expatriation laws of their native country 7
    • passport denied to Carl Schimaneck 11
  • Award:
    • by Great Britain of £600 to Charles Lilly white, a naturalized citizen of the United States, on account of his arrest, false imprisonment, and deportation from New Zealand to England 231
    • first annual, of the Nobel prizes 497
  • Azores: protection by United States consul of British interests in 224

B.

  • Balz, Xaver Sylvester: military-service case in Germany 167
  • Baptist Church, American, at Nictheroy, Brazil; sacking of, and payment of indemnity 28
  • Barcelona, Venezuela: arrest and release of United States consular agent at 534
  • Belgium:
    • arrest and ill treatment of Thomas de St. Bris 17
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 23
    • liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and expatriation laws of their native country 16
  • Benjamin Constant, Brazilian school-ship: visit to the United States 27
  • Bible: translation of into vulgar Greek: riot at Athens caused by 250
  • Bill consolidating public debt of Argentine Republic: state of siege declared in Buenos Ay res on account of public disorder caused by opposition to 2
  • Birthday of the Shah of Persia: congratulations on anniversary of 425
  • Bolivia:
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 26
    • good offices of United States minister in behalf of George Melville, a British subject, imprisoned in Bolivia 24
    • massacre of soldiers: punishment of offenders 26
  • Bond for payment of indemnity demanded of China by the powers 129
  • Bowers, Frank H.: passport application of 1
  • Boycott of business of Chinese subjects residing at Butte, Mont.; claims on account of 100
  • Brazil:
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 31
    • missionary troubles; sacking of American Baptist Church at Nictheroy, and payment of indemnity 28
    • riots at Rio de Janeiro over increase in street-railway fares 30
    • visit of Brazilian school-ship Benjamin Constant to the United States 27
  • Brazilian school-ship Benjamin Constant: visit to United States 27
  • Bremen: attempt on German Emperor’s life at 166
  • British:
    • and Australasian vessels: exclusion of, from trade between the United States and Hawaii 201
    • interests in the Azores: protection by United States consul 224
    • subjects in Cuba: rights of, are not governed by treaties, either with the United States or Spain, but by alien law of 1870 225
  • Britten, Nick: military-service case in Germany 170
  • Brooklyn, U. S. S.: visit to Australia and New Zealand on occasion of tour of Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York 214
  • Buenos Ayres: state of siege declared in, on account of public disorder caused by opposition to bill consolidating public debt 2
  • Butte, Mont.: claims of Chinese subjects residing at, on account of boycott of their business 100
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C.

  • Canal:
    • inter oceanic: treaty 237
    • Kaiser Wilhelm: passage of United States naval vessels through 184
  • Cancellation of passport of Emile Stolz by United States legation at Berne because of Stolz’s continued residence without the United States 509
  • Castro revolution: claims of foreigners against Venezuela growing out of the 550
  • Ceded or relinquished territory: royal Spanish degree determining questions of nationality in 473
  • Chile:
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 38
    • courtesies of Chilean officials in connection with removal of remains of the late Lieut. S. E. Woodworth, U. S. Navy 33
    • death of President Errázuriz: condolences of the United States 36
    • passport application of a Porto Rican 32
    • visit of Chilean training ship General Baquedano to the United States 35
  • China:
    • bond for payment of indemnity demanded of China by the powers 129
    • citizenship of Lam Chung Wa, a Chinese naturalized in Hawaii prior to August 12, 1898, and subsequently residing in China 130
    • claims—
      • of Chinese subjects residing at Butte, Mont., on account of boycott of their business 100
      • of missionaries: direct settlement with Chinese officials 97
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 128
    • death of Earl Li Hung Chang 132
    • Emperor of: special envoy of, Na Tung: expiatory mission to Japan 384
    • exclusion laws—
      • case of alleged Chinese student Yip Wan, and others 59
      • case of Chinese student Tong Tseng 68
      • complaints of alleged harsh and unfair enforcement of 72
      • representations against reenactment as affecting the United States and Territories, and extension to the Philippine Islands 75
    • foreign settlements: encroachments of various powers at Tientsin 39
    • Prince Tschun: expiatory mission to Germany 187
  • Chinese-exclusion laws:
    • complaints of alleged harsh and unfair enforcement of 72
    • question as to whether they have proved to be for the best interests of the United States 85
    • question as to whether they have worked hardships to the subjects of China 78
    • representations against application to Hawaiian Islands 91
    • representations against reenactment as affecting the United States and Territories, and extension to the Philippine Islands 75, 91, 93
  • Chinese:
    • immigration treaties: diplomatic history of 76
    • officials: direct settlement of claims of missionaries against China with 97
    • persons: exclusion from the Philippine Islands 213
    • question as to whether the laws of the United States have worked hardships to 78
    • residing at Butte, Mont.: claims on account of boycott to their business 100
    • student, alleged: case of Yip Wah and others 59
    • student Tong Tseng: case of 68
  • Chong, Tong, Chinese student: case of 68
  • Chryssanthides, Demetrius, passport of: construction of words “resided uninterruptedly” in applications for naturalization 519
  • Church, American Baptist, at Nictheroy, Brazil: sacking of, and payment of indemnity 28
  • Citizens:
    • American, railway employees: imprisonment in Mexico 407
    • American: treaty rights in interior of Korea 387
    • American, naturalized, of Jewish faith: protection of, in Russia 446
    • naturalized, of the United States: liability of, under military and expatriation laws of their native country. (See Liability of naturalized citizens, etc.)
    • of the United States: Filipino seamen held not to be 199
  • Citizenship:
    • of a child born in the United States and taken abroad during its minority 174
    • of a child born in the United States of alien parents 303
    • of a son born in France of an American father and a French mother prior to their marriage 511
    • of a son born of American parents temporarily sojourning in Germany 179
    • of Guilloid, Julienne, born in Haiti of a mulatto, former resident of Louisiana 279
    • of Hine, Rafael F., born in Costa Rica of an American father 420
    • of Jensen, Lars Chris., a former subject of Denmark 135
    • of Lam Chung Wa, a Chinese naturalized in Hawaii prior to August 12, 1898, and subsequently residing in China 130
    • of minor son of a United States citizen, born and residing without the United States 531
    • passport applications of persons claiming, through naturalization of parents 206
    • proof of: passport issued by the Department should always be accepted as prima facie (application of Carl F. Kupfer) 508
  • Claims:
    • assumed by the United States Government under the treaty of peace: consent of Spanish Government to assist the United States Government in procuring evidence to defend 477
    • indemnity, of United States citizens against Turkey: settlement of 518
    • of Chinese subjects residing at Butte, Mont., on account of boycott of their business 100
    • of foreigners against Venezuela growing out of the Castro revolution 550
    • of Fowks, William, v. Peru 430
    • of Hayball, James H., v. Peru 427
    • of Marty & d’Abbadie v. United States on account of detention of steamship Sullberg at Manila 147
    • of Metzger & Co., John D., v. Haiti 262
    • of missionaries against China: direct settlement with Chinese officials 97
    • of United States citizens v. Great Britain on account of deportation from South Africa 216
  • Clayton-Bulwer treaty of April 19, 1850 238
  • Coin, silver, which Siegfried Koenigsberger attempted to smuggle out of Guatemala: confiscation of 252
  • Cole, Rev. R. M.: refusal of Turkish officials to issue traveling teskéréh to 523
  • Colombia:
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 134
    • interests of, in Venezuela: protection by United States representatives of 551
  • Commandant of French naval station at Algiers: courtesies to U. S. S. Annapolis 154
  • Complaints of alleged harsh and unfair enforcement of the Chinese-exclusion laws 72
  • Compulsory insurance tax, German: liability of employees of United States consulates to 172
  • Condolences:
    • on account of the death of President Errázuriz, of Chile 36
    • on assassination of President McKinley—
      • of Argentine Republic 6
      • of Austria-Hungary 14
      • of Belgium 23
      • of Bolivia 26
      • of Brazil 31
      • of Chile 38
      • of China 128
      • of Colombia 134
      • of Costa Rica 422
      • of Denmark 142
      • of Dominican Republic 143
      • of Ecuador 146
      • of France 156
      • of Germany 189
      • of Great Britain 237
      • of Greece 249
      • of Guatemala 260
      • of Haiti 280
      • of Holy See 312
      • of Honduras 261
      • of Italy 311
      • of Japan 384
      • of Korea 405
      • of Liberia 406
      • of Mexico 415
      • of Netherlands 419
      • of Nicaragua 422
      • of Paraguay 533
      • of Persia 424
      • of Peru 434
      • of Portugal 440
      • of Roumania 441
      • of Russia 453
      • of Salvador 423
      • of Servia 455
      • of Siam 456
      • of Spain 483
      • of Sweden and Norway 494
      • of Switzerland 512
      • of Turkey 529
      • of Uruguay 533
      • of Venezuela 553
  • Confiscation of silver coin which Siegfried Koenigsberger attempted to smuggle out of Guatemala 252
  • Congo Free State: protection of American interests by British consul 205
  • Congratulations:
    • of the Shah of Persia on the accession of President Roosevelt 425
    • on anniversary of the birthday of the Shah of Persia 425
    • on occasion of the national holiday of Siam 456
  • Consent of Spanish Government to assist the United States Government in procuring evidence to defend claims assumed by the latter under the treaty of peace 477
  • Construction of words “resided uninterruptedly” in applications for naturalization 519
  • Consular agent of the United States at Barcelona, Venezuela: arrest and release of 534
  • Consular convention (Article XII) of 1871 between the United States and Germany: previous notice to consuls of service on merchant vessels of writ of attachment not required 161
  • Consular immunities: liability of employees of United States consulates to German compulsory insurance tax 172
  • Convention, consular (Article XII), of 1871 between the United States and Germany: previous notice to consuls of service on merchant vessels of writ of attachment not required 161
  • Correspondence, subjects of, and list of papers in this volume LV
  • Costa Rica (see Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Salvador).
  • Courtesies:
    • of Chilean officials in connection with removal of remains of the late Lieut. S. E. Wood worth, U. S. Navy 33
    • to United States military attaché at French grand autumn maneuvers 154
    • to United States naval attaché in Germany 192
    • to United States naval officers at Habana, by a Spanish naval officer 463
    • to U. S. S. Annapolis by commandant of French naval station at Algiers 154
    • to U. S. S. Hartford in Scotland 231
    • to U. S. S. Kentucky by Turkish officials 514
  • Courts, foreign: testimony of the United States diplomatic representatives in 302
  • Cuba: rights of British subjects in are not governed by treaties, either with the United States or Spain, but by the alien law of 1870 225
  • Cubans:
    • protection of by representatives of the United States 457
    • registration of in Spain 480
  • Custom-house, Turkish, at Mytilene: seizure of by France 529
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D.

  • Death:
    • of Earl Li Hung Chang 132
    • of President Errázuriz of Chile: condolences of the United States 36
    • of President McKinley, and accession of President Roosevelt: announcement of 6
    • of Queen Victoria 208
    • of the Dowager Empress and Queen Frederick, of Germany 185
  • Debt, public, of Argentine Republic: bill consolidating: state of siege declared in Buenos Ayres on account of public disorder caused by opposition to 2
  • Decree, royal Spanish, determining questions of nationality in ceded or relinquished territory 473
  • Delay in transmission of legation’s telegram to United States consular agent at Barcelona, Venezuela 534
  • Denial of passport to Carl Schimaneck 11
  • Denmark:
    • citizenship of Lars Chris. Jensen 135
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 142
    • liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and expatriation laws of their native country 139
    • military service case of Sören L. Sörensen 136
    • permission for Mormon missionary to visit Denmark 140
  • Deportation:
    • from South Africa: claims of United States citizens v. Great Britain on account of 216
    • of Charles Lilly white, a naturalized citizen of the United States, from New Zealand to England: award by Great Britain of £600 on account of 231
    • of Japanese immigrants from Seattle, Wash 366
  • Deserters from merchant vessels: no law or regulation in the United States providing for their punishment 483
  • de St. Bris, Thomas: arrest and ill-treatment of, in Belgium 17
  • Detention:
    • at Seattle, Wash., and deportation of Japanese immigrants 366
    • of steamship Sullberg at Manila: claim of Marty & d’Abbadie v. United States on account of 147
  • Difficulty of Germany with Venezuela 192
  • Diplomatic:
    • action may not properly be taken until remedies in local courts have been exhausted: indemnity suit of Mrs. Fenice Ferrara, an Italian subject, in a Colorado court 305
    • history of the Chinese immigration treaties 76
    • immunities: testimony of United States diplomatic representatives in foreign courts 302
    • representatives, United States: testimony in foreign courts 302
  • Direct settlement with Chinese officials of claims of missionaries against China 97
  • Discrimination, alleged, in the United States against Japanese in the matter of quarantine 375
  • Disorder, public: state of siege declared in Buenos Ayres on account of, caused by opposition to bill consolidating public debt 2
  • Disturbances, political, in Argentine Republic: state of siege declared in Buenos Ayres on account of public disorder caused by opposition to bill consolidating public debt 2
  • Dominican Republic: condolences on assassination of President McKinley 143
  • Dowager Empress and Queen Frederick of Germany: death of 185
  • Dues, tonnage, in Haiti on American vessels 276

E.

  • Earl Li Hung Chang: death of 132
  • Ebken, Diedrich: military service case in Germany 168
  • Economopoulos, Louis (Leonidas): military service case in Greece 247
  • Ecuador:
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 146
    • internal policy of Ecuador 145
    • registry and educational laws 144
  • Educational and registry laws of Ecuador 144
  • Edward VII of England: accession of 213
  • Efforts to divert German emigration from North America to German colonies and South America 191
  • Egypt: protection by United States officials of Swiss citizens in 504
  • Emden, Germany: opening of the port of 190
  • Emigration:
    • German: efforts to divert from North America to German colonies and South America 191
    • “unauthorized,” from Germany: fine on Paul N. Friedlaender for 180
  • Emperor of China: special envoy of, Na Tung: expiatory mission to Japan 384
  • Emperor’s (German) response to the President’s message of good will 191
  • Employees:
    • of United States consulates: liability of, to German compulsory insurance tax 172
    • railway, American citizens: imprisonment in Mexico 407
  • Encroachments of various powers in foreign settlements at Tientsin, China 39
  • Enforcement of Chinese-exclusion laws: complaints of alleged harsh and unfair 72
  • Envoy, special, of the Emperor of China, Na Tung: expiatory mission to Japan 384
  • Erection of tablet in memory of Frederick W. Ramsden, late British consul-general at Santiago de Cuba 215
  • Ericsson, John: unveiling of monument at Stockholm 495
  • Errázuriz, President of Chile: death of, and condolences of the United States 36
  • Erwin, Mississippi: lynching of persons of Italian origin at 283
  • Evidence to defend claims assumed by United States Government under the treaty of peace: consent of Spanish Government to assist United States Government in procuring 477

E.

  • Exclusion:
    • of British and Australasian vessels from trade between the United States and Hawaii 201
    • of Chinese persons from the Philippine Islands 213
  • Exclusion laws:
    • case of alleged Chinese student, Yip Wah, and others 59
    • case of Chinese student, Tong Tseng 68
    • Chinese: complaints of alleged harsh and unfair enforcement 72
    • Chinese: question as to whether they have proved to be for the best interests of the United States 85
    • Chinese: question as to whether they have worked hardships to the subjects of China 78
    • Chinese: representations against application to Hawaiian Islands 91
    • Chinese: representations against reenactment as affecting the United States and Territories, and extension to the Philippine Islands 759193
  • Expatriation:
  • Expiatory mission:
    • of Prince Tschun, of China, to Germany 187
    • to Japan of Na Tung, special envoy of the Emperor of China 384
  • Expulsion:
    • of Kennan, George, from Russia 451
    • of Mormon missionaries from Germany 165
    • of Richter, John, from Austria-Hungary 8
    • of Schaaf, Max Friedrich, from Germany 158
  • Extension of Chinese-exclusion laws to the Philippine Islands: representations against 759193
  • Extradition:
    • of criminals: treaty between the United States and Switzerland for the 500
    • supplementary treaty of, between the United States and Great Britain 222
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F.

  • Fares, street railway: riots in Rio de Janeiro over increase in 30
  • Ferrara, Mrs. Fenice, an Italian subject, indemnity suit in a Colorado court: remedies in local courts must be exhausted before diplomatic action may properly be taken 305
  • Filipino:
    • Junta at Madrid, and petition of Isabelo de los Reyes, one of its members, for permission to return to the Philippine Islands 471
    • seamen held not to be citizens of the United States 199
  • Filipinos: protection by representatives of the United States of 457
  • Fine on Paul N. Friedlaender for “unauthorized” emigration 180
  • First annual award of the Nobel prizes 497
  • Foreign courts: testimony of United States diplomatic representatives in 302
  • Foreign powers: encroachments in foreign settlements at Tientsin, China 39
  • Foreign settlements in China: encroachments of various powers at Tientsin 39
  • Fowks, William: claim v. Peru 430
  • France:
    • claim of Marty & d’Abbadie on account of detention of steamship Sullberg at Manila 147
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 156
    • courtesies to U. S. S. Annapolis by commandant of French naval station at Algiers 154
    • courtesies to United States military attaché at French grand autumn maneuvers 154
    • liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and expatriation laws of their native country 153
    • right of expatriation denied Emile Robin 156
  • Frederick, Dowager Empress and Queen of Germany, death of 185
  • French grand autumn maneuvers: courtesies to United States military attaché at 154
  • French naval station at Algiers: courtesies of commandant of to U. S. S. Annapolis 154
  • Friedlaender, Paul N.: fine on for “unauthorized” emigration from Germany 180
  • Friendly relations of United States legation with Governments of Uruguay and Paraguay 532

G.

  • General Baquedano, Chilean training ship: visit to the United States 35
  • Gent, Michael, Nicholas, and Mathias: military-service cases in Germany 167
  • German emigration: efforts to divert from North America to German colonies and South America 191
  • German Emperor:
    • attempt at Bremen on life of 166
    • response to President’s message of good will 191
  • German school ships Moltke and Stein: visit to the United States, Porto Rican, and Cuban ports 190
  • Germany:
    • anarchists: proposed joint action against 196
    • attempt on German Emperor’s life at Bremen 166
    • citizenship of a child born in the United States and taken abroad during its minority 174
    • citizenship of a son born of American parents temporarily sojourning in Germany 179
    • compulsory insurance tax: liability of employees of United States consulates to 172
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 189
    • consular convention (Article XII) of 1871 between the United States and Germany: previous notice to consuls of service on merchant vessels of writ of attachment not required 161
    • consular immunities: liability of employees of United States consulates to German compulsory insurance tax 172
    • courtesies to United States naval attaché in Germany 192
    • death of Dowager Empress and Queen Frederick 185
    • difficulty of Germany with Venezuela 192
    • efforts to divert German emigration from North America to German colonies and South America 191
    • expiatory mission of Prince Tschun of China 187
    • expulsion of Mormon missionaries from Germany 165
    • expulsion of Max Friedrich Scbaaf 158
    • fine on Paul N. Friedlaender for “unauthorized” emigration 180
    • German Emperor’s response to the President’s message of good will 191
    • Kaiser Wilhelm Canal: passage of United States naval vessels through 184
    • liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and expatriation laws of their native country 160
    • military-service cases of—
      • Balz, Xaver Sylvester 167
      • Britten, Nick 170
      • Ebken, Diedrich 168
      • Gent, Michael, Nicholas, and Mathias 167
      • Golus, Ladislaus 167
      • Häberle, (John) Jacob 168
      • Just, Robert H 168
      • Kammerer, Karl 171
      • Kauffmann, Henry 167
      • Koch, Friedrich 170
      • Kuechlin, Max 168
      • Meisner, Herrmann E 170
      • Metzger, Lawrence M 170
      • Meyer, August 170
      • Meyers (Mayer), Sigmund 168
      • Nachtigall, Alfred 167
      • Seitz, Gustav E 168
      • Stern, Siegmund 168
      • Wiess, Louis 168
    • opening of the port of Emden 190
    • passport applications of persons born in the United States: production of certificate of father’s naturalization not to be required 178
    • restrictions on sojourn in their country of origin of Germans naturalized in the United States 175
    • visit of German school-ships Moltke and Stein to United States, Porto Rican, and Cuban ports 190
  • Golus, Ladislaus: military-service case in Germany 167
  • Good offices of United States minister in behalf of George Melville, a British subject, imprisoned in Bolivia 24
  • Great Britain:
    • accession of Edward VII 213
    • award by Great Britain of £600 to Charles Lillywhite, a naturalized United States citizen, on account of his arrest, false imprisonment, and deportation from New Zealand to England 231
    • claims of United States citizens v. Great Britain on account of deportation from South Africa 216
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 237
    • condolences on death of Queen Victoria 208
    • courtesies shown U. S. S. Hartford in Scotland 231
    • death of Queen Victoria 208
    • erection of tablet in memory of Frederick W. Ramsden, late British consul-general at Santiago de Cuba 215
    • exclusion of British and Australasian vessels from trade between the United States and Hawaii 201
    • exclusion of Chinese persons from the Philippine Islands 213
    • Filipino seamen held not to be citizens of the United States 199
    • interoceanic canal treaty 237
    • passport applications of persons claiming United States citizenship through naturalization of parents 206
    • protection by United States consul of British interests in the Azores 224
    • protection of American interests by British consul in the Kongo Free State 205
    • rights of British subjects in Cuba are not governed by treaties, either with the United States or Spain, but by alien law of 1870 225
    • supplementary treaty of extradition between the United States and Great Britain 222
    • visit of U. S. S. Brooklyn to Australia and New Zealand on occasion of tour of Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York 214
  • Greece:
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 249
    • liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and expatriation laws of their native country 247
    • military-service case of Louis (Leonidas) Economopoulos 247
    • riot at Athens caused by the translation of the Bible into vulgar Greek 250
  • Guam: passport application of a native of 484
  • Guatemala and Honduras:
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 260
    • confiscation of silver coin which Siegfried Koenigsberger attempted to smuggle out of Guatemala 252
  • Guilloid, Julienne, born in Haiti of a mulatto, former resident of Lousiana: citizenship of 279

H.

  • Habana: courtesies shown by a Spanish naval officer to United States naval officers at 463
  • Häberle, (John) Jacob: military-service case in Germany 168
  • Haiti:
    • citizenship of Julienne Guilloid, born in Haiti of a mulatto, former resident of Louisiana 279
    • claim of John D. Metzger & Co. v. Haiti 262
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 280
    • tonnage dues on American vessels 276
  • Hancock, U. S. transport: assistance rendered to by Japanese navy 385
  • Hardships to the subjects of China: question as to whether laws of the United States have worked 78
  • Harsh and unfair enforcement of Chinese-exclusion laws: complaints of alleged 72
  • Hartford, U. S. S.: courtesies shown to in Scotland 231
  • Hawaii:
    • citizenship of Lam Chung Wa, a Chinese naturalized in, prior to August 12, 1898, and subsequently residing in China 130
    • exclusion of British and Australasian vessels from trade between the United States and 201
  • Hawaiian Islands: representations against application of Chinese-exclusion laws to 91
  • Hayball, James H.: claim v. Peru 427
  • Hay-Pauncefote treaty 241243
  • Hine, Rafael F., born in Costa Rica of an American father: citizenship of 420
  • History, diplomatic, of the Chinese immigration treaties 76
  • Hoiland, Johannes P.: military-service case in Norway 487
  • Holiday, national, of Siam: congratulations on occasion of 456

I.

  • Ill-treatment and arrest of Thomas de St. Bris in Belgium 17
  • Immigrants, Japanese: detention at Seattle, Wash., and deportation of 366
  • Immigration treaties, Chinese: diplomatic history of 76
  • Immunities:
    • consular: liability of employees of United States consulates to German compulsory insurance tax 172
    • diplomatic: testimony of United States diplomatic representatives in foreign courts 302
  • Imprisonment:
    • of American citizens, railway employees, in Mexico 407
    • of George Melville, a British subject, in Bolivia: good offices of United States minister in behalf of 24
  • Increase in street-railway fares: riots in Rio de Janeiro over 30
  • Indemnity:
    • claims of United States citizens against Turkey: settlement of 518
    • demanded of China by the powers: bond for payment of 129
    • payment of, on account of sacking of American Baptist Church at Nictheroy, Brazil 28
    • suit of Mrs. Fenice Ferrara, an Italian subject, in a Colorado court: remedies in local courts must be exhausted before diplomatic action may properly be taken 305
  • Insurance tax, German compulsory: liability of employees of United States consulates to 172
  • Interests:
    • American—
      • protection by British consul in the Kongo Free State 205
      • protection by British consuls in Turkey 521
    • British: protection by United States consul in the Azores 224
    • Colombian: protection by United States representatives in Venezuela 551
  • International policy of Ecuador 145
  • Interoceanic canal: treaty 237
  • Iowa, U. S. S.: visit to Salvador 420
  • Islands:
  • Italy:
    • citizenship of a child born in the United States of alien parents 303
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 311
    • diplomatic immunities: testimony of United States diplomatic representatives in foreign courts 302
    • indemnity suit of Mrs. Fenice Ferrara, an Italian subject, in a Colorado court: remedies in local courts must be exhausted before diplomatic action may be properly taken 305
    • liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and expatriation laws of their native country 282
    • lynching of persons of Italian origin at Erwin, Miss 283
    • sovereignty of Italy over Somaliland recognized by Sultan Osman Mahmud 299

J.

  • Japan:
    • alleged discrimination in the United States against Japanese in the matter of quarantine 375
    • assistance rendered United States transport Hancock by Japanese navy 385
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 384
    • detention at Seattle, Wash., and deportation of Japanese immigrants 366
    • expiatory mission to Japan of Na Tung, special envoy of the Emperor of China 384
    • monument erected in Japan in commemoration of the advent of Commodore Perry, U. S. Navy, in July, 1853 378
    • registration of titles to perpetual leases in Japan 313
  • Jensen, Lars Chris., a former subject of Denmark: citizenship of 135
  • Jew: protection in Russia of a naturalized American 446
  • Jews: right to three months’ sojourn in Palestine 516
  • Joint action against anarchists: proposed by Germany and Russia 196
  • Junta, Filipino, at Madrid, and petition of Isabelo de los Reyes, one of its members, for permission to return to the Philippine Islands 471
  • Just, Robert H.: military service case in Germany 168

K.

  • Kaiser Wilhelm Canal: passage of United States naval vessels through 184
  • Kammerer, Karl: military-service case in Germany 171
  • Kauffmann, Henry: military-service case in Germany 167
  • Kennan, George: expulsion from Russia 451
  • Kentucky, U. S. S.: courtesies to, by Turkish officials 514
  • Koch, Friedrich: military-service case in Germany 170
  • Koenigsberger, Siegfried: confiscation of silver coin which he attempted to smuggle out of Guatemala 252
  • Kongo Free State: protection of American interests by British consul 205
  • Korea:
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 405
    • treaty rights of United States citizens in interior of Korea 387
  • Kuechlin, Max: military-service case in Germany 168
  • Kupfer, Carl F.: passport application of: passport issued by the Department should always be accepted prima facie as proof of citizenship 508
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L.

  • Lassonne, Mrs. Louisa, widow of a naturalized United States citizen, residing without the United States: passport application of 442
  • Laws:
    • alien, of 1870: rights of British subjects in Cuba are governed by 225
    • educational and registry, of Ecuador 144
    • exclusion (see Exclusion laws, etc).
    • of the United States: question as to whether they have worked hardship to subjects of China 78
  • Leases, perpetual, in Japan: registration of titles to 313
  • Liability of employees of United States consulates to German compulsory insurance tax 172
  • Liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and expatriation laws of their native country:
    • in Austria-Hungary 7
    • in Belgium 16
    • in Denmark 139
    • in France 153
    • in Germany 160
    • in Greece 247
    • in Italy 282
    • in Netherlands 418
    • in Persia 424
    • in Portugal 439
    • in Roumania 441
    • in Russia 453
    • in Servia 455
    • in Sweden and Norway 486
    • in Switzerland 499
    • in Turkey 515
  • Liberia: condolences on assassination of President McKinley 406
  • Li Hung-chang, Earl: death of 132
  • Lilly white, Charles, a naturalized citizen of the United States: award by Great Britain of £600 to, on account of his arrest, false imprisonment, and deportation from New Zealand to England 231
  • List of papers, with subjects of correspondence, of this volume LV
  • Llaveria y Pascual, Benito: military-service case in Spain 464
  • Lynching of persons of Italian origin at Erwin, Miss 283

M.

  • Madrid, Filipino Junta at: and petition of Isabelo de los Reyes, one of its members, for permission to return to the Philippine Islands 471
  • Mahmud, Sultan Osman: recognition of sovereignty of Italy over Somaliland 299
  • Manila: claim of Marty & d’Abbadie v. United States on account of detention of steamship Sullberg at 147
  • Margarita, Island of: visit of U. S. S. Mayflower to 547
  • Marriage of Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands 416
  • Marty & d’Abbadie: claim v. United States on account of detention of steamship Sullberg at Manila 147
  • Massacre of soldiers in Bolivia: punishment of offenders 26
  • Mayer, Sigmund: military service case in Germany 168
  • Mayflower, U. S. S.: visit to the Island of Margarita 547
  • McKinley, President (see Condolences on assassination of).
  • Medicines of American manufacture: refusal of permission for sale in Portugal of certain 435
  • Meisner, Hermann E.: military-service case in Germany 170
  • Melville, George, a British subject imprisoned in Bolivia: good offices of United States minister in behalf of 24
  • Merchant vessels:
    • deserters from: no law or regulation in the United States providing for their punishment 483
    • previous notice to consuls of service of writ of attachment on, not required by Article XII, consular convention of 1871 between the United States and Germany 161
  • Message:
    • of good will of the President of the United States: German Emperor’s response to 191
    • of the President of the United States to the Congress IX
  • Metzger. John D., & Co.: claims v. Haiti 262
  • Metzger, Lawrence M.: military service case in Germany 170
  • Mexico:
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 415
    • imprisonment of American citizens, railway employees, in 407
  • Meyer, August: military service case in Germany 170
  • Meyers, Sigmund: military service case in Germany 168
  • Military and expatriation laws of their native country: liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under (see Liability of naturalized citizens, etc.).
  • Military service cases of:
    • Balz, Xaver Sylvester, in Germany 167
    • Britten, Nick, in Germany 170
    • Ebken, Diedrich, in Germany 168
    • Economopoulos, Louis (Leonidas), in Greece 247
    • Gent, Michael, Nicholas, and Mathias, in Germany 167
    • Golus, Ladislaus, in Germany 167
    • Haberle, (John) Jacob, in Germany 168
    • Hoiland, Johannes P., in Norway 487
    • Just, Robert H., in Germany 168
    • Kammerer, Karl, in Germany 171
    • Kauffmann, Henry, in Germany 167
    • Koch, Friedrich, in Germany 170
    • Kuechlin, Max, in Germany 168
    • Llaveria y Pascual, Benito, in Spain 464
    • Meisner, Herrmann E., in Germany 170
    • Metzger, Lawrence M., in Germany 170
    • Meyer, August, in Germany 170
    • Meyers (Mayer), Sigmund, in Germany 168
    • Nachtigall, Alfred, in Germany 167
    • Seitz, Gustav A., in Germany 168
    • Sörensen, Sören L., in Denmark 136
    • Stern, Siegmund, in Germany 168
    • Wiess, Louis, in Germany 168
  • Missionaries:
    • claims of, against China; direct settlement with Chinese officials 97
      • Mormon:
        • expulsion from Germany 165
        • permission to visit Denmark 140
    • troubles: sacking of American Baptist Church at Nictheroy, Brazil, and payment of indemnity 28
  • Missions, expiatory:
    • to Germany, of Prince Tschun of China 187
    • to Japan, of Na Tung, special envoy of the Emperor of China 384
  • “Moltke,” German schoolship: visit to United States, Porto Rican, and Cuban ports 190
  • Monuments:
    • erected in Japan in commemoration of the advent of Commodore Perry, U. S. Navy, in July, 1853 378
    • to John Ericsson at Stockholm 495
  • Mormon missionaries:
    • expulsion from Germany 165
    • permission to visit Denmark 140
  • Mytilene: seizure by France of Turkish custom-house at 529

N.

  • Nachtigall, Alfred: military-service case in Germany 167
  • Na Tung, special envoy of the Emperor of China: expiatory mission to Japan 384
  • National holiday of Siam: congratulations on occasion of 456
  • Nationality in ceded or relinquished territory: Royal Spanish decree determining question of 473
  • Naturalization:
    • applications for: construction of words “resided uninterruptedly” in 519
    • of parents: passport applications of persons claiming citizenship through 206
  • Naturalized:
    • citizen of Jewish faith: protection of in Russia 446
    • citizens of the United States: liability of, under military and expatriation laws of their native country (see Liability of naturalized citizens, etc.).
    • Germans: restrictions on sojourn in their country of origin 175
  • Netherlands:
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 419
    • liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and expatriation laws of their native country 418
    • marriage of Queen Wilhelmina 416
  • Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Salvador:
    • citizenship of Rafael F. Hine, born in Costa Rica of an American father 420
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 422
    • visit of U. S. S. Iowa and Philadelphia to Salvador 420
  • Nictheroy, Brazil: sacking of American Baptist Church at, and payment of indemnity 28
  • Nobel prizes: first annual award of 497
  • Norway (see Sweden and Norway).
  • Notice, previous, to consuls of service on merchant vessels of writ of attachment not required under Article XII, consular convention of 1871 between the United States and Germany 161

O.

  • Officials, Chinese: direct settlement of claims of missionaries against China with 97
  • Opening of the port of Emden, Germany 190
  • Opposition to bill consolidating public debt of Argentine Republic: state of siege declared in Buenos Ayres on account of public disorder caused by 2
  • Orinoco River: visit of the U. S. S. Scorpion to 541
  • Oscar, King of Sweden and Norway: reassumption of Government by 486
  • Osman Mahmud, Sultan: recognition of sovereignty of Italy over Somali-land 299

P.

  • Palestine: right of Jews to three months’ sojourn in 516
  • Paraguay (see Uruguay and Paraguay).
  • Pascual, Benito Llaveria y: military-service case in Spain 464
  • Passage of United States naval vessels through Kaiser Wilhelm Canal 184
  • Passport applications:
    • of a native of the island of Guam 484
    • of a Porto Rican 32
    • of Frank H. Bowers 1
    • of Mrs. Louisa Lassone, widow of a naturalized United States citizen, residing without the United States 442
    • of persons born in the United States: production of certificate of father’s naturalization not to be required 178
    • of persons claiming United States citizenship through naturalization of parents 206
  • Passports:
    • denied to Carl Schimaneck 11
    • issued by the Department should always be accepted prima facie as proof of citizenship (application of Carl F. Kupfer) 508
    • of Demetrius Chryssanthides: construction of words “resided uninterruptedly “in applications for naturalization 519
    • of Emile Stolz: cancellation of, by United States legation at Berne, because of Stolz’s continued residence without the United States 509
  • Payment of indemnity demanded of China by the powers: bond for 129
  • Permission:
    • for Mormon missionaries to visit Denmark 140
    • for sale in Portugal of certain medicines of American manufacture: refusal of 435
  • Perpetual leases in Japan: registration of titles to 313
  • Perry, Commodore, U. S. Navy: monument erected in Japan in commemoration of the advent of, in July, 1853 378
  • Persia:
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 424
    • congratulations of the Shah on the accession of President Roosevelt 425
    • congratulations on the anniversary of the Shah’s birthday 425
    • liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and expatriation laws of their native country 424
  • Peru:
    • claim of Fowks, William J. 430
    • claim of Hayball, James H 427
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 434
  • Petition of Isabelo de los Reyes, a member of the Filipino junta at Madrid, for permission to return to the Philippine Islands 471
  • Philadelphia, U. S. S.; visit to Salvador 420
  • Philippine Islands:
    • exclusion of Chinese persons from 213
    • representations against extension of Chinese-exclusion laws to 75, 91, 93
  • Policy, international, of Ecuador 145
  • Political disturbances in Argentine Republic: state of siege declared in Buenos Ayres on account of public disorder caused by opposition to bill consolidating public debt 2
  • Port of Emden, Germany: opening of 190
  • Porto Ricans:
    • passport application of 32
    • protection by representatives of the United States of 457
    • registration of, in Spain 480
  • Portugal:
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 440
    • liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and expatriation laws of their native country 439
    • refusal of permission for sale in Portugal of certain medicines of American manufacture 435
  • Powers, foreign: encroachments in foreign settlements at Tientsin, China 39
  • President Errázuriz of Chile: death of, and condolences of the United States 36
  • President of the United States:
  • Previous notice to consuls of service on merchant vessels of writ of attachment not required under Article XII, consular convention of 1871, between the United States and Germany 161
  • Prince Tschun, of China: expiatory mission to Germany 187
  • Prizes, Nobel: first annual award of 497
  • Proof of citizenship: passport issued by the Department should always be accepted as prima facie (application by Carl F. Kupfer) 508
  • Protection:
    • of American interests—
      • by British consuls in the Kongo Free State 205
      • by British consuls in Turkey 521
    • by United States representatives—
      • of a naturalized American citizen of Jewish faith, in Russia 446
      • of British interests in the Azores 224
      • of Colombian interests in Venezuela 551
      • of Porto Ricans, Cubans, and Filipinos 457
      • of Swiss citizens in Egypt 504
  • Public debt of Argentine Republic: bill consolidating: state of siege declared in Buenos Ayres on account of public disorder caused by opposition to 2
  • Punishment:
    • of deserters from merchant vessels: no law or regulation in the “United States providing for 483
    • of murderers of Bolivian soldiers 26

Q.

  • Quarantine: alleged discrimination in the United States against Japanese in the matter of 375
  • Queen Victoria: death of 208
  • Queen Wilhelmina, of the Netherlands: marriage of 416

R.

  • Railway:
    • employees, American citizens: imprisonment in Mexico 407
    • fares, street: riots in Rio de Janeiro over increase in 30
  • Ramsden, Frederick W., late British consul-general at Santiago de Cuba: erection of tablet in memory of 215
  • Reassumption of Government of Sweden and Norway by King Oscar 486
  • Reception of German legation to German colony at Caracas and officers of German war ship Vineta 554
  • Reenactment of Chinese-exclusion laws as affecting the United States and Territories, and extension to the Philippine Islands: representations against 759193
  • Refusal:
    • by Turkish officials to issue traveling teskéréh to the Rev. R. M. Cole 523
    • of permission for sale in Portugal of certain medicines of America manufacture 435
  • Registration:
    • of Cubans and Porto Ricans in Spain 480
    • of titles to perpetual leases in Japan 313
  • Registry and educational laws of Ecuador 144
  • Relations, friendly, of United States legation with Governments of Uruguay and Paraguay 532
  • Relinquished or ceded territory: royal Spanish decree determining questions of nationality in 473
  • Remains of the late Lieut. S. E. Wood worth, U. S. Navy: courtesies of Chilean officials in connection with removal of 33
  • Remedies in local courts must be exhausted before diplomatic action may properly be taken: indemnity suit of Mrs. Fenice Ferrara, an Italian subject, in a Colorado court 305
  • Removal of remains of the late Lieut. S. E. Wood worth, U. S. Navy: courtesies of Chilean officials in connection with 33
  • Representations against reenactment of Chinese-exclusion laws as affecting the United States and Territories, and extension to the Philippine Islands 759193
  • “Resided uninterruptedly:” construction of phrase in applications for naturalization 519
  • Restrictions on sojurn in their country of origin of Germans naturalized in the United States 175
  • Revolution, Castro: claims of foreigners against Venezuela, growing out of 550
  • Reyes, Isabelo de los, a member of the Filipino junta at Madrid: petition for permission to return to the Philippine Islands 471
  • Richter, John: expulsion from Austria-Hungary 8
  • Right:
    • of expatriation denied Emile Robin (France) 156
    • of Jews to three months’ sojourn in Palestine 516
  • Rights:
    • of British subjects in Cuba are not governed by treaties, either with the United States or Spain, but by alien law of 1870 225
    • treaty, of United States citizens in interior of Korea 387
  • Rio de Janeiro: riots over increase in street-railway fares 30
  • Riots:
    • at Athens, caused by the translation of the Bible into vulgar Greek 250
    • in Rio de Janeiro over increase in street-railway fares 30
  • Robin, Emile: right of expatriation denied by France 156
  • Roosevelt:
    • President: accession of 6
    • President: congratulations of Shah of Persia on accession of 425
  • Roumania:
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 441
    • liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and expatriation laws of their native country 441
  • Royal decree, Spanish, determining questions of nationality in ceded or relinquished territory 473
  • Russia:
    • anarchists, proposed joint action against 196
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 453
    • expulsion of George Kennan from Russia 451
    • liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and expatriation laws of their native country 453
    • passport application of Mrs. Louisa Lassonne, widow of a naturalized United States citizen, residing without the United States 442
    • protection in Russia of a naturalized American citizen of Jewish faith 446

S.

  • Sacking of American Baptist Church at Nictheroy, Brazil, and payment of indemnity 28
  • Sale in Portugal of certain medicines of American manufacture: refusal of permission for 435
  • Salvador (see Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Salvador).
  • Santiago de Cuba: erection of tablet in memory of Frederick W. Ramsden, late British consul-general at 215
  • Schaaf, Max Friedrich: expulsion from Germany 158
  • Schimaneck, Carl: passport denied to 11
  • School-ships:
    • Brazilian, Benjamin Constant: visit to the United States 27
    • German, Moltke and Stein: visit to United States, Porto Rican, and Cuban ports 190
  • Scorpion, U. S. S.: visit to the Orinoco River 541
  • Scotland: courtesies shown U. S. S. Hartford in 231
  • Seamen, Filipino, held not to be citizens of the United States 199
  • Seattle, Wash.: detention and deportation of Japanese immigrants 366
  • Seitz, Gustav: military-service case in Germany 168
  • Seizure by France of Turkish custom-house at Mytilene 529
  • Servia:
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 455
    • liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and expatriation laws of their native country 455
  • Service on merchant vessels of writ of attachment: previous notice to consuls not required under Article XII, consular convention of 1871 between the United States and Germany 161
  • Settlement:
    • direct, with Chinese officials of claims of missionaries against China 97
    • of indemnity claims of United States citizens against Turkey 518
  • Settlements, foreign, in China: encroachments of various powers at Tientsin 39
  • Shah of Persia:
    • congratulations on accession of President Roosevelt 425
    • congratulations on anniversary of birthday of 425
  • Siam:
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 456
    • congratulations on occasion of national holiday of Siam 456
  • Siege, state of, declared in Buenos Ayres on account of public disorder caused by opposition to bill consolidating public debt 2
  • Silver coin which Siegfried Koenigsberger attempted to smuggle out of Guatemala: confiscation of 252
  • Sojourn:
    • in their country of origin of Germans naturalized in the United States: restrictions on 175
    • of Jews in Palestine: right to three months 516
  • Soldiers in Bolivia: massacre of: punishment of offenders 26
  • Somaliland: sovereignty of Italy recognized by Sultan Osman Mahmud 299
  • Sörensen, Sören L.: military-service case in Denmark 136
  • South Africa: claims of United States citizens v. Great Britain on account of deportation from 216
  • Sovereignty of Italy over Somaliland recognized by Sultan Osman Mahmud 299
  • Spain:
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 483
    • consent of Spanish Government to assist the United States Government in procuring evidence to defend claims assumed by the latter under the treaty of peace 477
    • courtesies shown by a Spanish naval officer to United States naval officers at Habana 463
    • deserters from merchant vessels: no law or regulation in the United States providing for their punishment 483
    • Filipino junta at Madrid, and petition of Isabelo de los Reyes, one of its members, for permission to return to the Philippine Islands 471
    • military-service case of Benito Llaveria y Pascual 464
    • passport application of a native of the island of Guam 484
    • protection by representatives of the United States of Porto Ricans, Cubans, and Filipinos 457
    • registration of Cubans and Porto Ricans in Spain 480
    • royal decree determining questions of nationality in ceded or relinquished territory 473
  • Special envoy of the Emperor of China, Na Tung: expiatory mission to Japan 384
  • State of siege declared in Buenos Ayres on account of public disorder caused by opposition to bill consolidating public debt 2
  • St. Bris, Thomas de: arrest and ill-treatment of, in Belgium 17
  • Stein, German schoolship: visit to United States, Porto Rican, and Cuban ports 190
  • Stern, Siegmund: military-service case in Germany 168
  • Stockholm: unveiling of monument to John Ericsson at 495
  • Stolz, Emile: cancellation of passport of, by United States legation at Berne because of Stolz’s continued residence without the United States 509
  • Street-railway fares: riots in Rio de Janeiro over increase in 30
  • Students, Chinese:
    • alleged: case of Yip Wah and others 59
    • Tong Tseng: case of 68
  • Subjects of correspondence and list of papers in this volume LV
  • Suit, indemnity, of Mrs. Fenice Ferrara, an Italian subject, in a Colorado court: remedies in local courts must be exhausted before diplomatic action may properly be taken 305
  • Sullberg, steamship: claim of Marty & d’Abbadie v. United States on account of detention of at Manila 147
  • Sultan Osman Mahmud: recognition of sovereignty of Italy over Somali-land 299
  • Supplementary treaty of extradition between the United States and Great Britain 222
  • Sweden and Norway:
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 494
    • first annual award of the Nobel prizes 497
    • liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and expatriation laws of their native country 486
    • military service case of Johannes P. Hoiland 487
    • reassumption of Government by King Oscar 486
    • unveiling of monument to John Ericsson at Stockholm 495
  • Switzerland:
    • cancellation of passport of Emile Stolz by United States legation at Berne because of Stolz’s continued residence without the United States 509
    • citizenship of a son born in France of an American father and a French mother prior to their marriage 511
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 512
    • liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and expatriation laws of their native country 499
    • passports issued by Department should always be accepted prima facie as proof of citizenship (application of Carl F. Kupfer) 508
    • protection by United States officials of Swiss citizens in Egypt 504
    • treaty between the United States and Switzerland for the extradition of criminals 500

T.

  • Table of contents of this volume III
  • Tablet in memory of Frederick W. Ramsden, late British consul-general at Santiago de Cuba: erection of 215
  • Tax, German compulsory insurance: liability of employees of United States consulates to 172
  • Telegram from legation to United States consular agent at Barcelona, Venezuela: delay in transmission of 534
  • Teskéréh, traveling: refusal of Turkish officials to issue to the Rev. R. M. Cole 523
  • Testimony of United States diplomatic representatives in foreign courts 302
  • Tientsin, China: foreign settlements at: encroachments of various powers 39
  • Titles to perpetual leases in Japan: registration of 313
  • Tonnage dues in Haiti on American vessels 276
  • Trade between the United States and Hawaii: exclusion of British and Australasian vessels from 201
  • Training ship “General Baquedano,” Chilean: visit to the United States 35
  • Translation of the Bible into vulgar Greek: riot at Athens caused by 250
  • Traveling teskéréh: refusal of Turkish officials to issue to the Rev. R. M. Cole 523
  • Treaties:
    • Chinese immigration: diplomatic history of 76
    • Clayton-Bulwer, of April 19, 1850 238
    • extradition of criminals, between the United States and Switzerland 500
    • extradition, supplementary, between the United States and Great Britain 222
    • Hay-Pauncefote (interoceanic canal) 241243
    • interoceanic canal 237
    • rights of British subjects in Cuba are not governed by, but by Alien law of 1870 225
  • Treaty rights of United States citizens in the interior of Korea 387
  • Troubles, missionary: sacking of American Baptist Church at Nictheroy, Brazil, and payment of indemnity 28
  • Tschun, Prince, of China: expiatory mission to Germany 187
  • Tseng, Tong: Chinese student: case of 68
  • Turkey:
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 529
    • courtesies to U. S. S. “Kentucky” by Turkish officials 514
    • indemnity claims of United States citizens: settlement of 518
    • liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and expatriation laws of their native country 515
    • passport of Demetrius Chryssanthides: construction of words “resided uninterruptedly” in applications for naturalization 519
    • protection of American interests by British consuls in Turkey 521
    • refusal by Turkish officials to issue traveling teskéréh to the Rev. R. M. Cole 523
    • right of Jews to three months’ sojourn in Palestine 516
    • seizure by France of custom-house at Mytilene 529

U.

  • “Unauthorized” emigration from Germany: fine on Paul N. Friedlaender for 180
  • Unfair and harsh enforcement of Chinese-exclusion laws: complaints of alleged 72
  • Unveiling of monument to John Ericsson at Stockholm 495
  • Uruguay and Paraguay:
    • citizenship of minor son of a United States citizen, born and residing without the United States 531
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 533
    • friendly relations of United States legation with Governments of Uruguay and Paraguay 532

V.

  • Venezuela:
    • arrest and release of United States consular agent at Barcelona, and delay in transmission of legation’s telegram 534
    • claims of foreigners against Venezuela, growing out of the Castro revolution 550
    • condolences on assassination of President McKinley 553
    • difficulty of Germany with 192
    • protection by United States representatives of Colombian interests in Venezuela 551
    • reception at German legation to German colony at Caracas and officers of German warship Vineta 554
    • visit of the U. S. S. Mayflower to the island of Margarita 547
    • visit of the U. S. S. Scorpion to the Orinoco River 541
  • Vessels:
    • American tonnage dues in Haiti 276
    • British and Australasian: exclusion from trade between the United States and Hawaii 201
    • courtesies:
      • to U. S. S. Annapolis by commandant of French naval station at Algiers 154
      • to U. S. S. Hartford in Scotland 231
      • to U. S. S. Kentucky by Turkish officials 514
    • German war ship Vineta: reception at German legation at Caracas to officers of 554
    • merchant:
      • deserters from: no law or regulation in the United States providing for their punishment 483
      • previous notice to consuls of service of writ of attachment on, not required by Article XII, consular convention of 1871 between the United States and Germany 161
    • United States naval: passage through Kaiser Wilhelm Canal 184
    • visit of:
      • Brazilian school-ship Benjamin Constant to the United States 27
      • Chilean training ship General Baquedano to the United States 35
      • German school-ships Moltke and Stein to United States, Porto Rican, and Cuban ports 190
      • U. S. S. Brooklyn to Australia and New Zealand on occasion of tour of Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York 214
      • U. S. S. Mayflower to the island of Margarita 547
      • U. S. S. Scorpion to the Orinoco River 541
  • Victoria, Queen: death of 208
  • Vineta, German war ship: reception at German legation at Caracas to officers of 554

W.

  • Wan, Yip: alleged Chinese student: case of 59
  • Wa, Lam Chung, a Chinese naturalized in Hawaii prior to August 12, 1898, and subsequently residing in China: citizenship of 130
  • Wiess, Louis: military-service case in Germany 168
  • Wilhelmina, Queen of the Netherlands: marriage of 416
  • Wood worth, Lieut. S. E., U. S. Navy: courtesies of Chilean officials in connection with removal of the remains of the late 33
  • Writ of attachment: previous notice to consuls of service on merchant vessels not required under Article XII, consular convention of 1871 between the United States and Germany 161