Index

A.

  • Admiral Ching and Admiral Count Togo referred to xviii xix
  • Albania, expulsion of American citizen from 738
  • Albania referred to in the President’s message xix
  • Aliens not granted political amnesty 506, 508, 511
  • Alsop & Co. v. Chile, award in arbitration case of ix, 38 53
  • American citizens in—
    • Argentina; presentation of statue of Washington 5
    • China; right to own land outside of foreign concession 82
    • Dominican Republic; assault upon—
      • customs inspector 167
      • naval officer 168
    • Guatemala; rights when under arrest 274
    • Honduras; implication in illegal expedition 307
    • Italy; welfare in war between Italy and Turkey xx
    • Japan; jurisdiction over, in Chosen 320 336
    • Liberia; as financial representative of Liberia 342 347
    • Mexico—
      • general remarks 349, 353
      • attacks upon and feeling against 348 525 passim
      • kidnapped on disputed territory 605 614
      • Chinese naturalized American citizens 64, 617
      • imprisonment of 618
    • Nicaragua; as claims commissioners xvi, 625 647
    • Persia; as financial assistant 679 686
      • status as American citizen when so employed 685
    • Russia—
      • passports denied to American Jews xxi, xxii, 695
      • attitude toward Mr. Shuster as a Persian official 685
    • Turkey; expulsion from Albania without reason given 738
  • American commission to Liberia—
  • American loans:
  • American merchant marine xxvi
  • American products xvii
  • American troops in Mexico for protection of Colorado River works 560 565
  • Amiable compositeur. See King George V.
  • Amnesty suggested in Lower California insurrection 506, 508, 511
  • Arbitration:
    • Argentina-Brazil boundary decision referred to 29
    • Arica-Tacna. See Tacna.
    • Brazil; treaty with the United States; text 34
    • bubonic plague in Manchuria 56
    • Chile, Alsop & Co. claim; text of award 38 53
    • Costa Rica-Panama; the Chief Justice of the United States as arbitrator x, 674
    • Cuba; request of the President of the United States to arbitrate foreign claims 126
    • Dominican Republic 138, 151, 158 166
    • Ecuador-Peru 177
    • France; reference to treaty with United States ix
    • Great Britain—
      • special agreement with the United States relating to pecuniary claims; text 266
      • good offices in Chamizal boundary dispute 570
      • good offices in Alsop claims case 38
      • conference on application of fisheries award 271, 272
      • proposal to arbitrate claims against Cuba 126
    • Haiti 133, 151, 158 166
    • Honduras 291
    • Nicaragua 625
    • Mexico; Chamizal tract 565
    • Pan American conventions referred to xxv
    • Peru-Ecuador 177
    • Venezuela; Orinoco S. S. Co. v 749
    • references in the President’s message ix xi, xxi, xxv
  • Argentina:
    • depositary of ratifications of certain conventions xxv
    • mediation in boundary dispute between Ecuador and Peru 177
    • message of the President, Dr. Roque Saenz Peña 4
    • most-favored-nation clause of commercial treaties construed 4
    • protest against Brazilian “preferential tariff in favor of the United States 31
    • Sarmiento, centenary of Domingo Faustino 7
    • Sarmiento, visit of school ship 9
    • Washington, statue of, presented by American citizens 5
  • Armistice 284 285, 475, 486, 492
  • Arms, commercial purchase of. See Mexico, neutrality of United States.
  • Assassination of Dominican President 174
  • Assault on American officers. See Dominican Republic.
  • Austria-Hungary:
    • extradition cases; trial of military fugitives by military courts 10, 11
    • obscene publications, adherence to international arrangement relating to 194

B.

  • Bahía Honda naval station 110 125 passim
  • Balkan countries referred to xix
  • Banking, extension of American, referred to xxviii
  • Belgium:
    • American consular representation in the Kongo State recognized 13
    • Kongo State consular representation merged in that of Belgium 13
    • maritime law of collisions and salvage; texts of draft conventions 14
    • obscene publications, adherence to treaty relating to 194
  • Blockade, notice concerning 283
  • Bombardment, protest against illegal 282
  • Boundary disputes between—
  • Brazil:
    • arbitration convention with the United States 34
    • mediation in boundary dispute between Ecuador and Peru 177
    • message of the President, Marechal Hermes Rodrigues da Fonseca 29
    • obscene publications, adherence to international arrangement relating to 194
    • preferential tariff concessions in favor of American products 30
  • Brussels conference on maritime law 14
  • Brussels sugar convention 100
  • Buenos Aires conventions referred to xxv
  • Bureau of American Republics referred to xvii
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C.

  • Cáceres, Ramón, President of Dominican Republic, assassination of 174
  • Canadian treaty waters 271
  • Canal Zone, treaties relating to 88
  • Carnegie, Mr. Andrew. See Costa Rica.
  • Carranza, Gen. Venustiano, provisional governor of Coahuila 495
  • Central America referred to xvi
  • Central American court of justice 89, 93
  • Chambers of foreign commerce suggested xxvii
  • Chamizal tract arbitration xi, 565 605
  • Changsha indemnity claims, payment of 79
  • Chester, assault on commanding officer of U. S. S. 168
  • Chief Justice of the United States as arbitrator x, 674
  • Children of citizens, foreign-born 2
  • Chile:
    • arbitration of claim of Alsop & Co.—
    • boundary dispute between Ecuador and Peru, participation in 180, 184, 186
    • mediation in Mexico, offer of 485 486
    • message of the President, Ramón Barros Luco 37
  • China:
    • Changsha indemnity claims, payment of 79
    • foreign concessions in Tientsin, right to own land outside 82
    • loans, reference to xvii- xviii, 86
    • naturalization of Chinese by other Governments 64
    • opium question, Joint International Commission xxiv, 54
    • plague in Manchuria 56
    • railways in Manchuria, Russo-Japanese agreement as to 81
    • taxation of foreign products in Manchuria 72
    • visit of the cruiser Hai-chi to the United States xviii, 83
  • Chinese in Hawaii and Philippine Islands 64 72
  • Chinese, protection of, in Mexico by American consul 615 618
  • Chosen (Korea):
    • consular jurisdiction over Americans under arrest 320
    • consular records, validity of 320
    • extraterritorial jurisdiction in 320
    • foreign settlements, control of funds and property of 320
  • Chronological list of papers in this volume xxxi
  • Científicos of Mexico 349, 368, 494
  • Circulars:
    • Expatriation 1
    • declaration of foreign-born children 2
    • registration of citizens of Porto Rico and the Philippine Islands 2
    • rules to prevent collision of vessels 3
  • Citizenship:
    • Chinese naturalized American citizens 64, 617
    • foreign-born children of American parents 2
    • interpretation of treaty of 1869 with Norway and Sweden 672
    • registration of, in Philippine Islands and Porto Rico 2
    • status of Chinese in Hawaii and Philippine Islands previous to annexation 64 72
    • status of Persian official as American citizen 685
  • Civil service applied to diplomatic and consular services, reference to xxviii
  • Claims:
    • Chile; Alsop & Co., arbitration award; reference, ix; text 38 53
    • China; Changsha indemnity payment 79
    • Cuba—
      • insurrections prior to 1898; proposal of claimants (France, Germany, and Great Britain), to arbitrate; proposal by Cuba to the President of the United States to arbitrate 126
      • intervention in 1906–1909 by the United States 132
    • France. See Cuba; Nicaragua.
    • Germany. See Cuba; Nicaragua.
    • Great Britain—
      • arbitration of pecuniary claims, special agreement with the United States for; text 266
    • Haiti 282
    • Nicaragua; establishment of claims commission; attitude of certain European powers xvi, 625 647
    • Pan American special agreement for arbitration of claims xxv
    • Mexico; damages done by filibusters; claim by the United States 500
    • Spitzbergen Islands; reference to American claims xxii
  • Claimants must exhaust remedies at law before resorting to diplomatic measures 643 647
  • Collision of vessels 3, 14
  • Colombia:
    • Costa Rica boundary arbitration x
    • Ecuador, reference to treaties with 179, 181
    • Ecuador-Peru boundary dispute, participation in 88
    • message of the President, Carlos E. Restrepo 87
    • reference to, in the President’s message x
    • report of the minister for foreign affairs 88
    • treaties with the United States and Panama relating to the canal 88
  • Comity, extradition granted as an act of 10
  • Commerce xx, xxvii, 30, 72, 198
  • Conferences. See Brussels; Hague; London; International conferences.
  • Congo. See Kongo.
  • Conspiracy, prosecution for 523
  • Constitutional powers exceeded by the President of Mexico 612 613
  • Consuls, American:
    • depositaries of funds—
    • relations with de facto government 481, 483
  • Consular duties and jurisdiction 274, 320, 398, 455, 460, 481, 483, 615, 618
  • Consular representation in the Kongo State, American 13
  • Consular Service; civil-service rules applied to xxviii
  • Consulates, American, attacks on in Mexico 349, 353, 379, 435, 438, 449, 454, 455, 485
  • Conventions. See Treaties.
  • Converse and Blatt, imprisonment in Mexico 614
  • Copyrights convention signed at Buenos Aires, reference to xxv
  • Coronation of His Majesty King George V xx, 251
  • Costa Rica:
    • boundary dispute with Panama, arbitration of 674
    • Central American Court of Justice, rebuilding of 89
      • convention relating to transfer of residence of 93
    • reference in the President’s message x
  • Courts, trial of extradited military fugitives by military 11
  • Cuba:
    • Bahia Honda, United States naval station at 110
    • claims against Cuba—
      • France, Germany, and Great Britain, insurrectionary claims of, arising prior to 1898; proposal of claimants to arbitrate; request of Cuba of the President of the United States to act as arbitrator 126
    • Guantánamo Harbor, United States naval station at 110
    • intervention of the United States, 1906–1909; correspondence concerning claims relating to 132
    • Isle of Pines, correspondence relating to the sovereignty of 135
    • reciprocity treaty with the United States, proposal of Cuba to amend and prolong it 94
    • seals and stamps for Cuban tobacco 108
    • sugar; proposal to adhere to the Brussels convention 100
    • tobacco and the reciprocity treaty 108
    • trade-marks, Cuban 108
  • Customs:
    • administration of Dominican 171
    • American inspector, assault upon, in Dominican Republic 107
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D.

  • Damages. See Claims.
  • Declaration of foreign-born children 2
  • Denmark: Adherence to international arrangement relating to obscene publications 194
  • Diplomatic Service referred to in the President’s message xxviii
  • Depositaries, consuls as 455, 460
  • Dominican Republic—
    • assault on an American inspector of customs 167
    • assault on commanding officer of U. S. S. Chester 168
    • boundary dispute with Haiti 151
    • President Ramón Cáeeres—
      • message to Congress 138
      • assassination of 174
    • President Eladio Victoria; assumption of provisional presidency 174
    • reference in the President’s message x
    • revolutionary movements 171
    • tariff modifications under treaty of 1907 with the United States 139
    • good offices of the United States 138, 151, 171

E.

  • Ecuador:
    • boundary dispute with Peru; mediation of the United States, Argentina, and Brazil 177 186
    • message of the President, Eloy Alfaro 176
    • revolution; overthrow of President Alfaro; assumption of the presidency by Emilio Estrada; his death 186 187
  • Exclusion act, waiver of Chinese 615
  • Expatriation, circular instruction relating to 1
  • Expatriation of Chinese naturalized by other Governments 64
  • Export duty on potash salts levied by Germany 198 242
  • Export duty, what constitutes 227
  • Expositions, international, at Rome and Turin 312
  • Expulsion of American citizens—
  • Extraditable offenses 607, 605 614
  • Extradition. See Austria-Hungary, 10; Japan, 336; France, 189; Mexico, 605; Salvador, 702; Spain, 716; Switzerland, 730.
  • Extraterritorial jurisdiction in Chosen 320

F.

  • Filibustering distinguished from insurgency 500, 501
  • Financial adviser, American:
    • China; reference to Dr. Vissering in the President’s message xviii
    • Liberia; appointment of Dr. R. P. Falkner 342
    • Persia; appointment of Mr. W. Morgan Shuster 679
  • Firing across international boundary 453
  • Fisheries in Canadian and Newfoundland treaty waters 271, 272
  • Flour and other products, preferential treatment of American 4, 30, 31 34
  • Foreign-born children of American parents 2
  • Foreign concessions in Tientsin 82
  • Foreign trade of the United States, reference to xxv
  • Foreign settlements in Chosen, control of funds and property 320
  • France:
    • arbitration of insurrection claims against Cuba proposed 126
    • boundary, Franco-Liberian 345
    • claims commission of Nicaragua, attitude toward 639 647
    • French doctor in public hygiene administration of Liberia 345
    • international arrangement relative to obscene publications 194
    • Liberian loan, participation in 344
    • reference in the President’s message ix, xvii
    • treaties—
      • adherence to international arrangement relating to obscene publications 194
      • extradition, with the United States; text 189
      • Franco-German convention relating to Morocco 621
  • Frederick the Great statue xxi
  • Freedom of the press and of speech in relation to neutrality 393, 502
  • Fur-seals, convention between the United States and Great Britain, and between the United States, Great Britain, Japan, and Russia, for the preservation of xxiii, 260

G.

  • George V, coronation of His Majesty xx, 251
  • Germany:
    • arbitration of insurrection claims against Cuba proposed 126
    • export duty on potash; discrimination against American buyer 198 242
    • Haiti, advances of money to revolutionists in 287
    • Liberian loan, participation in 344
    • Nicaraguan claims commission, attitude toward 636 647
    • obscene publications, adherence to treaty relating to 194
    • prize courts, international; concurrence in protocol 247
    • reference in President’s message xvii, xxi
    • Von Steuben statue presented by the United States 243
  • Good offices of the United States. See United States, good offices.
  • Great Britain:
    • arbitration award, conferences on application of North Atlantic Coast Fisheries, to existing regulations 271 272
    • arbitration of claim of Alsop & Co. v. Chile; text of award by King George V as amiable compositeur 38 53
    • arbitration of insurrectionary claims against Cuba proposed 126
    • arbitration of pecuniary claims, special arrangement with the United States relating to; text 266
    • arbitration of United States with Mexico, good offices in 570
    • coronation of His Majesty King George V 251
    • fur seals, treaty with the United States relating to; text 256
    • Liberian loan, participation in 344
    • Liberia-Sierra Leone boundary settlement 338
    • Nicaraguan claims commission, attitude toward 639 647
    • obscene publications, adherence to international arrangement relating to 194
    • Persia, attitude toward American financial adviser of 679
    • prize court, international, adherence to protocol concerning 247
    • references in the President’s message ix, xx, xvii, xxiii
  • Greece referred to in the President’s message xix
  • Guantánamo Harbor, United States naval station at 110 126
  • Guatemala, rights of American citizens in prison in 274

H.

  • Habeas corpus proceedings 614
  • Hague conference on opium in the Far East xxiv, 54
  • Hague Convention XII of the Second Peace Conference, for establishment of international prize court, correspondence concerning adherence to protocol thereto xxii, 247
  • Hague Permanent Court of Arbitration referred to 163, 177 186
  • Hai-chi, visit of Chinese cruiser xviii, 83
  • Haiti:
    • boundary dispute with the Dominican Republic 151
    • revolution 281 290
      • recognition by the United States of Le Conte Government 288
      • temporary refuge offered Preside at Simon 285
      • American loans safeguarded 288
      • good offices of the United States 281 290, passim
    • reference to, in the President’s message x
    • reference to, in the Dominican President’s message 138
  • Hawaii, status of Chinese citizens in, previous to annexation 64 72
  • Honduras:
    • revolution; friendly mediation of the United States; resignation of President Davila; election of Provisional President Bertrand; election of President Bonilla; status of the ship Hornet; prosecution of American citizens engaged in illegal expedition 291 307, passim
    • reference in the President’s message xvi
  • Hornet, status of the ship 307
  • Hukuang loan referred to in the President’s message xvii- xviii

I.

J.

  • Jaegers, Albert, sculptor; reference xxi
  • Japan:
    • Chosen (Korea), property rights of foreigners in 320 336
    • emigration of laborers to the United States 319
    • extradition of criminals from and to the Philippine Islands 336
    • extraterritorial jurisdiction in Chosen 320 336
    • references in the President’s message ix, xvii, xix, xxiii
    • religious missions in Chosen (Korea) 321 322
    • Russo-Japanese agreement as to Manchurian railways 81
    • treaties:
      • commerce and navigation, between the United States and Japan; and protocol of a provisional tariff arrangement; text 315
      • fur-seal, preservation of; between the United States, Japan, Great Britain, and Russia; text 260
  • Jews. See American citizens in Russia.
  • Joint execution of reclamation work by the United States and Mexico 536 565
  • Jurisdiction. See Consular duties and jurisdiction.

K.

  • Kanrè-Lahun, cession to Great Britain 338
  • Kidnapping of American citizens on soil claimed by the United States 605
  • King George V:
    • coronation of His Majesty xx, 251
    • amiable compositeur in Alsop & Co. v. Chile ix, 38 53
  • Kongo. See Belgium.
  • Korea. See Japan.

L.

  • Land ownership by foreigners:
  • Liberia:
    • American commission, report of 337
    • boundary settlement:
    • financial reform 342
    • message of the President 337
    • reference to xxii
  • List of papers in this volume, in chronological order by countries, with summaries of their contents xxxi
  • Loans:
    • American—
    • Chinese: Hukuang Ry.; currency reform reference to in the President’s message xvii, 86
  • London Naval Conference 248

M.

N.

  • Naturalization of Chinese by other Governments 64
  • Naturalized citizen, presumption of expatriation against 1
  • Naval conference, London 248
  • Naval station of the United States, at Guantanamo and Bahia Honda harbors. 110 126
  • Navigation:
    • rules of, to prevent collision of vessels 3
    • treaty of, between the United States and Japan 315
  • Navy, reference to in the President’s message xxvii
  • Netherlands:
    • adherence to international arrangement as to obscene publications 194
    • reference to in the President’s message xxii
    • international opium conference at The Hague. See China, 54.
  • Neutral financial adviser for China; reference in the President’s message xviii
  • Neutrality of the United States. See the President’s message, xi xvi; Ecuador, 185; Haiti, 286; Italy; Mexico: Political affairs: neutrality of the United States; Mexico: Colorado River: neutrality; Morocco, 621.
  • Newfoundland treaty waters; minutes of conference on award in North Atlantic Coast Fisheries Arbitration 271
  • Nicaragua:
    • claims commission, establishment of a mixed tribunal or 625
    • European powers, attitude of, toward mixed claims commission 639 et seq.
    • intervention, suggestion by President Diaz of a treaty with the United States relating to 670
    • loan contracts, approval of 668
    • presidency from Jan. 1, 1913, election of General Mena to the 668
    • prize court convention, international. See Great Britain, prize court.
    • recognition of President Estrada by the United States 649
    • recognition of President Díaz 661
    • reference in the President’s message xvi
    • Zelayista attempt at revolution; good offices of the United States 662
  • North American Tramway Co. of Bogota, diplomatic settlement of difficulties 87
  • North Atlantic Coast Fisheries Arbitration Award; minutes of conference on application of award, 271; on objections recorded in Protocol XXX 272
  • Norway, naturalization convention of 1869 interpreted 672
  • Nursing and detention of seditious persons in neutral country 409, 417

O.

  • Obscene publications, arrangement between the United States and other powers relative to xxv, 194
  • Opium Question in the Far East, joint international commission for nvestigating xxiv, 54
  • Ormai, Moritz, extradition from Austria-Hungary of 11
  • Orozco, insurgent chief 412
  • Ottoman Empire, reference to in the President’s message xix

P.

  • Panama:
    • arbitration of boundary dispute with Costa Rica, good offices of the United States in 674
    • national anniversary, greetings of the United States on 677
    • reference to, in the President’s message x, xvi
    • reference to, in message of the President of Colombia 87
    • treaties between Colombia, Panama, and the United States referred to 87, 88
  • Panama Canal:
    • reference to, in the President’s message xvi
    • reference to treaties relating to the 88
  • Pan American Conference, Fourth, reference to treaties signed at xxv
  • Pan American Union, reference to, in the President’s message xvii
  • Patents, Cuban 108
  • Patents convention signed at Buenos Aires, reference to, in the President’s message xxv
  • Pecuniary claims:
    • special agreement with Great Britain for arbitration of outstanding xxi, 266
    • Pan American convention for arbitration of, reference to, in the President’s message xxv
  • Pelagic sealing, treaty with Great Britain relating to 256
  • Persia:
    • financial assistants, employment of Americans as xix, 679
    • attitude of certain European powers toward 682
    • attitude of Russia toward Mr. Shuster 685
    • status of Persian officials as American citizens 685
  • Peru:
    • boundary dispute with Ecuador 177
    • message of the President 687
  • Philippine Islands:
    • extradition of criminals from and to the 336
    • status of Chinese in, previous to annexation 64 72
    • registration of citizens of 2
  • Plague in Manchuria 56
  • Piatt amendment. See Cuba: Isles of Pines.
  • Police. See Mexico; Colorado River.
  • Political movement denned 500, 501
  • Political offenses:
    • joint responsibility for 612
    • offenses of youths distinguished from other cases 610
  • Porto Rico and the Philippine Islands, registration of citizens of 2
  • Portugal:
    • proclamation of the Republic and recognition by the United States xxii, 689
    • adherence to international arrangement relating to obscene publications 194
  • Potash salts, negotiations with Germany as to export duty on; discrimination of Germany against American buyers; good offices of the United States 198 243
  • Preferential tariff concessions of Brazil in favor of American products 30
  • Preferential treatment of claimants 644
  • President of France as arbitrator of boundary dispute between Costa Rica and Colombia x
  • President of the United States. See Message of the President.
  • Presidente Sarmiento, Argentine school ship, visit of 9
  • Presidents of—
    • Argentina: Peña, Dr. Roque Saenz; message to Congress 4
    • Brazil: Hermes da Fonseca, Maréchal M. J.; message to Congress 29
    • Chile: Barros Luco, Don Ramón; message to Congress 37
    • Colombia: Restrepo, Dr. Carlos E.; message to Congress 87
    • Cuba: Gomez, Gen. José Miguel; letter to the President of the United States concerning arbitration 128
    • Dominican Republic:
      • Cáceres, Gen. Ramón—
        • message to Congress 138
        • assassinated 174
      • Victoria, Don Eladio; inauguration 175
    • Ecuador:
      • Alfaro, Gen. Eloy—
        • message to Congress 176
        • resignation 186
      • Estrada, Don Emilio—
    • Guatemala: Estrada Cabrera, Don M.; interviews concerning prison laws 274
    • Haiti:
      • Simon, Gen. Francois Antoine; resignation 284
      • Leconte, Gen. Cincinnatus—
    • Honduras:
      • Dávila, Dr. Miguel R.; resignation 305
      • Bertrand, Dr. Francisco; election 303 305
      • Bonilla, Gen. Manuel; election 307
    • Liberia: Barclay, Mr. Arthur; message to Congress 337
    • Mexico:
      • Díaz, Gen. Porflrio—
      • De la Barra, Don Francisco L.—
        • Proclaimed 494
        • recognition by the United States 495 497
        • message to Congress 517
      • Madero, Dr. Francisco I.—
    • Nicaragua:
      • Estrada, Gen. Juan J.—
        • recognition by the United States 648
        • resignation 660
      • Díaz, Don Adolfo—
        • Succession 660
        • recognition by the United States 661
      • Mena, Gen. Luis; election for the term 1913–1916 668
    • Panama:
      • Arosemena, Dr. Pablo; letter to the President of the United States concerning national anniversary 678
    • Peru: Leguia, Don Augusto B.; message to Congress 687
    • Portugal: Arriaga, Dom Manuel; election 694
    • Salvador: Figueroa, Gen. Fernando; message to Congress 700
    • Venezuela: Gómez, Gen. Juan Vicente; message to Congress 749
  • Press, freedom of the 393, 502
  • Prisons, American citizens in foreign. See American citizens in Guatemala, 274; Japan (Chosen), 320; Mexico, 605, 617, 618.
  • Prisoners, health of American, in Mexican jails 607 609
  • Prize court, International; Convention XII of Second Hague Peace Conference and additional protocol thereto xxii, 247
  • Prize court proceedings to be de novo and not on appeal 250
  • Propaganda, conditions of unlawful 502
  • Property rights in Chosen 320
  • Protection of lives and property of American citizens 283, 615 618, 649
  • Purchase of arms, commercial 557

R.

  • Railways, Chinese xvii, 81
  • Reciprocity, commercial, with Brazil 30
  • Reclamation work on Colorado River, international questions raised by. See Mexico: Colorado River.
  • Recognition by Belgium of American consuls in the Kongo State 13
  • Recognition by Mexico of insurgent Mexicans as Madero troops suggested. 506, 508, 511
  • Recognition by the United States of new governments in:
  • Red Cross, firing upon 404, 408, 409, 416, 433
  • Registration in consular offices of citizens of Porto Rico and Philippine Islands 2
  • Religious missions in Korea 321 322
  • Retaliatory legislation considered in relation to American potash contracts with German syndicate 219
  • Revolutionary claims. See Cuba: Insurrection claims.
  • Revolutionary movements. See Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Portugal.
  • Rights of ownership, etc., not acquired by occupation of foreign territory for reclamation purposes 552
  • Russia:
    • Fur-seals, convention with the United States, Great Britain, and Japan for preservation of 260
    • Manchuria, measures taken in relation to the plague in 56 64
    • Russo-Japanese agreement as to railways in 81
    • Obscene publications, adherence to international arrangement relating to 194
    • Persia, attitude toward, in regard to American financial adviser 685
    • reference to in the President’s message xxi, xxiii
    • treaty of 1852, termination of 695

S.

  • Salton Sink. See Mexico: Colorado River.
  • Salvador:
    • message of the President 700
    • report of the Minister for Foreign Affairs 700
    • extradition treaty with the United States 702
  • Salvage and collisions, Report on, of American delegates to the third international conference on maritime law 14
  • Sarmiento, Centennial celebration of the birth of Don Domingo Faustino 7
  • Sarmiento, visit of the Argentine school ship 9
  • Seals and stamps to show identity of Cuban tobacco 108
  • Sedition. See Mexico: Imprisonment of Blatt and Converse 605 614
  • Seals. See fur-seals; seals and stamps.
  • Seditious acts in relation to neutrality laws 348 525, passim
  • Secession, fomenting by aliens of attempts at, forbids granting of political amnesty 511
  • Sherman Anti-trust law, violation of 217
  • Siam:
    • obsequies of the late King Chulalongkorn xix, 708
    • coronation of King Vajiravudh xix, 708
  • Sierra Leone-Liberia boundary 338
  • Sovereighty:
    • attack by aliens on, forbids granting of political amnesty 511
    • bearing on, of American occupation of Mexican territory for reclamation purposes 552 565
    • determination of, over territory on which occurred the arrest of American citizens by Mexicans 605 614
    • Isle of Pines. See Cuba.
    • violation of, in conducting arrested persons over foreign soil 610 611
  • Spain:
    • adherence of, to international arrangement relating to obscene publications. 194
    • attitude of, toward claims commission of Nicaragua 639 647
    • interpretation of treaty of 1902 with the United States as to articles 23 and 27 713
    • interpretation of extradition treaty of 1904 716
  • Specific performance 231
  • Spitzbergen Islands, reference to, in the President’s message xxii
  • Stamps and seals to show identity of Cuban tobacco 108
  • Sugar; proposal of Cuba to adhere to Brussels convention 100
  • Surveying party, American, permission given to enter Mexico 537 538, 552
  • Sweden:
    • interpretation of naturalization convention: See Norway 672
    • treaty with the United States relating to consular officers; text 723
  • Switzerland:
    • adherence to international arrangement regarding obscene publications 194
    • adherence of Turkey to Red Cross convention 733
    • extradition treaty of 1900 with the United States interpreted as to article XIII 730

T.

  • Tacna and Arica question between Chile and Peru; reference to policy of the United States 184 185
  • Tariff:
    • Argentina: proposal of retaliatory tariff in connection with Brazilian preferential concessions to the United States 31 et seq.
    • Brazil: preferential concessions in favor of American products 30
    • Cuba, proposal of, to amend and prolong reciprocity, 94; proposal to adhere to Brussels sugar convention, 100; proposal to alter rates on tobacco 108
    • Dominican Republic: protest of the United States against modifications of tariff contrary to treaty of 1907 139
    • Germany: protest of the United States in regard to discriminations against American purchasers 220, 198 242 passim
    • Japan: provisional arrangement with the United States; text 319
    • Liberia: receivership of customs as security for loan 338
    • Mexico: free entry of outfit of American surveyors on Colorado River works 537 538, 547 553
    • Morocco: policy of France as to differential treatment by Moroccan Government 621
    • United States—
      • act of 1909, interpretation 218
      • most-favored-nation clause 4
      • negotiations with foreign countries, reference to in the President’s message xxv
  • Taxation:
  • Temporary refuge:
    • granted to Peruvian consul general at American consulate at Iquique, Chile 37
    • to Chinese in Mexico at all American consulates 615, 620
    • offered to President Simon of Haiti 285
  • Texas Rangers 349 410 passim
  • The Hague. See Hague.
  • Tientsin, right of foreigners to own land in 82
  • Tobacco, proposal of Cuba to amend reciprocity treaty as to 108
  • Trade-marks convention signed at Buenos Aires, reference to in the President’s message xxv
  • Trade relations of the United States with:
  • Treaties, “most favored nation” clause construed 4
  • Treaties between1
    • Argentina and Brazil; boundary, 1898, 1910; reference to 29
    • Brazil and France; postal, 1909; reference to 29
    • Brazil and United States; postal, 1910; reference to 29
    • Brazil and United States; arbitration, general; text 34
    • Brazil and Germany; postal, 1910; reference to 29
    • China and Great Britain; reference to in the President’s message xvii
    • China and Japan; reference to in the President’s message xvii
    • China and United States; loans, currency reform; reference to in the President’s message xvii
    • Colombia (New Granada) and the United States, 1848; reference 88
    • Colombia and Ecuador; references 179, 181, 182
    • Colombia and Peru; reference 181, 182
    • Cuba and United States; future relations, 1903; reference to article vi (Isle of Pines) 135
    • Cuba and United States; reciprocity; proposal to amend, 94; construction 100, 108
    • Cuba and United States; Guantanamo naval station agreement; proposal to amend 110
    • Dominican Republic and United States; tariff, 1907; construction 139
    • Dominican Republic and Haiti; peace, 1856, 1874; arbitration, 1895; references 162
    • France and United States; arbitration; reference in President’s message ix
    • France and United States; extradition, general; text 189
    • Franco-German treaty relating to Morocco. See Morocco.
    • Great Britain and Japan; reference to in President’s message ix
    • Great Britain and United States; various; reference to in the President’s message xx, xxi, xxiii
    • Great Britain and United States; arbitration, special agreement, pecuniary claims; text, 266; reference ix
    • Great Britain and United States; fur seals; text 256
    • Great Britain and United States; fisheries; conferences as to award under special agreement of 1909; minutes 271, 272
    • Honduras and United States; loan; reference to in the President’s message xvi
    • Japan and United States; commerce and navigation; text, 315; reference xix
    • Japan and United States; tariff protocol to the foregoing; text 319
    • Mexico and United States; resubmission to arbitration of boundary dispute (Chamizal tract); text of convention and of protocol 565, 569
    • Mexico and United States; proposal of special agreement (Colorado River reclamation) 552
    • Morocco, Franco-German treaty relating to; proposal to the United States to adhere to 621
    • Nicaragua and United States; loan; reference to in President’s message xvi
    • Norway and Sweden and United States; interpretation of naturalization convention, 1869 672
    • Panama and United States; canal; reference 88
    • Russia and United States; termination of the treaty of 1832 695
    • Salvador and United States; extradition, general; text 702
    • Spain and United States; interpretation of extradition treaty of 1904 716
    • Spain and United States; interpretation of treaty of friendship and general relations of 1902 713
    • Sweden and United States; consular officers; text 723
    • Sweden and Norway and United States. See Norway.
    • Switzerland and United States; interpretation of extradition treaty of 1900 730
    • Venezuela and United States; arbitration award under agreement of 1909 (Orinoco S. S. Co. v. Venezuela) 749
  • Treaties, international; by subject—
    • arbitration of pecuniary claims, convention signed at Fourth Pan American Conference; reference in the President’s message XXV
    • boundary: Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru; reference 181
    • Central American Court of Justice, convention relative to transfer of resilience of; text 93
    • collision at sea; convention for unification of rules; draft 19
    • copyrights, patents, and trade-marks conventions, signed at Fourth Pan American Conference; reference in the President’s message XXV
    • fur-seal convention between the United States, Great Britain, Japan, and Russia; text 260
    • maritime law; Third International Conference at Brussels, session of 1910; reports of American delegates on conventions relating to salvage and collisions; drafts 15, 19
    • obscene publications, arrangement between the United States and other powers relative to suppression of circulation of; text 194
    • patents. See Copyrights.
    • prize court, international; Convention XII of the Second Hague Peace Conference, and Additional Protocol thereto; correspondence as to signing of protocol 247
    • salvage at sea; convention for unification of rules; draft 15
    • sugar, Brussels convention relating to; proposal of Cuba to adhere to 100
    • trade-marks. See Copyrights.
  • Trust statutes, enforcement of, suggested in relation to the German potash tax 219
  • Turkey; expulsion of an American citizen from Albania 738
  • war with Italy referred to in the President’s message XX
  • United States:
    • Alsop & Co. v. Chile, arbitration award IX, 38 53
    • American citizens (q. v.).
    • arbitration—
      • Costa Rica with Panama 674
      • Cuba with France, Germany, and Great Britain 126 132
      • Dominican Republic with Haiti 133 151
      • Ecuador with Peru 177
      • Honduras revolution; mediation of the United States 291
      • references in the President’s message IX XI, XXI, XXV
      • United States with—
        • Brazil: text of general arbitration treaty 34
        • Chile: text of award in the Alsop case under protocol of 1909 38
        • Great Britain—
          • claims, pecuniary; text of treaty 266
          • fisheries, conferences as to award under special agreement relating to 271, 272
        • Mexico—
          • Chamizal tract; texts of treaty and award 565
        • Venezuela—
          • claim of U. S. v. Venezuela (Orinoco Steamship Co. case); award under agreement of 1909; text 749
    • Army maneuvers, reference to, in President’s message XI, XIII
    • assault on American officer 167, 168
    • bombardment, protest to Haiti against 282
    • boundary, Franco-Liberian 342
    • Brussels Sugar Convention (proposal of Cuba to adhere to) 100
    • Central American Court of Justice 89, 93
    • Chamizal Tract arbitration with Mexico 565
    • Changsha indemnity claims, payment of 79
    • Chinese American citizens in Mexico, protection of 615
    • Chinese exclusion act 615
    • Chinese, naturalization of 64
    • claims against Nicaragua, 625; China, 79; Cuba, 126, 132; Venezuela 749
    • claims commissioner, American 625
    • claims, pecuniary (treaty with Great Britain) 266
    • Colorado River, conservation works on 525
    • consular duties 398, 455, 460
    • consular jurisdiction 320, 618
    • consular record of title to realty in Tientsin, 83; in Chosen 320
    • consular representation in the Kongo State 13
    • consular service XXVIII
    • contracts, impairment of American, by German law 206
    • coronation of King George V 251
    • Costa Rica-Panama boundary arbitration convention; text 674
    • criminal code, application of section 13, chapter 2, and section 37, chapter 4 523
    • customs administration in Dominican Republic 171
    • damages by Mexican filibusters 500
    • depositaries, American consulates as 455, 460
    • exclusion act, Chinese, waiver of 615
    • expulsion of American citizens—
    • extradition—
    • financial adviser, American—
    • fisheries, North Atlantic Coast, conference relating to 271, 272
    • foreign settlements of Americans—
    • France, claims against Cufoa 126
    • Franco-German convention regarding Morocco 621
    • Franco-Liberian boundary 342
    • freedom of press and of speech 393, 502
    • fur-seals—
      • treaty with Great Britain 256
      • treaty with Great Britain, Japan, and Russia 260
    • good offices of the United States—
    • Germany, claims against Cuba 126
    • Great Britain, claims against Cuba 126
    • Hai-chi, Chinese cruiser, visit of 83
    • Hornet, status of the ship 307
    • indemnity claims—
      • China (Changsha) 79
      • Nicaragua (Cannon and Groce) 627
    • imprisonment of Americans abroad—
    • illegal expedition 307
    • immigration 309
    • imports from Germany 198
    • insurrectionary claims against Cuba 126
    • international expositions at Turin and Rome 312
    • intervention—
    • Isle of Pines, sovereignty over 135
    • loans—
    • Manchuria—
      • investigation of the plague by the United States jointly with other powers 56
      • inquiry into illegal taxation of foreign products 72
      • correspondence as to Russo-Japanese railway agreement 81
    • mediation. See Cuba, insurrectionary claims; Honduras.
    • naval station at Guantanamo Harbor 110 126
    • naturalization of Chinese 64
    • neutrality—
    • opium conference, participation in 54
    • Orinoco S. S. Co. v. Venezuela; arbitration award 749
    • Ottoman Government, correspondence concerning Red Cross convention. See Switzerland.
    • plague in Manchuria 56
    • potash importation from Germany 198
    • prize court convention, correspondence relating to 247
    • Panama, reference to treaties 88
    • railways in Manchuria 81
    • real estate, consular record of title to, in Tientsin 83
    • reciprocity—
    • recognition of foreign Governments—
    • recognition of American consuls in Kongo Stale 13
    • Red Crescent. See Switzerland
    • Red Cross—
    • Russia, relations with 56, 81
    • Sierra Leone-Liberia boundary 338
    • sovereignty—
      • Cuba (Isle of Pines) 135
      • Mexico (Chamizal tract, in relation to arrest of American citizen) 605 614 passim
    • sugar tariff in relation to reciprocity treaty with Cuba 100
    • tariff. See Brazil, China, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Germany.
    • taxation in Manchuria, illegal, on foreign products 72
    • temporary refuge granted at American consulate—
    • Tientsin—
      • foreign settlements in 82
      • consular records 83
    • tobacco tariff 108
    • Turkey. See Italy.
    • Von Steuben statue 243
  • Venezuela:
    • message of the President 749
    • award of the tribunal of arbitration in Orinoco S. S. Co. v. Venezuela 749
    • celebration of centennial of independence of Venezuela xi, 753
  • Violations of neutrality. See Neutrality.
  • Von Steuben statue presented to Germany xxi, 243
  • Waiver of customs duties 537 538, 547 553
  • War. See Italy; see also Revolutionary movements.
  • Washington statue presented to Argentina 5
  • Zapata, Gen. Emiliano 513, 518, 519
  1. Seo also “ Treaties, international; by subject.”