Index

A.

  • Accession to the throne of—
    • Denmark: of King Christian X 333 335
    • Japan: of Emperor Yoshihito 634 642
    • Luxemburg: of Grand Duchess Marie Adelaide 702 705
  • Accession. See also Presidents.
  • Adverse possession of a port renders nugatory a decree of closure 902
  • Agreements. See Treaties.
  • Agricultural credits XIV XV
  • Alsop claim XXIII
  • American Army officers designated to reorganize the Liberian frontier force 662 667
  • American banks needed in foreign countries XXVI
  • American capital, value of, to Central America 589
  • American citizens—
  • American Conference, Third International (1906) 18
  • American diplomacy X, XXVII, 558, 571, 586, 589
  • American flag, display of, by consular officers 903 905
  • American international law. See Brazil.
  • American newspapers needed in foreign countries. XXVI
  • American protégés. See Morocco.
  • American Public Health Service XXVI
  • American trade. See United States: trade.
  • Amiable compositeur, King George V as, in settlement of the Alsop claim. XXV
  • Ammunition. See munitions of war.
  • Anglo-Liberian frontier disturbances 652 662
  • Apprehension in the United States of fugitives from justice of foreign countries 6
  • Arbitration:
    • China—Novel arbitration provisions of the opium convention 203, 218
    • Cuba—
      • fundamental features of the insurrectionary claims in relation to arbitration, pointed out by the United States 285, 288
      • text of draft agreement to arbitrate the “insurrectionary claims” of France, Germany and Great Britain 291 293
      • proposal of France, Germany and Great Britain to arbitrate with Cuba certain insurrectionary claims of their nationals arising prior to 1898 276 298
    • Dominican Republic—boundary dispute with Haiti 380 387
    • Ecuador—Guayaquil & Quito Ry. Co. v. Ecuador; appointment of arbitrators by the United States and by Ecuador 412 422, 421, 422
    • France. See Cuba.
    • Germany. See Cuba.
    • Great Britain—
      • special agreement for arbitration of pecuniary claims outstanding between Great Britain and the United States 494
      • See also Cuba and Guatemala.
    • Guatemala—proposal of Great Britain to arbitrate financial arrangements with Guatemala 500 511
    • Honduras—proposals concerning arbitration of the Honduran debt and loan agreement 593, 615 et seq.
    • Mexico—Chamizal boundary 706
    • Panama—elections, United States as arbitrator of 1141, 1133 1165
    • Peru—Landreau v. Peru XXIV
  • Argentina:
  • Arms:
  • Army. See United States Army, and American Army officers.
  • Army officers sent from Brazil to study in the United States. XXV
  • Arrangements. See Treaties.
  • Arrest. See Fugitives, and Detention.
  • Artistic property, protection of 175
  • Assault on American citizens in Panama 1250 1261
  • Assault on American diplomatic officer in Cuba 268 276
  • Asylum, requests for and rights of 173 174, 393, 860 861, 924 926
  • Austria-Hungary:

B.

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C.

  • Canal:
  • Canals, interoceanic, treaties pertaining to 482 et seq.
  • Canal Zone officers sent to Guayaquil to recommend sanitation plan XXIII
  • Caribbean Sea. XII
  • Carnegie Endowment for International Peace 2
  • Central America XII
  • Central America and the Washington conventions of 1907 549
  • Central American Peace Conference of 1912 628
  • Chamizal boundary dispute with Mexico XIX, 706
  • Champlain celebration. See France.
  • Chemistry, Eighth International Congress of 1365
  • Chile:
  • China:
    • adoption of a national flag 181
    • arrangement between the United States and France for reciprocal protection in China of literary and artistic property 175 178
    • asylum requested at the American Legation and the consulate at Foochow; temporary refuge offered 173 174
    • claims of American citizens against China; joint procedure of the Powers for presentation of claims 171 173
    • copyrights, American, infringement of 176
    • good, offices of the United States XI
    • Hukuang railway. XI
    • indemnity payments 159 160
    • International Opium Conference 182 224
    • international plan for defense of foreign settlements under the protocol of 1901 161 171
    • loan negotiations; conclusion of the Hukuang Railway loan; correspondence concerning proposed currency-reform, industrial-development and reorganization loans; current-expense advances XI, XXII, 87 159
    • open-door and concerted-action policies of the United States XI, XXII
    • provisional republican government: de facto relations of the United States with. XXI XXII
    • registration of the property of foreigners in China 178 180
    • reservations made by Japan, Russia, and Great Britain of rights claimed in Manchuria, Mongolia, Tibet, and elsewhere 50 86 passim
    • revolution; abdication of the Manchu rulers; establishment of a provisional republican government; concerted action of the Powers; correspondence concerning recognition of the Republic of China XXI, 46 86
    • search of foreign merchant vessels by rebel forces for contraband of war 174 175
    • treaty pledges of reform XI
  • Chinese exclusion act cited 528 530, 534, 928
  • Chinese subjects, protection of, in Ecuador and in Mexico by American diplomatic and consular officers 434 438, 926 929
  • Chosen. See Japan.
  • Chronological list of papers in this volume XXIX
  • Circulars:
    • death of Vice President James S. Sherman 5
    • interchange of professors and students among the universities of American States 2
    • invitation to the Panama-Pacific International Exposition to be held at San Francisco, Calif., in 1915 4
    • territorial integrity of American States 1
  • Citizenship:
  • Claims against:
    • China: Joint procedure of the powers for presentation of claims against China 171 173
    • Colombia: Gonzalo Ramos Ruiz v. the United States 225 226
    • Cuba: “Insurrectionary claims” of France, Germany, and Great Britain, arising prior to 1898 276 293
    • Ecuador: Guayaquil & Quito Ry. Co. v. Ecuador 412
    • Great Britain 494
    • Guatemala 500
    • Haiti. 521 522
    • Honduras 549
    • Liberia 652
    • Mexico—
      • damages to American citizens arising from revolutionary disturbances 929 986; see also 708, 720, 722, 724 725
        • resolution of Congress to investigate 966 968
        • report of the claims commission appointed by the War Department, in pursuance of the joint resolution of Congress 969 981
      • Mexican court of claims 930
    • Nicaragua 1071
    • Peru: Landreau v. Peru XXIV
    • United States 494
  • Closure of port. See Ports.
  • Coastwise trade. See Great Britain: Panama Canal tolls.
  • Coat of arms of Salvador 1339 1340
  • Cocaine. See China: International Opium Conference.
  • Collateral inheritance tax 323 332
  • Colombia:
    • claim of Gonzalo Ramos Ruiz v. the United States 225 226
    • message of the President 225
    • Monroe doctrine, memorandum on the, by the Colombian Minister to Great Britain 1
    • relations with the United States XI
  • Colorado River negotiations with Mexico. XVIII
  • Commerce:
    • act to regulate; amended by Panama Canal act 473 et seq, 488
    • Mexican condition and regulations of 736, 742
  • Commission of Jurists, International 18
  • Common carriers. See Great Britain: Panama Canal tolls.
  • Conferences and congresses, international:
    • Chemistry, Applied; Eighth Congress 1365
    • Hygiene and Demography; Ninth Congress 1365
    • Jurists, report of the United States delegates to the International Commission of, at Rio de Janeiro 18 43
    • Mine explosions conference 1365
    • Navigation; Twelfth Congress 1365
    • Opium Conference 182 224
    • Red Cross, Ninth Conference 1365
  • Confiscation of mail by Mexican authorities 777, 781, 792
  • Confiscatory taxes charged by:
    • Mexico on oil products 827
    • Mexican de facto authorities 907 910
  • Congresses, international. See Conferences and Congresses, international.
  • Constantinople, arrangements for protection of foreign residents in, during Balkan war. See Turkey.
  • Constitutional guaranties suspended in Mexico 820, 828
  • Constitutions:
  • Consul, American:
  • Consular jurisdiction; disposition of effects of deceased persons 494 497
  • Consular officer, German, as receiver of Liberian customs 667 701
  • Consular registration of title to land in Chosen 642 647
  • Consulate, display of American flag over a 903 905
  • Consultative claims commission of Mexico 934
  • Contraband of war 729 730
    • search of foreign merchant vessels for 174 175
  • Conventions. See Treaties.
  • Copyright:
    • arrangement between the United States and France 175 178
    • convention between the United States and Hungary; text. 7
    • convention between the United States and Japan; reference 177
  • Costa Rica:
  • Courts, prize 902
  • Court of Claims. See Claims: Mexico.
  • Court-martial, power of, over foreign nationals 987 992
  • Crossing the Mexican border by United States troops; crossing of Mexican troops into the United States 725, 726, 727
  • Cuba:
    • assault upon the American Chargé d’Affaires 268 276
    • claims, insurrectionary, arising prior to 1898; proposal of France, Germany and Great Britain to arbitrate 276 293
    • naval station at Guantanamo 293 297
    • text of agreement between the United States and Cuba for the enlargement of the Guantanamo naval station and relinquishment of the Bahia Honda station, concluded December 27, 1912 295 297
    • negro uprising; attitude of the United States; protection of foreign colonies XXV, 242 268
    • raising of the wreck of the U. S. S. Maine 304 309
    • Platt Amendment and the treaty with Cuba containing it invoked by Cuba as warranting intervention of the United States in settlement of the “insurrectionary claims” 281; see also 310, 312, 591
    • Veteranista agitation; attitude of the United States 236 242
    • visit of the Secretary of State to Cuba 297 303
    • Zapata Swamp concession 309 322
  • Customs:
    • Dominican Republic: reestablishment of customs administration by the United States XXV, 367 et seq.
    • Liberia: customs receivership 667 701
    • Russia: customs regulations 1287
  • Customs tariffs:
    • instances of pledge of, to secure loan 591
    • instances of treaty obligations not to change 590, 595
  • Cyrenaica, sovereignty of Italy over 632

D.

  • Damages to American citizens in Mexico, claims for 929 986;
  • Damages, reservation of rights of reclamation for, during an insurrection 250
  • Danish-American National Park in Jutland, Denmark 335 338
  • De facto government:
    • attitude of the United States during uprising at Vera Cruz 854
    • definition of, by General Orozco 795 796
    • exequatur issued by 795 796
    • taxation of foreigners by 907 910
  • Denmark:
    • death of King Frederik VIII and accession of King Christian X 333 335
    • imposition in the United States of an inheritance tax on non-resident Danish heirs; application of Art. VII of the treaty of 1826 between Denmark and the United States 323 332
    • presentation of a park to the Danish Government by American citizens of Danish descent 335 338
    • See also Germany: wireless telegraph convention.
  • Detention in the United States:
    • fugitives from justice of foreign countries 6
    • Mexican insurrectionists 848 849
  • Diplomatic officer, assault upon 268 276
  • Discrimination against:
    • American citizens employed on Mexican railways 910 924
    • American lubricating oils 9 17
  • Dominican Republic:
    • arbitration of the boundary dispute between the Dominican Republic and Haiti; good offices of the United States 380 387; 349 363 passim
    • customs administration reestablished by a special commission sent by the United States XXIV
    • customs arrangements with Italy, Spain and Germany 586
    • customs provisions of the convention with the United States 589
    • financial affairs 372 380
    • message of the President 339 340
    • Political affairs: border warfare with Haiti; maintenance of the status quo; insurrection; resignation of President Victoria; election of President Adolfo Nouel; good offices of the United States 340 380
    • revenue arrangements of 559, 571, 585
    • visit of the Secretary of State to the 387 390
  • Drugs, habit-forming. See China: International Opium Conference.

E.

  • Ecuador:
    • attacks on Chinese citizens; good offices of the United States 434 438
    • boundary dispute with Peru. XI
    • claims of the Guayaquil & Quito Railway Co. v. Ecuador; attitude of the United States; proposal to arbitrate XXIII, 396 400, 402, 412 422
    • financial affairs 401
    • political affairs: insurrection; closure of ports; request for asylum; attitude of the United States; inauguration of President Plaza 391 411
    • sanitation of Guayaquil; proposal by Ecuador of a convention with the United States; visit to Guayaquil of a United States inspection commission 422 434
  • Educational relations of the United States with Latin-American countries 2 4
  • Elections in Panama supervised by the United States. XXV, 1133 1165
  • Enlisting of American citizens in foreign service, within the United States 815, 818 820
  • Escort of American troops for Mexican troops passing over American soil 888 et seq.
  • Exchange of notes, character of, in wireless telegraph negotiations with Panama 1221
  • Exclusion act:
  • Execution of judgments and letters rogatory 18, 40
  • Exemption of vessels in the coastwise trade of the United States from payment of Panama Canal tolls. See Great Britain: Panama Canal tolls.
  • Expositions:
    • Panama-Pacific 4
    • Tokyo, abandonment of 647 648
  • Extradition conventions:
    • between the United States and Honduras; text 619
    • draft of, by International Commission of Jurists 37 39
  • Extradition of Mexican officers from the United States 847, 850
  • Extraterritorial obligation of the United States in regard to its nationals in disturbed foreign territory 741 742
  • Extraterritorial rights:
    • of the United States in Tripoli and Cyrenaica 632 633
    • unaffected by blockade unless effective 902

F.

G.

  • German consular officer as receiver of customs in Liberia, status of 667 701
  • Germany:
  • Grand Duchess Marie Adelaide of Luxemburg: accession and speech from the throne 702
  • Grand Duke William Alexander of Luxemburg, death of 702
  • Grants made by treaties 1223 1224
  • Great Britain:
    • arbitration with the United States—
    • claims against Cuba 276 293
    • death of Mr. Whitelaw Reid, American Ambassador to Great Britain 497 499
    • good offices in behalf of the United States during Balkan War 1347 et seq.
    • good offices of British Consul in behalf of American protégés at Fez 987 992
    • good offices of the United States requested by Great Britain as to—
    • Liberia—
    • North Atlantic coast fisheries arbitration; agreement between the United States and Great Britain adopting with certain modifications the rules and method of procedure recommended in the award of September 7, 1910; text 489 494
    • Panama Canal tolls; exemption of vessels in the coastwise trade of the United States from payment of tolls, and other features of the Panama Canal act of August 24, 1912; objections thereto of the British Government 467 489
    • Sierra Leone-Liberia boundary 649, 652 662
    • wreck of the British vessel Titanic; consular disposition of effects of the deceased; recognition of the services of Capt. Rostron 494 497
    • See also China: Revolution, Chinese International, loan plan for defense, International Opium Convention; Germany: Wireless telegraph convention; Russia.
  • Greece:
  • Guantánamo, United States naval station at XXV, 293 297
  • Guatemala:
    • charges against President Estrada Cabrera 1012 et seq., 1317
    • financial affairs; demand of Great Britain for restitution of the coffee revenues; proposal of a new bond issue; good offices of the United States XXV, 500 511, 559
    • visit of the Secretary of State to Guatemala 511 520
  • Guayaquil, sanitation of XXIII, 422 434
  • Guayaquil & Quito Ry. Co., claims of, against Ecuador XXIII, 412 422

H.

  • Habeas corpus, writ of, refused in the case of Gen. Mena, of Nicaragua, by the Supreme Court of the Canal Zone 1065 1069
  • Hague Convention of 1907, referred to 502
  • Hague convention “respecting the rights and duties of neutral powers and persons in case of war on land”; reference 741
  • Hague Tribunal 489 494
  • Haiti:
    • abrogation of the right of Syrians to trade in Haiti; rights of American citizens of Syrian birth 522, 523 541
    • boundary dispute with Dominican Republic XI, XXIV, 340 380, 380 387, 523
    • death of President Leconte and recognition of President Auguste 547 548
    • international commission for collection of foreign claims against 521 522
    • message of the President 521
    • report of the Minister for Foreign Affairs 521
    • visit of the Secretary of State to Haiti 541 547
  • Heroin (see Opium convention) 199, 215
  • Honduras:
    • Bonilla, Gen. Manuel; relations with President Estrada Cabrera of Guatemala. see Salvador: “Political disturbances.”
    • customs arrangements with Great Britain 586
    • extradition convention with the United States; text 619
    • financial affairs—
      • proposed loan convention between Honduras and the United States; proposed loans contracts; good offices of the United States; arbitration proposal. XXVI, 549 619
      • manifesto of the Honduran Congress upon rejecting the loan convention 577
      • communication of the Secretary of State to various Senators concerning the loan convention, inclosing a copy of the Secretary’s address on “The Monroe Doctrine” 1082 1092
    • good offices of the United States XI
    • neutrality of 549, 557, 558, 572, 594
    • visit of the Secretary of State to Honduras 624 631
    • See also Salvador: “Political disturbances”; see also Nicaragua.
  • Hukuang Railway loan, conclusion of 87 88
  • Hungary, copyright convention between the United States and 7 8
  • Hygiene and Demography, Ninth International Congress of 1365

I.

J.

  • Japan:
    • abandonment of the proposed international exposition at Tokyo 647 648
    • death of Emperor Mutsuhito; accession to the throne of Emperor Yoshihito XXII, 634 642
    • land laws of Chosen; validity of consular registration of title 642 647
    • treaty, fur seal, with the United States. XVII
    • trade with the United States XVII
    • See also China: 46 et seq.; 87 et seq.; 182 et seq. Germany, 444. Russia, 1287 et seq.
  • Jurisdiction:
    • American protégés triable only by an American tribunal 987 992
    • consular 494 497
    • Interstate Commerce Commission 473 et seq.
    • United States; neutrality statutes 741 742, 744
    • territorial waters 1289 et seq.
  • Jurists, International Commission of XIX, 18

K.

  • King Christian X of Denmark, accession of 333 335
  • King Frederik VIII of Denmark, death of 333
  • King George V as amiable compositeur in settlement of the Alsop claim XXV
  • Korea (Chosen). See Japan.

L.

  • La France, presentation to the United States of a bust of 439 443
  • Land laws of Chosen. See Japan.
  • Landreau, John Celestine, arbitration of claim against Peru of; good offices of the United States XXIV
  • Latin America, relations of the United States to XI, XII XIV, XVIII XIX, XXIII XXVI, 1 4, 555 et seq.; 586 et seq.; 1082 1092
  • Liberia:
    • Anglo-Liberian boundary 652 662
    • financial affairs; conclusion of the refunding loan of 1912, to refund the registered external and internal debt of Liberia as of Dec 31, 1910; constitution of the customs receivership,. XXI, 650 652, 667 701
    • Franco-Liberian boundary 683, 687, 689 691, 700
    • good offices of the United States XXI, 650, 652 662, 667 701
    • Message of the President 649 652
    • Reorganization of the Liberian frontier force under American officers XXI, 652, 662 667
    • Sierra Leone boundary disturbances 649, 652 662
  • Libya, sovereignty of Italy over 632
  • Literary property, protection of 175
  • Loans:
  • Luxemburg: death of the Grand Duke William Alexander and ascension to the throne of the Grand Duchess Marie Adelaide 702 705

M.

N.

O.

  • Oils, American lubricating (see Belgium) 9
  • Opium Conference, International (Dec 1, 1911–Jan 23, 1912) XIX, 182 224
    • Report of the delegates of the United States, dated May 15, 1912 207 221
    • Opium convention signed at The Hague Jan 23, 1912; text 196 204
    • Opium-exclusion act of Feb 9, 1909, report of the Secretary of State giving reasons for amendment of 183 187
  • Ottoman Government. See Turkey.

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R.

S.

T.

  • Tacna-Arica dispute between Chile and Peru XI
  • Tariff:
    • tariff conventions, list of 595 600
    • minimum tariff extended and subsequent trade discrimination (see Belgium) 9, 12
    • reductions in Dominican Republic 564, 592
    • admission without duty of shipbuilding materials 478 et seq.
  • Taxation:
    • collateral inheritance tax imposed in the United States on nonresident Danish heirs 323 332
    • confiscatory taxation of foreigners by insurrectionary forces exercising de facto authority 907 910
    • confiscatory taxation by Mexico on oil products 827
  • Telegraph. See Wireless telegraph.
  • Temporary refuge:
    • offered to the mandarins and the Manchu rulers by American diplomatic and consular officers 173 174
    • granted to Chinese subjects by American diplomatic and consular officers in Mexico 926 929
    • rights of 924 926
  • Territorial integrity of American States (circular) 1
  • Territorial waters extended by Russia to twelve miles for customs purposes and control of fisheries 1287 1309
  • The Hague. See Hague.
  • Third Pan American Conference. XIX
  • Titanic, wreck of the 494 497
  • Title:
    • registration of title to property of foreigners in China 178 180
    • consular registration in Chosen 642 647
  • Tolls. See Panama Canal.
  • Trade:
  • Trade and commerce, Act to protect, of July 2, 1890; reference in the Panama Canal Act 474
  • Trade-marks, protection of, in China; reference 177
  • Treasury Department. See Peru: “Sanitation of Iquitos,” 1281 et seq.
  • Treaties1: by country2
    • Austria-Hungary. See Hungary.
    • Bolivia and Peru: protocol relating to boundary dispute, reference 1279
    • Costa Rica and the United States: naturalization; text 227 229
    • Cuba with France, Germany and Great Britain: draft agreement to arbitrate insurrectionary claims against Cuba; text 291 293
    • Cuba and the United States: agreement of Dec 27, 1912, amending agreements of 1903, relating to Bahía Honda and Guantánamo naval stations; text 295 297
    • Denmark and United States: inheritance tax; interpretation of article 7 of treaty of 1826 323 333
    • Dominican Republic and Haiti: citation of treaty of 1874 371
    • Dominican Republic and United States: customs revenues convention of 1907 referred to 367, 368, 372
    • Ecuador and the United States: sanitation of Guayaquil; proposed bases for a convention 422 434;text, 424
    • France and the United States: arrangement for the reciprocal protection in China of literary and artistic property; correspondence and texts 175 178
    • France, Germany and Great Britain with Cuba: draft agreement to arbitrate insurrectionary claims against Cuba; text 291 293
    • Germany, France and Great Britain with Cuba: draft agreement to arbitrate insurrectionary claims against Cuba; text 291 293
    • Great Britain and Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua (1859 and 1860); reference 556
    • Great Britain and Liberia: Sierra Leone-Liberia (Kanre-Lahun) boundary agreement referred to 654 et seq.
    • Great Britain and the United States—
      • boundary waters treaty (1909); cited 483 484
      • claims, outstanding pecuniary; memorandum of confirmation (Apr 26, 1912) of special agreement for arbitration; reference. XVII, 494
      • North Atlantic coast fisheries agreement of July 20, 1912, adopting with certain modifications the rules and methods of procedure recommended in the award of Sept 7, 1910; text 489 494
      • fisheries convention of 1818 referred to 490, 1297
      • Clayton-Bulwer treaty (1850); cited 482 487, 556
      • Hay-Pauncefote treaty (1901); cited 482 486
      • treaty of Washington (1871); cited 484
    • Great Britain, France, and Germany with Cuba: draft agreement to arbitrate insurrectionary claims against Cuba; text 291 293
    • Guatemala and Great Britain (1859 and 1860); reference 556
    • Haiti and Dominican Republic, citation of treaty of 1874 371
    • Honduras and Great Britain (1859 and 1860); reference 556
    • Honduras and the United States—
    • Hungary and the United States: copyright convention of January 30, 1912; text 7 8
    • Italy and Turkey: peace; notice of signing treaty of October 18, 1912 632
    • Liberia and Great Britain: Sierra Leone-Liberia (Kanre-Lahun) boundary agreement referred to 654 et seq.
    • Mexico and the United States: treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo (1848); reference 1290
    • Nicaragua and Great Britain (1859 and 1860); reference 556
    • Nicaragua and United States—
    • Panama and the United States—
      • understanding concerning wireless telegraph installations; correspondence 1206 1240
      • convention for the construction of a ship canal (1903); cited 1221 et seq.
    • Peru and Bolivia: protocol relating to boundary dispute; reference 1279
    • Russia and the United States: convention ceding Alaska (1867); referred to 1295
    • Turkey and Italy: peace; notice of signing the treaty of October 18, 1912 632
    • United States and Costa Rica: naturalization; text 227 229
    • United States and Cuba: agreement of December 27, 1912, amending agreements of 1903 relating to Bahia Honda and Guantanamo naval stations; text 295 297
    • United States and Denmark: inheritance tax; interpretation of article 7 of treaty of 1826 323 332
    • United States and Dominican Republic: customs revenues convention of 1907 referred to 367, 368, 372
    • United States and Ecuador: sanitation of Guayaquil; proposed bases for a convention 422 434; text, 424
    • United States and France: arrangement for the reciprocal protection in China of literary and artistic property; correspondence and texts 175 178
    • United States and Great Britain—
      • boundary waters treaty (1909); cited 483 484
      • claims, outstanding pecuniary; memorandum of confirmation (Apr 26, 1912) of special agreement for arbitration; reference XVII, 494
      • fisheries: North Atlantic coast fisheries, agreement of July 20, 1912, adopting with certain modifications the rules and method of procedure recommended in the award of September 7, 1910; text 489 494
      • fisheries convention of 1818 referred to 490, 1297
      • Clayton-Bulwer treaty (1850); cited 482 487, 556
      • Hay-Pauncefote treaty (1901); cited 482 486
      • treaty of Washington (1871); cited 484
    • United States and Honduras—
    • United States and Hungary: copyright convention of January 30, 1912; text 7 8
    • United States and Mexico: treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo (1848); reference 1290
    • United States and Nicaragua—
    • United States and Panama—
      • understanding respecting wireless telegraph installations 1206 1240
      • convention for the construction of a ship canal (1903); cited 1221 et seq.
    • United States and Russia: convention ceding Alaska (1867); referred to 1295
    • United States and various, countries: tariff; citations of instances of governments obligating themselves respecting tariff changes 590 600
  • Treaties: by subject—
    • arbitration. See “claims, outstanding pecuniary,” and “claims, insurrectionary.”
    • boundary—
      • Bolivia and Peru: protocol appointing commission; reference 1279
      • Great Britain and Liberia: special agreement relating to the Kanre-Lahun (Sierra Leone-Liberia) boundary; concluded in January, 1912, reference 654 et seq.
    • boundary waters—
      • United States and Great Britain—
        • treaty of 1909; cited 483 484
        • treaty of Washington (1871); cited 484
    • canal, Panama—
      • Great Britain with Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua; reference 556
      • Clayton-Bulwer treaty referred to 482 487, 556
      • Hay-Pauncefote treaty referred to 482 486
    • canal, Suez, convention of 1888; references 482, 484, 485
    • claims, insurrectionary, Cuba with France, Germany, and Great Britain, Britain; draft agreement to arbitrate 291 293
    • claims, outstanding pecuniary—United States and Great Britain; special agreement to arbitrate; confirmed April 26, 1912, by exchange of notes; reference XVII, 494
    • copyright—
    • customs revenues, United States and Dominican Republic; convention tion of 1907 referred to 340 380, 367, 368, 372
    • customs. See Tariff.
    • extradition—
      • draft on extradition, submitted to the International Commission of Jurists at Rio de Janeiro; text 37 39
      • United States and Honduras; text 619 624
    • financial. See Loans.
    • fisheries—
      • United States and Great Britain—
        • North Atlantic Coast fisheries agreement of July 20, 1912, adopting with certain modifications the rules and method of procedure recommended in the award of September 7, 1910; text 489 494
        • “Convention respecting fisheries, etc.” (1818); reference 490
    • friendship, commerce and navigation: United States and Denmark; treaty of 1826; invocation of article 7 (taxes), 323 332; interpretation by District Court of Iowa 329 330
    • inheritance tax. See Friendship, commerce and navigation.
    • loans—
      • United States and Honduras; text of proposed convention 560 562
      • United States and Nicaragua; text of proposed convention 1074 1075
    • naturalization—
      • United States and Costa Rica; convention of June 10, 1911; text 227 229
      • United States and Nicaragua; conventions of December 7, 1908, and June 17, 1911; texts 1105 1107, 1107 1109
    • naval stations at Bahia Honda and Guantanamo: United States and Cuba; reference, xxv; text of agreement, signed December 27, 1912, amending agreements of February 16 23 and July 2, 1903 295 297
    • peace, Italy and Turkey; notice of signing the treaty of October 18, 1912 632
    • protection, reciprocal, in China, of literary and artistic property; arrangement between the United States and France for; correspondence and texts 175 178
    • reciprocity. See Tariff.
    • sanitation of Guayaquil, United States and Ecuador; proposed bases for a convention 422 434; text, 424
    • sovereignty—
      • Great Britain with Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua; reference 556
      • Haiti and Dominican Republic; citation of treaty of 1874 371
    • tariff—
      • United States with various countries; citations of instances of governments obligating themselves respecting tariff changes 590 600
      • instances of treaty obligations not to change customs tariffs 590, 595
    • territorial waters—
      • instances of treaty provisions relating to territorial limits of municipal authority 1289 et seq.
      • United States and Great. Britain; convention respecting fisheries, boundary, etc. (1818) referred to 1297
      • United States and Russia; convention ceding Alaska (1867) referred to, 1295
    • wireless telegraph—
      • United States and Panama; understanding respecting wireless telegraph installations 1206 1240
      • United States and Panama; treaty of 1903 cited 1221 et seq.
  • Treaties, international: by subject—
    • China; final protocol of 1901 invoked in defense of foreign settlements 161 171
    • claims; “Convention respecting the limitation of the employment of force for the recovery of contract debts” (Second Hague Conventions; Oct. 18, 1907); reference 502
    • Fur-seal Convention of July 7, 1911, between the United States, Great Britain, Russia, and Japan; reference. XVII
    • Hague Conventions of 1907; references—
      • limitation of the employment of force for the recovery of contract tract debts 502
      • rights and duties of neutral powers and persons in war on land 741
    • International Commission of Jurists, convention for establishing an; concluded by the Third International American Conference August 23, 1906; references XXI, 18 et seq.
    • neutrality, “Convention respecting the rights and duties of neutral powers and persons in war on land” (Second Hague Conventions; October 18, 1907); reference 741
    • opium, morphine, and cocaine—
      • international opium convention signed at The Hague January 23, 1912; text 196 204
      • protocol de clôture of the International Opium Conference, January 23, 1912; reference, XXI; text 193 196
    • peace and amity, Central American States. The “Washington conventions of 1907;” reference to the “General treaty of peace and amity concluded at the Central American Peace Conference of 1907, between Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Salvador” 549, 557, 558, 572, 594
    • tariff, various countries; lists of treaties relating to changes of tariffs 590 600
    • telegraph; extract from the International Telegraph Convention signed at St. Petersburg July 10/22, 1875 465 466
    • telegraph. See also Wireless telegraph.
    • territorial waters, 1287; London Naval Conference referred to 1290
    • Turco-Balkan war; application of the Treaty of Berlin (1878) 1341
    • wireless telegraph; texts of the convention, supplementary agreement, final protocol, and service regulations, with supplement to article 38 thereof, signed at Berlin November 3, 1906, and proclaimed May 25, 1912 444 465
  • Treaties, international—
    • novel provisions for signing and ratifying and providing for arbitration 202 203, 217 219
    • construction of, 330; opinion of the Solicitor as to the proper form of negotiations with Panama relative to wireless telegraph installation in view of the Panama Canal treaty of 1903 1221 1233
  • Tripoli, sovereignty of Italy over 632
  • Troops, Mexican, permitted to pass over American soil 888 900
  • Turkey:
  • Understanding between the United States and Panama concerning wireless telegraph installations 1206 1240
  • United States:
  • Universal Postal Union in relation to transmission of habit-forming drugs 195
  • Universities; interchange of professors and students in the American States 2
  • Uruguay XXIV
  • Venezuela:
    • claims under the Washington protocols, payment of XXIV
    • visit of the Secretary of State to Venezuela 1355 1364
  • Vera Cruz, closure of port of 900 903
  • Veteranista agitation in Cuba; attitude of the United States 236 242
  • Visit of the Secretary of State to—
  • Wireless telegraph:
    • international convention; texts 444 466
    • treaty rights of the United States in Panama 1206 1240
  • War:
  • Wars between—
    • Italy and Turkey 632
    • Turkey and Montenegro, Serbia, Bulgaria, and Greece 1341 1354
  • War Department. See Mexico: American claims, 969 et seq; see also Peru: “Sanitation of Iquitos,” 1281 et seq.
  • Washington conventions of 1907 549, 557, 558, 572, 594, 1310
  • Washington, statue of, presented to Mexico by Americans 905 907
  • Zapata swamp concession in Cuba 309 322
  1. Including agreements, arrangements, and understandings.
  2. See also, post, “Treaties: by subject” and “Treaties, international: by subject.”