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A.

  • Accession of King Constantine to the throne of Greece 551
  • Address of the President, annual ix-xvi
  • Agreements. See Treaties.
  • Aigrettes, egret plumes, etc., prohibition of importation of 12
  • Aliens:
    • discriminatory legislation against, particular classes of 625653
    • right of, to hold real property dependent on eligibility to citizenship 639
  • American citizens in—
    • Argentina: presentation of a statue of Washington to Argentina by American citizens 1520
    • Cuba: scurrilous and libelous attacks on diplomatic officers of the United States 405414
    • Ecuador: discrimination against American bidders on contract for public works 505
    • Haiti: rights of Syrian-born citizens of the United States 575589
    • Honduras: dispossessed lessee; attitude of the United States toward his proposal of arbitration 606
    • Panama—
      • assault 10691081
      • status and protection of American citizens of Chinese race 11041105
    • Portugal—
      • American-born children of Portuguese parents—
        • dual citizenship of 1293
        • exemption from Portuguese military service 1290, 1293
      • Portuguese-born children of native or naturalized American fathers, American citizenship of 12901303
    • Russia: House resolution of December 13, 1911, relating to Jewish citizens of the United States in Russia 638
    • See also Protection of American life and property in foreign countries.
  • American Colonization Society 686
  • American Conference, Third International: treaties signed at Rio de Janeiro, 1906 1349, 1352
  • American—
    • consular jurisdiction 13101339
    • corporation: question of nationality of a steamship company 13101339
    • diplomatic officers—
    • flag 10171019, 13131323
    • jurisdiction over seamen serving under the American flag 1317
    • property, requisition of, for military purposes by the Turkish Government 13391345
    • vessel legally flying the American flag: status of her captain, a Greek subject, in respect to American consular jurisdiction 13101339
    • vessel: question of nationality of American-owned foreign 13131315, 1317, 13101339
  • Amnesty:
    • Cuba; amnesty bill; attitude of the United States 354365
    • Mexico: amnesty granted by the Congress for the revolutionary period prior to the Huerta régime 782
  • Arbitration:
    • by country1
      • Chile and Peru 11641239
      • Colombia and the United States 316
      • Cuba and France, Germany and Great Britain 341353
      • Dominican Republic and France 470
      • Dominican Republic and Haiti 467
      • Ecuador and Peru 11471163
      • Ecuador and the United States 473504
      • France and Cuba 341353
      • France and Dominican Republic 470
      • Germany and Cuba 341353
      • Great Britain and Cuba 341353
      • Great Britain and Mexico 10011006, 9931010
      • Great Britain and the United States 547, 548
      • Haiti and Dominican Republic 467469
      • Honduras and United States 606
      • Mexico and the United States 955977
      • Peru and Chile 11641239
      • Peru and Ecuador 11471163
      • United States and Colombia 316
      • United States and Ecuador 473504
      • United States and Great Britain 540, 547, 548
      • United States and Honduras 606
      • United States and Mexico 955977, 9931010
    • by subject—
      • boundary disputes between—
      • claims—
        • Colombia and the United States 316
        • Cuba and France, Germany and Great Britain 341353
        • Dominican Republic and France 470
        • Ecuador and the United States 473504
        • Mexico and Great Britain 10011006
        • Mexico and the United States 10011006
        • international convention pertaining to pecuniary claims; text 13491352
      • contract—
        • Honduras and United States 606
        • Mexico and United States 10011006
      • conventions IX
        • Hague convention, Art. 38 11601163
        • international pecuniary claims convention of 1906; text 13491352
        • United States and France 528
        • United States and Great Britain:
          • treaty of 1908; article 1 cited 548
          • treaty (unratified) of 1911; reference 547
        • United States and Uruguay 13461347
      • exhaustion of local remedy prior to diplomatic action 606
      • Hague convention, article 38 11601163
      • indemnity: Colombia and the United States 316
      • mediation 11661167
      • Panama Canal 540, 547, 548
      • peace plan of the President 8
      • questions of honor and vital interests 286
      • sovereignty—
        • Chile and Peru 1160
        • Colombia and the United States 316
    • separate processes for general liability under international law and specific claims 348
    • treaties, arbitration of meaning of 286
    • treaties, negotiation by the United States of arbitration treaties IX
  • Archipelago-American Line: sinking of the steamer Texas 13101339
  • Argentina:
    • Mediation, jointly with the United States and Brazil, between
    • Chile and Peru: Tacna-Arica dispute 1198, 1203, 11641240
      • Ecuador and Peru: boundary dispute 11471164
    • presentation of a statue of George Washington to Argentina by American citizens resident there 15
  • Armistice, necessary conditions of 825826
  • Arms:
    • commercial sale of arms not prohibited by United States neutrality statutes nor by international law 868, 872877
    • definition of “arms and munitions of war” 872
    • exportation to Mexico from the United States, prohibition of 867883
    • neutrality of the United States in relation to exportation of arms to Mexico 867 et seq.
  • Arrangements. See Treaties.
  • Arrest:
    • of American citizens in Austria-Hungary 21
    • place of: relation of, to extraterritorial rights of the United States 13101339
  • Assassination of—
    • King George I of Greece 551
    • President Araújo of Salvador 1304
    • President Madero of Mexico 731
    • Vice President Pino Suárez of Mexico 731
  • Assault on American citizens in Panama 10691081
  • Assistance and salvage at sea 13551362
  • Asylum:
    • granted by the American Legation to ex-President Billinghurst of Peru 11411147
    • policy of the United States 855
    • right of a political refugee to seek and be accorded asylum at the legation of a foreign country 11411147
    • See also Temporary refuge.
  • Austria-Hungary: naturalization convention of 1871 violated by the arrest and imprisonment in Austria-Hungary of naturalized American citizens on the charge of evasion of military service 21

B.

  • Belligerency: recognition by the United States of belligerency of the Constitutionalist party in Mexico requested 878
  • Bolivia: intervention in the Tacna-Arica dispute between Chile and Peru 1164, 11981200, 1204
  • Boundary disputes between—
  • Bridge across the entrance to the port of Habana, concession for construction of 369
  • British North Borneo: extradition arrangement 549
  • Belgium: maritime law convention signed at Brussels September 23, 1910; text 13551363
  • Brazil:
    • citizenship convention signed at Rio de Janeiro August 13, 1906; text 13521355
    • extradition treaty of 1897 and protocols of 1898 and 1903 between the United States and Brazil terminated by Brazil 25
    • mediation, jointly with the United States and Argentina, between—
      • Chile and Peru: Tacna-Arica dispute 11641240
      • Ecuador arid Peru: boundary dispute 11471164
    • message of the President, Marshal Hermes R. da Fonseca, to the Congress 24
    • pecuniary claims convention signed at Rio de Janeiro, August 13, 1906; text13491352
    • proposal by Brazil of a special agreement with the United States regulating the prosecution of counterfeiters when not subject to extradition 37
    • valorization of coffee 39
    • visit of the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Dr. Lauro S. Müller, to the United States 67
  • Bulgaria:
    • extraterritorial rights and most-favored-nation treatment of the United States 76
    • judicial process issued in Bulgaria for service in the United States 75
    • war with Greece, Serbia, Montenegro, and Roumania 78
    • war with Turkey. See Turkey.

C.

  • California land laws protested against by Japan. 625
  • Canal:
  • Central America:
    • influence and importance of the United States compared with European 1042
    • policy of the United States 1024
  • Central American Federation 10281031
  • Certificates of inspection of nursery stock 1
  • Chamizal controversy 957977
  • Chile:
    • refusal of Chile to assent to protection of Peruvian interests by the United States 1178
    • Tacna-Arica dispute between Peru and Chile. See Peru.
  • China:
    • claims of American citizens against China 204
    • inaugural address of President Yuan Shin K’ai 82
      • inaugural ceremonies 112
    • indemnity payments 202
    • loan negotiations—
      • currency-reform and Manchurian-industrial loan 192
      • Chinghua College loans 198
      • miscellaneous loans 201
      • withdrawal of the United States group of bankers from the sextuple consortium; conclusion of a reorganization-loan agreement between China and the quintuple group 143
    • Opium Conference, Second International; report of the American delegates; ratification by the United States of the opium convention 215283
    • political affairs organization of the National Assembly; recognition of the Republic of China by the United States and other powers; inauguration of President Yuan Shih K’ai; uprising in southern provinces suppressed; expulsion by presidential decree of Nationalist members of the Assembly; formation by the President of a Political Council 87
    • protection by the United States of Chinese subjects and interests in—
  • Chinese. See Panama: status and protection in foreign countries of American citizens of Chinese race.
  • Circulars:
    • declaration of policy with regard to Latin America 7
    • expatriation of naturalized citizens 3
    • importation of aigrettes, egret plumes, etc., prohibition of 12
    • nursery stock, certificates of inspection of 1
    • Panama-Pacific International Exposition at San Francisco in 1915, invitation to the 13
    • peace plan of the President 8
    • plant quarantine act 2
    • rifle-shooting tournament, international 1
    • Root, speech of Senator Elihu, repudiating sentiments attributed to him in relation to Latin America 4
  • Citizenship:
  • Claims against:
    • China 204
    • Cuba: “insurrectionary claims of France, Germany, and Great Britain arising prior to 1898 341
    • Dominican Republic 470
    • Ecuador: Guayaquil & Quito Railway Co. v. Ecuador 473
    • Honduras 606
    • Liberia: formation of a claims commission; claims of German merchants 665
    • Nicaragua: Mixed commission for the settlement of all claims; reference 1040, 1048, 1059
    • United States 316
    • Mexico 923 et seq., 10011006
  • Claims, arbitration of pecuniary; text of international convention sighed at Rio de Janeiro, August 13, 1906, extending the duration of the treaty signed at Mexico January 30, 1902 13491352
  • Coffee:
    • Brazil: valorization of coffee 39
    • Guatemala: coffee revenues restored to Great Britain 557
  • Colombia:
    • relations of the United States with Colombia 284329
    • sovereignty claim over Great Corn and Little Corn Islands; denied by Nicaragua 10321033
  • Comity, extradition and deportation from Costa Rica to the United States as an act of 330
  • Commerce:
    • act of July 2, 1890 49
    • act of August 27, 1894 4952
    • Norris Act 64
    • Sherman Antitrust Act 50
    • valorization of coffee 39
    • Wilson Act 52
    • See also Treaties: by subject.
  • Concessions:
  • Conferences, International:
    • American Conference, Third International 1349, 1352
    • Opium Conference, Second International 215283
  • Congresses, international. See International Congresses held in the United States.
  • Constitution of the United States, fourteenth amendment: interpretation of 12901303
  • Constitutionalist Government of Mexico. See MexicoCarranza” and “Constitutionalist Party.”
  • Consular certification of values of exports 1068
  • Consular jurisdiction, American 13101339
  • Consular Regulations, paragraphs 200, 341, 347, and 629: citations 1314
  • Conventions. See Treaties.
  • Costa Rica:
    • extradition and deportation from Costa Rica to the United States as an act of comity 330
    • protest against a proposed interoceanic canal treaty between Nicaragua and the United States 10211034
  • Counterfeiters, prosecution of, when not subject to extradition; proposal by Brazil of a special agreement with the United States 37
  • Cuba:
    • amnesty bill 354
    • bridge across the entrance to the port of Habana, concession for construction of 369
    • Caibarien-Nuevitas railway project 381
    • claims, insurrectionary, arising prior to 1898; proposal of France, Germany, and Great Britain to arbitrate 341
    • immunity of Congressmen from prosecution for crime 405
    • inauguration of President Menocal; participation of a special mission representing the President of the United States 333
    • Maine Monument; participation of a Cuban delegation in the dedication in New York 414
    • naval station at Guantanamo 353
    • scurrilous and libelous newspaper attacks on the American Minister and the Secretary of Legation at Habana 405
    • Zapata Swamp concession 365

D.

  • Dawson Agreements 1059
  • Death of—
    • King George I of Greece 551
    • President Araujo of Salvador 1304
    • President Auguste of Haiti 573
    • President Bonilla of Honduras 591
    • President Madero of Mexico 731
    • Vice President Pino Suárez of Mexico 731
  • Declaration of the policy of the United States with regard to Latin America 7
  • Declaration permitting consuls to take note of declarations of values of exports from Panama 1068
  • Deportation:
    • from Costa Rica to the United States as an act of comity 330
    • from Peru of ex-President Leguia 1140
  • Discriminatory legislation against particular classes of aliens 625653
  • “Dollar diplomacy” 1042
  • Dominican Republic:
    • American Minister as arbitrator of a French claim 470
    • arbitration of the boundary dispute between the Dominican Republic and Haiti; good offices of the United States 467470
    • elections, observation by United States officials of conduct of 425426, 433434, 436
    • financial affairs; conclusion of a loan contract between the Dominican Republic and the National City Bank of New York, with the approval of the United States 456467
    • message of President Nouel to the Congress 417
    • political affairs: resignation of President Nouel; election and inauguration of President Bordas; revolution; measures in regard thereto taken by the United States; observation of elections by United States officials 418456
  • Donovan trust fund 686
  • Dual citizenship 1293
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E.

  • Ecuador:
    • boundary dispute with Peru 1147
    • claims of the Guayaquil & Quito Railway Co. against Ecuador; arbitration proceedings 473
    • recognition of President Plaza by the United States 471
    • revolution at Esmeraldas; attitude of the United States 472
    • sanitation of Guayaquil; discrimination against American bidders; award of contract to a London company 505
    • slavery of Indians in the Province of Oriente 521
  • Expatriation of naturalized American citizens, presumption of 3, 1352
  • Exportation of arms. See Arms.
  • Exports, consular certification of values of 1068
  • Extradition:
    • Brazil—
      • special agreement regulating prosecution of counterfeiters when not subject to extradition, proposed by Brazil to the United States 37
      • treaty between the United States and Brazil terminated by Brazil 25
    • Costa Rica: extradition and deportation from Costa Rica to the United States as an act of comity 330
    • Great Britain: arrangement effected by exchange of notes between the United States and Great Britain for extradition between the Philippine Islands or Guam and British North Borneo; signed September 1/23, 1913 549
  • Extraterritoriality:
    • Bulgaria: rights and most-favored-nation treatment of the United States 76
    • Italy: rights of the United States in Libya, relinquishment of 608
    • Turkey—
      • arrest, place of: captain of wrecked American ship arrested while struggling in the water, held by Turkey not to be within
      • American jurisdiction 13101339
      • consular jurisdiction of the United States: (1) by virtue of extraterritorial rights; (2) regardless thereof 1318
      • protection by the flag held not to extend outside of a wrecked American vessel 13131315, 13101339
      • protection by the United States of the Greek captain of an American ship 13101339
      • vessels: regularly documented American vessels distinguished from those which, having been bought by American citizens, have acquired the right to carry the American flag in countries where extraterritoriality exists 1314
    • See also Most-favored-nation treatment.

F.

  • Fishery rights: territorial waters, extent of, in relation to fishery rights. 1029
  • Flag:
    • protection of a flag held not to apply to wrecked crew of a sunken vessel carrying the flag 13131315,13101339
    • American—
      • allegiance to the American flag of seamen serving under it, of whatsoever nationality 1317, 13101339
      • misuse of 1017
      • nationality of a foreign-built ship legally flying the American flag 13131315,1317,1323,13101339
  • Fonseea, Gulf of; legal history of, in relation to proposed treaty grants to the United States 1028
  • France:
    • arbitration agreement between the United States and France extending the duration of the convention of February 10, 1908. 528
    • claims against Cuba 341
    • protection by the United States of French citizens in Mexico 914
    • reestablishinent of relations between France and Venezuela; text of protocol relating thereto; good offices of the United States 529
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G.

  • Germany:
    • claims against Cuba 341
    • protection by the United States of German subjects in Mexico 915
    • relations with Liberia, composed by the United States 655, 665
  • Good offices of the United States. See United States; good offices.
  • Great Britain:
    • claims against—
    • cooperation with the United States on Sierra Leone frontier of Liberia 681
    • extradition arrangement effected by exchange of notes between the United States and Great Britain providing for extradition between the Philippine Islands or Guam and British North Borneo; signed September 1/23, 1913 549
    • joint investigation by the United States and Great Britain of slavery in Peru 12401289
    • Panama Canal tolls; exemption of vessels in the coastwise trade of the United States from payment of tolls; objections thereto of the British Government 540
    • Radiotelegraph convention signed at London July 5, 1912; text 13753413
    • Tlahualilo controversy with Mexico, joint action with the United States in regard to the 993
  • Greece:
    • assassination of King George I; accession to the throne of King Constantine 551
    • war with—
  • Guam: extradition to or from British North Borneo; arrangement between the United States and Great Britain 549
  • Guantanamo, naval station at 353
  • Guatemala:
    • financial affairs; restitution of the coffee revenues to British bondholders; good offices of the United States 557
    • message of President Estrada Cabrera to the National Assembly 556
  • Guayaquil, sanitation of 505

H.

  • Hague, The: Palace of Peace, dedication of 1017
  • Hague conventions: pacific settlement of international disputes, signed October 18, 1907; reference 349, 11601163
  • Hague Tribunal 11531163
  • Haiti:
    • abrogation of the right of Syrians to trade in Haiti; rights of American citizens of Syrian birth 575
    • arbitration of the boundary dispute with the Dominican Republic 467
    • death of President Tancrede Auguste; election and inauguration of President Michel Oreste 573
  • Honduras:
    • message of President Bonilla to the Congress. 590
    • death of President Bonilla and assumption of the presidency by Vice President Bertrand 591
    • recovery by Honduras of the National Railroad of Honduras and wharves at Puerto Cortes from the lessee, an American citizen; attitude of the United States 594

I.

  • Immigration of Japanese laborers a Question irrelevant to that of the treatment of Japanese resident in the United States 653
  • Immunity from prosecution for crime 405
  • Importation of aigrettes, etc., prohibited 12
  • Importation: valorization of coffee 39
  • Inauguration of the Presidents of—
    • China—
      • inaugural address of President Yuan Shih K’ai 82
      • inaugural ceremonies 112
    • Cuba: inauguration of President Menoeal 333
  • Indemnity payments by:
    • China 202
    • United States, 613
  • Industrial property convention 13631374
  • Insurrectionary claims against Cuba 341353
  • International American Conference, Third: treaties signed at Rio de Janeiro, 1906 1349, 1352
  • International conferences on—
    • maritime law 1355
    • opium 215
    • pecuniary claims 1349
    • naturalization 1352
    • industrial property 1363
    • radiotelegraph 1375
  • International congresses held in the United States:
    • Third International Congress of Refrigeration 1348
    • Fourth International Congress on School Hygiene 1348
  • International rifle-shooting tournament. 1
  • International law:
    • acts in their nature dangerous to other nations, a nation must refrain from 1029
    • alien ownership of land 625653 passim.
    • arbitration of pecuniary claims: text of international convention of 1906 13491352
    • armistice, necessary conditions of 825826
    • arrest, place of, in relation to extraterritorial rights 13131315, 13101339
    • asylum: 789, 796, 855, 11411147
    • bays, distinction between “territorial” and “historic” 1028
    • citizen, a corporation as a 649
    • citizenship—
    • claims, arbitration of pecuniary: text of international convention of 1906 13491352
    • consular jurisdiction in relation to extraterritorial rights. 13101339
    • damages: compensation by the national government for damages by a local authority to subjects of a foreign government. 641
    • constitutional character of the Huerta administration in Mexico 772, 826827
    • consular jurisdiction 13101333
    • corporation. See Citizen.
    • criminal offense: right of a Turkish court to try an American citizen for crime not admitted by the United States 1314
    • de facto relations with a de facto government distinguished from formal recognition 748, 753
    • descent of real property to an alien disqualified from taking 646
    • diplomatic representative, status of; power of an unrecognized administration to define the extent of its relations with a properly accredited and accepted representative 800801
    • discriminatory legislation against particular classes of aliens 625653
    • estoppel by treaty agreements 642, 643
    • execution of political prisoners 837838
    • exportation of arms: causes for exceptions to prohibition of, 872–877; prohibition a domestic matter 878
    • extraterritoriality, bearing of, on status of foreign members of the crew of an American ship 13101339, 1314
    • flag, protection afforded by a national. See Extraterritoriality: Turkey.
    • intervention to oppose negotiation of a treaty by a contiguous country affecting their joint interests 1022, 1027
    • joint sovereignty. See Sovereignty.
    • judicial process of a foreign court for service in the United States 75
    • jurisdiction, consular, in relation to extraterritorial rights.13101339
    • maritime law: international convention for the unification of rules pertaining to assistance and salvage at sea 13551362
    • most-favored-nation treatment guaranteed by treaty in relation to adverse treatment by local laws 638, 641
    • municipal laws not relevant to demands for performance of international obligations 347, 625653 passim
    • nationality—
    • naturalization—
    • neutrality statutes of the United States in relation to provisions of international law 868
    • neutrality: participation of foreign residents in defense of attacked locality forbidden 793794
    • option in treaty form 10231024
    • plebiscite, nature of 1201
    • property: protection of industrial property; international convention. 13631374
    • protection by a national flag. See Extraterritoriality: Turkey.
    • radiotelegraph convention 13751413
    • redress:
      • instances of recourse to legal proceedings instead of to diplomatic negotiations 640
      • exhaustion of local remedy prior, to diplomatic action 606
    • reference of a foreign claimant to a provincial or state authority not acquiesced in by the claimant’s government. 640
    • representation by diplomatic and consular officers of the interests of third governments 1123
    • requisition for military purposes of foreign property: 13391345
    • responsibility of a state for the acts of local authorities 649, 625653 passim
    • rights do not require, for their preservation, the continued existence of the power by which they were acquired 637, 640, 645
    • seaman, nationality of, follows the nationality of his ship 13131315
    • sovereignty:
      • joint sovereignty over waters of “historic” bays 1028
      • reservation by Japan (in relation to the treaty of 1911) of the right to maintain reciprocity with the separate States of the United States 627, 643
    • shipment of arms: distinction between prohibition of export of arms for promotion of political disturbance and mere commercial sale of arms 867
    • status of American naturalized citizens in various countries. See Status
    • temporary refuge. 737, 789, 796, 855
    • territorial waters. See Bays.
    • transfer of property to aliens, vested rights not impaired by laws forbidding 646
    • treaty, option in the form of a 10231024
    • treaty rights do not require, for their preservation, the continued existence of the power by which they were acquired 637, 640, 645
    • war vessels in waters of a government recognized as a de facto but not a de jure government by the government sending them 781783
  • International rifle-shooting tournament 1
  • International Union for the Protection of Industrial Property: treaty signed at Washington, 1911 1363
  • Intervention—
  • Invitation to the Panama-Pacific International Exposition 13
  • Isle of Pines, sovereignty over 354
  • Italy:
    • payment by the United States to Italy of an indemnity for the lynching of Angelo Albano, an Italian subject 613
    • sovereignty of Italy over Libya; attitude of the United States as to recognition thereof; relinquishment of extraterritorial rights 608
    • treaty between the United States and Italy amending article 3 of the treaty of commerce and navigation of February 26, 1871; text 611

J.

  • Japan:
    • naturalization of Japanese in the United States a political problem of national and not international concern 635, 644
    • protection by the United States of Japanese subjects in Mexico 915, 916
    • protest of Japan against the land laws of California 625653
  • Jewish citizens of the United States in Russia; text of House resolution of 1911–638
  • Judicial process of a foreign court for service in the United States 75
  • Jurisdiction: extraterritorial jurisdiction of the United States denied by Turkey 13101339
  • King George I of Greece, assassination of 551
  • King Constantine of Greece, accession of 551
  • Land laws of California:
    • act of May 19, 1913; text 627
    • protest of Japan against the act of May 19, 1913 625653
  • Latin America:
    • declaration of policy of the United States 7
    • speech by Senator Elihu Root in the Senate repudiating sentiments attributed to him 4
  • Libel of American diplomatic officers 405
  • Liberia:
    • claims of German merchants against Liberia; formation of a claims commission; good offices of the United States 665
    • good offices of the United States in composing difficulties with the German Government 655, 665
    • message of President Howard to the Legislature 654
    • transfer of the Donovan trust fund to the Liberian Government by the American Colonization Society 686
    • uprisings of natives on the Sierra Leone frontier 681
  • Libya, sovereignty of Italy over 608
  • List of papers in this volume, by country, in chronological order, with subjects noted xvii
  • Loans:

M.

  • Maine monument dedication, participation of a Cuban delegation in 414
  • Maritime law:
    • assistance and salvage at sea; international convention for the unification of certain rules of law 13551362
    • Third International Conference: treaty signed at Brussels, 1910 1355
  • Mediation between—
    • Bolivia and Chile: offer of the American Minister in 1879; reference 1166
    • Bolivia, Chile, and Peru—
      • offers of European governments in 1879 and 1881; attitude of the United States; reference 11661167, 11701171, 1190, 11961198
      • offers of South American governments; reference 1166
      • offers of the United States in 1880 and 1881; reference 11661167, 11701171
    • Chile and Peru—
      • offer of the American Minister in 1879; reference 1166
      • Tacna-Arica dispute; proposals for the joint mediation of the United States, Argentina and Brazil 11641240, 11701171, 11791240
    • Ecuador and Peru: request of Peru for the arbitration of the boundary dispute through the mediation of the United States, Argentina, and Brazil 11471164, 11591160, 11701171
  • Messages of the President of the United States to the Congress:
    • annual address IX-XVI, 864865
    • Special messages—
      • Colombia: March 1, 1913, transmitting a report by the Secretary of State on the relations between the United States and Colombia 296308
      • Colorado River: June 14, 1912, transmitting a letter of the Secretary of the Interior submitting an appeal for further appropriations and works 987990
      • Mexico: August 27, 1913, submitting a statement of the facts concerning relations with Mexico, embodying the President’s instructions to Mr. Lind and transcribing the reply of the Mexican Foreign Office to proposals made through Mr. Lind 820827, 828
      • opium—
        • April 21, 1913, transmitting to the Congress a communication from the Secretary of State urging an appropriation for the delegation to the Second International Opium Conference 215
        • August 9, 1913, transmitting to the Congress a communication from the Secretary of State accompanied by a report from the American delegates to the Second International Opium Conference 220
      • Peru: February 7, 1913, transmitting a report of the Secretary of State concerning slavery in Peru 12401249
  • Messages of the Presidents of—
  • Mexico:
    • amnesty granted by Mexican Congress for period prior to Huerta régime 782
    • Angeles, Gen.: action of American ambassador in behalf of 788
    • Carranza, Venustiano, Governor of Coahuila:
      • submits unconditionally to Huerta 726, 727, 750, 751, 763
      • revolts against Huerta 721,727,735,752,763
      • demands Huerta’s resignation 755, 756, 767
      • armed conflict with Huerta begins 734, 763
      • customhouse opened by Carranza 742
      • proclaims sovereignty of the State of Coahuila 721,763
      • telegram to the President of the United States 742
      • characterization by the American ambassador, 757, 774
      • resents American ambassador’s recommendation of surrender to Huerta 758,767
      • proclaims himself provisional President of Mexico 784, 787
      • establishes general headquarters of Constitutionalist party at Ciudad Porfirio Diaz 787, 788
      • enters Torreon 835
      • de facto government, Carranza claims his to be a 954
      • See also Constitutionalist party.
    • Chamizal controversy 957977
      • convention, proposal by the United States of tentative bases for a 968
      • refusal of Huerta to consider the controversy until recognition of his government by the United States 976
      • various references 927, 942, 944945, 948
    • claims against Mexico—
      • attitude of Huerta toward foreign claims in general 923
      • Carranza’s decrees as to claims and rights of foreigners 954956
      • contrast between claims arising from the revolution of 1910 and subsequent disturbances; attitude of Great Britain 923, 932, 936940, 948950
      • international claims commission insisted on by the Diplomatic Corps 946954, 956
    • claims against Mexico made by—
    • Colorado River, construction and maintenance of protective work on the, and negotiations with the Government of Mexico concerning the equitable distribution of the waters of that river 977993
      • international commission suggested 981987
      • treaty suggested 991
      • message of the President to Congress in regard to an appropriation 987990
      • refusal of Huerta to consider the question until formal recognition of his government by the United States 993
      • other references 927, 942, 944945, 948
    • confiscation of estates of contributors to the revolution against Huerta 782
    • Congress—
      • anti-Huerta speech of Senator Belisario Domínguez, September 23, 1913 844
      • resolution of Chamber of Deputies, October 10, 1913, concerning disappearance of Senator Dominguez. 836
      • Chamber of Deputies dissolved by Huerta October 10, 1913 840
      • new Congress elected October 26 850
      • bill introduced December 9, 1913, nullifying elections of October 26, 1913, calling elections for July, 1914, and continuing Huerta as “constitutional ad interim President” to November 30, 1916 866
      • adjourned December 15, 1913, until April 14, 1914 866
      • See also Permanent Commission.
    • Constitutionalist party—
      • establishment of general headquarters at Ciudad Porfirio Diaz by provisional President Carranza 787, 788
      • appointment of Roberto V. Pesqueira as confidential agent at Washington 856
      • protests against exportation from the United States of arms for Huertistas 878
      • requests United States to recognize its belligerency 878, 880881
    • customs duties, waiver of, as to the importation into Mexico from the United States of materials for works and workers on the Colorado River 979981
    • de facto government:
      • Carranza claims his to be a 954
      • opinion of the Department of State as to the de facto character of the Huerta régime 733, 735, 738, 748, 809
    • De la Barra, Francisco: resignation from Ministry for Foreign Affairs 808
    • Díaz, Felix—
      • rumored plan to murder in prison 693
      • escapes from prison and leads troops against Madero 700
      • requests of the United States recognition of his belligerency 703,708
      • agreement with Huerta as to a provisional government 720721, 722, 784, 808
      • surrenders his forces to the Huerta government 724
      • message to the President of the United States 756, 757
      • relations with Huerta 798,808
      • appointed ambassador on special mission to Japan 812
      • recalled 831
      • attitude after recall 850
      • refuge on United States war vessel 854855
    • Diaz, Ex-President Porfirio 855
    • Dominguez, Senator Belisario—
      • resolution of Chamber of Deputies concerning his disappearance 836
      • speech in the Senate denouncing Huerta 844846
    • elections—
      • nullification of election of Oct. 26, 1913 866
      • called for July, 1914 866
    • exportation of arms and munitions of war into Mexico from the United States; prohibition thereof and exceptions to the prohibition 867883
    • firing across the international boundary 695, 754, 820827
    • Huerta, Victoriano—
    • intervention of the United States. See Policy of the United States: intervention.
    • Lind, John: sent to Mexico as the personal representative of the President 818820, 832
    • Lascurain, Minister for Foreign Affairs: succession to the presidency 723, 772, 826
    • loan secured by Huerta administration 806
    • Madero, Francisco I.—
      • February 9, 1913; revolution against his government begun 699
      • February 14; requests the United States not to disembark troops713, 715
      • February 15; his resignation requested by the Diplomatic Corps and the Mexican Senate711, 712
      • February 18; arrested by Blanquette with approval of Huerta 720
      • February 19; resignation of the presidency 723, 725, 778779, 826
      • February 22; murdered 731732, 736, 749, 763, 770, 772
    • Maytorena, José M., governor of Sonora: flight to the United States 746
      • telegram to the United States Government urging nonrecognition of Huerta 759, 777
      • requests raising of embargo on shipment of arms 820
    • messages of de facto Provisional President Huerta to the Congress 691
    • military interregnum 720
    • neutrality of the United States. (See prohibition of shipment of arms, etc.) See also policy of the United States.
    • Obregón, Col.: refuses American recruits for Sonora State troops 784
    • Permanent commission: represents legislative powers after adjournment of Congress on December 15, 1913 866
    • Pesqueira, Ignacio L.: provisional governor of Sonora: communication to the United States Government 782
    • Pesqueira, Roberto V.: appointed confidential agent of the Constitutionalist government at Washington 856
    • Pino Suárez, José María, vice president: his arrest, resignation, and murder 722, 723, 725, 731732, 736, 749, 763, 770, 772, 778779, 826
    • policy of the United States—
    • political affairs: assassination of President Madero and Vice President Pino Suárez; seizure of the executive power by Gen. Huerta cooperating with Gen. Felix Díaz; dictatorship of Huerta; imprisonment of opposition deputies and nullification of presidential elections; suppression of Díaz; uprising of Constitutionalists under Venustiano Carranza; measures taken by the United States on the border and in Mexican waters; measures taken by the Diplomatic Corps to protect the lives of foreigners 692867
    • prohibition of shipment of arms and munitions of war into Mexico from the United States, and exceptions thereto 867884
    • protection of American life and property in Mexico 884896
    • protection by the United States of Spanish, French, German, Chinese, and Japanese subjects in Mexico 896923
    • recognition of Huerta—
    • revolution against Huerta—
    • revolution against Madero. See Madero.
    • secession movement reported. 802803
    • Tlahualilo Company, settlement, through joint representations by Great Britain and the United States, of the controversy with Mexico concerning the 9931010
    • Vásquez Gómez, Emilio: forms a provisional government under his presidency 739, 752
    • Villa, Francisco 693, 816, 864, 899, 914
    • violations of neutrality; prohibition of shipment of arms and munitions of war into Mexico from the United States, and exceptions thereto 867884
    • Zapatistas—
      • uprising against Madero 701
      • submission to Huerta 743, 774.
      • note to the Government of the United States 817
  • Military requisitions of American property by the Turkish Government 13391345
  • Military service: exemption. 12901303
  • Minister of the United States: as arbitrator of a French claim against the Dominican Republic 470
  • Monroe Doctrine:
    • attitude of the United States toward European mediation in 1879 and 1881 between Chile and Peru-Bolivia 11661167, 11701171, 1190, 11901198
    • declaration of policy with regard to Latin America 7
    • speech of Senator Root 46
  • Montenegro:
  • Morocco: responsibility of the Moroccan Government for the safety of foreigners traveling or sojourning in the Empire 1011
  • Morphine, See Opium.
  • Most-favored-nation treatment:
  • Müller, Dr. Lauro S., Minister for Foreign Affairs of Brazil; visit to the United States 67
  • Munitions of war:
    • definition of 872:
    • See also Arms.

N.

  • Nationality:
  • Naturalization:
    • abrogation of the right of Syrians to trade in Haiti; rights of Syrian-born American citizens 575
    • convention, international, establishing the status of naturalized citizens who again take up their residence in the country of their origin 13521355
    • conventions between—
      • United States and Austria-Hungary: violation of convention of 1871 21.
      • United States and Japan: relation of the treaty of commerce and navigation of 1911 to the land laws of California as to naturalization of Japanese 635, 644
      • United States and Portugal: interpretation of the convention of 1908 1296, 1297, 12901303
    • See also Citizenship; Nationality.
  • Naval station at:
    • Corn Island: proposal of Nicaragua to the United States 1021
    • Guantánamo: negotiations with Cuba 353
    • Gulf of Fonseca: proposal of Nicaragua to the United States 1021
  • Navigation: port regulations: arrest in Turkey of captain of an American ship for violation of regulations during war 13101339
  • Netherlands:
    • dedication of the Palace of Peace at The Hague 1017
    • misuse of the American flag for advertising purposes 1017
    • opium convention, deposit at The Hague of the instrument of ratification by the United States of the 283.
  • Neutrality:
  • Nicaragua:
    • canal: proposed interoceanic canal treaty between the United States and Nicaragua, and protests of Salvador and Costa Rica in relation thereto 10211034
    • claims: mixed commission for the settlement of; reference. 1040, 10481059
    • Dawson agreements of 1910; reference 1059
    • denial of Colombia’s claim to sovereignty over Great Corn and Little Corn Islands 10321033
    • financial affairs—
      • conclusion of a loan contract with American bankers: good offices of the United States; relation of loan funds to Mixed Commission’s awards 10341067
      • text of loan contract 1045
      • summary 1061
      • finance commissioner appointed 1050
    • message of President Diaz to the Congress 1020
  • North Borneo. See Great Britain.
  • Norway: attitude toward the Huerta regime in Mexico 753, 805, 843, 858, 864
  • Nursery stock, certificates of inspection of 1

O.

  • Opium Conference, Second International; report of the American delegates; ratification of the opium convention by the United States 215283
  • Ottoman Government. See Turkey.

P.

  • Palace of Peace at The Hague 1017
  • Panama:
    • American citizens, assault on 10691081
    • American citizens of Chinese race, status and protection of 11041105
    • canal. See Panama Canal.
    • declaration effected by exchange of notes between the United States and Panama permitting consuls to take note, in person or by authorized representatives, of declarations of values of exports made by shippers before customs officers; text 10681069
    • financial measures; attitude of the United States 10941104
    • health of the Isthmus in relation to sanitation of Guayaquil 517
    • protection of Chinese interests in Panama; good offices of the United States 11051139
    • railroads—
      • proposed Duncan concession objected to by the United States for strategic and other reasons 10811094
      • proposed Panama-David concession objected to by the United States for strategic, financial, and other reasons 10941104
    • relations with Colombia and the United States 284329
    • railroad concession in Panama objected to by the United States for strategic reasons relating to the canal 10811094
    • relation of Colombia to the canal 284329 passim
    • tolls—
      • exemption of vessels in the coastwise trade of the United States from payment of tolls; representations of Great Britain 540549
      • act of August 24, 1912; references 540543
      • proclamation of November 13, 1912; reference 540
    • See also Panama: railroad concession and railroad legislation; Treaties: by subject (canal).
  • Panama Canal Zone: relation to sanitation of Guayaquil 517
  • Panama Pacific International Exposition at San Francisco in 1915 13
  • Payment by the United States to Italy of an indemnity 613
  • Peace plan of the President 8
  • Peru:
    • arrest, imprisonment, and deportation of ex-President Leguía; offer of asylum at the American legation and courtesies extended to him by the United States at Panama and New York; recognition by the Peruvian Government of the right of a political refugee to seek and be accorded asylum at the legation of a foreign country 11411147
    • boundary dispute between Peru and Ecuador 1141, 11471164
    • message of the President 1140
    • Putumayo Indian slavery—
      • joint investigation by the United States and Great Britain 12401289
      • reference 1140
    • Tacna-Arica dispute between Peru and Chile; various proposals for the mediation of the United States, Argentina, and Brazil; refusal of Chile to assent to the offer of the United States to protect Peruvian interests in Chile 11641239
      • history of the dispute, 1866–1909 11641171
      • bases of settlement proposed by Chile, November 1, 1909 11721174
      • bases proposed by Peru, 1909 11741175
      • proposal by Brazil of mediation of United States, Brazil, and Argentina 1179
      • severance of diplomatic relations between Peru and Chile 1178
      • refusal of Chile to assent to protection of Peruvian interests by the United States 1178
      • acceptance by the United States of Brazil’s proposal of mediation 1182, 1185, 1197
      • mediation declined by Chile 1185
      • bases of settlement proposed by Chile, 1910 1181, 1192
      • bases of settlement proposed by Peru, 1910 1187, 1191
      • mediation of Argentina and the United States discussed 1198, 1203
      • intervention of Bolivia 11981200, 1204
      • review of negotiations of 1909–1910 12001203
      • Argentina’s attitude 1204
      • attitude of the United States 1204
      • Peru’s acceptance of Chile’s proposal 12041205
      • Peru’s acceptance of Chile’s suggestion of Great Britain as adviser 12051208
      • Chile provides for representation of Tacna-Arica in Chilean Congress, 1215
      • Peru requests mediation of the United States, Brazil, and Argentina 12151221
      • resumption of negotiations between Chile and Peru, and renewal of request for mediation 12221239
  • Philippine Islands: extradition to or from British North Borneo; arrangement between the United States and Great Britain 549
  • Plant quarantine act 2
  • Plebiscite:
  • Policy of the United States in relation to—
  • Political affairs. See entries under the several countries.
  • Political refugee granted asylum at American legation 1141
  • Portugal: American citizenship of Portugese-born children of native or naturalized American fathers; dual citizenship of American-born children of Portuguese parents, and their exemption from Portuguese military service under certain conditions; interpretations of the naturalization treaty of 1908 between the United States and Portugal, the fourteenth amendment to the Constitution and section 1993 of the Revised Salutes 12901303
  • Presentation of a statue of Washington to Argentina by American citizens 1520
  • President of the United States:
  • Presidents of—
    • Brazil: message of President Marshal Hermes R. da Fonseca to the Congress 24
    • China: inaugural address of President Yuan Shin K’ai 82
      • inauguration 112
    • Colombia: message of President Carlos E. Restrepo to the Congress; extracts pertaining to relations with the United States 317
    • Cuba: inauguration of President Mario G. Menocal 333
    • Dominican Republic—
    • Nouel, Archbishop Adolfo A.: message to Congress 417
    • Bordas Valdes, José: election 422
      • recognition by the United States 424
    • Ecuador: message of President Plaza to the Congress 471
      • recognition by the United States 471
    • Haiti—
      • Auguste, Tancrede: death of 573
      • Oreste, Michel: election of 573
    • Honduras—
      • Bonilla, Manuel: death of 591
      • Bertrand, Francisco: assumption of the presidency 591
    • Liberia: message of President Daniel E. Howard to the Legislature 654
    • Mexico—
    • Nicaragua: message of President Diaz to the Congress 1029
    • Panama: special message of President Porras to the Assembly in relation to railroad legislation 1098
    • Peru—
      • Leguía, Ex-President Augusto B.: asylum offered at American legation; deportation; courtesies offered him by the United States 11411147
      • Billinghurst, Guillermo E.: message to the Congress 1140
    • Salvador—
      • Araújo, Manuel E.: assassination of 1304
      • Meléndez, Carlos: succession to the presidency 13051308
  • Presumption of expatriation 3, 1352
  • Prohibition of—
    • exportations of arms. See Arms.
    • importation of aigrettes, etc 12
  • Property:
  • Proposal by Brazil of an agreement with the United States relating to counterfeiters 37
  • Proposal of France, Germany, and Great Britain to arbitrate insurrectionary claims against Cuba 341
  • Proposal of an interoceanic canal treaty between the United States and Nicaragua 1021
  • Proposal of railroad concessions in Panama 1081, 1094
  • Prosecution for crime, immunity of Cuban Congressmen from 405
  • Protection of American life and property in foreign countries:
  • Protection by the United States of life and property of foreigners in—
  • Protection of industrial property: international convention of 1911 13631374
  • Protégé of a foreign government, treatment of, by Turkey 13311332
  • Protest of Japan against the land laws of California 625
  • Protest of Salvador and Costa Rica against Nicaragua canal treaty 1021
  • Protest of the United States against Turkey:
    • refusal to surrender the captain of the Texas to American consular jurisdiction 1310
    • requisition of American property for military purposes 1339

Q.

  • Quarantine act as to plants 2

R.

  • Radiotelegraph convention 13751413
  • Railroads:
    • Cuba: Caibarien-Nuevitas project 381405
    • Honduras 594607
    • Panama:
      • proposed Duncan concession 10811094
      • proposed Panama-David concession 10941104
  • Recognition by the United States of new governments in—
  • Recognition of sovereignty of Italy over Libya; attitude of the United States 608
  • Recovery:
    • coffee revenues of Guatemala restored to Great Britain, 557
    • railroad and wharf restored to Honduras 594
  • Red Cross: Chinese in Mexico, protection of 919
  • Reestablishment of relations between France and Venezuela 529
  • Refrigeration, Third International Congress of 1348
  • Refugee, political: grant of asylum at American legation 11411147
  • Relinquishment by the United States of extraterritorial rights in Libya 608
  • Revised Statutes of the United States: interpretation of—
  • Revolutions:
    • China 87
    • Dominican Republic 418
    • Ecuador 472
    • Mexico 692
  • Rifle-shooting tournament, international 1
  • Rights:
  • Root, Senator Elihu: speech repudiating sentiments attributed to him in relation to Latin America 4
  • Roumania: war with Bulgaria. See Bulgaria.

S.

  • Salvador:
    • assassination of President Araújo and succession of Carlos Meléndez to the presidency 13041308
    • protest against a proposed interoceanic canal treaty between Nicaragua and the United States 10211034
  • Salvage at sea 13551362
  • Sanitation of Guayaquil: report of the American Sanitary Commission 505
  • School Hygiene, Fourth International Congress on 1348
  • Second International Opium Conference 215
  • Secretary of American Legation:
  • Serbia: war with Turkey. See Turkey.
  • Sherman Antitrust Act, section 6 50
  • Ship: classification, as property, for the purposes of international jurisdiction and protection 1323, 13101339
  • Sierra Leone, uprisings of natives on the Liberian frontier of 681
  • Sinking of the Texas 1310
  • Slavery of Indians in—
    • Ecuador: offer of the United States to assist in suppression of slave trade 521
    • Peru: joint investigation by the United States and Great Britain 1240
  • Smuggling of arms into Mexico 877, 879
  • South America, policy of the United States in 11651168
  • Sovereignty:
    • Colombia: Great Corn and Little Corn Islands 10321033
    • Cuba: Isle of Pines 354
    • Ecuador: dispute with Peru 11601163
    • Italy, attitude of the United States as to the sovereignty of, over Libya 608
    • Mexico: attitude of the United States 821
    • Nicaragua: Great Corn and Little Corn Islands 10321033
    • Peru: dispute with Ecuador 11471163
    • United States: Isle of Pines 354
    • joint sovereignty over waters of “historic” bays 1028
    • necessity to sovereignty of incorporation in a country of the contiguous territory whose condition affects its safety and prosperity 11981199
  • Spain: protection by the United States of Spanish subjects in Mexico 896 900 et seq.
  • Speech of Senator Elihu Root in the Senate 4
  • State and Federal authorities, cooperation of, on Mexican border 877, 880
  • Statue of Washington presented to Argentina 15
  • Status of American citizens of—
    • Syrian origin, in Haiti 575
    • Chinese origin, in Panama 1104
    • Portuguese origin, in Portugal 1290
    • Austrian origin, in Austria-Hungary 21
  • Status of American citizens: presumption of expatriation3, 1352
  • Status of Greek citizen, captain of American-owned ship, in Turkey 1310
  • Subsidies, shipping 540
  • Syrian-born citizens of the United States, rights of, in Haiti 575

T.

  • Tacna-Arica dispute between Peru and Chile 11641240
  • Telegraph. See Radiotelegraph convention 13751413
  • Temporary refuge. See Mexico: policy of the United States; Peru: arrest of ex-President Leguía
  • Territorial waters:
    • fishery rights, extent of 1029
    • joint sovereignty of Salvador, Honduras, and Nicaragua over the Gulf of Fonseca 1028
  • Texas, sinking of the steamer 13101339
  • Texas Rangers: activities on the Mexican border 877, 880
  • The Hague. See Hague.
  • Third International American Conference: treaties signed at Rio de Janeiro, 1906 1349, 1352
  • Third International Conference on Maritime Law: treaty signed at Brussels, 1910 1355
  • Tlahualilo Company: settlement of its controversy with Mexico 9931010
  • Transfer of Donovan Trust Fund to Liberia 686
  • Treaties, arbitration of the meaning of 286
  • Treaties:1 by country2
    • Austria-Hungary and the United States: violation by Austria-Hungary of the naturalization convention of 1871 21
    • Bolivia and Chile: treaty of 1866; reference 1165
    • Bolivia and Peru: treaty of 1873; reference 1165
    • Brazil and the United States: proposal of Brazil of a special agreement concerning counterfeiters 37
    • Brazil and the United States: termination by Brazil of the extradition treaty of 1897 and protocols of 1898 and 1903 25
    • Bulgaria and Turkey: treaty of peace signed at London May 30, 1913; notice thereof 1309
      • protocol, pertaining to above treaty, signed at Constantinople September 29, 1913; notice thereof 1309
    • Chile and Bolivia; treaty of 1866; reference 1165
    • Chile and Peru: treaty of Ancon, 1884: text of article 3 1168
    • Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru: boundary treaty of 1894; reference 1158
    • Colombia and Panama: canal treaty of 1909 cited 284
    • Colombia and the United States—
      • draft of treaty submitted by Colombia relating to adjustment of relations with the United States 324
      • draft of treaty submitted by the United States relating to adjustment of relations with Colombia 328
      • treaty of 1846; references 284
        • text of article 35 314
      • canal treaty (Hay-Herran, 1903); cited 284
        • reference 542
      • canal treaty of 1909 cited 284
    • Costa Rica and Nicaragua: boundary treaty; reference 1022
    • Ecuador and Peru—
      • boundary treaty of 1887; reference 11571159
      • boundary treaty of 1890; reference 1158
    • Ecuador, Peru, and Colombia: boundary treaty of 1894; reference 1158
    • France and the United States: arbitration agreement extending the duration of the convention of February 10, 1908; text 528
    • France and Venezuela: protocol for reestablishment of relations; text 537
    • Great Britain and the United States—
      • boundary treaty of 1846; reference 1030
      • Clayton-Bulwer treaty (1850); reference 540, 543
      • extradition arrangement relating to British North Borneo, Guam, and the Philippine Islands; text 549
      • Hay-Pauncefote treaty (1901); reference 540, 541
      • arbitration treaty of 1908; article 1 cited 548
      • arbitration treaty (unratified) of August 3, 1911; reference 547
    • Greece and Turkey:
      • treaty of peace signed at London May 30, 1913; notice thereof 1309
      • protocol, pertaining to above treaty, signed at Athens November 14, 1913; notice thereof 1309
    • Italy and the United States: treaty of February 25, 1913, amending article 3 of the treaty of commerce and navigation of February 26, 1871; text 611
    • Japan and the United States—
      • commerce and navigation—
        • treaty of 1894; reference 636, 639, 645
        • text of Articles I and XIV of the treaty of February 21, 1911 625, 645
        • notes exchanged by the two Governments in regard to the treaty of February 21, 1911 626
    • Mexico and the United States: treaty of commerce and navigation of 1831; reference; 638, 646
    • Montenegro and Turkey: notice of signing of peace treaty at London on May 30, 1913 1309
    • Nicaragua and Costa Rica: boundary treaty of 1858; reference 1022
    • Nicaragua and the United States—
      • canal—
        • correspondence concerning a proposed interoceanic canal treaty 10211034
        • treaty of February 8, 1913; reference 1022
      • loan convention of June 6, 1911; reference 1040, 1047
    • Panama and Colombia: canal treaty of 1909 cited 285
    • Panama and the United States—
      • canal treaty of 1903 cited 285, 541, 542, 1097, 11021103
      • canal treaty of 1909 cited 285
      • consular certificates: declaration effected by exchange of notes, April 17, 1913; text 10681069
    • Peru and Bolivia: treaty of 1873; reference 1165
    • Peru and Chile: treaty of Ancon, 1884; text of article 3 1168
    • Peru and Ecuador—
      • boundary treaty of 1887; reference 1157, 1158
      • boundary treaty of 1890; reference 1158
    • Peru, Ecuador, and Colombia: boundary treaty of 1894; reference 1158
    • Portugal and the United States: naturalization treaty of 1908; interpretation of 12901303
    • Russia and the United States: treaty of commerce and navigation of 1832; reference 638, 649
    • Serbia and Turkey: notice of signing of peace at London, May 30, 1913 1309
    • Turkey and Montenegro, Serbia, Bulgaria, and Greece: notice of signing of peace at London, May 30, 1913 1309
    • United States and Austria-Hungary: violation by Austria-Hungary of naturalization treaty of 1871 21
    • United States and Brazil—
      • proposal by Brazil of a special agreement concerning counterfeiters 37
      • termination by Brazil of the extradition treaty of 1897 and protocols of 1898 and 1903 25
    • United States and Colombia—
      • draft of treaty submitted by Colombia relating to adjustment of relations with the United States 324
      • draft of treaty submitted by the United States relating to adjustment of relations with Colombia 328.
      • treaty of 1846; references 284
        • text of article 35 314
      • canal treaty of 1903 cited, 284 et seq., passim; reference 542
      • canal treaty of 1909 cited 284
    • United States and France: arbitration agreement extending the duration of the Convention of February 10, 1908; text 528
    • United States and Great Britain—
      • boundary treaty of 1846; reference 1030
      • Clayton-Bulwer treaty (1850); reference 540, 543
      • extradition arrangement relating to British North Borneo, Guam, and the Philippine Islands; text 549
      • Hay-Pauncefote treaty (1901); reference 540, 541, 542
      • arbitration treaty of 1908; article 1, cited 548
      • arbitration treaty (unratified) of August 3, 1911; reference 547
    • United States and Italy: treaty of February 25, 1913, amending article 3 of the treaty of commerce and navigation of February 26, 1871; text 611
    • United States and Japan—
      • commerce and navigation treaty of 1894; reference 636, 639, 645
      • commerce and navigation—
        • text of Articles I and XIV of the treaty of commerce and navigation of February 21, 1911 625
        • Notes exchanged by the two Governments in regard to the treaty of February 21, 1911 626
    • United States and Mexico: treaty of 1831; reference 638, 646
    • United States and Nicaragua—
      • canal—
        • correspondence concerning a proposed interoceanic canal treaty 10211034
        • treaty of February 8, 1913; reference 1022
      • loan convention of June 6, 1911; reference 1040, 1047
    • United States and Panama—
      • canal—
      • consular certificates; declaration effected by exchange of notes, April 17, 1913; text 10681069
    • United States and Portugal: naturalization treaty of 1908; interpretation 12901303
    • United States and Russia: treaty of 1832; reference 638
    • United States and Uruguay: arbitration convention of January 9, 1909; text 13461347
    • Uruguay and the United States: arbitration convention of January 9, 1909; text 13461347
    • Venezuela and France: protocol for reestablishment of relations; text 537
  • Treaties: by subject—
    • arbitration—
      • United States and France: agreement extending the duration of the convention of February 10, 1908; text 528
      • United States and Great Britain—
        • treaty of 1908; article 1 cited 548
        • treaty (unratified) of 1911; reference 547
      • United States and Uruguay: convention of January 9, 1909; text 13461347
    • boundary—
      • Bolivia and Chile; treaty of 1866; reference 1165
      • Chile and Peru; treaty of Ancon, 1884; text of article 3 1168
      • Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru: treaty of 1894; reference 1158
      • Costa Rica and Nicaragua: treaty of 1858; reference 1022 et seq.
      • Ecuador and Peru—
        • treaty of 1887; reference 1157
        • treaty of 1890; reference 1158
      • United States and Great Britain: treaty of 1846; reference 1030
    • canal, Nicaragua—
      • correspondence concerning a proposed interoceanic canal treaty with the United States 10211034
      • treaty of February 8, 1913, with the United States; reference 1022
    • canal, Panama—
      • Clayton-Bulwer treaty (1850); reference 540, 543
      • Hay-Pauncefote treaty (1901); reference 540, 541, 542
      • Hay-Herran treaty (1903); reference 541, 542, 1097, 11021103
      • treaty of 1909; reference 284
      • Panama-Colombia treaty of 1909 cited 285
    • citizenship. See Naturalization.
    • commerce and navigation—
      • United States and Italy: treaty of February 25, 1913, amending article 3 of the treaty of February 26, 1871; text 611
      • United States and Japan—
        • text of Articles I and XIV of the treaty of February 21, 1911 625
        • notes exchanged between the two governments in regard to the treaty of February 21, 1911 626
        • treaty of 1894; reference 636, 639, 640
      • United States and Mexico: treaty of 1831; reference 638
      • United States and Russia: treaty of 1832; reference 638, 649
    • consular: a declaration effected by exchange of notes between the United States and Panama permitting consular certificates of values of exports; text 1068
    • counterfeiters: proposal by Brazil or a special agreement with the United States 37
    • extradition—
      • arrangement between Great Britain and the United States; text 549
      • termination by Brazil of the treaty of 1897 with the United States 25
    • loans United States and Nicaragua; treaty of 1911; reference 1040, 1047
    • naturalization—
      • Austria-Hungary and the United States of 1871; violation of 21
      • United States and Portugal; interpretation of treaty of 1908 12901303
    • peace—
      • Bolivia and Chile, 1866 1165
      • Bolivia and Peru, 1873 1165
      • Chile and Peru, 1884 1168
      • Turkey and Greece, 1913 1309
      • Turkey and Serbia, 1913 1309
      • Turkey and Montenegro, Serbia, Bulgaria, and Greece; notice of signing, at London, of treaty of May 30, 1913 1309
      • Turkey and Bulgaria: notice of signing of protocol pertaining to the above treaty, at Constantinople, September 29, 1913 1309
      • Turkey and Greece: notice of signing of protocol pertaining to above treaty, at Athens, November 14, 1913 1309
    • relations—
      • United States and Colombia: references to treaty of 1846 284
        • text of article 35 314
      • reestablishment of, between—
        • Colombia and the United States—
          • draft of treaty submitted by Colombia 324
          • draft of treaty submitted by the United States 328
        • France and Venezuela: text of protocol 537
  • Treaties, international: by subject—
    • arbitration of pecuniary claims: treaty signed at Rio de Janeiro August 13, 1906, extending the duration of the treaty signed at Mexico January 30, 1902; reference 1005
    • assistance and salvage at sea. See Maritime law.
    • citizenship: convention establishing the status of naturalized citizens who again take up their residence in the country of their origin; signed at Rio de Janeiro August 13, 1906; text 1352
    • claims. See Arbitration.
    • industrial property: convention and final protocol for the protection of industrial property, replacing the Paris convention and final protocol of March 20, 1883, the protocol of Madrid of April 15, 1891, and the additional act signed at Brussels on December 14, 1900; signed at Washington, June 2, 1911; proclaimed April 29, 1913; text 13631374
    • maritime law: convention for the unification of certain rules of law with respect to assistance and salvage at sea; signed at Brussels September 23, 1910; proclaimed February 13, 1913; text 13551362
    • naturalization. See Citizenship.
    • opium, morphine, and cocaine: ratification by the United States of the convention of January 23, 1912 215
    • pecuniary claims. See Arbitration.
    • property, protection of industrial. See Industrial property.
    • radiotelegraph convention; final protocol; service regulations and supplements thereto; signed at London, July 5, 1912; proclaimed February 20, 1913; texts 13751413
    • salvage at sea. See Maritime law
    • telegraph. See Radiotelegraph,
    • wireless telegraph. See Radiotelegraph.
  • Treaty rights acquired under a treaty continue after abrogation of the treaty; citations of announcement of the principle 637, 640, 645
  • Turkey:
    • protest of the United States against requisitions of American property by the Turkish Government for military purposes 13391345
    • sinking of the steamer Texas of the Archipelago-American Line in Turkish waters by Turkish batteries or mines; protest of the United States against refusal of Turkish Government to surrender the captain thereof to American consular jurisdiction 13101339
    • war between Turkey and Montenegro, Serbia, Bulgaria, and Greece; treaty of peace signed at London, May 30, 1913; treaty of peace between Turkey and Bulgaria signed at Constantinople, September 29, 1913; and between Turkey and Greece, at Athens, November 14, 1913 13091310

U.

V.

  • Valorization defined in relation to the coffee market 40
  • Valorization of coffee 39
  • Venezuela: reestablishment of relations between Venezuela and France; good offices of the United States 529539
  • Visit of the Brazilian Minister for Foreign Affairs, Dr. Müller, to the United States 67

W.

  • Wars between—
    • Bulgaria and Greece, Serbia, Montenegro, and Roumania 7881
    • Turkey and Montenegro, Serbia, Bulgaria and Greece 13091310
  • Washington conventions of 1907 1027
  • Washington statue presented to Argentina 15
  • “Watchful waiting” X, 820823, 864
  • Wilson, Henry Lane: resignation as ambassador to Mexico 817
  • Wireless telegraph. See Radiotelegraph convention 13751413

Z.

  • Zapata Swamp concession in Cuba 365
  1. See also Arbitration: by subject.
  2. Including agreements, arrangements, declarations, and understandings.
  3. See also “Treaties; by subject” and “Treaties, international; by subject.”