Protection by the United States of Spanish, British, French, German, and Chinese subjects and interests in Mexico; attitude of Gen. Carranza toward unofficial representations in behalf of non-American foreign persons and interests by American officials—
- Protection of Spanish subjects and interests (Documents 1336-1464)
- Protection of British subjects and interests. Execution of William S.
Benton, a British subject; good offices of the United States (Documents 1465-1527)
- Protection of French citizens and interests; treatment of religious
orders (Documents 1528-1568)
- Protection of German subjects and interests (Documents 1569-1602)
- Protection of Chinese; admission of refugees to the United States155