- Arbitration agreement between the United States and Great Britain, extending the duration of the Convention of April 4, 1908 (Document 459)
- Treaty for the advancement of general peace, concluded between the United States and Great Britain (Document 460)
- Jurisdiction of the United States over foreign ships and persons on board them in United States waters; jurisdiction in foreign waters of the master or other person authorized by the United States over members of the crew of a private ship sailing under the United States flag (Documents 461-462)
- Panama Canal tolls: repeal of the provision of the Panama Canal Act exempting vessels in the coastwise trade of the United States from the payment of tolls1 (Documents 463-464)
- Presentation of a statue of Washington to Great Britain by the State of Virginia (Documents 465-469)
- Colonization of the Gold Coast, West Africa, by American Negroes (Documents 470-476)
- Protection by the United States of British interests—in the Dominican Republic and in Mexico.
- Assistance to American refugees in Mexico by British diplomatic and consular officers.
- Agreement between the United States and Great Britain in relation to oil interests in Mexico.
- Continued from For. Rel. 1913, pp 540–549.↩