- Treaty for the advancement of general peace, concluded between the United States and China (Document 42)
- Message of the President, Yuan Shih K’ai, to the Council of State acting in the capacity of Li Fa Yuan (national legislative body). (See Political affairs.)1
- Political affairs:2 Constitutional reform; movement to restore monarchical government in China; attitude of the United States (Documents 43-65)
- Relations between China and Japan; “Twenty-one demands” on China made by Japan; attitude of the United States (Documents 66-156)
- Claims of American citizens against China growing out of the Revolution of 1911–1912 and the Revolt of 1913; assent of interested governments to return to the Chinese Government of unused balance of claims fund; negotiations regarding allocation of revenues for claims purposes58 (Documents 157-158)
- Huai River Conservancy project; extension of Red Cross option63 (Documents 159-172)
- Taxation of foreigners; new stamp tax; interpretation of the Treaty of 1903 in relation to Chinese internal taxes and to the status of treaty ports64 (Documents 173-185)
- Infringement of American trade-marks in China. Vaseline trademark case: The Chesebrough Manufacturing Co. vs. Yung Ch’i Hsiang et al (Documents 186-201)
- Third International Opium Conference.
- International Opium Convention and Final Protocol.
- Restriction of immigration of Chinese to Cuba.
- Protection of Chinese interests in Mexico.
- Protection of Chinese interests in Panama.
- Discrimination in railroad rates.