File No. 793.94/550.
The Japanese Embassy to the Department of State.31
- Employment in the central government of competent Japanese as political, financial and military advisers.
- Recognition of the right of the Japanese hospitals, churches and schools in the interior to own lands.
- Employment of a large number of Japanese in the Chinese police offices in the localities where it is deemed necessary, and placing of the police system in those localities on a joint Chino-Japanese footing.
- Purchase from Japan of the arms and ammunition not to be less than certain amount; or establishment in China of joint Chino-Japanese factory for the manufacture of arms, the material and the service of engineers in connection therewith to be secured from Japan.
- The railway concessions regarding the lines connecting Wuchang with the Kiukiang-Nanchang Railway, Nanchang with Hang-chow, and Nanchang with Chaochow.
- Consultation with Japan in the first instance in case foreign capital is required in connection with the railway or the mining or harbor works (including dock-yard) in the Province of Fukien.
- Recognition of the right of Japanese as regards the propagation of religious teachings in China.
- An undated memorandum handed to the Secretary of State by the Japanese Ambassador, February 22, 1915.↩