- Political affairs.1
Francisco Villa, Raphael Castro and Pablo Lopez declared outlaws by the de facto Government. Report of the Secretary of State
to the Senate on conditions in Mexico. Raid on Columbus, New Mexico, by
Villa bandits. Pursuit of Villa by American troops. Attitude of obstruction
by the de facto Government. Activities of de la Rosa.
Raid on Glen Springs, Tex., by Mexicans. Demand of the de
facto Government for the withdrawal of American troops from Mexico.
Attitude of the United States. Attack on American troops in Mexico by de facto Government troops. Attacks on American naval
detachments at Tampico and Mazatlan. American-Mexican Joint Commission.
Renewed activities of bandits under Villa. Capture of Chihauhua and Torreon
by Villa. Recapture by de facto Government (Documents 551-826)
- Financial affairs. Sequestration of the National Bank of Mexico and the
Bank of London and Mexico by the de facto Government.
Good offices of the United States (Documents 827-870)
- Protection of Americans and American interests. Massacre of American
citizens at Santa Ysabel. Depredations of the Yaqui Indians. Other
depredations by Villista bands (Documents 871-965)
- Withdrawal of American consular officers and other Americans from
Mexico (Documents 966-1038)
- Protection of American mining interests in Mexico1
- Protection of American oil interests in Mexico1
- Seizure and confiscation of American properties and forced loans imposed
on American citizens1
- Embargo on the exportation of arms and munitions of war to Mexico1
- Protection of Chinese interests in Mexico (Documents 1191-1196)
- Protection of Turkish interests in Mexico (Documents 1197-1202)