Index

  • Agreements. See Treaties, conventions, etc.
  • Albania, naturalization treaty with United States, signed Apr. 5, 115117
  • “All Quiet on the Western Front,” Austrian opposition to showing of, 118120
  • American Chamber of Commerce in France, opposition to French quota system, 210, 211212, 214, 215
  • Anglo-Persian Oil Co., interest in oil concession in Kuwait. See Great Britain: Petroleum concession.
  • Argentina, attitude concerning German proposal of tariff arrangements with Rumania and Hungary, 338, 339, 340, 341, 343
  • Austria, 118133
    • “All Quiet on the Western Front,” Austrian opposition to the showing of the motion picture, 118120
    • American Jews enrolled in University of Vienna, U. S. representations against mistreatment of, 120133
      • Account of abuses and U. S. efforts to obtain protection for students, 120129, 131
      • Austrian expressions of regret and assurances of protection, 121, 122123, 125, 126, 128129, 132133; attitude of Austrian press, 129131, 132
    • National Socialist students, clash with Jewish students on Vienna campus. See American Jews, supra.
  • Aviation, arrangements between United States and—
    • Belgium, reciprocal recognition of certificates of airworthiness for imported aircraft, exchange of notes signed Oct. 22, 138140
    • Canada, governing certain flights of military aircraft, exchange of notes signed Sept. 16, 98101
    • Germany: Air navigation arrangement, exchange of notes signed May 27, 30, and 31, 352358; reciprocal recognition of certificates of airworthiness for imported aircraft, exchange of notes signed May 27, 30, and 31, 349351
    • Netherlands, proposed, 492498
  • Bahamas, U. S. efforts to obtain from Bahaman authorities information concerning vessels suspected of smuggling liquor into United States, 4552
  • Belgium, 134140, 659660, 662669, 670671
    • Arrangements with United States regarding reciprocal recognition of—
      • Certificates of airworthiness for imported aircraft, exchange of notes signed Oct 22, 138140
      • Load line certificates, exchange of notes signed Oct. 7, 1931, Feb. 4 and Apr. 9, 1932, 134138
    • Ethiopian Special Court at Addis Ababa, cooperation with other countries in efforts to effect a reform of, 659660, 662669, 670671
  • Bessarabia, controversy between Russia and Rumania concerning, 503508
  • Brazil, attitude toward British proposal to grant a preference to Palestinian produce imported into United Kingdom, 31, 35
  • Bulgaria, provisional agreement with United States with respect to commercial relations, effected by exchange of notes signed Aug. 18, 141145
  • Cameroons, 32
  • Canada, 63113
    • Agreements with United States. See Aviation, Radio broadcasting, and Unperfected treaty relating to the Great Lakes–St. Lawrence deep waterway, infra.
    • Aviation, arrangement with United States respecting reciprocal blanket permission for flights of military aircraft, effected by exchange of notes signed Sept. 16, 98101
    • Discrimination against American tug boats in Canadian waters, U. S. representations regarding, 105111; Canadian reply, 112113
    • Doctors desiring to enter United States to serve as internes, Canadian representations to United States on behalf of, 102104; U. S. reclassification of internes under Immigration Act of 1924, 104105
    • Great Lakes–St. Lawrence deep waterway. See Unperfected treaty with United States, infra.
    • Josephine K., case of. See Seizure, infra.
    • Radio broadcasting, arrangement with United States effected by exchange of notes signed May 5, 9298
      • Texts of notes, 9295
      • Transmittal of information to Mexico concerning arrangement, 9598
    • Seizure by U. S. Coast Guard of Canadian vessel Josephine K., 7892
      • Information concerning seizure, 7881
      • Position of Canadian Government:
        • Insistence that seizure was violation of liquor-smuggling convention of Jan. 28, 1924, 8185, 8788
        • Unwillingness to accept jurisdiction of U. S. District Court, 8687
      • U. S. defense of seizure, 86, 8892
    • Shipping regulations. See Discrimination against American tug boats, supra.
    • St. Lawrence Waterway. See Unperfected treaty with United States, infra.
    • Unperfected treaty with United States relating to the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence deep waterway, 6378
      • Report of Joint Board of Engineers, Apr. 9, 6369; submittal to Senate along with text of treaty, 63n
      • Text signed July 18, 6978
  • Capitulations. See Egypt: Mixed Courts.
  • Citizenship (see also U. S. citizens): Status and liability for military service in Yugoslavia of former Hungarian subject naturalized in United States, question of, 617620; status of U. S. nationals exercising political rights in Russia, 521526
  • Claims. See Finland; Great Britain: Agreement with United States; and under Germany.
  • Coasting regulations, Canadian, 105113
  • Commercial treaties and agreements:
    • Great Britain–Italy, commerce and navigation (1883), cited, 33
    • Great Britain–Spain (1922), 37
    • Perso-Soviet convention of establishment, commerce and navigation (1931). See Persia.
    • Spanish agreements with France and with Italy (1931), cited, 539, 540, 542
    • Tariff arrangements of Germany with Rumania and with Hungary (1931). See Germany: Tariff arrangements.
    • U. S.-Bulgaria, provisional agreement signed Aug. 18, 141145
    • U. S.-Cuba (1902), cited, 144
    • U. S.-Denmark, friendship, commerce and navigation (1826), cited, 153
    • U. S.-France, modus vivendi of 1927, cited, 196, 198, 208, 221, 222, 228, 248, 255, 348
    • U. S.-Germany, friendship, commerce and consular rights (1923), 141, 142, 143, 338, 362363, 375376, 382
    • U. S.-Great Britain (1815), cited, 29, 30, 32
    • U. S.-Persia, provisional agreement of 1928, 795798, 802, 806, 811
  • Communists, relation to political parties in Germany, 304306, 316, 320
  • Customs. See Norway; and under Yugoslavia.
  • Czechoslovakia, restrictions on importation of American tractors, U. S. representations against, 146152; Czechoslovak reply, 152
  • Danubian Confederation, 338, 342343, 345
  • Denmark (see also Iceland), 153175
    • Exchange Control Board. See Trade discrimination, infra.
    • Load line certificates, arrangement with United States regarding reciprocal recognition of, exchange of notes signed Jan. 16, 173175
    • Trade discrimination in respect to American commerce on part of Danish Exchange Control Board, U. S. representations against, 153173
      • Cases of discrimination against U. S. trade reported and U. S. protest that discrimination violates treaty of 1826, 153160, 162166, 167170
      • Danish defense of “mutual trade balance” and censure of U. S. tariff, 158162, 166167, 170173
  • Diplomatic and consular officers. See Italy: U. S. citizens; Norway.
  • Disarmament Conference, 503, 504, 505
  • Discrimination. See Denmark: Trade discrimination; Estonia; France: Double taxation and Quotas; Germany: Import quotas; Greece: American loan and Foreign currency; Persia; also under Canada, Rumania, and Spain: Trade grievances.
  • Double taxation. See under France.
  • Dual nationality, 440441, 443448
  • Egypt, 621658
    • Decrees restricting automotive traffic and increasing taxes on motor vehicles, U. S. representations against, 640646, 648, 654655; Egyptian position, 644, 645, 646653
    • Mixed Courts, U. S. interest in principle of equal representation among principal capitulatory powers, 621628
      • Appointment of an additional American judge to Mixed Courts, U. S. desire for, 622623, 624628; information concerning British and Egyptian positions, 621622, 623624
      • British influence and representation on Mixed Courts, observations concerning, 623, 624, 624626, 628
    • Port of Alexandria, U. S. representations concerning high dues and charges, 655658
    • Sanitary, Maritime and Quarantine Board. See U. S. representation on, infra.
    • U. S. representation on International Quarantine Board at Alexandria, U. S. efforts to obtain, 629631, 632, 633634, 637639; British and Egyptian positions, 629630, 631633, 634637
  • Estonia, U. S. representations against discriminations in respect to American commerce under import license system, and Estonian consideration of new trade control system based on higher import duties, 176185
  • Ethiopia, 659671
    • Franco-Ethiopian treaty of Jan. 10, 1908 (basic treaty governing Ethiopian relations with foreign powers), 664, 670
    • Reform of Special Court at Addis Ababa, U. S. cooperation with other countries in efforts to effect, 659671; Ethiopian proposals, 662, 666667, 670
  • Fascism: Alleged pro-Fascist activities of Italian vice consuls in New York, 452458; comparison with Nazism, 279281
  • Finance Corporation of America. See Liberia: Financial crisis and International control.
  • Finland, representations to United States in support of claims arising from detention of Finnish ships in U. S. harbors, 186187, 188192; U. S. position, 187188, 192194
  • Firestone Plantations Co. See Liberia: International control: Plan of Assistance: Finance Corporation of America and Firestone interests.
  • France (see also Rumania: Discrimination against American company), 31, 3435, 195275, 281, 285286, 291, 343, 348349, 386, 389, 391, 392, 477478, 659660, 662669, 670671
    • American Chamber of Commerce in France, opposition to French quotas, 210, 211212, 214, 215
    • British proposal to grant a preference to Palestinian produce imported into United Kingdom, attitude toward, 31, 3435
    • Commercial relations with United States. See Commercial treaty, Double taxation, and Quotas, infra.
    • Commercial treaty with United States, U. S. efforts to forward negotiations, 202, 227228, 228, 231, 237238, 240242, 242243, 243244, 244250, 250255, 256, 257, 258259, 261262, 348349; French attitude, 227, 230, 243244, 244245, 247, 253, 256
    • Copper interests, American, U. S. protests regarding discrimination resulting from Franco-Belgian tax agreement, and French attitude, 238, 240, 242, 243, 250, 254, 255256, 256258, 260261
    • Double taxation, U. S.-French negotiations:
      • Convention and protocol:
        • Resumption of negotiations, 262267; French acceptance of U. S. draft of Dec. 18, 1931, 267268
        • Text signed Apr. 27, 268273
      • Discrimination against American trade (particularly copper) as result of Franco-Belgian tax agreement, U. S. protests and French attitude, 235286, 237239, 240, 242, 243, 244, 250, 255256, 256258, 260261
      • Quotas on imports of American goods, relation to double taxation question, 206, 209, 215, 219, 219220, 221
    • Ethiopian Special Court at Addis Ababa, cooperation with other countries in efforts to effect a reform of, 659660, 662669, 670671
    • Germany, French attitude toward Nazi movement, 281, 285286, 291; toward proposed German tariff arrangements with Rumania and Hungary, 343
    • Greece: American loan of 1929, French cooperation with United States to secure equitable treatment for, 399, 407409, 418, 421; default in payment on Refugee Loan of 1924, French representations against, 386, 389, 391, 392
    • Memel territory, controversy between Lithuania and Germany over, attitude concerning, 477478
    • Most-favored-nation treatment, U. S. efforts to negotiate commercial treaty based on. See Commercial treaty, supra.
    • Quotas adversely affecting American trade, 195262
      • American Chamber of Commerce in France, resolution against, 211212; French attitude, 215
      • Double taxation question, relation to U. S.-French quota negotiations, 206, 209, 215, 219, 219220, 221
      • U. S. efforts to forward negotiations on commercial treaty, 202, 227228, 229, 231, 237238, 240242, 242243, 243244, 244250, 250255, 256, 257, 258259, 261262
      • U. S. representations against:
        • Contentions as to unfair basis of quotas and need for consultation with American industries prior to fixing of quotas (see also Modifications, infra), 195204, 206211, 219, 240; French position, 200, 201, 202, 204206, 212216, 217218
        • Modifications proposed by United States in French quota practice:
          • List of changes, 216219; negotiations and French counterproposals, 219231
          • Rules adopted by French Government as temporary measure, 232234
        • Motion picture industry, U. S. representations concerning restrictions affecting, 234235, 237, 260
        • Résumé by U. S. Ambassador of existing problems, 206209, 239240
        • Retaliatory measures based on Smoot-Hawley tariff, possibility of, 196, 213214, 217, 220221, 236, 238, 242, 248
    • Quotité imposable, 207, 264, 266
    • Taxation. See Double taxation, supra, and U. S. Embassy employees, infra.
    • Trade restrictions, U. S. grievances and proposals concerning. See Commercial treaty and Quotas adversely affecting American trade, supra.
    • Treaties with United States:
    • U. S. Embassy employees in France, exemption from French income tax on basis of reciprocity, 273275
  • Germany, 276383, 659660, 662669, 670671
    • Arrangements with United States regarding—
      • Air navigation, exchange of notes signed May 27, 30, and 31, 352358
      • Certificates of airworthiness for imported aircraft, reciprocal recognition of, exchange of notes signed May 27, 30, and 31, 349351
      • Debts. See Debt agreement, infra.
    • Claims payments under War Claims Act of 1928, U. S. consideration of revision in priorities due to uncertainty of Germany’s future ability to pay, 334336; German position, and U. S. decision to withhold recommendation temporarily, 336337
    • Commercial treaty with United States (1923), 141, 142, 143, 338, 362363, 375376, 382
    • Communists, relation to principal political parties, 304306, 316, 320
    • Danubian Confederation, German attitude, 338, 342343, 345
    • Debt agreement with United States of June 23, 1930, postponement of payments under:
      • Misunderstanding between United States and Germany over German reservation contained in notice of postponement of the Sept. 30 payment:
        • Refusal of United States to accept reservation, and request for statement of future intentions, 323327; German defense of position, 327329, 330332
        • Settlement of difficulty upon receipt of German assurances, 330, 332334
      • Notifications of postponement, 332333, 337338
    • Election results. See under Political developments, infra.
    • Ethiopian Special Court at Addis Ababa, cooperation with other countries in efforts to effect a reform of, 659660, 662669, 670671
    • Foreign motion picture films in Germany, U. S. representations against German restrictions on, 367374
    • Hitler. See under Political developments: National Socialist Party, infra.
    • Import quotas on agricultural products, proposed, 358367
      • Efforts of United States to check imposition of quotas as adversely affecting American imports, 358360, 361362, 364, 365367; German position, 360361, 365, 366367
      • German intention to discuss proposal with interested European countries, 362363, 364365; U. S. position, 364
    • Interest rates on certain obligations held by U. S. citizens, U. S. representations against German decree reducing, 376378, 381383; German position, 379381
    • Lausanne Conference, German representation, 297, 301, 317
    • Memel territory, conflict with Lithuania concerning. See Lithuania.
    • Mixed claims, U. S.–Germany. See Claims payments, supra.
    • Monarchy, rumors as to possible restoration of, 295296, 298299
    • Motion picture films, foreign, U. S. representations against German restrictions, 367374
    • National Socialist Party. See under Political developments, infra.
    • Political developments, 276323
      • Election results, reports of and analysis of political situation based on, 278279, 287288, 290291, 302303
      • Hitler. See under National Socialist Party, infra.
      • National Socialist Party:
        • Discord among Nazi leaders, 320323; Strasser’s bolt from Party, significance of, 321323
        • Election results, analysis of Party strength based on, 278279, 287288, 290291, 302303
        • French attitude toward Nazi movement, 281, 285286, 291
        • Goebbels, conception of Party aims, 282285
        • Goering, conception of Party aims and undertakings, 285, 315
        • Hitler, leadership in Party (see also Nazi program, infra):
        • Illegal political activities including acts of treason, alleged, 288290; dissolution of Nazi military groups by von Hindenburg government as punitive measure, 291293
        • Nazi program (see also Hitler, supra), observations concerning popularity and substance of:
        • Polish attitude toward Nazi movement, 281, 285
        • Terrorism, renewed Nazi activities resulting in, 306308; disciplinary decrees issued, 308309
      • Versailles Treaty, possibility of repudiation by Germany, 296
      • von Hindenburg government:
    • Reparations, likelihood of repudiation by Germany, 296
    • Tardieu Plan, German attitude, 338, 342343, 345
    • Tariff arrangements with Rumania and Hungary in conflict with German-American commercial treaty of Dec. 8, 1923, 338349
      • Attitude of Argentina, India, Russia, and Turkey, 338, 340, 341, 343
      • Status of negotiations with Rumania and Hungary, 343, 344345
      • U. S. position: German interpretation of U. S. silence as acquiescence, 338, 341342, 344, 345; withholding of acquiescence based on treaty rights, 339342, 344, 345349
    • Versailles Treaty, possibility of repudiation by Germany, 296
    • von Hindenburg government. See under Political developments, supra.
    • War debts to United States. See Claims payments and Debt agreement, supra.
    • Workmen’s Compensation Act of Illinois with respect to alien beneficiaries, German representations concerning, 374376; U. S. reply, 376
  • Great Britain (see also Egypt: Mixed Courts and U. S. representation on International Quarantine Board at Alexandria; Iraq), 162, 386, 389, 390391, 392393, 399, 408, 413414, 420, 422423, 429, 471, 477478, 480, 482, 659660, 662669, 670671, 793796
    • Agreement with United States to submit to an American commission claims arising from use of British inventions, 5259
      • Discussion and negotiations leading to agreement, 5257
      • Establishment of commission and awarding of claims, 5759
    • Anglo-Persian Oil Co., interest in oil concession in Kuwait. See Petroleum concession, infra.
    • Claims of British inventors against U. S. Government. See Agreement with United States, supra.
    • Cooperation between British North Borneo and the Philippine Islands in the protection of turtle fisheries, 5962
    • Ethiopian Special Court at Addis Ababa, cooperation with other countries in efforts to effect a reform of, 659660, 662669, 670671
    • Greece: American loan of 1929, British cooperation with United States to secure equitable treatment for, 397399, 410411, 413417, 420, 421423; default in payment on Refugee Loan of 1924, British representations against, 386, 389, 390391, 392393
    • Memel territory, controversy between Lithuania and Germany, attitude concerning, 471, 477478, 480, 482
    • Palestinian produce imported into United Kingdom, proposal to grant a preference to, 2937
      • British communications to United States, 2930, 3132
      • Position of United States (based on commercial treaty of 1815), 3031, 32; of other countries, 31, 3337
      • Status of question as of Jan. 1934, 37
    • Perso-Soviet Convention of Oct. 27, 1931, representations against discriminatory features, 793796
    • Petroleum concession from the Sheikh of Kuwait, U. S. efforts in support of American interests seeking, 129
      • Informal representations against inclusion in contract of “British nationality clause,” 17, 8, 1011; British position, 810
      • Formal representations, 1113; British assurances of willingness to omit nationality clause with consent of Sheikh of Kuwait, 1316
      • Draft concessions submitted by American interests and British interests, delay in reaching settlement:
        • U. S. representations for equal treatment of American interests and for expediting settlement, 1617, 1923, 2628, 29; British explanation of situation, 1719, 2326, 28
        • Nonacceptance by Sheikh of either draft, 29n
    • Turtle fisheries under jurisdiction of British North Borneo, protection of, 5962
    • U. S. destroyers, representations to United States against reconditioning by private owners for commercial purposes of four U. S. destroyers, 3840; U. S. review of circumstances and satisfactory disposition of the matter, 4044
    • U. S. efforts to obtain information from authorities in the Bahamas regarding vessels suspected of smuggling liquor into United States, 4552
  • Great Lakes–St. Lawrence deep waterway. See Canada: Unperfected treaty with United States.
  • Greece, 384448
    • American loan of May 10, 1929, apparent discrimination against, in service of external debt, 396429
      • Information concerning Greek intentions to service League of Nations loans while requesting postponement of Nov. 10 payment on U. S. loan, 396, 400, 409
      • U. S. insistence on equality of treatment in service of loans:
    • Foreign currency, decree forcibly converting into drachmas, 430436
      • Details of decree and information concerning its probable effect, 430431, 432433
      • U. S. representations against decree as having elements of confiscation and discrimination, 431432, 434435; Greek attitude and consideration of an amendment to decree, 435436
    • Greek Stabilization and Refugee Loan of 1928, service of. See American loan of May 10, 1929, supra.
    • International Financial Commission. See American loan of May 10, 1929, supra, and Refugee Loan of 1924, infra.
    • Loans. See American loan of May 10, 1929, supra, and Refugee Loan of 1924, infra.
    • Military service of U. S. citizens of Greek origin visiting Greece, status with respect to, 437441
    • Monks-Ulen and Co., contract of Oct. 20, 1928, efforts of Greek Government to modify, 442443
    • Refugee Loan of 1924, default in payment on, protests of United States and other powers, 384386, 387388, 389393, 395396; Greek explanation of necessity for action taken, 386, 388, 392, 393395
    • Registration of Basil and Theodore Petrides (U. S. citizens), as Greek subjects, U. S. representations against, 443444, 445447; Greek position based on Greco-Turkish Treaty of 1930, 444445, 447448
    • Struma Valley contract of Oct. 20, 1928, U. S. assistance to Monks- Ulen and Co. in opposing efforts of Greek Government to modify, 442443
    • U. S. citizens. See Military service and Registration of Basil and Theodore Petrides, supra.
  • Gulf Oil Corporation, Interest in oil concession in Kuwait. See Great Britain: Petroleum concession.
  • Hitler, Adolf. See under Germany: Political developments: National Socialist Party.
  • Hungary:
    • Citizenship status in Yugoslavia of former Hungarian subject naturalized in United States, question of, 617620
    • German proposal of preferential customs agreement. See Germany: Tariff arrangements.
  • Iceland, arrangement with United States regarding reciprocal recognition of load line certificates, effected by exchange of notes signed Jan. 16, 449451
  • India, attitude toward proposed German tariff arrangements with Rumania and Hungary, 338, 340, 341
  • Immigration Act of 1924, cited, 104105
  • International Financial Commission. See Greece: American loan of May 10, 1929, and Refugee Loan of 1924.
  • International Rules of the Road, 91
  • Iraq, U. S. insistence on right to be consulted regarding Iraq’s administration upon termination of mandatory relationship with Great Britain, 672685
    • Communication of U. S. position to Great Britain, 672674; British opinion, and U. S. reservation of position, 675679
    • Iraq Declaration of Guarantees, British transmittal to United States, 679683
    • Transmittal of U. S.-British correspondence to League of Nations, 683685
  • Italy, 31, 33, 3536, 277, 279281, 386, 389, 391, 392, 411412, 422, 452465, 477478, 659660, 662669, 670671
    • Alleged pro-Fascist activities of Italian vice consuls in New York, Italian protests against unofficial charges, 452458
      • Details concerning riot, and charges made by anti-Fascist Italo-American groups, 452455; Italian position, 455456
      • U. S. investigation clearing vice consuls, 457458
    • British proposal to grant a preference to Palestinian produce imported into United Kingdom, attitude toward, 31, 33, 3536
    • Ethiopian Special Court at Addis Ababa, cooperation with other countries in efforts to effect a reform of, 659660, 662669, 670671
    • Fascist activities in United States. See Alleged pro-Fascist activities, supra.
    • Greece: American loan of 1929, Italian cooperation with United States to secure equitable treatment for, 411412; default in payment on Refugee Loan of 1924, Italian representations against, 386, 389, 391, 392
    • Load line certificates, arrangement with United States regarding reciprocal recognition of, effected by exchange of notes signed Sept. 8, 1931, and June 1, 1932, 463465
    • Memel territory, controversy between Lithuania and Germany over, attitude concerning, 477478
    • Mussolini: Agreement to dissolve Fascist groups in New York City, 457; comparison with Hitler, 277, 279281
    • U. S. citizens arrested in Italy, right to communicate with U. S. consular officers, 458459, 461463; U. S. statement of corresponding practice, 459461
  • Jewish students enrolled in University of Vienna, mistreatment of. See Austria: American Jews enrolled in University of Vienna.
  • Josephine K., case of. See Canada: Seizure.
  • Kru Coast natives. See under Liberia.
  • Kuwait, oil concession in. See Great Britain: Petroleum concession.
  • Lausanne Conference, reference to, 297, 301, 317, 345, 393, 394
  • Lausanne treaty, 445, 448, 633, 637
  • League of Nations. See Iraq; Liberia: International control.
  • Liberia, 686792
  • Liquor smuggling into United States:
    • Seizure by U. S. Coast Guard of Canadian vessel Josephine K. See under Canada.
    • U. S. efforts to obtain information from Bahamas regarding vessels suspected of, 4552
  • Lithuania, conflicting interests of Lithuania and Germany in Memel territory, 466486
  • Load line certificates, reciprocal recognition of, arrangements effected by exchange of notes between United States and—
    • Belgium, 134138
    • Denmark, signed Jan. 16, 173175
    • Iceland, signed Jan. 16, 449451
    • Italy, signed Sept. 8, 1931, and June 1, 1932, 463465
    • Netherlands, 487491
    • Sweden, signed Jan. 27 and June 1, 603605
  • Load Line Convention, International (1980), 135138, 173175, 449, 450, 465, 487, 489, 490, 603605
  • Loans. See Greece: American loan of May 10, 1929, and Refugee Loan of 1924; Liberia: Financial crisis.
  • Mandates. See Iraq; Great Britain: Palestinian produce imported into United Kingdom.
  • Memel territory. See Lithuania.
  • Mexico, U. S. transmittal of information concerning U. S.-Canadian arrangement on radio broadcasting, 9598
  • Mixed claims, U. S.-Germany. See Germany: Claims payments.
  • Monks-Ulen and Co., 442443
  • Most-favored-nation treatment. See Bulgaria; France: Commercial treaty and Quotas; Great Britain: Palestinian produce imported into United Kingdom; Persia; and under Spain: Trade grievances.
  • Motion picture industry:
    • Austria, opposition to showing of “All Quiet on the Western Front,” 118120
    • France, regulations affecting, U. S. representations concerning, 234235, 237, 260
    • Germany, restrictions on foreign films, U. S. representations against, 367374
  • Mussolini, Benito, 277, 279281, 457
  • National Socialist Party. See under Germany.
  • Naturalization treaty between United States and Albania, signed Apr. 5, 115117; Austria-Hungary (1871), cited, 618
  • Netherlands, 487498
    • Air navigation arrangement with United States, proposed, 492498; U. S. failure to receive ratification notice from Netherlands, 497n
    • Load line certificates, arrangement with United States for reciprocal recognition of, effected by exchange of notes, 487491
  • North Borneo, British, cooperation of Philippine Islands in protection of turtle fisheries, 5962
  • Norway, arrangement with United States regarding customs treatment of importations for consular offices and officers, 499502
    • Application of arrangement to all U. S. possessions except Philippine Islands, 500502
    • Exchange of notes signed Jan. 20, 499500
  • Oil interests. See Great Britain: Petroleum concession; Yugoslavia: Customs duties.
  • Palestine. See Great Britain: Palestinian produce imported into United Kingdom.
  • Persia, commercial convention of Oct. 27, 1931, with the Soviet Union, 793812
    • British representations against discriminatory features, information concerning, 793796
    • U. S. representations for concessions equivalent to those granted to the Soviet Union, 790808, 808812; Persian attitude, 808
  • Petroleum interests. See Oil interests.
  • Philippine Islands, cooperation with British North Borneo in protection of turtle fisheries, 5962
  • Quarantine. See Egypt: U. S. representation on International Quarantine Board.
  • Quotas, embargoes, etc. See France: Quotas; Germany: Import quotas; Persia.
  • Quotité imposable, 207, 264, 266
  • Radio. See Canada: Radio broadcasting.
  • Reciprocity (see also Most-favored-nation treatment):
    • Arrangements between United States and other countries. See Aviation; Load line certificates.
    • U. S. Embassy employees in France, exemption from French income tax on basis of reciprocity, 273275
  • Rumania, 503520
    • Bessarabia, controversy between Russia and Rumania concerning, 503508; U. S. attitude, 504, 505, 506508
    • Discrimination against American company in awarding contract, 508520
      • Awarding of contract to French firm and charges of French political pressure involved, 508510
      • U. S. representations against, 509, 510, 510520
    • German proposal of preferential customs arrangement. See Germany: Tariff arrangements.
  • Russia, 338, 340, 341, 477, 503508, 521526
    • Bessarabia, controversy between Russia and Rumania concerning, 503508
    • Citizenship status of U. S. nationals exercising political rights in Russia, information concerning, 521526; Soviet decree of Apr. 22, 1931, 523526
    • German tariff arrangements with Rumania and Hungary, attitude toward proposal of, 338, 340, 341
    • Memel territory, controversy between Lithuania and Germany over, attitude concerning, 477
    • Negotiations with France, Poland, Latvia, Estonia, Finland, and Rumania for conclusion of nonaggression pacts, reference to, 503, 505
    • Perso-Soviet convention of Oct. 21, 1931. See Persia.
  • Shipping charges and regulations. See Canada: Discrimination; Egypt: Port of Alexandria.
  • Smoot-Hawley Tariff, possibility of use against French quota system, 196, 213214, 217, 220221, 236, 238, 242, 248
  • Spain, 31, 3637, 527581
    • British proposal to grant a preference to Palestinian produce imported into United Kingdom, attitude toward, 31, 3637
    • International Telephone and Telegraph Co. contract, introduction in Spanish Cortes of bill providing for annulment of, 560581
    • Trade grievances, efforts of United States and Spain to eliminate, 527560
  • St. Lawrence Waterway. See Canada: Unperfected treaty with United States.
  • Standard Oil Co. of Yugoslavia, 606617
  • Sweden, 582605
    • Load line certificates, arrangement with United States regarding reciprocal recognition of, effected by exchange of notes signed Jan. 27 and June 1, 603605
    • State railways, refusal to pay Dexter and Carpenter, Inc., judgment granted by U. S. court, review of case and U. S. representations to Swedish Government, 582601; delay in Swedish reply to representations, 601603
  • Tanganyika, 32
  • Tardieu Plan, 338, 342343, 345
  • Tariff discriminations. See Germany: Tariff arrangements; Spain: Trade grievances.
  • Taxation. See Egypt: Decree; France: Double taxation and U. S. Embassy employees.
  • Territorial questions. See Lithuania; Rumania: Bessarabia.
  • Territorial waters, case of the Josephine K., 7892
  • Togoland, 32
  • Trade restrictions. See Czechoslovakia; Denmark: Trade discrimination; Egypt: Decrees; Estonia; France: Quotas; Germany: Import quotas; Persia; Spain: Trade grievances; Yugoslavia: Customs duties.
  • Treaties, conventions, etc.:
    • Anglo-Iraq judicial agreements, 1924 and 1931, cited, 680682
    • Aviation. See Aviation.
    • Commercial treaties and agreements. See Commercial treaties and agreements.
    • France-Belgium, tax agreement signed June 18, 235236, 237239, 240, 242, 243, 244, 250
    • France-Ethiopia, treaty of 1908, 664, 670
    • France-Great Britain, accord of confidence, issued July 13, 239240
    • Greece-Turkey (1930), cited, 445, 446, 447448
    • International convention for the abolition of import and export prohibitions and restrictions (1927), cited, 217
    • International load line convention (1930), 135138, 173175, 449, 450, 465, 487, 489, 490, 603605
    • Judicial agreements, Great Britain-Iraq, 1924 and 1931, cited, 680682
    • Klobukowski treaty, 664, 670
    • Lausanne, treaty of, 445, 448, 633, 637
    • Load line certificates. See Load line certificates.
    • London naval treaty (1930), cited, 3844 passim
    • Memel convention of 1924, 467, 469470
    • Naturalization treaties between United States and—
      • Albania, signed Apr. 5, 115117
      • Austria-Hungary (1871), cited, 618
    • Neuilly, treaty of, cited, 142
    • St. Germain, treaty of, cited, 618, 637
    • Trianon, treaty of, 618, 637
    • U. S.-Albania, naturalization treaty signed Apr. 5, 115117
    • U. S.-Austria, treaty establishing friendly relations (1921), cited, 619
    • U. S.-Austria-Hungary, naturalization treaty of 1871, cited, 618
    • U. S.-Belgium. See Belgium: Arrangements with United States.
    • U. S.-Bulgaria, provisional commercial agreement signed Aug. 18, 141145
    • U. S.-Canada:
      • Military aircraft, arrangement covering flights of, signed Sept. 16, 98101
      • Radio broadcasting, arrangement effected by exchange of notes signed May 5, 9298
      • Unperfected treaty with United States relating to the Great Lakes–St. Lawrence deep waterway See under Canada.
    • U. S.-Cuba, treaty of 1902, cited, 144
    • U. S.–Denmark: Arrangement for reciprocal recognition of load line certificates, 173175; commercial treaty of 1826, 153
    • U. S.–France. See under France.
    • U. S.–Germany. See Germany: Arrangements and Commercial treaty.
    • U. S.–Great Britain: Commercial treaty of 1815, cited, 29, 30, 32; liquor-smuggling convention of 1924, 82, 85, 87, 8991
    • U. S.–Hungary, treaty establishing friendly relations (1921), cited, 619
    • U. S.–Iceland, arrangement for reciprocal recognition of load line certificates, 449451
    • U. S.–Iraq–Great Britain (1930), cited, 672683 passim
    • U. S.–Italy: Consular convention (1878), cited, 460; load line certificates, arrangement for reciprocal recognition of, 463465
    • U. S.–Netherlands, arrangement for reciprocal recognition of load line certificates, 487491
    • U. S.–Norway, customs arrangement effected by exchange of notes signed Jan. 20, 499500
    • U. S.–Persia, provisional commercial agreement of 1928, 795798, 802, 806, 811
    • U. S.–Sweden, arrangement for reciprocal recognition of load line certificates, 603605
    • Versailles Treaty, 296, 637
    • Washington naval treaty (1922), cited, 3844 passim
  • Turkey: Attitude toward proposed German tariff arrangements with Rumania and Hungary, 341; Greco-Turkish treaty of June 10, 1930, cited, 445, 446, 447448
  • Turtle fisheries under jurisdiction of British North Borneo, protection of, 5962
  • Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. See Russia.
  • U. S. citizens:
    • Citizenship status of U. S. nationals exercising political rights in Russia, 521526
    • Greece: Military service of U. S. citizens of Greek origin visiting Greece, status with respect to, 437441; registration of Basil and Theodore Petrides (U. S. citizens) as Greek subjects, U. S. representations and Greek position, 443448
    • Liability for military service in Yugoslavia of former Hungarian subject naturalized in United States, U. S. representations concerning, 617619; Yugoslav action, 619620
    • Right of American citizens arrested in Italy to communicate with U. S. consular officers, 458459, 461463; U. S. statement of corresponding practice, 459461
    • U. S. students. See Austria: American Jews enrolled in University of Vienna.
  • U. S. commercial interests:
    • Dexter and Carpenter, Inc., refusal of Swedish State railways to pay judgment granted by U. S. court, 582603
    • General Railway Signal Co., failure to receive Rumanian contract, U. S. representations regarding, 508520
    • Gulf Oil Corporation, interest in oil concession in Kuwait. See Great Britain: Petroleum concession.
    • International Telephone and Telegraph Co. See under Spain.
    • Monks-Ulen and Co., 442443
    • Standard Oil Co., 177, 606617
  • U. S. destroyers reconditioned by private owners for commercial purposes, British representations and U. S. position, 3844
  • Versailles Treaty, 296, 637
  • Vilna, question of, 485, 506
  • War debts to United States. See Germany: Claims payments and Debt agreement.
  • Yugoslavia. 606620
    • Citizenship and liability for military service of former Hungarian subject naturalized in United States, U. S. representations concerning. 617619; Yugoslav action, 619620
    • Customs duties, U. S. representations on behalf of Standard Oil Co. of Yugoslavia, 606617
  • Zeelandia case, 191