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HARVARD UNIVERSITY LIBRARY DEC 3 1949

TABLE OF CONTENTS.

[For alphabetical index see end of volume.]

Page.

Message of the President..

VII

List of papers, with subjects of correspondence.

LXI

Argentine Republic

1-10

Argentine-Chile boundary dispute..

1

Trade-marks of United States citizens improperly appropriated in Argen-

tine Republic

5

Message of President of Argentine Republic.

7

Arbitration treaty between Argentine Republic and Uruguay

8

Austria-Hungary.

11-80

Arrest of Aaron Kenig on a charge of assisting an Austrian subject across

the frontier.

11

Military service; case of Julius Graber

25

Military service; case of Erminio Demartini

25

Killing of Austro-Hungarian subjects at Lattimer, Pa.

31

Duty in Austria on salt in which meats are packed.

40

Income tax; case of H. M. Braem..

48

Reception of Admiral Dewey at Trieste.

51

Passport of William Trauber, refusal of visé by Austrian consul at Braila,

Roumania.

52

Military service; case of Moris Thoman.

60

Military service; sundry cases.

68

Military service; case of Efraim Rubin

72

Passport; refusal to issue to Mrs. Elenore Eisenschimmel.

75

Passport of John Wilson; cancellation of..

77

Naturalization treaty; proposed steps to modify

79

Belgium..

81-102

Traffic in spirituous liquors in Africa.

81

Passport; case of Henry Louis Becker...

83

Régime applied in Belgium to preserved and salted meats ..

89

American cattle; importation into Belgium; duties imposed in United

States on Belgian sugars

90

Philippine Islands, coasting along, by neutral vessels.

102

Bolivia

103-114

Revolution

103

Protection of British interests

107

Imprisonment of Capt. John S. Bowles

110

Religious liberty in South American Republics.

112

Brazil

115-124

Visit of the U. S. S. Wilmington to the Upper Amazon.

115

Chile...

125-127

Assistance rendered to U. S. S. Newark by Chilean Government.

125

China

128-217

Correspondence concerning American commercial rights in China

128

Extension of foreign settlement at Shanghai.

143

Japanese concession at Amoy

150

Missionary troubles in Shantung

154

Protection of purchasers of Chinese patents

178

Issue of passports to disreputable characters.

185

Chinese exclusion act; right of Chinese consular officers to issue prescribed

certificates

187

Exclusion of Lei Yok, a Chinese merchant.

200

Status of Chinese in Hawaiian Islands

202

Status of Chinese in Philippine Islands

207

Page.

Colombia ...

218–241

Claim of Panama Star and Herald v. Colombia

218

Corea. (See Korea.)

Costa Rica. (See Nicaragua, Salvador, and Costa Rica.)

Dominican Republic.

242-255
Assassination of President Heureaux and revolution in Dominican

Republic ..

242

Refusal of asylum to a Dominican

254

Ecuador.

256–263

Asylum to Government officials of Ecuador

256

Threats against missionaries..

259

Summons issued against consul-general of the United States at Guayaquil. 261

France

264–283

Correspondence concerning American commercial rights in China. (See

under China.)

Military service; case of Felix H. Gendrot

264

Visit of Ex-President Harrison to France

272

“Anthony Pollok Memorial Prize”

273

Burial place of Paul Jones

276

Extension of French settlement at Shanghai.

279

Germany

284-319

Correspondence concerning American commercial rights in China. (See

under China.)

Samoan affairs. (See under Samoa.)

American life insurance companies in Prussia

284

Hawaiian consuls...

294

Passport of Oscar von Wolff.

296

“Most-favored-nation" clause; discussion of, with Germany

297

Protection of Germans in the Philippines

302

Consular immunities.

302

Toys from Germany

305

Landing of German cable in United States

310

Military service cases..

315

Diplomatic immunities

318

Extraditions from Cuba

318

Great Britain .....

320–351

Correspondence concerning American commercial rights in China. (See

under China.)

Samoan affairs. (See under Samoa.)

Modus vivendi fixing a provisional boundary line between the Territory

of Alaska and the Dominion of Canada about the head of Lynn Canal. 320

Tonnage tax at Trinidad and Tobago

332

Passports not required to enter Cuba and Porto Rico...

338

Passports, issue of, in cases where applicant fixes no date of intended return

to United States...

339

Death of Lord Herschell.

310

Protection by United States minister of British interests in Bolivia..

342

Tax on foreign insurance companies in the United States..

345

Protection of American interests by British representatives during war

with Spain...

348

Protection of British interests at Pretoria by United States consul.

350

Guatemala and Honduras.

352-373

Claim of Mrs. Luella A. Oteri v. Honduras

352

Presentation of credentials of United States minister to the President of

Honduras...

355

Courtesies shown by Guatemalan officials to U. S. S. Philadelphia

360

Treaty between United States and Honduras; reported denunciation of... 362

Filibustering expedition recruited in Cnited States.

364

Arbitration between Great Britain and Honduras by United States chargé

d'affaires

371

Courtesies shown by Guatemalan officials to U. S. S. Newark.

372

Haiti..

374-407

Consular immunities; arrest by Haitian authorities of an employee of the

United States vice-consul-general...

374

“Asylum" in legation at Port au Prince..

377

Status of Haitians, descendants of emigrants from the United States.. 396

Haiti-Continued.

Page.

Foreigners in Haiti required to procure license to do business...

403

Consular immunities; invasion by Haitian authorities of residence of

United States deputy-consul-general

405

Honduras. (See Guatemala and Honduras.)

Italy

408-466

Correspondence concerning American commercial rights in China. (See

under China.)

Bequest to Methodist Church in Italy..

408

Abolition of Italian immigration bureau at Ellis Island.

411

Lynching of persons of Italian origin at Tallulah, La.

440

Japan

467-483

Correspondence concerning American commercial rights in China. (See

under China.)

Bringing into operation of Japanese treaties..

467

Landing at Japanese ports for pasture and rest of United States Army

horses bound for the Philippines...

478

Assistance to United States transport Morgan City in Japan

480

Negotiations relative to the laying of a cable between the United States

and Japan

481

Korea.

484-496

Concession of whaling privilges by Korea to a Russian subject.

484

Opening of the port of Peng Yang

488

Treaty between Korea and China..

491

Mexico.

497-510

Extradition of Mrs. Mattie D. Rich

497

Boundary commission; convention between Mexico and Guatemala ex-

tending..

501

Treaty between Mexico and Germany for the protection of trade-marks..

502

Invitation to the President of Mexico to be present at the laying of the

corner stone of the United States Government building at Chicago 504

Netherlands

511-547

International (peace) conference at The Hague

511

Nicaragua, Salvador, and Costa Rica

548-589

Revolution, and demand of Nicaraguan Government for second payment

of customs duties collected by insurgents while in temporary possession

of Bluefields...

518

Copyright in Costa Rica .

584

Citizenship of Roberto J. J. Pinto.

588

Peru

590

Marriages between non-Catholics in Peru..

590

Russia.

591-603

Correspondence concerning American commercial rights in China. (See

under China.)

Establishment of a direct line of Danish steamers between Russian-Baltic

ports and the United States.

591

Negotiations for an American exposition in Russia...

594

Application of M. W. Pipping, a Russian subject, for passports for his

minor sons born in the United States

600

Salvador. (See Nicaragua, Salvador, and Costa Rica.)

Samoa

604-673

Samoan affairs

604

Siam

674-678

Arbitration in the matter of the alleged assault upon the United States

vice-consul-general, Mr. E. B. Kellett, by soldiers of the Siamese army. 674

Extraterritorial jurisdiction; attempts of Siamese Go ernment to ignore

treaty rights of United States citizens

676

Spain.

679-720

Reestablishment of diplomatic relations with Spain.

679

Reception of Spanish minister to United States.

680

Return to Spain of Spanish prisoners of Filipinos.

682

Release of Cuban political prisoners in Spain.

693

Payment of interest (1898 and 1899) on Spanish indemnity bonds of 1834. 708

Registration under treaty of peace of Spanish subjects in ceded and relin-

quished territory

714

Sweden and Norway:

721-739

Inspection certificates for meats imported into Sweden and Norway....

721

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