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Papers Relating to the
Foreign Relations

of the
United States

1923

(In Two Volumes)
Volume II

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United States
Government Printing Office

Washington : 1938

549571

DEPARTMENT OF STATE

PUBLICATION 1262

For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C.

Price $2.00 (cloth)

CONTENTS

Page

VII

8

110

FRANCE:

Resumption of negotiations to ensure by treaty the rights of the

United States in Syria and the Lebanon.

Conventions between the United States and France relating to

American rights in Togoland and the Cameroons, signed February

13, 1923. ..

Agreement between the United States and France, signed July 19,

1923, further extending the duration of the arbitration convention

of February 10, 1908 . . .

Protest by the United States against the grant of exclusive privileges

to French archeologists for research in Albania and Afghanistan. .

GERMANY:

Treaty between the United States and Germany, signed December 8,

1923, regarding friendship, commerce, and consular rights. ...

Efforts of the United States to assist in the solution of the problems

of German reparations.

Agreement between the United States and the Governments of Great

Britain, France, Italy, and Belgium in regard to the reimbursement

of the costs of the American Army of Occupation, signed May 25,

1923...

Withdrawal of the American Army of Occupation and of the Un-

official Observer on the Interallied Rhineland High Commission. .

Objections by the United States to discriminatory regulations on ex-

ports from the occupied region of the Ruhr.

Consideration of the disposal to be made of the tank ships of the

Deutsch-Amerikanische Petroleum Gesellschaft under the arrange-

ment of June 7, 1920. .

GREAT BRITAIN:

Efforts to maintain American capitulatory rights in Palestine pend-

ing agreement by treaty regarding the British mandate ..

Negotiations to ensure by treaty the rights of the United States in

territories under British mandate.

B mandates.

C mandates.

Decision by the Department of State to support the Turkish Petro-

leum Company's new concession in Iraq (Mesopotamia) providing

for American participation and the open door . ,.

Discrimination in India against American oil companies . .

Withdrawal of British opposition to the granting of Portuguese con-

cessions to American companies for landing submarine cables in

the Azores. .

Dispute with the British Government over withdrawal of recognition

of the American consular officers at Newcastle-on-Tyne .

MEXICO:

Recognition of the Government of General Obregón by the United

States and the resumption of diplomatic relations ..

Sale of war material to the Government of Mexico ...

Authorized statement by the Federal District Attorney in Boston

that the United States had not ceased to recognize Mexico as an

"international person" ..

Suit by the Oliver American Trading Company against the Govern-

ment of Mexico in the United States District Court for Southern

New York. ..

MOROCCO:

Discussion of the future status of Tangier . . .

Consent by the United States to the payment of consumption taxes

by American citizens and protégés in the Spanish and French

zones ..

Interference by the French Residency General with the certification

of American protégés . .

NICARAGUA:

American assistance in the revision and administration of the electoral

laws of Nicaragua ..

Question of the status of Great Corn and Little Corn Islands .

Boundary dispute with Honduras. (See volume I, General.)

NORWAY:

Payment by the United States of the award to Norway rendered by

the Arbitration Tribunal set up under the special agreement of

June 30, 1921 ...

Agreement between the United States and Norway, signed November

26, 1923, further extending the duration of the arbitration conven-

tion of April 4, 1908.

Statement by Norway of its paramount interest in the Island of Jan

Mayen in the Arctic Ocean .

Arrangement between the United States and Norway for recipe

rocal exemption from income tax on shipping ...

PANAMA:

Announcement by the United States of intention to abrogate the

Taft Agreement...

Loan of $4,500,000 to Panama by American bankers .

Objections by Panama to the continued control of its wireless com-

munications by the United States ...

Refusal by the United States to surrender to Panama fugitives escap-

ing into the Canal Zone from the justice of a third government ...

Boundary dispute with Colombia. (See volume I, General.)

PERSIA:

Grant of an oil concession in northern Persia to the Sinclair Explora-

tion Company, subject to confirmation by the Persian Mejliss . .

PERU:

Boundary dispute with Colombia. (See volume I, General.)

The Tacna-Arica question. (See volume I, General.)

Convention and protocol between the United States and Peru facilitat-

ing the work of traveling salesmen, signed January 19, 1923. (See

Foreign Relations, 1919, volume I, General.)

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