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Certifié conforme à l'original déposé aux archives du Ministèro des Affaires Étrangères de Sa Majesté Britannique.

EYRE A. CROWE Sous-Secrétaire d'État pour les Affaires Etrangères. Londres, le 20 septembre, 1912.

And whereas the said Convention has been duly ratified by the Government of the United States of America, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate thereof, and by Belgium (and the Belgian Congo), Denmark, Egypt, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Monaco, Netherlands, the Netherlands Indies, and the Colony of Curaçao, Roumania, Russia, Siam, and Spain, and the ratifications of the said Governments were, by the provisions of Article 23 of the said Convention, deposited by their respective Plenipotentiaries with the Government of Great Britain.

And whereas the Senate of the United States gave its advice and consent to the ratification of the said Convention with the following understanding: “ that nothing in the Ninth Article of the Regulations affixed to the Convention shall be deemed to exclude the United States from the execution of her inspection laws upon vessels entering in or clearing from her ports.'

Now therefore, be it known that I, Woodrow Wilson, President of the United States of America, have caused the said Convention and annexes to be made public, to the end that the same and every article and clause thereof may be observed and fulfilled with good faith by the United States and the citizens thereof, subject to the said understanding.

In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed. Done at the City of Washington this eighth day of July in tho

year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and thirteen, [SEAL.] and of the Independence of the United States of America the one hundred and thirty-eighth.

WOODROW WILSON By the President: W. J. BRYAN

Secretary of State.

INDEX.

A.

Page.
Accession of King Constantine to the throne of Greece.

551
Address of the President, annual..

ix-xvi
Agreements. See Treaties.
Aigrettes, egret plumes, etc., prohibition of importation of...

12
Aliens :
discriminatory legislation against particular classes of.

625-653
right of, to hold real property dependent on eligibility to citizenship-

039
American citizens in-

Argentina: presentation of a statue of Washington to Argentina
by American citizens.

15-20
Cuba : scurrilous and libelous attacks on diplomatic officers of the
United States

403–414
Ecuador: discrimination against American bidders on contract for
public works ---

505
Haiti: rights of Syrian-born citizens of the United States --- 575-589
Honduras: dispossessed lessee; attitude of the United States toward
his proposal of arbitration.

606
Panama-
assault--

1069–1081
status and protection of American citizens of Chinese race_- 1104-1105
Portugal-
American-born children of Portuguese parents-
dual citizenship of.

1293
exemption from Portuguese military service.

1290, 1293
Portuguese-boril children of native or naturalized American
fathers, American citizenship of -

1290–1303
Russia : House resolution of December 13, 1911, relating to Jewish
citizens of the United States in Russia...

638
See also Protection of American life and property in foreign countries.
American Colonization Society-

686
American Conference, Third International: treaties signed at Rio de
Janeiro, 1906----

1349, 1352
American-
consular jurisdiction.-

1310-1339
corporation : question of nationality of a steamship company 1310-1339
diplomatic officers-
attack on, by Cuban press

405-414
as arbitrator of a French claim against the Dominican Republic- 470
good offices in behalf of -
Chinese in Panama..

1105-1139
foreigners in Mexico. See Mexico: protection by the United

States, etc.
in charge of Chinese interests in Panama. 1107, 1115, 1120, 1123, et seq.
flag---

1017-1019, 1313-1323
jurisdiction over seamen serving under the American flag----

1317
property, requisition of, for military purposes by the Turkish
Government-

1339-1345
vessel legally flying the American flag: status of her captain, a

Greek subject, in respect to American consular jurisdiction --- 1310–1339
vessel: question of nationality of American-owned foreign.. 1313-1315.

1317, 1310–1339
Amnesty:
Cuba: amnesty bill; attitude of the United States.

354-365
Mexico: amnesty granted by the Congress for the revolutionary
period prior to the Huerta régime---

782

Arbitration :
by country'-

Page.
Chile and Peru --

1164-129
Colombia and the United States..

316
Cuba and France, Germany and Great Britain.

341-3.53
Dominican Republic and France.

470
Dominican Republic and Haiti..

467
Ecuador and Peru ---

1147-1163
Ecuador and the United States...

473-504
France and Cuba---

341-333
France and Dominican Republic_

470
Germany and Cuba.-

341-323
Great Britain and Cuba..

341-33
Great Britain and Mexico..

1001-1006, 993-1010
Great Britain and the United States...

547, 548
Haiti and Dominican Republic--

467-469
Honduras and United States.-
Mexico and the United States.

955-977
Peru and Chile-----

1164-1239
Peru and Ecuador -

1147-1163
United States and Colombia.

316
United States and Ecuador..

473-504
United States and Great Britain.

540, 547, 548
United States and Honduras..

606
United States and Mexico---

-955–977, 993–1010
by subject-
boundary disputes between-
Bolivia, Chile, and Peru.-

1166-116.9
Dominican Republic and Haiti.

467-470
Ecuador and Peru.--

1154, 1147–1163, 1205-1208
Mexico and the United States.-

955-977
claims
Colombia and the United States.--

316
Cuba and France, Germany and Great Britain.

341-353
Dominican Republic and France--

470
Ecuador and the United States..

473-504
Mexico and Great Britain --

1001-1006
Mexico and the United States.

1001-1006
international convention pertaining to pecuniary claims;
text.---

1349-1352
contract-
Honduras and United States.--

606
Mexico and United States..

1001-1006
conventions

IX
Hague convention, Art. 38_..

1160–1163
international pecuniary claims convention of 1906; text. 1349_1352
United States and France.

528
United States and Great Britain :
treaty of 1908; article 1 cited --

548
treaty (unratified) of 1911; reference-

547
United States and Uruguay--

1346-1347
exhaustion of local remedy prior to diplomatic action.

606
Hague convention, article 38.-

1160–1163
indemnity: Colombia and the United States.-

316
mediation

1166-1167
Panama Canal-

540, 547, 548
peace plan of the President---

8
questions of honor and vital interests.

286
sovereignty-
Chile and Peru.---

1160
Colombia and the United States..

316
separate processes for general liability under international law and
specific claims.--

348

1 See also Arbitration : by subjeet.

IX

Arbitration-Continued.

Page.
treaties, arbitration of meaning of.

286
treaties, negotiation by the United States of arbitration treaties---
Archipelago-American Line: sinking of the steamer Texas----- 1310_1339
Argentina :

Mediation, jointly with the United States and Brazil, between-
Chile and Peru: Tacna-Arica dispute-----

1198, 1203, 1164-1240
Ecuador and Peru : boundary dispute---

1147-1164
presentation of a statue of George Washington to Argentina by
American citizens resident there----

15
Armistice, necessary conditions of-----

825-826
Arms:

commercial sale of arms not prohibited by United States neutrality
statutes nor by international law---

868, 872-877
definition of "arms and munitions of war

872
exportation to Mexico from the United States, prohibition of ---- 867-883
exceptions.-

872-877
violations complained of by Mexico.---

868, 872–877, 880
See also Mexico: policy of the United States.
neutrality of the United States in relation to exportation of arms to
Mexico

867 et seq.
Arrangements. See Treaties.
Arrest :
of American citizens in Austria-Hungary ----

21
place of: relation of, to extraterritorial rights of the United
States.

1310-1339
Assassination of-
King George I of Greece_

551
President Araújo of Salvador -

1304
President Madero of Mexico.-

731
Vice President Pino Suárez of Mexico.

731
Assault on American citizens in Panama.

1069-1081
Assistance and salvage at sea.

1355-1362
Asylum:

granted by the American Legation to ex-President Billinghurst of
Peru.---

1141-1147
policy of the United States---

855
right of a political refugee to seek and be accorded asylum at the
legation of a foreign country-

1141-1147
See also Temporary refuge.
Austria-Hungary: naturalization convention of 1871 violated by the arrest

and imprisonment in Austria-Hungary of naturalized American
citizens on the charge of evasion of military service.

21

B.

Belligerency: recognition by the United States of belligerency of the
Constitutionalist party in Mexico requested.

878
Bolivia: intervention in the Tacna-Arica dispute between Chile and
Peru

1164, 1198-1200, 1204
Boundary disputes between
Bolivia, Chile, and Peru..

1166–1169
Dominican Republic and Haiti..

467-470
Ecuador and Peru---

1154, 1147–1164, 1205-1208
Mexico and the United States..

955-977
Bridge across the entrance to the port of Habana, concession for con-
struction of.--

369
British North Borneo: extradition arrangement-

549
Belgium; maritime law convention signed at Brussels September 23,
1910; text------

1355-1363
Brazil:

citizenship convention signed at Rio de Janeiro August 13, 1906 ;
text

1352-1355
extradition treaty of 1897 and protocols of 1898 and 1903 between the
United States and Brazil terminated by Brazil.

25

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