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Brazil-Continued.

Page.
mediation, jointly with the United States and Argentina, between-
Chile and Peru: Tacna-Arica dispute..

1161-1270
Ecuador and Peru: boundary dispute.

1117-1161
message of the President, Marshal Hermes R. da Fonseca, to the Con-
gress

24
pecuniary claims convention signed at Rio de Janeiro, August 13.
1906; text

1319-1372
proposal by Brazil of a special agreement with the United States

regulating the prosecution of counterfeiters when not subject to

extradition
valorization of coffee_
visit of the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Dr. Lauro S. Müller, to the
United States

67
Bulgaria :

extraterritorial rights and most-favored-nation treatment of the

United States.--
judicial process issued in Bulgaria for service in the United States -
war with Greece, Serbia, Montenegro, and Roumania-

78
war with Turkey. See Turkey.

C.

California land laws protested against by Japan.--

625
Canal:

Panama. See Panama Canal.
proposed Nicaraguan.-

1021
Central America :

influence and importance of the United States compared with Euro-
pean

1042
policy of the United States..

1024
Central American Federation..

1028-1031
Certificates of inspection of nursery stock.

1
Chamizal controversy.

957-977
Chile:
* refusal of Chile to assent to protection of Peruvian interests by the
United States

1178
Tacna-Arica dispute between Peru and Chile. See Peru.
China:
claims of American citizens against China.

204
inaugural address of President Yuan Shih K'ai..

82
inaugural ceremonies.

112
indemnity payments-----

202
loan negotiations-
currency-reform and Manchurian-industrial loan.

192
Chinghua College loans--

195
miscellaneous loans.---

201
withdrawal of the United States group of bankers from the sex-

tuple consortiumr; conclusion of a reorganization-loan agree-
ment between China and the quintuple group-

143
Opium Conference, Second International; report of the American

delegates; ratification by the United States of the opium conven-
tion

215-383
political asfairs—organization of the National Assembly; recogni.

tion of the Republic of China by the United States and other
powers; inauguration of President Yuan Shih K'ai; uprising in
southern provinces suppressed; expulsion by presidential decree of
Nationalist members of the Assembly; formation by the President
of a Political Council..

S7
protection by the United States of Chinese subjects and interests in-
Mexico.--

916-923
Panama

1105-1139
Chinese. See Panama: status and protection in foreign countries of

American citizens of Chinese race.

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Circulars:

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declaration of policy with regard to Latin America.

7
expatriation of naturalized citizens.-

3
importation of aigrettes, egret plumes, etc., prohibition of

12
nursery stock, certificates of inspection of -

1
Panama-Pacific International Exposition at San Francisco in 1915, ..

invitation to the
peace plan of the President...
plant quarantine act.
ritle-shooting tournament, international..
Root, speech of Senator Elihu, repudiating sentiments attributed to
him iu relation to Latin America.--

4
Citizenship:
art of March 2, 1907; section 5 cited...

1293, 1296, 1297
convention, text of international, establishing the status of natural-

ized citizens who again take up their residence in the country of
their origin.--

1332–1355
dual citizenship

1293
expatriation of naturalized citizens -

3
Japanese interests in lands in California, citizenship in relation to.. 625
See also American citizens; Nationality; Naturalization; Panama :

status and protection in foreign countries, etc.; Portugal; Treaties:

by subject.
Claims against :
China

204
Cuba: “insurrectionary claims ” of France, Germany, and Great Brit-
ain arising prior to 1898-

341
Dominican Republic---

470
Ecuador: Guayaquil & Quito Railway Co. v. Ecuador.

473
Honduras

606
Liberia : formation of a claims commission; claims of German mer-
chants -

06.)
Nicaragua : Mixed commission for the settlement of all claims; refer-
ence

1040, 1048, 1059
United States.-

316
Mexico

923 et seq., 1001-1006
Claims, arbitration of pecuniary ; text of international convention signed

at Rio de Janeiro, August 13, 1906, extending the duration of the treaty
signed at Mexico January 30, 1902.

1349–1352
Coffee:
Brazil: valorization of coffee-

39
Guatemala : coffee revenues restored to Great Britain.--

557
Colombia:
relations of the United States with Colombia --

281329
sovereignty claim over Great Corn and Little Corn Islands; denied by
Nicaragua

1032-1033
Comity, extradition and deportation from Costa Rica to the United
States as an act of.--

330
Commerce:
act of July 2, 1890.-

49
act of August 27, 1894.

49-52
Norris Act
Sherman Antitrust Act--

50
valorization of coffee-

39
Wilson Act

52
See also Treaties; by subject.
Concessions :
Cuba-
bridge

369
railroad

381
Honduras: railroad

591
Panama: railroad

1081, 1094
Conferences, international:
American Conference, Third International.----

1349, 1352
Opium Conference, Second International --

215-283
Congresses, international. See International Congresses held in the

United States.

Page

” and

Constitution of the United States, fourteenth aniendment: interpretation
of

1290-1313
Constitutionalist Government of Mexico. See Mexico“ Carranza

“ Constitutionalist Party."
Consular certification of values of exports.

1068
Consular jurisdiction, American.---

1310-1339
Consular Regulations, paragraphs 200, 341, 347, and 629 : citations_----- 1314
Conventions. See Treaties.
Costa Rica :

extradition and deportation from Costa Rica to the United States as
an act of comity --

330
protest against a proposed interoceanic canal treaty between Nicara-
gua and the United States.-

--- 1021-1034
Counterfeiters, prosecution of, when not subject to extradition; proposal
by Brazil of a special agreement with the United States--

37
Cuba:
amnesty bill.---

354
bridge across the entrance to the port of Habana, concession for

construction of---
Caibarien-Nuevitas railway project--

381
claims, insurrectionary, arising prior to 1898; proposal of France,
Germany, and Great Britain to arbitrate---

311
immunity of Congressmen from prosecution for crime...

405
inauguration of President Menocal; participation of a special mission

representing the President of the United States.
Maine Monument; participation of a Cuban delegation in the dedi-
cation in New York.---

414
naval station at Guantánamo.-

353
scurrilous and libelous newspaper attacks on the American Minister
and the Secretary of Legation at Habana..

405
Zapata Swamp concession.-

365

D.
Dawson Agreements---

1059
Death of -
King George I of Greece.--

551
President Araújo of Salvador.

1314
President Auguste of Haiti.

573
President Bonilla of Honduras.

591
President Madero of Mexico_

731
Vice President Pino Suárez of Mexico_

731
Declaration of the policy of the United States with regard to Latin
America...

7
Declaration permitting consuls to take note of declarations of values of
exports from Panama

1068
Deportation :
from Costa Rica to the United States as an act of comity.

330
from Peru of ex-President Leguía---

1110
Discriminatory legislation against particular classes of aliens.

625-663
“ Dollar diplomacy
Dominican Republic:
American Minister as arbitrator of a French claim.---

470
arbitration of the boundary dispute between the Dominican Republic
and Haiti; good offices of the United States ---

467-470
elections, observation by United States officials of conduct of.. 425 426,

4334434, 436
financial affairs ; conclusion of a loan contract between the Dominican

Republic and the National City Bank of New York, with the ap.
proval of the United States.--

456-467
message of President Nouel to the Congress.-

417
political affairs: resignation of President Nouel ; election and inau-

guration of President Bordas; revolution; measures in regard
thereto taken by the United States; observation of elections by
United States officials.

418-456
Donovan trust fund.
Dual citizenship---

1293

1042

E.
Ecuador:

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boundary dispute with Peru.-

1147
claims of the Guayaquil & Quito Railway Co. against Ecuador; ar-
bitration proceedings---

473
recognition of President Plaza by the United States--

471
revolution at Esmeraldas; attitude of the United States.

472
sanitation of Guayaquil; discrimination against American bidders;
award of contract to a London company -

505
slavery of Indians in the Province of Oriente_.

521
Expatriation of naturalized American citizens, presumption of_.

3, 1352
Exportation of arms. See Aris.
Exports, consular certification of values of ----

1068
Extradition:
Brazil-

special agreement regulating prosecution of counterfeiters when

not subject to extradition, proposed by Brazil to the United
States

37
treaty between the United States and Brazil terminated by
Brazil

25
Costa Rica: extradition and deportation from Costa Rica to the
United States as an act of comity---

330
Great Britain: arrangement effected by exchange of notes between

the United States and Great Britain for extradition between the
Philippine Islands or Guam and British North Borneo; signed
September 1/23, 1913.-.

549
Extraterritoriality:

Bulgaria : rights and most-favored-nation treatment of the United
States-

76
Italy: rights of the United States in Libya, relinquishment of.-- 608
Turkey-

arrest, place of: captain of wrecked American ship arrested

while struggling in the water, held by Turkey not to be within
American jurisdiction.--

1310-1339
consular jurisdiction of the United States: (1) by virtue of
extraterritorial rights; (2) regardless thereof...

1318
protection by the flag held not to extend outside of a wrecked
American vessel.

1313–1315, 1310–1339
protection by the United States of the Greek captain of an
American ship----

1310-1339
vessels: regularly documented American vessels distinguished

from those which, having been bought by American citizens,
have acquired the right to carry the American flag in countries
where extraterritoriality exists.----

1314
See also Most-fa vored-nation treatment.

F.

Fishery rights: territorial waters, extent of, in relation to fishery rights. 1029
Flag:
protection of a flag held not to apply to wrecked crew of a sunken ves-
sel carrying the flag----

1313-1315, 1310_1339
American

allegiance to the American flag of seamen serving under it, of
whatsoever nationality..

1317, 1310–1339
misuse of_.

10.17
nationality of a foreign-built ship legally flying the American
flag ----

1313-1315, 1317, 1323, 1310–1339
Fonseca, Gulf of; legal history of, in relation to proposed treaty grants
to the United States..

1028
France:
arbitration agreement between the United States and France extend-
ing the duration of the convention of February 10, 1908_

528
claims against Cuba..

341
protection by the United States of French citizens in Mexico.--

914
reestablishment of relations between France and Venezuela; text of
protocol relating thereto; good offices of the United States ---

529

G.
Germany:

l'age.
Claims against Cuba---
protection by the United States of German subjects in Mexico.--

915
relations with Liberia, composed by the United States_

65,00
Good offices of the United States. See United States; good offices.
Great Britain:
claims against-
Cuba.

341
Guatemala

Mexico.
cooperation with the United States on Sierra Leone frontier of Li-
beria.--

681
extradition arrangement effected by exchange of notes between the

United States and Great Britain providing for extradition between
the Philippine Islands or Guam and British North Borneo; signed
September 1/23, 1913---

119
joint investigation by the United States and Great Britain of slavery
in Peru---

1240-1250
Panama Canal tolls; exemption of vessels in the coastwise trade of

the United States from payment of tolls; objections thereto of
the British Government.-

540
Radiotelegraph convention signed at London July 5, 1912; text. 1375-1113
Tlahualilo controversy with Mexico, joint action with the United
States in regard to the..

9:13
Greece:

assassination of King George I; accession to the throne of King
Constantine

3.71
war with-
Bulgaria

78
Turkey

1309
Guam: extradition to or from British North Borneo; arrangement be-
tween the United States and Great Britain.--

519
Guantánamo, naval station at.-

3:3:3
Guatemala :

financial affairs; restitution of the coffee revenues to British bond.

holders; good offices of the United States_

message of President Estrada Cabrera to the National Assembly
Guayaquil, sanitation of..

H.

Hague, The: Palace of Peace, dedication of

1017
Hague conventions: pacific settlement of international disputes, signed
October 18, 1907; reference

349, 1160-110
Hague Tribunal

1153-1163
Haiti:

abrogation of the right of Syrians to trade in: Haiti; rights of

American citizens of Syrian birth.--
arbitration of the boundary dispute with the Dominican Republic 467
death of President Tancrède Auguste; election and inauguration of
President Michel Oreste------

573
Honduras:

message of President Bonilla to the Congress...
death of President Bonilia and assumption of the presidency by Vice
President Bertrand

191
recovery by Honduras of the National Railroad of Honduras and

wharves at Puerto Cortes from the lessee, an American citizen;
attitude of the United States.----

I.

Immigration of Japanese laborers a question irrelevant to that of the

treatment of Japanese resident in the United States.-
Imununity from prosecution for crime..
Importation of aigrettes, etc., prohibited..
Importation : valorization of coffee..

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