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Inauguration of the Presidents of-
China-

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

82
inaugural ceremonies.

112
Cuba: inauguration of President Menocal.

333
Indemnity payments by :
China

202
United States.-

613
Industrial property convention -

1363-1374
Insurrectionary claims against Cuba.--

341-353
International American Conference, Third: treaties signed at Rio de
Janeiro, 1906

1319, 1352
International conferences on-
maritime law

13.15
opium

21.5
pecuniary claims.

1349
naturalization

1352
industrial property

1363
radiotelegraph

1375
International congresses held in the United States:
Third International Congress of Refrigeration..

1348
Fourth International Congress on School Hygiene_

1348
International rifle-shooting tournament..

1
International law :

acts in their nature dangerous to other nations, a nation must
refrain from

1020
alien ownership of land--

625-653 passim.
arbitration of pecuniary claims: text of international convention
of 1906.--

1349-13:52
armistice, necessary conditions of..

823-826
arrest, place of, in relation to extraterritorial rights - 1313-1315, 1310-1339
asylum

789, 796, 855, 1141-1147
bays, distinction between " territorial" and historic

1028
citizen, a corporation as a

049
citizenship-
expatriation of naturalized citizens.

3.
status of naturalized citizens who again take up their residence

in the country of their origin; text of international convention. 13.12
See also Japan; Portugal; American citizens; Treaties: by sub-

ject.
claims, arbitration of pecuniary: text of international convention
of 1906_

1349–13.72
consular jurisdiction in relation to extraterritorial rights. 1310-133)
damages : compensation by the national government for damages by a
local authority to subjects of a foreign government----

041
constitutional character of the Huerta administration in Mexico - 772,

826-827
consular jurisdictions

1310-133.)
corporation. See Citizen.
criminal offense: right of a Turkish court to try an American citizen
for crime not admitted by the United States

1314
de facto relations with a de facto government distinguished from for-
mal recognition.

748, 753
descent of real property to an alien disqualified from taking --

646
diplomatic representative, status of; power of an mrecognized admin-

istration to define the extent of its relations with a properly ac-
credied and accepted representative.--.

800-801
discriminatory legislation against particular classes of aliens. 625-6J3
estoppel by treaty agreement.

642, 613
execution of political prisoners..

837-838
exportation of arms: causes for exceptions to prohibition of, 872–877;
probibition a domestic matter.--

878
extraterritoriality, bearing of, on status of foreign members of the
crew of an American ship-

1310–1339, 1314
See also Extraterritoriality.

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International law-Continued.

flag, protection afforded by a national. See Extraterritoriality:

Turkey.
intervention to oppose negotiation of a treaty by a contiguous coun-
try affecting their joint interests.---

1022, 1627
joint sovereignty. See Sovereignty.
judicial process of a foreign court for service in the United States -
jurisdiction, consular, in relation to extraterritorial rights------ 1310–1339
maritime law : international convention for the unification of rules
pertaining to assistance and salvage at sea.-

1355-1362
most-favored-nation treatment guaranteed by treaty in relation to
adverse treatment by local laws.

638, 641
municipal laws not relevant to demands for performance of interna-
tional obligations.--

347, 625-653 passim
nationality-

of a seaman follows the nationality of his ship---- 1314, 1310-1339

foreign vessel owned by American citizens ---- 1313-1315, 1310-1339
naturalization-

a question of national concern alone----

See also Citizenship.
neutrality statutes of the United States in relation to provisions of
international law ----

SGS
neutrality: participation of foreign residents in defense of attacked
locality forbidden.-

793-794
option in treaty form-

1023-1024
plebiscite, nature of.

1201
property: protection of industrial property; international conven-
tion---

1363-1374
See also Japan : protest against the land laws of California.
protection by a national flag. See Extraterritoriality: Turkey.
radiotelegraph convention..

1375-1413
redress:

instances of recourse to legal proceedings instead of to diplo-
matic negotiations.-

610
exhaustion of local remedy prior to diplomatic action.-
reference of a foreign claimant to a provincial or state authority
not acquiesced in by the claimant's government-

610
representation by diplomatic and consular officers of the interests
of third governments..

1123
requisition for military purposes of foreign property--

1339-1345
responsibility of a state for the acts of local authorities--

619.

625-653 passim
rights do not require, for their preservation, the continued existence
of the power by which they were acquired.-

637, 640, 645
seaman, nationality of, follows the nationality of his ship------- 1313-1315
sovereignty :
joint sovereignty over waters of "historic" bays---

1028
reservation by Japan (in relation to the treaty of 1911) of the

right to maintain reciprocity with the separate States of the
United States

627, 613
shipment of arms: distinction between prohibition of export of arms

for promotion of political disturbance and mere commercial sale of
arms--

S67
status of American naturalized citizens in various countries. See

Status.
temporary refuge.

737, 789, 796, 855
See also Asylum.
territorial waters. See Bays.
transfer of property to aliens, vested rights not impaired by laws
forbidding-

6-16
treaty, option in the form of a--

1023-1024
treaty rights do not require, for their preservation, the continued ex-
istence of the power by which they were acquired.--

637, 640, 615
war vessels in waters of a government recognized as a de facto but

not a de jure government by the government sending them------ 781-783
International rifle-shooting tournament..

1

Page.

1363

1022
1027
1031

International Union for the Protection of Industrial Property: treaty

signed at Washington, 1911----
Intervention-

of Costa Rica between Nicaragua and the United States in relation to

canal treaty negotiations----
of Salvador; same as above-
of Colombia ; same as above--

See also Mexico: policy of the United States.
Invitation to the Panama-Pacific International Exposition.
Isle of Pines, sovereignty over..
Italy:
payment by the United States to Italy of an indemnity for the lynch-

ing of Angelo Albano, an Italian subject--
sovereignty of Italy over Libya; attitude of the United States as to

recognition thereof; relinquishment of extraterritorial rights.--
treaty between the United States and Italy amending article 3 of

the treaty of commerce and pavigation of February 26, 1871; text-

13
354

613

608

611

J.
Japan:

naturalization of Japanese in the United States a political problem
of national and not international concern.--

633, 644
protection by the United States of Japanese subjects in Mexico.--- 915, 916
protest of Japan against the land laws of California ---

625-653
Jewish citizens of the United States in Russia; text of House resolution
of 1911

638
Judicial process of a foreign court for service in the United States---

75
Jurisdiction : extraterritorial jurisdiction of the United States denied by
Turkey-

1310-1339
King George I of Greece, assassination of_

551
King Constantine of Greece, accession of..

551
Land laws of California :
act of May 19, 1913; text.

627
protest of Japan against the act of May 19, 1913..

625-653
Latin America:
declaration of policy of the United States_

7
speech by Senator Elihu Root in the Senate repudiating sentiments
attributed to him ---

4
Libel of American diplomatic officers.-

405
Liberia :

claims of German merchants against Liberia ; formation of a claims
commission; good offices of the United States..

665
good offices of the United States in composing difficulties with the
German Government..

655, 665
message of President Howard to the Legislature_

654
transfer of the Donovan trust fund to the Liberian Government by
the American Colonization Society----

686
uprisings of natives on the Sierra Leone frontier.

681
Libya, sovereignty of Italy over.

608
List of papers in this volume, by country, in chronological order, with
subjects noted.--

xvii
Loans :
China.-

143–202
Dominican Republic.-

456
Nicaragua--

1034-1067

M.

Maine monument dedication, participation of a Cuban delegation in------ 414
Maritime law:

assistance and salvage at sea; international convention for the uni-
fication of certain rules of law.--

1355-1362
Third International Conference: treaty signed at Brussels, 1910----- 1355

140322°-FR 1913- -90

Mediation between-

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Bolivia and Chile: offer of the American Minister in 1879; reference_ 1166
Bolivia, Chile, and Peru-

offers of European governments in 1879 and 1881; attitude of

the United States; reference.-- 1166-1167, 1170–1171, 1190, 1196-1198
offers of South American governments; reference--

1166
offers of the United States in 1880 and 1881; reference --- 1166–1167,

1170-1171
Chile and Peru-
offer of the American Minister in 1879; reference

1168
Tacna-Arica dispute; proposals for the joint mediation of the

United States, Argentina and Brazil. 1164–1240, 1170–1171, 1179-1240
Ecuador and Peru: request of Peru for the arbitration of the boun-

dary dispute through the mediation of the United States, Argentina,
and Brazil.---

1147–1164, 1159–1160, 1170–1171
Messages of the President of the United States to the Congress:
annual address.

IX-XVI, 864-80)
Special messages

Colombia : March 1, 1913, transmitting a report by the Secretary

of State on the relations between the United States and
Colombia..

296-308
Colorado River: June 14, 1912, transmitting a letter of the Sec-

retary of the Interior submitting an appeal for further appro-
priations and works.---

987-990
Mexico : August 27, 1913, submitting a statement of the facts con-

cerning relations with Mexico, embodying the President's in-
structions to Mr. Lind and transcribing the reply of the Mexi-
can Foreign Office to proposals made through Mr. Lind------ 820-

827, 828
opium-

April 21, 1913, transmitting to the Congress a communication

from the Secretary of State urging an appropriation for
the delegation to the Second International Opium Con-
ference,

215
August 9, 1913, transmitting to the Congress a communica-

tion from the Secretary of State accompanied by a re-
port from the American delegates to the Second Inter-
national Opium Conference_

220
Peru: February 7, 1913, transmitting a report of the Secretary
of State concerning slavery in Peru.--

1240-1219
Messages of the Presidents of-
Brazil

24
China

82
Colombia

317
Dominican Republic.-

417
Ecuador

471
Guatemala
Honduras
Liberia
Mexico

691, 830
Nicaragua

1020
Panama

1098
Peru

1140
Mexico:

amnesty granted by Mexican Congress for period prior to Huerta

régime
Angeles, Gen.: action of American ambassador in behalf of.---

788
Carranza, Venustiano, Governor of Coahuila :
submits unconditionally to Huerta-

726, 727, 750, 751, 763
revolts against Huerta-----

721, 727, 735, 752, 763
demands Huerta's resignation ---

755, 756, 767
armed conflict with Huerta begins.

734, 765
customhouse opened by Carranza..

742
proclaims sovereignty of the State of Coahuila..

721, 763
telegram to the President of the United States..

742

782

784, 787

Mexico-Continued.
Carranza, Venustiano, Governor of Coahuila-Continued.

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characterization by the American ambassador..

757, 774
resents American ambassador's recommendation of surrender
to Huerta

7.8, 767
proclaims himself provisional President of Mexico.
establishes general headquarters of Constitutionalist Party at
Ciudad Porfirio Diaz..

787, 788
enters Torreon

835
de facto government, Carranza claims his to be a.-

934
See also Constitutionalist party.
Chamizal controversy

-957-977
convention, proposal by the United States of tentative bases
for a-

968
refusal of Huerta to consider the controversy until recognition
of his government by the United States....

976
various references..

--927, 942, 944-945, 948
claims against Mexico-
attitude of Huerta toward foreign claims in general..

92:
Carranza's decrees as to claims and rights of foreigners - 954956
contrast between claims arising from the revolution of 1910 and
subsequent disturbances; attitude of Great Britain..

923,

932, 936-940, 948-930
international claims commission insisted on by the Diplomatic
Corps.

946-954, 956
claims against Mexico made by-
Great Britain-

correspondence with the United States concerning the na-
ture of various revolutionary claims.-

923,

932, 936-940, 948--950
See also Tlahualilo Co.
United States-

attitude of Huerta toward American claims.----- 926-942, 944-950
representations made by the United States September 15,

1912; request for acceptance in principle by Huerta of
the demands thereby made.--

778
other representations made to Huerta.--728-729, 924–9-10, 944–950
settlement required by the United States before recogni-

tion of Huerta government.----- 728–729, 737, 760, 773, 778, 790
See also Chamizal controversy; Colorado River; Tlahua-

lilo Co.
Colorado River, construction and maintenance of protective work

on the, and negotiations with the Government of Mexico concern-
ing the equitable distribution of the waters of that river----- 977-993
international commission suggested.

981-987
treaty suggested --

991
message of the President to Congress in regard to an appro-
priation -

987-990
refusal of Huerta to consider the question until formal recog-
nition of his government by the United States..

993
other references

927, 942, 944–945, 948
confiscation of estates of contributors to the revolution against
Iluerta.-

782
Congress-

anti-Huerta greech of Senator Belisario Domínguez, Septem-
her 23, 1913_

844
resolution of Chamber of Deputies, October 10, 1913, concern-
ing disappearance of Senator Domínguez

836
Chamber of Deputies dissolved by Huerta October 10, 1913_

810
new Congress elected October 26..

850
bill introduced December 9, 1913, nullifying elections of October

26, 1913, calling elections for July, 1914, and continuing
Huerta as "constitutional ad interim President" to November
30, 1916 ---

866
adjourned December 15, 1913, until April 14, 1914_

866
See also Permanent Commission.

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