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Fabre, for France. In case of disagreement the King of England is to appoint a sur-arbitre. La paix par le droit, 1913:154.
March, 1913. 28 FRANCE. French decree putting into operation the INDUSTRIAL
PROPERTY CONVENTION signed at Washington, June 2, 1911.
R. de dr. int. privé et de dr. pénal int., 9:698. 31 NORWAY-SWEDEN. Convention relating to the right of Laplanders
to pasturage for their reindeer. French text: An. de l'Union Interparlementaire, 1913:211.
May, 1913. 3 Panama—SPAIN. Ratifications exchanged of arbitration treaty
signed July 25, 1912. French text: Martens, 7:345; Spanish text:
Ga, de Madrid, 1913:659. 5 COLOMBIA—MEXICO. Colombia recognized the Huerta Govern
ment in Mexico. B. Rel. Ext. (Mexico), 36:152. 10 DOMINICAN REPUBLIC_GERMANY. Parcel post convention signed.
Spanish text: B. Rel. Ext. (Dominican Republic), 1:564. 24 HONDURAS—MEXICO. Honduras recognized the Huerta Govern
ment in Mexico. B. Rel. Ext. (Mexico), 36:150. 29 Italy—MEXICO. Italy recognized the Huerta Government in
Mexico. B. Rel. Ext. (Mexico), 36:154.
June, 1913. 6 PERMANENT COURT OF ARBITRATION AT THE HAGUE. The Gov
ernment of Chile has appointed Señor Heliodoro Yañez, member of the Court from Chile, in place of the late Señor José Antolio Candrillas. Señor Yañez is a lawyer, Senator and Minister for
Foreign Relations of Chile. B. Rel. Ext. (Mexico), 36:171. 7 PERMANENT COURT OF ARBITRATION AT THE HAGUE. The Gov
ernment of the Dominican Republic has appointed Señor Apolinar Tejera, member of the Court from the Dominican Republic, in place of Señor José Lamarche. Señor Tejera is the Secretary of the Department of Justice and Public Instruction of the Domin
ican Republic. B. Rel. Ext. (Mexico), 36:172. 9 MEXICO-NORWAY. Norway recognized the Huerta Government in
Mexico. B. Rel. Ext. (Mexico), 36:153.
June, 1913. 9 ECUADOR—MEXICO. Ecuador recognized the Huerta Government
in Mexico. B. Rel. Ext. (Mexico), 36:155. 12 JAPAN_MEXICO. Japan recognized the Huerta Government in
Mexico. B. Rel. Ext. (Mexico), 36:156.
Russia statestion and public,
15-July 23. SECOND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE RELATING TO Bills
OF EXCHANGE. MET AT THE HAGUE. The first conference met at
The convention and resolutions were signed by the 26 states following: Argentine Republic, Austria-Hungary, Belgium, Brazil, Bolivia, Bulgaria, Chile, Denmark, France, Germany, Guatemala, Italy, Luxemburg, Mexico, Montenegro, Netherlands, Nicaragua, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Russia, Salvador, Servia, Switzerland and Turkey. French text: An. de l'Union Interparlementaire, 1913:237; R. de dr. int. privé et de dr. int. pénal, 9: 628, English and French texts: United States Senate, 63d Cong.,
1st sess., Doc. 162. 17 ITALY_JAPAN. Exchange of ratifications of treaty of commerce
and navigation signed Nov. 25, 1912. Italian decree promulgating treaty June 19, 1913. French text: R. di dir. int., Vol. 2
(Série 2):431. 20 JAPAN-NETHERLANDS. Dutch decree carrying into effect the
treaty of commerce and navigation signed July 6, 1912. French text: Staats., 1913, No. 293.
July, 1913. 6 MEXICO-TURKEY. Turkey recognized the Huerta Government in
Mexico. B. Rel. Ext. (Mexico), 36:317. 7 NETHERLANDS. Dutch decree relating to international telegraphs. • Staats., 1913:323. 20 JAPAN-NETHERLANDS. Dutch decree carrying into effect the July, 1913.
treaty of navigation signed July 6, 1912. French text: Staatsb.,
1913, No. 293. 21 DENMARK-MEXICO. Denmark recognized the Huerta Govern
ment in Mexico. B. Rel. Ext. (Mexico), 36:319. 28 GERMANY-NETHERLANDS. Convention extending to the German
Protectorate of Kiautchou the provisions of the extradition treaty of Sept. 21, 1897. Ratified and proclaimed by Germany Aug. 25,
1913. German and Dutch texts: Reichs. G., 1913:704. 31 FRANCE-GREAT BRITAIN SPAIN-PORTUGAL. A compromis was
signed referring to the Permanent Court of Arbitration at The Hague the settlement of the differences between Portugal and France, Great Britain and Spain relating to property belonging to religious associations confiscated by the Republic of Portugal. The Tribunal will be composed of Dr. Van Savornin, Dutch Minister of State, and Dr. Lardy, Swiss Minister to France. Hon. Elihu Root will serve as Umpire. London Daily Telegraph, Dec. 11, 1913.
August, 1913. 8 HAITI-MEXICO. Haiti recognized the Huerta Government in
Mexico. B. Rel. Ext. (Mexico), 36:318. 8 FRANCE. French decree promulgating conventions signed April 4,
May 23 and Oct. 28, 1912, between the Federal Railway Bureau of France and the Paris-Lyon-and-Mediterranean Railway for the use of the line from Geneva to La Plaine for the Paris-Lyonand-Mediterranean railway trains and their entrance into the
Geneva-Cornavin station. French texts: J. O., 1913:7421. 10 BULGARIA SERVIA, GREECE, MONTENEGRO and ROUMANIA. Treaty
of peace ending the Second Balkan campaign. French text: Q.
dipl., 36:240; English text: Supplement to this JOURNAL, p. 13. 11 BELGIUM-FRANCE. French decree promulgating a declaration
signed July 18, 1900, modifying Article 10 of the extradition treaty between the two countries signed Aug. 15, 1874. J. O.,
1913:7397. 12 NETHERLANDS—Russia. Dutch decree promulgating convention
relating to associations and companies, signed Sept. 29, 1911, ratifications of which were exchanged July 18, 1913. French and Dutch texts: Staats., 1913, No. 352.
August, 1913. 27 NETHERLANDS—NORWAY. Dutch decree proclaiming treaty of
commerce and navigation signed May 20, 1912, ratified by Norway Aug. 22, 1913, and Netherlands Aug. 25, 1913. French and
Dutch texts: Staats., 1913, No. 362. 30 RED CROSS. French decree promulgating Geneva Convention of
July 6, 1906. September, 1913. 2 AUSTRIA—SWITZERLAND. Arbitration treaty signed, renewing the
treaty of arbitration which expired Nov. 1, 1910. English summary: Peace Movement, 2:457; French summary: Mouvement
Pacifiste, 2:449; German summary: Friedens-Bewegung, 2:470. 16 FRANCE-RUSSIA. French decree promulgating telephone conven
tion signed April 19-June 27, 1912. French text: J. O., 1913:
8797. 19 FRANCE-ITALY. French decree promulgating convention signed
Jan. 18, 1908, ratifications of which were exchanged Aug. 5, 1913, relating to fisheries of Corsica and Sardinia. French text:
J.O., 1913:8465. 19 FRANCE–GREAT BRITAIN. French decree promulgating conven
tion relating to telephone communication between the two coun
tries, signed Feb. 5, 1912. French text: J. O., 1913:7510, 8462. 21 DOMINICAN REPUBLIC. Declaration of blockade of ports of Puerto
Plata, Sanchez and Samana. J. O., 1913:8373. 24 FRANCE-LUXEMBURG. French decree promulgating telephone com
munication convention signed April 7, 1912. J.O., 1913:8773. 29 BULGARIA-TURKEY. Treaty relating to adjustment of frontiers,
signed at Constantinople. French text: Q. dipl., 36:494; Times, Sept. 18, Sept. 30, 1913; English text; SUPPLEMENT to this
JOURNAL, P. 27. October, 1913. 1-6 INTERNATIONAL LAW ASSOCIATION. The 28th meeting of the
International Law Association was held in Madrid, October 1 to 6. Peace Movement, 2:454; Mouvement Pacifiste, 2:443; Friedens
Bewegung, 2:464; Law Magazine & R., 39:69. 9 GERMANY-SWITZERLAND-ITALY. St. Gotthard Railway Con
vention, signed Oct. 13, 1909, proclaimed by Germany. French and German texts: Reichs. G., 1913:719; this JOURNAL, 7:601.
October, 1913. 13 TIBET. The conference on Tibet met at Simla, India. Sir Arthur
McMahon is president. It appears that the Tibetans demand recognition by China of the autonomy of Tibet, the stipulation that henceforth no Chinese officials shall be stationed in Tibet, and the payment of indemnities to Tibet for damages by Chinese
troops to property. Times, Oct. 14, 22, 1913. 14 FRANCE–GREAT BRITAIN. By an exchange of notes the arbitra
tion convention signed Oct. 13, 1903, and renewed for five years on Oct. 14, 1908, was renewed for a further period of five years.
J.O., 1913:9757; Great Britain, Treaty Series, Nov. 18, 1913. 14 FRANCE—TURKEY. Accord signed for settlement of French
claims against Turkey. French text: Q. dipl., 36:682; Mém.
dipl., 51:547. 15 FRANCE-HAITI. French decree promulgating agreement signed
Sept. 10, 1913, relating to settlement of claims against Haiti.
French text: J. O., 1913:9251; this JOURNAL, 7:865, Sept. 10. 22 TURKEY. A commission was appointed consisting of Turks and
foreigners to examine into the modifications necessary in the
capitulations. Mém. dipl., 51:562. 25 BALKAN WAR. Third Campaign. Servian troops were withdrawn
from Albania to the Serbo-Bulgarian frontier laid down by the Treaty of London. This withdrawal is accredited to the ultimatum recently served on Servia by Austria. Times, Oct. 27,
1913. 25 FRANCE–GREECE. French decree promulgating convention for the
protection of dramatic works signed April 22, 1912, ratifications of which were exchanged at Athens, Sept. 22, 1913. French text:
J. O., 1913:6590. 27 BELGIUM-FRANCE. French decree promulgating declaration con
cerning the transmission of judicial and extra-judicial acts in civil and commercial affairs, signed Oct. 10, 1912. French text:
Arch. dipl., 125:76. 27 PERSIA-TURKEY. The British and Russian legations at Teheran
presented a joint note to the Persian Government relating to the Turco-Persian Demarcation Commission, in which Persia is formally requested to invite the two Powers to send delegates to accompany the commission, and to give these delegates powers as arbitrators to effect a final settlement in the case of those districts