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ATTITUDE OF UNITED STATES toward Austria and Germany...
AUSTRIA-HUNGARY. Announcement regarding armed merchant ships......2: 313

- Announcement regarding unrestricted warfare. February 1, 1917.3: 358

Lists of contraband of war.................................1: 46, 48
Peace overtures. 1916 ..............

.......3: 276-285
- Reply to United States suggestions regarding the war..........3: 296
AUSTRIA-HUNGARY-UNITED STATES. Correspondence respecting:
Armed merchant vessels...........

..........2: 313
Consular officers in occupied territory....

........2: 453-457
Declaration of London........

..........1: 1-8
Declaration of war............

..........3: 373
Exportation of arms and munitions....

146, 166; 2: 354
Military service case.............

...2: 469-478
Recall of Austrian Ambassador .......

.............2: 361-362
Severance of diplomatic relations..

...3: 358
Submarine warfare...

....2: 297-309; 3: 155-221, 358
AZTEC, S. S. Sinking of.............

..........3: 152
BANDOENG, S. S. Attempt of, to ram submarine

...2: 200
BARBARA, S. S. Sinking of......

...3: 96-98
BARSOTTI, LEROY. Military service case. .........

..........2: 465
BELGIAN RELIEF. Correspondence respecting....

..1:314-336
BELGIUM. Deportation of civilians from....

.3: 249-269
- Status of neutral consular officers in....

..2: 445-453
- Withdrawal of American Minister from...

...3: 270-271
Reply to peace overtures. 1916.....

....3: 280
- Reply to United States suggestions concerning the war.........3: 304
BELGIUM-UNITED STATES. Correspondence respecting Declaration of Lon-
don ..

..........1: 1-8
- Warfare between submarines and armed merchant ships.....2: 310, 336
BELLIGERENT TERRITORY, Occupied. Status of neutral consular officers

in ........................ ...................................2: 445, 459
BELLIGERENT WARSHIPS. See WARSHIPS.
BERMUDA, THE. (3 Wall. 514.) Cited................ .....1: 74; 2: 77
BERWINDVALE, S. S. Sinking of..

......2: 183
BLACKLIST. Correspondence regarding

..........2: 148
See TRADING WITH THE ENEMY.
BLOCKADE. Correspondence regarding........1: 101-106, 109-122, 141, 157;

2: 79, 134; 3: 42-51
Decree (French). August 25, 1914.........

............1:6
- November 6, 1914..

.........

........1: 25
- March 13, 1915...........

..........1: 113
July 7, 1916. (With memorandum)...

.2:9, 11
Edict (Russian). September 1, 1914...

........1:31
December 8, 1914............

.......1: 34
Order in Council (British). August 20, 1914.

........1:4
- October 29, 1914......

......1:14
.1: 110

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March 11, 1915........
March 30, 1916........

.......2:4
July 7, 1916. (With memorandum)
- January 10, 1917..

...3: 49
February 16, 1917.....

......3:50
Ordinance (German). April 18, 1915...

...........1: 43
BOER WAR. Sales of munitions during..............

....1: 167, 172
Boy-ED, CAPTAIN. German naval attaché. Recall of...... .......2: 363-366
BRAZIL. Reply to suggestions of United States concerning the war......3: 302
BULGARIA. Peace overtures. 1916 ....

...........3: 274
Reply to suggestions of United States concerning the war.......3: 301
CABLEGRAMS. Censorship of.....

......1: 255, 270-313
CARIB, S. S. Sinking of...........

............3: 53-73
CARRIAGE OF CARGOES. Order in Council. November 10, 1915.....
CENSORSHIP of telegrams by cable and wireless.................1: 255, 270-313
CENTRAL POWERS. Peace overtures, 1916, and reply of Entente......3: 272-287
CHEMUNG, S. S. Sinking of.....

....3: 218-221
CHINA. Reply to United States suggestions concerning the war..........3: 303
CHINA, S. . Removal of enemy subjects from...... .......2: 427-432
CITIZENSHIP. See DUAL NATIONALITY.
CITY OF MEMPHIS, S. S. Sinking of..........

.......8: 146-149
CODE telegrams and cables. British regulations.

..........1: 295
- French regulations ......

..........1: 304
COLUMBIAN, S. S. Sinking of........

.......3: 120-123
COMMERCE, RESTRAINTS ON. Correspondence relating to.........1: 55-172;

2: 58-150; 3: 42-51
CONSULAR MAIL. Transmission of.........

....1: 268-269
CONSULAR OFFICERS, neutral, in occupied territory. Status of.......2: 445-459
CONTRABAND OF WAR. Correspondence respecting....1: 57, 62, 72, 78, 257;

2: 87; 3: 42-51

Decrees and orders affecting:
British Orders in Council:

August 20, 1914.
October 29, 1914....
March 11, 1915.
March 30, 1916.
July 7, 1916. (With memorandum) ..
January 10, 1917

February 16, 1917...
French decrees:

August 25, 1914....
November 6, 1914...
March 13, 1915...

July 7, 1916. (With memorandum)
German ordinance. April 18, 1915..........

.......1:4

....1:14
...1: 110

.....2:4

......2: 5
........3: 49
..........3: 50

17................

.........1:6
..........1:25
.........1: 113

......2: 9, 11
..........1:43
Russian edicts:
September 1, 1914.

............1: 31
December 8, 1914...........

............1: 34
Lists of:
Austro-Hungarian .......

.........1: 46-48
British ....................................1: 9-22; 2: 14-16, 49, 51
Alphabetical index of absolute contraband. November 5, 1915..2: 23

Conditional contraband. November 5, 1915.........2: 42
Summary of proclamations. November 5, 1915..............2:21
White paper listing articles and abolishing distinction between
absolute and conditional....

..............

..........2: 52
French .......

..1: 23-30
German ...........

.1: 37-46
Russian .......................

.........1: 31-37
Turkish ......

.......1: 48-54
CONVERSION OF MERCHANT SHIPS INTO WARSHIP

.........1: 222-240
Convoy of neutral ships.....

..........1: 95
Costs IN PRIZE PBOCEEDINGS..

............2: 87, 140
COTTON .........

18, 142; 2: 59, 62
CUSHING, S. $. Attack on.......

....1: 129-149
DECLARATION OF LONDON. Correspondence respecting........1: 1-8, 266; 3: 1-3
Orders and decrees relating to:
British Orders in Council:
August 20, 1914...

.....1:4
October 29, 1914........
October 20, 1915.
March 30, 1916.......

.2: 4
July 7, 1916. (With memorandum)....

..2:5
French decrees:
August 25, 1914.....

.........1:6
November 6, 1914....

......1: 25
October 23, 1915...

....2:1
July 7, 1916. (With memorandum).

........2: 11
Germany. April 18, 1915.......

........1: 43
Russia. September 1, 1914.....

.........1:31
December 8, 1914.........

........1: 36
DELTO, S. S. Sinking of..........

............3: 94, 113
DEPORTATION of civilians from Belgium....

........3: 249-269
DETENTION CAMPS for noncombatants..

.........1: 264
DETENTION of American ships.....

..1: 143; 2: 58, 74
DIPLOMATIC INTERVENTION in prize cases. Right of........1: 77, 145, 165;

2: 83, 137; 3: 1-3
DIPLOMATIC MAIL. Transmission of..

...........1: 268-269
DISPLAY BY NAVAL VESSELS of distinguishing marks on the high seas..3: 231-235
Don JOSE, THE. Discussed.

.............2: 85, 139, 142
DUAL NATIONALITY...

..1: 309.375; 2: 460-478

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DUMBA, CONSTANTIN THEODOR. Austrian Ambassador. Recall of....2: 361-362
DUMDUM BULLETS. Sale of...,

..........1: 260
EAGLE POINT, S. S. Sinking of.......

......2: 182, 183
ENEMY SUBJECTS. Removal of, from American vessels... ........1: 256,

353-360; 2: 427-432
ENTENTE POWERS–CENTRAL POWERS. Peace overtures. 1916........3: 272-287
ENGLISH CHANNEL. British Admiralty, circular regarding navigation of.
November 30, 1914.........

..........3: 21
ENGLISHMAN, S. S. Sinking of...

......2: 182, 183
ESCAPE of interned officers and men from German ships... ......2: 433-444
EVELYN, S. S. Sinking of......

........3: 53-73
EVIDENCE in prize cases....

......2: 76, 125
See FORDNEY, S. S.
EXECUTIVE ORDERS regarding wireless messages:
August 5 and September 5, 1914....

......1: 270, 273
FALABA, S. S. Sinking of.........

.1: 129-141
FABN. German prize ship. Internment of.............. ......1: 361-365
FLAG as determining character of vessel:
British Order in Council. October 20, 1915. .......

.....2: 2
French decree. October 23, 1915...

See AMERICAN TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY, Seizure of vessels of.
FLAG, NEUTRAL. Use of, by belligerents...........1: 86, 88, 90, 96, 97, 99, 106
FLAG. Transfer of ......

....1: 82
FOODSTUFFS. Importation of, into Germany:

Correspondence with Germany................1: 90, 98, 125, 127, 150, 156
Correspondence with Great Britain...

...1: 58, 63, 79, 107
- Cargo of Wilhemina...........

........1: 122, 173-179
- Fordney, 8. 8. Seizure of....

.....2: 58, 151-160
German decree relating to..............

....1: 174, 176
Letter of Secretary of State to Senate Committee..... ..........1: 258

Modus vivendi proposed by the United States........ 1: 97-101, 106
FORDNEY, S. S. Seizure of..........

....2: 58, 151-160
Fox, THE. Cited ....................................

...1: 163
FRANCE. Declaration of restrictions on German commerce. March 1, 1915..1: 115
-
Decree. March 13, 1915........

....1: 113
Decrees respecting the Declaration of London:
August 25, 1914...

.........1:6
November 6, 1914.....

.......1:25
October 23, 1915.......

........2: 1
July 7, 1916. (With memorandum).....

......2:11
Lists of contraband of war...........

......1: 23-30
Notice respecting mines in the Adriatic Sea.

.3: 12
Reply to peace overtures. 1916........

......3: 280
Reply to suggestions of United States concerning the war.... .....3: 305
FRANCE-UNITED STATES. Correspondence respecting:

Armed merchant vessels and submarines, warfare between...2: 310, 336, 338

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Censorship of cable messages................1: 285, 290, 300, 301, 303, 309
Declaration of London...

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.........1:1-8
Interferences with mails...........

......2: 404-426
Maritime danger zones and mine areas....

....................3: 12
Removal of A. Piepenbrink from an American vessel.

........1: 353-360
Restrictions on German commerce and blockade........1: 101, 102, 104, 112
Submarines in neutral waters.......

.........2: 342
FRANCISKA, THE. (Moore, P. C. 56.) Cited.....

.........2: 81
FBYE, WILLIAN P. Sinking of the........

: 180-193; 2: 345-352
GEIER. German ship. Internment of..

...1: 241-252
GERMANY. Decree relating to foodstuffs.

..................1: 174, 176
Lists of contraband of war........

...1: 37-46
Memorial regarding employment of Belgian laborers in Germany.....3: 258
Memorandum on treatment of armed merchant vessels..........2: 314, 339
Notice extending submarine blockade to Arctic Ocean. March 23,
1917 ..... ............

...3: 39-40
Ordinance relating to Declaration of London. April 18, 1915..........1: 43
Peace overtures. 1916 ..

....3: 272-283
Regulations governing idleness in Belgium...... ............3: 255
Regulations regarding navigation of the North Sea:
November 14, 1914.

..3:20
September 26, 1914....

..3: 71
November 4, 1914..

..3:71
November 9, 1914.

.3: 72
February 28, 1915........

...................3: 25
Reply to United States suggestions concerning the war..............3: 294
War zone decree and memorandum on retaliatory measures. February 4,
1915 .....

..........1: 83
War zone memorandum. January 31, 1917......... .........3: 334
GERMANY-GREAT BRITAIN. Modus vivendi between, proposed by United
States ........

.........1: 97-101, 106
Correspondence regarding mine laying.............................3: 441
GERMANY-UNITED STATES. Correspondence respecting:

American prisoners of war taken to Germany by the Yarroudale..3: 236-248
American trade. See FOODSTUFFS.
Appam, 8. 8. German prize in American port.................2: 387-403
Armed merchant vessels....... .........1: 234, 237-240; 2: 314, 335, 339
Belgian relief .............. ............ ..........1:314-336
Belligerent warships, violations of neutrality by.............1: 212, 215-219
Censorship of cable messages..........

..1: 290
Consular officers, neutral, in occupied territory...

....2: 445-452, 458
Declaration of London............

...1: 1-8
Declaration of war.....

......................3: 349
Deportation of civilians from Belgium.....

.....9: 249-269
Display by naval vessels of distinguishing marks on the high seas..3: 231-235
Escape of interned officers and men........

.........2: 433-444

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