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Vol. Page Customs matters, most-favored-nation, treatment of. Washington. Feb. 10, 1925_

4:4558 Extradition. Warsaw. Nov. 22, 1927

4:4561 Arbitration. Washington. Aug. 16, 1928_

4:4566 Conciliation. Washington. Aug. 16, 1928.

4: 4568 Smuggling intoxicating liquors, prevention of. Washington. June 19, 1930

4:4570 Friendship, commerce, and consular rights. Washington. June 15, 1931

4: 4572 Danzig, Free City of; exchange of notes relating to. Washington. Mar. 9, 1931

4: 4593 Danzig, Free City of; exchanges of notes. Washington. Aug. 22, 1935.

Making Danzig contracting party to treaty of Nov. 22, 1927, with
Poland..

4:4594 Extradition, supplementary. Warsaw. Apr. 5, 1935. Amending treaty of Nov. 22, 1927, by adding crimes against bankruptcy laws-

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PORTUGAL

Most-favored-nation treatment; terms "Porto” and “Madeira"; subsidized steamship lines. Washington. June 28, 1910_

3: 2805 Arbitration; extension of 1908 convention. Washington. June 28, 1913.

3: 2808 Advancement of peace; Lisbon. Feb. 4, 1914

3: 2809 Commission appointments. Extension of time. Nov. 16, 1915_ 3:2811 Arbitration; extension of 1908 convention. Lisbon. Sept. 14, 1920- 3: 2812 Arbitration, extension of 1908 convention. Washington. Sept. 5, 1923. 4: 4598 Arbitration; new treaty. Washington. Mar. 1, 1929. Enlarging scope and obligations of convention of Apr. 6, 1908_

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RUMANIA

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Extradition. Bucharest. July 23, 1924.--
Customs matters, most-favored-nation agreement in Bucharest. Feb.

26, 1926_-
Arbitration. Washington. Mar. 21, 1929
Conciliation. Washington. Mar. 21, 1929.
Extradition. Bucharest. Nov. 10, 1936. Amending treaty of July 23,

1924, by adding crimes against bankruptcy laws---

4: 4608 4:4611 4:4612

4:4614

RUSSIA

Commerce and navigation : denunciation of Dec. 18, 1832, treaty. Wash

ington. Dec. 17, 1911.Advancement of peace. Washington. Oct. 1, 1914.-Exportation of embargoed goods. Washington. Sept. 23, 1915._

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SALVADOR

Extradition convention. San Salvador. Apr. 18, 1911..

3: 2820 Arbitration; extension of 1908 convention. Washington. May 13, 1914. 3:2825 Traveling salesmen. Washington. Jan. 28, 1919

3:2826 Friendship, commerce, and consular rights. San Salvador. Feb. 22, 1926

4: 4615

SAN MARINO

Extradition. Washington. Oct. 10, 1934. Amending treaty of Jan. 10,

1906, by adding crimes against bankruptcy laws---

4: 4628

SERBS, CROATS, AND SLOVENES

Arbitration. Washington. Jan. 21, 1929_
Conciliation. Washington. Jan. 21, 1929.

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SIAM

Revision of former treaties. Washington. Dec. 16, 1920

Protocol. Jurisdiction in Siam. Washington. Dec. 16, 1920_

Exchange of notes. Washington. Dec. 16, 1920---
Extradition. Bangkok. Dec. 30, 1922_

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SPAIN

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Arbitration ; extension of 1908 convention. Washington. May 29, 1913_ 3: 2839
Mining interests or mining rights of Spaniards in Mexico. Washington.
July 26, 1914..

3: 2840 Advancement of peace. Washington. Sept. 15, 1914..

3:2811 Commission appointments. Extension of time. Nov. 16-Dec. 20, 1915 ---

3: 2843 Arbitration; extension of 1908 convention. Mar. 8, 1919.

3:2844 Commercial agreement; exchange of notes (Madrid, 1923–1924) continuing agreement of Aug. 1, 1906.--

4:4638 Commercial agreement; exchange of notes (May 2, 1925) continuing agreement of Aug. 1, 1906, beyond Apr. 26, 1924.

4:4640 Smuggling intoxicating liquors, prevention of. Washington. Feb. 10, 1926

4: 4611 American products in Spain; exchange of notes (May 26-Oct. 26, 1927) providing most-favored-nation treatment to..

4: 4644

SWEDEN

Consular. Washington. June 1, 1910_.

3:2846 Reciprocal protection of industrial property in China. Tokyo. Feb. 26. 1913. Peking. Mar. 7, 1913---

3:2852 Arbitration ; extension of 1908 convention. Washington. June 28, 1913_ 3:2853 Advancement of peace. Washington. Oct. 13, 1914..

3:2854 Commission appointments; extension of time. Nov. 16, 1915--- 3:2857 Smuggling intoxicating liquors, prevention of. Washington. May 22, 1924.

4: 4647 Arbitration. Washington. June 24, 1924.

4: 4649 Arbitration. Washington, Oct. 27, 1928. New treaty-

4: 4652 Claims, respecting Kronprins Gustaf Adolf and Pacific. Washington. Dec. 17, 1930__

4:4653 Jlilitary service; exemption in cases of dual nationality. Stockholm. Jan. 31, 1933.

4:4656 Extradition. Washington. May 17, 1934. Amending treaty of Jan. 14, 1893, by adding crimes against bankruptcy laws--

4: 4657 SWITZERLAND Arbitration ; extension of 1908 convention. Washington. Nov. 3, 1913_ 3: 2858 Arbitration and conciliation. Washington. Feb. 16, 1931.

4:4659 Extradition. Washington. Jan. 10, 1935; supplementing treaty of May

14, 1900, by adding crimes against the bankruptcy and narcotic laws. 4: 4662

TURKEY

Extradition. Lausanne. Aug. 6, 1923.
Commerce and navigation. Ankara. Oct. 1, 1929.
Establishment and sojourn. Oct. 28, 1931..

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URUGUAY

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Arbitration. Washington. Jan. 9, 1909..
Adrarcement of peace. Washington. July 20, 1914.
Traveling salesmen. Washington. Aug. 27, 1918-

VENEZUELA
Adrancement of peace. Caracas. Mar. 21, 1914-

Protocol. Caracas. Feb. 27, 1915-
Traveling salesmen. Caracas. July 3, 1919.
Extradition. Caracas. Jan. 19 and 21, 1922 Treaty and additional

article

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MULTILATERAL TREATIES WITH AMERICAN REPUBLICS

Vol. Page Pecuniary claims. Rio de Janeiro. Aug. 13, 1906.

3:2879 Naturalized citizens; status of. Rio de Janeiro. Aug. 13, 1906_ 3:2882 International Law Commission. Rio de Janeiro. Aug. 23, 1906_- 3: 2885 Pecuniary claims, arbitration of. Buenos Aires. Aug. 11, 1910-- 3: 2922 Literary and artistic copyright. Buenos Aires. Aug. 11, 1910_

3:2925 Inventions, patents, designs, and industrial models; protection of; Buenos Aires. Aug. 20, 1910.

3: 2930 Protection of trade-marks. Buenos Aires. Aug. 20, 1910_

3: 2935 International commissions of inquiry, establishment of. Washington. Feb. 7, 1923--

4: 4677 Trade marks and commercial names, protection of. Santiago. Apr. 28, 1923.

4:4681 Conflicts between American States, to avoid or prevent. Santiago. May 3, 1923.

4:4691 Customs documents, publicity of. Santiago. May 3, 1923_

4: 1696 Uniformity of nomenclature for classification of merchandise. Santiago. May 3, 1923_

4:4698 Sanitary convention. Havana. Nov. 14, 1924

4: 4700 Sanitary protocol. Lima. Oct. 19, 1927. Amending convention of Nov. 14, 1924..

4: 4720 Aliens, status of. Havana. Feb. 20, 1928_

4:4722 Duties and rights of States during civil strife. Havana. Feb. 20, 1928.

4: 4725 Aviation, commercial. Havana. Feb. 20, 1928_

4: 4729 Consular Agents. Havana. Feb. 20, 1928_

4:4738 Maritime neutrality. Havana. Feb. 20, 1928_

4:4743 Pan American Union, organization of. Havana. Feb. 20, 1928.

4:4750 Arbitration, Inter-American. Washington. Jan. 5, 1929_.

4:4756 Conciliation, Inter-American, Washington. Jan. 5, 1929

4:4763 Trade mark and commercial protection and registration. Washington. Feb. 20, 1929_

4:4768 Radio stations, assignment of frequencies. Ottawa. Feb. 26-28, 1929.- 4: 4787 Anti-war treaty of nonaggression and conciliation. Rio de Janiero. Oct. 10, 1933_

4: 4793 Conciliation, Inter-American. Montevideo. Dec. 26, 1933. Additional protocol to convention of Jan. 5, 1929_

4:4798 Extradition. Montevideo. Dec. 26, 1933..

4:4800 Rights and duties of States. Montevideo. Dec. 26, 1933.

4:4807 Nationality of women. Montevideo. Dec. 26, 1933_

4: 4813 Artistic and scientific institutions and historic monuments, protection of. Washington. Apr. 15, 1935.

4: 4815 Maintenance, preservation, and reestablishment of peace. Buenos Aires. Dec. 23, 1936_-

4:4817 Non-intervention, additional protocol to convention of Dec. 26, 1933. Buenos Aires. Dec. 23, 1936_

4: 4821 Prevention of controversies. Buenos Aires. Dec. 23, 1936.

4:4821 Good offices and mediation. Buenos Aires. Dec. 23, 1936.

4:4827 Fulfillment of existing treaties. Buenos Aires. Dec. 23, 1936_

4: 4831 Pan American Highway. Buenos Aires. Dec. 23, 1936

4:4837 Inter-American cultural relations. Buenos Aires. Dec. 23, 1936..

4: 1841 Artistic exhibitions. Buenos Aires. Dec. 23, 1936.

4:4815 GENERAL MULTILATERAL TREATIES

Sanitary; denunciation of Dec. 3, 1903 treaty. Washington. Senate res. of May 26, 1921_

3:2877 Wireless telegraph. Berlin. Nov. 3, 1906_

3: 2889 Supplementary agreement. Nov. 3, 1906_

3:28.96 Final protocol. Nov. 3, 1906_.

3:2898 Service regulations annexed. Nov. 3, 1906_

3: 2902 Obscene publications. Paris. May 4, 1910

3:2918 Assistance and salvage at sea. Brussels. Sept. 23, 1910.

3:2943 Protocol, extension to colonies. Sept. 23, 1910--

3:2952 Protection of industrial property. Washington. June 2, 1911.

3: 2953 Final protocol. June 2, 1911.

3:2963 Preservation and protection of fur seals. Washington. July 7, 1911.--- 3:2966 Vol. Page
Sanitary. Paris. Jan. 17, 1912..

3: 2972
Narcotics; Suppression of abuse; opium and other drugs. The Hague.
Jan. 23, 1912 with Protocol and Final Protocols..

3: 3025
Whangpu conservancy. Peking. Apr. 9, 1912_

3: 3043
Supplemental article. Jan. 19, 1916_

3: 3046
Radiotelegraph. London. July 5, 1912_,

3: 3048
Final protocol. July 5, 1912

3: 3057
Service regulations affixed. London, July, 1912_

3:3061
Abolition of foreign settlements in Chosen. Seoul. Apr. 21, 1913--- 3:3086
Restraint of arms and ammunition trade in China. Peking. May 5,
1919...

3: 3821
Financial consortium in China. Peking. Jan. 18, 1921

3:3822
Agreement between national banking groups. New York. Oct. 15,
1920

3: 3822
Protection of lives of neutrals and noncombatants at sea in time of war;

prevention of use of noxious gases and chemicals. Washington. Feb.
6. 1922

3:3116
Commission to consider amendments of the laws of war. Washington.
Feb. 4. 1922

3:3139
Limiting commission's jurisdiction. Washington. Feb. 4, 1922.-- 3:3140
General act of Berlin (of Feb. 26, 1885) and general act and declara-

tion of Brussels (of July 2, 1890), known also as “The Congo Treaty";
convention revising. Saint-Germain-en-Laye. Sept. 10, 1919- 4: 4849
Liquor traffic in Africa. Saint-Germain-en-Laye. Sept. 10, 1919--- 4: 4856
Spitsbergen ; sovereignty of Norway. Paris. Feb. 9, 1920.-

4: 4861
Weights and measures. Sevres. Oct. 6, 1921. Convention revising con-
rention of May 20, 1875_

4: 4868
"Four Power Pact" with Great Britain, France, and Japan, relating to

their insular possessions and dominions in the Pacific Ocean. Wash-
ington. Dec. 13, 1921_-

4: 4883
“Four Power Pact" supplementing "Four Power Pact” of Dec. 13, 1921,
with same countries. Washington. Feb. 6, 1922.-

4:4886
"Sine Power Pact”; regarding principles and policies to be followed in
China. Washington. Feb. 6, 1922_

4:4872
“Nine Power Pact"; regarding revision of Chinese customs tariff. Wash-
ington. Feb. 6, 1922_

4: 4877
Limitation of naral armament known as the "Washington Naval Treaty."
Washington. Feb. 6, 1922

4: 4889
International trade in arms, ammunition, and implements of war, su-
pervision of. Geneva, June 17, 1925_-

4: 4903
Bills of lading for carriage of goods by sea, unifications of certain rules

relating to; concluded at Brussels, Aug. 25, 1924; signed by United
States on June 23, 1925_

4: 4935
Industrial property, protection of. The Hague. Nov. 6, 1925. Revising
convention of Mar. 20, 1883, and subsequent conventions_-

4: 4915
Institute of agriculture. Rome. Apr. 21, 1926. Revising convention
signed at Rome, June 7, 1905_

4: 4959
Sanitary Convention. . Paris. June 21, 1926. Revising convention of
Jan. 17. 1912

4: 4962
Siare trade and slavery, to suppress. Geneva. Sept. 25, 1926---

4:5022
Radiotelegraph Convention and Regulations. Washington. Nov. 25,
1937.---

4:5031
Import and export prohibitions and restrictions, abolition of. Geneva.

Nov. 8, 1927. Signed by United States, Jan. 30, 1928; supplementary
agreement signed at Geneva, July 11, 1928, and by United States,
July 31, 1928

4: 5104
Renunciation of war, “Kellogg-Briand Peace Pact.” Paris. Aug. 27,

4: 5130
Safety of life at sea, with regulations. London. May 31, 1929.

4:5134
Wounded and sick, "Red Cross Convention"; amelioration of condition of

the wounded and sick of armies in the field. Geneva. July 27, 1929__ 4:5209
Prisoners of war. Genera. July 27, 1929_-

4: 5224
International air transportation. Warsaw. Oct. 12, 1929.

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Double nationality, Protocol concerning; military obligation in certairi
cases. The Hague. Apr. 12, 1930-

4: 5261
Limitation of naval armament, "London Naval Treaty of 1930.” London.
Apr. 22, 1930__

4: 5268
Load lines convention and final protocol. London. July 5, 1930... 4: 5287
Recommendation of Apr. 15, 1937, by the President, amending Load

Lines Convention, Final Protocol and Final Act of July 5, 1930.---- 4: 5348
Safety of life at sea ; amendment to regulation XIX of annex. 1, of con-

vention of May 31, 1929. Proposed by Great Britain on Dec. 31, 1930- 4: 5350
Narcotic drugs. Geneva. July 13, 1931.-

4:5351
Whaling, regulation of. Geneva. Sept. 24, 1931. Signed by United
States Mar. 31, 1932_--.

4:5372
Telecommunication convention, general radio regulations and final radio
protocol. Madrid. Dec. 9, 1932..

4:5379
Sanitary aerial navigation, concluded at The Hague. Apr. 12, 1933.
vigned by United States, Apr. 6, 1934_-

4:5489
Silver, memorandum of agreement regarding price of. July 22, 24, 26,

1933. (For subsequent instruments on this subject see 4: 5658–5661). 4: 5507
Industrial property, London, June 2, 1934. Revising convention of Mar.
20, 1883, and subsequent conventions.--

4: 5516
International Labor Organization, providing membership in. Effective

Aug. 20, 1934 (taken from Pt. XIII of treaty of Versailles of June
28, 1919) --

4: 5531
Most-favored-nation clause, nonapplication of, in certain multilateral

economic conventions. Signed by the United States Sept. 20, 1934.- 4:5546
Limitation of naval armament, “Second London Naval Treaty.” Lon-
don. Mar. 25, 1936_

4: 5518
Whaling; international agreement for the regulation of. London. June
8, 1937---

4: 5573
Sugar; agreement regarding the regulation, production, and marketing
of. London. May 6. 1937--

4: 5599
Copyright convention, "Protection of Literary and Artistic Works." In-

ternational Convention of Copyright Union as revised. Rome. June
2, 1928. (Reported by the Committee to the Senate Nov. 26, 1937, and
awaiting action of Senate at time of going to press).

4: 5622
“World Court,” Permanent Court of International Justice. Protocol

of Dec. 16, 1920, two protocols of Sept. 14, 1929, yea and nay votes on
first and second considerations and other data--

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MISCELLANEOUS INSTRUMENTS

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WASHINGTON CONFERENCE, 1921-22

RESOLUTIONS

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Extraterritoriality in China. Washington. Dec. 10, 1921.
Foreign postal agencies in China. Washington. Feb. 1, 1922_
Armed forces in China. Washington. Feb. 1, 1922----
Unification of railways in China; Chinese declaration. Washington.

Feb. 1, 1922_-
Reduction of Chinese military forces. Washington. Feb. 1, 1922_-
Existing commitments of or with respect to China. Washington. Feb.

1, 1922
Radio stations in China; accompanying declarations. Washington.

Feb. 1, 1922
Board of reference for far eastern questions. Washington. Feb. 4,

1922_
Chinese Eastern Railway, by powers, including China. Washington.

Feb. 4, 1922..
Chinese Eastern Railway, by powers other than China. Washington.

Feb. 4, 1922.

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3:3138

3: 3139

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APPENDIX I, VOL. III

Instruments by virtue of which rights, privileges, indemnities, repa-

rations, or advantages are or may be claimed by the United States -- 3:3141

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