Annual Report of the Council of the Corporation of Foreign Bondholders, Volume 30
Corporation of Foreign Bondholders (Great Britain), Corporation of Foreign Bondholders (Great Britain). Council
Council House, 1903 - Debts, External
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According Agreement Amortisation amount annum applied Arrangement arrears assigned authorised balance Bank Bondholders Bonds Budget canal Capital carried cash cent Certificates claims Colombia Commission Committee Company compared contract Conversion Council Coupons Credit Currency Customs December Decree drawings Duties effected Estimates exchange existing Expenditure expenses Exports External Debt Extraordinary Finance Five per Cent Foreign Four per Cent given Gold Government guarantee hand holders Imports increase interest Internal issued January July June Loan London March ment Messrs Minister necessary nett nominal Notes Obligations October Ordinary Original outstanding paid Panama payment Pesetas Port present proposed Public purchase Railway Railway Company Receipts received redeemed reduced regard remaining Report representing Republic Reserve respect result returns Revenue Series settlement showed Sinking Fund Special Stamps surplus Table taken Three Tobacco Total Treasury United various
Page 74 - Wyse now owned by the New Panama Canal Company and any and all other rights or claims of a pecuniary nature arising under or relating to said concession, or arising under or relating to the concessions to the Panama Railroad Company or any extension or modification thereof; and it likewise renounces, confirms and grants to the United States, now and hereafter...
Page 74 - The aforesaid rights and property shall be and are free and released from any present or reversionary interest in or claims of Panama and the title of the United States thereto upon consummation of the contemplated purchase by the United States from the New Panama Canal Company...
Page 74 - ... all right, title and interest which it now has or may hereafter have, in and to the lands, canal, works, property and rights held by the said companies under said concessions or otherwise, and acquired or to be acquired by the United States from or through the New Panama Canal Company...
Page 68 - Colon shall be free for all time so that there shall not be imposed or collected custom house tolls, tonnage, anchorage, lighthouse, wharf, pilot, or quarantine dues or any other charges or taxes of any kind upon any vessel using or passing through the Canal or belonging to or employed by the United States, directly or indirectly, in connection with the construction, maintenance, operation, sanitation and protection of the...
Page 74 - Company, including any property and rights which might or may in the future either by lapse of time, forfeiture or otherwise, revert to the Republic of Panama under any contracts or concessions, with said Wyse, the Universal Panama Canal Company, the Panama Railroad Company and the New Panama Canal Company.
Page 76 - If the Republic of Panama shall hereafter enter as a constituent into any other Government or into any union or confederation of states, so as to merge her sovereignty or independence in such Government, union or confederation, the rights of the United States under this convention shall not be in any respect lessened or impaired.
Page 76 - No change either in the Government or in the laws and treaties of the Republic of Panama shall, without the consent of the United States, affect any right of the United States under the present convention, or under any treaty stipulation between the two countries that now exists or may hereafter exist touching the subject matter of this convention.
Page 73 - ... of the present convention, the Republic of Panama agrees to cancel or modify such treaty in due form, for which purpose it shall give to the said third power the requisite notification within the term of four months from the date of the present convention, and in case the existing treaty contains no clause permitting its...
Page 70 - Canal and auxiliary works, and all provisions, medicines, clothing, supplies and other things necessary and convenient for the officers, employees, workmen and laborers in the service and employ of the United States and for their families.