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mediation, jointly with the United States and Argentina, between-
Chile and Peru: Tacna-Arica dispute.
Ecuador and Peru: boundary dispute..
message of the President, Marshal Hermes R. da Fonseca, to the Con-
pecuniary claims convention signed at Rio de Janeiro, August 13.
proposal by Brazil of a special agreement with the United States
valorization of coffee.
visit of the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Dr. Lauro S. Müller, to the
extraterritorial rights and most-favored-nation treatment of the
judicial process issued in Bulgaria for service in the United States__
influence and importance of the United States compared with Euro-
refusal of Chile to assent to protection of Peruvian interests by the
Tacna-Arica dispute between Peru and Chile. See Peru.
withdrawal of the United States group of bankers from the sex-
Opium Conference, Second International; report of the American
protection by the United States of Chinese subjects and interests in-
Chinese. See Panama: status and protection in foreign countries of
declaration of policy with regard to Latin America.
expatriation of naturalized citizens_.
importation of aigrettes, egret plures, etc., prohibition of
nursery stock, certificates of inspection of
Panama-Pacific International Exposition at San Francisco in 1915,
invitation to the___
peace plan of the President.
plant quarantine act___
rifle-shooting tournament, international_
Root, speech of Senator Elihu, repudiating sentiments attributed to
1293, 1296, 1297
act of March 2, 1907; section 5 cited.
expatriation of naturalized citizens.
Cuba: "insurrectionary claims" of France, Germany, and Great Brit-
Ecuador: Guayaquil & Quito Railway Co. v. Ecuador.
Liberia formation of a claims commission; claims of German mer-
Nicaragua: Mixed commission for the settlement of all claims; refer-
1040, 1048, 1059
sovereignty claim over Great Corn and Little Corn Islands; denied by
Comity, extradition and deportation from Costa Rica to the United
Congresses, international. See International Congresses held in the
Constitution of the United States, fourteenth amendment: interpretation
Constitutionalist Government of Mexico. See Mexico-" Carranza" and
Consular certification of values of exports___
Consular Regulations, paragraphs 200, 341, 347, and 629: citations____ 1314
Costa Rica :
extradition and deportation from Costa Rica to the United States as
protest against a proposed interoceanic canal treaty between Nicara-
bridge across the entrance to the port of Habana, concession for
Calbarien-Nuevitas railway project--
claims, insurrectionary, arising prior to 1898; proposal of France,
immunity of Congressmen from prosecution for crime..
inauguration of President Menocal; participation of a special mission
Maine Monument; participation of a Cuban delegation in the dedi-
naval station at Guantánamo__
scurrilous and libelous newspaper attacks on the American Minister
Vice President Pino Suárez of Mexico____
Declaration of the policy of the United States with regard to Latin
Declaration permitting consuls to take note of declarations of values of
from Costa Rica to the United States as an act of comity.
Discriminatory legislation against particular classes of aliens.
American Minister as arbitrator of a French claim_--
financial affairs; conclusion of a loan contract between the Dominican
message of President Nouel to the Congress_
recognition of President Plaza by the United States___.
boundary dispute with Peru_
claims of the Guayaquil & Quito Railway Co. against Ecuador; ar-
sanitation of Guayaquil; discrimination against American bidders;
slavery of Indians in the Province of Oriente----
Expatriation of naturalized American citizens, presumption of‒‒‒‒‒‒‒‒‒
Exports, consular certification of values of-
special agreement regulating prosecution of counterfeiters when
Costa Rica: extradition and deportation from Costa Rica to the
Bulgaria: rights and most-favored-nation treatment of the United
Italy: rights of the United States in Libya, relinquishment of---
arrest, place of: captain of wrecked American ship arrested
consular jurisdiction of the United States: (1) by virtue of
protection by the United States of the Greek captain of an
vessels: regularly documented American vessels distinguished
See also Most-favored-nation treatment.
Fishery rights: territorial waters, extent of, in relation to fishery rights. 1029
protection of a flag held not to apply to wrecked crew of a sunken ves-
allegiance to the American flag of seamen serving under it, of
nationality of a foreign-built ship legally flying the American
arbitration agreement between the United States and France extend-
protection by the United States of French citizens in Mexico_-_-
claims against Cuba..
protection by the United States of German subjects in Mexico.
cooperation with the United States on Sierra Leone frontier of Li-
extradition arrangement effected by exchange of notes between the
joint investigation by the United States and Great Britain of slavery
Radiotelegraph convention signed at London July 5, 1912; text_ 1375-1413
assassination of King George I; accession to the throne of King
Guam: extradition to or from British North Borneo; arrangement be-
Guantánamo, naval station at--
financial affairs; restitution of the coffee revenues to British bond-
Hague, The Palace of Peace, dedication of
Hague conventions: pacific settlement of international disputes, signed
abrogation of the right of Syrians to trade in Haiti; rights of
arbitration of the boundary dispute with the Dominican Republic.
message of President Bonilla to the Congress_-_-
death of President Bonilla and assumption of the presidency by Vice
recovery by Honduras of the National Railroad of Honduras and
Immigration of Japanese laborers a question irrelevant to that of the