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declaration of policy with regard to Latin America.
war with Bulgaria.
war with Turkey. See Turkey.
Morocco: responsibility of the Moroccan Government for the safety of
treaty guaranty in relation to adverse local laws. 631, 638, 641, 643, 625-653
Müller, Dr. Lauro S., Minister for Foreign Affairs of Brazil; visit to the
consular jurisdiction over Greek captain of American ship------ 1310-1339
abrogation of the right of Syrians to trade in Haiti; rights of
convention, international, establishing the status of naturalized citi-
United States and Austria-Hungary: violation of convention of
United States and Japan: relation of the treaty of commerce
United States and Portugal: interpretation of the convention of
1296, 1297, 1290-1303
See also Citizenship; Nationality.
Naval station at:
Corn Island: proposal of Nicaragua to the United States.
Gulf of Fonseca: proposal of Nicaragua to the United States-
Navigation port regulations: arrest in Turkey of captain of an Ameri-
dedication of the Palace of Peace at The Hague____
opium convention, deposit-at The Hague of the instrument of ratifica-
exportation of arms and munitions of war. See Arms.
smuggling of arms into Mexico_
See also Asylum; Mexico: policy of the United States; Mexico:
canal: proposed interoceanic canal treaty between the United States
claims: mixed commission for the settlement of; reference- 1040, 1048-1059
denial of Colombia's claim to sovereignty over Great Corn and Little
conclusion of a loan contract with American bankers: good offices
text of loan contract.
finance commissioner appointed...
message of President Diaz to the Congress__
North Borneo. See Great Britain.
Norway attitude toward the Huerta régime in Mexico 753, 805, 843, 858, 864
Opium Conference, Second International; report of the American dele-
Palace of Peace at The Hague_---
American citizens, assault on----
American citizens of Chinese race, status and protection of----- 1104-1105
declaration effected by exchange of notes between the United States
financial measures; attitude of the United States-_
health of the Isthmus in relation to sanitation of Guayaquil.
proposed Duncan concession objected to by the United States for
proposed Panama-David concessien objected to by the United
relations with Colombia and the United States___.
railroad concession in Panama objected to by the United States for
exemption of vessels in the coastwise trade of the United States
proclamation of November 13, 1912; reference__.
See also Panama: railroad concession and railroad legislation; Trea-
Panama Canal Zone: relation to sanitation of Guayaquil.......
Panama Pacific International Exposition at San Francisco in 1915.
arrest, imprisonment, and deportation of ex-President Leguía; offer
Putumayo Indian slavery-
joint investigation by the United States and Great Britain__ 1240-1289
history of the dispute, 1866-1909.
bases of settlement proposed by Chile, November 1, 1909_
proposal by Brazil of mediation of United States, Brazil, and Ar-
severance of diplomatic relations between Peru and Chile.
acceptance by the United States of Brazil's proposal of media-
1182, 1185, 1197
Peru's acceptance of Chile's suggestion of Great Britain as ad-
Chile provides for representation of Tacna-Arica in Chilean Con-
Peru requests mediation of the United States, Brazil, and Argen-
resumption of negotiations between Chile and Peru, and renewal
Philippine Islands: extradition to or from British North Borneo; ar-
Tacna-Arica dispute between Chile and Peru; various proposals of
Mexico. See Mexico: policy of the United States.
See also Monroe Doctrine.
Political affairs. See entries under the several countries.
Presentation of a statue of Washington to Argentina by American citi-
President of the United States:
annual address to the Congress--
special messages. See messages of the President of the United States.
Brazil: message of President Marshal Hermes R. da Fonseca to
China inaugural address of President Yuan Shih K'ai
Colombia: message of President Carlos E. Restrepo to the Congress;
Nouel, Archbishop Adolfo A.: message to Congress..
Bordas Valdés, José: election__
recognition by the United States__.
Ecuador: message of President Plaza to the Congress-
Bertrand, Francisco: assumption of the presidency ---
Panama: special message of President Porras to the Assembly in
Leguía, Ex-President Augusto B.: asylum offered at Ameri-
Billinghurst, Guillermo E.: message to the Congress..
Araújo, Manuel E.: assassination of.
Meléndez, Carlos: succession to the presidency-
Presumption of expatriation_
protection of industrial property: international convention______ 1363-1374
ship: classification for the purposes of international jurisdiction
See also International law; Japan.
Proposal of France, Germany, and Great Britain to arbitrate insurrec-
Proposal of an interoceanic canal treaty between the United States and
Proposal of railroad concessions in Panama..
Prosecution for crime, immunity of Cuban Congressmen from..
Protection by the United States of life and property of foreigners in-
Mexico. See Mexico: policy of the United States.
Protection of industrial property: international convention of 1911___ 1363–1374
refusal to surrender the captain of the Texas to American consular
requisition of American property for military purposes--
proposed Duncan concession.
proposed Panama-David concession
Recognition by the United States of new governments in-
Mexico: refusal to recognize Huerta administration. See Mexico:
Recognition of sovereignty of Italy over Libya; attitude of the United
coffee revenues of Guatemala restored to Great Britain_.
Red Cross: Chinese in Mexico, protection of....
Reestablishment of relations between France and Venezuela__
Refugee, political: grant of asylum at American legation__
See also Asylum; Temporary refuge.
Relinquishment by the United States of extraterritorial rights in Libya 608
of citizens of the United States. See American citizens; Interna-
Roumania: war with Bulgaria. See Bulgaria.
637, 640, 645
assassination of President Araújo and succession of Carlos Meléndez
protest against a proposed interoceanic canal treaty between Nica-