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1901.
Mr. Conger to Mr. Hay.... Oct. 11 Foreign settlements. Reports that application

has been made for revival of former United
States concession at Tientsin, and difficulties
in the way of carrying out such a plan. In-

closes corespondence. Same to same..

Oct. 14 Bond for payment of indemnity demanded of

China by the powers. Same to same..

Nov. 4 Citizenship of Lam Chung Wa, a Chinese natu

ralized in Hawaii prior to August 12, 1898, and
subsequently residing in China. Incloses cor-

respondence.
Same to same (telegram).. Nov. 6 Death of Earl Li Hung-chang. Reports that it

is momentarily expected. Mr. Hay to Mr. Conger (tel. Nov. 6 Same subject. Instructs to express sympathy egram).

with China. Mr. Conger to Mr. Hay (tel- | Nov. 7 Same subject. Reports that death occurred Noegram).

vember 7. Mr. Hay to Mr. Conger.. Nov. 8 Same subject. Expresses sympathy of the

United States. Mr. Wu to Mr. Hay.

Nov. 8 Same subject. Announces death of Earl Li. Mr. Hay to Mr. Wu...

Nov. 11 Same subject. Expresses sympathy of the

United States.
Mr. Hay to Mr. Conger..... Nov. 27 Foreign settlements. Department is disposed

not to press at present the revival of the former
American concession at Tientsin, provided as-
surances are given that the United States will
receive equal favors and facilities with other
powers for military purposes when deemed

necessary
Mr. Wu to Mr. Hay....... Nov. 28 Exclusion laws. Case of Tong Tseng. Discusses

at length the ruling of the Solicitor of the Treas-
ury that the boy is not a student within the
intent of the treaty, and asks that it be set aside

as violative of treaty stipulations.
Mr. Hay to Mr. Wu...... Dec. 3 Same subject. Above note as been referred to

the Treasury. Same to same

Dec. Claims of Chinese subjects residing at Butte,

Mont., on account of boycott of their business.
While admitting the truth of the wrongs re-
cited in Chinese minister's note No. 207, holds
that the Government of the United States can
not be held responsible for the neglect of the
aggrieved parties to seek and obtain redress in

the courts.
Mr. Wu to Mr. Hay..... Dec. 9 Exclusion laws. Complains of alleged harsh and

unfair enforcement of, and incloses a memo

randum to be submitted to the President. Same to same

Dec. 10 Samesubject. Representations against reenact

ment as affecting the United States and Terri

tories, and extension to the Philippine Islands. Mr. Hay to Mr. Wu....... Dec. 12 Same subject. The minister's note No. 218 has

been laid before the President. Same to same

Dec. 14 Same subject. Case of Tong Tseng. The Treas

ury Department has directed that the boy be

permitted to land. Mr. Wu to Mr. Hay....... Dec. 16 Same subject. Expresses appreciation of the

course indicated in above note. Mr. Hay to Mr. Wu.... Dec. 18 Same subject. The minister's note of the 10th

instant has been referred to Congressional com

mittees.
Mr. Hay to Mr. Conger ..... Dec. 21 Citizenship of Lam Chung Wa, a Chinese natural-

ized in Hawaii prior to August 12, 1898, and
subsequently residing in China. Approves

course reported in dispatch No. 804.
Mr. Hay to Mr. Wu...... Dec. 30 Exclusion laws. Case of Tong Tseng. The min-

ister's note No. 220 has been communicated to
the Treasury Department.

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1901. President Marroquin to Sept. 23 Condolences on assassination of President McPresident Roosevelt (tele

Kinley. gram). President Roosevelt to Pres. Sept. 23 Same subject. Cordially acknowledges above ident Marroquin (tele

telegram. gram).

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1901. Mr. Swenson to Mr. Hay.... Mar. 13 Citizenship of Lars Chris. Jensen. Effect of his

naturalization in the United States on his for

mer allegiance to Denmark. Same to same

Mar. 26 Military service case of Sören L. Sörensen. Re

ports on. Circular

Apr. 10 Liability of naturalized citizens of the United

States under military and expatriation laws of
their native country. Notice to American citi-
zens formerly subjects of Denmark who con-

template returning to that country.
Mr. Hay to Mr. Swenson.... Apr. 12 | Military service case of Sören L. Sörensen. Ap-

proves course reported in dispatch No. 197. Mr. Swenson to Mr. Hay.... May 10 Permission for Mormon missionary to visit Den

mark. Reports that ministry granted. Mr. Hill to Mr. Swenson May 23 Same subject. Approves course reported in

above dispatch.
Mr. Brun to Mr. Hay (tel. Sept. 14 Condolences on assassination of President Mc-
egram).

Kinley.
Mr. Swenson to Mr. Hay Sept. 16 Same subject

(telegram).
Mr. Hay to Mr. Swenson Sept. 17 Same subject. Directs to make proper acknowl-
(telegram).

edgments.

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1901.
Señor Vasquez to Mr. Hay Sept. 14 Condolences on assassination of President Mc-
(telegram).

Kinley.
Mr. Hill to Señor Vasquez.. Sept. 25 Same subject. Acknowledges above telegram

with appreciation.

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1901. Mr. Cambon to Mr. Hay. Jan.

7 Claim of Marty & D'Abbadie, on account of de

tention of steamship Sulberg at Manila. Pre

sents claim with documents in support of same. Circular

Jan. 21 Liability of naturalized citizens of the United

States under military and expatriation laws of
their native country. Notice to American citi.
zens formerly citizens of France who contem-

plate returning to that country. Mr. Hay to Mr. Porter

Mar. 6 Courtesies to U. S. S. Annapolis by commandant

of French naval station at Algiers. Instructs

to express thanks for. Mr. de Margerie to Mr. Hay. Aug. 3 Courtesies to United States military attaché at

French grand autumn maneuvers. Transmits

invitation for an officer to attend.
Mr. Adee to Mr.de Margerie Aug. 13 Same subject. Accepts above invitation.....
Mr. Declassé to Mr. Hay Sept. 14 Condolences on assassination of President Mc-
(telegram).

Kinley:
Mr. Hay to Mr. Declassé .... Sept. 16 Same subject. Acknowledges above telegram

with thanks.
Mr. Hill to Mr. Vignaud ... Oct. 14 Courtesies to United States military attaché at

French grand autumn maneuvers. Instructs
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1901.
425 Mr. Hay to Mr. de Margerie. Nov. 2 Claim of Marty & D'Abbadie, on account of de-

tention of steamship Sulberg at Manila. Dis-
cusses the claim and, in view of the facts as
reported by the proper authorities in the Phil-

ippines, declines to entertain it.
899 Mr. Vignaud to Mr. Hay.... ....do... Courtesies to United States military attaché at

French grand autumn maneuvers. Has con-
veyed thanks of Government of the United

States to that of France. 902 Same to same..

Nov. 5 Right of expatriation denied Emile Robin, who,

although he had served his term of active serv-
ice in the army, became naturalized without
the authority of the French Government,
which, therefore, refuses to strike his name off
the rolls of the reserve.

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1901.
Mr. White to Mr. Hay.. Jan, 17 Expulsion of Max Friedrich Schaaf. Reports

having secured extension of time,
Circular

Jan. 23 Liability of naturalized citizens of the United

States under military and expatriation laws
of their native country. Notice to American
citizens formerly subjects of Germany who

contemplate returning to that country.
Mr. Hay to Mr. White...... Feb. 5 Expulsion of Max Friedrich Schaaf. Recites

that Schaaf was brought to the United States
when 10 years old. The contention that emi-
gration was for the purpose of evading military
service may be licit in certain specified cases,
but the United States would regret to see it
applied to all cases of naturalized citizens who

emigrated during minority.
Mr. von Holleben to Mr. Feb. 9 Consular convention (Article XII) of 1871
Hay.

between the United States and Germany.
Complains that United States marshal at Phila-
delphia violated, in libeling German steamer

Assyria without previous notice to consul
Mr. White to Mr. Hay Feb. 14 | Expulsion of Morman missionaries from Ger-

many. Reports that request of embassy that
they be allowed to remain on ceasing to prose-

lytize was denied.
Same to same..

Feb. 16 | Expulsion of Max Friedrich Schaaf. Reports

attitude of German Government in regard to
the expulsion of naturalized citizens who haye

not performed military service.
Mr. Hay to Mr. von Holle- Feb. 23 Consular convention (Article XII) of 1871
ben.

between the United States and Germany.
States that the minister's note of February 9
has been given to the Department of Justice,

which has issued suitable instructions.
Same to same..

Mar. 1 Same subject. States that the libeling of vessels

and service of writs do not, in the opinion of
the Attorney-General, come within the lan-
guage or intent of Article XII of the conven-

tion.
Mr. Hay to Mr. White (tele- Mar. 8 Attempt on German Emperor's life at Bremen.
gram).

Instructs to convey President's sympathy and

congratulations on His Majesty's escape,
Mr. White to Mr. Hay

Mar.
9 Same subject. Reports having complied with

above instructions.
Mr. Jackson to Mr. Hay... Mar. 16 | Same subject. Reports that German ambassador

at Washington has been instructed to convey

appreciation to the United States Government. Mr. von Holleben to Mr. Mar. 29 Same subject. Conveys thanks of Imperial GovHay.

ernment for sympathy of United States Govern

ment.
Mr. Jackson to Mr. Hay..... Mar. 30 Military-service cases of Ladislaus Golus, Xaver

Sylvester Balz, Michael, Nicholas, and Mathias
Gent, Henry Kauffmann, and Alfred Nachti-

gall. Report on.
Same to same

Apr. 13

Consular immunities. Liability of employees of

United States consulates to German compulsory
insurance tax. Submits question for instruc-

tions.
Memorandum from Ger. Apr. 16 Citizenship of a child born in the United States
man embassy.

and taken abroad during its minority. Cites precedents and asks concerning a decision of the Treasury Department excluding such children as alien immigrants.

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1901.
1189 Mr. Hay to Mr. Jackson..... Apr. 16 Restrictions on sojourn in their country of origin

of Germans naturalized in the United States.
Incloses dispatches from consulate-general at
Frankfort, and requests report as to whether
unrestricted residence is permitted former
German subjects naturalized in other coun-

tries than the United States. 1196 Mr. Hill to Mr. White.....

Apr. 30

Consular immunities. Liability of employees of

United States consulates to German compulsory
insurance tax. Consuls are exempt, but em-
ployees are not. Consuls should be advised to
pay, and arrange with employees for reimburse-

ment.
1624 Mr. White to Mr. Hay.... May 4 Restrictions on sojourn in their country of origin

of Germans naturalized in the United States.
Incloses Secretary Jackson's report stating that
order restricting right of sojourn is one of old
standing and attention has been merely again
called to it; that the United States is the only
country with which Germany has a naturaliza-
tion treaty, and the only one extending pro-
tection to naturalized citizens returning to

their native country.
1205 Mr. Hill to Mr. White .... May 21 Passport applications of persons born in the

United States. Production of certificate of

father's naturalization not to be required.
Memorandum to German May 27 Citizenship of a child born in the United States
embassy.

and taken abroad during its minority. States
that Treasury decision referred to in embassy's

memorandum of April 16 has been overruled. 1210 Mr. Hill to Mr. White...... June 14 Citizenship of a son born of American parents

temporarily sojourning in Germany. Desires

German Government to recognize as American. 1660 Mr. White to Mr. Hay...... July 1 Military-service cases of Sigmund Meyers

(Mayer), Diedrich Ebken, Gustav A. Seitz, Louis
Wiese, (John) Jacob Häberle, Robert H. Just,
Siegmund Stern, and Max Kuechlin. Report

on. 1665 Same to same

July 10 Fine on Paul N. Friedlaender for "unauthor

ized" emigration. Reports that Friedlaender
was regularly naturalized, and the embassy
holds that the fine should be remitted as of
right under the treaty and circulars of Prus-
sian ministry of justice. German Government
insists that a petition for pardon must first be

filed through the embassy. 1672 Same to same

July 18 Kaiser Wilhelm Canal. Passage of United States

naval vessels through.
1230 Mr. Bill to Mr. White....... July 26 Fine on Paul N. Friedlaender for “unauthor.

ized” emigration. States that in the light
of the treaty and of usual law, a foreign
government can treat its own subjects accord-
ing to its own laws, and the judgment referred
to in dispatch No. 1665 is not unlawful though
it may be erroneous in point of fact. It is for
the aggrieved party to produce proof of error
and ask that the judgment be set aside, and
while the embassy should not be burdened
with such cases, it is entirely proper that it

should give its good offices.
Mr. White to Mr. Hay (tele-

Aug. 5

Death of the Dowager Empress Queen Frederick.
gram).

Announces.
Same to same (telegram)... Aug. 6 Same subject. Reports that funeral is to be pri-

vate.
The President to the Ger- ....do ... Same subject. Tenders condolences...

man Emperor (telegram).
1690 Mr. White to Mr. Hay.. Aug. 8 Same subject. Confirms his telegrams noted

above. Count von Quadt to Mr.Hay.....do Same subject. Announces .. 635 Mr. Adee to Count von

Aug. 13

Same subject. States that condolences have
Quadt.

been sent through United States embassy at

Berlin. 1703 | Mr. White to Mr. Hay. Aug. 14

Same subject. Account of funeral, which was

attended by the diplomatic corps. 1721 Same to same.....

Sept. 5 | Expiatory mission of Prince Tschun. Reports,

and transmits newspaper account of.
The German Emperor to the Sept. 14 Condolences on assassination of President
Secretary of State (tele-

McKinley.
gram).
Mr. Hay to Mr. White (tele- Sept. 16 Same subject. Instructs to acknowledge above..

grams).

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1901.
Mr. Jackson to Mr. Hay.. Sept. 25 Opening of the port of Emden. Reports .
Same to same

Sept. 30 Military-service cases of Nick Britten, Lawrence

M. Metzger, Herrmann E. Meisner, Friedrich

Koch, and August Meyer. Report on.
Count von Quadt to Mr. ....do. Visit of German schoolships Molike and Stein to
Adee.

United States, Cuban, and Porto Rican ports.

Announces intended.
Mr. Adee to Count von Oct. 8 Same subject. Usual courtesies will be extended
Quadt.

to the vessels.
Mr. Jackson to Mr. Hay.... Oct. 19 Kaiser Wilhelm Canal. Reports that the canal

has been used to advantage by United States
war vessels. Suggests that vessels of the high-

est type be sent.
Same to same

Oct. 24 Citizenship of a son born of American parents

temporarily sojourning in Germany. There is
nothing to prevent the young man making a

prolonged stay in Germany.
Same to same

Oct. 25 Efforts to divert German emigration from North

America to German colonies and South Amer

ica. Reports
Count von Quadt to Mr.Hay. Nov. 8 ConsularConvention (Article XII) of 1871. States,

in reply to Department's note No. 565, that the
opinion of the Attorney-General that an at-
tachment of a merchant vessel does not come
within the requirement of previous notice to
the German consul can not be accepted by the
German Government. Cites precedents and
notes from the Department acceding to that
position, and explains that notification in
urgent cases may be made immediately after

entering upon execution of judgment.
Mr. White to Mr. Hay..... Nov. 20 German Emperor's response to the President's

message of good will. Reports.
Mr. Hay to Mr. Jackson .... Dec. 7 Courtesies to United States naval attaché in Ger-

many. Instructs to express thanks.
Promemoria from German Dec. 11 Difficulty of Germany with Venezuela. Recites
embassy.

long-standing grievances of German claimants
and, while dislaiming acquisition of territory,
announces possibility of resort to coercive

measures.
Memorandum from Ger- Dec. 12 Anarchists. Suggests concurrent legislation and
man and Russian em-

Executive action to check the progress of prop-
bassies.

aganda and crimes.
Mr. Hay to Mr. von Holle- Dec. 16 Difficulty of Germany with Venezuela. Incloses
ben.

memorandum reciting the position of the
United States on the Monroe doctrine as ex.
pressed by the President in his annal message,
and upon the assurances of the German Gov-
ernment that no acquisition of territory, is
contemplated the President does not consider
himself called upon to enter into a considera-

tion of the.
Same to same....

do ... Anarchists. Incloses memorandum in reply to

that of December 12, of the German and Rus-
sian ambassadors in regard to restrictive meas-
ures, and gives a synopsis of the position of the

President and of the Congress on the question.
Promemoria from German Dec. 20 Difficulty of Germany with Venezuela. States
embassy.

that, in case coercive measures become neces-
sary, a peace blockade of Venezuelan harbors
would have to be instituted without a declara.

tion of war preceding it.
Mr. White to Mr. Hay Dec. 31 Military-service case of Karl Kammerer. Report

1902. on.
Mr. Hay to Mr. von Holle- Jan. 6 Consular Convention (Article XII) of 1871.
ben.

States that Attorney-General adheres to his
predecessor's opinion that attachments of ves.
sels do not require previous notice to consuls.
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