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Colombia ....

134

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley.

134

Corea. (See Korea.)

Costa Rica. (See Nicaraugua, Costa Rica, and Salvador.)

Denmark

135-142

Citizenship of Lars Chris. Jensen..

135

Military service case of Sören L. Sörensen.

136

Liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and

expatriation laws of their native country :

139

Permission for Mormon missionary to visit Denmark.

140

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley.

142

Dominican Republic...

143

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley.

143

Ecuador

144-146

Registry and educational laws.

144

International policy of Ecuador.

145

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley.

146

France

147-157

Claim of Marty & d'Abbadie on account of detention of steamship Sull-

berg at Manila..

147

Liability.of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and

expatriation laws of their native country.

153

Courtesies to U. S. S. Annapolis by commandant of French naval station

at Algiers...

154

Courtesies to United States military attaché at French grand autumn

154

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley

156

Right of expatriation denied Emile Robin..

156

Germany

158–198

Expulsion of Max Friedrich Schaaf.

158

Liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and

expatriation laws of their native country...

160

Consular convention (Article XII) of 1871 between the United States and

Germany-previous notice to consuls of service on merchant vessels of

writ of attachment not required

161

Expulsion of Mormon missionaries from Germany.

165

Attempt on German Emperor's life at Bremen

166

Military service cases of Ladislaus Golus, Xaver Sylvester Balz, Michael,

Nicholas, and Mathias Gent, Henry Kauffmann, and Alfred Nachtigall. 167

Military service cases of Sigmund Meyers (Mayer), Diedrich Ebken, Gus-

tav A. Seitz, Louis Wiess, (John) Jacob Häberle, Robert H. Just, Sieg-

mund Stern, and Max Kuechlin...

168

Military service cases of Nick Britten, Lawrence M. Metzger, Herrmann

E. Meisner, Friedrich Koch, and August Meyer..

170

Military service case of Karl Kammerer

171

Consular immunities—liability of employees of United States consulates to

German compulsory insurance tax...

172

Citizenship of a child born in the United States and taken abroad during

its minority....

174

Restrictions on sojourn in their country of origin of Germans naturalized

in the United States.

175

Passport applications of persons born in the United States—production of

certificate of father's naturalization not to be required

178

Citizenship of a son born of American parents temporarily sojourning in

Germany

179

Fine on Paul N. Friedlaender for "unauthorized" emigration...

180

Kaiser Wilhelm Canal-passage of United States naval vessels through.. 184

Death of the Dowager Empress and Queen Frederick ...

185

Expiatory mission of Prince Tschun...

187

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley.

189

Opening of the port of Emden

190

Visit of German school-ships Moltke and Stein to United States, Porto

Rican, and Cuban ports....

190

Efforts to divert German emigration from North America to German colo-

nies and South America....

191

German Emperor's response to the President's message of good will

191

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Germany-Continued.

Courtesies to United States naval attaché in Germany.

192

Difficulty of Germany with Venezuela ...

192

Anarchists proposed joint action against

196

Great Britain

199-246

Filipino seamen held not to be citizens of the United States.

199

Exclusion of British and Australasian vessels from trade between the

United States and Hawaii...

201

Protection of American interests by British consul in the Kongo Free State. 205

Passport applications of persons claiming United States citizenship through

naturalization of parents.

206

Death of Queen Victoria.

208

Accession of Edward VII

213

Exclusion of Chinese persons from the Philippine Islands.

213

Visit of U. S. S. Brooklyn to Australia and New Zealand on occasion of

tour of Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York...

214

Erection of tablet in memory of Frederick W. Ramsden, late British

consul-general at Santiago de Cuba ..

215

Claims of United States citizens v. Great Britain on account of deportation

from South Africa.

216

Supplementary treaty of extradition between the United States and Great

Britain

222

Protection by United States consul of British interests in the Azores 224

Rights of British subjects in Cuba are not governed by treaties, either

with the United States or Spain, but by alien law of 1870

225

Courtesies shown U. S. S. Hartford in Scotland..

231

Award by Great Britain of £600 to Charles Lillywhite, a naturalized

United States citizen, on account of his arrest, false imprisonment, and

deportation from New Zealand to England

231

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley.

237

Interoceanic canal.

237

Greece

247-251

Liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and

expatriation laws of their native country....

247

Military service case of Louis (Leonidas) Économopoulos

247

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley

249

Riot at Athens caused by the translation of the Bible into vulgar Greek.. 250

Guatemala and Honduras..

252-261

Confiscation of silver coin which Siegfried Koenigsberger attempted to

smuggle out of Guatemala..

252

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley.

260

Haiti.

262-281

Claim of John D. Metzger & Co. v. Haiti.

262

Tonnage dues on American vessels

276

Citizenship of Julienne Guilloid, born in Haiti of a mulatto, former resi-

dent of Louisiana..

279

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley.

280

Honduras. (See Guatemala and Honduras.)

Italy

282–312

Liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and

expatriation laws of their native country

282

Lynching of persons of Italian origin at Erwin, Miss.

283

Sovereignty of Italy over Somaliland recognized by Sultan Osman

Mahmud

299

Diplomatic immunities; testimony of United States diplomatic representa-

tives in foreign courts.

302

Citizenship of a child born in the United States of alien parents

303

Indemnity suit of Mrs. Fenice Ferrara, an Italian subject, in a Colorado

court. Remedies in local courts must be exhausted before diplomatic

action may properly be taken

305

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley

311

Japan ...

313-386

Registration of titles to perpetual leases in Japan

313

Detention at Seattle, Wash., and deportation of Japanese immigrants... 366

Alleged discrimination in the United States against Japanese in the matter

of quarantine

375
407

Japan-Continued.

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Monument erected in Japan in commemoration of the advent of Commo-

dore Perry, United States Navy, in July, 1853...

378

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley

384

Expiatory mission to Japan of Na Tung, special envoy of the Emperor of

China

384

Assistance rendered U. S. transport Hancock by Japanese Navy.

385

Korea ...

387-405

Treaty rights of United States citizens in interior of Korea

387

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley..

405

Liberia ....

406

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley.

406

Mexico...

407-415

Imprisonment of American citizens, railway employees, in Mexico

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley.

415

Netherlands

416–419

Marriage of Queen Wilhelmina

416

Liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and

expatriation laws of their native country.

418

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley

419

Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Salvador...

420-423

Visit of U. S. S. Iowa and Philadelphia to Salvador...

420

Citizenship of Rafael F. Hine, born in Costa Rica of an American father. 420

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley..

422

Norway. (See Sweden and Norway.)

Paraguay. (See Uruguay and Paraguay.)

Persia.

424-426

Liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and

expatriation laws of their native country.

424

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley.

424

ngratulations of the Shah on the accession of President Roosevelt

425

Congratulations on the anniversary of the Shah's birthday.

425

Peru

427-434

Claim of James H. Hay ball v. Peru..

427

Claim of William Fowks v. Peru

430

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley.

434

Portugal...

435-440

Refusal of permission for sale in Portugal of certain medicines of American

manufacture

435

Liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and

expatriation laws of their native country.

439

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley.

440

Roumania

441

Liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and

expatriation laws of their native country.

441

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley.

441

Russia..

442-454

Anarchists; proposed joint action against (printed under Germany).. 196

Passport application of Mrs. Louisa Lassonne, widow of a naturalized

United States citizen, residing without the United States...

442

Protection in Russia of a naturalized American citizen of Jewish faith... 446

Expulsion of George Kennan from Russia..

451

Liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and

expatriation laws of their native country..

453

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley

453

Salvador. (See Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Salvador.)

Servia.

455

Liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and

expatriation laws of their native country.

455

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley.

455

Siam ...

456

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley

456

Congratulations on occasion of national holiday of Siam

456

Spain....

457-485

Protection by representatives of the United States of Porto Ricans, Cubans,

and Filipinos

457

Courtesies shown by a Spanish naval officer to United States naval officers

at Habana

463

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Spain-Continued.

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Military service case of Benito Llaveria y Pascual

464

Filipino junta at Madrid, and petition of Isabelo de los Reyes, one of its

members, for permission to return to the Philippine Islands

471

Royal decree determining questions of nationality in ceded or relinquished

territory...

473

Consent of Spanish Government to assist the United States Government

in procuring evidence to defend claims assumed by the latter under the

treaty of peace.

477

Registration of Cubans and Porto Ricans in Spain

480

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley.

483

Deserters from merchant vessels; no law or regulation in the United States

providing for their punishment.

483

Passport application of a native of the island of Guam

484

Sweden and Norway,

486-498

Reassumption of Government by King Oscar.

486

Liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and

expatriation laws of their native country..

486

Military service case of Johannes P. Hoiland.

487

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley.

494

Unveiling of monument to John Ericsson at Stockholm.

495

First annual award of the Nobel prizes

497

Switzerland......

499-513

Liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and

expatriation laws of their native country.

499

Treaty between the United States and Switzerland for the extradition of

criminals

500

Protection by United States officials of Swiss citizens in Egypt

504

Passport issued by Department should always be accepted prima facie as

proof of citizenship. (Application of Carl F. Kupfer.),

508

Cancellation of passport of Emile Stolz by United States legation at Berne

because of Stolz's continued residence without the United States

509

Citizenship of a son born in France of an American father and a French

mother prior to their marriage.

511

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley.

512

Turkey ..

514-530

Courtesies to U. S. S. Kentucky by Turkish officials..

514

Liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and

expatriation laws of their native country.

515

Right of Jews to three months' sojourn in Palestine

516

Indemnity claims of United States citizens; settlement of

518

Passport of Demetrius Chryssanthides; construction of words “resided un-

interruptedly” in applications for naturalization.

519

Protection of American interests by British consuls in Turkey

521

Refusal by Turkish officials to issue traveling teskéréh to the Rev. R. M.

Cole...

523

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley

529

Seizure by France of custom-house at Mytilene..

529

Uruguay and Paraguay...

531-533

Citizenship of minor son of a United States citizen, born and residing

without the United States...

531

Friendly relations of United States legation with Governments of Uruguay

and Paraguay

532

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley.

533

Venezuela ...

534-554

Arrest and release of United States consular agent at Barcelona, and delay

in transmission of legation's telegram

534

Visit of the U. S. S. Scorpion to the Orinoco River..

541

Visit of the U. S. S. Mayflower to the island of Margarita

547

Claims of foreigners against Venezuela growing out of the Castro revolution. 550

Protection by United States representatives of Colombian interests in

Venezuela.

551

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley.

553

Reception at German legation to German colony at Caracas and officers of

German warship Vineta .....

554

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