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PAPERS

RELATING TO THE

FOREIGN RELATIONS

OF

THE UNITED STATES,

WITH

THE ANNUAL MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT

TRANSMITTED TO CONGRESS

DECEMBER 3, 1901.

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Liens

WASHINGTON:

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.

1902,

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TABLE OF CONTENTS.

(For alphabetical index see end of volume.]

Page.

Message of the President....

IX

List of papers, with subjects of correspondence

LV

Argentine Republic

1-6

Passport application of Frank H. Bowers

1

Political disturbances-state of seige declared in Buenos Ayres on account

of public disorder caused by opposition to bill consolidating public debt. 2

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley.

6

Announcement of death of President McKinley, and accession of Pres-

ident Roosevelt

6

Austria-Hungary ..

7-15

Liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and

expatriation laws of their native country.

7

Expulsion of John Richter..

8

Passport denied to Carl Schimaneck.

11

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley.

14

Belgium...

16-23

Liability of naturalized citizens of the United States under military and

expatriation laws of their native country..

16

Arrest and ill treatment of Thomas de St. Bris

17

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley..

23

Bolivia .....

24-26

Good offices of United States minister in behalf of George Melville, a

British subject, imprisoned in Bolivia...

24

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley.

26

Massacre of soldiers-punishment of offenders.

26

Brazil

27-31

Visit of Brazilian school-ship Benjamin Constant to the United States.

27

Missionary troubles sacking of American Baptist Church at Nictheroy,

and payment of indemnity..

28

Riots in Rio de Janeiro over increase in street-railway fares.

30

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley.

31

Chile....

32-38

Passport application of a Porto Rican

Courtesies of Chilean officials in connection with removal of remains of

late Lieut. S. E. Woodworth, U.S.N.

33

Visit of Chilean training ship General Baquedano to the United States.. 35

Death of President Errázuriz-condolences of the United States..

36

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley ..

38

China

39-133

Foreign settlements-encroachments of various powers at Tientsin.

39

Exclusion laws---case of alleged Chinese student Yip Wah, and others. 59

Exclusion laws-case of Chinese student Tong Tseng...

68

Exclusion laws-complaints of alleged harsh and unfair enforcement...

Exclusion laws—representations against reenactment as affecting the

United States and territories, and extension to the Philippine Islands.. 75

Claims of missionaries-direct settlement with Chinese officials ...

97

Claims of Chinese subjects residing at Butte, Mont., on account of boycott

of their business...

100

Condolences on assassination of President McKinley.

128

Bond for payment of indemnity demanded of China by the powers. 129

Citizenship of Lam Chung Wah, a Chinese naturalized in Hawaii prior to

August 12, 1898, and subsequently residing in China...

130

Death of Earl Li Hung Chang.

132

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