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PAPERS RELATING TO

THE

FOREIGN RELATIONS

OF THE

UNITED STATES

WITHI

THE ANNUAL MESSAGE OF THE
PRESIDENT TRANSMITTED TO
CONGRESS DECEMBER 3, 1907

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HAKI UNIV

DEC 31949

TABLE OF CONTENTS.

[For alphabetical index, see end of Part II.)

Page.

Message of the President, annual....

List of papers with subject of correspondence

Circulars..

1-15

Regulations for the prevention of collisions at sea..

1

Expatriation......

3

Registration of American citizens.

6

Reports of fraudulent naturalization..

8

Children of citizens born abroad.....

9

Registration of women who desire to resume or retain American citizenship. 10

Issuance of passports.....

13

Cruise of the Atlantic Fleet to the Pacific Coast.

15

. Argentine Republic.......

16–49

Revolutionary disturbances....

16

Message of the President of the Argentine Republic to the Argentine Con-

gress..

20

Boundary dispute between the Argentine Republic and Brazil.

22

Rejection of shipment of deviled ham...

23

Registration of the child of a diplomatic officer born abroad..

38

Bonds of the Entre Rios Eastern Railway Company.

39

Amendment of the Argentine customs regulations.

40

Railway-concession law....

42

Convention between Argentine Republic and the Republic of Uruguay,

concerning letters rogatory....

47

Austria Hungary....

50-67

Military service of Peter Szatkowski....

50

Request for the observance by the several States of the provision of Article

XVI of the consular convention concerning notice of deceased Austro-

Hungarians in the United States whose heirs or executors are unknown. 52

Universal suffrage in Austria....

56

Foreigners killed or injured while in the service of the United States Gov-

ernment.....

58

Imperial speech to parliament..

60

Copyright agreement with Austria..

62

Admission of American meats into Austria.

62

Belgium.....

68-84

Brussels Sugar Convention of March, 1902.

68

Emigration agents of South Carolina, Louisiana, and Virginia in Europe.. 69

Convention between Belgium and Sweden relative to property rights..... 76

Discrimination against American products.....

77

International convention for the regulation of the traffic of spirits in Africa. 79

Additional extradition treaty between Belgium and Great Britain..

84

Page.

Bolivia....

85-89

Financial conditions...

85

Arrangement for the settlement of the boundary dispute between Bolivia

and Paraguay.

85

Brazii.....

90-118

Preferential tariff concessions in favor of American products.

90

Brazilian immigration regulations..

95

Agreements between Brazil and Colombia....

108

Regulations concerning the expulsion of foreigners from Brazil.

113

Denunciation of treaties between Brazil and certain other powers..

117

Bulgaria......

119

Commercial arrangements between Bulgaria and Turkey

119

Chile ....

120-129

Treaty of friendship, commerce, and navigation between Chile and Japan. 120

Citizenship of children born of foreign parents residing in Chile..

124

Message of the President of Chile to the Chilean Congress..

126

China....

130-281

Open-door policy in Manchuria; establishment of customs-houses and

opening of ports to international trade...

130

Restrictions upon the importation, growth, and use of opium...

140

Payment of the Chinese indemnity; return by the United States of a portion

of its allotment.....

174

Protection of foreign missions in China.

176

Governmental and educational reforms in China......

178

Regulations restricting the importation of arms and ammunition.

199

Stamping of deeds for property purchased for missionary purposes.

206

Settlement of the Lienchow indemnity

211

Foreign settlements in China and Manchuria..

218

Reservation of American rights in the extension of the Japanese concession

at Hankau....

224

Customs and inland taxation...

226

Reciprocal protection of trade-marks and copyrights in China

248

Agreement between the United States and Denmark for the protection of

trade-marks in China.....

266

Issuance and visa of Section 6, Chinese certificates..

268

Colombia......

282-295

Message of the President of Colombia to the Colombian Congress.

282

Claim of Ricardo A. Deeb v. Colombia......

287

Boundary and navigation treaty between Colombia and Brazil.

292

Denunciation of the modus vivendi concerning the boundary between

('olombia and Peru......

292

Claim of the Chilean steamer Lautaro, destroyed while in the service of

the Department of Panama, v. Colombia...

293

Provision for the assembling of the constitutional congress.

294

Cuba......

296-301

Cuban bonds of June 1, 1869....

296

Provision for the settlement of claims growing out of the late ('uban insur-

rection.....

298

Sanitation of Cuban cities.

301

Denmark.....

302-305

Regulations concerning commercial travelers..

302

Administration of estates of Danish subjects deceased in the United States. 303

Agreement between the United States and Denmark for the protection of

trade-marks in China.....

305

Page.

Dominican Republic.....

306-382

Financial affairs in the Dominican Republic......

306

Convention between the United States of America and the Dominican

Republic providing for the assistance of the United States in the collec-

tion and application of the customs revenues of the Dominican Republic,

The Enabling Act, and other correspondence relative to the interpreta-

tion and enforcement of the treaty....

307

Final report of the transactions of the Dominican customs receivership

under the modus vivendi, covering the twenty-eight months, April 21,

1905, to July 31, 1907.....

322

Review of the transactions of the customs receivership of Santo Domingo

during the second year of its operation, April 1, 1906-March 31, 1907,

with collateral exhibits and remarks..

331

Political affairs in the Dominican Republic....

360

Constituent convention of 1907 and constitution promulgated on Septem-

ber 9, 1907....

361

Dominican trade-mark law...

379

Ecuador.......

383-391

Election of Gen. Eloy Alfaro as President of Ecuador..

383

Arbitration of the difficulty between the Eưuadorean Government and the

Guayaquil and Quito Railway Company, an American corporation.... 385

Egypt. See after Turkey.

France.

392-476

Claim of Messrs. Laurent and Lambert v. The United States for losses sus-

tained during the Spanish-American war..

392

Accidental killing of Lieut. Clarence England, U. S. Navy, by stray bul-

lets from a French warship engaged in rifle practice..

398

Discrimination against American meat products..

402

Extradition of Frederick Lodge Jacobs, an American citizen, to the Argen-

tine Republic from France....

411

Agreement between Great Britain, France, and Italy in regard to the im-

portation of arms and ammunition into Abyssinia..

430

Disaster to the French war ship Jena....

431

Attempt against the life of the President of the French Republic.

432

Convention between France and Great Britian for the prevention of fraud

in succession duties.......

432

Agreement between France and Spain for the maintenance of their terri-

torial status quo in the Mediterranean and on the Atlantic coasts of

Europe and Africa.

434

International sanitary convention..

434

Germany.....

477-530

"Commercial agreement between the United States and Germany, signed at

Washington, April 22, 1907; at Levico, May 2, 1907...

477

Application to other countries of the administrative provisions of the com-

mercial agreement between the United States and Germany..

486

Austria-Hungary..

486

France..

492

Great Britain..

494

Italy....

501

Switzerland.....

502

Interpretation of the word “champagne" as used in the commercial agree-

ment between the United States and Germany.

508

Extension of the provisions of the naturalization treaties between the United

States and Germany to Alsace-Lorraine.

511

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