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Aeronautical and Engineering Co., 123 China- Continued.
Agreements. See Treaties, conventions, Arms and munitions (including mili.
etc.

tary aircraft), export to China,
Aliens, discussions between Japanese 122–123, 542, 1016-1028

Embassy and Department of State American aircraft firms: Interest in
regarding difficulties relating to ad-

securing contracts in South
mission to the United States of

China, 1016, 1017, 1019, 1026;
Japanese treaty (trade) aliens,

Japanese detention of Ameri-
1056–1058

can demonstration airplane at
Andersen, Meyer & Co., financial loss

Mukden, 122–123, 542
due to Japanese closure of Antung

British policy and procedure con-
(Manchuria) electric light plant,

cerning shipments to Canton
and U. S. representations to Japan,

faction via Hong Kong, 1018,
120-121, 238, 361-362, 563

1019_1020, 1021, 1022–1023,
Arbitration : Civil or commercial con-

1026-1028
troversies, provisions of proposed

U. S. attitude: Interception of Eu-
Sino-foreign treaties regarding re-

ropean shipments to Canton via
linquishment of extraterritoriality,

Manila, question of, 1023–1024;
728, 764, 766, 773, 780-781, 783, 797,

issuance of export licenses for
800-801, 807-808, 814, 820-821, 826,

military material only on notifi-
829, 830, 887, 898-899; Sino-Japa-

cation from National Govern-
nese difficulties over treaty inter-

ment, 1016-1017, 1018, 1024
pretation, proposed arbitration, 278,

1025; objection to contracts in-
332–333, 346, 384, 483

volving purchase of military
Arms and munitions. See under China.

equipment from U. S. Govern-
Arrests, etc., provisions of proposed

ment departments, 1017; pre-
Sino-foreign treaties regarding re-

vention of export of certain
linquishment of extraterritoriality,

commercial airplanes at request
728, 742, 745, 755, 784, 795, 797, 798

of National Government, 1020,
799, 800, 807, 813, 818-819, 851, 889,

1020-1022, 1023, 1025; recom-
897-898, 906, 907, 911-912

mendation by U. S. Minister for
Automatic Telephones of China, Federal,

change in attitude toward sales
Inc., 123

to Canton government, 1027-
Aviation. See China: Arms and muni-

1028
tions and Japan: Trans-Pacific

Automatic Telephones of China, Fed-
flight.

eral, Inc., 123

Aviation. See Arms and munitions,
Bandit and communist activity. See

supra.
under China.

Bandit and communist activity (see
Bonds issued by Canton rebels, refusal

also Sino-Japanese dispute: Ban-
of National Government to recog.

ditry; also Protection, infra), 805,

883
nize, 1041
Boxer indemnity,

Bonds issued by Canton rebels, refusal
noninclusion in

of National Government to recog-
Hoover debt moratorium, 1040_1041
Boxer Protocol, 709, 1013

nize, 1041

Boxer indemnity, noninclusion in
Boycotts. See under Sino-Japanese dis-

Hoover debt moratorium, 1040
pute.

1041
Castine case, cited, 991, 992

Boxer Protocol, 709, 1013

Boycotts. See under Sino-Japanese
Chiang Kai-shek. See under China: Po-

dispute.
litical situation; also under Sino-

Canton faction (see also Political sit-
Japanese dispute.

uation : Conflict, infra): Aircraft
China (see also Sino-Japanese dispute), purchases, attitude of Great Brit-
1–715 passim, 716–1062

ain and the United States, 1018,
Aeronautical and Engineering Co., 123 1019–1020, 1021, 1022-1023, 1023
Andersen, Meyer & Co., financial loss 1024, 1026-1028 ; bonds, refusal of
due to Japanese closure of An-

National Government to recog.
tung (Manchuria) electric light nize, 1041
plant, and U. S. representations Chang Hsueh-liang, 4-5, 8, 70, 106, 144,
to Japan, 120-121, 238, 361–362, 165, 222, 288, 315, 316, 320, 321,
563

360, 451, 569, 669, 686, 710, 713
VOLUMES I AND II ARE INDEXED SEPARATELY

1065

China-Continued.
Changsha claims, Chinese declination

to consider, 1037–1038
Chiang Kai-shek. See under Sino-

Japanese dispute; also under Po-

litical situation, infra.
Chinese Eastern Railway, Soviet in-

terests and Japanese attitude, 55,

67, 368, 385, 393, 446, 512
Chinese Engineering & Development

Co., 123
Civil war. See Political situation :

Conflict, infra.
Claims of American citizens and or-

ganizations against China, 971-

974, 1034-1046
Boxer indemnity, noninclusion in

Hoover debt moratorium, 1040

1041
Claims commission, U. S.-China,

U. 8. proposal for establish-
ment of, 1035, 1036, 1037, 1038
1040, 1042; text of draft con-

vention, 1043-1046
Consolidation of foreign debts (see

also Claims commission, supra),
question of U. S. submission of
list of claims against China,

1034-1036
Damages to property by revolution-

ary forces: Changsha claims,
Chinese declination to con-
sider, 1037-1038; U. 8. reserva-
tion of right to present claims
for damages to missionary

property, 971-974
Warning by National Government

of refusal to recognize bonds Is-

sued by Canton rebels, 1041
Commercial treaty with the United

States (1903), expiration in 1994,

804, 847, 848
Commissions (see also under Sino-

Japanese dispute), Sino-U. 8.
claims commission, U. S. pro-
posal for establishment of, 1035,
1036, 1037, 1038_1040, 1042; text

of draft convention, 1043-1046
Communism. See Bandit and commu-

nist activity, supra.
Concessions and international settle-

ments. See under Foreign pow-

ers, infra,
Courts. See Extraterritorial rights

and Jurisdiction over U. S. citi-

zens, infra.
Curtiss-Wright Co., 1016
Customs. See under Taxation: Im-

position, infra.
Debts, Chinese. See Boxer indemnity

and Claims, supra.
Deeds, title, to real property, U. S.

protection of, 1028_1033
Dollar Co., Robert, 1006-1007

China-Continued.

Douglas Aircraft Co., 1024 1025
Evacuation of Americans and other

foreigners from places of danger:
Americans : Advice of U. S. diplo-

matic officers in China, 227, 392,
961, 978-979; conflicting views
of missionaries and Depart-
ment of State, 965–969; reports

of, 128, 227, 392, 434, 463
Japanese, 41, 55, 102, 114, 128, 161-

162, 170, 210, 227, 283, 465
Extraterritorial rights (see also Ju-

risdiction over U. S. citizens,
infra), negotiations for relin-
quishment by the United States
and other powers, 716-932, 965,
996, 1002–1003, 1010_1012, 1013

1016, 1028-1029, 1031
France, exchange of views with the

United States, 804, 835
Great Britain, negotiations: Chi-

nese complaint of U. S. inter-
ference in progress of negotia-
tions, and U. S. attitude, 839,
839-840, 841, 845-846, 853–854,
858; exchange of views and in-
formation with the United
States, 716-721, 722–726, 732-
733, 736, 737, 738_739, 744–745,
753–754, 755–758, 759-769, 771-
772, 778, 788–789, 790–791, 794,
795, 811, 812, 827-831, 832-834,
836, 837, 843, 844-845, 849, 851,
852, 854, 857-860, 863 864, 867–
868, 876–877, 885-886, 890-893,
911, 914, 916–920, 920-921, 926–
931, 932; reports concerning
negotiations of British Min-
ister at Nanking, 741-742, 744
745, 753–754, 762–769, 771–772,
775–776, 777-786, 787, 795–802,
807-808, 811, 812-813, 827-831,
836, 837, 842, 845, 850, 854-857,

859, 863-865, 868-869, 875-877
Japan: Attitude toward possible en-

trance into negotiations, 745-
748, 804, 843; exchange of views
and information with the
United States, 739_740, 745-748,
843-844, 881, 882-883; rights in
Manchuria under 1915 treaties,
Japanese desire for special pro
visions to protect, and Chinese
objections, 814, 843-844, 880-881,

881, 882-883, 883
National People's Convention, mani-

festo of May 18 concerning abo-

lition, 853
Netherlands, exchange of notes with

China, Apr. 23, for relinquish-
ment of extraterritoriality upon
relinquishment by great powers,
737, 809

VOLUMES I AND II ABE INDEXED SEPARATELY

China—Continued.
Extraterritorial rights—Continued.
Provisions of proposed treaties, dis-

cussions and draft texts :
Arbitration of civil or commercial

controversies, 728, 764, 766,
773, 780_781, 783, 797, 800-
801, 807-808, 814, 820-821, 826,

829, 830, 887, 898–899
Arrests, imprisonment, detention,

and bail, 728, 742, 745, 755,
784, 795, 797, 798–799, 800,
807, 813, 818-819, 851, 889,

897–898, 306, 307, 911-912
Authorized text, 825, 828-829, 831,

851, 855, 903
Codes, publication of, 719, 727,

814, 827, 830, 855, 905
Commercial books, examination,

821, 907
Companies, 722, 728, 764, 768, 774,

781–782, 784, 796, 801, 807,

821-822, 859, 889, 900-901
Consular officers' rights and privi-

leges, 848, 857, 861-862, 863,

905
Criminal jurisdiction. See Trans-

fer of jurisdiction, infra.
Definition of “nationals", 729,

813, 824, 903
Duration, 729, 788, 793, 807, 812,

813, 814, 825, 831, 836, 840-
841, 847, 851, 859, 863–864,

872, 874–875, 876, 903
Evocation, 719, 723, 725, 727-728,

733, 738, 741, 744, 753, 755,
760, 764, 771, 775–776, 784,

807
Excluded areas, 719, 720, 721,

721-722, 723–724, 725, 732, 738,
742, 743, 744, 746, 748, 751,
752, 753–754, 755, 756, 757,
760, 760-761, 761, 764, 769, 770,
771, 772, 784, 785, 788–789, 792,
793, 794, 795, 800, 802, 802-803,
804, 805-806, 806-807, 807, 809,
812, 813, 814, 825, 828, 831,
832-834, 835-836, 837, 840-841,
843, 846-848, 849, 856, 858
859, 862, 863, 864-885, 866,
867-868, 868-869, 869, 870, 871,
873-874, 876-877, 878, 880–
881, 881, 883-884, 884, 890–
893, 902, 910, 912, 916, 917-
919, 1014; special treatment
of Shanghai, 721-722, 724, 725,
738, 742, 753–754, 755, 756, 760,
760–761, 769, 771, 785, 789,
793, 794, 803, 804, 806, 807,
809, 828, 831, 834, 837, 840–
841, 847-848, 856, 868, 873–
874, 877, 880-881, 884, 890
893, 910, 912, 916, 919

China-Continued.
Extraterritorial rights-Continued.
Provisions of proposed treaties, dis-

cussions and draft texts Con.
Lawyers and interpreters, 764-

765, 772, 777, 779, 783, 788,
807, 814, 816-817, 826, 896,

906, 911
Legal counselors (without func-

tions as co-judges), 720, 721,
722, 725, 726, 732, 733, 735,
736, 742, 743, 744, 751, 752,
753, 755, 757, 760, 761, 762-
764, 770, 771, 772–773, 775
776, 779_780, 783, 785, 792,
795–796, 800, 801-802, 806, 807,
808, 814, 816-817, 851, 859,
864, 871, 872, 872–873, 894

896, 904, 907-908
Military service and forced loans,

722, 764, 768, 781, 784, 797,
798, 801, 807, 821, 830, 887,

900
Mutual relations of courts, 851,

905
Nondiscriminatory treatment, 729,

748, 764, 769, 775, 781, 782,
784, 796, 801, 807, 824, 829,
871, 886-887, 889, 890, 903,

912
Patents and copyrights, protec-

tion, 881–882, 885, 890, 908–

909
Pending cases, 720, 729, 764, 768

769, 774–775, 807, 823, 901
Personal status matters, 720, 721,

725–726, 732, 757, 784, 807,
813, 823-824, 828, 830, 836,
837-838, 842, 850, 851, 851-
852, 854, 857, 871, 886, 890,
902, 907, 909, 910-911, 912,

913
Preamble, 719, 727, 858, 888, 893
Property, immovable, rights in,

721, 726, 728, 745, 748, 755,
756, 757, 760, 764, 766–767,
772, 773–774, 777, 781, 783,
797, 801, 807, 814, 821, 826,
829-830, 889 890, 899, 906, 912,

913, 965, 1028_1029, 1031
Protected persons: British, 764,

769, 807, 829, 855-856; U. S.,

904, 906-907, 1010-1012
Protection of courts, 813, 825, 904
Ratification, 719, 727, 729, 807,

813, 825, 831, 851, 876, 884,

904
Residence and trade, rights of,

719, 722, 724, 726, 729, 732,
746, 748, 757, 784, 807, 813,
814, 823, 829, 831, 831-832,

854-855, 881, 902, 908
Search of premises, 720, 722, 728,

764, 767-768, 774, 784, 807,
821, 830, 899

VOLUMEN I AND II ARE INDEXED SEPARATELY

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