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PAPERS RELATING TO THE
FOREIGN RELATIONS
OF THE UNITED STATES

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PUBLICATION No. 894

CONTENTS

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GREAT BRITAIN:

Protest by the British Ambassador against American allegations of

unfair British competition for control of important sources of petro-

leum .. . . .. . . . .. . . . .. . . .. . . .. . .. .

Refusal by the United States to admit British claims on behalf of the

Turkish Petroleum Company .................

Restrictions upon the activities of the Standard Oil Company in

Palestine ............................

Negotiations to ensure the recognition of the rights of the United States

in territories under mandate ..................

Assertion of American capitulatory rights in Palestine .......

Refusal by the Department of State to question the right of the British

Government to exclude certain American citizens from the British

Isles . . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . . .. . ..

British rejection of the proposal to exempt American coastwise shipping

from the Panama Canal tolls ..

Termination, except as to article VI, of the treaty of October 2, 1886,

between the United States and the King of Tonga . ........

GREECE:

Question of the recognition of the Government of King Constantine ,

Termination of the treaty of 1837 between the United States and

Greece ...........................

Attempt by the Greek authorities at Smyrna to levy taxes in deroga-

tion of American rights in Turkey ................

Exemption from service in the Greek Army of American citizens of

Greek origin who had served in the American Army ......

GUATEMALA:

Overthrow of President Herrera .....

Federation of the Central American Republics. (See volume I, General.)

Denunciation of the Trade-Marks Convention of August 20, 1910.

(See volume I, General.)

Boundary dispute with Honduras. (See volume I, General.)

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MEXICO-Continued.

Proposals looking toward the establishment of a Mixed Claims

Commission .. . . .. .. . . . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .

Proposals for regulating the distribution of the waters of the Colorado

River . ............................

Relaxation of regulations governing travel between the United States

and Mexico for residents in a forty-mile zone on either side of the

frontier . . . . . . . . . . . · ·

· · · · · · · ·

NETHERLANDS:

Continued negotiations for American participation in exploiting the oil

fields of the Dutch East Indies. ...

Amendment of the Philippine Petroleum Act of August 31, 1920, to

anticipate objections by the Netherlands and Great Britain ...,

NICARAGUA:

Incursions by revolutionary bands into Nicaragua .........

Sale of munitions by the United States to the Government of Nica-

ragua . ...........................

Denunciation of the Trade-Marks Convention of August 20, 1910.

(See volume I, General.)

Boundary dispute with Honduras. (See volume I, General.)

Norway:

Arbitration agreement, signed June 30, 1921, between the United

States and Norway for the settlement of claims arising out of the

requisitioning of Norwegian ships. ...............

PANAMA:

Reappointment of the Fiscal Agent, and the vindication of his legal

powers by the Department of State ................

Acquisition by the United States of lands on Las Minas Bay and the

Island of Taboga. .

Boundary dispute with Costa Rica. (See volume I, General.)

PARAGUAY:

Representations by the United States in favor of the revival of the

Asunción Port concession ...................

Discrepancies between the English and Spanish texts of the extradi-

tion treaty of March 26, 1913, between the United States and Para-

guay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

PERSIA:

Persian overtures looking toward the appointment of American advisers

to the Persian Government ......

Persian efforts to interest American oil companies in the exploitation of

Northern Persia .......................

PERU:

Appointment of an Administrator of Customs by the Government of

Peru . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Withdrawal of the Peruvian gold guarantee deposits from the National

City Bank of New York. .....................

Representations by the United States on behalf of the All America

Cables, Incorporated ......................

Protocol between the United States and Peru, May 21, 1921, providing

for the arbitration of the Landreau claim ..

The Tacna-Arica question. (See volume I, General.)

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