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Spain :

Treaties cited between United States
American prisoners of war in Ger and—Continued

many, visits of inspection, 8-9, Italy (1871), 662n, 728
13-14, 14–15, 20, 23

Panama (1903), 240, 242-243
Relief in Turkish territories, offer of Prussia (1785), 4, 162, 163, 164-
assistance, 541–542; attitude of

165, 296, 308; (1799), 4, 55-56,
United States, 542, 544; procure-

57-58, 59, 86, 102, 160-161, 162–
ment of supplies, 544-547

165, 169-171, 296, 308, 318;
Special Committee for Relief of Jews

(1828), 55–56, 59, 162, 164-165,
in Palestine, 551–552, 556–557, 562

296, 308, 309, 318
Submarine warfare, attacks on U.S. | Turkey: "ally-of-enemy" aliens, Amer-
nationals and ships, 162–163, 165

ican-Turkish arrangements, 246–
Sweden, protests of treatment of al-

247, 247,249, 250, 251-255, 539,
leged national in Panama, 233-234,

540, 542; "ally-of-enemy” prop-
240-241

erty, 272
Switzerland: prisoners of war, facili-

Turkish territories, relief:
tation of transit of correspond-

Spanish offer of assistance, 541-
ence and parcels, 22; visits of in-

542; attitude of United States,
spection by diplomatic representa-

542, 544; procurement of sup-
tives to German prison camps in

plies, 544–547
United States, 3-4, 10-11, 15, 23,

Supplies on board U.S.S. Cæsar,
25

projected distribution, 539;

guarantees against submarine
Trading with the enemy:

attack, question of, 539-541,
Austrian ships, U.S. purchase, 445-

542-544; transportation by Brit-
450, 453, 454455; arrangements

ish authorities, 548
for remittances, 450, 456-457, Transmission of funds:
458; taking over of the Martha Attitude of Great Britain, 550–
Washington, 246, 247, 447, 448,

551; United States, 525, 526–
449, 451–456, 457

529, 551, 553, 554, 560-561
Chinese regulations, 441

Utilization of American Commit-
German ships, U.S. purchase in Co-

tee for Armenian and Syrian
lombia, 422-423

Relief, 547–548, 548–550, 559-
Policy prior to Oct. 6, 1917, regard-

560; American Red Cross
ing allies of the enemy, 413, 415–

Commission to Palestine, 562-
416, 419 420, 423 424 425 ;

563; German diplomatic chan-
American-German trade in

nels, U.S. disapproval, 554
China, 433–438; enemy subjects

556, 557; Joint Distribution
in neutral or Allied states, 413-

Committee, 547-548, 548–550 ;
414, 416-417, 433–438; enemy se-

Provisional Executive Com-
curities in United States, 417–

mittee for General Zionist
418, 420 421, 421-422; persons

Affairs, 547–548, 548–550;
in enemy or enemy-occupied ter-

Special Committee for Relief
ritory, 412-413, 414 415, 418 419,

of Jews in Palestine, 551-
421, 423-425

552, 556-557, 562
Trading with the Enemy Act (Oct.

Zionist medical unit, dispatch from

United States, 556, 557–559, 563
6, 1917), 426, 427-428, 439; ap-
plication to allies of the enemy,
426-427, 427-428;

Ukrainians, relief for, 507

American-
German trade in China, 438–

Warfare, charges of illegal and in-
445; enemy subjects in neutral
or Allied states, 427, 428 429,

humane methods, protests by--

Belgium, 789–790
430_431, 438-445; persons in

France, 786
enemy or enemy-occupied terri-

Germany, 785, 788–789; U.S. atti-
tory, 423-425, 428, 431-432, 432–

tude, 785-786
433, 525–526
Treaties. See Military service conven-

International Committee of Red

Cross, 779–781; attitude of
tions and Radio communications.

France, 782–783; Germany, 787–
Treaties cited between United States

788; Great Britain, 783–784;
and-

United States, 781-782, 784
Austria-Hungary (1829), 451; United States, 784, 786, 790-791;
(1848), 309

German attitude, 791
Bavaria (1845), 309

I William P. Frye, case of, 162

Wilson, Woodrow :

Wilson, Woodrow-Continued Executive orders:

Proclamations-Continued May 11, 1917, amending Consular

business by German comRegulations, 791-792

panies, 260-262 Oct. 12, 1917, establishing Alien Nov. 16, 1917, setting forth addiProperty Custodian, etc., un

tional regulations prescribing der authority of Espionage

conduct toward alien enemies, and Trading with the Enemy

180-183 Acts, 263-264

Dec. 11, 1917, declaring existence Dec. 7, 1917, supplementing Oct.

of state of war with Austro12, 1917 order, 270-271

Hungarian Empire and setting Apr. 2, 1918, concerning certain

forth regulations prescribing sales to be conducted by Alien

conduct toward Austro-HunProperty Custodian, 293–294

garian citizens in United Apr. 11, 1918, revoking authority

States, 185-187 of designated officers regard Feb. 5, 1918, including interned ing patents, etc., 330-331

Germans and Austro-HungaMay 11, 1918, taking over the

rians within term “ enemy" in Martha Washington, 455 456

Trading with the Enemy Act, Aug. 8, 1918, prescribing regula

284-285 tions governing issuance of Apr. 19, 1918, extending regulapermits to enter and leave

tions prescribing conduct toUnited States, 810-822

ward alien enemies to include General certificate of exemption of

women, 192–194 U.S. citizens in Great Britain May 31, 1918, including certain inoutside age limits from provi

dividuals as “enemies" for • sions of military service conven

purposes of Trading with the tion, 717-718

Enemy Act, 299-302 Message to King of the Belgians re June 28, 1918, taking over propgarding Belgian relief, 463 464

erty of North German Lloyd Notes to Secretary of State:

and Hamburg-American comMay 8, 1917, regarding enemy

panies, 302–303 aliens, 170-171

July 30, 1918, reciprocal military Mar. 16, 1918, regarding Polish

service convention with Great and Turkish relief, 528

Britain, 708–712 Nov. 6, 1918, regarding expansion July 30, 1918, reciprocal military of Belgian relief, 496 497

service convention with Great Proclamations:

Britain on behalf of Canada, Apr. 6, 1917, declaring existence of

714-717 state of war with German Em

Aug. 8, 1918, regulating issuance pire and setting forth regula

of passports and granting of tions prescribing conduct to

permits to depart from and ward alien enemies, 165-168

enter United States, 807-810 Apr. 6, 1917, prescribing regula

Nov. 11, 1918, reciprocal military tions under which German in

service convention with surance companies may main

France, 723–726 tain agencies in United States Nov. 18, 1918, reciprocal military during war, 256-257

service convention with Italy, May 24, 1917, authorizing owners

726-729 of letters patent granted by Nov. 18, 1918, reciprocal military German Empire to make pay

service convention with Greece, ments in order to preserve

729-732 rights, 320-321 July 13, 1917, prohibiting transac-| Yarrowdale, case of, 160

tion in United States of ma- | Young Men's Christian Association, 1. rine and war risk insurance ! 61, 63, 91

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