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Summary, N. Y. Times, March 26, 1921, p. 2; Naval Inst. Proc., May, 1921, p. 794; Cur. Hist., May, 1921, 14: 194; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

March 24, 1921. France_United States. Decree issued in France promulgating the agreement of July 17, 1919, amending Art. VII of the Convention of Navigation and Commerce concluded June 24, 1822.J. Y. O., March 26, 1921, p. 3734; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

March 30 to April 7, 1921. Red Cross. Tenth International Conference held in Geneva. Summary of proceedings and text of three resolutions adopted relating to the limitations of war, a diplomatic conference on an international code as to prisoners of war and the revision of the Convention of Geneva of 1906.-Rev. Int, de la Croix Rouge, April 15, 1921; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

April 1, 1921. France-United States. New postal rate from France to America and other countries went into effect, requiring 50 centimes on letters instead of 25.-N. Y. Times, April 3, 1921, p. 3; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

April 1, 1921. Norway-United States. United States Government sent note to Norway stating its readiness to accept arbitration before Hague Permanent Court on Norway's claims for 14,000,000 dollars for requisitioned ships.--Wash. Post, April 5, 1921, p. 6. N. Y. Times, April 6, 1921, p. 1; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

April 3, 1921. Passports. Attorney General of the United States decided that the Passport Control Act of May 22, 1917, was terminated by Joint Resolution of Congress March 3, so far as it relates to American citizens entering or leaving the United States and to aliens leaving this country.-Press Notice, April 4, 1921; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

April 1921. Yap Mandate. Note addressed by Secretary Hughes to France, Great Britain, Italy and Japan, relative to the status of the Island of Yap.-Text, Cur. Hist., May, 1921, 14: 192. N. Y. Times, April 17, 1921, p. 2; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

April 5, 1921. Red Cross. International Conferences at Geneva considered propositions for additions to Hague conventions regarding prohibition of gas in warfare, limitations of aerial war to military objects. Application of Art. 26 of rules of land war.-N. Y. Times, April 6, 1921, p. 19; 15 Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

April 5, 1921. Persia-United States. New government of Persia which came into power on February 20 sent statement to United States of its policy favoring abrogation of Anglo-Persian treaty and the evacuation of Persia by foreign troops.-N. Y. Times, April 6, 1921, p. 6. Cur. Hist., May, 1921, 14: 355; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

April 5, 1921. Great Britain-United States. Correspondence in respect to economic rights in mandated territories (concession for oil in Mesopotamia) including text of Lord Curzon's reply of February 28 to Secretary Colby's note of November 20, published London Times, April 6, 1921, p. 9; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

April 7, 1921. Great Britain-United States. Lord Curzon's note of February 21 addressed to Sir Auckland Geddes for communication to Department of State of the United States, refuting allegations, made in America, that commercial telegrams had been delayed or intercepted, was published as a white paper.--London Times, April 8, 1921, p. 11; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

April 11, 1921. Great Britain United States. British memorandum presented to United States Government proposing that the United States appoint a commission to confer with British Petroleum Commission for adjustment of differences in connection with San Remo oil agreement.-London Times, April 12, 1921, p. 10; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

April 13, 1921. Canada–United States. House of Commons refused to adopt reciprocity agreement signed in Washington January 21, 1911, by vote 100-79.-Wash. Post, April 14, 1921, p. 4; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

April 13, 1921. Argentina–United States. Demand made on Government of Argentina by Ambassador of the United States that it take steps to release steamer Martha Washington from the boycott of the Buenos Aires port workers union.-New York Times, April 14, 1921, p. 18; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

April 14, 1921. France_United States. Reply of France of April 7 to United States note of April 4, relative to the status of the Island of Yap made public.--N. Y. Times, April 15, 1921, p. 1; Adv. of Peace, May, 1921, p. 190; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

April 15, 1921. Spain United States. Spain sent protest to President Harding against continued occupation of Santo Domingo by United States troops.-Cur. Hist., June, 1921, v. 14: p. 540; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

April 19, 1921. Netherlands United States. Note from United States delivered to Netherlands Government insisting that American oil corporations must have equal opportunities with the Royal Dutch Company or any other company in the development of the Djambi oil fields in Sumatra.—Text, N. Y. Times, April 30, 1921, p. 13; London Times, May 2, 1921, p. 8; 15 Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

April 19, 1921. Great Britain-United States. Note sent to Great Britain denying that United States had directed American Consul at San José to have Costa Rica cancel the Amory oil concession several months before it was annulled.-Cur. Hist., June, 1921, v. 14: 538; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

April 20, 1921. Allied Powers, Germany-United States. Germany addressed a memorandum to President Harding asking mediation on reparation. Proposal declined, April 21.-Text of both notes, N. Y. Times, April 22, 1921, p. 1; Wash. Post, April 23, 1921, p. 1. Reply made public April 27, contained new proposals.—Text, Temps, April 28, 1921, p. 1; N. Y. Times, April 27, 1921, p. 1. April 30, Supreme Council met in London to consider question of Reparation.—London Times, May 2, 1921, p. 8. Secretary Hughes by note of May 2 informed Dr. Simons that German counter proposals are unacceptable as a basis for discussion.—Text, N. Y. Times, May 3, 1921, p. 1. Allied ultimatum sent to Berlin May 5, required reply by May 13.-Wash. Post, May 6, 1921, p. 1, 5. Allied ultimatum accepted on May 10 by Reichstag by vote of 221-175.—Wash. Post, May 11, 1921, p. 1; N. Y. Times, May 11, 1921, p. 1. Unconditional acceptance of Entente reparation terms delivered to Lloyd George.-Text. N. Y. Times, May 12, 1921, p. 1; Am Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

April 20, 1921. International Communications and Transit Conference. Barcelona conference which opened on March 10 adjourned, summary of work accomplished given by M. Hanotaux.—Temps, April 22, 1921, p. 1; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

April 20, 1921. Colombia-United States. Treaty signed at Bogota, April 6, 1914, for settlement of differences arising out of events which took place on Isthmus of Panama in November, 1903, was ratified by the United States Senate with amendments.-Cong. Rec., April 20, 1921, pp. 1-2, Text as passed: Cur. Hist., June, 1921, v. 14, p. 54; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

April 23, 1921. Nicaragua. Announces withdrawal from membership in League of Nations owing to expense involved.-Cur. Hist., June, 1921. v. 14: 535; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

April 26, 1921. Cable License Bill. S. 535 giving President of United States authority over cable landings on American shores passed Senate.Cong. Rec., April 26, 1921, p. 611; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

April 27, 1921. Siam-United States. Treaty concluded December 16, 1920, revising treaties heretofore existing between the two countries and protocol of same date, was ratified by United States Senate.-Text of Treaty, Cong. Rec., April 27, 1921, p. 663; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

April 27, 1921. Great Britain—United States. Supplementary extradition convention regarding desertion or non-support of minor or dependent children ratified by United States Senate.-Cong. Rec., April 27, 1921, p. 663; 15 Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

April 29, 1921. Netherlands. Second chamber of parliament voted adoption of Djambi oil field bill, thus barring bid of Standard Oil Company for a concession in the Sumatra oil region.-Wash. Post, April 30, 1921, p. 1; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

April 29, 1921. Italy-United States. Reply of Italy to United States note of April 5, as to the mandate over the Island of Yap, expressed entire accord with policies of United States as stated in American note.—Text, N. Y. Times, April 30, 1921, p. 3; Adv. of Peace, May, 1921, p. 131; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

April 30, 1921. Germany-United States. Knox peace resolution (S. J. Res. 16) introduced on April 23, passed the United States Senate with amendments by vote of 49-23.---Text, Cong. Rec., April 30, 1921, p. 829; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

May 1, 1921. Indo-China (French)—United States. United States, Navy Department inaugurated a commercial communication service between the two countries, via Hawaii and Philippines.-Evening Star, May 2, 1921; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

May 3, 1921. League of Nations Assembly. Summons sent to members of League for second session of Assembly to be opened at Geneva September 5, accompanied by provisional agenda containing 25 items which include 15 reports on various questions investigated by League committees.-N. Y. Times, May 4, 1921, p. 2; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

May 5, 1921. United States-Allied Powers. Formal invitation by Allied powers extended to the United States to be represented on Supreme Council Reparations Commission and Council of Ambassadors.

-Wash. Post, May 6, 1921, p. 1. Accepted in note of May 6.—Text, Wash. Post, May 7, 1921, p. 1. Text of both notes.--Adv. of Peace, May, 1921, p. 187; Am Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

May 9, 1921. Cuba–United States. President-Elect Zayas of Cuba announced desire to negotiate modification of commercial treaty now in force.-N. Y. Times, May 10, 1921, p. 2; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

May 10, 1921. Netherlands United States. Dutch Government's reply to American note concerning Djambi oil fields in Sumatra sent to Washington.-N. Y. Times, May 12, 1921, p. 4. Sunımary revised by Department State on May 12.-N. Y. Times, May 13, 1921, p. 16; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

May 11, 1921. Korea - United States. Appeal for recognition of Korean independence addressed to Secretary Hughes by Soon Hyun, diplomatic representative of Korea.-Wash. Post, May 12, 1921, p. 1; N. Y. Times, May 12, 1921, p. 4; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

May 11, 1921. Argentina—United States. Agreement reached at Buenos Aires for solution of difficulties causing boycott of Munson Line Steamship, Martha Washington, on March 29.—N. Y. Times, May 12, 1921, p. 8; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

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May 14, 1921. Great Britain-United States. Preliminary discussion, incident to resumption of negotiations for funding into long time obligations of Great Britain's $5,000,000,000 debt to United States, began in Washington.-Evening Star, May 15, 1921; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

May 14, 1921. Peru——United States. State Department sent note of inquiry to Peru regarding recent concession to Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company.-Wash. Post, May 16, 1921, p. 6; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

May 17-19, 1921. Disarmament Congress. Held in Chicago.-N. Y. Times, May 18, 1921, p. 2. It adopted resolution on May 19, urging the President to invite Great Britain and Japan to an immediate conference looking toward limitation of naval armaments.-N. Y. Times, May 20, 1921, p. 17; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

May 18, 1921. Poland—United States. Appeal of Poland of May 11, for support in Upper Silesian controversy and American reply of May 14 made public.-Text of both notes, Press Notice May 18, 1921; Wash. Post, May 19, 1921, p. 1; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

May 18, 1921. Japan--League of Nations. Negative reply received at League Secretariat from Japan to proposal for disarmament adopted by the League of Nations Assembly.-Wash. Post, May 19, 1921, p. 1; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

May 19, 1921. Immigration Restriction Bill. H. R. 4075 approved by President Harding. Public No. 5-67 Congress.-Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

May 19, 1921. Cable License Bill. S. 535, giving President authority over cables landing on American shores, signed by President Harding.Cong. Rec., June 1, 1921, p. 1940; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

May 23, 1921. Trading with the Enemy Act. War Trade Board Section of the Department of State announced amendment to General Enemy Trade License, effective May 23, authorizing all persons in United States to trade and communicate with all persons with whom trade and communication is prohibited by the Trading with the Enemy Act, subject to certain limitations.-War Trade Board R. 849; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

May 23, 1921. Japan-United States. Reply of Japan to Secretary
Hughes letter to the Powers of April 6 received at State Department.-
N. Y. Times, May 24, 1921, p. 5; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

May 23-30, 1921. Austria. Plan to save Austria as a nation sub-
mitted to Financial Committee of League of Nations at a meeting in
London, subject to ratification by Allied Governments and United
States.---Wash. Post, May 24, 1921, p. 5. Summary of work.-N. Y.
Times, May 31, 1921, p. 17; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

May 25, 1921. Central American Union. Pact signed on January 19, 1921 sent to League of Nations for registration.--Evening Star, May 26, 1921; Am Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

May 26, 1921. Sanitary Convention, Paris, December 3, 1903. Denunciation by United States May 26, 1921.—Cong. Rec., May 26, 1921, p. 1798; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

May 26, 1921. China-United States. Treaty of October 20, 1920, confirming application of a 5 per cent ad valorem rate of duty to imports of American goods into China by citizens of the United States, ratified by United States Senate.—Text Cong. Rec., May 26, 1921, p. 1791; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

May 27 to June 8, 1921. Mexico-United States. Proposed treaty of commerce and amity presented to President Obregon on May 27 by American Chargé d'Affaires at Mexico City Statement of policy issued by Secretary Hughes on June 8, 1921.—Text, Wash. Post, June 8, 1921, p. 1; Am. Jour Int. Law, July, 1921.

May 30, 1921. Canada-United States. Tariff corresponding to United
States Emergency measure put into effect in Canada.-N. Y. Times,
May 31, 1921, p. 17; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.
June 1, 1921. Netherlands United States. Arrival of new note from
United States on oil question announced at Hague.-N. Y. Times, June
2, 1921, p. 12; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

June 1, 1921. Chinese Consortium. Text of notes and memorandum
relating to the consortium and text of agreement of October 15, 1920,
made public.-Nation (N. Y.), June 1 and 8, 1921; Am. Jour. Int. Law,
July, 1921.
June 2, 1921. Permanent Court of International Justice. Secretary-
General of League of Nations sent circular to members of League asking
them to nominate candidates for membership in the court.-Wash. Post,
June 3, 1921, p. 5; Am. Jour. Int. Law, July, 1921.

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