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Mr. Luang Sanpakitch to, July 21 Coristic: Kog Vas Vainrudb of Sian. The . Mr. x.

King wall spride the presence of a speraal

represisire shisi... 21 Mr. Koi to Mr. Loang Aug. 11 Sane sot. The United States will be approprii Saunakilch.

stely resecented on this masin. Mr. Adee to Mr. King tele- Oct. 35 821e sem. Letter medising him xs special ! gram).

representative of the President at the aromatan

I has been maled to day.
Same to sane (telegram)... Nov. 7 Sarne subject. Col. Les Fehiper, United States

Army, will assist you at the arcntin.
Mr. Knoxto Mr. King tele- Xov. 17 Same subject. App intment as special represents.
Tain).

tive of the President at the coronation
President Taft to the King Dec. 1 Samne subject. Felicitations....
of Siarn (

tegram). The King of Siam ) Presi- Dec. 2 Same suhject. Acknowledges above telegram with dent Tait (telegram).

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1911. Mr. Riaño to Mr. Knox.... Mar. 2 Interpretation of the extradition treaty of 1904 be

tween the United States and Spain. Requests

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extradition, of Tomás Loscesta and Lazareto Calvo. Mr. Knox 10 Mr. Riaño.... Mar. 3 Samne subject. Advises him of the procedure neces

sary to effect the arrest of the fugitives.
Mr. Riaño to Mr. Knox.... Mar. 8 Same subject. Complains of the actions of United

States Commissioner Shields in declining to act
unless legal counsel is employed in behalf of the

Spanish Government.
Mr. Wilson to Mr. Wicker-

Same subject. Advises him of the above and re-
sham (telegram).

quests that the United States attorney at New
York be instructed to assist the Spanish consul

general.
34 Mr. Wilson to Mr. Riaño... ...do..... Same subject. Advises him of the above.......
Same to samo............. Mar. 17 Same subject. Incloses letter from the Attorney

General showing that Commissioner Shields de-
clined to act because the Spanish consul general
could not furnish sufficient information to warrant

the arrest of the women.
Mr. Riaño to Mr. Knox.... Mar. 18 Same subject. Submits argument claiming that the

provisions of the treaty have not been observed by
reason of the requirements of the extradition magis-

trate, which are wholly foreign to the treaty.
37 | Mr. Knox to Mr. Riaño.... Mar. 27 Same subject. Refutes above argument, citing refer-

ences.
Mr. Riaño to Mr. Knox.... Sept. 28 Interpretation of article 23 of the treaty of July 3,

1902, between the Unived States and Spain. The
Spanish Government accepts the position of the
United States as interpreted in de partment's noto

of Dec. 7. 1910.
Same to same......... ....do..... Interpretation of article 27 of the treaty of July 3,

1902, between the United States and Spain. States
that the courts of the State of New York decline to
surrender an estate of a deceased Spanish subject
to the Spanish consul general unless a bond be first
filed. Asks that steps be taken to have the court

desist from its demand.
83 Mr. Adee to Mr. Riaño..... Oct. 21 Same subject. There is no provision in the treaty

authorizing Spanish consular officers to collect
estates of deceased Spanish subjects without filing
a bond as required by local law, nor is there such a

rule of international law.
87 Mr. Knox to Mr. Riaño.... Nov. 7 Same subject. The department believes that the

demand of the New York court for a bond in the
case in question will be found to be not an unusual
or unreasonable procedure.

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1910. Mr. Martin to Mr. Knox.... July 29

July 29 Adhesion of Turkey to the Red Cross Convention of

1906, and use of the Red Crescent as the emblem
of her sanitary service. The Ottoman Government
willstrictly adhere to the principle of reciprocity,
and will respect the Red Cross in Turkey in the
same manner as the Rod Crescent is respected in

other countries.
69 Mr. Knox to Mr. Ritter .... May 3 Same subject. The above note has been communi

cated to the War Department. Mr. Ritter to Mr. Knox....

Same subject. The Russian Government has in

formed his Government that it has no objection to the granting of the power to the Turkish Governmnent to use the Red Crescent in the case of war onl

land.

1911.

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1911. n1 Mr. Knox to Mr. Ritier ....

Same subject. The above note has been communi.

cated to the War Department and the American

National Red Cross.
Mr. Knox to Mr. Ehrens. Aug. 2Same subject. The Government of the United States
vard.

is disposed to accord recognition to the Red Cres-
cent on the condition of a similar mutual recogni-

tion of the Red Cross by the Ottoman Government. Xr. Martin to Mr. Knox... Sept. 11 Same subject. The Swiss Federal Council asks the

Governments signatory to the Geneva Convention
of 1906 to notify it whether they will, within their
territories, extend the same protection to the Red

Crescent as is enjoyed by the Red Cross.
Yr. Martin to Mr. Knox,... Oct. 5 Interpretation of the extradition treaty of 1900 be-

tween the United States and Switzerland. States
that his Government has been asked to pay certain
fees in extradition cases in contravention of Article

XIIJ of the treaty.
89 | Mr. Knox to Mr. Martin.... Nov. 13 | Same subject. Incloses copy of a letter from the

Department of Justice stating that the fees re-
ferred to were inadvertently charged.

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1910.
259 Xr. Philip to Mr. Knox.... Oct. 17 Expulsion of C. Telford Erickson, American citizen,

from Albania, by Turkish authorities. Reports
facts in thecase, his protest to the Ottoman foreign
office, which remains unanswered, and advises
that the Ottoman Government be held strictly
responsible for this unwarranted treatment of an

American citizen.
Mr. Adee to Mr. Philip | Nov. 1 Same subiect. Instructs to press for immediate re-
(telegram).

moval of restraints against the return of Erickson
to Elbassan and to reserve all rights in regard to

damages. Mr. Knox to Mr. Carter | Nov. 28 | Same subject. Instructs to report status of the case; 1 (telegram).

also to investigate reported arrest of Erickson at

Monastir, and to take appropriate action. Mr. Carter to Mr. Knox Nov. 29 Same subject. Strong protest was made in regard to (telegram).

the arrest of Erickson at Monastir, and the Govern

ment promised immediate investigation. Mr. Knor to Mr. Carter | Nov. 30 Same subject. Instructs to insist upon immediate (telegram).

reply to the representations made by the embassy. | Mr. Carier to Mr. Knox.......do..... Same subject. Incloses copies of his notes to the

foreign office in the case. Same to same (telegram).. Dec. 4 Same subject. The foreign office states that the re

turn of Erickson to Elbassan is impossible on ac

count of the disturbed conditions there. 289 Same to same .................do.... Same subject. Reports status of case in detail and

incloses correspondence with the foreign office. Mr. Adee to Mr. Carter Dec. 5 Same subject. If Erickson returns to Elbassan, in(telegram).

form the Ottoman Government that it will be held

responsible for his safety
175 Mr. Koox to Mr. Carter .... Dec. 8 Same subject. The Ottoman ambassador here has

stated that his Government willassent to and facili.
tate the return of Erickson to Elbassan as soon as

normal conditions are reestablished there.
Mr. Carter to Mr. Knox ...do.....! Same subiect. Erickson will not return to Elbassan
(telegram).

at present, but will go to Monastir to rejoin his

family.

1911.
Mr. Knox to Mr. Carter | Jan. 3 | Same subject. To avoid futile argument with the
(telegram).

Ottoman Government, intructs him to endeavor to
obtain a note from that Government expressing
regret, whereupon the incident may be considered

closed.
310 | Wr. Carter to Mr. Knox.... Jan. 31 Same subject. Incloses note of regret from the Otto-

man foreign office. Mr. Knox to Mr. Carter | Feb. 28 Same subject. This Government is disposed to re(telegram).

gard the Erickson case as closed.

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1910. Mr. Carpenter to Mr. Knox Oct. 26 Arbitration of the case of the Orinoco Steamship Co.

against Venezuela. Text of sward. 640 Mr. Whitehouse to Mr. Dec. 20 Same subject. Incloses check in payment of the Knox.

sward.

1911. Mr. Knox to Mr. Matos.... Feb. 27 Celebration of the first centenary of the independence

of Venezuela. The President has signified his in

tention to be specially represented on the occasion. ............. May 10

Message of the President of Venezuela to Congress.

Passages relating to the United States quoted.
35 Mr. Garrett to Mr. Knox... May 29 Celebration of the first centenary of the independence

of Venezuela. Incloses program of the festivities.
The President will place a wreath on the statuo
of Washington on July 4. Suggests that he be
authorized to place & wreath on the statue of Bol-

Ivar
Mr. Wilson to Mr. Garrett June 12 Same subject. The President has designated Mr.
(telegram).

Thomas C. Dawson as special ambassador for this
occasion and Capt. Marsh, United States Navy,

naval attaché.
Mr. Knox to Mr. Garrett June 16 Same subject. The ambassador will reside at the
(telegram).

house reserved by the Venezuelan Government.
Instructs to extend invitations to a lunch and a
dinner to be given by the ambassador. who will

also place a wreath on the statue of Bolívar.
Mr. Garrett to Mr. Knox | June 20 | Same subject. Submits program for entertainments
(telegram).

at the legation and the temporary embassy. President Tart to President July 6 Same subject. Felicitations.

Gómez (telegram).
President Gomez to Presi- July 6 Same subject. Acknowledges above telegram, with
dent Taft (telegram).

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CORRESPONDENCE.

CIRCULARS.

EXPATRIATION.

File No. 136.2/35a.

No. 77. General Instruction Consular. Rule (d) under which the presumption arising under section 2 of the

act of March 2, 1907, may be overcome.

DEPARTMENT OF STATE,

Washington, November 18, 1911. To the American diplomatic and consular officers (including consular

agents).

GENTLEMEN : In view of the decision of the Attorney General communicated to you in the circular instruction of December 22, 1910, entitled “ Expatriation," the following rule (d) is adopted as supplementary to rules (a), (b), and (c), prescribed in the circular instruction of April 19, 1907, whereunder the presumption of expatriation arising against a naturalized citizen under the provision of the second paragraph of section 2 of the act of March 2, 1907, may be overcome, namely, by his presenting to a diplomatic or consular officer proof establishing the following fact:

(d) That he has made definite arrangements to return immediately to the United States for permanent residence.

When a naturalized citizen against whom the presumption has arisen has failed previously to present evidence sufficient under rules (a), (6), and (c) to overcome it, but applies to a diplomatic or consular officer for a passport, such officer should require positive evidence of some kind, besides the man's bare allegation, first, that he intends to return forthwith to this country, and has actually made his arrangements to do so, and, second, that his intended return is for permanent residence and not merely for a temporary visit. In this connection the disposition of his property and effects, the arrangements in regard to his family, if he has one, and the steps taken to obtain passage to the United States are to be considered; and, whenever practicable, the exhibition of the applicant's steamship ticket should be required.

Under the circumstances mentioned a passport may be issued to the person concerned by a diplomatic officer or consular officer authorized to issue emergency passports if he needs it to enable him to

* See Foreign Relations, 1910, p. 3.

See Foreign Relations, 1907, p. 8.

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