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PAPERS RELATING TO THE

'FOREIGN RELATIONS

OF THE UNITED STATES,

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CONTENTS

(For alphabetical subject index see end of volurae.l

Page

Mesace of the Piesident annual ix

List of papers with subjects of correspondence xxxi

firculare:

Expatriation 1

Declaration of foreign-born children 2

Kegistration of citizens of Porto Rico and the Philippine Islands 2

Rules to prevent collision of vessels 3

Argentina:

Message of the President 4

Argentine flour. (See Brazil.)

Construction of the "most favored nation" clause in commercial treaties.. 4

Presentation of a statue of George Washington to Argentina by American

citizens resident there 5

Celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of the tirth of Don Domingo

Faustino Sarmiento President of Argentina. 1868-1873 7

Joint correspondence of Argentina, Brazil, and the United States relating

to the Peru-Ecuador boundary dispute. (See Ecuador.)

Visit of the Argentine school ship Sarmiento 9

Aurtria-Hungary:

Extradition ol Joseph and Jacob Goldberg, granted by Austria as an act of

comity 10

Trial of military fugitives by military courts in extradition cases 11

Belgium:

Recognition by Belgium of American vice and deputy consul general at

Boma, Kongo 13

Merging of tht consular representation of the Kongo State with consular

reprasentation of Belgium 13

Third International Conference on Maritime Law, Sessiou of 1910 14

Brazil:

Messase of the President 29

Preferential tariff concessions in favor of American products 30

Arbitration convention between the United States and Brazil 34

Joint correspondence of Argentina, Brazil, and the United States relating
to the Peru-Ecuador boundary dispute. (See Ecuador.)

Thile:

Message of the President 37

Participation in the correspondence concerning the Peru-Ecuador boundary
dispute. (See Ecuador.)

The Abopa'-ard 38

China:

Joint International Commission for the investigation of the opium question

in the Far East 54

The plague in Manchuria 56

Naturalization of Chinese by other Governments 64

Illegal taxation of foreign products in Manchurian Provinces 72

Payment of Changsha indemnity claims 79
China— Continued. Page

Rusao-Jaiunese agreement as to railways in Manchuria 81

Right of foreigners to own land in Tientsin outside of concessions 82

Visit of the < hinese cruiser Hai t hi 83

Loan negotiations 86

Colombia:

Message of th-> President: extract as to relations between Colombia. Pan- 87

una. and the United States

Treaties 1 etween ( olombia, Panama, and the United States regarding the

Canal 88

Participation in the correspondence concerning the Peru-Ecuador bound-
ary dispute. (See Ecuador.)

Costa Rica:

Rebuilding of the Central American Court of Justice 89

Convention regarding the transfer of residence of the Central American

Court of Justice 93

Cuba:

Naval Station at Guantanamo 110

Proposal of France. Germany, and Great Britain to arbitrate certain insur-

rectionary claims arising prior to 1898 • 126

Claims for the cost of intervention in Cuba, 1906-1909 132

Sovereignty of the Isle of Pines 135

Reciprocity treaty: proposal to amend and prolong it 94

Sugar: proposal to adhere to the Brussels Convention 100

Tol.-acco: proposal to alter tariff rates 108

Dominican Republic-

Message of the President: extract concerning the friendly offices of the

United States in the Voundary dispute with Haiti 138

Tariff modifications under the treaty of 1907 139

Boundary dispute with Haiti 151

Assault on an American inspector 167

Assault on an American commandinc officer 168

Revolutionary movements 171

Assassination of President Caceres: succession of Provisional President

Victoria 174

Ecuador:

Message of the President.... 176

P...undue-' dispute with Peru: mediation of the United States 177

Revolution; overthrow of President Alfaro; inauguration of President

Estrada 186

Death of President Estrada 187

France:

Extradition treaty between France and the United States 189

International arrangement regarding the suppression of the circulation of

obscene publications 194

Germany:

Export duty levied by Germany on potash salts 198

Presentation of a Btatue of Gen. von. Steuben 243

Great Britain:

Convention XII of the Second Hague Peace Conference regarding the crea-

tion of an International Prize Court, and an additional protocol thereto .. 247

Coronation of His Majesty King George V 251

Treaty with United States providing for the preservation and protection

of fur seals 256
Great Britain—Continued. Page.

Special agreement concerning arbitration of pecuniary claims 266

Minutes of conferences as to application of the award of September 7, 1910,

North Atlantic Coast Fisheries Arbitration, to existing regulations of

Canada and Newfoundland 271

Minutes of conferences as to objections of the United States to existing laws

and fisheries regulations of Canada as recorded in Protocol XXX, Pro-

ceedings of North Atlantic Coast Fisheries Arbitration 272

Guatemala:

Right of American citizens arrested in Guatemala and kept "incomunicado"

to inform American diplomatic and consular officers of their detention;

right to communicate freely in other eases 274

Haiti:

Boundary dispute with the Dominican Republic. (See Dominican Repub-

lic.)

Revolution in Haiti 281

Recognition of the Leoonte Government 288

Temporary refuge offered President Simon 285

Honduras:

Revolution; friendly mediation of the United States 291

Resignation of President D&vila; Congressional election of Provisional

President Bertrand; national election of President Bonilla 302

Status of the ship Hornet 307

Prosecution of citizens of the United States for engaging in illegal expedi-

tion 307

Italy:

War with Turkey; declaration of neutrality of the United States 308

Medical inspection of Italian immigrants 309

International Expositions at Rome and Turin; participation of the United

States 312

Japan:

Treaty and protocol between the United States and Japan—Commerce and

navigation , 315

^Extraterritorial jurisdiction in Chosen; validity of consular records; con-

trol of funds and property of foreign settlements; consular jurisdiction

over Americans under arrest or condemned to imprisonment; changes

in the place of their detention and in the trial court 320

Extradition of criminals from and to the Philippine Islands 336

Liberia:

Extract from the President's Message 337'

The Liberia-Sierra Leone boundary 338

The Franco-Liberian boundary 342

Financial reforms 342

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