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TABLE OF CONTENTS.

(For alphabetical index see end of volume.]

Page

Message of the President...

XI

List of papers, with subjects of correspondence.

XXXV

Circulars

1-12

Passports-intent to return to the United States..

1

Passports for persons residing or sojourning abroad..

1

Charge of diplomatic mission in the absence of its head: Construction of

article 19 of Instructions to Diplomatic Officers.

4

Charges against diplomatic and consular officers..

5

Cessation of military occupation of Cuba by the United States.

6

Protection of Cuban interests by United States consular officials

6

Passports to residents of insular possessions of the United States

6

Argentine Republic

13-24

Extracts from message of President of Argentine Republic

13

Adjustment of difficulty between Argentine Republic and Chile.

18

Refusal to exempt operators of Central and South American Telegraph

Company from military service

23

Protection of Cuban interests by United States consular officials.

24

Austria-Hungary.

25-72

Passage through United States of remains of late Mexican minister to

Austria-Hungary.

25

Agreement between Russia and China relative to Manchuria.

26

Raising of United States legation to Austria-Hungary and Austro-

Hungarian legation to the United States to embassies.

27

Right of widow of Austro-Hungarian soldier to pension..

33

Political, social, and commercial relations between the United States and

Austria-Hungary..

34

Protection of Cuban interests by United States consular officials...

36

Admission into Austria-Hungary of proprietary preparations of American

manufacture

37

Jews in Roumania-discriminations against, condition of helplessness to

which they are reduced, and objection of United States Government to

immigration of such persong

42

Sending of Hungarian national banner to the United States.

45

Accident to President Roosevelt....

48

Status of naturalized United States citizens of Austro-Hungarian origin

returning to their native country-Retention by Hungarian officials of

passport and certificate of nauralization of Josef Janco.

49

Military service case of Joseph Kristof.

61

Military service cases of Joseph Knopp, Jacob Friedberg, Harry Schmierie,

Michael Tenzer, and Frank Howrka..

63

Passport application of Moses Lilienthal

65

Passport application of Theodor F. Alexander.

67

Passport application of Armin Freiman

69

Passport application of Harry Frommer..

70

Belgium ...

73-100

Fine on Belgian steamship Belgika in the Philippine Islands.

73

Sugar bounty conference-text of convention....

80

Riots and strikes in Belgium over question of suffrage-brief sketch of

electoral system...

85

Protection of Cuban interests by United States consular officials.

86

Belgium-Continued.

Page,

Treaty between the United States of America and the Kingdom of Bel-

gium for the mutual extradition of fugitives from justice

87

An additional act, concluded at Brussels December 14, 1900, by the pleni-

potentiaries of the United States and other countries, for the protection

of industrial property, modifying the industrial property convention of

March 20, 1883.

92

Accident to President Roosevelt

97

Death of the Queen of Belgium

98

Protection of Belgian interests in Haiti by United States naval vessel

98

Attempt on life of King of Belgium

99

Bolivia

101, 102

Protection of Cuban interests by United States consular officials.

101

Protection of British interests in Bolivia by United States officials.

101

Brazil.

103-115

Treaty submitting to arbitration the question of the boundary between

Brazil and British Guiana...

103

Inadvisability of American emigration to the Upper Amazon region. 105

Protection of Cuban interests by United States consular officials..

106

Inheritance tax on estate of Baron Thomsen ...

107

Inauguration of President Alves-address of United States minister and

President's reply-exchange of courtesies between officers of U. S. S.

Iowa and Brazilian officials

114

Chile....

116-128

Relations between the United States and Chile.

116

Courtesies to United States battle ships Iowa and Wisconsin

119

Protection of Cuban interests by United States consular officials.

121

Treaty between the United States and Chile providing for the extradition

of criminals.....

122

Chile-Argentine treaty.

126

China ..

129-283

Restoration of silver bullion seized by United States forces at Tientsin... 129

Protection of native Christians by missionaries...

131

Protection of missionaries by United States naval forces

138

Rehabilitation of Chang Yin-huan

140

Return of the Chinese court to Pekin..

142

Mutual embarrassments of United States and Russian officials at Niu-

chwang-conflict between United States seamen and Russian officials-

delays in transmission of telegrams, etc

145

Riots, uprisings, massacres, etc.

159

Reform edicts aiming at reorganization of institutions of learning and res-

toration of friendly intercourse with foreigners.

181

Restoration of Tientsin to Chinese authorities

184

Request of taot'ai of Kiukiang for recall of native missionaries...

202

Audience of diplomatic corps with Emperor and Empress Dowager of

China, and reception by the latter of the ladies of the diplomatic corps. 205

Reform edicts removing prohibition of marriage between Manchus and

Chinese, and providing for selection of students to be sent abroad ..... 208

Arguments against the United States laws for the exclusion of Chinese... 209

Protection denied to H. Krippendorf, who had merely declared intention

to become a citizen of the United States...

221

Question of establishment of United States post-offices in China, and col-

lection of additional duty on articles that have already been entered into

China

222

Refusal of Chinese Government to issue passports for travel in Thibet.. 226

Student interpreters in China

227

Protection of Cuban interests by United States consular officials.

234

Exclusion of Chinese-refusal of Treasury Department to modify certain

regulations

236

Reception of Rear-Admiral Frederick Rodgers, U. S. N., by the Emperor

and Empress Dowager..

240

Vicarious punishment of relatives in China of Chinese naturalized citizens

of the United States.

244

Decree disarming natives of Chihli

254

Monopoly of camphor trade in Fukien granted to a Japanese company.. 255

Protection of Chinese at Panama by United States officials

262
China-Continued.

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Admission of Chinese into Cuba..

263

Proclamation denouncing Boxer practices as heresy.

266

Death of Viceroy Liu K’un-yi.....

267

Convention and arrangement between Russia and China respecting Man-

churia..

271

Commencement of evacuation of nchuria by Russia..

281

Colombia..

284-319

Seizure of vessels of, and alleged discriminations against American enter-

prises in Colombia..

281

Protection of Roberto Beck, a Swiss citizen, by United States officials in

Colombia ...

289

Death of President Sanclemente..

292

Reopening of United States missionary schools at Barranquilla, Bogotá,

and Medellin, closed by Colombian authorities.....

293

Rights of United States citizens in Colombia as to expropriation of prop-

erty

301

Neutrality of aliens-“certificates of neutrality” not to be issued by lega-

tions to United States citizens..

313

Protection of Cuban interests by United States consular officials.

318

Protection by United States consular officers of Chinese on the Isthmus of

Panama

318

Cuba .....

320-364

Establishment of independent government in Cuba...

320

Message from the President of the United States commending timely

consideration of measures for maintaining diplomatic and consular

representatives in Cuba and for carrying out the provisions of the act

making appropriation for the support of the Army for the fiscal year

ending June 30, 1902.,

320

Reception of minister of the United States

322

Resolution of United States Senate congratulating Cuban Republic on its

appearance among the nations of the world..

324

Resolution of Cuban House of Representatives thanking Government and

people of the United States for assistance

325

Announcement of establishment of Cuban Republic

326

Courtesies of Cuban Government on occasion of anniversary of inde-

pendence of the United States.

327

Protection of Cuban interests by United States consular officials

329

Messages of the President of Cuba to Congress.

333

Ceremonies attending hauling down of United States flag at Matanzas. 350

Amnesty granted American citizens who committed crimes in Cuba during

intervention period..

351

Exclusion of Chinese from Cuba

352

Suspension of tonnage dues on Cuban vessels.

354

Diplomatic immunities: Testimony of United States diplomatic represent-

atives in foreign courts.

355

Accident to President Roosevelt.

356

Law establishing procedure for obtaining Cuban citizenship.

356

Relations between Cuba and the United States

358

Denmark.

365-380

Protection of Danish interests in Salvador by United States officials. 365

Treaty between the United States and the Kingdom of Denmark for the

extradition of fugitives from justice.

368

Liability of naturalized citizens of the United States to military service in

Denmark

372

Protection of Cuban interests by United States consular officials

373

Accident to President Roosevelt

373

Courtesies to U. S. S. Chicago and Albany.

373

Military-service case of James Nelson..

375

Effect of the continued residence of naturalized United States citizens in

the country of origin

377

Military-service cases of James John Hansen and Anton Miller..

378

Dominican Republic...

381-385

Visit of Gen. Maximo Gomez to Santo Domingo, during which relics of

Christopher Columbus were exhibited....

Protection denied Porto Ricans engaged in insurrection against Dominican

Government

382

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