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June, 1910.
14424 THIRD WORLD'S MISSIONARY CONGRESS held at Edinburgh,

Times, June 18; Outlook, 95:355, 459, and Brown: The World's
Missionary Congress at Edinburgh, 95:558; Stimson: The Great
Conference in Edinburgh, Independent, 69:16–20; Fahs: The
Edinburgh Conference, American R. of Reviews, 42:187-9;
Bryan, The World Missionary Movement, Outlook, 95:823–826.

The first congress met in London; the second in New York.
16 MEXICO-RUSSIA. Proclamation by the President of the com-

mercial convention signed at St. Petersburg October 2/Septem-
ber 19, 1909. Approved by Senate of Mexico, November 22,
1909; by the Emperor of Russia, April 16, 1910. Text in Diario

Oficial, June 22, 1910.
21 GREAT BRITAIN—MONTENEGRO. Ratifications exchanged at Cet-

tinje, of Convention of Commerce and Navigation signed at Cet-
tinje, January 11, 1910. Treaty ser., No. 19, 1910; Supplement

to this JOURNAL, p. 314.
21-23 FOURTH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF CHAMBERS OF COM-

MERCE AND INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION held at London. Times,
June 6; Mém. dipl., June 26; Daily Consular and Trade Reports,
13:849; Monthly B. of the Chamber of Commerce of the State of
New York, June, 1910. Former congresses were held at Liege,
1905; Milan, 1906; and Prague, 1908. In 1912, in the United

States.
22 ECUADOR—UNITED STATES. Ratifications exchanged at Washing-

ton of the Arbitration Convention signed at Washington, January
7, 1909. Proclaimed, June 23, 1910. U. S. Treaty ser., No.

549; Supplement to this JOURNAL, P. 347.
23 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE FOR THE UNIFICATION OF THE LAW

RELATING TO BILLS OF EXCHANGE met at The Hague. Times,

June 24; Mém. dipl., June 26, July 10.
25 UNITED STATES. Joint resolution approved authorizing the ap-

pointment of a commission in relation to universal peace. Stats.
of U. S. Second Session of Sixty-first Congress, Supplement to
this JOURNAL, p. 347, An American Peace Commission, Inde-
pendent, 68:1455–6; Problems before the Peace Commission, do,
69:93-94; Holt: The United States Peace Commission, North
American R., 192; 301-316.

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June, 1910. 27 BELGIUM-NETHERLANDS. The commission for the study of

economic questions met at Brussels. Mém. dipl., July 3. This

is the third conference. 27-30 ZIONIST CONFERENCE met at Berlin. This meeting took the

place of an international congress this year. Times, July 4. 28 CANADA—UNITED STATES. International Waterways Commission

met in Toronto, to take up question of the entire water boundary. R. of Reviews, 42:154.

July, 1910. 1 JAPAN. Port Arthur (Dairen) opened to shipping of all nations.

Times, July 2; Mém. dipl., July 31-August 7. 1 JAPAN-MEXICO. Convention for the direct exchange of money

orders between the two countries signed at Mexico, February 28, 1910, and at Tokyo, on the 11th day of the 4th month of the 43d year of Meiji, takes effect. Approved by Mexican Senate, May 16, and ratified by the President, June 9. Text in Diario oficial, June

25; L'Union Postale, 35:144. 1 HUNGARY UNITED STATES. Parcel-Post Convention between the

respective Postal Administrations signed at Budapest, May 15, 1910, and at Washington, June 27, 1910, goes into effect. Daily

Consular and Trade Reports, August 31. 1 BELGIUM. Kongo reforms go into effect. They include: (1) re

duction of taxes, collected in money and not paid by labor; (2) native officials instead of white; (3) restriction of obligatory labor to works for the improvement of their own conditions; and (4) suppression of polygamy. R. of Reviews, 41:540; Independent, 68:839; Le Congo Belge, R. des Deux Mondes, 58:807–845; Morel: Belgium, Britain and the Congo, Nineteenth Century,

167:407-425. 4 JAPAN–RUSSIA. Convention signed at St. Petersburgh regarding

the railroad situation in Manchuria. Times, July 6, text, July 13; The Far Eastern R., 7:38; The Russo-Japanese Convention, J. American Asiatic Association, 10:204; New York Tribune, July 6; North China Herald, 96:65 and 117; American R. of Reviews, 42:158–159; Russia and Japan in Manchuria, Nation, 91:26; Zumoto, Japan in Manchuria, Independent, 68:846-851. Mém. dipl., July 10, 17-24, text; SUPPLEMENT, p. 279.

July, 1910. 4 INTERNATIONAL RAILWAY CONGRESS opened at Berne. Mém. dipl.,

July 10; Times, (Supplement) July 6. 4-8 INTERNATIONAL SWEDENBORG CONGRESS met at London. Times,

July 5-9.
INTERNATIONAL AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITION opened at Buenos

Aires. Times, July 8. 8 CRETE. The Consuls of the four protecting powers, France, Great

Britain, Italy, and Russia, handed the Cretan Government an ultimatum as to the seating of the Mussulman delegates without requiring them to take the oath. On July 11 the Cretan Government officially announced its submission to the conditions laid down by the powers. Times, July 11, 12; Contemporary R., 535: 119–128; La question cretoise, Q. dipl., 14:186; En Crete,La

R. de Paris, 17:419-448. 10-August 25 FOURTH PAN-AMERICAN CONFERENCE held at Buenos

Aires. B. A. R., August and September; Outlook, 95:329; De
Lavalle: El Programa de la Cuarta Conferencia Internacional
American,R. Americana, 1:182-212. First Conference, Wash-

ington, 1889; second, Mexico, 1901; third, Rio de Janeiro, 1906. 11 GREAT BRITAIN-NETHERLANDS. Ratifications exchanged at Lon

don, of convention signed at London, December 16, 1909, renew

ing for five years the Arbitration convention of February 15,

1905. Treaty ser., No. 20, 1910. See Treaty ser., No. 19, 1905. 12 FRANCE. Circular issued relative to the delivery of international

route certificates according to the terms of the convention relative to the circulation of automobiles, signed at Paris, October 11,

1909. J. O., July 21. 13 FRANCE-SWITZERLAND. Exchange of notes regarding the renewal

for two years of the arbitration convention concluded December

14, 1904. J.O., July 24. 17 JAPAN. Notification of termination of Japan's commercial treaties

have been sent to all European countries with which she has such

agreements. Times, July 19. 18–22 SEVENTH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF EDITORS held at Amster

dam. Droit D'auteur, 23:44, 103–110. Previous congresses have met at (1) Paris, 1896; (2) Brussels, 1897; (3) London, 1899; (4) Leipzig, 1901; (5) Milan, 1906; and (6) Madrid, 1908. Publishers Weekly, August 13.

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July, 1910.
19 INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF STUDENTS opened at Bogota.

FRANCE. Decree and regulations issued relative to the creation of

an office of foreign legislation and of international law. Text and also the names of the members of the comité in J. O., July 27;

Mém. dipl., July 31-August 7. 24–26 SECOND INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF THE PERIODICAL PRESS

met at Brussels. R. Economique Int., 7:11:398. 26 FRANCE-NETHERLANDS. Decree issued approving the convention

signed at Paris, December 29, 1909, proroguing the arbitration convention signed at Paris, April 6, 1904. Ratifications were

exchanged at Paris, July 5, 1910. J. O., July 31. 27 AUSTRIA-SERVIA. A treaty of commerce was signed at Belgrade.

Mém. dipl., July 31-August 7. 27-31 INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCES met at Brussels. R. Economique Int., 7:11:399.

OTIS G. STANTON.

PUBLIC DOCUMENTS RELATING TO INTERNATIONAL LAW

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Canal Zone, Isthmus of Panama, Executive order concerning civil action in courts of Canal Zone in cases in which parties are alien nonresidents or citizens of the United States transiently in Canal Zone. No. 1231. 1 p. July 28, 1910.

Chinese indemnity, Report on proposed amendment to joint resolution for remission of portion of. June 2, 1910. 1 p. H. of R. Comm. on For. Rel. (H. rp. 1611.)

Consular service, Information regarding appointments and promotions in. 1910. 21 p.

1910. 21 p. Dept of State. (Appointments Bureau.) Copyright, Proclamation of President extending benefits of, to subjects of Luxemburg. No. 1056. June 29, 1910. 1 p.

Diplomatic and consular service of the United States; corrected to July 5, 1910. 46 p. Dept. of State.

Diplomatic service, Information regarding appointments and promotions in. 1910. 13 p. Dept. of State. (Appointments Bureau.)

Ecuador, Arbitration convention between United States and. Signed at Washington, January 7, 1909; proclaimed June 23, 1910. 5 p. [English and Spanish.] Dept. of State. (Treaty series No. 549.)

Foreign Relations, Papers relating to, with annual message of the President. 1910.

1910. 2 pts. Cloth, each pt. 65c.

(H. dọc. 1, 60th Cong. 1st sess.) Fur-bearing animals, Regulations for protection of, in Alaska. June, 1910. 1 p. Dept. of Commerce and Labor, Circular No. 206. (Bureau of Fisheries.)

Immigrants, Information for. 1909. [Reprint 1910, with slight changes.] 26 p. Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization.

Immigration and naturalization laws. Hearings, January 20-May 21, 1910. 522 p. H. of R. Comm. on Immigration and Naturalization.

Immigration laws and regulations of July 1, 1907. 9th ed. July 12, 1910. 93 p. Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization. Paper, 10c.

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