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Message of the President, annual --
List of papers, in chronological order, with subjects of correspondence---
Territorial integrity of American States.
Interchange of professors and students among the universities of the
Invitation to the Panama-Pacific International Exposition to be held
in San Francisco in 1915-----
Death of the Vice President, James S. Sherman.-
Apprehension of fugitives from justice of foreign countries---
Copyright convention between the United States and Hungary-
Removal of discrimination against American lubricating oils.---
Message of the President, Marshal Hermes R. da Fonseca, to the
American international law; report of the United States delegates to
the International Commission of Jurists at Rio de Janeiro----
War with Turkey. (See Turkey.)
Permission of Congress to a United States Army officer to accept
service under a foreign government--
Revolution ; abdication of the Manchu rulers; establishment of a pro-
visional republican government; concerted action of the Powers;
correspondence concerning recognition of the Republic of China---
Chinese loan negotiations; conclusion of the Hukuang Railway loan;
correspondence concerning proposed currency-reform, industrial-
development, and reorganization loans; current-expense advances.-
International plan for defense of foreign settlements_-
Claims of American citizens against China ; joint procedure of the
Powers for presentation of claims...
Asylum requested at the American Legation; temporary refuge offered.
Search of foreign merchant vessels by rebel forces for contraband
Arrangement between the United States and France for reciprocal
protection in China of literary and artistic property--
Registration of the property of foreigners in China.-
Adoption of a national flag----
First International Opium Conference-
Message of the President, Don Carlos E. Restrepo, to the Congress--
Claim of Gonzalo Ramos Ruiz v. the United States.
Costa Rica :
Message of the President, Don Ricardo Jiménez, to the Congress_
Naturalization convention between the United States and Costa Rica.
Visit of the Secretary of State to Costa Rica ---
Veteranista agitation; attitude of the United States..
Negro uprising; attitude of the United States; protection of foreign