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United States Department of State / Papers relating to the foreign relations of the United States with the annual message of the president transmitted to Congress December 3, 1906. (In two parts)
(1906)

List of papers, with subjects of correspondence,   pp. LXI-CIV PDF (14.9 MB)


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From and to whom. 
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  1906. 
 do  Oct. 9 
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I 1906. 
Mr. Beauprd to Mr. Root.... Feb. 16 Mr. Portela to Mr. Root    Mar. 2 
Mr. Root to Mr. Portela   Mr. BeauprS to Mr. Root (telegram). 
Mr. Root to Mr. Beauprf (telegram). 
Mar. 8 Mar. 12 
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Mr. Portela to Mr. Root     Mar. 13 
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  LXILIST OF PAPERS, WITH SUBJECT OF CORRESPONDENCE. 
CIRCTJLARS. 
 1905. 
Circulars Nov. 7 
Jamestown celebration. Exposition and naval review to commemorate the tricentenary
of Jamestown. Invitation to foreign governments to participate in the. 
Same subject. Refers to circular of Nov. 7 and incloses for delivery invitation
to be represented by suitable exhibits. 
Admission of officers of American Republics to military schools of the United
States. Admission of military officers of American Republics to the Fort
Leavenworth and Fort Riley schools and the Army Medical School at Washington
will be granted by the War Department to a limited number. 
Exequaturs for Panaman consuls. Exequaturs for Panaman consuls shall be applied
for by the consul-general of Panama, or in the absence of such an officer,
by the American diplomatic representative or by the direct request of the
consul. 
Louisiana Purchase Exposition. Refers to joint resolution of Congress of
Mar. 3, 1905, and instructs to convey expression of grateful appreciation
of the Government and people of the United States for the invaluable aid
contributed by the respective participating countries. 
Citizenship and naturalization. Quotes order of the Secretary of State constituting
a board to inquire into questions of citizenship and naturalization, and
gives list of questions, answers to which are desired, for the use of the
board. 
Shanghaiing. Incloses act of June 28, to prohibit in the United States. 
Recognition of consuls-general at large. Directs that steps be taken to secure
the recognition of consuls-general at large so that they may be enabled to
take charge of a consular office when it is found such action is necessary,
under the act of Apr. 5, 1906. Incloses list and record of present consuls-general
at large together with copy of commission issued to them. 
ARGENTINE REPUBLIC. 
Laws regulating the practice of the professions. Argentine graduates of United
States colleges 
will not be subject to requirements reported in dispatch No. 274. 
Visit of Secretary Root to South American Republics. Extends invitation to
Secretary Root to visit the Argentine Republic. 
Same subject. Accepts, with great pleasure, invitation in note of Mar. 2.
Death of President Quintana and succession of Vice-President Alcorta to the
Presidency. Reports death of President Quintana. 
Same subject. Directs him to suitably express in the President's name sincere
condolence with 
family of the late President and his sympathy with the Argentine Government
and people in the loss they have sustained. 
Same subject. Announces death of President Quintana and states that Vice-President
Alcorta 
has assumed the executive power. 


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