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United States Department of State / Papers relating to the foreign relations of the United States, 1919
(1919)

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Costa Rica-Continued.
Tinoco, Federico-Continued.
Surrender of power to Quir6s, 837-
838, 848, 849-8850, 851, 855, 856
Tinoco, Joaquin, 803, 808, 831, 836,
838, 848, 849, 850
Traveling salesmen, convention With
the United States to facilitate
the work of, 45n
Treaties and conventions:
Central American treaty of 1907,
references to, 827, 828, 830,
844, 846, 847-848, 852
Convention with the United States
to facilitate the work of trav-
eling salesmen, 45n
Peace treaty of Versailles, U.S.
Senate resolution concerning
lack of signature by Costa
Rica, 849; State Department
explanation, 853-854
U.S. citizens, protection of lives and
property:
Attacks on U.S. Legation and con-
sulate, 820, 824, 828, 831, 839-
840
Interference with telegraph serv-
ice, 808, 813, 816, 819, 820
Statements of U.S. consular offi-
cers as to need for protection,
814-815, 817, 819-820, 820-821,
825-827, 828, 830, 831, 834, 836,
838-843, 844-845; C&ta Rican
denials of need, 821-822, 832-
834; U.S. attitude, 817-818,
823-824, 824-825, 826, 831-832
Visit of U.S. warships, 830, 832-
834, 836, 837, 838, 840-843, 845,
861, 862
U.S. intervention, question of, 835-
836
Council of Heads of Delegations. See
Supreme Council.
Dulles, John Foster, U.S. member on
committees of the Peace Confer-
ence, 1, 2, 7, 8
Ecuador: convention with the United
States for the establishment of a
gold-clearance fund, 42X; good of-
fices, attitude toward U.S. sug-
gestion in Tacna-Arica dispute,
129, 136, 143
Edwards, Agustin, Chilean representa-
tive, 151, 155, 156
Embargo on the importation of arms
and munitions. See under China:
Arms and munitions.
Feng   Kuo-chang,  ex-President  of
China, 378
Financial Conference, Second Pan
American, plans, 37-41, 782
Fisheries. See Canada.
France (see also Consortium) : cable
interests in Brazil, 201-202; du-
ties levied at Chinese land fron-
tiers, 642, 644, 646-647; education
of Chinese students, plan, 410-
411; embargo on imports of arms
into China, attitude, 669, 670, 671,
673-674; loans in China, 418;
Wine and Tobacco Administration
in China, question of French or
U.S. supervision, 418, 547, 548-
549, 551452
Germany (see also Treaties, conven-
tions, etc.: Peace treaty between
Germany and Allied and Associ-
ated Powers):
Interests in China.  See China:
Railways: Hukuang Railway;
Shantung.
Peace with China, 383-384
Peace treaty with the United States,
25
Propaganda in China, 283
Repatriation of Germans in China,
332
Sequestration of property in China,
278, 332, 384
Glass, S. W. (U.S. citizen), attacked
in Manchuria by Japanese, 371-
372, 385-386
Gold-clearance fund, draft convention
for the establishment of, 42-44
Good offices. See under Boundary dis-
putes; Tacna-Arica dispute.
Great Britain (see also Canada; Con-
sortium): cable interests in Ar-
gentina and Brazil, 172-173, 174-
175, 178-180, 181-182, 200-201,
202-203; civil war in China, ef-
forts to end, 322, 354-357; educa-
tion of Chinese students, 411; em-
bargo on imports of arms into
China, attitude, 667, 669, 670, 671,
672-673; oil, views on U.S. Pub-
lic Lands Leasing Bill, 168-170;
Tacna-Arica dispute, proposals of
British Charge in Bolivia, 145-
146; Tibet, interests in, 407-408,
696, 700; Vickers-Armstrong pro-
posals and draft contract for erec-
tion of naval arsenal in Brazil,
204-213, 213-215, 217, 218n
Guatemala:
Attitude toward joint Central Amer-
ican action in regard to Costa
Rica, 849
Boundary dispute with Honduras.
See under Boundary disputes.
Convention with the United States
for the establishment of a gold-
clearance fund, 42n
VOLUME II IS INDEXED SEPARATELY


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