University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
Link to University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
Link to University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
Foreign Relations of the United States

Page View

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

Index,   pp. [879]-894 ff. PDF (5.5 MB)


Page 892


892
INDEX
Oil (see also under Colombia; Costa
Rica):
British views on U.S. Public Lands
Leasing Bill, 168-170; U.S. re-
ply, 171
U.S. instructions to diplomatic and
consular officers for reports on
legislation and concessions, 163-
168
Opium. See under China.
Pacific Development Corp. See under
China: Loans, foreign.
Panama:
Boundary dispute with Colombia.
See under Boundary disputes.
Convention with the United States
for the establishment of a gold-
clearance fund, 42n
Convention with the United States
to facilitate the work of travel-
ing salesmen, 45n
Pan American Financial Conference,
Second, plans for, 37-41
Paraguay: Convention with the United
States for the establishment of a
gold-clearance fund, 42n; conven-
tion with the United States to fa-
cilitate the work of traveling sales-
men, 45n; good offices tendered
Chile and Peru in Tacna-Arica
dispute, 135-136
Peace Conference, Versailles (see also
Committee to Coordinate, etc.;
Conference of Ambassadors; Rep-
aration Commission; Rhineland
High Commission; Supreme Coun-
cil):
Chinese Delegation, 279, 280, 333-
334, 367
-  Concluding sessions, 19-21, 28-29
Decision concerning Shantung. See
Shantung.
Peace treaties. See under Treaties,
conventions, etc.
U.S. Commission to Negotiate Peace:
appointment of Polk as chair-
man, 1; plans for return to the
United States, 17-19, 20-21, 22,
24-25, 26
Peru (see also Tacna-Arica dispute):
boundary dispute with Colombia,
U.S. good offices, 80-81, 82, 83, 84;
convention with the United States
to facilitate the work of traveling
salesmen, 45n
Polk, Frank Lyon, U.S. Commissioner
to Negotiate Peace, 3
Porras, Belisario, Acting President of
Panama, views on boundary be-
tween Colombia and Panama, 73-
74, 79-80
Port privileges of fishing vessels. See
under Canada: Conventions with
the United States.
Protection of U.S. citizens' lives and
property. See under China; Costa
Rica.
Public Lands Leasingl Bill (U.S.):
British views, 168-170; U.S. re-
ply, 171
Railways. See under China; see also
Chinese Eastern Railway.
Rathbone, Albert, 12
Reparation Commission:
Committee on organization (Interim
Reparation Commission), crea-
tion and functions, 2-3, 6, 8-9;
U.S. representation, 2, 7, 23, 30
U.S. representation, 9-11, 12-14, 21,
30-31
Rhineland High Commission: juris-
diction over territory of American
occupation, 32-33, 34; U.S. rep-
resentation, 6, 7, 22, 23-24, 27, 33
Root, Elihu, statement as Secretary
of State on boundary between Co-
lombia and Panama, 75, 77-79
Russia:   Chinese merchants, treat-
ment by Omsk government, 387;
Mongolia, interests, 363, 400-401;
navigation of Sino-Russian rivers,
treaty rights, 387
Sakatani, Yoshiro, Baron, proposed
appointment as financial adviser
to China, 507, 556466
Salmon fishery convention. See under
Canada: Conventions with the
United States.
Salvador: attitude toward political
disturbances in Costa Rica, 811,
812, 827-828, 844, 847-848; con-
vention with the United States to
facilitate the work of traveling
salesmen, 45n
Seamen's Act of 1915 (U.S.), abroga-
tion of treaties and parts of
treaties in conflict with: Norway,
arts. 13 and 14 of treaty of 1827,
47-54; Spain, arts. 23 and 24 of
treaty of 1902, 547; Sweden,
treaty of 1827, 67-73
Semenov, Gregory, ataman of the Far
Eastern Cossacks, 363, 387, 610,
613, 614
Shanghai, foreign  settlement.  See
under China.
Shantung, decision of Peace Confer-
ence at Versailles concerning:
Chinese claim concerning secret
agreements, 279, 333-334, 367,
690
VOLUME II IS INDEXED SEPARATELY


Go up to Top of Page