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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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Trade. See under Austria; China.
Trans-Siberian railways, agreement
for Inter-Allied supervision. See
under Chinese Eastern Railway.
Traveling salesmen, convention to fa-
cilitate the work of, concluded by
the United States with certain
Latin American governments, 45-
47
Treaties, conventions, etc.:
Amity treaties of China with Bolivia
and Switzerland, 409
Central American treaty of 1907, ref-
erences to, 827, 828, 830, 844,
846, 847-848
Peace treaty between Austria and
Allied and Associated Govern-
ments, signature by China, 384
Peace treaty between Germany and
Allied and Associated Govern-
ments:
China, not signatory, 383-384, 878
Commissions and c o m m i t t e es
under (see also Committee to
Coordinate, etc.; Reparation
Commission; Rhineland High
Commission): Supreme Coun-
cil resolution on representa-
tion and procedure, 15; U.S.
participation, 3-6, 7-8, 9-14,
16, 19, 21-26, 26-28, 29-32, 33
Costa Rica, not signatory, 848,
849, 853454
Secret agreements between China
and Japan, 333, 344, 345, 347,
348, 394-395, 396, 686, 690-691,
717, 718-721, 877-878
U.S.-Canada. See Canada: Conven-
tions with the United States.
U.S.-China: treaties of 1844 and
1903, articles on extraterritori-
ality quoted, 676-677; treaty
on tariff revision, discussion,
640, 642, 645, 655, 657, 5-659,
665, 666-667
U.S.-Colombia.   See   Colombia:
Treaty of 1846 and Treaty of
1914.
U.S.-Latin American Governments:
convention for the establish-
ment of a gold-clearance fund
(draft text), 42-44; convention
to facilitate the work of travel-
Treaties-Continued.
ing salesmen (text), concluded
with Costa Rica, Guatemala,
Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Salva-
dor, and Venezuela, 45-47
U.S.-Norway: treaty of 1827, abro-
gation of arts. 13 and 14 and
withdrawal of denunciation, 47-
54
U.S.-Spain: treaty of 1902, abroga-
tion of arts. 23 and 24 and with-
drawal of denunciation, 54-67
U.S.-Sweden: consular convention
of 1910, continuance, 67, 68, 69-
70, 71-72; treaty of 1827, de-
nunciation, 67-73
Tsao Ju-lin, Chinese official, 271, 361,
363, 365, 700, 710
Tuan Chi-jui, ex-Premier of China.
See under China.
U.S. citizens. See under China; Costa
Rica.
Uruguay: convention with the United
States to facilitate the work of
traveling salesmen (text), 45-47,
good offices tendered Chile and
Peru in Tacna-Arica dispute, 142,
143
Venezuela: boundary dispute with
Colombia, U.S. good offices, 81,
82-83, 83-84; convention with the
United States to facilitate the
work of traveling salesmen, 45n
Vickers-Armstrong, proposals to build
a naval arsenal in Brazil, 204-207,
213-215, 217, 218n; draft contract,
207-213
Western Telegraph Co., cable inter-
ests: Argentina, 174-175, 178-180,
181-182; Brazil, 200-201, 202-203
Whale fishery, 244, 248, 252
Wilson, Woodrow: Japanese newspa-
per attack, 371; message to Con-
gress (Dec. 2, 1919), iii-xiii;
statement regarding Shantung,
719
Yanez, Eliodoro, Chilean senator, 156,
157, 159, 160
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