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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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Page VII

CONTENTS
Mxioo-continued.                                                  Page
Claims of Americans against the Mexican Government .. .     .   .  632
Attitude of the American and other Governments toward the Claims
Commission established by decree of November 24, 1917-New de-
cree of August 30, 1919  ...  .     .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .   .  632
Financial affairs  ....      ..  .    .. .                      632
Formation of an international committee of bankers to represent Mex-
ico's creditors-Attitude of the American Government .        644
NETHERLANDS:
Agreement between the United States and the Netherlands extending
the duration of the Arbitration Convention of May 2, 1908 . . .  650
Asylum of the former German Emperor and the Crown Prince in the
Netherlands .652
NICARAGUA:
British claims against Nicaragua-Good offices of the United States . .  659
Decree expelling signers of a petition regarding lawlessness in Blue-
fields-Revocation at the instance of the United States ...  .  671
Boundary dispute with Honduras. (See volume I, General.)
NORWAY:
Withdrawal of denunciation of treaty of July 4, 1827, except as to
articles 13 and 14, terminated as of July 1, 1916. (See volume I,
General.)
PANAMA:
Appointment of an American Fiscal Agent and of an American Inspector
General of Police ... .      .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .   .
 679
Loan projects for the funding of internal obligations and for the estab-
lishment of an agricultural bank  ...  .    .  .  .  .  .  .  .   .  689
Oil concession of the Sinclair Panama Corporation; extension of ex-
ploration period ................... .                         693
Boundary dispute with Colombia. (See volume I, General.)
Convention with the United States for the establishment of an inter-
national gold-clearance fund. (See volume I, General.)
Convention with the United States for facilitating the work of traveling
salesmen. (See volume I, General.)
PARAGUAY:
Convention with the United States for the establishment of an inter-
national gold-clearance fund. (See volume I, General.)
Convention with the United States for facilitating the work of traveling
salesmen. (See volunme I, General.)
PIaSIA:
Agreement between Persia and Great Britain, August 9, 1919 1. . .  698
Reports of opposition to the treaty among the Persian people-
Statements indicating the American Government's disapproval of
the treaty-British denial that the negotiations were concealed
from the American Goverrnlunt ,       ,,,,,1.,         .,   698
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