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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, 1907. (In two parts)
(1907)

[Contents] Table of contents,   pp. III-VI PDF (1.2 MB)


Page IV

Iv TABLE OF CONTENTS. 
 Page. 
Bolivia 85-89 
   Financial conditions 85 
Arrangement for the settlement of the boundary dispute between Bolivia 
 and Paraguay 85 
Brazil  90—118 
   Preferential tariff concessions in favor of American products  90 
   Brazilian immigration regulations  95 
   Agreements between Brazil and Colombia  108 
   Regulations concerning the expulsion of foreigners from Brazil  113 
   Denunciation of treaties between Brazil and certain other powers  117
Bulgaria  119 
   Commercial arrangements between Bulgaria and Turkey -  119 
Chile 120—129 
 Treaty of friendship, commerce, and navigation between Chile and Japan 120
 Citizenship of children born of foreign parents residing in Chile 124 
 Message of the President of Chile to the Chilean Congress 126 
China 130—281 
Open-door policy in Manchuria; establishment of customs-houses and 
   opening of ports to international trade 130 
 Restrictions upon the importation, growth, and use of opium 140 
 Payment of the Chinese indemnity; return by the United States of a portion
  of its allotment 174 
 Protection of foreign missions in China 176 
 Governmental and educational reforms in China 178 
 Regulations restricting the importation of arms ahd ammunition 199 
 Stamping of deeds for property purchased for missionary purposes 206 
 Settlement of the Lienchow indemnity 211 
 Foreign settlements in China ~nd Manchuria 218 
 Reservation of American rights in the extension of the Japanese concession
  atllankau 224 
 Customs and inland taxation 226 
 Reciprocal protection of trade-marks and copyrights in China 248 
 Agreement between the United States and Denmark for the protection of 
  trade-marks in China 266 
 Issuance and visa of Section 6, Chinese certificates 268 
Colombia 282—295 
   Message of the President of Colombia to the Colombian Congress 282 
   Claim of Ricardo A. Deeb v. Colombia 287 
   Boundary and navigation treaty between Colombia and Brazil 292 
Denunciation of the modus vivendi concerning the boundary between 
  Colombia and Peru 292 
 Claim of the Chilean steamer Lautaro, destroyed while in the service of
  the Department of Panama, v. Colombia 293 
 Provision for the asmmbling of the constitutional congress 294 
Cuba 296—301 
   Cuban bonds of June 1, 1869 296 
Provision for the settlement of claims growing out of the late Cuban insur
  rection 298 
 Sanitation of Cuban cities 301 
Denmark 302—305 
   Regulations concerning commercial travelers 302 
 Administration of estates of Danish subjects deceased in the United States
303 
 Agreement between the United States and Denmark for the protection of 
  trade-marks in China 305 


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