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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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INDEX
Consortium-Continued.
Loans-Continued.
Industrial loans-Continued.
Pooling, bankers' resolutions re-
garding, 435, 436, 440, 477,
4914495
Japanese reservations as to
rights in Manchuria and
Mongolia.   See   Four-
power consortium: Reso-
lutions and draft agree-
ment of banking groups:
Manchuria and Mon-
golia, supra.
U.S. attitude, 438
Railway loans. See specific rail-
ways under China: Railways.
Manchuria and Mongolia, Japanese
reservations regarding. See un-
der Four-power consortium:
Resolutions and draft agree-
ment of banking groups, supra.
Old consortium: Chinese appeal for
advance from, 459, 466, 474, 483--
484, 485, 496, 514; extension of
currency loan option under, 420,
506-508, 523-524, 533, 534--535;
extension pending completion of
new consortium, 450-451, 457
Russian participation, question of,
423, 455, 460, 473
Three-power consortium. See under
Four-power consortium, supra.
Continental and Commercial Savings
Bank of Chicago.    See under
China: Loans, foreign.
Costa Rica:
Acosta, Julio:
Counter-revolutionary  activities,
811, 812, 813, 814, 819-820,
823, 825; occupation of Pefia
Blanca and proclamation as
Provisional President, 814;
requests for U.S. recognition,
815, 854; return to San Jose,
859, 860, 861-862
Election as President, 865
Aguilar Barquero, Francisco, Pro-
visional President: annulment
of Tinoco decrees, 864; assump-
tion of office, 858-859, 860-861,
862-863; cabinet, 861, 862-863;
relations  with  revolutionary
forces, 850-851, 860, 861-862;
request for U.S. recognition,
864; U.S. attitude, 857, 859,
Asylum in U.S. consulate, 828, 831,
839-840
Chinese, treatment of, 815, 817, 859
Constitution of 1871, restoration, 863
889
Costa Rica-Continued.
Counter-revolutionary movements:
Organization of Tinoco opponents
in Nicaragua: Costa Rican
representations to the United
States, 804, 805-808, 809-810,
816-817, 822, 829-830, 833,
843-844, 845, 846-847, 856;
Nicaraguan attitude, 805, 811,
812, 813, 816, 818-819, 823;
U.S. attitude, 810, 811, 812,
814, 817, 818, 822, 846, 849,
852-853
Raids from Nicaragua by Tinoco
opponents, 811, 812, 813, 814,
819L820, 823, 825, 843, 845, 846
Return of Tinoco opponents to San
Jose, 859, 860, 861-862
Uprising in San Jose, 828, 830, 831,
835, 839, 851
Elections, 854, 856, 857, 858, 859,
860, 861, 862, 863, 864, 865
Germany, peace with, 844
Oil concessions:
Amory, John M., British interests,
872-873, 876
Greulich, L. J., American interests,
866-867, 868-869, 871-872;
transferred to Costa Rica Oil
Corp., 872
Pearson & Son of London, contract
disapproved by Costa Rican
Congress, 865-866
U.S. attitude, 866, 868, 869-871,
873, 874-875, 876
Quir6s, Juan Bautista, Acting Pres-
ident: assumption of office as
Tinoco's successor, 848, 850, 851,
855, 856; cabinet, 851; relations
with revolutionary forces, 851,
855; transfer of powers to
Aguilar, 857-858, 861, 862-863,
864; U.S. attitude, 851, 854,855-
856, 856-858
Salvador, proposal for joint Central
American action to effect Costa
Rican peace, 844; Guatemalan
attitude, 849; Nicaraguan atti-
tude, 844; U.S. attitude, 847-848
Tinoco, Federico, government of
(see also Counter-revolutionary
movements, supra):
Acts, annulled by Aguilar govern-
ment, 864
Measures to suppress opponents,
803-804, 805, 809, 812, 813, 819,
820-821, 824, 826-82:7, 827-828,
836
Recognition: Central American re-
publics, proposed recall of rec-
ognition, 844, 848, 849; U.S.
attitude, 821, 823-824, 834,
847, 848, 851, 856
VOLUME II IS INDEXED SEPARATELY


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