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1902.
Mr. Beaupré to Mr. Hay.. June 8 Neutrality of aliens. Reports order of minister

of war considering foreigners as enemies and
denying them passports for travel in the in-
terior, superseded by another requiring them
to be provided with a certificate of neutrality

issued by their respective legations.
Mr. Hart to Mr. Hay June 10 Protection of Roberto Beck, a Swiss citizen. Re-

ports regarding. Mr. Hay to Mr. Beaupré.... June 20 Same subject. Incloses Department's memoran.

dum of June 10 to Swiss legation.
Mr. Hill to Nr. Beaupré.... June 28 Rights of United States citizens in Colombia as

toexpropriation of property. Incloses dispatch
from consul at Barranquilla reporting seizure
without compensation of property of American
citizen and instructs to notify that the United
States will hold Colombian Government re-

sponsible.
Mr. Beaupré to Mr. Hay.... July 11 Reopening of United States missionary schools at

Barranquilla reported.
Mr. Hill to Mr. Beaupré.... July 22 Neutrality of aliens. Discusses and takes excep-

tions to order reported in dispatch No. 622, June
8, and to subsequent compromise by which
"certificates" of neutrality were issued upon
which foreigners received permission to travel,
and instructs to acquaint Colombian Govern-

ment with the position of the United States, Same to same..

July 31 Rights of United States citizens in Colombia as

to expropriation of property. Takes exception
to position of Colombian Government that ani-
mals of foreign private individuals may be
seized if necessary for the maintenance of public

order," as a state of public war does not exist. Mr. Adee to Mr. Hart Aug. 4 Same subject. Incloses copy of report of com

manding oflicer of the U.S. S. Ranger. Mr. Hart to Mr. Hay (tele- | Aug. 10 Protection of Cuban interests by United States gram).

consular officials. Reports assent of Colombia. I Same to same (telegram) Aug. 21 Rights of United States citizens in Colombia as

to expropriation of property. Inquires if in-
struction No. 407, June 28, means that compen-

sation must be made at time of seizure. Same to same..

Aug. 23 Same subject. Reports conversation with under

minister for foreign affairs, points out futility
of merely demanding due compensation," and

urges that he be given positive instructions. Mr. Adee to Mr. Hart (tele. Aug. 27 Same subject. States that treaty stipulates for gram).

indemnitication, but not time of payment; and

that receipts should be given at time of seizure. Same to same

Aug. 30 Protection by United States consular officers of

Chinese on Isthmus of Panama. Incloses cor

respondence with Chinese minister regarding. Same to same

Sept. 6 Rights of United States citizens in Colombia as

to expropriation of property, Incloses dis-
patch from vice-consul-general at Panama re-

porting instances occuring near Cali.
Mr. Hart to Mr. Hay Sept. 9 Neutrality of aliens. Incloses note to minister

for foreign affairs, in accordance with instruc-
tion No. 410, July 22, and explains why certiti-

cates heretofore required were issued.
Mr. Hay to Mr. Hart ........ Oct. 6 Rights of United States citizens in Colombia as

to expropriation of property. Replying to dis-
patch No. 650, Aug. 23, refers to Department's

telegram of Aug. 27. Mr. Hart to Mr. Hay

Oct. 23 Same subject. Assumes that claims should be

submitted to Department in usual way. Mr. Hill to Mr. Hart

Oct. 31 Neutrality of aliens. Approves Mr. Hart's pre

sentation of views of United States to Colom

bian ininister for foreign affairs. Mr. Hart to Mr. Hay (tele- Nov, 30 Seizure of vessels and alleged discriminations gram).

against American enterprises in Colombia. Reports that Colombian Government has ordered

return of vessels to owners. Mr. Hay to Mr. Hart........ Dec. 18 Rights of United States citizens in Colombia as

to expropriation of property. States that claims circulars have been sent to consul-general at Panama.

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1900. Order of the military gov

July 25

Relations between Cuba and the United States.
ernor of Cuba.

Providing for an election of delegates to a con-
vention to frame a constitution and provide for
and agree upon future relations with the United

States.
Same

Nov. 9 Same subject. Outlining duties of the constitu-
1

tional convention.

1902.
Message from the President Mar. 27 Establishment of independent government in
of the United States.

Cuba. Commending timely consideration of
measures for maintaining diplomatic and con-
sular representatives in Cuba and for carrying
out the provisions of the act making appropri-
ation for the support of the Army for the fiscal

year ending June 30, 1902.
The military governor of May 20 Same subject. Reports the transfer to the Presi-
Cuba to the Adjutant-

dent and Congress of Cuba of the government
| General of the Army

and control of the island.
(telegram).
Señor de Zaldo, Cuban sec-

May 22 Protection of Cuban interests by United States
retary of state, to Mr. Hay

consular officials. At instance of President of
(telegram).

Cuba, requests.
Mr. Hay to Señor de Zaldo. May 24 Same subject. Assents to above request
4. Mr. Hay to Mr. Squiers..... May 26 Resolution of United States Senate congratula-

ting Cuban Republic on its appearance among
the nations of the world. Instructs to commu-

nicate to the foreign office.
Mr. Squiers to Mr. Hay | May 27 Reception of minister of the United States to
(telegram).

Cuba reported.
1 Same to same

do Same subject. Reports in detail 5 Same to same

June 2 Messages of the President of Cuba to Cuban Con

gress. Transmits message of May 26, 1902.
7
Same to same

June 3 Ceremonies attending hauling down of United

States flag at Matanzas. Incloses resolution of
1

citizens.
Same to same (telegram)... June 10 Amnesty granted American citizens who com-
1

mitted crimes in Cuba during intervention

period reported. 17 Same to same

June 11 Same subject. Incloses copy of act of Cuban

Congress.
Mr. Hay to Mr. Squiers | June 13 Exclusion of Chinese from Cuba. Calls attention
(telegram).

to detention of a steamer carrying Chinese.
Mr. Squiers to Mr. Hay June 16 Same subject. Reports that Cuban authorities
(telegram.

decline to allow Chinese to land. Same to same

...do ... Announcement of establishment of Cuban Re

public inclosed. 35 Same to same

...do... Exclusion of Chinese from Cuba. Reports rea

sons advanced by Cuban Government for.
3 señor Quesada to Mr. Hay.. June 17 Resolution of Cuban House of Representatives

thanking Governmentand people of the United

States for assistance transmitted. 2 Mr. Squiers to Mr. Hay.....

June 18 Exclusion of Chinese from Cuba. Refers to pre

vious correspondence and again reports atti

tude of Cuban Government.
8 Señor Quesada to Mr. Hay.. June 28 Protection of Cuban interests by United States

consular officials. Requests to be informed of
scope and purport of authority given by United

States Government for.
Proclamation by the Presi. July 3 Suspending tonnage dues on Cuban vessels .....

dent of the United States.
President Palma to Presi- July 4 Courtesies of Cuban Government on occasion of
Roosevelt

anniversary of independence of the United
gram).

States. Sends greetings and good wishes.
Mr. Squiers to Mr. Hay (tel. ...do ... Same subject. Transmits message of good will
egram).

from President of Cuba.
Mr. Hay to Mr. Squiers (tel. July Same subject. States that President Palma's
egram).

message of congratulation was received with

much gratification. Mr. Squiers to Mr. Hay.

July 7 Same subject. Incloses his note to foreign office. 60

.do ... Same subject. Incloses note from foreign office

advising of adjournment of Cuban House of

Representatives on July 4. 43 Mr. Hay to Mr. Squiers..... July 15 Same subject. Instructs to convey appreciation

of United States for action reported in above

dispatch.
10 Mr. Hay to Señor Quesada . July 16 Protection of Cuban interests by United States

consular officials. States that consuls are not
permitted to act as agents of Cuban Govern-

ment, but only to use good offices.
12 Mr. Adeę to Señor Quesada. Aug. 2 Resolution of Cuban House of Representatives

thanking Governmentand people of the United States for assistance. Expresses appreciation of.

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1902. Señor Quesada to Mr. Adee. Aug. 12 Protection of Cuban interests by United States 330

consular officials. Requests that it be extended

in Colombia, 149 Mr. Squiers to Mr. Hay..... Aug. 22 Diplomatie immunities. Testimony of United 356

States diplomatic representatives in foreign
courts. Reports that he caused deposition of

secretary to be taken at legation.
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Mr. Adee to Mr. Squiers...., Aug. 30

Same subject. Approves course reported in

above dispatch.
President Palma to Pres- Sept. 4 Accident to President Roosevelt. Good wishes
ident Roosevelt (tele-

for restoration of health,
gram).
President Roosevelt to Pres- ..do.. Same subject. Thanks for above message .......

.... 36 ident Palma (telegram). 13 | Mr. Adee to Señor Quesada. Sept. 13 Protection of Cuban interests by United States

consular officers. States that instructions have
been sent to consuls in Colombia, as well as

others, to extend. Incloses circular. 88 Mr. Adee to Mr. Squires.... .do... Exclusion of Chinese from Cuba. Incloses cor- 354

respondence with Chinese minister regarding. 42 Señor Quesada to Mr. Hay... Oct. 27 Protection of Cuban interests by United States

consular officials. Notifies that Cuban consuls

have been appointed at various places. 280 Mr. Squires to Mr. Hay. Nov. 8 Messages of the President of Cuba to Congress.

Transmits message of Nov. 1, 1902. 282 Same to same

...do... Same subject. Transmits message of Nov. 3, 346

1902. 291 Same to same

Nov. 13 Law establishing procedure for obtaining Cuban

citizenship, transmitted,
28 Mr. Hay to Señor Quesada. Nov. 15 Protection of Cuban interests by United States

consular officials. Incloses circular to consular
officers, issued in view of Señor Quesada's note

of Oct. 27, 1902.
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Mr. Squiers to Mr. Hay....., Nov. 21 Relations between Cuba and the United States.

Transmits report of committee appointed by
constitutional convention.

DENMARK.

1901. Mr. Hay to Mr. Brun......

Oct.
18 Protection of Danish interests in Salvador, States

that United States officials will be instructed

to extend. Mr. Brun to Mr. Hay.... Oct. 19 Same subject. Requests that United States Gov.

ernment obtain assent of Government of Sal.

vador to. 351 Mr. Hay to Mr. Brun.... Oct. 25 Same subject. States that United States minister

has been instructed in sense of above request. Mr. Brun to Mr. Hay.. Dec. 2 Same subject. Wishes to know if assent of Gov.

ernment of Salvador has been received. 356 Mr. Hay to Mr. Brun....... Dec. 10 Same subject. States that no report has been re

ceived from the minister, and that his attention

has been recalled to the matter.

1902. 391 Same to same...

Mar. 7 Same subject. States that Government of Salva

dorconsents to exercise of good offices by United
States officers in same form as is permitted re-

specting Chinese subjects. Treaty between the United

Apr. 17 For the extradition of fugitives from justice.
States and Denmark.

Text.
254 Mr. Swenson to Mr. Hay.... May 2 | Liability of naturalized citizens of the United

States to military service in Denmark. Report

on case of Severin Jacobsen. Mr. Brun to Mr. Hay.. May 5 Protection of Danish interests in Salvador. Ex !

presses thanks of his Government for assump

tion of, by the United States, 261 Mr. Swenson to Mr. Hay....! June 6 Protection of Cuban interests by United States

consuar oflicials. Reports assent of Denmark. 275 | Same to same..

Sept. 6

Accident to President Roosevelt. Reports solici.

tude caused by. 279 Same to same.

Sept. 30

Courtesies to U.S. S.Chicagoand Albany reported. 284 Same to sanne

Dec. 13: Military-service case of James Nelson reported... 286 Same to same

Dec. 16 Effect of the continued residence of naturalized

United States citizens in the country of origin.

Reports on in connection with case of C. Ravn. 287 Same to same

Dec, 17 Military-service cases of James John Hansen and

1903. Anton Miller reported.
163 Mr. Hay to Mr. Swenson.... Jan. 5 Effect of the continued residence of naturalized

United States citizens in the country of origin.
Approves minister's views, as reported in dis-
patch No. 286, Dec. 16, 1902.

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1902. 306 Mr. Powell to Mr. Hay Feb. 24 Visit of Gen. Maximo Gomez to Santo Domingo, 1

during which relics of Christopher Columbus

were exhibited, reported. 349 Same to same

Apr, 12

Protection denied Porto Ricans engaged in insur

rection against Dominican Government. Re

ports in regard to. 146 Mr. Hay to Mr. Powell..... May 1 | Same subject. Approves action reported in

above dispatch. 389 Mr. Powell to Mr. Hay .....

Aug. 13

Protection of Cuban interests by United States

consular officials. Reports assent of Dominican

Government. Mr. Vasquez to Mr. Hay

Sept. 24

Accident to President Roosevelt. Expresses re(telegram).

gret on account of. 19 Mr. Adee to Mr. Vasquez... Sept. 26 Same subject. Acknowledges above telegram,

with appreciation.

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1901.
Mr. de Margerie to Mr. Hay. Nov. 7 Complaints of alleged violation at Pacific coast

ports of consular convention between the
United States and France. Refers to attempt
by local officials to serve summons on French
consul-general at San Francisco, and requests
that steps be taken to put an end to such oc-

currences.
36 Mr. Hay to Mr.de Margerie. Nov. 15 Same subject. Acknowledges above note and

states that matter has been referred to the 1

Attorney-General and the governor of CaliforMr. de Margerie to Mr. Hay. Nov, 24 Same subject. Recites various instances of laches

on part of authorities on Pacific coast in ren1

dering to French consuls the assistance pro-
vided for by the convention, in regard to difli-
culties on board French vessels, and asks that

efficient measures be taken. Mr. Hay to Mr. de Margerie. Dec,

2 Same subject. Acknowledges above note and

states that matter has been referred to gov-
ernors of California and Oregon and the Sec-

retary of the Treasury.
Dec. 10 Same subject. States that Treasury Department

has taken steps to obviate further complaints.
Dec. 21 Same subject. Stutes that governor of California

has brought matter to attention of local offi-
cials to the end that further complaints may

be obviated.
Dec. 24 Same subject. Same statement as above in re-

gard to governor of Oregon.
Mr.de Margerie to Mr. Hay. Dec. 27 Same subject.

Expresses thanks for extension of Department's good offices, and cites further instances of laches on the part of United States

oflicials. FR 1902, PT 1--IV

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1902. Mr. Porter to Mr. Hay... Jan. 2 Passports. Question of declaration of intention

to return to the United States within a stipu-
lated period, Subinits petition of American

Chamber of Commerce of Paris.
Mr. Hay to Mr. Cambon.... Jan. 3 Complaints of alleged violation at Pacific coast

ports of consularconvention between the t'nited
States and France. States that Mr. de Mar.
gerie's note of Dec. 27, 1901, has been reierred
to the Attorney-General, the Secretary of the
Treasury, and the governors of California and

Oregon.
Same to same..

Jan. 14 Same subject. Mentions instructions to officers

of Department of Justice on Pacific coast, and incloses reports received with governor of Cali

fornia's letter of Jan. 3, 1902. Mr. Hay to Mr. Porter..... Jan, 17 Passports. Defines attitude of Department on

question of declaration of intention to return

to the United States within a stipulated period, Mr. Hay to Mr. Cambon.... Jan. 22 Complaints of alleged violation at Pacific coast

ports of consular convention between the United States and France. Communicates ac.

tion taken by governor of Oregon. Same to same.....

Jan. 28 Same subject. Incloses report of United States

district attorney for district of Oregon. Mr. Hay to Mr. Porter...... Jan. 29 Restoration of Tientsin to Chinese authorities.

Incloses note of Chinese minister applying for good ollices of United States in securing.

Expresses views of the United States on the subject, and instructs to ascertain views of the

French Government.
Same to same.

Feb. 3 Agreement between Russia and China relative

to Manchuria. Incloses for communication to French Government memorandum of Feb. 1

expressing views of the United States. Mr. Hay to Mr. de Margerie. Feb. 4 Complaints of alleged violation at Pacific coast

ports of consular convention between the
United States and France. Incloses report of
United States district attorney for district of

Washington.
Same to same.

Feb. Same subject. Governor of California has again

called attention of local authorities to matter. Mr. Porter to Mr. Hay. Feb. 17 Restoration of Tientsin to Chinese authorities.

Reports that France concurs in views of the United States, and her representative in China has been instructed to cooperate with his col. leagues. Incloses note verbale of minister of

foreign affairs. Same to same.

Feb. 20 Agreement between Russia and China relative

to Manchuria. Reports interview with minister for foreign affairs, who evidently believes

in good faith of Russia. Mr. Hay to Mr. Cambon.... Mar. 1 Complaints of alleged violation, at Pacific coast

ports, of consular convention between the United States and France. Refers to Mr. de Margerie's note of Nov. 7, 1901, and gives substance of answer made by governor of California. The Department concurs in view expressed by the sheriff, that the convention only gives the consul the right to decline to receive summonses, but does not absolve United States

officers from the duty of offering to serve them. Mr. Cambon to Mr. Hay.... Mar. 10 Same subject. Acknowledges above note and

comments on necessity for representations to authorities at San Francisco to bring about a

proper observance of the convention. Mr. Hay to Mr. Porter...... Mar. 27 Dedication of monument to Marshal de Rocham

beau at Washington. Incloses joint resolution and invitation to President Loubet, Comte de Rochambeau, and Mr. de Lafayette to partici

pate in. Mr. Porter to Mr. Hay (tele

Apr. 16

Same subject. Advises of acceptance of above gram).

invitations, Same to same.....

Same subject. Confirms above telegram, with

details, and incloses correspondence. President Roosevelt to May 10 Volcanic eruption at Martinique. Expresses President Loubet (tele

sympathy on account of.
gram).
President Loubet to Presi- May 11 Same subject. Thanks for above telegram....

dent Roosevelt (tele-
gram).
The French minister for

Same subject. Request that United States send
foreign affairs to

Mr.

means of transportation to aid the sufferers. Cambon (telegram).

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