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StranaHAN, NEVADA N.: Warner, Barnes & Company (Ltd.), plaintiffs in

error, v., Collector of customs of the port of New York, defendant in
error, decision of the Supreme Court (191 U. S., 560) --

299
SUBIRA, RAFAEL: Appropriation for refund to------------

211
SUDSBURGER, JOSEPH : Judgment in favor of, not to be paid.-
SUGAR:
Limitation on reduction of tariff on Cuban-------

87, 88
No other reduction of duty on, to be made by treaty------
SUGAR AND STARCH PRODUCING PLANTS : Appropriation for investigating

chemical composition of.------
SURGEONS :
Contract, army, appropriation for ----

Authority when in charge of hospitals.-

Pay assignments when on insular, etc., duty---
SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES :
Decisions relating to noncontiguous territory and Cuba, etc.-

Amado, Ricardo, plaintiff in error, v. The United States (195
U. S., 172)-----------------------

304
Armstrong, Carlos, a British subject, a merchant carrying on
business between Porto Rico and the United States, appellant,
V. The United States (182 U. S., 243) ---

296
Crossman, George W., and Hermann Sielcken, composing the firm

of W. H. Crossman & Bro., appellant, v. The United States (182.
U. S., 221 )----

292
Crowley, Harold, plaintiff in error, v. The United States (194
U. S., 461 ) -----

301
Czarnikow, MacDougall & Co. (Ltd.), plaintiffs in error, v. George

R. Bidwell, collector of the port of New York, defendant in
error (191 U. S., 559)-----

298
De Lima, Elias S. A., Elias A. De Lima, and Edward De Lima,

composing the firm of D. A. De Lima & Co., plaintiffs in error,
v. George R. Bidwell, collector of the port of New York, de-

fendant in error (182 U. S., 1)-----
Dones, Francisco, appellant, v. Jose Urrutia, warden of the pen-
itentiary of Porto Rico, appellee (202 U. S., 614)----

309
Dooley, Henry W. et al., engaged in trade and commerce between

Porto Rico and New York under the firm name of Dooley,
Smith & Co., plaintiffs in error, v. The United States (183 U. S.,
151) -------------
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297
Dooley, Henry W., et al., engaged in trade and commerce between

Porto Rico and New York under the firm name of Dooley, Smith

& Co., plaintiffs in error, v. The United States (182 U. S., 222) - 293
Dorr, Fred L., plaintiff in error, v. The United States (195 U. S.,
138) ----

303
Downes, Samuel B., doing business under the firm name of S. B.

Downes & Company, plaintiffs in error, v. George R. Bidwell,
collector of the port of New York, defendant in error (182
U. S., 244)------------

293
Fisher, Fred C., and Charles C. Cohn, on behalf of Felix Barce-

lon, plaintiffs in error, 1. Col. David J. Baker, jr., and Capt.
John Doe Thompson (203 U. S., 174) ----

310
Fourteen diamond rings, Emil Pepke, claimant, V. The United
States (183 U. S., 176)------

296
Franklin Sugar Refining Company, appellants, V. The United
States (202 U. S., 580) ------

308
Goetze, John H., doing business under the firm name of John H.

Goetze & Company, appellant, v. The United States (182 U. S.,

221) -
Gonzales, Isabella, appellant, v. Wm. Williams, U. S. commis-

sioner of immigration at the port of New York, appellee (192
U. S., 1)------

299
Hawaii, Territory of, appellant, v. Osaki Mankichi, appellee (190
U. S., 197)--

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Kepner, Thomas E., plaintiff in error, v. The United States (195
U. S., 100)-------

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SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES—Continued.
Decisions relating to noncontiguous territory and Cuba, etc.-Con.

Lincoln, Frederick W., et al., trading under the firm name of

Henry W. Peabody & Co., plaintiffs in error, v. The United
States, No. 149 (197 U'. S., 419; also 202 U. S., 484) ------

305
Mendezona y Mendezona, Secundino, plaintiff in error, v. The
United States (195 U. S., 158) -

304
Neely, Charles F. W., appellant, v. Wm. Henkel, United States
Marshal, etc., appellee:
No. 1 (180 U. S., 109)-----

289
No. 2 (180 U. S., 126) --------

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Ribas, J. y Hijo, a Spanish corporation doing business in the

island of Porto Rico, appellants, v. The United States (194 U. S.,
315) -------

300
Rodriguez, Rafael and Euripides, plaintiffs in error, v. The
United States (198 C. S., 156) ---

306
Trono, Valentin, et al., plaintiffs in error, v. 1 he United States
(199 U. S., 521)--------

307
United States, appellant, 1. The American Sugar Refining Com-
pany, appellee (202 U. S., 563)---

308
Vidal, in re. Jose Juan Vidal et al. (179 U. S., 126 ) ----

289
Warner, Barnes & Co. (Limited), appellant, 19. The United Sttaes,
No. 466 (197 ('. S., 419; also 202 U. S., 484) ----

305
Warner, Barnes & ('ompany (Ltd.), plaintiffs in error, v. Nevada

N. Stranahan, collector of customs of the port of New York,
defendant in error (191 U. S., 560)---------

299
Minimum amount for cases from Hawaii supreme court to------

110
SUPREME COURT, PHILIPPINE ISLANDS :
Justices of, compensation ----

128
Powers of, over railroads aided by Government

127
Vacancies in, temporary, how filled.---

128
SURGEONS, CONTRACT, ARMY:
Appropriation for --------
Authority when in charge of hospitals.----

54
Pay assignments when on insular, etc., duty--

54
SURVEYORS-GENERAL: Appropriation for, and their clerks ---
SURVEYS : Alaska, and resurveys of coasts, appropriation for --

-- 220, 227
TARIFFS :
Preferential treatment of imports from Cuba------

87
Reduction on goods from Philippines, paying export duty there---- 202, 203
TARIFF OF PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. (See Philippine tariff revision law, 1905.)
TEACHERS: Porto Rican, transportation of, to the United States and
return, authorized..

211
TERRITORIES :

Alaska. (See Alaska.)
Appropriation for government in ----

3, 32, 43, 95, 96, 108
Claims of States and, war with Spain, to be presented before January
1, 1906 ----

80, 81
Settlement on governor's certificate-------

81
Hawaii. (See Hawaii.)
TOBACCO : Appropriation for investigation of soils, etc., in Cuba-------- 218, 225
TONNAGE DUES, PHILIPPINE ISLANDS :
Authority of Philippine government over---

135
Not imposed if only taking or discharging passengers..

203
On entry from foreign port-----

203
Optional on cargo_,

203
Vessels exempt.--

203
TONNAGE TAX: Levied on foreign vessels from Philippines---

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TOWNS, ALASKA: Provisions for incorporating (see also Alaska) --

15-21
TRANSPORTATION, ARMY: Transports, sale of, restricted.-

56, 67
TRANSPORTS: Sale of, restricted --------

56, 67
TRAVERS, MICHAEL: Payment of Court of Claims judgment to guardian of.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT :
Appropriation for-

Payment to owners of British steamship Mogul --------
Quarantine service

---- 220, 226
Use of “Alaska fund”--

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TREASURER OF PHILIPPINE ISLANDS: To indorse and sign contract of
guaranty on railroad bonds----

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TRIER, WILLIAM J.: Appropriation for ---
TREATIES AND CONVENTIONS :
With Cuba-
January 26, 1903—

Supplementary convention extending the time for the ex-

change of ratifications of commercial convention, December
11, 1902 -
Contracting parties.---
Exchange of ratifications -
Plenipotentiaries ----
Preamble ------
Proclamation by the President
Ratification time extended -------

Signatures.-----
1 May 22, 1903—

Treaty defining relations---

Contracting parties---
Contraction of debts limited.
Exchange of ratifications.
Extension of sanitary plans of cities.
Naval, etc., stations for the United States
Plenipotentiaries -------
Preamble --------
Proclamation by the President.-----
Ratification ----
Signatures -----
Title to Isle of Pines.-
Treaty rights of Cuba with other powers---
United States granted right to intervene,

Validation of military acts, etc--------
June 16, 1903—
Postal convention.-

Approval by the United States--
Articles-
Admitted to the mails------

Classification and rates of postage, etc.

Freedom from inspection --
Not to be closed against inspection.

. Exceptions -------
Prohibited ----

Return of nondelivered----
Exchange offices.--.
Fully prepaid correspondence, etc.
Further regulations---------
Mail transportation, expense of ---
Postage-

Evasion of payment--------
Insufficient -----
Prepayment of --
Registration fees to be retained------

Stamps ---------
Preamble --
Prepaid letters bearing return addresse
Protocol --

Approved by Cuba.
Approved by the United States -
Articles-

Admitted to the mails, subject to sanitary regu-

lations -----
Effect ------
Exchange of ratifications-------
Further regulations----------
Modificatio

Ratification
Provisions of the Universal Convention to govern.

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TREATIES AND CONVENTIONS—Continued.
With Cuba–Continued.
June 16, 1903—Continued.
Postal convention Continued.

Ratifications
Registry

Descriptive list------
Nonreceipt of parcels-

236
Registered exchanges, etc--

236
Return of receipts.---

236
Return of prepaid letters -----

237
Signatures --------------------

239
Transit of closed mails.-------

235
January 20, 1904–
Supplemental treaty defining relations.

262
Contracting parties---

262
Exchange of ratifications.ik--

263
Plenipotentiaries --
Preamble --
Proclamation by the President
Ratification time extended.--------

Signatures ----------------------
April 6, 1904–
Treaty for the mutual extradition of fugitives from justice - 264
Application for provisional arrest ---

270
Discharge on failure to make formal requisition

within two months ----
In Cuba ----

270
In the United States---

270
Complicity ---------

268
Contracting powers.----

264
Disposal of articles seized with person

272
Effect --------

274
Exchange of ratifications -----

274
Signatures ----------

274
Expenses -----

273
Extraditable crimes --

265
Arson ------

265
Breach of trust --

266
Bribery

267
Counterfeiting ----

266
Crimes committed at sea.-

267
Assaults on shipboard

267
Destroying vessels--

267
Piracy--------------

267
Revolt, etc---------

267
Embezzlement--------

266
Forgery, etc --

266
Injuries to railroads, etc

267
Kidnaping --------

268
Larceny

268
Mayhem ---

268
Murder ------

265
Obtaining money, etc., by threats.

268
Perjury ------

267
Rape, etc --------------------

267
Robbery -----

265
Slave trading, etc ------

267
Neither country bound to deliver up its own citizens 270
No delivery if trial barred by limitations..

271
No surrender for political offenses---

271
Attempts against head of government not a political
offense ---

271
Political offenses prior to extradition ---

271
Persons claimed by other countries---

272
Extradition may be deferred.-----------

273
Plenipotentiaries --

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TREATIES AND CONVENTIONS-Continued.
With Cuba—Continued.
April 6, 1904—Continued.
Treaty for the mutual extradition of fugitives, etc.—Con.

Preamble -----
Ratification ------
Reciprocal delivery of persons charged with crimes.
Requisitions ----

Copies of sentence, etc., required.----

Proceedings --

Trials to be only for offenses for which extradited_
December 6, 1904
Protocol amending Spanish text of extradition treaty--

Contracting parties---
Modifications in Spanish text --
Preamble ---------------------
Ratification -------------------------

Signatures ------
Proclamation by the President convening extraordinary session of

Congress for approval of reciprocal commercial convention ---
With Panama-
November 18, 1903—
Isthmian Canal convention.------

Armed protection of canal.---
Canal property and employees exempt from taxes
Colon and Panama to be free ports.-

Anchorage, repairs, etc.----------
Collection of import duties------
Exceptions -----

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Vessels using canal.
Commission to appraise damages_
Compensation for rights, etc., conveyed

Additional benefits.--

Operation of treaty not to be delayed.
Contracting parties.---
Exchange of ratifications.---
Existing private rights.------
Damages to be appraised by joint commission

Payment of awards--------
Free use by Panama of canal, etc.------
Future agreement for extradition to be made.
Grant to the United States free from all prior claim
Independence of Panama guaranteed.
Isthmian Canal Zone granted in perpetuity--

Adjoining lands, etc.------

Islands within limits of zone, etc-----
Modification, etc., of prior treaties------
Naval and coaling stations------------
Perpetual monopoly of isthmian transit_
Perpetual neutrality of canal.-
Ports of refuge.--------------
Plenipotentiaries ---
Preamble -
Privileges of canal employees.-
Proclamation by the President..
Property rights to present canal and railroad trans-

ferred -------
Ratifications --------
Rights in prior concessions transferred to United States.

Absolute title granted.---
Rights of United States declared.---
Sanitation and water supply of Colon and Panama------

Construction of works----------
Compulsory compliance with sanitary ordinances
Expense to be paid by United States.-
Maintenance of public order---

Water and sewerage rates.-------
Signatures ------

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