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Mar. 5 | To Messrs. Briesen | Provision by which Mr. Paul
Hagspihl may draw upon per-
Equitable Trust Co. of N. Y. 1605 Mar. 12 | To the Minister in Property in the United States Switzerland (tel.) | of U.S. citizens resident in
Germany is liable to seques
Denmark (tel.): | order, Mar. 4, for liquidation
herence to Anglo-Franco-
Belgian agreement and of
(Rec'd | dor in Great Brit-| mary on requiring notification
of U.S. and other enemy prop-
Alien Property Cus- emy holdings in the United
States to effect Americaniza
tion of properties.
conducted by Alien Property
rian insurance companies in
the United States.
ures taken by Germany re-
of U.S. citizens.
10, protesting against U.S.
sequestration of German pri-
(Rec'd in Switzerland (tel.) quotes extract from German
note, Mar. 23, on reprisal
the United States.
measures for liquidation of
German property in the
residing in and outside of
bassador; mutatis | United States of Ú.S. citizens
by the enemy.
1454 May 31 Proclamation
Including certain individuals
bassador; similar tion of property in the United
men residing in enemy-occu
the North German Lloyd
consult Allies before rescind-
ing measures relative to pri-
property in the United States
belonging to Frenchmen re-
taken over by Alien Property
property in the United States
made for U.S. custodianship
ing in enemy territory.
11, protesting against the sale
by the United States of prop-
United States not operative.
denying liquidation of U.S. Sept. 11]
property. 1277 Aug. 11 | From the Ambassa Encloses German note, July 18, (Rec'd dor in Spain
regarding treatment of U.S.
private property in Germany.
private property were repris
al measures. 279 Sept. 26 To the Swiss Chargé Equipment of North German
Lloyd Dock Co. and Hamburg-American Line Terminal and Navigation Co. taken over by the United States.
Sept. 30 To the Swiss Chargé Regulations relative to for
warding of personal belong-
property, particularly com-
internees can not be increased
except by act of Congress.
ordered the sale of the proper-
30, protesting against U.S. Nov. 29)
liquidation of German private
property in the Philippines.
ENEMY INTEREST IN PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, AND TRADE-MARKS
2193 Apr. 21, To the Ambassador Possible arrangement with 1917 in France (tel.); | Germany respecting patents, mutatis mutandis, copyrights, and trade-marks.
Inquiry as to French arrangein Great Britain ments. 2081 ) May 8, | From the Ambassa- | French have no agreement with 1917 dor in France (tel.) | the enemy concerning patents
and trade-marks. Domestic
laws prescribe regulations.
applications of German sub-
existence of war.
patent granted by Germany
(tel.); mutatis mu- not be detained en route by
bassador in France
transmission of patent remit(Rec'd
tances to Germany. July 5] 6705 July 11, From the Ambassa- Patent remittances sent to 1917 | dor in Great Brit enemy countries allowed to go ain (tel.)
1917 | dor in France (tel.) to pass without detention.
Sept. 21, To Messrs. Dowell No arrangement yet devised
for transmission to Germany
of patent remittances.
ing U.S. citizens in protection
dor in Great Britain | reporting no arrangements (Rec'd
with the enemy regarding Oct. 23]
patents and describing domes
ing Act regarding enemy pat-
to U.S. citizens by Germany. 6330 Jan. 23, To the Ambassador Will patent documents and re1918 in Great Britain mittances passed by U.S. cen
(tel.); mutatis mu sors proceed through Great
man of Federal Trade Com.,
permitted by France to pro
ceed, with certain restrictions. 8730 | Feb. 19 From the Ambassa- | Patent documents and remit
dor in Great Brit- tances for enemy countries
permitted by Great Britain
nated officers regarding pat-
on patent privileges extended May 18]
to U.S. citizens.
sentatives of documents re-
PROPERTY OF ENEMY AND “ALLY-OF-ENEMY” GOVERNMENTS AND OFFICIALS
Jan. 19, To the Alien Prop- Recommendation that immun-
persons whose names ap-
with the enemy.
ment of Austro-Hungarian
be not disturbed.
in the Netherlands authorities of certain personal
property of former Ambassa
the Netherlands Embassy, Berlin, to protest
against seizure of Gerard's
ment, of funds owed to former
German commercial attaché. 2239 Apr. 18 From the Minister Germany disposed to respect
(Rec'd | in the Netherlands property of U.S. officials on
basis of reciprocity.
ington owned by the German
from the German Embassy.
money held as trust funds for
Austrians and Germans.
man Government, but dis
tinct from German Embassy. July 27 To the Alien Prop- No objection to seizure of trust | erty Custodian funds held by Swedish and
Swiss consuls for Austrians
former consuls and their fami-
ENEMY PROPERTY IN CERTAIN LATIN AMERICAN COUNTRIES: RECOMMENDATIONS
OF THE UNITED STATES
July 21, From the Ambassa- | Classification of Brazilian busi- / 340
1917 | dor in Brazil (tel.) ness houses having German
connections. Inadvisability of
establishing statutory list.