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United States Statutes at Large/Volume 33/Fifty-Eighth Congress/List of Treaties and Conventions

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LIST

of

TREATIES AND CONVENTIONS

CONTAINED IN THIS VOLUME.


PART TWO.

  Page.
Brazil, extradition. Treaty and protocol between the United States and Brazil for the extradition of criminals. Signed respectively at Rio de Janeiro May 14, 1897, and May 28, 1898; ratification with amendments advised by the Senate February 28, 1899; ratified by the President February 13, 1903; ratified by Brazil April 14, 1903; ratification exchanged at Rio de Janeiro April 18, 1903; proclaimed April 30, 1903
Haiti, naturalization. Naturalization treaty between the United States and the Republic of Haiti. Signed at Washington March 22, 1902; ratification advised by the Senate February 1, 1904; ratified by the President March 17, 1904; ratified by Haiti April 24, 1903; ratifications exchanged at Washingtion March 19, 1904; proclaimed March 24, 1904
Spain, friendship and general relations. Treaty between the United States and Spain. Friendship and general relations. Signed at Madrid July 3, 1902; ratification advised by the Senate December 16, 1902; ratified by the President February 6, 1903; ratified by Spain March 30, 1903; ratification exchanged at Madrid April 14, 1903; proclaimed April 20, 1903
Greece, consular. Convention between the United States and Greece defining the rights, privileges, and immunities of consular officers in the two countries. Signed at Athens November 19, 1902, December 2, 1902; ratification with amendment advised by the Senate February 16, 1903; ratified by the President May 20, 1903; ratified by Greece June 25, 1903, July 8, 1903; ratification exchanged at Athens July 9, 1903; proclaimed July 11, 1903
Cuba, commercial. Commercial convention between the United States and Cuba. Signed at Habana December 11, 1902; ratification with amendments advised by the Senate March 19, 1903; ratified by the President March 30, 1903; ratified by Cuba March 30, 1903; ratification exchanged at Washington March 31, 1903; proclaimed December 17, 1903
Cuba, commercial supplementary. Supplementary convention between the United States and Cuba extending the time within which may be exchanged the ratifications of the commercial convention, signed on December 11, 1902. Signed at Washington January 26, 1903; ratification advised by the Senate February 16, 1903; ratified by the President March 30, 1903; ratified by Cuba March 30, 1903; ratifications exchanged at Washington March 31, 1903; proclaimed December 17, 1903
Guatemala, extradition. Treaty between the United States and the Republic of Guatemala for the mutual extradition of fugitives from justice. Signed at Washington February 27, 1903; ratification advised by the Senate March 11, 1903; ratified by the President July 8, 1903; ratified by Guatemala June 12, 1903; ratifications exchanged at Washington July 16, 1903; proclaimed July 17,1903
Haiti, naturalization supplementary. Treaty between the United States and Haiti extending the time within which may be effected the exchange of ratifications of the treaty of naturalization between the two countries signed March 22, 1902. Signed at Washington February 28, 1903; ratification advised by the Senate February 1, 1904; ratified by the President March 17, 1904; ratified by Haiti April 24, 1903; ratifications exchanged at Washington March 19, 1904; proclaimed March 24, 1904
Liberia, money order. Convention for the exchange of money orders between the Republic of Liberia and the United States of America. Signed April 25, 1903, June 9, 1903
Transvaal, money order. Convention between the colony of the Transvaal and the United States of America concerning the exchange of money orders. Signed April 28, 1903, June 13, 1903
Great Britain, Zanzibar light and harbor dues. Treaty between the United States and Great Britain, acting in the name of the Sultan of Zanzibar, amending the treaty of amity and commerce concluded September 21, 1833, between the United States and the Sultan of Muscat, so as to permit the imposition of light and harbor dues on vessels of the United States entering the ports of Zanzibar and Pemba. Signed at Washington June 5, 1903; ratification advised by the Senate November 25, 1903; ratified by the President December 8, 1903; ratified by Great Britain June 30, 1903; ratifications exchanged at Washington December 24, 1903; proclaimed December 24, 1903
Costa Rica, money order. Convention for the exchange of money orders between the United States and the Republic of Costa Rica. Signed June 6, 1903, June 26, 1903
Cuba, postal. Postal convention between the United States of America and the Republic of Cuba. Signed June 16, 1903
Peru, money order. Convention for the exchange of money orders between the United States of America and the Republic of Peru. Signed August 8, 1903, September 12, 1903
China, commercial. Treaty between the United States and China for the extension of the commercial relations between them. Signed at Shanghai October 8, 1903; ratification advised by the Senate December 18, 1903; ratified by the President January 12, 1904; ratified by China January 10, 1904; ratifications exchanged at Washington January 13, 1904; proclaimed January 13, 1904
Panama, Isthmian Canal. Convention between the United States and the Republic of Panama for the construction of a ship canal to connect the waters of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Signed at Washington November 18, 1903; ratification advised by the Senate February 23, 1904; ratified by the President February 25, 1904; ratified by Panama December 2, 1903; ratifications exchanged at Washington February 26, 1904; proclaimed February 26, 1904
Hongkong, parcels post. Parcels-post convention between the United States of America and the colony of Hongkong. Signed November 21, 1903
Cuba, relations with. Treaty between the United States and Cuba embodying the provisions defining the future relations of the United States with Cuba contained in the act of Congress, approved March 2, 1901, making appropriations for the Army. Signed at Habana, May 22, 1903; ratification advised by he Senate, March 22, 1904; ratified by the President, June 25, 1904; ratified by Cuba, June 20, 1904; ratifications exchanged at Washington, July 1, 1904; proclaimed, July 2, 1904
Ethiopia, commercial relations. Treaty between the United States and the King of Ethiopia to regulate the commercial relations between the two countries. Signed at Addis-Ababa, December 27, 1903; ratification advised by the Senate, March 12, 1904; ratified by the President, March 17, 1904; King of Ethiopia notified of ratification, August 2, 1904; proclaimed, September 30,1904
Netherlands, extradition in islands and colonies. Treaty between the United States and the Kingdom of the Netherlands, extending the extradition convention of June 2, 1887, between the two countries to their respective island possessions and colonies. Signed at Washington, January 18, 1904; ratification advised by the Senate, January 27, 1904; ratified by the President, May 26, 1904; ratified by the Netherlands, April 4, 1904; ratifications exchanged at Washington, May 28, 1904; proclaimed, May 31, 1904
Cuba, relations, supplementary. Supplementary convention between the United States and Cuba extending the period within which may be exchanged the ratifications of the treaty of May 22, 1903, between the United States and Cuba, embodying the provisions defining their future relations. Signed at Washington, January 20, 1904; ratification advised by the Senate, January 27, 1904; ratified by the President, June 25, 1904; ratified by Cuba, June 20, 1904; ratifications exchanged at Washington, July 1, 1904; proclaimed, July 2, 1904
France, relations in Tunis. Treaty between the United States and France for the determination of their relations in Tunis. Signed at Washington, March 15, 1904; ratification advised by the Senate, March 24, 1904; ratified by the President, May 6, 1904; ratified by France, April 3, 1904; ratifications exchanged at Washington, May 7, 1904; proclaimed May 9, 1904
Cuba, extradition. Treaty between the United States and Cuba for the mutual extradition of fugitives from justice. Signed at Washington, April 6, 1904; ratification advised by the Senate, April 26, 1904; ratified by the President, January 24, 1905; ratified by Cuba, January 16, 1905; ratifications exchanged at Washington, January 31, 1905; proclaimed, February 8, 1905
Cuba, extradition protocol. Protocol amending Spanish text of Cuban Extradition Treaty, signed April 6, 1904. Signed at Washington, December 6, 1904; ratification advised by the Senate, December 15, 1904; ratified by the President, January 24, 1905; ratified by Cuba, January 16, 1905; ratifications exchanged at Washington, January 31, 1905; proclaimed, February 8, 1905
Canada, postal. Amendment to postal convention between Canada and United States, of January, 1888. June 28, 1904
Japan, parcels post. Parcels-post convention between the United States of America and the Empire of Japan. June 30, 1904
Norway, parcels post. Parcels-post convention between the United States of America and Norway.
Belgium, parcels post. Parcels-post convention between the United States of America and Belgium, November 19, 1904
Great Britain, parcels post. Agreement between the Post-Office Department of the United States of America and the post-office of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland for the direct exchange of parcels by parcels post.