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Rubber:

Schneefels, prize ship completing
Contraband status.

X,
voyage

with neutral
236, 246, 248, 382
cargo.

386-387
Interference with shipments.- 334, | Schwab, C. H., agreement not

337, 363, 382, 440 to build submarines for
United States, protest against

belligerents.

578
interference

334 | Scorpion, American warship
Russia:

stationed at Constanti-
Agreement denied with Japan

nople...

62, 757, 758, 760
and Great Britain on

Scott, R. E., enlistment in
Manchuria and Kiao-

French army-

561-563
chow..

164-165

Senate. See United States:
Declaration of London, atti-

Congress.
tude.--
217, 220 Serajevo assassinations...

15n,
Hospital supplies, attitude

17, 22, 108-109
toward exemption from

Servia:
seizure.
835 Mails, censorship--

543
Mails, censorship

543 War with Central Powers:
Mine laying.---

465

Serajevo assassinations... 22, 107
Peace:

Austrian ultimatum.. 17, 102-103
Agreement against separate

Reply--

18, 103
peace..

99, 101
Mobilization...

18, 108
Efforts to preserve.

Declaration of war by Aus-
Good offices of U. S., reply

tria.

19, 103
to offer..

45, 78–79
Hostilities

32, 33, 64
Red Cross ship, attitude.. 830

Notification of annulment
Transfer of flag of merchant

of treaties with Tur-
ships, attitude.--

492
key..

141-142
Treaty for the advancement

Negotiations with Russia
of general peace, conclu-

regarding cessions to
sion with U. S..

7n, 8
Bulgaria..

154
U. S. naval forces in Turkish

Shantung Railway, occupation
waters, attitude...

761

by Japan.. 181-183, 191-202, 207
War with Central powers:

Sif, copper shipments de-
Attitude toward Austro-

tained.--

355, 363
Servian conflict. 15, 17, 18, 27
Mobilization..

Sigrun, neutral ship and cargo
detained..

355, 363
17, 20, 26, 27, 31, 39, 61, 114
German ultimatum

Silk Dyers' Mutual Protective

Association, request for aid
jected.--
27, 92

408
Declaration of war by

in securing German dyes.--

Silver City (N. Mex.) Chamber
Germany --- 28, 32, 33, 34, 92
Uncertainty of relations

of Commerce, protest

against interference with
with Austria -- 30, 34, 38

280-281
Declaration of

copper shipments...

by
Austria.--

47, 48

Sloterdyk, neutral ship detained
with copper cargo.---

316
Policy regarding Turkey ---

104, 120

Smyrna, conditions and requests
Bombardment of Odessa by

for protection of American

interests.
Turkish ships--

126, 137
Severance of relations with

758, 762–763,768,779,780–781

Tennessee incident.. 771-774,
Turkey.--- 127-128, 137-138

779-780
Negotiations with Bul-
garia and Servia-----

154 Spain:
Ryndam, detained neutral ship. 320, 388

Hospital supplies, proposal to

exempt from seizure.. 831
Sacramento (Alexandria), trans-

Neutrality------ 63-64, 71, 135-136
fer to American flag and

Peace, proposals to U. S. for
supplying warships.- 622, 625, 627,

joint offer of good offices. 63–64,
634, 640, 643–644, 650, 701

70–71, 117, 146–147
Safe conduct for Belgian relief

Treaty for the advancement
ships.--
819, 823-824

of general peace, conclu-
San Giovanni, copper shipments

sion with U. S... вп, 7, 71
seized.---- 330, 334, 335, 337, 344 Spencer Kellogg & Sons, oil cake
Sandefjord, neutral' ship de-

shipment accepted by Neth-
tained...

370, 382
erlands.

322, 388

15,

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war

75,

66-67,

war-

car-

VI-XIV

27,

44, 88

on

Page | Supplying belligerent

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Spenser, diverted to England

ships—Continued.
with wheat cargo at out-

In neutral ports:
break of war

304 Chile, regulations and atti-
Standard. See Caloria.

tude.

436–437,
Standard Oil Co.:

697, 701, 704–705
Detention of ships, protests.- 324- Colombia, regulations.

690
326, 363-364, 439 Panama Canal, rules.... XIV,
Illuminating oil, discussion of

553-554
contraband status.-- 294–297 Peru, comment on Chilean
Transfer of ships from German

proposals.--

446
to American flag, discus-

United States, rules and
sion...

486-489
attitude.

549–550
British and French pro-

Sweden:
tests ---

499-500

Detention and seizure of
Question waived.. 326, 329

neutral ships and
Stewart, Rev. J. S. (missionary

goes, protest.--- 360–361
in Turkey), request for aid
and protection

770

Embargoes on reexport of
contraband

323,
Stone, W. J. (Chairman, Senate
Committee on Foreign Re-

341, 345, 356, 359
Mine laying---

454
lations), correspondence on
neutrality

361

Protest to belligerents..
Straits Settlements, embargo on

Neutrality-- 31, 52, 60, 151, 159–161

German overtures for aid..
rubber.

422
Straus, Oscar, conversation with

North Sea, protests against
German Ambassador

98-99

closure by Great Britain.
peace.

465,

466, 472
Strinda, detained with meat
shipments---

350
Treaty for the advancement

con-
Sturmfels, German ship with

of general peace,

clusion with U. S.--. 7-8
neutral cargo, proposed safe
conduct between neutral

Swift & Co., meat shipments
ports.--

383–384

detained.-- 349–350, 355, 363, 366
Submarines, sale to belligerents Switzerland:
in sections.

577, 578

Cablegrams, protests against
Suffolk, warship hovering off

interference------ 513-516, 528
American port.--

657, 658 Joint action with U.Sc.- 515-517,
Sulzberger & Sons, meat ship-

528
ments detained.. 349-350, 355 Imports, request for aid in
Supplying belligerent warships:

securing transit
By merchant ships:

Italy.

394
Argentina, regulations and

Peace, proposal to U. S. of
practice--- 683, 690-691, 704 joint good offices.- 130-131
Brazil, regulations and prac-
tice..

632, 684 Tellus, detained with neutral
Chile, regulations and atti-

cargo.--

370, 382
tude.. 437, 640, 650, 705 Tenders of warships

586-590,
France, protests
618, 621

592-593, 653–654
Germany, attitude and pro-

Teneriffe Steel Co., license for
tests.-

588,
manganese refused....

429
590, 646-647, 653, 658
Great Britain, protests and

Tennessee (American warship):
suggestions

584,

Dispatched with funds for
622, 627-628, 629, 632-

distressed Americans--- 47, 94
In Turkish waters ---

121n,
633, 636-637, 645–646,
693-694, 696.

762, 769, 777
United States, rules and at-

Smyrna incident.- 771-774, 779_780
titude..

586, 587,

Territorial waters:
589, 592-593, 616-620,

Italian six-mile rule.-- 664-665
622-626, 628-632, 634- United States, attitude. 665–667
636, 638–639, 641-644, Uruguayan five-mile rule... 664n

647-651, 653–654, 662. Threefoot Bros. & Co., protest
Memorandum of Sept.

against interference with
19.---
618-620 cablegrams.

527

across

Page

Page
Tobacco:
Contraband status.--.

302
British assurance against
inclusion.--

303
Interference with shipments 302-303
United States, protest against
interference.

303
By citizens.

301-302
Toronto, copper cargo seized.. 362
"Transfer of flag of merchant

ships, belligerent to neutral:
Brazil, attitude..

493, 498
Declaration of London, pro-
visions...

481-482,
485, 487, 490, 494, 500, 502
France, attitude..

485,

489, 490–492, 500
Germany, attitude.

502
Great Britain, attitude

326,
329, 489-490, 494, 496–497, 499
Russia, attitude.

492
United States, attitude 325-326,

488-489, 493, 495-496, 499–500,

501-502, 643–644.
'Treaties for the advancement

of general peace. See under

United States.
*Treaty of Washington, 1871,

rules on arming and fitting

out belligerent ships.-- 593-594
Tremeadow, British collier at
Panama..

653
Triton, cotton shipments de-
tained by Denmark.--

402
Tsingtao. See Kiaochow.
Tuckerton Radio Station taken

over by Navy Dept.,

rules of operation -- 678-679
"Turkey:
Aliens and alien property,
treatment.

138–141,
157-159, 758, 760, 763–764,

766, 768, 770, 780–791.
Exchange of nationals
demanded.

128,
139, 750, 784, 787, 790–791
Intercession of U. S. Gov-

ernment and Ambassa-
dor

128, 138–140,
158-159, 780–781, 785–790
Reprisals threatened for

bombardments.--- 780-789
Capitulations, abrogation.

104,
158, 757, 763, 767-768, 777
Protests of U. S.

767, 777
Contraband lists..

268
Foreign institutions, treat-
ment.-- 121, 157-159, 760,

767–768, 775–779, 781, 786
Interests in charge of U. S. in
Great Britain..

129
Mails, censorship-

540-541
Mine laying --

113
Treaty for the advancement of

general peace, negotia-
tions with U, S..

9-10

Turkey-Continued.
U. S. naval forces in Turkish

waters:
Requests for dispatch.--- 62–63,

66, 756–759, 765, 767-770
Reference to European
powers.

759-760
Replies of -
France.

761
Germany

760, 767
Great Britain.

765
Russia..

761
Dispatch of North Carolina

and Tennessee.- 762, 768, 769
Tennessee launch fired on at

Smyrna --- 771-774, 779-780
Retention..

774-775
War with Allied powers:
Attitude

32,
61-62, 66, 69, 75, 79–80, 84,
104, 111, 113–114, 119-121,
126, 136-138, 758, 762–763,

767.
Declaration of neutrality-. 50-51
Mobilization...

51,
61, 85, 110, 120, 141
Purchase of Goeben and
Breslau..

62
Attitude of U. S..

77, 134
Fleet in Black Sea.

111
Closure of Dardanelles.- 113–114,

137
Bedouin incursions into
Egypt---

125-126,

136-137, 153
Bombardment of Odessa by
fleet.---.

126, 137
Departure of Allied Ambas-

sadors. 127-128, 136-138, 148
Declaration of state of war
by Great Britain.

129
Proclamation of Holy War. 132-

133, 142–143, 150, 159, 783
Servian notification of annul-

ment of treaties.---. 141-142
Turpentine. See Naval stores.
Tyr, copper and rubber ship-
ments detained..

355, 363
Uller, detained with cotton
cargo..

346-347, 348
Ultimate destination. See Con-

traband of war: Continu-

ous voyage.
Union_Metallic Cartridge Co.
See Remington Arms-U. M. C.

Co.
United Metals Selling Co., pro-

tests against interference
with copper shipments.. 330-331,

333
United States:
Armament of merchant ships,
rules and attitude --- 549, 595-

597, 599–604, 606, 611-614
Memorandum of Sept. 19.. 611-

612

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United States Continued.

Page
Contraband, attitude...

IX,
234, 239, 240–244, 250–251,
260, 272–278, 282–283, 285,
288–289, 295, 297-299, 303,

370-371, 373–374, 405.
Circular of Aug. 15.- 274-278
Continuous voyage.

IX,

229, 251, 340, 352
Neutral port as base of

belligerent trade, sug-
gestion..

250
Convoy of merchant ships,
attitude.

274
Cooperation of neutral states,
attitude---- 432, 435, 450–453,

466, 473-474, 516-517, 528
Cotton shipments to Germany,
efforts to promote --- 290-291,

415-416
Customs collectors, instruc-

tions and reports on main-
tenance of neutrality---- 332,

595, 597, 612-613, 615–617,
624, 626, 632, 641-642,

674-675.
Dardanelles, protest of Am-

bassador against closure
by Turkey..

113–114
Declaration of London, pro-
posal to recognize.

XIV,
216, 217, 225–244, 247,

249–252, 257--259, 376.
Detention and seizure of neu-

tral ships and cargoes,
attitude and protests... IX-X,

229-232, 251-252, 259, 277–
278 ,288–289, 293, 297, 304-
310, 314, 316-317, 322-326,
333–334, 338, 344, 346-347,
354–355, 363-364, 366, 370-

371, 432–435, 438-441, 526
Note of December 26.-- 372–375
Visit and search at sea in-

334,
340, 344, 349, 354, 374-375
Detentions and embargoes,

“working arrangement
proposed by Great Brit-

war.

United States-Continued. Page
Atrocity charges, attitude --- 793,

796–798, 802, 804,805, 808–809
Reports of diplomatic and
consular officers.

793,
794, 799–802, 805–806
Belgian neutrality, reception

of protests against viola-
tion...

41, 88
Belgian relief, attitude.. 810,

812–813, 815-817, 819
Belgium, Legation retained in
Brussels.

45-47,
49, 65, 67, 69, 73–74, 76
Representations against de-
fense of city--

74, 86
Cablegrams, protests against
interference

505-512,

515-517, 519-530
Cables, attitude on cutting- VIII, 503
Capitulations in Turkey, pro-

test against abrogation. 767, 777
Citizens abroad, aid, protec-

tion, repatriation:
In Europe at outbreak of

24,
26–28, 31, 34-38, 40, 43,
47, 49, 63, 71, 74, 81-82,
87, 92–97, 100, 105, 474-

484, 734, 826, 831.
In Turkish territories... 62,

63, 66–67, 128, 140, 756–778
Citizens' protests against

interference with cable-
grams. 503-505, 507, 514,

516, 521, 523-524, 526-527
Citizens' protests against

interference with ship-

ments of:
Copper. -

278–282,
283–284, 330-331, 333
Cotton and

cottonseed
products - 284–288, 321-322
Foodstuffs.

271, 273-274,
304, 306, 336–337, 349–352
Naval stores (turpentine

and rosin).- 297–298, 300-301
Oil..

294--297
Tobacco..

301-302
Congress:
Act of Aug. 18, 1914, on

registry of foreign-
built ships---

485-486
Appropriation for represen-

tation of belligerent
governments

472–473
Resolution (Senate) on in-

terference with copper
shipments

317
Resolution (Senate) pro-

posed on export of
munitions.

578-579
Senate Committee on For-

eign Relations, corre-
spondence of chairman
on neutrality--- VI-XIV

ain - 356,358, 361, 362, 425–431
Egypt, attitude toward alter-
ation of status..

150-151
Embargoes by belligerent

states, efforts for exemp-

tions:
Chrome ore.

421, 427, 429
Cyanide

410, 416
Dyestuffs. 406-408, 414-416
Hides.

425, 430
Manganese

418-422
Meats...

418
Plumbago.

427, 428
Potash.

411
Rubber.. 420-422, 425, 430
Wool.

419, 422-424, 429

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United States-Continued. Page
Embargoes by neutral states,
attitude..

234, 239,
324, 347, 354–355, 373–374,

387-389, 391–392, 395–397
Enlistment in belligerent
forces, attitude...

548,

562-563, 582
Far East, policy regarding

developments:
Armed forces, augmentation

and use. 161-165, 168, 188–189
Foreign intervention in

China (Root-Takahira
notes).

172, 187, 190
Japanese occupation of Ger-

man Pacific Islands--- 209
Neutralization proposals. 163,

165–167, 189
Proposed retrocession of

Kiaochow by Germany. 174
Statement to Japan.---- 172–173
Flag:

On Red Cross ship-- 825, 827-830
Proposed use

on German
and Austrian ships to

repatriate Americans. 474-485
Use to protect belligerent
property in

enemy
countries.de

25,
29, 34, 38, 736–738, 741
France, Embassy retained in
Paris.

79, 83, 84, 86, 100
Hospital supplies, efforts for

exemption from seizure. 831-835
Hovering, protests --- XII-XIII,

657, 661, 663
Institutions in Turkey, treat-
ment.. 121, 157-159, 760,

767, 768, 775-779, 781, 786
Intercessions on behalf of
foreigners in Turkey- 128,

138–140, 158-159, 780–781,

785-790.
Representations to Ger-
many--

786, 789
Liberian neutrality, good

offices for maintenance. 711-718
Loans to belligerent govern-

ments, attitude.- XII, 580, 583
Mails, attitude on censorship-- VIII,

533, 535, 538, 542
Consular transmission of

private letters.- 539, 540, 542
Proposed regulations for

diplomatic and consular
mail.---

542
Manifests of cargo, instruc-

tions to customs collec-
tors.

595, 597
Withholding publication. 331-333
Mine laying by belligerents,
attitude.

454,
455–456, 467, 469, 473–474

United States-Continued.

Page
Munitions of war:
Sale, attitude..

X-XI,
XIV, 275, 547, 550, 557-559,

571, 575-576, 597, 580.
Circular of Oct. 15 --- 573-574
Illegal ammunition --- 808–809
Transit.

XIII, 572, 576
Naval forces in Turkish waters:
Requests for dispatch.--- 62-63,

66, 756—759, 765, 767-770
Reference to European
powers.

759-760
Replies of
France.

761
Germany

760, 767
Great Britain.

765
Russia..

761
Dispatch of North Carolina

and Tennessee.- 762, 768, 769
Tennessee launch fired on

at Smyrna. 771-774, 779–780
Retention...

774-775
Neutrality:
Proclamation..

547-551
President's appeal to citi-

551-552
Public circulars. 274–275, 573-574
North Sea, attitude toward

British declaration of mili-
tary area.

466, 473-474
nama Canal, maintenance
of neutrality.

XIV,

552-555, 651-655
Passports and consular certi-

ficates, regulations ---- 721-731
Executive order of Nov.
13.--

724-727
Circular instruction on emer-

gency passports, Dec.
21.

728-731
Peace:
Day of prayer--

118
Good offices, offers of .--- 19, 29,

42, 98-99
Joint good offices, attitude

toward proposals of
neutral states.---

65,

117, 131, 147, 452
Representation of belliger-

ent governments to in-
crease influence...-

736
Persian neutrality, response to

request for good offices
for preservation...

130
Red Cross, assistance in send-

ing units to belligerent

countries... 824-828, 830
Representation in enemy coun-

tries of -
Austria-Hungary

30, 38,
109, 180, 732–733, 736–738, 742
France...

120-121,
148, 731, 742, 747–748

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