Treaties and Other International Agreements of the United States of America, 1776-1949: Iraq-Muscat (Google eBook)

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Department of State, 1968 - Treaties
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and 3 1947 Air transport services
49
and April 19 1944
53
June 28 1948 Economic cooperation
58
August 1 1949 Visas and visa fees
66
taxes on income For text
69
March 23 1868 Extradition
76
February 26 1871 Commerce and navigation
82
May 8 1878 Rights privileges and immunities of consular
91
February 24 1881 Rights privileges and immunities of consular
98
October 28 1892 Copyright
104
June 13 1903 and Protection of trademarks in Morocco
110
March 28 1908 Arbitration
116
October 30 1912 and Relinquishment of extraterritorial rights in
122
and Copyright
129
August 24 1918 Military service
136
November 14 1925 Debt funding
145
shipping profits
151
February 11 21 and Waiver of visa fees for nonimmigrants
158
September 23 1931 Advancement of peace
164
September8 1931 Recognition of loadline certificates
174
April 24 1945 Telegraph service
184
December 6 1945 Commercial relations
190
landing rights
198
July 4 1947 Relief assistance
204
landing rights
213
September 3 1947 Military and civil affairs
248
January 3 1948 Relief assistance
255
November 6 1945
258
February 2 1948 Friendship commerce and navigation
261
February 20
281
February 6 1948 Air transport services
289
February 14 1948 Settlement of claims of Italian prisoners of
299
June 28 1948 Economic cooperation
306
June 28 1948 Mostfavorednation treatment for areas
320
and Economic cooperation
326
December 18 1948 Financing of educational exchange program
333
January 25 1949
339
February 24 1949 Financial and economic relations claims
342
lire acquired by
349
June 17 1854 Peace and amity
355
July 29 1858 Amity and commerce
362
March 19 1859 Amity and commerce
373
May 17 1880 Reimbursement of shipwreck expenses
381
November 22 1894 Commerce and navigation
387
January 13 1897 Patents trademarks and designs
397
May 17 1906 Extradition
404
May 19 1908 Protection of industrial property in China
411
June 28 1913 and Arbitration
423
Agreement
425
February 11 1922 Rights in former German islands in Pacific
430
April 14 1923 Mutual interests in China cancellation of
437
and 7 1926 Waiver of visa fees for nonimmigrants
444
and Narcotic drugs
452
February 13 Recognition of loadline certificates
459
April 14 1949 Settlement of Awa Maru claim
467
August 24 1948 Military and security measures
477
December 10 Economic cooperation
492
and Parcel post
500
May 18 1949 Transfer of coastal vessels
507
June 21 1949
511
July 31 1854 Commerce
513
Pact
515
September 24 1925 Debt funding
521
February 1 1926 Mostfavorednation treatment in customs
528
January 14 1930 Arbitration
546
October 10 1934 Extradition
554
Lebanon
562
and Money orders
571
Liberia
580
November 1 1937 Extradition
589
August 8 1938 Friendship commerce and navigation
595
September 22 1924 Debt funding
661
December 23 1925 Mostfavorednation treatment in customs
668
September 14 and Trademarks
675
June 9 1932 Debt funding
681
April 17 1937 Waiver of visa fees for nonimmigrants
688
Foot
694
April 6 1929 Arbitration
701
April 24 1935 Extradition
707
administration and jurisdiction
714
September 12 1946 Waiver of certain war claims
721
July 3 1948 Mostfavorednation treatment for areas under
736
Madagascar
742
Mexico
760
April 3 1835 Boundaries
781
January 30 1843 Claims
788
December 30 1853 Boundaries Gadsden Treaty
812
December 11 1861 Postal convention
821
July 10 1868 Naturalization
831
duration of Joint Commission
838
arbitration award
844
July 29 1882 Boundary line west of the Rio Grande
850
Rio Grande and Rio
865
May 14 1886 Commerce
872
June 25 1890 Right to pursue Indians across boundary line
881
Rio Grande and Rio
887
the case of Charles Oberlander and
894
February 22 1899 Extradition
900
Rio Grande and Rio
908
Rio Grande and Rio
910
June 25 1902 Extradition
918
May 21 1906 Distribution of waters of Rio Grande
924
December 5 1910 Chamizal arbitration
933
September 10 1923 Special claims
941
December 23 1925 Prevention of smuggling
949
December 23 1925 Extradition
955
August 17 1929 Extension of Special Claims Commission
963
June 18 1932 Extension of General Claims Commission
970
February 1 1933 Rectification of Rio Grande
976
April 24 1934 Special claims
1004
June 13 1935 Assistance to and salvage of vessels
1015
April 13 1937 Boundaries
1023
November 9 1938 Compensation for expropriated lands
1045
and 28 Rad iobi oadcasting
1047
November 19 1941 Expropriation of petroleum properties
1055
March 27 1942 Lendlease
1063
August 4 1942 Migratory workers
1069
and Consular officers
1076
April 17 Fisheries
1090
October 24 1942
1099
December 23 1942 Reciprocal trade
1109
January 22 1943 Military service
1118
March 3 Plantation rubber investigations
1125
April 29 1943 Migratory workers
1136
and Weather stations
1143
April 17 1942 and Payment for expropriated petroleum properties
1150
December 8 1943 Health and sanitation program
1158
Utilization of waters of Colorado and Tijuana
1166
Anthropological research
1193
Rehabilitation of certain Mexican national
1200
Weather stations
1206
Migratory workers
1215
Migratory workers supplementary agreement
1224
Migratory workers
1232
Commission for scientific investigation of tuna
1242
Anthropological research
1248
Migratory workers Fot text see 2 UST 1048
1258
December 28 1948 Commission on Cultural Cooperation
1264
and Migratory workers For text see 2 UST 1130
1271
Morocco
1278
Peace and friendship
1286

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Page 407 - Differences which may arise of a legal nature, or relating to the Interpretation of Treaties existing between the two Contracting Parties, and which it may not have been possible to settle by diplomacy...
Page 24 - March 11, 1941, the terms and conditions thereof shall be such as not to burden commerce between the two countries, but to promote mutually advantageous economic relations between them and the betterment of worldwide economic relations.
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Page 586 - Contracting Parties and which it may not have been possible to settle by diplomacy, shall be referred to the Permanent Court of Arbitration established at The Hague by the Convention of the...
Page 794 - The boundary line between the two republics shall commence in the gulf of Mexico, three leagues from land, opposite the mouth of the Rio Grande, otherwise called Rio Bravo del Norte, or opposite the mouth of its deepest branch, if it should have more than one branch emptying directly into the sea : from thence up the middle of that river, following the deepest channel, where it has more than one, to the point where it strikes the southern boundary of New Mexico ; thence...
Page 631 - In the final determination of the benefits to be provided to the United States of America...
Page 776 - It shall continue and remain in full force for the term of ten years from the day of exchange of the ratifications, and further, until the end of one year after either of the contracting parties shall have given notice to the other of its intention to terminate the same...
Page 291 - The laws and regulations of one contracting party relating to the admission to or departure from its territory of aircraft engaged in international air navigation, or to the operation and navigation of such aircraft while within its territory, shall be applied to the aircraft of the airlines designated by the other contracting party...
Page 431 - Africa to the territory subject to such local modifications as circumstances may require* The Mandatory shall promote to the utmost the material and moral wellbeing and the social progress of the inhabitants of the territory subject...
Page 154 - All differences relating to international matters in which the High Contracting Parties are concerned by virtue of a claim of right made by one against the other under treaty or otherwise...

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