Treaties and Agreements with and Concerning China, 1894-1919: Manchu period (1894-1911) (Google eBook)

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John Van Antwerp MacMurray
Oxford University Press, 1921 - China - 1729 pages
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Contents

January 11 1913
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yy April 17 1895 JAPAN CHINATreaty of Peace with
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May 24 1909 vey of KueilinChuanchow Railway Line 19093 774 SWEDEN CHINAAdditional Article
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sion of Fengtien Peninsula 189510 52
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v April
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o August 28 1896
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w July
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September 6 1897
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December 22 1913 DENMARK Great Northern Telegraph Com
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14 1913
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27 1898
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January 9 1919 FRANCE GREAT BRITAIN ITALY JAPAN
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nese Settlements Inland Navigation Taxes
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October
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FRANCE CHINADeclaration concerning
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July
102
October
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GREAT BRITAIN CHINADeclaration
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January 21 1914 FRANCE Banque Industrielle de Chine
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NJ
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March 6 1899
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January 30 1902 April 8 1902
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October 1 1917 JAPAN Tsingtao GarrisonMilitary Notifica
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1 August
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FRANCE CHINAAgreement regarding
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October 1 1917 JAPAN Tsingtao GarrisonMilitary Ordi
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s August
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February 5 1919 JAPAN CHINASupplement to Military
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August 29 1905 UNITED STATES American China Develop
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June 28 1906 RUSSIA UNITED STATESExchange
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INTERNATIONAL CHINARegulations
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FRANCE GREAT BRITAINExchange
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October 1 1917 JAPAN Tsingtao GarrisonMilitary Ordi
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GERMANY GREAT BRITAINAgreement
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22 1902
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marine Cable between Chefoo and Weihaiwei 19011
269
November
277
October
283
GREAT BRITAIN JAPANAgreement rela
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22 1902
330
March
342
30 1904
350
October
356
Dscember 21 1904
371
June
377
April 7 1916 UNITED STATES Lee Higginson Com
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January
414
28 1905
428
2 1905
453
CHINACustoms Regulations for Port
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February
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BELGIUM Society des Mines du Luhan
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May 17 1916 UNITED STATES Siems Carey CHINA
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y July 24 i9ii GERMANY Schantung Bergbau Gesellschaft
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March 1 1919 JAPAN CHINASupplement to Naval Agree
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September 1 1905 JAPAN RUSSIAProtocol of Armistice 19058
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13 1907
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18 1907
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October 3 1905 FRANCE UNITED STATESExchange
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December 22 1905 JAPAN CHINA Secret Protocols
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22 1909 GREAT BRITAIN Hongkong CHINA
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December 27 1905 GREAT BRITAIN Natal CHINAPostal
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April
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October 16 1906 ITALY RUSSIAExchange of Notes
606
November 9 1906 JAPAN CHINAAgreement in regard
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May 24 1919 GREAT BRITAIN Marconis Wireless Tele
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October 30 1917 CHINA Presidential Mandates promulgating
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331
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RUSSIA Chinese Eastern Railway Company
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JAPAN CHINAAgreement regarding Estab
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339
671
August 3 1914
682
October 16 1916 JAPAN Okura Company CHINA Feng
698
September 3 1914
716
March 25 1908 GREAT BRITAIN British Chinese Corpora
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May 14 1908 JAPAN CHINAAgreement for Sino
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May 30 1908 INTERNATIONAL CHINARevised Regu
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October 8 1908 FRANCE Banque de lTndoChine GREAT
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October 8 1908 UNITED STATES CHINAArbitration
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November 7 1908 JAPAN CHINAAgreement concerning
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CHINARegulations for Third Year Domestic
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February 90JRUSSIA CHINAPostal Arrangement 19063 597
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330
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April 15 1912 FRANCE Compagnie Franchise des Chemins
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August 3 1909 BRAZIL CHINAArbitration Convention 19095
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August 28 1909 PERU CHINAProtocol concerning Chinese
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JAPAN CHINAMemorandum concerning
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September 4 1909 JAPAN CHINAAgreement relating
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January 8 1912 CHINARegulations for the 8 Military Loan 19121 INTERNATIONAL CHINAInternational
798
June 18 1912 FRANCE Banque de lIndoChine GER
800
July 4 1910 JAPAN RUSSIAConvention in regard
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September 28 1910 GERMANY DeutschAsiatische Bank GREAT
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July 11 1912 GERMANY DeutschAsiatische Bank
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July 12 1912 GREAT BRITAIN Jackson International
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October 27 1910 UNITED STATES American Group
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May 23 1910 FRANCE Banque de lIndoChine GER
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April IS 1911 FRANCE Banque de llndoChine GER
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August 30 1912 GREAT BRITAIN G Birch Crisp Com
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May 8 1911 NETHERLANDS CHINAConsular Con
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February 11 1907 GREAT BRITAINOrder in Council 19054
851
August 10 1918 CHINARegulations governing Issue of Gold
854
May 8 1911 GREAT BRITAIN CHINAAgreement
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January 14 1918 JAPAN Tsingtao GarrisonMilitary Ordi
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Opium Convention 19122
861
May 9 1911 CHINAImperial Edict regarding Nationaliza
865
September 24 1912 BELGIUM Compagnie Generale de Chemins
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Railways 19073
869
January 26 1912 INTERNATIONALResolutions of Diplomatic
870
June
880
June 10 1910 FRANCE Banque de lIndoChine CHINA
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October
893
May 12 1911 JAPAN Fushun Colliery Company CHINA
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November 3 1912 MONGOLIA RUSSIAAgreement regarding
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May 20 1911 FRANCE Banque de llndoChine GER
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December
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January
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Page 518 - The preservation of the common interests of all Powers in China by insuring the independence and integrity of the Chinese Empire and the principle of equal opportunities for the commerce and industry of all nations in China...
Page 774 - In each individual case the High Contracting Parties, before appealing to the Permanent Court of Arbitration, shall conclude a special Agreement defining clearly the matter in dispute, the scope of the powers of the Arbitrators, and the periods to be fixed for the formation of the Arbitral Tribunal and the several stages of the procedure...
Page 220 - Washington within six months from the date hereof, or earlier if possible. In faith whereof, we, the respective Plenipotentiaries, have signed this treaty and have hereunto affixed our seals. Done in duplicate at Paris, the tenth day of December, in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-eight.
Page 221 - It is, of course, too early to forecast the means of attaining this last result; but the policy of the Government of the United States is to seek a solution which may bring about permanent safety and peace to China, preserve Chinese territorial and administrative entity, protect all rights guaranteed to friendly Powers by treaty and international law, and safeguard for the world the principle of equal and impartial trade with all parts of the Chinese Empire.
Page 430 - The principles of the Christian religion as professed by the Protestant and Roman Catholic churches, are recognized as teaching men to do good, and to do to others as they would have others do to them. Hereafter, those who quietly profess and teach these doctrines shall not be harassed or persecuted on account of their faith. Any person, whether citizen of the United States or Chinese convert, who according to these tenets peaceably...
Page 784 - Should any event occur threatening the status quo as above described or the principle of equal opportunity as above defined, it remains for the two Governments to communicate with each other in order to arrive at an understanding as to what measures they may consider it useful to take.
Page 231 - That it will levy no higher harbor dues on vessels of another nationality frequenting any port in such "sphere" than shall be levied on vessels of its own nationality, and no higher railroad charges over lines built, controlled, or operated within its "sphere" on merchandise belonging to citizens or subjects of other nationalities transported through such " sphere " than shall be levied on similar merchandise belonging to its own nationals transported over equal distances.
Page 351 - China having expressed a strong desire to reform her judicial system and to bring it into accord with that of Western nations, Great Britain agrees to give every assistance to such reform, and she will also be prepared to relinquish her extra-territorial rights when she is satisfied that the state of the Chinese laws, the arrangement for their administration, and other considerations warrant her in so doing.
Page 759 - Those who quietly profess and teach these doctrines shall not be harassed or persecuted on account of their faith. Any person, whether citizen of the United States or Chinese convert, who, according to these tenets, peaceably teaches and practises the principles of Christianity shall in no case be interfered with or molested therefor.
Page 760 - Tariffs, in their present form, shall remain in force for ten years more, reckoned from the end of the preceding ten years, and so it shall be at the end of each successive period of ten years.