Domingo, Abril 23, 2017

1920-1939

TABLE OF CONTENTS – TABLE DES MATIÈRES

Page
Avant-propos – Foreword
I. Affaire des propriétés religieuses. France, Royaume-Uni, Espagne contre Portugal. La Haye, 4 septembre 1920. 7-57
II. German cession of vessels and tugs for Rhine navigation. France, Germany. Paris, January 8, 1921. 59-81
III. German cession of vessels and tugs for Elbe navigation. Czechoslovakia, Germany. Paris, June 14, 1921. 83-95
IV. Navigation on the Danube. Allied Powers (Czechoslovakia, Greece, Romania, Serb-Croat-Slovene Kingdom); Germany, Austria, Hungary and Bulgaria. Paris, August 2, 1921. 97-212
V. Affaire des réclamations françaises contre le Pérou. France contre Pérou. La Haye, 11 octobre 1920. 215-221
VI. Affaire des frontières colombo-vénézuéliennes. Colombie contre Vénézuéla. Berne, 24 mars 1922. 223-298
VII. Affaire de l’impôt sur les bénéfices de guerre. France contre Espagne. Genève, 15 juin 1922. 301-305
VIII. Norwegian shipowners’ claims. Norway versus U.S.A. The Hague, October 13, 1922. 307-346
IX. Landreau claim. USA versus Peru. London, October 26, 1922. 347-367
X. Aguilar-Amory and Royal Bank of Canada claims. Great Britain versus Costa Rica. Washington, October 18, 1923. 369-399
XI. Affaire relative à l’acquisition de la nationalité polonaise. Allemagne contre Pologne. Vienne, 10 juillet 1924. 401-428
XII. Affaire des réparations allemandes selon l’article 260 du Traité de Versailles. Allemagne contre Commission des Réparations.Trondhjem, 3 septembre 1924. 429-528
XIII. Affaire de la Dette publique ottomane. Bulgarie, Irak, Palestine, Transjordanie, Grèce, Italie et Turquie. Genève, 18 avril 1925. 529-614
XIV. Affaire des biens britanniques au Maroc espagnol. Espagne contre Royaume-Uni. La Haye, 1er mai 1925. 615-742
XV. German industrial charges law. Germany, Reparation Commission. Stockholm, December 28, 1925. 745-752
XVI. Affaire relative à l’interprétation de l’article 11 du Protocole de Londres du 9 août 1924 (reparations allemandes). Allemagne contre Commissaire aux revenus gagés. La Haye, 23 juin 1926. 755-774
XVII. The Deutsche Amerikanische Petroleum Gesellschaft oil tankers. U.S.A., Reparation Commission. Paris,August 5, 1926. 777-795
XVIII. Règlement des prestations effectuées dans la Ruhr et dans les têtes de pont de Dusseldorf et de Duisburg. Allemagne contre France. La Haye, 21 septembre 1927. 797-819
XIX. Affaire de l’attaque de la caravane du maharao de Cutch. Royaume-Uni contre Éthiopie. Harrar, 7 octobre 1927. 821-827
XX. Island of Palmas case. Netherlands, U.S.A. The Hague, April 4, 1928. 829-871
XXI. a. Interpretation of London Agreement of August 9, 1924. Germany, Reparation Commission. The Hague, March 24, 1926.
b. Idem. Award. No. II. The Hague, January 29, 1927.
c. Idem. Award. No. III. The Hague, May 29, 1928
873-899
885-890
885-890
XXII. Affaire Goldenberg. Allemagne contre Roumanie. Lausanne, 27 septembre 1928. 901-910
XXIII. Walter Fletcher Smith Claim. Cuba, U.S.A. Washington, D.C., May 2 1929. 913-918
XXIV. Tacna-Arica question. Chile, Peru. Washington, D.C., March 4, 1925. 921-958
XXV. Affaire du chemin de fer de Sopron-Köszeg. Compagnie du chemin de fer vicinal de Sopron-Köszeg contre Autriche et Hongrie. Paris, 18 juin 1929. 961-973
XXVI. Affaire Martini. Italie contre Venezuela. Genève, 3 mai 1930. 975-1008
XXVII. a. Responsabilité de l’Allemagne à raison des dommages causés dans les colonies portugaises du sud de l’Afrique (sentence sur le principe de la responsabilité). Portugal contre Allemagne. Lausanne, 31 juillet 1928. 1011-1033
XXVII. b. Responsibilité de l’Allemagne à raison des dommages causés dans les colonies portugaises du sud de l’Afrique (sentence sur le principe de la responsabilité). Portugal contre Allemagne. Lausanne, 30 juin 1930. 1035-1077
XXVIII. Shufeldt claim. Guatemala, U.S.A. Belize, British Honduras, July 24, 1930. 1079-1102
XXIX. Affaire de l’île de Clipperton. Mexique contre France. Rome, 28 janvier 1931. 1105-1111
XXX. Affaire Chevreau. France contre Royaume-Uni. La Haye, 9 juin 1931. 1113-1143
XXXI. Affaire Campbell. Royaume-Uni contre Portugal. Bruxelles, 10 juin 1931. 1145-1158
XXXII. Salem Case. Egypt, U.S.A. Berlin, June 8, 1932. 1161-1237
XXXIII. The “Kronprins Gustaf Adolf”. Sweden, U.S.A. Washington, D.C., July 18, 1932. 1239-1305
XXXIV. Honduras borders. Guatemala, Honduras. Washington, D.C., January 23, 1933. 1307-1366
XIV. Affaire des biens britanniques au Maroc espagnol. Espagne contre Royaume-Uni. La Haye, 1er mai 1925. 615-742
XV. German industrial charges law. Germany, Reparation Commission. Stockholm, December 28, 1925. 745-752
XVI. Affaire relative à l’interprétation de l’article 11 du Protocole de Londres du 9 août 1924 (reparations allemandes). Allemagne contre Commissaire aux revenus gagés. La Haye, 23 juin 1926. 755-774
XVII. The Deutsche Amerikanische Petroleum Gesellschaft oil tankers. U.S.A., Reparation Commission. Paris,August 5, 1926. 777-795
XVIII. Règlement des prestations effectuées dans la Ruhr et dans les têtes de pont de Dusseldorf et de Duisburg. Allemagne contre France. La Haye, 21 septembre 1927. 797-819
XIX. Affaire de l’attaque de la caravane du maharao de Cutch. Royaume-Uni contre Éthiopie. Harrar, 7 octobre 1927. 821-827
XX. Island of Palmas case. Netherlands, U.S.A. The Hague, April 4, 1928. 829-871
XXI. a. Interpretation of London Agreement of August 9, 1924. Germany, Reparation Commission. The Hague, March 24, 1926.
b. Idem. Award. No. II. The Hague, January 29, 1927.
c. Idem. Award. No. III. The Hague, May 29, 1928
873-899
885-890
885-890
XXII. Affaire Goldenberg. Allemagne contre Roumanie. Lausanne, 27 septembre 1928. 901-910
XXIII. Walter Fletcher Smith Claim. Cuba, U.S.A. Washington, D.C., May 2 1929. 913-918
XXIV. Tacna-Arica question. Chile, Peru. Washington, D.C., March 4, 1925. 921-958
XXV. Affaire du chemin de fer de Sopron-Köszeg. Compagnie du chemin de fer vicinal de Sopron-Köszeg contre Autriche et Hongrie. Paris, 18 juin 1929. 961-973
XXVI. Affaire Martini. Italie contre Venezuela. Genève, 3 mai 1930. 975-1008
XXVII. a. Responsabilité de l’Allemagne à raison des dommages causés dans les colonies portugaises du sud de l’Afrique (sentence sur le principe de la responsabilité). Portugal contre Allemagne. Lausanne, 31 juillet 1928. 1011-1033
XXVII. b. Responsibilité de l’Allemagne à raison des dommages causés dans les colonies portugaises du sud de l’Afrique (sentence sur le principe de la responsabilité). Portugal contre Allemagne. Lausanne, 30 juin 1930. 1035-1077
XXVIII. Shufeldt claim. Guatemala, U.S.A. Belize, British Honduras, July 24, 1930. 1079-1102
XXIX. Affaire de l’île de Clipperton. Mexique contre France. Rome, 28 janvier 1931. 1105-1111
XXX. Affaire Chevreau. France contre Royaume-Uni. La Haye, 9 juin 1931. 1113-1143
XXXI. Affaire Campbell. Royaume-Uni contre Portugal. Bruxelles, 10 juin 1931. 1145-1158
XXXII. Salem Case. Egypt, U.S.A. Berlin, June 8, 1932. 1161-1237
XXXIII. The “Kronprins Gustaf Adolf”. Sweden, U.S.A. Washington, D.C., July 18, 1932. 1239-1305
XXXIV. Honduras borders. Guatemala, Honduras. Washington, D.C., January 23, 1933. 1307-1366

 

 

Arbitral Tribunal (Great Britain-United States) constituted under
the Special Agreement of August 18, 1910

Historical Note 5
Bibliography 7
Special Agreement:
Special Agreement for the submission to arbitration of pecuniary claims outstanding between the United States and Great Britain, concluded August 18, 1910 9-190
Arbitral Tribunal (Great Britain-United States) constituted under the Special Agreement of August 18, 1910 (18 June 1913 – 22 January 1926) 17
Decisions:
Great Britain v U.S. (Yukon Lumber case) 17-21
Owners of the Lindisfarne (Gr. Br.) v. U.S. 21-24
William Hardman (Gr. Br. ) v. U.S. 25- 26
The Glasgow King Shipping Company (Limited) (Gr. Br.) v. U.S. (King Robert case) 27-29
Great Britain and Others (Gr. Br.) v. U.S. (Canadienne case) 29-32
Henry James Bethune (Great Britain) v. United States (Lord Nelson case) 32-35
Great Northwestern Telegraph Company of Canada (Great Britain). v. United States 35-36
Sivewright, Bacon and Co. (Great Britain) v. United States (Eastry case) 36-40
Representatives of Elizabeth Cadenhead (Great Britain) v. United States 40-41
Owner of the Frederick Gerring, Jr. (United States) v. Great Britain 41-42
Home Frontier and Foreign Missionary Society of the United Brethren in Christ (United States) v. Great Britain 42-44
Owners of the Cargo of the Coquitlam (Great Britain) v. United States 45-48
Owners of the Tattler (United States) v. Great Britain 48-51
H.J.Randolph Hemming (Great Britain) v. United States 51-53
Owners of the Sidra (Great Britain) v. United States 53-57
Owners of the Jessie, the Thomas F. Bayard and the Pescawha (Great Britain) v. United States 57-60
Owners of the Argonaut and the Colonel Jonas H. French (United States) v. Great Britain 60-64
China Navigation Co., Ltd. (Great Britain) v. United States (Newchwang case) 64-68
Owners, Officers and Men of the Wanderer (Gr.Br).v. United States 68-77
Charterers and Crew of the Kate (Great Britain) v. United States 77-82
Laughlin McLean (Great Britain) v. United States (Favourite case) 82-85
Jesse Lewis (United States) v. Great Britain (David J. Adams case) 85-93
George Rodney Burt (United States) v. Great Britain (Fijian Land Claims) 93-99
Benson Robert Henry (United States) v. Great Britain (Fijian Land Claims) 100-104
Heirs of John B. Williams (United States) v. Great Britain (Fijian Land Claims) 104-109
Isaac M. Brower (United States) v. Great Britain (Fijian Land Claims) 109-112
Eastern Extension, Australasia and China Telegraph Company, Ltd. (Great Britain) v. United States 112-118
Cuba Submarine Telegraph Company, Ltd. (Great Britain) v. United States 118-120
Robert E. Brown (United States) v. Great Britain 120-131
Rio Grande Irrigation and Land Company, Ltd. (Great Britain) v. United States 131-138
Union Bridge Company (United States) v. Great Britain 138-142
Several Canadian Hay Importers (Great Britain) v. United States (Canadian Claims for Refund of Duties) 142-147
Owner of the R. T. Roy (United States) v. Great Britain 147-149
Adolph G. Studer (United States) v. Great Britain 149-153
Owner of the Horace B. Parker (United States) v. Great Britain 153-154
Owner of the Thomas F. Bayard (United States) v. Great Britain 154-156
Owner of the Sarah B. Putnam (United States) v. Great Britain 156-157
F. H. Redward and Others (Great Britain) v. United States (Hawaiian Claims) 157-158
Several British Subjects (Great Britain) v. United States (Iloilo Claims) 158-160
D. Earnshaw and Others (Great Britain) v. United States (Zafiro case) 160-165
Luzon Sugar Refining Company, Ltd. (Great Britain) v. United States 165
J. Parsons (Great Britain) v. United States 165-166
Successors of William Webster (United States) v. Great Britain 166-170
Cunningham and Thompson Company and Others (Great Britain) v. United States 171-173
Cunningham and Thompson Company and Others (Great Britain) v. United States. 171-173
Cayuga Indians (Great Britain) v. United States 173-190

 

 

Tripartite Claims Commission (United States, Austria and Hungary) constituted under the Agreement of November 26, 1924 (12 April 1927- 28 June 1929)

Historical Note 195
Bibliography 197
Agreement:
Agreement between the United States and Austria and Hungary for the determination of the amounts to be paid by Austria and by Hungary in satisfaction of their obligations under the Treaties concluded by the United States with Austria on August 24, 1921, and with Hungary on August 29, 1921 199
Decisions:
Administrative Decision No. I 203-212
Administrative Decision No. II 212-230
Herbert Payne (United States) v. Austria and Hungary 230
Mrs. Julius Biro (United States) v. Hungary 231
William Schneider and Joseph Bleier (United States) v. Hungary 231-232
Kurt Heppe (United States) v. Hungary and Hungarian Commercial Bank of Pest 232
Griff Glover (United States) v. Austria and Oesterreichischer-Lloyd 233-234
Joseph Amschler (United States) v. Austria and Banca Commerciale Triestina 234
Friederike Gottlieb (United States) v. Austria and Bohemian Savings Bank 234-235
Alexander Karl Rudolph (United States) v. Austria 235
Henry Neugass (United States) v. Austria and Hungary 235-240
Estate of Alexander Ortlieb (United States) v. Austria and Edward Coumont, Executor of Estate of Louis Ortlieb 240
Estate of Alexander Ortlieb (United States) v. Austria and Edward Coumont, Executorof Estate of Louis Ortlieb 240
Karl Klein (United States) v. Austria 241-242
Anton Pentz (United States) v. Austria, Hungary, and Austro-Hungarian Bank 242-244
Charles R. Crane (United States) v. Austria and City of Vienna 244-246
Benjamin Albert Kapp (United States) v. Hungary 246-248
Alexander Tellech (United States) v. Austria and Hungary 248-249
Max Fox (United States) v. Austria and Hungary 249-250
Grubnau Bros., Inc., and Atlantic Mutual Insurance Company (United States) v. Austria and Hungary 250-251
Rosa H. Kohn (United States) v. Hungary 251-252
Indian Motocycle Company (United States) v. Austria and Hungary 252-253
Henry Rothmann (United States) v. Austria and Hungary 253-259
Louis Zecchetto (United States) v. Austria and Hungary 259-260
Louis John Hois (United States) v. Austria and Wiener Bank-Verein 260-266
The First National Bank of Boston (United States) v. Austria and Wiener Bank-Verein 266-268
Mary Federer, Administratrix of the Estate of John J. Federer (United States) v. Austria and Wiener Bank-Verein 268-272
George and Theresa Zohrer (United States) v. Austria and Postsparkassen-Amt in Wien 272-273
Transatlantic Trust Company (United States) v. Austria and Postsparkassen-Amt in Wien 274
Henry Howard Ellison, William Rodman Ellison, and Henry Howard Ellison, Jr., American Partners in the late Firm of John B. Ellison & Sons (United States) v. Austria and Leopold Kuranda 274-275
Cyrus Wilfred Perkins (United States) v. Austria and Wien-Floridsdorfer Mineraloel Fabrik 275-277
Hugo Dylla (United States) v. Austria; John Szanto and Szekely Varga Katalin Szanto v. Austria; Charles Gasper (United States) v. Austria 277
Hugo Dylla (United States) v. Austria; John Szanto and Szekely Varga Katalin Szanto v. Austria; Charles Gasper (United States) v. Austria 277
Harald Waldemar von Campen (United States) v. Austria 277-278
Camilla Short (United States) v. Austria and Hungary 278-279
Jacob Margulies (United States) v. Austria and Hungary 279-282
Emil Frenkel (United States) v. Austria 282-285
Erna McArthur (United States) v. Austria 285-286
Elizabeth Filo and Bertha Salay (United States) v. Hungary 286-289
John Ujvari (United States) v. Hungary 289-290
Adolfo Stahl (United States) v. Hungary 290-292

 

 

General Claims Commission (United States and Panama) constituted under the Claims Convention of July 28, 1926, modified by the Convention of December 17, 1932 (22 May 1933-29 June 1933)

Historical Note 297
Bibliography 299
Conventions:
Claims Convention between the United States of America and Panama of July 28, 1926 301
Convention between the United States of America and Panama of December 17, 1932, modifying Claims Convention of July 28, 1926 305
Decisions:
Agnes Ewing Brown (United States) v. Panama 307-308
Walter A. Noyes (United States) v. Panama 308-312
Lettie Charlotte Denham and Frank Parlin Denham (United States) v. Panama 312-313
Francisco and Gregorio Castañeda and José de Leon R. (Panama) v. U.S 313-314
Juan Manzo (Panama) v. U.S 314-315
James Perry (United States) v. Panama 315-321
Gust Adams (United States) v. Panama 321-324
Charlie R. Richeson, George Klimp, James Langdon, et al., and W. A. Day (United States) v. Panama 325-328
Cecelia Dexter Baldwin, Administratrix of the Estate of Harry D. Baldwin, and Others (United States) v. Panama 328-333
John W. Browne (United States) v. Panama 333-334
Lettie Charlotte Denham and Frank Parlin Denham (United States) v. Panama 334-337
Mariposa Development Company and Others (United States) v. Panama 338-341
José Maríia Vásquez Díaz, Assignee of Pablo Elías Velásquez (Panama) v. U.S 341-342
Guillermo Colunje (Panama) v. U.S 342-344
Juan Añorbes (Panama) v. U.S 344-345
José Azael Ruiz (Panama) v. U.S 345-346
Caroline Fitzgerald Shearer, Administratrix of the Estate of George Fitzgerald (United States) v. Panama 346-348
Caroline Fitzgerald Shearer, Administratrix of the Estate of George Fitz­gerald (United States) v. Panama 346-348
Hampden Osborne Banks, Hazel E. Hiltbold, Lewis Crandall Golder, and Richard Joseph Lee (United States) v. Panama 349-352
William Gerald Chase (United States) v. Panama 352-358
Marguerite de Joly de Sabla (United States) v. Panama 358-370
Abraham Solomon (United States) v. Panama 370-377
Panama and Abundio Caselli (Panama) v. U.S 377-380
Panama and José C. Monteverde (Panama) v. U.S 381-382
Compañia de Navegación Nacional (Panama) v. U.S 382-386

 

 

Mixed Claims Commission (United States and Germany) (1 November 1923 – 30 October 1939)

Historical Note 5
Bibliography 7
Treaty of Peace between the United States and Germany, signed at Berlin, August 25, 1921 9
Special Agreement:
Agreement between the United States and Germany providing for the determination of the amount of the claims against Germany, signed August 10, 1922 13
Agreement effected by exchange of notes between the United States and Germany, providing for extension for the jurisdiction of the Mixed Claims Commission, United States and Germany, signed December 31, 1928 16
Decisions, Part One:
Administrative Decision No. I 21-22
Administrative Decision No. II 23-32
Opinion in the Lusitania Cases 32-44
United States Steel Products Company (United States) v. Germany, Costa Rica Union Mining Company (United States) v. Germany, and South Porto Rico Sugar Company (United States) v. Germany (War-Risk Insurance Premium Claims) 44-63
Administrative Decision No. III 64-71
Eastern Steamship Lines, Inc. (United States) v. Germany (War-Risk Insurance Premium Claim) 71-73
United States, Garland Steamship Corporation, and Others (United States) v. Germany 73-91
Provident Mutual Life Insurance Company and Others (United States) v. Germany (Life-Insurance Claims) 91-116
Administrative Decision No. IV 117-119
Administrative Decision No. V 119-155
Administrative Decision No. VI 155-166
Maud Thompson de Gennes (United States) v. Germany 166-170
Mary Barchard Williams (United States) v. Germany 170-176
Edward A. Hilson (United States) v. Germany 176-184
Christian Damson (United States) v. Germany 184-199
Eisenbach Brothers and Company (United States) v. Germany 199-203
Administrative Decision No. VII (The Vinland Case) 203-252
Administrative Decision No. VIII (Claims of the Association of American Holders of Foreign Securities, Inc., and its Members) 252-255
Henry W. Williamson and Others (United States) v. Germany, and Ellen Williamson Hodges, Administratrix of the Estate of Charles Francis Williamson, Deceased (United States) v. Germany 256-257
Henry Groves and Joseph Groves (United States) v. Germany 257-259
Hepzibah Vernon Butler (United States) v. Germany 259-260
Charles H. Rosenthal, Administrator de bonis non of the Estate of Retta C. Shields, Deceased (United States) v. Germany, and Edwin H. Shields and Albert Mills, Administrators de bonis non of the Estate of Victor E. Shields, Deceased (United States) v. Ger 260-262
Thomas C. Miller and Others (United States) v. Germany 262-263
Gladys Bilicke (United States) v. Germany, and Gladys Bilicke, Individually and as Guardian of the Estate of Carl Archibald Bilicke, and Others (United States) v. Germany 263-265
Richard J. Hickson as Administrator cum testamento annexo of Catherine J. Hickson (United States) v. Germany, and Richard J. Hickson as Administrator cum testamento annexo of Caroline Hickson Kennedy (United States) v. Germany 266-269
Daniel Frohman, Individually, as Administrator of the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of Charles Frohman, Deceased, and as Administrator of the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of Caryl Frohman, Deceased, and Others (United States) v. Germany 269-271
Elbert Hubbard II, Individually and as Executor of the Last Will and Testa­ment of Elbert Hubbard, and Others (United States) v. Germany, and Elbert Hubbard II, as Executor of the Last Will and Testament of Alice Hubbard, and Miriam Hubbard Roelofs 272-275
Charles Ambrose Plamondon, Jr., Sole Surviving Administrator of the Estate of Charles A. Plamondon, Deceased, and Individually and on behalf of Harold Mackin Plamondon and Others (United States) v. Germany; and two other cases 275-278
James F. Bishop, Administrator of the Estate of William Mounsey, Deceased, and Others (United States) v. Germany 278-280
Elizabeth Ann Harrison and Others (United States) v. Germany 280-283
Margaret Emerson Baker and Others, and Reginald C. Vanderbilt and Others as Executors of the Estate of Alfred G. Vanderbilt, Deceased (United States) v. Germany 283-284
Caroline M. Bridge and Edgar G. Barratt, Administrators of the Estate of Justus Miles Forman, et al. (United States) v. Germany 284-286
Roger B. McMullen et al. (United States) v. Germany 286-288
William Mackenzie, Individually and as Administrator of the Estate of Mary A. Mackenzie, Deceased, and Others (United States) v. Germany 288-292
Henry Cachard and H. Herman Harjes Executors of the Estate of Medora de Mores (United States) v. Germany 292-294
Thomas H. Richards and Others (United States) v. Germany 294-296
Alice E. and Berte Scholborg (United States) v. Germany 296-297
George L. Hawley (United States) v. Germany 297-298
William J. Quillin et al. (United States) v. Germany 299-301
Standard Oil Company of New York (United States) v. Germany, Sun Oil Company (United States) v. Germany, and Pierce Oil Company (United States) v. Germany 301-308
Winthrop C. Neilson (United States) v. Germany 308-311
Arthur Sewall and Company et al. (United States) v. Germany 311-318
West India Steamship Company (United States) v. Germany 319-320
Housatonic Steamship Company, Inc. (United States) v. Germany 320-323
Harby Steamship Company, Inc. (United States) v. Germany 323-325
Universal Transportation Company (United States) v. Germany 326-328
Robert E. O’Rourke, as Receiver of the Mississippi Valley, South American & Orient Steamship Company (United States) v. Germany 328-330
Administrative Decision No. VII-A (Claims of American Charterers of Foreign Ships and American Owners of Ships Chartered to Aliens [Tanker cases]) 330-338
Union Oil Company of California ( United States) v. Germany 338-340
Munson Steamship Line (United States) v. Germany 340-344
Gulf Export Company (United States) v. Germany 345-348
Gans Steamship Line (United States) v. Germany 348-350
American Union Line, Inc. (United States) v. Germany 350-353
Gans Steamship Line (United States) v. Germany 353-356
The Interocean Oil Company (United States) v. Germany 356-357
Jeanette Selinger (United States) v. Germany 358-359
The United States Asphalt Refining Company (United States) v. Germany 359-360
Barber & Co., Inc. (United States) v. Germany 361-362
M.A. Quina Export Company (United States) v. Germany 363-368
Arthur Ellt Hungerford (United States) v. Germany 368-371
Paula Mendel and Others (United States) v. Germany 372-389
Turner C. Gillenwater (United States) v. Germany 389-391
Decisions: 1-468
Waterman A. Taft et al. (United States ) v. Germany 3-6
Robert Davie Trudgtt (United States v. Germany 6-17
Harriss, Irby & Vose (United States) v. Germany 17-20
Walker, Armstrong & Company (United States) v. Germany 20-21
Gans Steamship Line (United States) v. Germany 21-24
S. Stanwood Menken, Administrator of the Estate of Alice E. Tesson, Deceased, and Others (United States) v. Germany, and Andrew C. McGowin, Administrator of the Estate of Frank B. Tesson, Deceased, and Others (United States) v. Germany 24-26
American-Hawaiian Steamship Company (United States) v. Germany 26-30
Timandra Shipping Company (United States) v. Germany 30-31
Samuel Rosenfield and Bertha Rosenfield (United States) v. Germany 31-32
Leslie H. Crabtree (United States) v. Germany 32-35
F. E. Atteaux & Co., Inc. (United States) v. Germany 35-37
Universal Steamship Company (United States) v. Germany 37-41
Standard Oil Company (New Jersey) (United States) v. Germany 41-42
Bank of New York and Trust Company, Administrator with Will Annexed of the Estate of Fritz Achelis (Deceased) (United States) v. Germany 42-43
United States of America on its Own Behalf through the Alien Property Custodian v. Germany and Kalle & Co. Aktiengesellschaft, Impleaded 43-45
Rosa Vollweiler (United States) v. Germany 45-52
Rudolph W. Frank (United States) v. Germany 52-54
James A. Beha, Superintendent of Insurance of the State of New York, as Liquidator of Norske Lloyd Insurance Company, Limited, for American Policyholders (United States) v. Germany 55-56
Edward Galvin, Representative and Agent of Policyholders Associa­tion (United States) v. Germany 57
Knickerbocker Insurance Company of New York, Successor to Equi­table Underwriters of New York (United States) v. Germany 58-59
George Achelis, Julie Achelis Spies, John Achelis, Estate of Annie Achelis Vietor, Deceased, and Estate of Fritz Achelis, Deceased, Heirs and Legatees of the Estate of Thomas Achelis, Deceased (United States) v. Germany 59-63
Emil F. Helpup (United States) v. Germany and Karl Helpup, Impleaded 64
William J. Quillin et al. (United States) v. Germany 65-66
Alexander Sprunt & Son (United States) v. Germany 66-67
Philadelphia-Girard National Bank (United States) v. Germany 67-69
Philadelphia-Girard National Bank (United States) v. Germany and Direktion der Disconto Gesellschaft, Impleaded 69-75
Administrative Decision No. IX 75-76
Elizabeth A. Achelis, Margaret Achelis Sansome, and Frederic G. Achelis (United States) v. Germany 76-80
Electric Boat Company (United States) v. Germany 80-83
Lehigh Valley Railroad Company, Agency of Canadian Car and Foundry Company, Limited, and Various Underwriters (United States) v. Germany (Sabotage Cases) 84-101
Lehigh Valley Railroad Company, Agency of Canadian Car and Foundry Company, Limited, and Various Underwriters (United States) v. Germany (Sabotage Cases) 101-103
Lehigh Valley Railroad Company, Agency of Canadian Car and Foundry Company, Limited, and Various Underwriters (United States) v. Germany (Sabotage Cases) 104-127
Katharine M. Drier (United States) v. Germany 127-158
Katharine M. Drier (United States) v. Germany 158-160
Lehigh Valley Railroad Company, Agency of Canadian Car and Foundry Company, Limited, and Various Underwriters (United States) v. Germany (Sabotage Cases) 160-190
Lehigh Valley Railroad Company, Agency of Canadian Car and Foundry Company, Limited, and Various Underwriters (United States) v. Germany (Sabotage Cases) 190-211
Lehigh Valley Railroad Company, Agency of Canadian Car and Foundry Company, Limited, and Various Underwriters (United States) v. Germany (Sabotage Cases) 211-222
Lehigh Valley Railroad Company, Agency of Canadian Car and Foundry Company, Limited, and Various Underwriters (United States) v. Germany (Sabotage Cases) 222-225
Lehigh Valley Railroad Company, Agency of Canadian Car and Foundry Company, Limited, and Various Underwriters (United States) v. Germany (Sabotage Cases) 225-460
Agency of Canadian Car and Foundry Company, Ltd. (United States) v. Germany (Sabotage Cases) 460-468
Appendices:
I. Rules of Procedure as adopted November 15, 1922, and amended from time to time, to December 31, 1932 469-511
II. Order of March 25, 1925 477
III. Order of May 7, 1925 481
IV. (A) Minutes of Meeting of Commission,
October 31, 1933
483
(B) Excerpt from Minutes of Commission for Meeting
held May 7, 1934
491
V. Copies of correspondence in March, and June, 1939, in relation to the retirement of the German Commissioner from the Commission, as set out at pages 1703-1713 of the Minutes of the Commission for the meeting held June 15, 1939; also copies of correspondence in October, 1939, between the German Embassy and the Department of State in relation to the work of the Commission, as set out at pages 1726-1751 of the Minutes of the Commission for the meeting held October 30, 1939 493