Treaties and Other International Agreements of the United States of America, 1776-1949: Afghanistan-Burma

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Department of State, 1968
 

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June 29 1940 Military aviation mission
96
October 14 1941 Reciprocal trade
102
April 15 1942 Waiver of visa fees for nonimmigrants
117
force for the United States after 1949 and are therefore contained in the series entitled
125
September 19 1946 Vegetable oils
131
Australia
140
September 3 1942 Lendlease
146
November 10 1942 and Jurisdiction over prizes
155
June 7 1946 Lendlease settlement
164
December 3 1946 Air transport services
170
facilities at Eagle Farm
181
December 29 1949 Copyright
194
August 27 1829 Commerce and navigation
202
July 3 1856 Extradition
211
war losses For text see
336
January 12 1926 Reduction of visa fees for nonimmi
337
August 16 1928 Arbitration
353
May 8 1930 Debt funding
365
January 20 1931 Friendship commerce and consular
372
May 19 1934 Extradition
378
June 25 1947 Relief assistance
387
October 8 1947 Air transport services
393
January 2 1948 Assistance to the people of Austria
400
July 2 1948 Mostfavorednation treatment for areas
417
counterpart funds
424
September 20 1870 Naturalization
437
January 30 1912 Copyright
444
Page
448
July 17 1858 Commerce and navigation
454
May 20 1863 Commerce and navigation
468
November 16 1868 Naturalization
476
December 20 1868 Trademarks
483
March 8 1875 Commerce and navigation
489
June 13 1882 Extradition
501
October 26 1901 Extradition
508
November 27 1905 Protection of trademarks in China
514
and 15 1922 War graves
521
August 18 1925 Debt funding
531
December 9 1925 Smuggling of intoxicating liquors
539
and June 13 Narcotic drugs
545
October 4 1929 Battle monuments
551
June 10 1932 Debt funding
561
shipping profits
568
March 31October 16 1942 Military service
575
January 30 1943 Lendlease
582
administration and juris
590
principles applying to aid to
606
February 1 1946 Air transport services
612
May 12 1949 Lendlease settlement
708
and July 11 1946 Special tariff position of Philippines
715
Bolivia
721
April 21 1900 Extradition
735
September 4 1941 Military aviation mission
743
December 6 1941 Lendlease
749
and 16 1942 Health and sanitation program
759
and 8 1944 Health and sanitation program
768
and 29 1947 Certificates of airworthiness for export
774
and June 4 1948 Agricultural experiment station For
783
August 1 1947 and May 16 Cooperative education program For
787
January 27 1849 Claims
804
September 6 1902 Arbitration of claim of George C
814
July 24 1914 Advancement of peace
820
October 18 1923 Mostfavorednation treatment in cus
829
June 25 1932 Naval mission
837
and 23 1934 Military mission
847
and October 29 Military mission
860
November 12 1936 Military mission
868
and 17 1937 Waiver of visa fees for nonimmigrants
874
and 24 1940 Exchange of publications
883
October 11 1940 Customs privileges for foreign service
897
October 1 1941 Lendlease
905
March 3 1942 Mobilization of productive resources
913
March 3 1942 Rubber production
916
May 7 1942 Naval mission
922
July 17 1942 Health and sanitation program in
928
September 30 1942 Chartering of vessels
936
December 7 1942 Chartering of vessels
949
January 23 April 28 and Military service
955
December 21 1943 Rice
969
April 14 1944 Return of chartered vessels
983
and August 23 1944 Health and sanitation program 936
991
and February 15 Rural education program
999
and April 5 1946 Vocational industrial education pro
1009
June 28 1946 Lendlease settlement
1019
January 3September 17 Naval mission
1034
December 23 1946 Rice
1041
February 2 1948
1048
and October 21 and Vocational industrial education pro
1055
November 26 1948 Survey of mineral resources
1066
and August 31 1949 Health and sanitation program
1074
Page
1080
March 19 1924 Extradition
1086
and 29 1925 Reduction of visa fees for nonimmigrants
1092
August 18 1932 Commercial relations
1100
Burma
1108
and April 5 Exchange of publications
1116

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