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20012. DAVIS, JOHN CHANDLER BANCROFT (1822-1907). Treaties and conventions concluded between the United States of America and other powers, since July 4, 1776. Revised edition. Containing notes, with references to negotiations preceding the several treaties, to the executive, legislative, or judicial construction of them, and to the causes of the abrogation of some of them; an appendix showing the treaties concluded subsequently to those contained in the text, and a correction of errors and omissions; a chronological list of treaties; an analytical index; and a synoptical index. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1873. 1167, (2) pp. 233 cm. Note: “It was intended that the notes and indices should have formed part of the entire edition; but there was an unavoidable delay in the preparation, by means of which some incomplete copies have got into circulation. : . The English versions only are given. The Synoptical Index gives reference in all cases to the . Statutes at Large, where may be found the version in other languages.” — Preface, p. 3.

The revision is paged 1-16 and 879–1167. 2001b. TREATIES and conventions concluded between the United States and other powers, 1873-1881, supplement to book of foreign treaties published by Department of State in 1873. Washington, Navy department, 1882. 129 pp. 23 cm. 2002. PUBLIC TREATIES of the United States, in force on the first day of December, 1873. Edited, printed, and published under the authority of an act of Congress, and under the direction of the Secretary of State. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1875. 902 pp. 291 cm. Note: In vol. entitled: Revised statutes of the United States, relating to the District of Columbia and post roads, passed at the first session of the forty-third Congress, 1873-1874; together with the public treaties of the United States in force on the first day of December, 1873.

Also vol. xviii, part 2, Statutes at Large, q. o. 2003. CADWALADER, JOHN LAMBERT (1837-1914). Treaties and conventions concluded between the United States of America and other powers since May 1, 1870. Not contained in Senate Executive Document No. 36, 41st Congress, 3rd Session, with some notes in reference thereto. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1876. 1083-1324 pp. 221 cm. Contents: Preface, p. 1085; Errata in the “Notes" of Mr. Davis, p. 1087; Errata in pages 9 to 901 of Sen. Ex. Doc. 36, pp. 1088–1091.

Table of Contents, pp. 1093-1097:
List of treaties . . . chronologically arranged, pp. 1099–1103.

Appendix. Treaties, conventions and agreements . since May 1, 1870, pp. 1107-1203.

the construction thereof, with some references to recent constructions of the foreign treaties of the United States, and to late judicial decisions relating thereto, and to the causes of abrogation of some of the same, pp. 1205-1229.

Analytical index, pp. 1233-1264.

Synoptical index, pp. 1265-1324. 2004a. HASWELL, JOHN H. Treaties and conventions concluded between the United States and other powers since July 4, 1776. Con

Notes upon

taining notes with references to negotiations preceding the several treaties, to the executive, legislative, or judicial construction of them, and to the causes of the abrogation of some of them; a chronological list of treaties; and an analytical index. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1889. xiii, 1434 pp. 231 cm. (Sen. Ex. Doc. no. 47, 48th Cong., ad Sess.; Cong. Docs., vol. 2262.)

2004b. TREATIES and conventions concluded between the United States and other powers (1889-1894), supplementary to State Department publication 1889. Washington, Navy Department, Bureau of Equipment, 1894. †2004C. TREATIES and conventions concluded between the United States and other powers 1889–1895, supplementary to State Department publication 1889. Washington, Navy Department, Bureau of Equipment, 1895. A second edition was published; cf. No. 2005. †2004d. TREATIES and conventions concluded between the United States and other powers 1889-1897, supplementary to State Department publication 1889. Washington, Navy Department, Bureau of Equipment, 1897. †2005. TREATIES and conventions between the United States and other powers, 1894-5. Washington, Navy Department, Bureau of Equipment, 1895. †2006. TREATIES and conventions concluded between the United States and other powers 1885 to 1897. Washington, Navy Department, Equipment Bureau, 1897. Various paging. 2007. BRYAN, HENRY LEWIS (1853– ). Compilation of treaties in force. Prepared under Act of July 7, 1898. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1899. xviii, 779 pp. 234 cm. Note: “Includes treaties in force up to April 11, 1899. This edition bound in red cloth, withheld from circulation.” Checklist, p. 1569.

Same (corrected ad print). “This edition bound in black cloth. Nature of correction not evident.” — Checklist, p. 1569. H. R. Doc. no. 276, 55th Cong., 3rd Sess.; Cong. Docs., vol. 3822. †2008. TREATIES and conventions concluded between United States and other powers, 1815-1902. Washington, Navy Department, Bureau of Equipment, 1902. 2009. TREATIES and conventions concluded between the United States and other powers, 1818 to 1902. Washington, Navy Department, Equipment Bureau, 1902. Various paging.

2010. (TREATIES and conventions between the United States and other powers. 1899-1903.) Washington, Navy Department, Bureau of Equipment, (1903). (315) pp. Map.

2011. TREATIES between the United States and other powers, 1900March 3, 1903, including two treaties of 1899. Printed at Government Printing Office by order of Equipment Bureau, Navy Dept., (1903). 251 pp. Map. Note: Later treaties have been sent out to the vessels of the Navy in pamphlet form. Checklist, p. 705. 2012. MALLOY, WILLIAM M. Compilation of treaties in force. Prepared under resolution of the Senate of February 11, 1904. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1904. 996 pp. 233 cm. (Sen. Doc. no. 318, 58th Cong., ad Sess.; Cong. Docs., vol. 4622.) Note: “Contains treaties and conventions, important international acts, agreements, and protocols (except claims protocols), to which the United States is a party, in force on April 28, 1904, at the end of the second session of the Fifty-eighth Congress. A supplement is added containing treaties ratified during the last ses sion of Congress, but not proclaimed and in force until after the adjournment of Congress on April 28, 1904.'

Preface, p. 3. Also issued as Department of State publication. 2013. TREATY SERIES, no. 489- Washington, Government Printing Office (etc.), 1908– 241 cm. Note: “Treaty series numbers have been assigned to the set from 1 to 488, and beginning with 489 (proclaimed January 29, 1908) these numbers appear on the pamphlets. These treaties and conventions are published in the Session laws and also in the Statutes at large, most of them appearing also in the compilations." Checklist of United States public documents, 1789-1909, i, p. 978.

“Treaties were not printed as Treaty Series, and given numbers, prior to no. 489. The date this treaty was proclaimed may be considered as the time when the system was inaugurated. At the same time all treaties were given numbers, and when it is necessary to reprint a treaty prior to No. 489 it is printed as a treaty series.” Letter, Chief of Bureau of Rolls and Library, Department of State, July 19, 1918. 2014. MALLOY, WILLIAM M. Treaties, conventions, international acts, protocols, and agreements between the United States of America and other powers, 1776-1909. Compiled under resolution of the Senate of January 18, 1909 (Res. no. 252, sixtieth Congress, second session). Washington, Government Printing Office, 1910. 2 vols., paged continuously, xxvi, 2491 pp. 23 cm. (Sen. Doc. no. 357, bist Congress, 2d Session; Cong. Docs., vols. 5646-47.) Contents: i, Algiers, Argentine Republic, Austria-Hungary, Baden, Bavaria, Bel. gium, Bolivia, Borneo, Brazil, Bremen, Brunswick and Luneburg, Bulgaria, Central America, Chili, China, Colombia, Congo, Corea, Costa Rica, Cuba, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia, France, German Empire, Great Britain, Greece, Guatemala, Hanover, Hanseatic Republics, Hawaiian Islands, Hayti, Hesse, Honduras, Italy, Japan, Lew Chew, Liberia, Lubec, Luxemburg, Madagascar, Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Mexico, Morocco, Muscat; ii, Nassau, Netherlands, Nicaragua, North German Union, Norway, Oldenburg, Orange Free State, Ottoman Empire, Panama, Paraguay, Persia, PeruBolivia, Peru, Portugal, Prussia, Roumania, Russia, Salvador, Samoan Islands, San Marino, Sardinia, Saxony, Schaumburg-Lippe, Servia, Siam, Spain, Sweden, Sweden and Norway, Switzerland, Texas, Tonga, Tripoli, Tunis, Two Sicilies, Uruguay, Venezuela, Wurtemberg, Zanzibar; International conventions and acts.

Supplement, 1913, to Senate document no. 357, sixty-first Congress, second session. Compiled by Garfield Charles. Vol. iii. Part i;

Conventions in force. Part ii: Conventions not in force. Washington,
Government Printing Office, 1913. 443, xiv, viii pp. 23 cm. (Sen.
Doc. no. 1063, 62d Cong., 3d Sess.; Cong. Docs., vol. 6350.)
Note: Vols. i and ii were reprinted in accordance with Sen. Con. Res. no. II, 62d
Cong., 3d Sess.

INDEXICAL
2015. Important TREATIES and conventions entered into between the
United States and other nations since March 4, 1897. Congressional
Record, April 15, 1910, vol. 45, pp. 4775-4779.

LAW COLLECTIONS Treaties of the United States are published in the law collections by virtue of a resolution of Congress, approved June 14, 1790, as follows: “That all treaties made or which shall be made and promulged under the authority of the United States, shall, from time to time, be published and annexed to their code of laws, by the Secretary of State.(Laws of the United States, Folwell edition, i, p. 338.)

Many editions of the laws exist, and it has not been deemed necessary to include here a complete notice of all volumes thereof containing treaties. In general it may be said that until 1796 there was no fixed practice respecting publication. The acts of each Congress or session were variously published. In 1796 Folwell's edition began publication by authority and extended to twelve volumes down to the year 1815. In that year the Bioren and Duane edition superseded Folwell's, the legislation and treaties of the period 1789-1815 being collected in five volumes and indexed. Five subsequent volumes carried the collection down to March 3, 1845. In 1845 the publication of Statutes at Large superseded this edition, Little and Brown of Boston being the official publishers. The prior legislation and treaties were then collected in eight volumes. Little and Brown published 17 volumes altogether, which contained the laws of the first 42 Congresses. Volume 18, covering the 43d Congress, 1873–75, was published by the Government, which continues to issue the laws and treaties.

The first printed form in which the laws of the United States now appear is known as the 'slip laws,' each law in a separate pamphlet or leaflet. They are printed as soon as possible after their approval by the President and distributed to subscribers by the superintendent of documents. At the close of each Congressional session the slip laws are collected, indexed, numbered, and published in large pamphlets entitled Statutes of the United States, but generally known as Pamphlet Laws or Session Laws. The arrangement is chronological by the date of the approval of the act under the headings Public laws, Private laws, etc. At the close of the final session of each Congress the Session Laws are reëdited, their indexes consolidated, then published in sheepbound volumes under the title Statutes at Large. Each volume of the Statutes at Large contains the acts and joint resolutions, public and private, permanent and temporary, and the concurrent resolutions,

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treaties, conventions, and Presidential proclamations published during
the two-years' term of one Congress. The arrangement is the same as
the Session Laws, chronological by the date of the passage of the act
under the divisions Public acts, Private acts, Treaties, etc.
2016. Acts passed at a Congress of the United States of America,
begun and held at the city of New-York, on Wednesday the fourth of
March, in the year M.DCC.LXxxix, and of the independence of the
United States the thirteenth. Being the acts passed at the first ses-
sion of the first Congress of the United States. New York, printed by
Francis Childs and John Swain, (1791). xiv, 279 PP. 32 cm.

Hartford, re-printed and sold by Hudson and Goodwin, 1791.
486, (9) pp. 24 cm.
2017. Acts passed at the first Congress of the United States of
America: begun and held at the city of New-York, on Wednesday the
fourth of March, in the year one thousand seven hundred and eighty-
nine, and of the independence of the United States the thirteenth.
Philadelphia, printed by Francis Childs, 1795. 343, (49) pp. 21 cm.
“Carefully collated by sworn clerks, with the original rolls deposited in the office
of the Secretary of State.” – P. 3.
2018. Acts passed at the second Congress of the United States of
America: begun and held in the city of Philadelphia, in the state of
Pennsylvania, on Monday the twenty-fourth of October, one thousand
seven hundred and ninety-one: and of the independence of the United
States the sixteenth. Published by authority. Philadelphia, printed
by Francis Childs, 1795. 406, (24) pp. 213 cm.
2019. The laws of the United States of America. Published by
authority. Philadelphia, printed by Richard Folwell, 1796-99. 4
vols. 21 cm.
Authority, iii, p. 478.

Continued with various imprints until 1815. The complete set is 12 vols., but very few libraries have the complete edition. 2020. Laws of the United States of America from the 4th of March, 1789, to the 4th of March 1815, including the Constitution of the United States, old act of confederation, treaties, and many other valuable ordinances and documents; with copious notes and references. Arranged and published under the authority of an act of Congress. Published by John Bioren and W. John Duane, Philadelphia, and R. C. Weightman, Washington City, 1815-16. 5 vols. 24 cm. Index: General index, v, pp. 83-509.

Note: This series was continued by five volumes, the 10 volumes being known as the Bioren edition. The following is the title of the 6th volume:

Colvin, John B. Laws of the United States of America from the 4th of March, 1815, to the 4th of March, 1821, including all the European, Barbary, and Indian treaties, negotiated and ratified within that period, and several other valuable documents which have resulted from, or are connected with, the acts of Congress and treaties. Together with references to the decisions of the Supreme Court under

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