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UNITED STATES vs. MEXICO.
REPORT OF JACKSON H. RALSTON,
Agent of the United States and of Counsel,
IN THE MATTER OF THE CASE OF THE
PIOUS FUND OF THE CALIFORNIAS. ,
HEARD BEFORE A TRIBUNAL OF THE
PERMANENT COURT OF ARBITRATION UNDER THE HAGUE CONVENTION OF 1899,
RECORD OF THE ENTIRE PROCEEDINGS.
DECEMBER 9, 1902.—Read, referred to the Committee on Foreign
Relations, and ordered to be printed.
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
In response to the Senate resolution of the 4th instant, I transmit herewith a report from the Secretary of State forwarding the report of the agent of the United States in the case of the United States v. Mexico before the Permanent Court of Arbitration under The Hague Convention.
THEODORE ROOSEVELT. WHITE HOUSE,
December 9, 1902.
The Secretary of State, to whom was referred the resolution of the Senate of December 4, 1902, requesting the President, “if not incompatible with the public interest, to send to the Senate the report and accompanying papers of the agent of the United States in the case of the United States v. Mexico before the Permanent Court of Arbitration under The Hague Convention,” has the honor to lay before the President a copy of the agents report with pleadings, appendix, exhibits, briefs, and record of the entire proceedings. Respectfully submitted.
JOHN HAY. DEPARTMENT OF STATE,
Washington, December 6, 1902.