The International Conferences of American States, 1889-1928: A Collection of the Conventions, Recommendations, Resolutions, Reports, and Motions Adopted by the First Six International Conferences of the American States, and Documents Relating to the Organization of the Conferences

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CONTENTS
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INTRODUCTIONvii
Annex: Documents relating to the Congress of Panama, June 22-July 15, 1826xix
Circular invitation addressed by Simón Bolivar to the Governments of Colombia, Mexico, Central America, the United Provinces of Buenos Aires, Chile, and Brazil, December 7, 1824xix
Reply of Colombia to Bolívar's invitation to the Congress of Panama, February 6, 1825xx
Instructions that are to govern the conduct of the Ministers Plenipotentiary from Peru to the Great Congress on the Isthmus of Panama. Issued by General Bolívar, May 15, 1825xxii
Treaty of perpetual union, league, and confederation between the Republics of Colombia, Central America, Peru, and the United Mexican States, July 15, 1826xxiv
BIBLIOGRAPHYxli

FIRST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF AMERICAN STATES
WASHINGTON, OCTOBER 2, 1889-APRIL 19, 1890

ORGANIZATION OF THE CONFERENCE
Act of Congress of May 24, 1888. An Act authorizing the President of the United States to arrange a conference between the United States of America and the Republics of Mexico, Central and South America, Haiti, San Domingo, and the Empire of Brazil3
Invitation to the Conference. Circular instruction of the Secretary of State of the United States to the American diplomatic representatives accredited to the Governments of Mexico, Central and South America, Haiti, and San Domingo, July 13, 18885
Rules of the International American Conference7
Officials and Delegates of the Conference9

REPORTS, RECOMMENDATIONS, AND RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY THE CONFERENCE
Recommendation. Adoption of a uniform system of weights and measures11
Recommendation. Nomenclature of merchandise11
Recommendation. Inter-continental railway11
Recommendation. Sanitary regulations13
Recommendation. Treaties for the protection of patents and trade-marks14
Recommendations. International law14
Report of the Executive Committee on the printing of proceedings15
Recommendations. Communication on the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea15
Recommendation. Communication on the Atlantic16
Recommendation. Communication on the Pacific18
Transportation companies18
Telegraphic communication20
Postal communication21
Recommendation. Consular fees21
Report of Committee on Customs Regulations. Classification and valuation of merchandise21
Recommendation. International monetary union32
Majority report of Committee on Customs Union. Reciprocity treaties33
Recommendations. Port dues35
Report of Committee on Customs Regulations. Bureau of Information36
Recommendation. International American bank40

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