International Executive Agreements: Democratic Procedure under the Constitution of the United States

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Index
Action, increasing necessity for positive, 380-82
Act of Habana, 134
Adams, George Burton, quoted, 197
Adams, John, 317; quoted, 36
Adams, John Quincy, 31
Aerial transportation, 148-52
Aeronautics industry, 150
Agents, special, see Special agents
Agricultural Adjustment Act, 162
Agriculture, international aspects of, 157-62; wheat agreements with Brazil and Germany, 157-59; cotton-wheat purchase loan to China, 159-61; international wheat control, 161-62
Air, each country's ownership and control of, above its territory, 149
Air and naval bases, Hull-Lothian agreement re, 391 ff.; questions of constitutional and statutory authority, 395 ff.
Air Commerce Act, 149, 151
Aircraft, certificates of airworthiness, 151
Alaska, acquisition of, 13; boundary line between Canada and, 74
Albania, most-favored-nation treatment, 176
Alfange, Dean, quoted, 199, 216
Algiers, price paid for treaty of 1795 with, 41
Altman and Company v. the United States, 15, 89, 274-75, 280n
America, danger of aggression from European territorial possessions in, 135
" America," brig, 53
American Army of Occupation, reimbursement of costs of, 114
American Bureau of Shipping, 155
American Commission to Negotiate Peace, 245
American Commonwealth, The ( Brice), 193, 200
American Journal of International Law, The, 15
American Philosophical Society, 331
American Presidency, The ( Laski), 270
American Relief Administration, 105
American Republics, Consultative Meetings of Foreign Ministers of, 134, 135, 136
Antigua, naval and air base, 392, 394
Antilles, The, defense, 394
Aranha, Oswald, 137
Appropriation of money, 207, 230, 231 ff.
Arbitration, and claims, 13; of Pious Fund of the Californias, 54; by executive agreement, 56; of pecuniary claims, 340
Arbitration Committee of the New York Produce Exchange, 158
Argentina, copyright, 81; supply agreement with, 108
Argol Agreements, 88
Arkansas, decision of federal court in, re migratory birds, 357
Armaments truce, 122; limitation of, see under Limitation
Armed forces, international reciprocal admission of, 81
Armistice agreements, 10, 36, 82, 111, 339
Articles of Confederation, provisions re international acts compared with those of Constitution, 261 ff.; two-thirds rule in, 265-66
Artistic works, safeguarding, 9-10; see under Copyright
August Belmont & Co., 142; see also United States v. Belmont
Aunuu, transferred to U. S., 68
Australia, silver, 165, 166
Austria, shipping reciprocity with, 57; commercial agreement with, 60; debt- settlement agreement, 118
Austria-Hungary, armistice with, 111
Avalon Peninsula, naval and air base, 392
Aviation, 8, 148-52; national legislation, 9, 151; Canada-United States Civil Aviation Conference (1939), 150; agreements re passage over territory, 149-50; airworthiness, 150-51; pilot's licenses, 152
Babcock, General, 244
Bagehot, Walter, quoted, 380
Bagot, Charles, 31
Bahamas, air and naval base, 392, 394
Bakelite Corporation, case, 223-24

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