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and give effect to the recommendations made after such examination
of the cases. ARTICLE 362.
The High Contracting Parties agree that, in the absence of a subsequent agreement to the contrary, the Chairman of any Commission established by the present Treaty shall in the event of an equality of votes be entitled to a second vote.
Except where otherwise provided in the present Treaty, in all cases where the Treaty provides for the settlement of a question affecting particularly certain States by means of a special Convention to be concluded between the States concerned, it is understood by the High Contracting Parties that difficulties arising in this connection shall, until Hungary is admitted to membership of the League of Nations, be settled by the Principal Allied and Associated Powers.
In the present Treaty the expression “former Kingdom of Hungary” includes Bosnia and Herzegovina except where the text implies the contrary. This provision shall not prejudice the rights and obligations of Austria in such o The present Treaty, in French, in English, and in Italian, shall be ratified. In case of divergence, the French text shall prevail, except in Parts I (Covenant of the League of Nations) and XIII (Labour), where the French and English texts shall be of equal force. The deposit of ratifications shall be made at Paris as soon as possible. Powers of which the seat of the Government is outside Europe will be entitled merely to inform the Government of the French Republic through their diplomatic representative at Paris that their ratification has been given; in that case they must transmit the instrument of ratification as soon as possible. A first procès-verbal .P the deposit of ratifications will be drawn up as soon as the Treaty has been ratified by Hungary on the one hand, and by three of the Principal Allied and Associated Powers on the other hand. From the date of this first procès-verbal the Treaty will come into force between the High Contracting Parties who have ratified it. For the determination of all periods of time provided for in the pres#! Treaty, this date will be the date of the coming into force of the reaty. - In all other respects the Treaty will enter into force for each Power at the date of the deposit of its ratification. The French Government will transmit to all the signatory Powers a certified copy of the procès-verbaux of the deposit of ratifications. In faith whereof the above-named Plenipotentiaries have signed the present Treaty.
Done at Trianon, the fourth day of June, one thousand nine hundred and twenty, in a single copy which will remain deposited in the archives of the French Republic, and of which authenticated copies will be transmitted to each of the Signatory Powers. HUGH C. WALLACE. DERBY. GEORGE H. PERLEY. ANDREW FISHER. THOMAS MACKENZIE. R. A. BLANKENBERG. DERBY. A. MILLERAND. F. FRANÇOIS-MARSAL.
With a view to indicating precisely the conditions in which certain
o of the Treaty of even date are to be carried out, it is agreed y the HIGH CONTRACTING PARTIES that:
1. The list of persons to be handed over to the Allied and Associated Governments by Hungary, under the second paragraph of Article 157, shall be communicated to the Hungarian Government within a month from the coming into force of the Treaty;
2. The Reparation Commission referred to in Article 170 and paragraphs 2, 3 and 4 of Annex IV, and the Special Section provided for in Article 163, cannot require trade secrets or other confidential information to be divulged; 3. From the signature of the Treaty, and within the ensuing four months, Hungary will be entitled to submit for examination by the Allied and Associated Powers documents and proposals in order to: expedite the work connected with reparation, and thus to shorten the investigation and to accelerate the decisions; 4. Proceedings will be taken against persons who have committed punishable offences in the liquidation of Hungarian property, and the Allied and Associated Powers will welcome any information or evidence which the Hungarian Government can furnish on this subject. Done in French, in English, and in Italian, of which the French text. shall prevail in case of divergence, at Trianon, the fourth day of June, one thousand nine hundred and twenty.
With a view to minimizing the losses arising from the sinking of ships and cargoes in the course of the war, and to facilitating the recovery of ships and cargoes which can be salved and the adjustment of the private claims arising with regard thereto, the Hungarian Government undertakes to supply all the information in its power which may be of assistance to the Governments of the Allied and Associated Powers, or to their nationals, with regard to vessels sunk or damaged by the Hungarian naval forces during the period of hostilities.
This declaration made in French, in English, and in Italian, of which the French text shall prevail in case of divergence, at Trianon, the fourth day of June, one thousand nine hundred and twenty.
TREATY OF PEACE BETWEEN THE PRINCIPAL ALLIED POWERs AND TURKEY.
SIGNED AT SEVRES, AUGUST 10, 1920.
THE BRITISH EMPIRE, FRANCE, ITALY, and JAPAN, These Powers being described in the present Treaty as the Principal Allied Powers; ARMENIA, BELGIUM. GREECE, THE HEDJAZ, POLAND, PORTUGAL, ROUMANIA, THE SERB-CROAT-SLOVENE STATE and CZECHO-SLOVAKIA, These Powers constituting, with the Principal Powers mentioned above, the Allied Powers, of the one part; And TURKEY, of the other part: Whereas on the request of the Imperial Ottoman Government an Armistice was granted to Turkey on October 30, 1918, by the Principal Allied Powers in order that a Treaty of Peace might be concluded, and Whereas the Allied Powers are equally desirous that the war in which certain among them were successively involved, directly or indirectly, against Turkey, and which originated in the declaration of war against Serbia on July 28, 1914, by the former Imperial and Royal Austro-Hungarian Government, and in the hostilities opened by Turkey against the Allied Powers on October 29, 1914, and conducted by Germany in alliance with Turkey, should be replaced by a firm, just and durable Peace, For this purpose the HIGH CONTRACTING PARTIES have appointed as their Plenipotentiaries: - IS MAJESTY THE KING OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND AND OF THE BRITISH DOMINIONS BEYOND THE SEAS, EMPEROR OF INDIA : Sir George Dixon GRAHAME, K. C. V. O., Minister Plenipotentio of His Britannic Majesty at Paris; nd for the DOMINION of CANADA : The Honourable Sir George Halsey PERLEY, K. C. M. G., High Commissioner for Canada in the United Kingdom; for the COMMON WEALTH of AUSTRALIA: The Right Honourable Andrew FISHER, High Commissioner for Australia in the United Kingdom; for the DOMINION of NEW ZEALAND: Sir George Dixon GRAHAME, K. C. V. O., Minister Plenipotentiary of His Britannic Majesty at Paris;
for the UNION of SOUTH AFRICA: Mr. Reginald Andrew BLANKENBERG, O. B. E., Acting High Commissioner for the Union of South Africa in the United
Kingdom; for INDIA : Sir Arthur HIRTZEL, K. C. B., Assistant Under Secretary of State for India; THE PRESIDENT OF THE FRENCH REPUBLIC:
Mr. Alexandre MILLERAND, President of the Council, Minister
for Foreign Affairs; Mr. Frédéric FRANÇois-MARSAL, Minister of Finance; Mr. Auguste Paul-Louis Isaac, Minister of Commerce and In
dustry; Mr. Jules CAMBON, Ambassador of France; Mr. Georges Maurice PALäologue, Ambassador of France, Sec
retary-General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs;
HIS MAJESTY THE KING OF ITALY: Count LELIo BONIN LONGARE, Senator of the Kingdom, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of H.M. the King of
Italy at Paris; General Giovanni MARIETTI, Italian Military Representative on
the Supreme War Council; HIS MAJESTY THE EMPEROR OF JAPAN : Wiscount CHINDA, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of H. M. the Emperor of Japan at London; Mr. K. MATsUI, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of H.M. the Emperor of Japan at Paris;
Plenipotentiary, Minister of State; Mr. Ross N JAEQUEMYNs, Member of the Institute of Private International Law, Secretary-General of the Belgian Delegation;
HIS MAJESTY THE KING OF THE HELLENES:
Mr. Eleftherios K. VENIsÉLos, President of the Council of
Ministers; - - - Mr. Athos Romanos, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Pleni
potentiary of H. M. the King of the Hellenes at Paris; HIS MAJESTY THE KING OF THE HEDJAZ:
THE PRESIDENT OF THE POLISH REPUBLIC:
Count Maurice ZAMoyski, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister