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, A 32. 29. 7Aziz, a 72- . DEC 14 1929

TREATY SERIES, No. 801

CONVENTION

BETWEEN

THE UNITED STATES AND MEXICO

Further Extending Duration of
the General Claims Commission
Provided For in Convention of

September 8, 1923

SIGNED AT MEXICO CITY. SEPTEMBER 2, 1929

- RATIFIED BY THE PRESIDENT, SEPTEMBER 25, 1929, IN
PURSUANCE OF SENATE RESOLUTION OF MAY 25, 1929

RATIFIED BY MEXICO, OCTOBER 4, 1929

RATIFICATIONS EXCHANGED AT MEXICO CITY, OCTOBER FO, 1929

PROCLAIMED. OCTOBER 16, 1929

UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTiNG OFFICE
WASHINGTON: 1929

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WHEREAs, a Convention between the United States of America and the United Mexican States further extending the duration of the Commission constituted pursuant to the Convention concluded between the two Governments on September 8, 1923, for the settlement and amicable adjustment of certain claims therein defined, was concluded and signed by their plenipotentiaries in the city of Mexico on the second day of September, one thousand nine hundred and twenty-nine, the original of which Convention being in the English and Spanish lan

guages is word for word as follows:

WHEREAs a convention was signed on September 8, 1923, between the United States of America and the United Mexican States for the settlement and amicable adjustment of certain claims therein defined; and

WHEREAs under Article VI of said Convention the Commission constituted pursuant thereto is bound to hear, examine and decide within three years from the date of its first meeting all the claims filed with it, except as provided in Article VII; and

WHEREAs by a convention concluded between the two Governments on August 16, 1927, the time for hearing, examining and deciding the said claims was extended for a period of two years; and

WHEREAs it now appears that the said Commission can not hear, examine and decide such claims within the time limit thus fixed;

The President of the United States of America and the President of the United Mexican States are desirous that the time thus fixed for the duration of the said Commission should be further extended, and to this end have named as their respective plenipotentiaries, that is to say:

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CoNSIDERANDo que el 8 de septiembre de 1923 se firmó una convención entre los Estados Unidos de Norte América y los Estados Unidos Mexicanos para el arreglo y ajuste amistoso de las reclamaciones que en ella se definen; y CoNSIDERANDo que según el Articulo VI de dicha convención la Comisión que según aquélla se constituyó está obligada aoir, examinary decidir dentro de los tres ańos después de la fecha de su primera junta todas las reclamaciones presentadas ante ella, excepto lo que previene el Artículo VII; y CoNSIDERANDo que el día 16 de agosto de 1927 se concluyó una convención entre ambos Gobiernos extendiendo por un periodo de dos años el plazo para oir, examinar y decidir dichas reclamaciones; y CoNSIDERANDo que ahora resulta que dicha Comisión no puede oir, examinar y decidir tales reclamaciones dentro de ese plazo; El Presidente de los Estados Unidos de Norte América y el Presidente de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos, deseando que se prorrogue nuevamente el plazo así fijado para la duración de dicha Comisión, han nombrado como a sus Plenipotenciarios respectivos:

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