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It shall cease to be binding from the time when, in a war between the Contracting Powers, one of the belligerents is joined by a nonContracting Power.
The present Declaration shall be ratified as soon as possible.
A procès-verbal shall be drawn up recording the receipt of the ratifications, of which a duly certified copy_shall be sent, through the diplomatic channel, to all the Contracting Powers.
Non-Signatory Powers may adhere to the present Declaration. To do so, they must make known their adhesion to the Contracting Powers by means of a written notification, addressed to the Netherland Government, and communicated by it' to all the other Contracting Powers.
In the event of one of the High Contracting Parties denouncing the present Declaration, such denunciation shall not take effect until a year after the notification made in writing to the Netherland Government, and forthwith communicated by it to all the other Contracting Powers.
This denunciation shall only have affect in regard to the notifying Power.
In faith whereof the Plenipotentiaries have appended their signatures to the present Declaration.
Done at The Hague, the 18th October, 1907, in a single copy, which shall remain deposited in the archives of the Netherland Government, and duly certified copies of which shall be sent, through the diplomatic channel, to the Contracting Powers. 1. Pour l'Allemagne: 2. Pour les États Unis d'Amé- JOSEPH H. CHOATE. rique:
WILLIAM I. BUCHANAN. 3. Pour l'Argentine:
Luis M. DRAGO. 4. Pour l'Autriche-Hongrie: MÉREY.
Bon MACCHIO. 5. Pour la Belgique:
GUILLAUME. 6. Pour la Bolivie:
CLAUDIO PINILLA. 7. Pour le Brésil:
E. LISBOA. 8. Pour la Bulgarie:
Iv. KARANDJOULOFF. 9. Pour Chili: 10. Pour la Chine:
TSIENSUN. 11. Pour la Colombie:
GONZALO DE QUESADA.
MANUEL SANGUILY, 24449— VOL 2-10T2
DR. HENRIQUEZ Y CARVAJAL
DALBÉMAR JN JOSEPH.
F. HAGERUP. B. PORRAS.
W. H. DE BEAUFORT.
P. J. MATHEU.
MOM CHATIDEJ UDOM,
13. Pour le Danemark: 14. Pour la République Domini
16. Pour l'Espagne:
19. Pour la Grèce:
20. Pour le Guatemala:
22. Pour l'Italie:
25. Pour le Mexique:
32. Pour le Pérou :
34. Pour le Portugal:
35. Pour la Roumanie:
38. Pour la Serbie:
40. Pour la Suède:
1907. FINAL ACT OF THE SECOND INTERNATIONAL PEACE CONFERENCE. THE FINAL ACT OF THE SECOND INTERNATIONAL PEACE CONFERENCE,
AND THE ANNEX ATTACHED THERETO, ADOPTED AT THE HAGUE DURING THE SESSIONS OF THE CONFERENCE.
The Second International Peace Conference, proposed in the first instance by the President of the United States of America, having been convoked, on the invitation of His Majesty the Emperor of All the Russias, by Her Majesty the Queen of the Netherlands, assembled on the 15th June, 1907, at The Hague, in the Hall of the Knights, for the purpose of giving a fresh development to the humanitarian principles which served as a basis for the work of the First Conference of 1899.
The following Powers took part in the Conference, and appointed the Delegates named below:Germany:
His Excellency. Baron Marschall de Bieberstein, Minister of
State, Imperial Ambassador at Constantinople, First Delegate Plenipotentiary; M. Kriege, Imperial Envoy on Extraordinary Mission at the pres
ent Conference, Privy Councillor of Legation and Legal Adviser
Court of Arbitration, Second Delegate Plenipotentiary;
at Paris, Naval Delegate;
eral Staff of the Royal Prussian Army, Military Delegate; M. Zorn, Professor to the Faculty of Law at the University of
Bonn, Judicial Privy Councillor, Member of the Prussian
the Department for Foreign Affairs, Assistant Delegate;
Staff, Assistant Naval Delegate. The United States of America:
His Excellency Mr. Joseph H. Choate, ex-Ambassador at Lon
don, Ambassador Extraordinary, Delegate Plenipotentiary; His Excellency_Mr. Horace Porter, ex-Ambassador at Paris,
Ambassador Extraordinary, Delegate Plenipotentiary;
State, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary at
The Hague, Delegate Plenipotentiary;
College, Minister Plenipotentiary, Delegate Plenipotentiary;
the United States' Army, Minister Plenipotentiary, Delegate
Minister at Panamá, Minister Plenipotentiary, Delegate Pleni
potentiary; a Translation submitted by the Department of State to the Senate with seç. ond Hague conference treaties, February 27, 1908.
The United States of AmericaContinued.
Mr. James Brown Scott, Solicitor for the Department of State,
His Excellency M. Roque Saenz Peña, ex-Minister for Foreign
Affairs, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary
Affairs, Deputy Member of the Permanent Court of Arbitra
tion, Delegate Plenipotentiary; His Excellency M. Carlos Rodríguez Larreta, ex-Minister for
Foreign Affairs, Member of the Permanent Court of Arbitra
tion, Delegate Plenipotentiary; General Francisco Reynolds, Military Attaché at Berlin, Tech
nical Delegate; Captain Juan A. Martin, ex-Minister of Marine, Naval Attaché
at London, Technical Delegate. Austria-Hungary:
His Excellency M. Gaëten Mérey de Kapos-Mére. Privy Coun
cillor of His Imperial and Royal Apostolic Majesty, Ambas-
and Minister Plenipotentiary at Athens, Second Delegate
Aulic Councillor, Member of the Austrian Upper Chamber of
tion, Scientic Delegate; M. Antoine Haus, Rear-Admiral, Naval Delegate; Baron Wladimir Giesl de Gieslingen, Major-General, Military
Plenipotentiary at the Imperial and Royal Embassy at Cire stantinople and at the Imperial and Royal Legation at Athens Military Delegate;
Chevalier Othon de Weil, Aulic and Ministerial Councillor at the Ministry of the Imperial and Royal Household and of
Foreign Affairs, Delegate;
Class, Delegate Attached.
His Excellencv M. A. Beernaert, Minister of State, Member of the
Chamber of Representatives, Member of the Institute of France and of the Royal Academies of Belgium and Roumania, Honorary Member of the Institute of International Law, Member of
the Permanent Court of Arbitration, Delegate Plenipotentiary: His Excellency M. J. van den Heuvel, Minister of State, es
Minister of Justice, Delegate Plenipotentiary;
Minister Plenipotentiary at The Hague, Member of the Royal
His Excellency M. Claudio Pinilla, Minister for Foreign Af
fairs, Member of the Permanent Court of Aribtration, Dele
gate Plenipotentiary; His Excellency M, Fernando E. Guachalla, Minister Plenipo
tentiary at London, Delegate Plenipotentiary. Brazil:
His Excellency M. Ruy Barbosa, Ambassador Extraordinary
and Plenipotentiary, Vice-President of the Senate, Member of the Permanent Court of Arbitration, Delegate Plenipoten
tiary: His Excellency M. Eduardo F. S. dos Santos Lisboa, Envoy
Extraordinary and Minister Pleniptentiary at The Hague,
taché at The Hague, Technical Delegate;
gate. Bulgaria: Major-General on the Staff Vrban Vinaroff, General à la suite,
First Delegate Plenipotentiary;
Cassation, Second Delegate Plenipotentiary;
His Excellency M. Domingo Gana, Envoy Extraordinary and
Minister Plenipotentiary at London, Delegate Plenipoten
tiary. His Excellency M. Augusto Matte, Envoy Extraordinary and
, Minister Plenipotentiary at Berlin, Delegate Plenipotentiary. His Excellency M. Carlos Concha, ex-Minister of War, ex
President of the Chamber of Deputies, ex-Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary at Buenos Ayres, Delegate
His Excellency Mr. Lu Tsêng-Tsiang, Ambassador Extraordi
nary, Delegate Plenipotentiary; His Excellency the Honourable John W. Foster, ex-Secretary
of State at the United States' Department for Foreign Affairs,
ister Plenipotentiary at The Hague, Delegate Plenipoten
Office, Military Delegate;
sion and Legation at Paris and Rome, Assistant Delegate. Colombia :
General Jorge Holguin, Delegate Plenipotentiary;
Minister Plenipotentiary at Paris, Delegate Plenipotentiary.