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NUMBER 3, JULY, 1911.

NUMBER 4, OCTOBER, 1911.

BRAZIL-GREAT BRITAIN. Arbitration convention. June 18, 1909.......... 235

BRAZIL-UNITED STATES. Arbitration convention. January 23, 1909. 236

CHINA-GREAT BRITAIN. Agreement relating to opium. May 8, 1911. 238

FRANCE-UNITED STATES. Extradition treaty. January 6, 1909...

243

FRANCE-UNITED STATES. General arbitration treaty. Augsut 3, 1911...... 249

OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS

GENERAL

THE FOURTH INTERNATIONAL AMERICAN CONFERENCE.

RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS.1

(Approved and signed by the delegates.) The Fourth International American Conference, which was formally opened on the 12th of July, 1910, in the city of Buenos Aires, discussed and adopted 1 ! ollowing motions, resolutions, and conventions :

MOTION (July 12, 1910).

(Concerning Honorary Presidents.) The Fourth International American Conference resolves :

That their Excellencies, Dr. VICTORINO DE LA PLAZA and PHILANDER C. Knox, respectively Minister of Foreign Relations of the Argentine Republic and Secretary of State of the American Union, be appointed Honorary Chairmen of the Fourth International American Conference.

MOTION (July 14, 1910). That the members of the Fourth International American Conference rise as a token of respect to the deceased delegates to the previous conference.

MOTION (July 14, 1910). That the Fourth International American Conference express the deep regret of the countries therein represented for the loss which America has sustained by the death of the illustrious Brazilian statesman, Mr. JOAQUÍM NABUCO, Chairman of the Third International American Conference, which was held at Rio de Janeiro.

MOTION (July 14, 1910). The Fourth International American Conference hereby expresses a tribute of deep respect for the high attainments and great virtues of the illustrious Argentinan, Mr. EMILIO MITRE.

1 Reprinted from the Bulletin of the Pan American Union, November, 1910.

MOTION (July 14, 1910). That the members of the Fourth International American Conference rise as a token of sympathy for France, and that the chairman of the conference send a cable to the President of that country worded as follows:

The delegates of the nations of America assembled in the Conference of Buenos Aires present to Your Excellency their respects in this glorious anniversary of the great Republic of Europe.

MOTION (July 14, 1910). The Fourth International American Conference hereby resolves to send by cable to the President of the sister Republic of Costa Rica an expression of sympathy and condolence for the recent earthquake which destroyed the city of Cartago.

RESOLUTION (July 14, 1910).

(Amendment to article six of the Regulations.) The Fourth International American Conference, assembled at Buenos Aires, resolves :

To amend article six of its Regulations as follows:

Article 6. The Fourth International American Conference shall have the following committees :

(1) To consider Subject I (Regulations and Credentials), 5 members. (2) To consider Subjects II, V, XIII, and XIV, 7 members. (3) To consider Subject III, 1 member for each delegation. (4) To consider Subject IV, 1 member for each delegation. (5) To consider Subject VI, 1 member for each delegation. (6) To consider Subject VII, 7 members. (7) To consider Subject VIII, 1 member for each delegation. (8) To consider Subject IX, 1 member for each delegation.

(9) To consider a convention for the American Republics relating to patents of invention and trade-marks, 7 members.

(10) To consider a convention for the American Republics relating to the copyright law and Subject XII, 7 members.

(11) To consider Subject XI, 7 members.
(12) To consider Subject XV, 1 member for each delegation.
(13) Publications, 5 members.
(14) General welfare, 5 members.

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