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Chile (TIAS 3306).
China, Rep. of (TIAS 3307, 4107, 4176, 4514, 5105, 5623, 6099).
Colombia (TIAS 3308, 5330, 6043).
Costa Rica (TIAS 4682).
Cuba (TIAS 3911).
Denmark (TIAS 3309, 3758, 4393, 6538).
Dominican Republic (TIAS 3711).
Ecuador (TIAS 3983).
Germany, Fedi. Rep. (TIAS 3543, 3765).

Germany, Fedl. Rep. (TIAS 3543, 3765). F.R.G. on behalf of W. Berlin (TIAS 3874, 5109).

Greece (TIAS 3310, 4837, 5250, 5251, 6478, 6853).
Guatemala (TIAS 3802).
Indonesia (TIAS 4557, 6124, 7001).
Iran (TIAS 4207, 6219, 6726).
Ireland (TIAS 4059, 4690, 5511, 6532).
Israel (TIAS 3311, 4407, 4507, 5079, 5723, 5909, 6091).
Italy (TIAS 3312).
Japan (TIAS 3465).
Korea (TIAS 3490, 4030, 5957).
Lebanon (TIAS 3313).
Netherlands (TIAS 3461).
New Zealand (TIAS 3626, 4526).
Nicaragua (TIAS 3998).
Pakistan (TIAS 3315).
Panama (TIAS 5370).
Peru (TIAS 3483).
Philippines (TIAS 3316, 4515, 5677, 6119).
Portugal (TIAS 3317, 3899, 4519, 5111, 5679, 6717).
Spain (TIAS 3318).
Sweden (TIAS 3477, 3775, 4035, 5143).
Switzerland (TIAS 3319).
Thailand (TIAS 3522, 3842, 4533, 5122, 5765).

Note: The italicized TIAS numbers represent agreements in effect.

Turkey (TIAS 3320, 4748, 5828, 6040, 7122).
United Kingdom (TIAS 3321, 3359, 3608, 5397, 5693, 5829, 6050, 6966).
Uruguay (TIAS 3476).
Venezuela (TIAS 3323).
Viet Nam (TIAS 4251, 5622).

B. Research and power applications, including fueling of research and power reactors:

Argentina (TIAS 5125, 5660, 6721).
Australia (TIAS 3830, 4687, 6250).
Austria (TIAS 6815).
Belgium (TIAS 3301, 3738, 4317, 5454).
Canada (TIAS 3304, 3771, 4518, 5102).
Finland (TIAS 6896).
France (TIAS 3689, 3883, 4319, 4694, 5128, 5644).
Germany, Fed. Rep. (TIAS 3877, 4314, 5120).
Italy (TIAS 4016, 4689).
Japan (TIAS 4133, 4172, 5553, 6517).
Netherlands (TIAS 3876, 4339).
Norway (TIAS 3836, 6260, 6849).
Philippines (TIAS 6522).
South Africa (TIAS 3885, 5129, 6312).
Spain (TIAS 3988, 5990).
Sweden (TIAS 6076, 7000).
Switzerland (TIAS 3745, 4236, 4618, 6059).
Venezuela (TIAS 4416, 6945).
C. Power applications, including fueling power reactors :
India (TIAS 5446).
United Kingdom (TIAS 6046).

D. Civil uses Agreements for Cooperation with international organizations.

1. Euratom-Agreement for cooperation intent (TIAS 4091) ; joint program for research and development, including fueling of power-producing reactors (TIAS 4173, 5103); additional Agreement for use of special nuclear materialpower reactor and fuel reprocessing facilities. (TIAS 4650, 5104, 5444)

Authority : In addition to the 1954 Atomic Energy Act, the EURATOM Cooperation Act of 1958.

2. International Atomic Energy Agency-Agreement providing for the U.S. making special nuclear material and equipment available to the Agency-an enabling agreement in support of the varied program of the IAEA in the peaceful uses of atomic energy. (TIAS 4291)

Authority : In addition to the 1954 Atomic Energy Act, the IAEA Participation Act of 1957 and the Statute of the IAEA.

II. SAFEGUARDS

A. Trilateral safeguards transfer agreements among the U.S., a "civil uses" agreement country, and the International Atomic Energy Agency.

Purpose.-Provides for the application of IAEA safeguards to materials and equipment transferred from the U.S. under the civil uses Agreement for Cooperation. Authority.-Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and IAEA Statute. Argentina (TIAS 6004, 6722). Australia (TIAS 6117). Austria (TIAS 5914, 6816). Brazil (TIAS 6583). China, Rep. of (TIAS 5882, 7228). Colombia (TIAS 7010). Denmark (TIAS 6459). Greece (TIAS 5952). India (TIAS 7049). Indonesia (TIAS 6391). Iran (TIAS 6390, 6741). Israel (TIAS 6027). Japan (TIAS 5429, 6388, 6520). Korea (TIAS 6435). Philippines (TIAS 5879, 6524). Portugal (TIAS 5915, 6718). South Africa (TIAS 5880, 6306). Spain (TIAS 6182). Sweden (not yet printed). Switzerland (not yet printed). Thailand (TIAS 5861). Turkey (TIAS 6692). Venezuela (TIAS 6433). Viet Nam (TIAS 5884). B. Special safeguards agreements with : 1. Canada (TIAS 6649).

Purpose.—provides for the U.S. guarantee of the peaceful use of certain small quantities of Canadian natural uranium while they are in the U.S.

Authority.–Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended.
2. International Atomic Energy Agency (TIAS 5002, 5621, 6769, 6826).

Purpose.—provides for the application of safeguards by the IAEA to 4 U.S. reactors, basically to provide an opportunity for the Agency to gain "field" experience in the development and application of its safeguards system.

Authority.Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and Statute of the IAEA.

III. MUTUAL DEFENSE AGREEMENTS

Purpose.—provide for the communication of classified information on the use and effects of atomic weapons and provision of non-nuclear parts of weapons systems.

Authority.-Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended.
Australia (TIAS 3881–information only).
Belgium (TIAS 5157).

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Canada (TIAS 3305—information only).
France (TIAS 4867).
Germany, Fed. Rep. (TIAS 4276).
Greece (TIAS 4292).
Italy (TIAS 4764).
Netherlands (TIAS 4277).
Turkey (TIAS 4278).
United Kingdom (TIAS 3322—information only).
NATO (TIAS 3521, 5768–information only).
Others having additional coverage :
Canada (TIAS 4271-includes provision of submarine technology).
France (TIAS 4268—includes provision of submarine fuel material).

United Kingdom (TIAS 4078, 4267, 6659, 6861-amended agreement providing for transfer of submarine technology, submarine reactors and fuel, weapons manufacture technology, and nuclear material and parts for weapons).

IV. OTHERS

A. "Atoms for Peace” grants for research and training equipment and materials.

Purpose.—Establish the basic terms governing provision of financial grants for the purchase of various materials and equipment needed by universities and hospitals in such disciplines as medicine, agriculture, and physics.

Authority.–Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and Section 419 of the Mutual Security Act of 1954.

Argentina (TIAS 4508, 5504).
Brazil (TIAS 4547, 4727, 5337).
China (TIAS 4457).
China, Rep. of (TIAS 4371).
Colombia (TIAS 4421).
Guatemala (TIAS 4485).
India (TIAS 4505, 5288).
Ireland (TIAS 4453).
Israel (TIAS 4655).
Korea (TIAS 4617).
Lebanon (TIAS 4343).
New Zealand (TIAS 4445).
Peru (TIAS 4304).
Yugoslavia (TIAS 4731).
B. N.S. “Savannah".

Purpose.—Establish understandings regarding the operation of the N.S. Savannah”.

Authority.Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and Safety of Life at Sea Convention.

Belgium (TIAS 5466).
China, Rep. of (TIAS 6303).
Denmark (TIAS 5612).
Germany, Fed. Rep. (TIAS 5223).
Greece (TIAS 5099, 6216).
Ireland (TIAS 5651).
Italy (TIAS 5699, 5938).
Netherlands (TIAS 5357, 5358, 5892).
Norway (TIAS 5576).
Portugal (TIAS 5740).
Spain (TIAS 5626).
Sweden (TIAS 5613).
United Kingdom (TIAS 5633, 6288).
Yugoslavia (TIAS 6326).

C. Australia-U.S. cooperative study of the radioactivity of the upper atmosphere by balloons. (TIAS 4739, 5231, 6017, 6078, 6092, 6680).

Authority.-Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended.

D. Cooperative programs on uranium reconnaissance with a view to developing sources available to the U.S. :

Authority.Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended.
Brazil (TIAS 3385, 3872, 3964, 4537).

Chile (TIAS 3912, 4396).
E. Mexico-IAEA-U.S. desalting agreement (TIAS 5874).

Purpose.—Provided for joint study group to make a preliminary assessment of the technical and economic practicability of a dual-purpose reactor (produce fresh water and electricity) in border areas.

Authority.-Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended.

CANAL ZONE GOVERNMENT,

Balboa Heights, Canal Zone, April 3, 1972. Hon. SAM J. ERVIN, Jr., U.S. Senate, Washington, D.C.

DEAR SENATOR ERVIN: In response to your request there is enclosed a list of Executive Agreements entered into since World War II with a foreign State (Panama) in which the Panama Canal Company or Canal Zone Government has participated. Sincerely yours,

DAVID S. PARKER, Governor.

CANAL ZONE GOVERNMENT

I. Agreement providing for the reciprocal recognition of motor vehicle license plates in Panama and the Canal Zone, effected by Exchange of Notes signed December 7 and December 12, 1950, (Canal Zone Code, Vol. 3, App. IX, pp. 557-61)

The purpose of this agreement was to require residents of the Isthmus of Panama to obtain motor vehiclę licenses and license tags from the authorities of only the Canal Zone or the Republic of Panama, but not both.

The authority for this agreement was Canal Zone Code, 1934, title 2, section 322 (now 2 C.Z.C. $ 1002, 76A Stat. 37) and Executive Order 9746 of July 1, 1946, as amended by Executive Order 10595 of February 7, 1955 (now Executive Order 11305 of September 12, 1966, codified at 35 CFR 3.3).

II. Agreement establishing procedures for the reciprocal recognition of motor-vehicle operator's licenses by the Canal Zone and Panama, effected by Exchange of Notes signed at Panama October 31, 1960. (Canal Zone Code, Vol. 3, App. IX, pp. 596-601)

The purpose of this agreement was to prescribe procedures for reciprocal recognition of motor vehicle operator's licenses issued by the two jurisdiction on the Isthmus of Panama, and thereby to establish comity for the convenience of the residents of those jurisdictions.

The authority for this agreement is the same as that for the License plate agreement of 1950.

PANAMA CANAL COMPANY

I. Agreement for the furnishing of water by the Panama Canal Company to the Republic of Panama, and for other purposes, signed at Panama September 30, 1954. (Canal Zone Code, Vol. 3, App. IX, 1970 cum. pocket supplement, pp. 32-5)

The primary purpose of this agreement was to provide that the Panama Canal Company would furnish the Government of Panama with water for the cities of Panama and Colon under certain terms and conditions for a period of two years, subject to extension by mutual agreement.

The authority for this agreement is derived from Point One (“The Waterworks at Colon and Panama”) of the Agreement between the United States of America and Panama respecting general relations, effected by Exchange of Notes signed at Washington on May 18, 1942. (Canal Zone Code, Vol. 3, App. IX, pp. 546-56)

CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY,

Washington, D.C. April 7, 1972. Hon. SAM J. ERVIN, Jr., Chairman, Subcommittee on Separation of Powers, Committee on the Judici

ary, U.S. Senate, Washington, D.C. MY DEAR MR. CHAIRMAN : In response to your letter of March 30, 1972 inquiring about executive agreements with foreign states in which this Agency has participated, this is to advise you that all such agreements are included in the State Department list of executive agreements concluded from 1966 to April of this year which I understand is being provided to you by the State Department. Sincerely,

RICHARD HELMS. Director.

CIVIL AERONAUTICS BOARD,

Washington, D.C., April 6, 1972. Hon. SAM J. ERVIN, Jr., Chairman, Subcommittee on Separation of Powers, Committee on the Judiciary,

U.S. Senate, Washington, D.C. DEAR MR. CHAIRMAN: This is in respone to your letter of March 30, 1972, in which you request the submission of a list of all executive agreements in which the Civil Aeronautics Board has participated since World War II.

Under Section 801 of the Federal Aviation Act of 1958, the Civil Aeronautics Board advises and consults with the Department of State concerning the negotiation of agreements for the exchange of air transport rights. The Board does not conclude such agreements in its own right.

Enclosed is a list of air transport agreements in which negotiation the Board participated. The purpose of this system of agreements is to regularize through bilateral inter-governmental agreement commercial air operations to and from the United States.

I hope this information is responsive to your request. The Board is prepared to provide any further assistance desired by the Subcommittee. Sincerely,

SAM D. BROWN, Chairman.

CIVIL AERONAUTICS BOARD LIST OF EXECUTIVE AGREEMENTS IN WHICH CAB HAS PARTICIPATED SINCE 1945

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Dec. 19, 1950
Apr. 15, 1955
Oct. 22, 1969
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July 30, 1957
Mar. 21, 1946
Aug. 6, 1954
July 8, 1958
June 7, 1966
Oct. 19, 1971
Jan. 10, 1951

July 19, 1949.
Jan. 8, 1947
Mar. 29, 1949
Mar. 27, 1946 (Replaced agreement of July 15, 1938.).

Dominican Republic...
Ecuador.
Finland.
France.

July 11, 1950
Mar. 19, 1951
Aug. 27, 1959
Apr. 15, 1960
May 29, 1969
Apr. 5, 1968
Feb. 7, 1966
Dec. 20, 1968

Germany.
Greece..

Iceland.
India.
Indonesia
Iran..

July 7, 1955.
Mar 27, 1946.
Jan. 27, 1945.
Feb. 3, 1956
Jan. 13, 1968.
Jan. 16, 1957 (One year's notice of termination given on Aug. 19,
1970.)

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Feb. 3, 1945.
June 13, 1950.

Ireland..

June 3, 1947
Mar. 4, 1958
Feb. 21, 1951

Israel..

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