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XXV} LIST OF TREATIES, AGREEMENTS, AN D CONVENIIOL S. Page. International. Amelioration of wounded, etc. Convention between the United States, Baden. Switzerland, Belgium, Dcmnark, Spain, France, Hesse, Italy, Netherlands, Portuval, Prussia, Wiirtemberg, Sweden, Greece, Great Britain, Mecklenbur ISCDWCIII1, Turkey, liavama, Anstria, Persia, Salvador, Montenegro, Servia, Bolivia, Chili, Argentine Republic, and Peru ; with additional articles: for the amelioration of the wounded in armies in the field; concluded August 22, 1864; acceded to by the President March 1, 1882;_ accessioirconcurred in by the Senate March 16, 1882; proclaimed as to the original convention, but with reserve as to the additional articles, July 26, 1882 .. . -- .. . ... . . . . . . 940 Madagascar. Friendship and Commerce. Treaty between the United States of America and Madaascar of Peace, Friendship, and Commerce. Concluded at Antananarivo May 13, 1881; retigcation advised by the Senate February 27, 1883; ratiiied by the President March 10, 1883; = ratiiied by the Ambassadors of the Queen of Mada$;ar March 12, 1883; ratiiications exchanged at Washington March 12, 1883; proclaimed h 13, 1883 ... . ... 952 Serbia. Commerce and Navigation. Treaty between the United States and Serbia. for facilitating and developing commercial relations, concluded at Belgrade, October 2 and 14, 1881; ratification a vised by the Senate July 5, 1882; ratified by the Pmsident July 14, 1882; ratified by the Prince of Serbia October 30 and November 11, 1882; ratiiications exchanged at'Be1grade November 3 and November 15, 1882; proclaimed December 27, 1882 - .. . ... 963 Serbia. Consular. Convention between the United States of America and Serbia for defining the rights, immunities, and privileges of consular officers; concluded at Belgrade October 2 and 14, 1881; ratification advised by the Senate July 5, 1$2; ratiiied by the President July 14, 1882; ratified by the Prince of Serbia October 30 and November -11, 1882; ratiiications ex-

Belgrade November 3 and 15, 1892; proclaimed December 27, 1882 .  . .. 968

Belgium. `tion. Convention between the United States and Belgium for the extradition of criminals. Concluded June 13, 1882; ratification advised liyurhe Senate An st 8, 1882; ratified by the President November 16, 1882; ratiiied by theg of Belgium Jmly 24, 1882; ratiiications exchanged November 18, 1882; proclaimed November 20, 184:2 ..., . .,.,, , , __,, 972 · Spain. Trade-marks. Convention between the United States of America andthe Kingdom of Spain, concerning trade-marks. Concluded June 19, 1882; ratification advised by the Senate July 5, 1882; ratiiied by the President April 4, 1883; ratiiied by the King of Spain March 8, 1883; ratilications exchanged April 19, 1883; proclaimed April 19, 1883 .. - . . .,,,___,_____ 979 Portugal. Exchange of money orders. ement with reference to the Convention for the exchange of money by means of orders between the United States and Portugal, concluded at Washington, July 15, 1882 ... . . .-- .,- , ___,_______ _ _____ 981 France. Extension of term of Claims Commission. Convention between the United States of · America and the French Republic for the extension of the term of the Claims Commisslorf established under the convention of January 15, 1880 · concluded July 19, 1882; ratification advised by the Senate August B, 1882; ratiiied by the President of the United States December 28, 1882; ratified by the President of the French Republic December 2, 1882; ratifieations exchalapged December 29, 1§2; proclaimed December 29, 1882 _,,_,________________ 983 levies. lnternatio boundary line. Convention between the United States of America and the _ United of Mexico, providing for an international boundary survey to relocate the existing frontier line between the two countries west of the Rio Grande. Concluded, July 29, ISQB; ratification advised by the Senate, August 8, 152; ratined by the President of the United of Isxico, November 7, 1882; ratified by the President of the United States gflaagiierica, January E, 1883; ratiiisatxons exchanged, March 3, 1883; proclaimed, March 98,) s ------ ~-·- -·-· ---- -----—-··· - ·-··— ---- ---- · ----- ·- -------·-·--·.. - ... ---- Spain. Extradition. Convention between the United States of America and the Kingdom of Spain, . concerning extradition, supplementary. Concluded An t 7, 1882; ratification advised by the Senate February 27, 1883; ratified by the President {pill 4, 1883; retiiied by the King of Spam February 15, 1883; ratiiications exchanged April 19, 1883 ; proclaimed April 19, 1883- 991 Tasmania, Exchange of money—orders. Convention between the Post-Office Department of the Unit?} Statics of america, anlddthe Gecxzeml Pp3t·0mce of the Colony of Tasmania, concerning e exc ange money-o ers. nclud and si ed in du 'cate a _ 1&52, and at Washington November 20, 188:3 .. . . . .. It T. .rf.f}1}?.?, 996 Bdgun. llxchange of money orders. Convention between the United States of America and Belgium, concernug the exchange of postal orders, done in duplicate, and signed at Washggtagréb November , 1882. Batiiicatxons exchanged at Washington in duplicate December 1009 I •••••• •··••· •••··• •••••·••••••••·· •-•••• •••.•• ..,. ..., ,,.,,, ___.,•.___ _____ ______'