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914 AMENDED ARTICLE-CAN ADA. FEBRUARY 10, 16, 1882. Feb. 10, 16, 1882. Amended Article to replace Article 2 of the Additional Articles of Agreement "“““"‘ of April 28 and May 3, 1881, between the United States of America and the Dominion of Canada. A rt i e 1 e 2 of In order to effectively protect the postal revenues of the United States este ··¤· ¤¤¤¤ = of from the evasive practices of persons or iirms who seek to elude the $*’[;,,¤’w“‘[£cg,“Y postal laws and regulations of the United States by posting their pub- ’ ’ Plications in Canada, the undersigned, duly authorized by their respective governments, have agreed to replace Article 2 of the additional articles April 28 . of agreement of -M.hT3. 1881, by the following AnT1c1.n: Prepayment of When newspapers, periodicals, and other printed matter, published P°°;[*8° °¤ P¤¤*°d or originating in the United States, or purporting to be published in m° °" the United States, or circulated on behalf of a person or firm doing business in the United States are posted in Canada for destinations in the United States, apparently to evade the postage rates or regulations applicable to such matter in the United States, the Canada Post Office may require prepayment of the same to be made at a rate equivalent to ghe domestic postage chargeable thereon by the laws of the United tates. - The present Article takes effect immediately. In witness whereof the Postmaster General of the United States, and the Postmaster General of Canada have hereunto set their hands and aiiixed their seals at the date set opposite to each, respectively. Signatures. [L. S.] I TIMOTHY O. HOWE, Postmaster General of the United States. Wssntmcrron, February 16th, 1882. [1.. s.] I _ JOHN O’CONNEB, Postmaster General of 0a/nada. OTTAWA, February 10th, 1882. I hereby approve the aforegoing amended article, and in testimony thereof I have caused the seal of the United States to be adixed. [1.. si[ _ CHESTER A. ARTHUR. y the President: Fimmc. T. Fnmmeuwmn, Secretary of State. Wssnmcrron, February 16tl•, 1882.