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3128 lune 18. 1932. CLAIMS CONVENTION-MEXICO. JUNE 18, 1932. Convention between the United States oj America and Mexico further extending the duration oj the General Cla,ims Commission pro'lYided jor in the Convention oj September 8, 1923. Signed at Mexico City, June 18, 1932; ratified by the President, January 14-, 1935; ratified by 1I1exico, October 7, 1932; ratifications exchanged at Washington, February 1, 1935; proclaimed, February 1, 1935. By THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION Claims convention W . b hU'dS f Am' d with Mexico. further HEREAS a convention etween t e mte tates 0 enca an

g!~termofCom. the United Mexican States further extending the term assigned by

Preamble. Article VI of the convention signed September 8, 1923, between the two Governments, as extended by the two conventions concluded between them on August 16, 1927, and September 2, 1929, respec- tively, for the hearing, examination and decision of certain claims therein defined, was signed by their respective Plenipotentiaries at the city of Mexico on the eighteenth day of June, one thousand nine hundred and thirty-two, the original of which convention, being in the English and Spanish languages, is word for word as follows: Vol. 43, p. 1730. Vol. 43, p. 1734. Vol. 43, p. 1734. Vol. 45, p. 2453. CONVENTION BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND MEXICO EXTENDING DURATION OF THE GENERAL CLAIMS COM- MISSION PROVIDED FOR IN THE CONVENTION OF SEP- TEMBER 8, 1923 WHEREAS a convention was signed oli Se~~mber 8, 1923, between the United States of America and the United Mexican States for the settlement and amicable adjustment of certain claims therein defined; and WHEREAS under Article VI of said Convention the Commission constituted pursuant tl'ereto was required to hear, examine and decide within three years from the date of its first meeting all the claims filed with it, except as provided in Article VII; and WHEREAS by a convention con- cluded between the two Govern- ments on August 16, 1927, the time for hearing, examining and deciding the said claims was extended for a period of two years; and CONVENCION ENTRE LOS ES- T ADOS UNIDOS Y MEXICO QUE PRORROGA EL PLAZO FIJADO PARA LA COMISION GENERAL DE RECLAMACIO- NES EN LA CONVENCION DEL 8 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 1923 CONSIDERANDO que el 8 de septiembre de 1923 se firmo una Convencion entre los Estados Unidos de America y los Estados UnidosĀ !\Iexicanos, para el arreglo y ajuste amistoso de ciertas reclamaciones que en ella se definen; y CONSIDERANDO que segUn el Articulo VI de dicha Convenci6n, la Comision que segun aquella se constituyo, esta obligada a oir, examinar v decidir dentro de los tres anos despues de la fecha de Btl primera junta, todas las recla- maciones presentadas ante ella, excepto 10 que previene el Arti- culo VIIj y CONSIDERANDO que el dia 16 de agosto de 1927 se concluy6 una Convencion entre ambos Gobier- nos extendiendo por un periodo de dos afios el plazo para oir, exa~inar y decidir dichas recla- maClOneSj Y