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CLAIMS CONVENTION-MEXICO. JUNE 18, 1932. 3129 WHEREAS by a convention con- cluded between the two Govern- ments on September 2, 1929, the time for hearing, examining and deciding the said claims was extended for a further period of two years; and WHEREAS it has been found that the said Commission could not hear, examine, and decide such claims within the time limit thus fixed; The President of the United States of America and the Presi- dent of the United Mexican States are desirous that the time thus fixed for the duration of the said Commission should be further extended, and to this end have named as their respective pleni- potentiaries, that is to say: The President of the United States of America, J. Reuben Clark, Jr., Ambassador Extraor- dinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to Mexico; and The President of the United Mexican States, Manuel C. Tellez, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs; Who, after having communi- cated to each other their respec- tive full powers found in good and due form, have agreed upon the following articles: ARTICLE I. The High Contractin~ Partie! agree that the term assIgned by Article VI of the Convention of September 8, 1923, as extended by Article I of the Convention concluded between the two Gov- ernments on September 2, 1929, for the hearing, examination, and deeision of claims for loss or damage accruing prior to Au~st 30, 1927, and filed with the Commission prior to said date, shall be, and the same is hereby extended from August 30, 1931, the date on which, pursuant to the provisions of the said Article I of the Convention of 1929, the functions of t)le said Commission terminated in respect to such claims, for a further period which shall expire in two full years from CONSIDERANDO que por la Con- Vol. te. p. 2893. venci6n firm ada entre los dos Gobiemos el 2 de septiembre de 1929 el plazo para oir, examinar y decidir dichas reclamaeiones fue prorrogado por un periodo adi- cional de dos anos; y _ CONSIDERANDO que dicha Co- misi6n no pudo oir, examinar y decidir tales reclamaciones dentro del plazo convenido; El Presidente de los Estados Contracting Powers. Unidos de America y el Presidente de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos, deseando que se prorrogue nueva- mente el plazo asi fijado para la duraci6n de dicha Comisi6n, han nombrado para ese objeto como sus Plenipoteneiarios respectivos: El Presidente de los Estados Plenipotentiaries. Unidos de America, al Senor J. Reuben Clark, Jr., Embajador Extraordinario y Plenipotenciario de los Estados Unidos de America en ~fexico; y EI Presidente de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos, al Senor Ma- nuel C. Tellez, Secretario de Re- laciones Exteriores; Quienes despues de haberse comunic;do sus Plenos Poderes respectivos, hallandolos en buena y debida forma, han convenido en los siguientes articulos: ARTICULO 1. Las Altas Partes Contratantes Time further. ex- , • tended Cor consIders- convICnen en que el plazo deslg- tion oCclaims. nado por el Arti ulo VI de Ia Vol. 43 .!' , li30; Vol. C 45. p. 2453. Vol. 46, p. Convenci6n del 8 de septiembre 2394. de 1923, segUn qued6 extendido por el Articulo I de la Convenci6n concluida entre los dos Gobiernos el 2 de septiembre de 1929 para Ia audiencia, examen y deClsi6n de reclamaciones por perdida 0 daiios acaecidos antes del 30 de agosto de 1927 ypresentadas 8. Ia Comisi6n antes de dicha fecha, se prorrogue, y por Ia presente nuevamente se prorrog8., del 30 de agosto de 1931, dia en que, segun las disposiciones de dicho Articulo I de 1a Convenci6n de 1929 antes mencionada, ter- minarlan las funciones de tal Comisi6n por 10 que toca a esas