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3198 EXTRADITION CONVENTION-SAN MARINO. OCT. 10, 1934. _O_ctoher 1~_~~:_ Supplementary Extradition Convention between the United States oj America and San Marino. Signed at Urashington, October 10,1934; ratification advised by the Senate, February 6, 1935; ratified by the President, February 25, 1935; ratified by San kfarino, Apri 10, 1935; ratifications exchanged at Washington, June 28, 1935; pro- claimed, July 2, 1935. By THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION tn~~WI~~m~!~'Jentf~:;; ,V HEREAS a Supplementary Extradition Convention between the w~~r:bl~. Marino. United States of America and the Republic of San Marino was con- cluded and signed by their respective Plenipotentiaries at Washington on the tenth day of October, one thousand nine hundred and thirty- four, the original of which Supplementary Convention, being in the English and Italian languages, is word for word as follows: Contracting Powers. The United States of America and the Republic of San Marino, being desirous of enlarging the list of crimes on account of which extradition may be granted under the Convention concluded be- Vol. as . p. 1971. Plenipotentiaries. tween the United States of America and San Marino on January 10, 1906, with a view to the better administration of jus- tice and the prevention of cnme within their respective territories and jurisdictions, have resolved to conclude a Supplementary Convention for this purpose and have a.ppointed as thell' Pleni- potentiaries: The President of the United States of America, Cordell Hull, Secretary of State of the United States of America; and Tho Captains-Regent of the Republic of San Marino, J. Rob- ert Hewitt, Consul General of the Republic of San Marino in the city of N cw York, and Count Alfonso Facchetti Guif;lia, Coun- selor of the RepublIc of San Marino; 'Who, after 11aving communi- cated to each other their respec- tive full powers, which were found to be in duc and proper form, have ngreed to and concludcd the following articlcs: Gli Stati Uniti d'America e In Repubblica di San Marino, de- siderando di ampliare la lista dei reati a causa dei quali puo essere accordata l'estradizione in base alIa convenzione concluso fra gli Stati Uniti d'America e San Marino il 10 Gennaio 1906, allo scopo di una migliore ammi- nistrazione della giustizia e pre- venzione dei misfatti entro i loro rispettivi territorii e giurisdizioni, hanno deciso di concludere una convenzione supplementare a tale scopo ed banno nominato corne loro Plenipotenziarii: II Presidente degli Stati Uniti d'America, Cordell Hull, Segre- tario di Stato degli Stati Uniti d'America; e I Capitani R{'ggenti della Re- pubblica di San Marino, J. Rob- ert Hewitt, Console Generale della Repubblica di San Marino nella citta di N('w York, ed il Conte Alfonso Fucchetti Guiglia, Consulente della Repubblica di San Marino; I quali dopo essersi comunicati i 101'0 rispettivi pieni poteri, clie sono stati trovati in dovuta e corretta forma, hanno concluso ed accettato i scguenti articoli: