Addition to extraditable crimes.
Vol. 44, pp. 2368–2371. The following crimes and offenses are added to the list numbered 1 to 22 in Article II of the said treaty of July 2, 1925, on account of which extradition may be granted, that is to say:
Offenses against bankruptcy laws. 23. Crimes and offenses against the laws of bankruptcy.
Considered part of former treaty.The present treaty shall be considered as an integral part of the said extradition treaty of July 2, 1925, and Article II of the last mentioned treaty shall be read as if the list of crimes and offenses therein contained had originally comprised the additional crimes and offenses specified and numbered Vol. 44, p. 2371.23 in the first article of the present treaty.
Limitations modified. Article IV of the said treaty of July 2, 1925, is hereby amended by adding thereto the following words, “or be extradited to another country, unless he shall have been allowed one month to leave the country after having been set at liberty as a result of the disposition of the charges upon which he was extradited”, so that the article will now read:
“No person shall be tried for any crime or offense committed before his extradition other than that for which he was surrendered, or be extradited to another country, unless he shall have been allowed one month to leave the country after having been set at liberty as a result of the disposition of the charges upon which he was extradited.”
Exchange of ratifications. The present treaty shall be ratified by the High Contracting Parties in accordance with their respective constitutional method, and shall take effect on the date of the exchange of ratifications which shall take place at Prague as soon as possible.