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TREATIES ARTICULO XIII FranquiciaPostal Las Altas Partes Contratantes acuerdan hacer extensive al Insti- tuto Indigenista Interamericano, desde luego, en sus correspon- dientes territorios y entre unos y otros, la franquicia postal estable- cida por el Convenio de la Uni6n Postal, celebrada en la ciudad de Panama el 22 de diciembre de 1936, y pedir a los miembros de dicha uni6n que no suscribieren la presente Convenci6n, le hagan igual concesi6n. ARTICULO XIV Estudios especiales Los estudios o investigaciones concertados especialmente por uno o dos de los parses contratantes, seran sufragados por los paises afectados. ARTICULO XV Cada una de las Altas Partes Contratantes reconoce la persona- lidad juridica del Institute Indi- genista Interamericano. ARTICULO XVI Firma y ratificaci6n 1. El Gobierno de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos, remitira a los gobiernos de los paises americanos un ejemplar de esta Convenci6n, a fin de que, si la aprueban, pro- duzcan su adhesi6n. A este efecto, los gobiernos interesados darin los poderes necesarios a sus respecti- vos representantes diplomiticos ARTICLE XIII Mail and Postal Privileges The High Contracting Parties agree to extend to the Inter- American Indian Institute forthwith, the domestic and international postal privilege es- tablished by the Postal Union of the Americas concluded in the city of Panama on December 22, 1936, [1] and to ask the members of the Union who have not sub- scribed to the present Convention to grant to it the same privilege. ARTICLE XIV Special studies The expense of any studies or investigations especially agreed upon by one or two of the par- ticipating nations shall be borne by the countries involved. ARTICLE XV Each of the High Contracting Parties recognizes the legal entity of the Inter-American Indian In- stitute. ARTICLE XVI Signature and ratification 1. The Government of the United States of Mexico shall send to the American Nations a copy of the present Convention, so that they may, if it meets with their approval, express their adherence thereto. To this end any Gov- ernments so adhering shall furnish their respective diplomatic or spe- 1 [50 Stat. 1657.] Recognition of legal entity of Institute. [56 STAT.