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1870 INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS OTHER THAN TREATIES [56 STAT. States of America the Smithsonian Institution, and on the part of Paraguay the Division of Congresses, Conferences, and Propaganda of the Ministry of Foreign Relations. 2) Receipt of the publications exchanged shall be effected by the Library of Congress on behalf of the United States of America, and by the Library Section of the Ministry of Foreign Rela- tions on behalf of Paraguay. 3) The Government of the United States of America shall fur- nish regularly one copy of each of the publications which are named in the enclosed List No. 1 . [5] 4) The Government of Paraguay shall furnish regularly one copy of each of the publications enumerated in the enclosed List No. 2. [6] 5) Each of the contracting parties shall bear the postal, railway, navigation, and other charges necessary within its own bound- aries. 6) Both parties express their agreement to expedite shipments so far as possible. 7) Both parties agree to extend, without need of subsequent nego- tiations, the respective lists, including any new official publica- tions which may appear in the future. 8) This agreement shall not modify any other existing agreement relative to the exchange of official publications that may be in force between departments or divisions of the two Govern- ments. I am sending with this note a complete list of the official publications which my Government will send to that of Your Excellency in virtue of the bilateral agreement mentioned. I must inform you that my Government accepts the list of official publications of the United States of America, a copy of which, with notations, is attached to the present note. I should be very grateful to Your Excellency if you would be good enough to inform this chancelry of your agreement with the terms of the provisions which I have just quoted to you, putting in concrete form the convention concluded sometime ago. I avail myself of the opportunity to assure Your Excellency of my distinguished consideration. Luis A. ARGANA His Excellency WEmEY FROST, Ambassador of the United States of America, City. 5 [For list furnished by the Government of the United States of America, see p. 1872.] [See p. 1874.]