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TREATY - HAITI. March 22, 1902.

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March 22, 1902. Naturalization treaty between the United States and the Republic of Haiti. Signed at Washington, March 22,1902; ratification advised by the Senate, February 1, 1904; ratified by the President, March 17, 1904; ratified by Haiti, April 24, 1903; ratifications exchanged at Washington, March 19, 1904; proclaimed, March 24, 1904.


By the President of the United States of America.

A PROCLAMATION.

Preamble. Whereas a treaty of Naturalization between the United States of America and the Republic of Haiti was concluded and signed by their respective Plenipotentiaries at Washington, on the twenty-second day of March, one thousand nine hundred and two, the original of which treaty, being in the English and French languages, is word for word as follows:

Contracting parties. The United States of America and the Republic of Haiti desiring to regulatethe citizenship of those persons who may emigrate from the United States to Haiti, or from Haiti to the United States, have resolved to conclude a treaty on this subject.
 For that purpose they have appointed their plenipotentiaries, to-wit:
Plenipotentiaries. The President of the United States: John Hay Secretary of State of the United States;
 The President of Haiti: Mr. J. N. Léger, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of Haiti at Washington;
 Who, after the mutual commucomnication of their respective full powers, found in good and due

 Les Etats-Unis de l’Amérique du Nord et la République d’Haiti, désirant régler la nationalité des personnes qui émigrent des Etats-Unis à la république d’Haiti, et d’Haiti aux Etats-Unis, ont résolu de conclure un Traité a ce sujet.
 A cet effet ils ont nommé leurs Plenipotentiaires à savoir:

 Le President des Etats-Unis: Monsieur John Hay, Secretaire d’Etat des Etats-Unis;
 Le President d'Haiti: Monsieur J. N. Léger, Envoyé Extraordinaire et Ministre Plenipotentiaire de la République aux Etats-Unis;
 Lesquels, àpres mutuelle communication de leurs pleins pouvoirs trouvés en bonne et due