1758 ARBITRATION AGREEMENT-JAPAN. AUaUs·r 23, 1923. P¤*=*•¤¤¤°¤· NOW, THEREFORE, be it known that I, Calvin Coolidge, President of the United States of America, have caused the S8ld.AgI‘06- ment to be made public, to the end that the same and every article and clause thereof ma be observed and fulfilled with good fa1th by the United States andy the citizens thereof. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have herenmto set my hand and caused the Seal of the United States to aflixed. _ _ DONE at the City of Washington this twenty-sixth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand mne hundred and [san,.] twenty-four, and of the Inde£e-Bnddence of the United States of America the one hun and forty-eighth. CALVIN Coonmem By the President: Cmuznns E. Huarms Secretary of State. Exchange or nota. [Excnnmn or NoTzs.] [The Secretary of State tyhe Japanese Ambassador.] Dnraammnr or STATE, Ex u Washington, August 23, 1983. ce ency: · sit'? Mm °' ¤}.i$§§r?r2?.°J§i?‘i.‘§}i§.€r’3,$.°§§£§?§¤§?rd€§e$£&“t§§'%°5?&%“§€§t§?§J§‘%iZ“é§€.i£‘.° ment of His Majesty the Emperor of Japan, May_5, 1908, and renewed from time to time, I have the honor, in pursuance of our mformal conversations, to state the follodwgng undergtanding which I shall be glad to have you confirm on behalf o our vernmen . gn February 24 the President prpposed to the Senaw that it consent under §““D...m“:$§°¥%”“..¤d“..E£‘§r$;‘i‘s°2‘§%‘..m”’.s‘*;§r‘€§.?t‘;t“ £*i‘§°°t.m‘°.t§“§.r“5°*‘;*°‘ o us ice has_been created at 'l‘he Hague. As the Senate does not convene in its regular session until December next, action upon this proposal will necessarily be delayed. In the event that the Senate gives nts assent to the proposal, I understand that the Government of His Ma(j-jesty the Emperor of Japan not be averse to considering a modziication of the onvention of Arbitration which we are renewing, or the making of a separateagreement providing for the reference of disputes mentioned in the Convention to the Rermanent Court of International Justice. Accept, Excellency, the renewed assurances of my highest consideration. His E c H Cnsnnns E. Huenns x e eney Mr. Masauao Harunana, Japanese Ambassador. [The J apanesc Ambassador to the Secretary of State.] Japanese Eunassr, _ S_ Washington, August 23, 1923. ir: ¤.£§§1i‘$.i°”°“°°° Au" lmtlavicgggngggvéy egknovgledngf gage mceiiggt your goto ori t0day’s este, eo un _ yo rune n ngreac inouri ti in connection with the renewal of the Convention of Arbitridltlidh ggiilcgiirdgdtlii; tw?inAJapa£ gzd lishzzhlllnnted States, May 5, 1908, and extended in its operation un i ugu o s year. I am happy to be able to confirm to_ you, under instructions from my Government, your understandinaas set forth in the following terms: On February 24 st the President proposed to the Senate that it consent under certain stated conditions to the adhesion by the United States to the Protocol of December 16, 1920, under which the Permanent Court of InternationaI_Just1ce has been created at the Hague. As the Senate does not con- $en?:c;t;smriegué4;rds?e;m§3i u1}t11tg)eceml;e;hnexé:é agtzionteupon this proposal y.neeven a ena giv 'ts tt the proposal, I understand that the Covernment of His ltlajestgrsthe ililsdiplerog oi Japan not_be averse to considering a modification of the Convention o Arggtration which we are renewing, or the making of a segmrate agreement, £;<;;a¤r:§1§%Otl·nre;1$<;f<ir)et1;cr;8r§ mentioned in the onvention to the _ one us nce." Accept, Su·, the renewed assurances of my highest consideraltgon. Honorable Cnannns E. Hucuns, i HANIHLRA Secretary of State.
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