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42 PUBLIC TREATIES. thereot, either by themselves or by others acting 1or them, and dispose of the same at their pleasure, paying such duties only as the inhabitants of the country where the said property lies 'shall be liable to pay in like cases. ARTIGLE IV. Property or as- In ease of the absence of the heirs, the same care shall be talgen proaaat heirs. visionally of such real or personal property as would be taken in a like case of property belonging to the natives of the country, until the lawful owner or the person who has a right to sell the same, according to Art. II, may take measures to receive or dispose of the inheritance. Anrronn V. Disputes can- If any dispute should arise between ditferent claimants to the same ¤¤¤¤i¤z i¤!¤°*i¤· inheritance, they shall be decided in the last resort according to the ‘”°°'· laws, and by the judges, of the country where the property is situated. Anriom VI. Bavarian iawato But this convention shall not derogate in any manner from the force 1{¤W¤¤¢ ¤¤¤i8¤¤· of the laws already published, or hereafter to be published, by His “°"· Majesty the King of Bavaria, to prevent the emigration of his subjects. Anrrom VII. Batincations. This convention is concluded subject to the ratitlcation of the President of the United States of America, by and with the advice and consent of their Senate, and of His Majesty the King of Bavaria, and the mtiiieations thereof shall be exchanged at Berlin within the term of iifltieen months from the date of the signature hereof, or sooner if pos- 81 e. Signatures. In witness whereof the respective Plenipotentiaries have signed the above articles, as well in English as in German, and have thereto affixed their seals. · Date. Done in quadruplicate, in the city of Berlin, on the twenty-tlrst day otdanuary, one. thousand eight hundred and forty-five, in the sixty- ninth year of the independence of the United States of America, and the nineteenth of the reign of His Majesty the King of Bavaria. [Ls.1 HENRY WHEATON. 1.. s. GRAF v. LERCHENFELD. . BAVABIA, 1853. gt. 12, 1853. EXTRADITION CONVENTION WI’I'H BAVARIA ON T L N110N SEPTEMBER 12, 1853; RATIFICATION ADVISEU gr s$aIuHg1¥:})WirH A(MEND- ht’§?é· t‘%Lii·¤étit*.it‘£.‘5`i’§.%.?’N‘6‘%’i;i{”‘i“ ’““ ”*· **5* “*¥§”‘§3’ _ VEMBER 18, 1854. BLR 1, 1854, PROCLAIML - Ccnrcntiom for the mutual emtmdittim of fugitive; from justice in certain cases, concluded_ between the Govcrmnont of the United States on the mw part, and the Kmgdom of Bavaria on the other part. u£.¤¤¤¤¤*i¤c W- The United States of America and His Majesty the King of Bavefim actuated by an equal desire to further the administration of justice, and to prevent the commission of crimes in their respective countries, taking into consideration that the increased means of communication between Europe and America facilitate the escape of offenders, and that, conse-