614 PUBLIO TREAT] ES. ports of Peru on vessels of the United States, of the burden of two hundred tons and upward, than those payable in the same ports by *1 eruvian vessels of the same burden ; nor in any of the ports of the United States by Peruvian vessels of the burden ot two hundred tons andnpwards, than shall be payable in the same ports by vessels of the United States of the same burden. ARTICLE V. D¤ti¤¤¤¤imp<¤¢¤ All kinds of merchandise and articles of commerce which may be law-
- “ "°”°1' °f °“‘1‘°" fully imported into the ports and territories of either of the high con-
Pmy' tracting parties in national vessels may also be so imported in vessels of the other party, ·without paying other or higher duties and charges of any kind or denomination whatever than if the same merchandise and articles of commerce were imported in national ve sels; nor shall any distinction be made in the manner of making payment of the said duties or charges. It is expressly understood that the stipulations in this and the preceding article are to their full extent applicable to the vessels and their cargoes belonging to either of the high contracting parties arriving in the ports and territories of the other, whether the said vessels have cleared directly from the ports of the country to which they appertain, or from the ports of any other nation. Anrienm VI. Equality of du- No higher or other duties or charges shall be imposed or levied upon ties on products the importation into the ports and territories of either of the high con- ¤f either ¤¤¤¤**Y- traoting parties of any article the produce, growth, or manufacture of the other party, than are or shall be payable on the like article being the produce, growth, .or manufacture of any other country; nor shall any prohibition be imposed upon the importation of any article the produce, growth, or manufacture of either party into the ports or territories of the other, which shall not equally extend to all other nations. Amucnn VII. Exports, dmv- All kinds of merchandise and articles of commerce which may be lawm;_k“> *“"l b°““' fully exported from the ports and territories of either of the high contracting parties in national vessels may also be exported in vesselsof the other party; and they shall be subject to the same duties only, and be entitled to the same drawbacks, bounties, and allowances, whether the same merchandise and articles of commerce be exported in vessels of the one party or in vessels of the other party. Ancrrema VIII. Ch=>¤:¤¤ ¢>f¤¤i¤? _ No changes or alterations in the tariffs of either of the high contracting parties, augmenting the duties payable upon merchandise or articles of commerce of any sort or kind imported into or exported from their respective ports, shall be held to apply to the commerce or navigation of either party, until the expiration of eight calendar months after the said changes or alterations shall have been promulgated and become a law, unless the law or decree by which such changes or alterations shall be made contain a prospective provision to the same or similar effect. Anrrenn IX. Coasting trade. It is hereby declared that the stipulations of the present treaty are not ‘ to be understood as applying to the navigation and coasting trade between one port and another situated in the territories of either contracting party; the regulation of such navigation and trade being reserved, respectively, by the parties, according to their own separate laws.