Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 18 Part 3.djvu/789

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TREATY WITH THE REPUBLIC OF ECUADOR. JUNE 28, 1872- 759 tion of extradition. If, then, ac que la. extradicion es debida cording to the evidence and the conforme a esta convencion, el iulaw, it be decided that the extradi- gitivo sera entregado segnu las tion is due in conformity with this iormalidades prescritas en tales Deliveryvp effutreaty, the fugitive shall be deliv- casos. _ ¤m*’°· ered up, according to the forms ‘ prescribed in such cases. Anrronn 6cm. Anrionno 6°. The expenses of the arrest, de- Los gastos del arresto, de la de- EXP°“s°'€9f °·“°“ tention, and transportation of per- tencion y trasportacion de las per- "“d °"°"“h°‘°“‘ sons claimed shall be paid by the sonas reclamadas, seran pagados Government in whose name the por el Gobierno en cuye nombre requisition shall have been made. haya sido hechala requisicion. Anrronn 7cm. Aizcricuno 7°. , This treaty shall continue in force · Esta convencion tendra/vigor por Dg“‘*‘°“ °f °°“` for ten (10) years from the day of diez aiios (10) contados desde el dia vw ml" the exchange of ratincations; but del cange de las·ratiiicaciones;pero in case neither party shall have en caso de que ningnna de las pargiven to the other one (1) year’s tes haya dado a la otra, con un aio previous notice of its intention to de anticipacion, aviso de su intenterminate the same, then this treaty cion de poner término a. ella, la conshall continue in force for ten (IU) veneion quedara en vigor diez anos · years longer, and so on. mas, y lo mismo en adelante. “R .6 . The present treaty shall be rati- La presente convencion sera ra- 0xc,?£,;:2,?°° {md fied, and the ratilications exchanged titicada y las ratiiicaciones cangea- ' in the capital of Ecuador, within das en la capital del Ecuador dentwo months from the day on which tro de dos meses (2) contados desde the session of the coming Congress el dia en que se termincn las seof Ecuador shall terminate, which siones del proximo Congreso del will bein October, 1873. Egcuador, que sera en Octubrc de 1 73. In testimony whereof the respect- En testimonio de lo cual los Plc- $*%*1 ”· t U °¤ °’ ive. Plenipotentiaries have signed nipotenciarios respectivos iirman la "'““°y‘ the present treaty in duplicate, and presents eonveneion dos de un tehave hereunto aiiixed their seals. nor y ponen sus sellos. Done in the cityof Quito, capital Hecha en la cindad de Quito, nf the Republic of Ecuador, this capital de laltepublicadel Ecuador, twenty-eighth day of June, one el dia veintioeho de Junio de mil thousand eight hundred and sev- ochoeientos setenta y dos. enty-two. Romsey Wwe. sent.] FBANCISGO·JAVIER Ln0N. Francisco Javmn Leon. isset.] Rumsmr Wind. And whereas the said treaty has been duly ratified on both parts, and hR“(*j’%°”s**°“” °*· _ the respective ratitlcations were exchanged at Quito on the 12th of No- ° ""°° ‘ vember last: Now, therefore, be it known that I, Umrssns S. GRANT, President of Proclamation. the United States of America-, have caused the said treaty to be made public, to the end that the same, and every clause and article thereof, may be observed and fulfilled with good faith by the United States, and the citizens thereof In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand, and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed. Done in the city of Washington this twentyfourth day of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and [sam,.] seventy-three, and of the Independence of the United States of America the ninetyeighth. 4 U. S. GRANT. By the President: ` 11AM1mi0n Fxss, secretary of State.