Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 37 Part 2.djvu/619

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 AG ——GREAT BRITAIN. JUL! 20, 1912. 1637

For the Baie des Chaleurs the limits of exclusion shall be drawn from the line from the Light at Birch Point on Miscou Island to Mugiereau Point Light; for the ba of

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eastern point of T nsintac Gu11y· for Egmont Bay, in Prince EdwardIs|andi>thelinefromthel'4ightatCapeEgmonttot11e Light atWest oint; and of St. Ann’s Bay; in the Province of Nova Seotia,thel.inefrom theLightat ointAnconito the nearest point on the opposite shore of the mainland. For or near the follog bays the limits of exclusion shall be threemarinemilesseaw fromthe followinglines, namely: For or near Bay, in Nova Seotnalthe line from the Lighten Stoddard to the Light on esouth point of Ca Sable, thence to the Light at Baccaro Point; at Chedabucto an§cSt. Peter’s Bays, the lme from Cranberry Island Light to Green Island Light, thence to Point Rouge; or Mira Bay, the linefromtheL1_ghtontheeast_pointofScataryIslandto the northeasterly mt of Cape Morien. Long Islaml)0 and Bryer Island, on_ Mary’s Ba , in Nova Scotia, the purpose ofdelimitation, be taben as the coasts o ys. ‘ - Itisunderstood that the award does not coverHu¢k¤nBay. ,,§,“,‘},_'°'*‘•’”°'*’* Armor.: IH. It is further agreed that thedelimitation of all or any of the bays ¥*•**°¤¤•¤·¤•¤ on the coast of Newfoundland, whether mentioned in the recon; °°°.°°°°°°°m°°°' mendations or not, does not require consideration at present. Anncu IV. The resent Agreement shall be ratiHed by the President of the ”“¤°_"*"¢•. °* '•'·“" UnitedpStates, b and with the advice and consent of the Senate thereof, and b Britannic Majesty, and the ratilications shall be exchanged in as soon as practicable. In faith whereof the re?ective Plenipotentiaries have signed this ¤•¤•¤¤¤¤. Agzement in duplicate an have hereunto ailixed their seals. _ b ne at gkshélngton on the 20th day of July, one thousand nine undred an tw ve. Y Cxaxmuna P. Axnnsoic san.} Annan Mrrcmzu. Imms aan. And whereas the said agreement has been duly ratified on both {¤_;¤¤¤•¤¤¤•¤· parts, and the ratitications of the two governments were exchanged °" "'L in the City of Washington, on the fifteenth day of November, one thousand nine hundred and twelve; _ Now, therefore, be it known that I, William Howard Taft, Presi- P¤>¤¤¤·¤¤¤- dent of the United States of America, have caused the said ment to be made public to the eud that the same and every article and clause thereof may be observed and fulfilled with good faith by the United States and the citizens thereof. ‘ In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and caused at o in on is a ov

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Dom in thetgear of our {brd one thousand nine hundred and [gn,.] twelve, and of the Irécggendence of the United States of America the one hun and thirty-seventh. _ Wx H Tan By tgegrésidentz xox Secretary of State.