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2736 CONVENTION-GREECE. APRIL 25, 1928. __ Ap"---rl...:..I21i~.,-,,I.;;.::928=._ Oonvention between the United State8 and Greece for prevention oj 8muggling oj intozicating liquor8. Signed at Was/iington, April S5, 1928; ratification advised by the Senate). May 25, 19S8; ratified by the Pre8ident, June 11, 1928; ratified by tJreece, January 8, 1929; rati- fication8 exchanged at Washington, February 18, 1929; proclaimed, February 18,1929. By THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. A PROCLAMATION. ConventIon wit h WHEREAS a Convention between the United States of America Greece to prevent dG 'd' h . f linf_1 hl' Bm~lIng of Intoxicat- an reecetoru mteprevention0 thesmuggg0 wCO0IC ~~t~dqTarmstroBot (talk).nto the bever~es into the United States was concluded and signed bY' their respective Plenipotentiaries at Washington on the twenty·fifth day of April, one thousand nine hundred and twenty.aight, the original of which Convention, being in the English and French languages, is word for word as follows: ContractIng Powers. The United States of America and Greece, bd!~ desirous of avoiding any . culties which might arise between them in connection with the lawb in force in the Ur ited States on the sub· ject of alcoholic beverages have decided to conclude a Conven· tion for that purpose,h and have o,;PP?inted as their rlenipoten. tlanes: Plen!poteLt!ar!ea. The President of the United States of America: Frank B. Kell2gg, Secretary of State of the United States, and The President of the Hellenic Republic: Cha,ralambos Simo- poulos, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plerupotentiary of Greece at Washington, Who, having communica.ted their full powers found in good and due form, have agreed as follows: ARTICLE I. Territorial Jurlsdlc- The Hif,h Contractinl=l' Pa.rties tlon retained. • • hii'· h respectIve y retam t eIr ng ts and claims, without prejudice by reason of this agreement, with respect to the extent of their territorial jurisdiction. Les Etats-Unis d'Amerique et la GrOOe, desireux d'eviter toutes difficultes qui pourr8.ient survenir entre eux relativement aux lois en v!gueur aux Etats-Unis sur Ie sujet des boissons alcooliques, ont decide de conclure une con- vention A cette fin et ont designe pour ~tre leurs pienipotentiaires: Le President des Etats-Unis d'Amerique: M. Frank B. Kel- log~, Secretaire d'Etat des Etats· Ums, et Le President de la Repuhlique hellenique: M. Charalambos Simo- poulos, Envoy6 Extraordinaire et Ministre PIenipotentiare de Gr~ce A Washington, Lesquels, a{>r~ s'~tre commu- niqu~ leurs plews pouvoirs trouves en bonne et due forme, sont convenus des art-iciee suivants: ARTICLE 1. Las Hautes Parties Contrac- tantes reservent respectivement leurs droits et revendications quant A I'etendue de leur juri- diction territoriale, sans que l'ar· ran~ement actuel y porte pr6- judice.