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2756 CONCILIATION TREATY-AUSTRIA. AUGUST 16, 1928. Aurust 18. 1928. Treatll oj conciliation knoun 1M United StaUs and .A tutria. SigMd. at W~,.Auguat 16 191B; ratification aduisM by the Senate, DfumJJer 10, 191B,' rotifi;J by the Prui.dMtt , January 4, 19S9; ratified by .Aumia, JalNuary 17, 19S9; ratijicatiom euha,ngM at WaBhington, F~ IB, 19£9; proilaifMd, F~bruary fB, 19S9. By THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 01' AMERICA. A PROCLAMATION. ATarmstroBot (talk)t1oD, W'I t h WHEREAS a Treaty of Conciliation between the United States of Preamble. America and the Republic of Austria was concluded and signed by their respective Plenipotentiaries at Washington on the sixteenth day of Au~sh. one thousand nine hundred and twenty-eight, the original of which 'neaty, being in the English and German languages, is word fbr word as follows: Contractllll Powers. The President of the United States of America and the Federal President of the Republic of Austria, being demous to strenatthen the bonds of amity that f>ind them together and also to ad-vance the cause of general peace, have resolved' to enter into a treaty for that purpose, and to that end have appointed as their Plenipotentiaries: Plenlpotentlaries. The President of the United States of America, Mr. Frank B. Kellogg, Secretary of State of the United States of America; and The Federal President of the Republic of Austria, Mr. Edgar L. G. Prochnik, Envoy Extraor- dinary and Minister Plenipoten- tiary to the United States of America, Who, after having communi- cated to each other their respec- tive full powers, found to be in proper form, have agreed upon and concluded the following arti- cles: ARTICLE I Dispute<! arislllll1 and Ang disputes arisin~ between fflOOtmle not maae to • oompetent tribunal, the overnment of t e Umted submitted tor invest!- Stat f Am' dth G gntion and report to es0 enca an e overn- pe~manent ~n.ter· ment of Austria of whatever natJonal COIllIllJ!SJon. ~ nature they may oe, shall, when ordinary diplomatic proceedings Der Praesident der Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika und dar Bundespraesident der Republik Oesterreich I von dem Wunsche erfuellt, die sie vereinigenden Bande der Freundschaft zu ver- st&erken und weiters die Sache des allgemeinen Friedens zu foer- dam, haben beschlossen, zu diasem Zwecke einen Vertrag ab- zuschliessen, und haben zu diesem Behule JlU ihren BevolImaech- tigten bestellt: Der Praesident der Vereinig- ten Staaten von Amerika, Herrn Frank B. Kellogg, den Staatssek- retaer der Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika; und Der Bundespraesident der Re- publik Oesterreich, Herrn Edgar L. G. Prochnik, ausserordent- lichen Gesandten und bevoll- maechtigten Minister in den Ver- einigten Staaten von Amerika, die nach gegenseitiger Mitteilung ihrer in g~hoeriger Form befun- denen Vollmachten die folgenden Artikel vereinbart habes: ARTIKEL I ADe Streitigkeiten, die Zwi- schen der Regierung der Verei- nigten Staaten von Amerika und der oesterreichischen Regierung entstehen sollten, welcher Art immer sie sein moegen, sollen,