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MEXICO-STOLEN VEHICLES-OCTOBER 6, 1936 Convention between the United States of America and Mexico for the October 6,1936 recovery and return of stolen or embezzled motor vehicles, trailers, IT.S. No. 914] airplanesor component parts of any of them. Signed at Mexico City, October 6, 1936; ratification advised by the Senate, May 6, 19S7; ratified by the President, May 19, 1937; ratified by Mexico, June 11, 1937; ratifications exchanged at Mexico City, June 19, 1937; pro- claimed, June 24, 1937. BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION WHEREAS a Convention for the Recovery and Return of Stolen or Embezzled Motor Vehicles, Trailers, Airplanes or Component Parts of Any of Them between the United States of America and the United Mexican States was concluded and signed by their respective Plenipo- tentiaries at Mexico City on the sixth day of October, one thousand nine hundred and thirty-six, the original of which Convention, being in the English and Spanish languages, is word for word as follows: Convention with Mexico for the recov- ery of stolen motor vehicles, etc. Preamble. CONVENTION FOR THE RECOV- ERY AND RETURN OF STOLEN OR EMBEZZLED MOTOR VE- HICLES, TRAILERS, AIRPLANES OR COMPONENT PARTS OF ANY OF THEM. The United States of America and the United Mexican States being mutually desirous that motor vehicles, trailers, airplanes, and the component parts of any of them which may be stolen or embezzled in either country and taken into the territory of the other country shall be recovered and returned to the country of the legitimate owner thereof, have agreed to conclude a convention to give effect to that purpose and have named as their Plenipoten- tiaries: The President of the United States of America, Josephus Daniels, Ambassador Extraordi- nary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to Mex- ico; and CONVENCION PARA LA RECU- PERACION Y DEVOLUCION DE VEHICULOS DE MOTOR, RE- MOLQUES, AEROPLANOS O PARTES COMPONENTES DE CUALQUIERA DE ELLOS QUE HUBIESEN SIDO ROBADOS U OBJETO DE CUALQUIER DELITO CONTRA LA PROPIE- DAD. Los Estados Unidos de America y los Estados Unidos Mexicanos, deseosos de que los vehiculos de motor, remolques, aeroplanes o las partes componentes de cualquiera de ellos que hubiesen sido robados u objeto de cualquier delito contra la propiedad en uno de dichos paises y llevados al territorio del otro, puedan ser recuperados y devueltos al pais de su legitimo propietario, han acordado cele- brar una Convenci6n y para tal fin han nombrado como sus Pleni- potenciarios: El Presidente de los Estados Unidos de America, al sefnor Jose- phus Daniels, Embajador Extraor- dinario y Plenipotenciario de los Estados Unidos de Am6rica en Mexico; y Purpose declared. Plenipotentiaries. 1333