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1586 INTERNATIONAL AGREEMEN tion or sale of any article the growth, produce or manufacture of the Republic of Costa Rica, enumerated and described in Post, p. 1598. Schedule II. Exceptions. 2. The foregoing provision shall not apply to: E (a) Prohibitions or restrictions (1) imposed on moral or humani- i tarian grounds; (2) designed to I protect human, animal or plant life; (3) relating to prison-made i goods; or (4) relating to the en- i forcement of police or revenue < laws; or to (b) Quantitative restrictions in whatever form, imposed by the United States of America or the i Republic of Costa Rica, on the importation or sale of any article the growth, produce or manufac- ture of the other country, in con- junction with governmental meas- ures operating to regulate or con- trol the production, market supply or prices of like domestic articles, or tending to increase the labor costs of production of such arti- Notice of proposed cles. Whenever the Government restriction,et. of either country proposes to es- tablish or change any restriction authorized by this subparagraph, it shall give notice thereof in writ- ing to the other Government and shall afford such other Govern- ment an opportunity within thirty days after receipt of such notice to consult with it in respect of the Right to terminate. proposed action; and if an agree- ment with respect thereto is not reached within thirty days follow- ing receipt of the aforesaid notice, the Government which proposes to take such action shall be free to do so at any time thereafter, and the other Government shall be free within fifteen days after such ac- tion is taken to terminate this Agreement in its entirety on thirty days' written notice. Fraudulent prac- 3. It is understood that the provisions of this Article do not affect the application of measures directed against misbranding, adulteration and other fraudulent practices, such as are provided for ITS OTHER THAN TREATIES

ralizado sobre la importaci6n o

renta de ninguno de los articulos ,ultivados, producidos o manufac- turados en la Repdblica de Costa Rica, enumerados y descritos en a Lista II. 2. No se aplicara la estipulaci6n anterior a: a) Prohibiciones o restricciones mpuestas: 1) Con fundamentos norales o humanitarios; 2) Enca- ninados a proteger la vida huma- na, animal o vegetal; 3) Relativas a efectos fabricados en prisiones; o 4) Relativas al cumplimiento de leyes policiacas o fiscales; ni a b) Restricciones cuantitativas ie cualquier forma sobre importa- ci6n o venta de articulo alguno cultivado, producido o manufac- turado en uno u otro pais, impues- tas, por los Estados Unidos de America o por la Repfiblica de Costa Rica en conexi6n con medi- das gubernativas encaminadas a regir o controlar la producci6n, el abastecimiento del mercado, o los precios de articulos nacionales ana- logos, o tendientes a aumentar el costo del trabajo de producci6n de tales articulos. En caso de que el Gobierno de uno u otro pais se pro- ponga establecer o cambiar cual- quier restricci6n autorizada en este inciso, lo notificara por escrito al otro Gobierno y le dara oportuni- dad para que dentro de treinta dias del recibo de la notificaci6n trate con 61 acerca de la acci6n pro- puesta; y si dentro de los treinta dias siguientes al recibo de aquella notificaci6n, no se llegare a un acuerdo respecto del asunto, el Gobierno que se proponga iniciar tal acci6n quedara en libertad de obrar en cualquier tiempo, y el otro Gobierno, dentro de los quince dias de consumada la acci6n, queda tambi6n en libertad de dar por terminado todo este Convenio, a los treinta dias de notificarlo por escrito. 3. Queda entendido que las estipulaciones de este articulo no afectan la aplicaci6n de medidas dirigidas contra falsos marbetes, adulteraci6n y otras practicas fraudulentas, como las estable-