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INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS OTHER THAN TREATIES Academia Nacional de Medicina. Anales de la Medicina Peruana. Colegio de Abogados de Lima. Revista del Foro. Sociedad Geogrdfica de Lima. Revista de la Sociedad Geografica. [Translation] Number 6-3/103 MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS, Lima, October 16, 1936. MR. CHARGOI D'AFFAIRES: With reference to our conversations and to Your Excellency's memorandum of August 28, 1936, I have the honor to make it a matter of record that we have agreed upon the following: There shall be a complete exchange of official publications be- tween Peru and the United States of America, which shall be con- ducted under the following terms: 1. The official exchange office on the part of Peru is Section of Propaganda and Publications of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The official exchange office for the transmission of publications of the United States is the Smithsonian Institution. 2. The exchange sendings shall be received on behalf of Peru by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs; on behalf of the United States by the Library of Congress. 3. Peru will furnish regularly in one copy the official publica- tions of the departments, offices and institutions which appear in the attached list.' The list shall be extended to include, without the necessity of subsequent negotiations, the publications of any new offices that the State may create in the future. 4. The United States will furnish regularly in one copy a full set of the official publications of the departments, bureaus, offices, and institutions which appear in the attached list number two. 2 The list shall be extended to include, without the need of subsequent negotiations, the publications of any new offices that the State may create in the future. 5. Confidential publications, blank forms, and circular letters not of a public nature are not to be included in this exchange. 6. So far as offices which at this time do not issue publications and which are not mentioned in the attached lists, there is the under- standing that publications issued in the future by the offices shall be furnished in one copy. 7. Each party to the agreement shall bear the postal, railroad, steamship and other charges arising in its own country. 8. Both parties express their willingness, so far as possible, to expedite shipments. 1 For list, see p. 1605 . ' For list, see p. 1608