1370 INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS OTHER THAN TREATIES [58 STAT. 4. Each Government shall furnish regularly to the other Govern- ment, without the necessity of subsequent negotiation, (a) one copy of any important publication which is not enumerated by "List I" or "List II" and which may be issued in the future by a department or other instrumentality of such Government; (b) one copy of any important publication that may be issued in the future by a depart- ment or other instrumentality of such Government which does not at present issue publications; and (c) one copy of any important publica- tion which may be issued by a department or other instrumentality which may subsequently be established by such Government. 5. Neither Government shall be obliged by this agreement to furnish confidential publications, blank forms, or circular letters which are not of a public nature. 6. Each Government agrees to bear postal, railroad, steamship, and other charges arising in its own territory. 7. Each Government agrees to expedite shipments as far as possible. 8. This agreement shall not be understood to modify any agreement regarding the exchange of official publications in effect between a department or other instrumentality of one of the two Governments and a department or other instrumentality of the other Government. The Government of Guatemala is agreed that this note and Your Excellency's very kind note number 109, of March 23 last, with the annexed lists, constitute the agreement for the exchange of official publications between Guatemala and the United States; and, likewise, that the said agreement be considered in force from March 23, 1944. I avail myself of the opportunity to renew to Your Excellency the expression of the sentiments of my highest and most distinguished consideration. CARLOS SALAZAR His Excellency BOAZ LONG, Ambassador Extraordinaryand Plenipotentiary of the United States. City.