Patents and Trade-Marks. Extradition of Criminals. International American Monetary Union. International American Bank. International Law. Arbitration. Miscellaneous Business of the Conference

Patents and Trade-Marks. Extradition of Criminals. International American Monetary Union. International American Bank. International Law. Arbitration. Miscellaneous Business of the Conference

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1890 edition. Excerpt: ...idea and also as to the first part of the plan of the majority report, because it is simply a copy of the first. I can understand the suppression which has been made of the special recommendations to the American delegations to present this report to the President of the United States, because it is the duty of the United States delegation to do so, and that delegation is so particular in the fulfillment of its duties that, without doubt, it does not need us to make the suggestion. But in the plan now submitted and which has been accepted by the committee, I notice that another matter has been suppressed which I suppose is not intentional. I allude to the authority of this bank to establish branches or agencies in other par'ts of America. It would not be an international bank if it had not the right to establish branches or agencies, and, in consequence, I would propose that there be added to the plan just presented the following words, which have been copied from the majority report of the committee: "With power to establish branches or agencies in accordance with the laws in force in the several countries.." The PRESIDENT. The delegate from the Argentine Republic offers an amendment to the report. Mr. QUINTANA. My motion, Mr. President, is to add to the resolution, after the words "International American Bank," the following: "With power to establish branches or agencies outside of the country in which the principal house is established." Mr. HUR'FADO. Mr. President, I am authorized by my colleagues on the committee to state that there is no objection at all to the words suggested by the honorable delegate, and it is, therefore, accepted by the committee. The PRESIDENT. The amendment offered by the...show more

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