Preliminary Reports . Weights and Measures. Inter-Continental Railway. Reciprocity Treaties. Communication on the Atlantic, the Pacific, the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. Customs Regulations. Port Dues. Sanitary Regulations

Preliminary Reports . Weights and Measures. Inter-Continental Railway. Reciprocity Treaties. Communication on the Atlantic, the Pacific, the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. Customs Regulations. Port Dues. Sanitary Regulations

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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: ...last ten years, at the expiration of which it shall be considered extended ten years, provided that twelve months before the expiration of said period formal notification of its dissolution shall not have been given. Such dissolution may be partial; and in such event the nation or nations separating shall be exempt from the payment of said subsidy. J. M. P. CAAMANO. E. C. VARAS. Moimrs M. Esrna. JACINTO CASTELLANOS. E. A. Maxin. TELEGRAPHIC ComnunICnrion. The Committee on Communication on the Pacific has the honor to propose that it be recommended to the Governments represented in the Conference and whose countries border on the Pacific Ocean, with respect to telegraphic communication: First. That Government aid be given to the company which shall connect the principal ports of the nations bordering on the Pacific by means of a submarine telegraphic cable, whose termini shall be, for the present, the port of San Francisco, in the United States of America, and that of Valparaiso, in Chili; taking as a basis, for the purpose of determining the total amount of aid, that the cost of transmission for each word shall be less than the minimum amount now charged by the existing companies, at whatever distance the city or locality to which the cablegram is addressed may be situated. Second. That the total amount of aid agreed upon shall be paid by the Governments interested, in the proportion established for the payment of the aid to the steam-ship transportation companies; proceeding, with respect to the presentation and acceptance of bids, in accordance with the fifth article of its report on Communication on the Pacific. J. M. P. C.-AMANo. E. C. VARAS. MonRIs M. Esrna. ' JsCnrro Casrnnnsnos. ' E. A. Maxis. POSTAL COMMUNICATION. The Committee on...show more

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