The International Conferences of American States, 1889-1928: A Collection of the Conventions, Recommendations, Resolutions, Reports, and Motions Adopted by the First Six International Conferences of the American States, and Documents Relating to the Organization of the Conferences

By James Brown Scott; Carnegie Endowment for International Peace et al. | Go to book overview

MOTIONS, RESOLUTIONS AND CONVENTIONS
ADOPTED BY THE CONFERENCE1

MOTION
PRESENTED BY MR. EPIFANIO PORTELA, DELEGATE OF THE ARGENTINE
REPUBLIC2

That the Third International American Conference shall address to the Presidents of the United States of America and of the United States of Mexico a Note in which the Conference which is being held at Rio expresses its satisfaction at the happy results of their mediation for the celebration of peace between the Republics of Guatemala, Honduras, and Salvador.

( 23rd of July, 1906.)


RESOLUTION
ARBITRATION3

The undersigned, Delegates of the Republics represented in the Third International American Conference, duly authorized by their Governments, have approved the following Resolution:

The Third International American Conference

RESOLVES:

To ratify adherence to the principle of arbitration; and to the end that so high a purpose may be rendered practicable, to recommend to the Nations represented at this Conference that instructions be given to their Delegates to the Second Conference to be held at The Hague, to endeavor to secure by the said Assembly, of world-wide character, the celebration of a General Arbitration Convention, so effective and definite that, meriting the approval of the civilized world, it shall be accepted and put in force by every nation.

____________________
1
The texts of this conference are arranged in the order in which they appear in the General Minutes, a certified copy of which is found at the end of the volume of signed Minutes filed in the library of the Pan American Union.
2
Text from certified copy of General Minutes, p. 16.
3
Text from certified copy, Department of State. See resolution of the Fifth Conference, post, p. 283.

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