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Citation : Unofficial version CTS 1952 No. 12 / Version non officielle RTC 1952 No 12
Date of entry into force : 1925-01-08
Languages : en
Source : Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada / Ministère des Affaires étrangères et du Commerce international Canada
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E101325 - CTS 1952 No.12

 

SUPPLEMENTARY CONVENTION BETWEEN CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA TO PROVIDE FOR EXTRADITION ON ACCOUNT OF CRIMES OR OFFENCES COMMITTED AGAINST THE LAWS FOR THE SUPPRESSION OF THE TRAFFIC IN NARCOTICS

 

His Majesty the King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and of the British Dominions beyond the Seas, Emperor of India, in respect of the Dominion of Canada, and the President of the United States of America, being desirous of enlarging the list of crimes on account of which extradition may be granted with regard to certain offences committed in the United States or in the Dominion of Canada under the Conventions concluded between the United States and Great Britain on the 12th July, 1889, and the 13th December, 1900, and the 12th April, 1905, and the 15th May 1922, with a view to the better administration of justice and the prevention of crime, have resolved to conclude a Supplementary Convention for this purpose, and have appointed as their Plenipotentiaries, to wit:

His Britannic Majesty: The Honourable Ernest Lapointe, Minister of Justice to the Dominion of Canada, and

The President of the United States of America: Charles Evans Hughes, Secretary of State of the United States of America;

Who, after having communicated to each other their respective full powers, which were found to be in due and proper form, have agreed to and concluded the following Articles:

 

ARTICLE I

The following crimes are, subject to the provision contained in Article II hereof, added to the list of crimes numbered 1 to 10 in the 1st Article of the said Convention of the 12th July, 1889, and to the list of crimes numbered 11 to 13 in Article I of the Supplementary Convention concluded between the United States and Great Britain on the 13th December, 1900, and to the list of crimes numbered 14 and 15 in Article I of the Supplementary Convention concluded between the United States and Great Britain on the 12th April, 1905, and to the list of crimes numbered 16 in Article I of the Supplementary Convention concluded between the United States and Great Britain on the 15th May, 1922, that is to say:

17.       Crimes and offences against the laws for the suppression of the traffic in narcotics.

 

ARTICLE II

The operation of the present Convention is confined to cases in which the offences mentioned in the preceding Article having been committed in the United States or in the Dominion of Canada, the person charged with the offence is found in the Dominion of Canada or in the United States respectively.

 

ARTICLE III

The present Convention shall be considered as an integral part of the said extradition Conventions of the 12th July, 1889, and the 13th December, 1900, and the 12th April, 1905, and the 15th May, 1922, and the 1st Article of the said Convention of the 12th July, 1889, shall be read as if the lists of crimes therein contained had originally comprised the additional crimes specified and numbered 17 in the 1st Article of the present Convention subject to the provision contained in Article II.

The present Convention shall be ratified, and the ratifications shall be exchanged either at Washington or Ottawa as soon as possible.

It shall come into force ten days after its publication in conformity with the laws of the High Contracting Parties and it shall continue and terminate in the same manner as the said Convention of the 12th July, 1889.

In testimony whereof, the respective plenipotentiaries have signed the present Supplementary Convention and have affixed their seals thereto.

DONE in duplicate at the City of Washington this 8th day of January, in the year one thousand nine hundred and twenty-five.

 

Ernest Lapointe

Charles Evans Hughes