The Argentine Ambassador (Le Breton) to the Secretary of State

No. 37

Note Verbale

The Argentine Ambassador presents his compliments to His Excellency the Secretary of State, and takes pleasure in forwarding to him the enclosed papers which the Ministry of Foreign Relations and Worship of the Argentine Republic places in Your Excellency’s hands through the Embassy.


The Argentine Minister of Foreign Affairs and Worship (Pueyrredon) to the Secretary of State

Mr. Secretary: I have the honor to address Your Excellency and to inform you that the Government of Guatemala has written to the Ministry a note, of which I enclose an authenticated copy, giving notice that the Government of Guatemala, finding it inconvenient to [Page 219] continue a party to the convention relative to trade marks, concluded at the Fourth International Conference of American States which met at this capital in 1910, sees fit to denounce it as it does by means of the said note.

Therefore, in accordance with the stipulation in article 19 of the said convention, I forward that document to Your Excellency for the notice and information of your Government.

I avail myself [etc.]

H. Pueyrredon

The Guatemalan Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs (Aguirre) to the Argentine Minister of Foreign Affairs and Worship (Pueyrredon)

No. 563

Mr. Minister: In accordance with Article 19 of the Convention relative to trade marks, signed by the delegates to the Fourth International American Conference in the City of Buenos Aires, on August 29 [20], 1910, I have the honor to inform Your Excellency that the Government of Guatemala, no longer finding it convenient to continue a party to that agreement, finds itself constrained to denounce it by means of these presents.

Begging Your Excellency kindly to give notice of this denunciation to the Governments concerned, I take [etc.]

G. Aguirre
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