Treaty between the United States and China for relinquishment of extraterritorial rights in China and the regulation of related matters, signed January 11, 19431
[For text of treaty for the relinquishment of extraterritorial rights in China and the regulation of related matters, signed at Washington, January 11, 1943, with an accompanying exchange of notes, see Department of State Treaty Series No. 984, or 57 Stat. 767. The Senate gave its consent to the ratification of the treaty without a dissenting vote on February 11, 1943. Ratifications were exchanged at Washington on May 20 and treaty and notes came into effect on that day; this was so proclaimed by the President on May 24.
The British treaty was signed at Chungking, January 11, 1943; British and Foreign State Papers, volume CXLV, page 129.]
- For correspondence regarding negotiation of this treaty, see Foreign Relations, 1942, China, pp. 268 ff.↩