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COSTA RICA
EXTRADITION TREATY BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND
COSTA RICA, SIGNED NOVEMBER 10, 1922
211.18/8
The Secretary of State to the Charge in Costa Rica (Thurston)
No. 27                            WASHINGTON, May 27, 1921.
SIR: With a view to concluding a treaty of extradition between the
United States and Costa Rica, and having reference to previous corre-
spondence,1 particularly your Legation's despatch No. 7 of November
15, 1911, and the Department's reply thereto No. 3, of November 29,
1911, you are instructed to ascertain whether the Foreign Office is
disposed to resume negotiations looking to this end.
I am [etc.]
For the Secretary of State:
HENRY P. FLETCHER
211.18/13
The Secretary of State to the Charge' in Costa Rica (Thurston)
No. 35                            WASHINGTON, July 14, 1921.
SIR: The Department has received your telegram No. 104 dated
June 29, 1921,' in which you state that the Costa Rican Government is
now willing to open negotiations with the United States with a view
to concluding a treaty of extradition.
There is enclosed herewith for submission to the Costa Rican Gov-
ernment as a sample of a treaty which would be acceptable to this
Government, two prints of the Extradition Treaty between the
United States and Spain.2
In transmitting the draft to the Costa Rican Government, you will
be careful to see that Articles III and IV follow the text of those
articles as found in the protocol.
I am [etc.]                            CHARLES E. HUGHES
Not printed.
2 Signed June 15, 1904; Foreign Relations, 1908, p. 723.
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