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10/1925 Sb.



Convention



between Austria, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Romania, the Kingdom of

Srbo-Croatia-Slovenia and the Czechoslovak Republic on the issues

relating to archives.



The name of the Czechoslovak Republic.



The name of the Czechoslovak Republic, the Italian Republic, the Kingdom of

Polish,



the Republic of Austria, the Kingdom of Romania, the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and



Yugoslavia and the Kingdom of Hungary was negotiated this Convention:



Umluva.



(Translation.)



AUSTRIA, HUNGARY, ITALY, POLAND, ROMANIA, THE KINGDOM OF

srbochorvatsko-Slovenia and Czechoslovakia, desiring to upraviti questions

about archives and desiring uzavříti the objectives of the Convention, such as High

the parties have designated their splnomocněnci:



The Federal president of the Republic of Austria:



Rémi Kwiatkowskiho, p.



the extraordinary Envoy and Plenipotentiary Minister;



His Highness the regent of Hungary:



p. Nemes de Hidveg, Earl



the extraordinary Envoy and Plenipotentiary Minister;



His Majesty the King of the Italian:



J. e. Marquis Guglielmo Imperialiho,



Senator of the Kingdom, Ambassador;



The Chief of State of the Polish:



p. Macieje, Loreta,



Chargé d Affaires ´ Polish State in Rome;



His Majesty the King of Romania:



p. Ef. Antonescoa



the advice of Cassation in Bucharest;



His Majesty the King of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes:



Mr. Otakar Rybára,



a former Member;



The President of the Czechoslovak Republic:



p. Oly Kybal,



the extraordinary Envoy and Plenipotentiary Minister;



who, předloživše his full powers, which were found to be in good and due

the form, have agreed as follows:



Article 1.



Austria and Hungary with a side of one and the other States of the podepsavší

the Convention is the other party, as well as the poslednější States,

commit usnadňovati by all means in accordance with this Convention, and

all of the files, archives, documents and objects that have different shades

on account of the Treaty of St. Germain and Trianon.



Recovery or disposal, according to the circumstances:



And as regards Austria:



1. the Treaty of St. Germain, 191-article with the use of the provisions of the article. 184: on the

writings, instruments, antique and art objects and all of the material

research and bibliographic, if these things have been abducted from the occupied

territory, whether they belong to the State or to the administrative offices of the district, municipal,

a hospital or church or other public or private institutions.



2. Article 192: on the case of the same nature as the things listed under the previous

the number, which was 1. June 1914 abducted from territory ceded to the

the exception of the things purchased by private owners.



3. Article 93: on archives, registers, blueprints, diplomas and documents

any species belonging to the administrative offices of the civil, military,

financial, legal or other, to the territories ceded by figuring out here

all the articles which have been relocated, subject to the provisions of paragraph 1. 2.



4. Article 193: on the writings, documents and historical monuments in their possession

existing public institutions, which have a direct relationship to the history of the ceded

territory and which have been deleted in the past ten years; as regards the

Italy, extends this period to the Declaration of the Kingdom (1861). The writings,

documents and monuments, at which time she touch more than twenty years of

back and which have a direct relationship to the history or to the administration of the Austrian territory

and perhaps they will find on the transferred territories, other States,

having signed this Convention, be repaid to the Austrian Government.



5. Sections 10 and 13 of the annex to articles 249 and 250: all writings,

Archives, accounts or accounting documents, documents and messages of any kind,

contracts, certificates and other documents about the law that created the above

These sections have in mind and which are located at the offices of the

or institutions, which belongs to State supervision or for which is guaranteed by the State.



As regards the recovery of files and documents of this nature, existing in the hands of the people

private, will be effected according to the provisions of the Treaty.



(B) as regards Hungary:



1. The Treaty of Trianon, article 175, using the provisions of article 168: on

writings, instruments, antiques and art objects, and all the material

research and bibliographic, if these things have been abducted from the occupied

territory, whether they belong to the State or to administrative authorities, refer to the municipal,

a hospital or church or other public or private institutions.



2. Article 176: on things of the same nature as the things listed under the previous

the number, which was 1. June 1914 abducted from territory ceded to the

the exception of the things purchased by private owners.



3. Article 77: archives, registers, blueprints, diplomas and documents

any species belonging to the administrative offices of the civil, military,

financial, legal or other ceded territories located on,

including here all the objects which have been relocated, subject to the provisions of paragraph 1.

2.



4. Article 177, paragraph 1, and article 178: on the writings, instruments and

historical monuments in the possession of non-public institutions, which have a direct

relationship to the history of the ceded territory and was removed after 1. January

1868; as regards Italy, extends this period to the Declaration of the Kingdom of

(1861). Writings, documents and monuments, in which she does not run on time than

twenty years ago, and which have a direct relationship to the history or to manage

the Hungarian territory and perhaps find the transferred areas, will be

other States which have signed this Convention, returned to the Government of Hungary.



5. Sections 10 and 13 of the annex to the articles 232 and 233: on all the writings,

Archives, accounts and accounting documents, documents and messages of any kind,

contracts, receipts and other documents about the law that created the above

These sections have in mind and which are in the hands of the authorities of the State

or institutions, which belongs to State supervision or for which is guaranteed by the State. If

as for the recovery of files and documents of this nature, existing in the hands of the people

private, will be effected according to the provisions of the Treaty.



Article 2.



This Convention shall also apply where disclosure of that

anticipates the second paragraph of article 93 of the Treaty of St. Germain and St.-If

as regards the second paragraph of article 77 of the Treaty the Trianon. If interested

States parties agree on or nesjednají the Special Convention between themselves, includes

This disclosure archives, registers, plans, deeds and diplomas in particular

free access to archives, registers, and other collections of the public concerned

registries and other collections with the public, interested in those articles

vřečených contracts, inspection, inspection, the option of sincerity's copies,

elevators, photo or reproduction of a different nature and in special cases

the right vypůjčiti your time under the condition of reciprocity, the parties

the participating States these items, if you can make it without injury to the common

official service and will not infringe the duty and long life these archives and

the instrument is in good condition and the duty to nepřemísťovati them.



It is understood that this article does not apply to documents that are exclusively subject to the

on the administration of the territory of present-day Austria and Hungary.



This Convention applies to files, archives, etc., related to the earlier

the administration of the Hungarian and Austrian, Austro-Hungarian, and even called, when

they are not on the territory of the Austrian, Hungarian, but after the case on any

another of the territory of the former monarchy, converted to the Contracting States.



Article 3.



Recovery and disposal shall be made directly between it and the State on the

the basis of this procedure:



1. Each Contracting State shall designate a month after what this Convention

enter in the scope of one or several experts with the task of zkoumati

files, archives, registers, blueprints, diplomas, documents of any kind, in

Article 1 concerned.



2. After the completion of the examination, notify each expert list of writings

the archives, etc., for their country requires, the person appointed by the

the objectives of the State, in which writings are to this explore; the return of the

in the present case, the authorities of that State.



3. Whenever it appears to the expert or state the holder during the proceedings that the writings,

Archives, etc., which perhaps have a relationship to a State party a third, which would

It could be about vyžádati, the participating States have been informed and will be able to

within one month after receipt of the report vyslati of one or several

the experts, in a friendly agreement were the question of the final allocation

files, archives, etc., which it is.



4. in all cases of disagreement about the use of sections 2 and 3, and in the lack of

the Convention between the participating States, will be submitted to the question will be if the only

It involved two States, two experts that sets out both the

the participating States, and arbitration as to the President, who would be elected the following

experts by common agreement; arbitration the only appointed by common agreement,

rozhodovati will always, when the dispute will be týkati the interests of more States.

If in the appointment of the presiding arbitration or arbitration

a single disagreement, the president is chosen by the Federal State of the Swiss

or, for the case of busy of the same Council, Chairman of the League of Nations

from the experts, who are citizens of countries other than the Contracting States.



If one or several of the participating States nejmenovalo within two months

after they made the notification of their experts, will be to request the other parties

the President judge or referee the only appointed under the provisions of

the above mentioned.
5. the experts and judge appointed under section 4. they will also be

příslušni rozhodovati about whether is well advised to do the communication concerned in

Articles 93, para. 2. the Treaty of St. Germain St-, and 77, para. 2., the Treaty

The Trianon: whether is advisable sincerity copies etc.



6. The High Contracting Parties undertake, in everything related to the

the implementation of this Convention, shall provide free access to the experts and arbitration

only with those restrictions which are contained in paragraph 2. This

the numbers on all the places where those files are located, whether in the turnings or

in any place else. Further undertake to let them see into him

the inventories, catalogues, etc., as well as in the files belonging to the administrations and

institutions, which, if they are of an administrative nature, and that they make every effort

facilitate the implementation of the tasks of them without prejudice to the national provisions of the State.

the State of the public writings, about which it is.



It is understood that free access only applies to files that were written for the

earlier Governments in Austria and in Hungary, and that access is permitted only in the

Office hours and only in the presence of an official of the Administrative Office of the

that goes.



7. The High Contracting Parties undertake, in the integrity of

udržovati all archives, writings, etc., which is aware of this Convention

and that will be the time in their possession, so far, until completely

done return and surrender, article 1 of which they speak, and that will be

zdržovati any other measures referred to in this Convention, and

in particular, they must resort to some sort of writings, of which goes, without

previous giving the notification to all other States parties, and without request

them consent; If such notification is not given within three months from the

receipt of reply message, it will be to organize přikročiti.



8. Any costs and fees of the arbitration shall determine and allocate experts

prejudice in the preceding paragraphs, by common agreement.



In case of disagreement, and if there are special conventions concluded or

uzavrou the participating States, will each issue related to the above

vytčenými costs and rewards determined management procedure established by

This article.



9. The above measures in the cause of what is subject to section 5

Article 1-A and paragraph 5 of article 1-B, do not exclude, that they return

the guns, according to the provisions under discussion, and the measures contained in the contract

St.-St. Germain and Trianon.



Article 4.



Article 274 (St.-Germain Treaty), paragraph 2, article 257 (contract

Trianon), paragraph 2. If it is about the archives, registers and plans that

relate to the services of industrial, literary and artistic property to

the dismemberment of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, accorded a high

the Contracting Parties the right to their common use for their

nationals, when they handing and sending would not be possible without damage

common services and common interests. Each participating State will have, therefore,

the right to own the spending's sincerity, in the present case, even through

his principal without was obliged to pay through any fees or

taxes, or copies of written, photo or artwork of registries, plans

and all files, documents and annexes, which concern the rights of their

Members; administrative offices, for which the archives, registers and plans

There are, they are bound to vystavovati, at the request of the interested parties pictures

or copies of memos, plans, and all the annexes, which concern them, without

to them because of this ukládati other or higher fees or levies

than its own citizens.



Article 5.



(I).



And as regards Austria:



The Treaty of St. Germain, article 196-. If any objects that

they have the character of the artistic, archaeological, scientific or historical and are

part of the collections belonging to the Government before the Austro-Hungarian Empire

or the Crown, and if these are not subject to other provisions of that

the Treaty, Austria is committed to:



and ujednati with the participating States) if requested, the friendly

the adjustment, which will be all parts of these collections, or all those of

the affected items, which should be náležeti to the cultural assets of the territory

ceded by the Treaty of St.-Germainskou, thee on the basis of reciprocity,

in the territory, from which they originate. As regards the cultural assets of the territory, which

It was transferred by the Treaty of Trianonskou and previously belonged to the Government

Austro-Hungarian Empire or the Crown, Austria declares, that is

a permanent Alliance with the participating States willing to deal on the basis of mutual

concessions;



(b)) that nothing from these collections nezcizí or keep and that after twenty years,

but it would be before the end of this period, there will not be any special arrangements,

of these subjects, but disponovati is committed to end their

safety and proper maintenance and credit is, as well as inventory, catalogues

and administrative documents, these collections related to the use of the learners and

the experts who are nationals of the United and combined powers,

podepsavších this Convention.



(B) as regards Hungary:



The Treaty of Trianon, article 177, paragraph 2. -5. With regard to any

objects or instruments that have the character of the artistic, archaeological, scientific,

or historical and are part of the collections, náleževších before the Government

Austro-Hungarian Empire or the Crown, and if these are not

subject to the other provisions of that Treaty, Hungary is committed to:



and) ujednati interested States, if requested, the friendly

the adjustment, which will be all parts of these collections, or all they

objects or instruments above, concerned that should náležeti to the cultural

the assets of those States on the basis of reciprocity, to thee countries from

which they originate;



(b)) that nothing from these collections nezcizí or keep and that after twenty years,

but it would be before the end of this period, there will not be any special arrangements,

of these subjects, but disponovati is committed to end their

safety and proper maintenance and credit is, as well as inventory, catalogues

and administrative documents, these collections related to the use of the learners and

the experts who are nationals of one of the United podepsavších and

combined power. On the contrary, it will have the right to turn on Hungary

the above-mentioned States and Austria, namely that they are under the same conditions,

as stated above, the negotiated adjustments to have been to Hungary

recovered documents and collections, objects of the above, the benefit in question

pay through the guarantees referred to in paragraph (b)).



II. States that intend to enter the applications, which is spoken in

Article 196 of the Treaty of St. Germain and St.-Article 177 of the Treaty, in the Trianon,

inform Austria and Hungary after the case a year after this

the Convention takes the scope of; then submit within twenty years after what it takes

the scope of the Treaty of St.-Germain, as regards Austria, and, where appropriate,

the Treaty of Trianon, as regards Hungary, the detailed application indicating

the collections, objects, and documents, as well as the conditions of reciprocity,

which the requesting State intends to offer.



In the adjustments that will be negotiated, established ways of settlement will be

disputes which perhaps would have resulted in the implementation of these agreements.



Article 6.



The provisions of this Convention shall not in any way prejudice the provisions of the treaties-St.

Of St. Germain and Trianon, nor the rights of the Reparation Commission, in particular as regards

its jurisdiction in accordance with the second paragraph of article 192 of the Treaty

St.-St. Germain and the second paragraph of article 176 of the Treaty, the Trianon. Means

also, the provisions of the conventions that have been concluded between

Austria and Hungary and, where appropriate, between this or that of the High Contracting

the parties, in particular the provisions of the Convention between Austria and Italy, signed a 4.

in May 1920, in Vienna, and the Convention between Austria and Czechoslovakia,

signed on 18 July 2005. May 1920 in Prague, as well all

the scope of the. This Convention will not be able to be also not prejudice the other special

editing, that have been or will be negotiated between perhaps onwards and that of

the participating States.



Article 7.



This Convention shall be ratified as soon as possible.



Each State shall send its ratification by the Italian Government, which will take care of

It has been informed of all the other podepsavší States.



Ratification will remain stored in the archives of the Italian Government.



This Convention will not be podepsavší for the which state the scope of the day

the composition of its ratification, and from that moment it becomes effective between States,

that the composition of their ratification of the moved.



On the conscience of the agents from the top appointed have signed this Convention.



Given in Rome on the 6th of April of the year one thousand nine hundred and twenty-second

French and Italian, which both texts are equally authentic,

a single copy, which shall remain deposited in the archives of the Government of the Kingdom of

The Italian and the certified true copies of which shall be issued to each of the podepsavších

States.



In: Austria:



RÉMI KWIATKOWSKI.



Hungary:



NEMES.



Italy:



IMPERIALI.



Poland:



MACIEJ LORET.



Romania:



F. ANTONESCO.



The Kingdom of srbo-Croatia-Slovenia:



DRR. RYBÁR.



Czechoslovakia:



VLASTIMIL KYBAL.



PŘEZKOUMAVŠE THIS CONVENTION ENDORSEMENT AND WE CONFIRM IT. TOMMU ON CONSCIENCE

WE SIGNED THIS SHEET AND THE SEAL OF THE CZECHOSLOVAK REPUBLIC

PŘITISKNOUTI DALI.



PRAGUE CASTLE DAY 3. April 1924.
THE PRESIDENT OF THE CZECHOSLOVAK REPUBLIC.



T. g. MASARYK in r.



MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS:



Dr. EDVARD BENEŠ in r.



Is that the instruments of ratification were deposited to the Czechoslovak

on 1 May 2004. in May 1924, the Convention was not which for the Czechoslovak Republic

the international scope of the.



Other States have passed the ratification of the Charter in this order. Romania 12.

in December 1923, Poland 15. in December 1923, the State of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes

February 22, 1924, Austria 8. in March 1924, Italy 10. in March 1924.



Dr. Edvard Beneš in r.