"Rose Book" of Chile: Communications Exchanged Between the Chancelleries of Chile and of Peru Regarding the Question of Tacna and Arica (1905 to 1908). Observations on the Note of His Excellency Mr. Seoane of May 8, 1908 with an Abstract and Parallel Study
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1918 - Chile - 88 pages
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Page 62 - The territory of the provinces of Tacna and Arica, bounded on the north by the River Sama from its source in the Cordilleras on the frontier of Bolivia to its mouth at the sea, on the south by the ravine and River Camarones, on the east by the Republic of Bolivia, and on the west by the Pacific Ocean, shall continue in the possession of Chile subject to Chilean laws and authority...
Page 62 - the territory of the littoral province of Tarapaca, the boundaries of which are, on the north the ravine and River Camarones.
Page 63 - After the sale of the million tons of guano has been effected, referred to in the previous paragraph, the Government of Chile will continue paying over to the Peruvian creditors 50 per cent, of the net proceeds of guano, as stipulated in the above-mentioned Article 13, until the extinction of the debt or the exhaustion of the deposits now being worked. "The proceeds of deposits or beds that may be hereafter discovered in the territories that have been ceded will belong exclusively to Chile.
Page 11 - After the expiration of that term a plebiscite will decide by popular vote whether the territory of the above-mentioned provinces is to remain definitely under the dominion and sovereignty of Chile or is to continue to constitute a part of Peru.
Page 62 - Arica are to ba annexed shall pay to the other 10,000.000 pesos in Chilean silver currency, or Peruvian soles of the same standard and weight. A special Protocol, which shall be considered as an integral part of the present Treaty, will establish the form in which the plebiscite is to take place, and the conditions and periods of payment of the 10,000,000 pesos by the country which remains in possession of the provinces of Tacna and Arica.
Page 62 - River Camarones, on the east by the Republic of Bolivia, and on the west by the Pacific Ocean, shall continue in the possession of Chile subject to Chilean laws and authority during a period of ten years, to be reckoned from the date of the ratification of the present treaty of peace.
Page 62 - Arica . . . shall remain in the possession of Chile, and subject to Chilean laws and authorities, during the term of ten years, to be reckoned from the ratification of the present treaty of peace. At the expiration of that term a plebiscite shall, by means of a popular vote, decide whether the territory of the provinces referred to is to remain definitely under the dominion and sovereignty of Chile, or continue to form a part of the Peruvian territory.
Page 19 - Cadiz, and avail myself of the occasion to renew to your excellency the assurances of my most distinguished consideration.
Page 64 - The present Treaty shall be ratified, and the ratifications thereof shall be exchanged at Brussels, with the least possible delay. In faith whereof, the Respective Plenipotentiaries have signed the same in duplicate and affixed thereto their seals. Done at Brussels, the twentieth day of July Eighteen hundred and sixtythree.