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Paragraphs in "International Convention For The High Seas Fisheries Of The North Pacific Ocean" coded as DESCR

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Pre.1 The Governments of the United States of America, Canada and Japan, whose respective duly accredited representatives have subscribed hereto,
Pre.2 Acting as sovereign nations in the light of their rights under the principles of international law and custom to exploit the fishery resources of the high seas, and
Pre.3 Believing that it will best serve the common interest of mankind, as well as the interests of the Contracting Parties, to ensure the maximum sustained productivity of the fishery resources of the North Pacific Ocean, and that each of the Parties should assume an obligation, on a free and equal footing, to encourage the conservation of such resources, and
Pre.4 Recognizing that in view of these considerations it is highly desirable (1) to establish an International Commission, representing the three Parties hereto, to promote and co-ordinate the scientific studies necessary to ascertain the conservation measures required to secure the maximum sustained productivity of the fisheries of joint interest to the Contracting Parties and to recommend such measures to such Parties and (2) that each Party carry such conservation recommendations, and provide for necessary restraints on its own nationals and fishing vessels.
Pre.5 Thereafter agree as follows: