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UNIVERSAL POSTAL CON VENTION—VIENN A. JULY 4, 1891. 1093 nistration en cas de perte d’un en-· tration in case of the loss of a regvoi recommandé, la question en li- istered article, the question in distige est réglee par jugement arbi- pute is decided by arbitration. To tral. A cet elfet, chacunc des Ad- that end, each of the Administraministrations en cause choisit un tions concerned chooses another autre membre de l’Union qui n’est member of the Union not directly pag directcment intéressé dans interested in the matter. a mrc. 2—La decision des arbitres est 2.-The decision of the arbitra- D°°*¤*°'*- donnée a la majorité absolue des tors is given by an absolute majorvoix. ity of the votes. 3-En cas de partage des voix, 3.-In case the votes are equally Divinionles arbitres choisissent, pour tran- divided, the arbitrators choose, in cher le ditlerend, une autre Admi— order to settle the diference, annistration egalement desinteressée other Administration equally disdans le lmge. _ _ interested in the disputed question. -1-Les dispositions du present 4.-.The provisions of the present -*Pvl*¤¤**··¤- article s’appliquent egalement A Article apply equally to all the AMG v- 1091- tous les Arrangements conclus en Agreements concluded by virtue of vertu de Particle 19 precedent. Article 19, preceding. Asrrrcmc 24- Aimcrn 24. A-in 1--Les pays qui n’ont point pris 1.—Countries which have not Admission of oninpart a la présente Convention sont taken part in the present Conven- °°"""“'°'· admis a y adherer sur leur de- tion are admitted to adhere thereto mande. upon their demand. 2—-Cette adhesion est notifies, 2.—-Notice is given of this adhe- sensation. par la voie d i pl o ma ti q u e, an sion, through the diplomatic chan- Gou vernem ent de Ia Confederation nel, to the Government of the Swiss suisse et, par ce Gouvernement, Confederation, and by that Gova tous les pays de l’Union. pjrninent to all the countries of the mon. 3—Elle emporte, de plein droit, 3.--lt implies, as a right, acces poem. accession atoutes les clauses et ad- sion to all the clauses and admismission a tous les avantages stipu- sion to all the advantages stipulés par la presents Convention. lated by the present Convention. 4-——Il appartient an Gouverne- 4.—Itdevolves upon the Govern- sum or •¤g»¤»•. ment de la Confederation snisse de ment of the Swiss Confederation to ’“‘°’““"°”“‘ ‘“°"‘· determiner, d’un commun accord determine, by mutual agreement avec le Gouvernement du pays in- with the Government of the countéressé, la part contributive de try interested, the share to be con- 1’Administration deoedernierpays tributed by the Administration of dans les frais dn Bureau interna- this latter country toward the extional, et, s’il y a lieu, les taxes a penses of the International Bureau, percevoir par cette Administration and, if necessary, the rates to be en conforrnite de Particle 10 prece- levied by that Administration in dent. conformity with Article 10, pre- , ceedin g. Anrrcnn 25. Anricnn 25. Ames. 1-Des Congres de plenipoten- 1.——Congresses of plenipotentia- u§1v:•f,gm°:g§·¤¤ tiaires des pays contractants ou ries of the contracting countries, ` de simples Conferences adminis- or simple administrative confertratives, selon Pimportance des ences, accordingto the importance questions a résoudre, sont reunis, of the questions to be solved, are lorsque la demande en est faite on held when a demand for them is approuvée par les deux tiers, au made or approved by two-thirds, moins, des Gouverneinents ou Ad- at least, of the Governments or ministrations, suivant le cas. {Administrations, as the case may e.