Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 45 Part 2.djvu/1018

From Wikisource
Jump to navigation Jump to search
This page needs to be proofread.


2694 PARCEL POST CONVENTION-HUNGARY. JulT 3. 1928. ' &\l&U.t 16, 1928. Charges. bundles of ten (nine bags enclosed in one) and the total number of such b~ shall be advised on the parcel bill. XXIII. CHARGES . Parcels transmitted 1. The amounts to be allowed to other countries. in respect to parcels sent from one Administration to the' other for onward transmission to a pos- session of either country or to a third country shall be fixed by the intermediary administration. Return~ or redirect· 2 In the case of a narcel re- ed parcels m transit.· • F '1 Rates. turned or redirected m transit through one of the two Administra- tions to the other, the intermedi- ary Administration may claim also the sum due to it for any additional territorial or sea serv- ice provided, together with any amounts due to any other Admin- istration or Administrations con- cerned. 3. For every parcel weighing up to one kilogram (two pounds) mailed in one country and ad- dressed for delivery in the other, whether ordinary, or insured, a payment of 60 centimes gold shall be made; for every parcel weigh- ing over one kilogram and not over five kilograms (eleven pounds), a payment of 1 franc gold shall be made; and for every parcel weighing over five kilo- grams and not over ten kilo- grams (twenty-two pounds), a payment of 1.80 francs gold shall be made by the dispatching Ad- ministration to the receiving Administration. oe~.npBldreturnedpar. 4. For each p~cel which is returned or redirected unpaid from one Administration to the other, the Administration return- ing or reforwarding the parcel sh8ll be entitled to claim the fol- U~~StTarmstroBot (talk)ary to lowing payments: (a) for parcels returned or redirected from Hun- gary to the United States of America, 1.50 francs gold for each parcel weighing up to 1 kilogram (2 pounds); 2.50 francs gold for each parcel weighing over 1 kilo- gram and not ove!" 5 kilograms (11 pounds); and 4.50 francs gold for each parcel weighing over 5 Az tires tartlllY?kat tizes kotegbe kell helyezni (kilencet egy tizedik zsakba) ~s az ilyen zsllkok osszda- rabszamat a rovatlapon jelezni kell. XXIII. DIJAK. 1. Az egyik igazgatas III tal a ma.sak igazgatasnak az illetc5 ora- zag birtokaira vagy egy harmadik orszagba val6 utankiild~s c~lja­ b6latadott csomagok~rt jar6 dilat a kozvetiW igazgatas lIllapitja meg. 2. Ha egy csomagot az egyik igazgatason keresztiil a masik igazgatasnak utan- va~ vissza- kiildenek, a kozveti~5 19azgatas- nak joga van a tovabbi szaraz- foldi vagy tengeri szolglllaMrt jar6 dijra, nemkiilonben azokra a dijakra, amelyek mas ~rdekelt igazgatasnak vagy igazgatasok- nak jarnak. 3. Minden egykg-ig (k~t fon- tig) terjed6 C80mag~rt, amelyet az e~ orsz~ban vettek fel 6J a mll.sikban kell1t~besiteni-tekin­ tet n&kiil arra, hogy a csomag k6- zons6ges, vagy ~rMknyilvanitassal van-e ellatva,-60 aro.nycentime jar; minden egy kg-on feliili, de ot kg-nlll (tizenegy fontnlll) nem sulyoso.bb csomo.~~rt egy arany- frank jar ~ mmden ot kg-on feliili, de tiz kg-ot (huszonket fontot) meg nem halad6 sulyu csomagert 1 frank 80 ct jar. Ezeket a dijako.t az indit6 igaz- gatas koteles fizetni a. rendelte- t~i igazgo.tasno.k . 4. Minden, az egyik igazgatas- t61 a masik i~o.zgo.tashoz dijfi- .?:OeMs nelkUl VlSszakiildott vagy utankiildott csomagert az utan- kiildc5 vagy visszakiildc5 igazga- tasnak a kovetkezc5 dijakro. van igenye: (a) Magyarorszagb61 az Amerikai E~esiilt Allamokbo. utan- vagy VlSszakiildott csoma- gokert 1.50 aranyfro.nkro., ho. a. csomag 1 kg (2 font) sulyig terjed; 2.50 aranyfrankro., ho. a csomag sulya nagyobb 1 kg-naI, de nero ha.ladja meg az 5 kg-ot (11 fontot) es 4.50 aranyfrankra, ha a csomag sulya nagyobb 5