Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 45 Part 2.djvu/981

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CONVENTION-PORTUGUESE WEST AFRICA. NOVEMBER 18, 1927. 2657 seiadas, excepto nos casos de en- comendas ordinarias que nao te- nham sido seiadas, primitiva- mente, pelos reatetentes. Qualquer das duas Adminis- tra~oes podera exigir um sinete particular do exp~didor na sela- gem das encomendas registadas ou encomendas com valores decla- rl.ldos depositadas nos seus servi- c;os, como meio de seguranc;a. 5. Em nenhuma encomenda registada podera ser inscrita a informa~ao do valor do seu con- teudo, nao obstante ela constar da declara<;ao para a Al£andega. 6. Cada encomenda registada e cada encomenda com valor decla- rado devera ser marcada ou ro- tulada ou estampada, segundo 0 caso com a indica<;ao de " Regis- tered" (quandc registada) ou de "Insured" (quando com valor declarado) duma forma visivel, do lado do endere<;o, e muito proximo aesta indica<;ao devera figurar 0 numero de registo ou de seguro dado a encomenda. A de- dara<;ao para a Alfandega, se nao estiver colada Ii er.comenda, e a nota de expedi<;ao devem, tam- bem, ser marcadas ou rotuladas ou estampadas, segundo 0 caso, com a indica~iio " Registered " ou " Insured ". 7. As etiquetas ou selos nas en- comendas registadas e nas enco- mendas com valores declarados d~vem ser afixad.os de forma que nao possam servlr para esconder quaisquer estragos nos envolucros. Nao devem ser dobrados sobre dois lados do envolucro de forma a esconder a sua margem. 8. Qualquer liquido ou qual- quer substancia que se liquefaz facilmente deve ser acondicionado num receptaculo duplo. Entre 0 primeiro receptaculo (garrafa, frasco, pote, caixa, etc.) e 0 se- gundo (caixa de metal, de ma- deira resistente, de cartao ondula- do resistente ou de cartao de fibra resistente ou receptaculo de igual resistencia) devera haver urn espa<;o para ser preenchido com serradura, farelo ou qualquer ordinary parcels they need Dot be sealed if they were not sealed by the sender in the first instance. Either AdministratiQn may re- SreW mark, by quire a special impress or mark of sen er. the sender in the sealing of regis- tered or insured parcels maIled in its service, as a me&!lS of pro- tection. 5. No registered parcel shall I,ot to show value of h . contents. aVe WrItten on it information as to the value of its contents, al- though this must be stated in the accompanying customs declara- tion. 6. Each registered and insured Labeling, etc. parcel must be marked or labeled or stamped" Registered" or I', In- sured ", as the case may be, in a. conspicuous manner on the ad- dress side and in close proximity to such indorsement there must appear the registration or insur- ance number given the parcel. The customs declaration, if not gummed to the parcel, and the dispatch note, must also be marked or labeled or stumped ,. Registered" or "Insured" as the case may be. 7. The labels or stamps on reg- Placing stamps. istered and insured parcels must be so placed that they can not serve to conceal injuries to the covers. They must not be folded over two sides of the cover so as to hide the edge. 8. Any liquid or any substance .Containers for liq· which easily liquefies must be wds, etc. packed in a double receptacle. Between the first receptacle (bot- tle, flask, pot, box, etc.,) and the second (box of metal, strong wood, strong corrugated card- board or strong fibreboard or re- ceptacle of equal strength) shall be left a space which shall be filled with sawdust, bran, or some other absorbent material, in suf- ficient qtoantity to absorb all the