Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 45 Part 2.djvu/982

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2658 CONVENTION--PORTUGUESE WEST AFRICA. NOVEMBER 18, 1927. Powders. Probihltlons. Articles sr!\Cified. L<ltters, etc. outra materia obsorvente em quantiadade suficieIlte para ab- so rver todo 0 conteudo hquido no caso de rotura. 9. Pos e tintas em po devem ser acondicionados em caixas de metal seladas a chumbo que de- verao ser incluidas em envolucros resistentes exteriores de forma a oferecer a maior seguran~a aos outros objectos da mala. IY. PRoHmIgOEs. 1. Os seguintes objectos nao poderao ser transmitidos nas en- comendas postais: (a) cartas ou comunicaQoes de natureza de carta. Contudo sera permitido incluir numa ('ncomen- da uma fa,_~ura a descoberto que se limitara a particularidades que constituem uma factura, e tam- bem uma simples copia do en- der~o da encomenda e do endereQo do expedidor. fo~~position It letters Se numa encomenda for encon- trada qualquer carta, que possa ser retIrada, ela sera, expedida pelas malas ordinarias e se nao puder ser, a encomenda sera re- cusada. Se uma carta for, inad- vertidamente, expedida dentro duma encomenda, 0 paiz de des- tino cobrara do destinario 0 dobro das taxas devidas em con- formidade com a ConvenQao da Uniao Postal Universal. EnclO'!ure with dif- (b) InclusOes com endere~os ferent address. • dlferentes daquele que apresenta o envolucro da encomenda. Se tais objectos inclusos forem en- contrados, eles serao expedidos em seJ?arado, onerados com novas e distmtas taxas de encomendas. be!;;~e anlmalo, except (c) Animais vivos (excepto abelhas, que serao expedidas em caixas de forma a evitar aos em- pregados todo 0 perigo e a per- mitir a verific~ao do conteudo). Admissions not au· (d) Quaisquer obh'ectos cUI' a thorized. transmissiio seja pro ibida pe a Explosives, etc. Alfandega ou J?8las leis ou regu- lamentos em VIgor em qualquer dos dois paizes. (e) Quaisquer artigos explo- sivos ou inflamaveis e, em geral, qualquer artigo cuja transmissao seja perigosa. liquid contents in the case of breakage. 9. Powders and dyes in powder form must be packed in lead- sealed metal containers which containers must be enclosed in substantial outer covers, so as to afford the utmost protection to the accompanying mail matter. IV, PROHmITIONs. 1. The following articles are prohibited transmission by pt.rcel post: (a) A letter or a communica- tion having the nature of a letter. Nevertheless it is permitted to en- close in a parcel an open invoice, confined to the particulars which constitute an invoice, and also a simple copy of the address of the parcel, that of the sender being added. If a letter be found .in a parcel, it will be placed in the mails if separable and if it be inseparably attached the whole package will be rejected. If, however, a letter should be inadvertently for· warded in a parcel, the country of destination will collect from the addressee the double rates of postage according to the Univer- sal Postal Union Convention. (b) An enclosure which bears an address different from that placed on the cover of the par- cel. If such enclosed packages be detected, they must be sent for- ward singly charged with new and distinct parcel-post rates. (c) Any live animal (except bees, which must be encloS('d ,m boxes so as to avoid all danger to postal officers and to allow the contents to be ascertained). (d) Any article of which the admission is not authorized by the Customs or other laws or reg- ulations in force in either coun- try. (e) Any explosive or inflam- mable article, and, in general, any article of which the convey- ance is dangerous.