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CONVENTION-PORTUGUESE WEST AFRICA. NOVEMBER 18, 1927. 2675 4. A compila~o, transmissii.o, verifie~ii.o e 0 aeeite das contas deverio ser efeetuados 0 mais depressa possivel e 0 pagamento, resultante do saldo, deverS. ser feito, 0 mais tardar, antes de findar 0 trimestre seguinte. o pagamento dos saldos de- vidos por estas contas entre as duas Administrac;Oes sera efe- ctuad~~or meio de saques sObre Nova York ou por outra 9.ua1quer forma que for estab2leClda, por mutuo aeordo e por eorrespon- dencia entre as duas Administra- C;6es, ficando as despezas, resul- tantes do pagamento, a cargo da Administra~iio devedora. XXV. AsSUNTOS NAO PREVIBTOS NESTA CONVENQAO. 1. Todos os assuntos concer- nentes a permuta e pedidos de devolu~io das encomendas regis- tadas e encomendas com valores declarados, aquisi~iio e distri- buiQio dos seus avisos de re- cePQio e liquida~io dos pedidos de indemniza~ii.o em rela<,;ao e elas, nao prev,istos nesta Conven- ~io, serio regulados pelas dis:po- siQOes da Conven<,;ii.o da Uruio Postal Universal e Regulamentos para a sua execu~io, tanto quanto forem aplkaveis e nio sejam in- compativeis com as 'prescri~oes da presente Convenc;ao, e, nio havendo outro acordo, pelas leis e disposi~oes regulamentares in- ternas dos Estados Unidos da America e Africa Oc.idental Por- t~guesa, conforme 0 paiz envol- vldo. 2. 0 Director Geral dos Cor- reios e TeMgrafos dos Estados Unidos da America e 0 Chefe da Repartic;io dos Correios e TeM- grafos do Ministerio das Col6nias Portuguesas fieam autorizados a acordar, de tempos a tem.p.?s, por correspondencia, nas modlfi~Oes e nas medidas de ordem e detalhe ulteriores, que forem julgadas necessarias, para a bOa execuc;io dos servic;os, considerados nesta ConvenQio, e bem assim nas medidas a estabelecer para a permutac;io de eneomendas sujei- 4. The compilation, transmis- Verification, etc. sion, verification and acceptance of the accounts must be effected as early as possible and the pay- ment resultmg from the balance must be made at the latest before the end of the following quarter. Payment of the balances due on Paymentofbalancas. these accounts between the two Administrations shall be effected by means of drafts on New York or in any other manner which may be agreed upon mutuaHy by correspondence between the two Administration, the expense at- tendant on the payment being at the charge of the indebted Administration. XXV. MATTERS NOT PROVIDEDvirJt~::, not pr()o FOR IN THE CONVENTION. 1. All matters concerning the u!l~~ve;-~vJo:t~~ exchange, and requests for r~ govern. or return of registered and in- sured parcels, the obtaining and disposition of return receipts therefor, and the adjustment of indemnity claixns in connection therewitli, not covered by this Convention shall be governed by the provisions of the Universal Postal Union Convention and the Detailed Regulat.ions for its Exe- .:uticn, in so far as they are ap- plicable and not inconsistent with the provisions of this Con- vention, and then if no other ar- rangement has been made the Internal legl8lation, • ' etc., to govern. mternal legislation,h. regulations, and rulings of the un.ited States of America and Portuguese West Africa, according to the country involved, shall govern. 2. The Postmaster General of m~l:F' co~Po~l the United States of America and er,ce. the Chief of the Postal and Tele- graph Department or the Minis- try for the Portuguese Colonies shall have authority jointly to make from time to time by corre- spondence such changes and mod- ifications and further regulations of order and detail as may be- come necessary to facilitate the operation of the services contem- plated by this Convention as well as to provide arrangements for the exchange of parcels subject