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are accompanied by reservations which have not previously been approved by all the countries participating in the convention.

Signatures. In virtue of which the respective plenipotentiaries have signed the present convention.

Done at The Hague, April 12, 1933, in a single original copy, which shall remain deposited in the archives of the Government of the Netherlands and of which certified true copies shall be sent through diplomatic channels to each of the High Contracting Parties.

For the Union of South Africa:
A. J. Bosman
For Germany:
Julius Graf von Zech-Burkersroda

Reservations by the United States.

For the United States of America:

(1) With reference to Article 61 no amendments to the Convention will be binding on the Government of the United States of America or territory subject to its jurisdiction unless such amendments be accepted by the Government of the United States of America.

(2) The Government of the United States of America reserves the right to decide whether from the standpoint of the measures to be applied a foreign district is to be considered as infected, and to decide what requirements shall be applied under special circumstances to aircraft and personnel arriving at an aerodrome in the United States of America or territory subject to its jurisdiction.

Grenville T. Emmet

Reservations by Australia.

For Australia:

In signing the present Convention in respect of the Commonwealth of Australia I declare that my signature is subject to the following reservation:

“His Majesty’s Government in the Commonwealth of Australia reserve the right to accept only those certificates which are signed