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CONVENTION—VICTORIA. Ocronna 5, Dnonmnmz 9, 1881. 835 relating to an order payable in the United States, the name of the State in which such office is situated. Anzrrcnn 5. No money-order shall be issued unlcs the applicant furnish the name Inns or money and address of the person to whom the amount is to be paid, and his °¤‘d°*» °°¤dm°¤° own name and address; or, the name of the firm, or company who are f°' °h°‘ the remitters or payees, together with the addresses of each. The money-orders, issued iif either country, shall be forwarded by the remitters to the payees, at their own expense. Anucm 6. The advices of all money-orders issued upon Victoria by the post Advices, (Form ofllces in the United States shall be sent to the Office of Exchange at “A-") San Francisco, where they shall be impressed with a dated stamp (Form “A") showing the amount to be paid in Sterling money, and transmitted, by the next direct mail, to the Exchange Office at Mel- _ _ llgaurxlgcz geconnpanicd by a List, m duplicate, drawn upon the model of “It;·i,_;;*m•{}¤1£}¤· The advices, on their arrival in Melbourne, shall be compared with the entries in the List, and, afterwards dispatched to the paying offices. lu like manner the advices of money-orders, drawn on the United Advioee. States by postnmsters in Victoria, shall be sent to the Exchange Office at Melbourne, shall there be impressed with a dated stamp (Form "A”) I"°¤¤ “$·” showing the amount to be paid in United States money, and be dis~ patched accompanied by a List, in duplicate (Form “O”) to the Office Form "C.” of Exchange at Sun Francisco by the next direct mail. The advices. on their receipt at San Francisco, shall be compared with the entries in the List, and afterwards dispatched to the paying onices. The advices of orders issued in the United States in the month of June, which may arrive at the Office of Exchange at San Francisco in the earlier days of the following month, shall be entered on Lists sup~ plementary to that of the last day of the month of June, and in like manner, the advices of orders issued in Victoria in the month of June, which may arrive at the Exchange Office at Melbourne in the earlier days of the following month, shall be entered on Lists supplementary to that of the last day of the month of June. ' Ea? Exchange Onice shall certify its orders to the other in amounts cen-tinootica ol desig ated in the denominations of the money both of the dispatching •>¤l¤¤'¤· and receiving country, at the rate of conversion established by Article I3 of this Convention. The amounts, so converted, shall be checked at the receiving Omoo of Exchange. - Each Administration hereby undertakes and agrees to suspend the Suspvqsion ¤(i¤- issue of money·orders a sufficient length of time before the sailing of °“°· ° °"“'¤ "““l°· each steamer which carries the Exchange Lists and advices, at those post offices in its own territory where such suspension may be necessary, in order to prevent the issue of orders which could be dispatched by the outgoing mail while the corresponding advices could not be certified by _ the Exchange Office in time to be conveyed by that mail. _ The Exchange Lists and the accompanying advices shall invariably be t 1-;)*:* *2 **:}**3*: sent by such steamers as carry the mails directly from San Francisco ,1;,, ,.,,:°,,,_ y to Sydney, or from Sydney to San Francisco, as the case may be, and not via london in any event. Anrxcm 7. The Lists, dispatched from each Olllce of Exchange, shall benumbctcd Um *° b° ”!'¥”‘ consecutively, commencing with No. 1 at the beginning of the month of };“;d,°_°°"“"t"° July in each year; and the entries in these Lists shall also have consccu- ’ tive numbers.