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(c) equipment for taking and dispatching suspected material for examination in a laboratory, if such examination cannot be made on the spot;

(d) facilities, in the case of necessity, for the isolation, transport, and care of the sick, for the isolation of contacts separately from the sick, and for carrying out any other prophylactic measure in suitable premises, either within the aerodrome, or in proximity to it;

(e) apparatus necessary for carrying out disinfection, disinsectization, and deratization, if required, as well as any other measures laid down in the present convention.

The aerodrome shall be provided with a sufficient supply of wholesome drinking water and with a proper and safe system for the disposal of excreta and refuse and for the removal of waste water. The aerodrome shall, as far as possible, be protected from rats.

article 6

Medical officer. The medical officer of the sanitary aerodome shall be an official of or approved by the competent sanitary authority.

article 7

Lists of sanitary aerodromes to be announced. Each High Contracting Party shall communicate, either to the Office International d’Hygiène Publique, or to the International Commission for Air Navigation, which will transmit to each other the information thus received, a list of its sanitary aerodomes in order that it may be brought to the knowledge of the other High Contracting Parties. The communication shall include, in the case of each aerodrome, details as to its situation, its sanitary equipment, and its sanitary staff.

Notice through intermediary.

The notification of the Office International d’Hygiène Publique provided for in the present article,