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TELECOMMU~lCATIOX CONVENTION. DECEMBEH H, 1932. 2491 responsible for the station must submit to this verification. The license must be kept in such a way that it may be furnished with- out delay. However, the production of the license may be replaced by a permanent posting in the station, of a copy of the license certified by the authority which has granted it. [1118] (2) 'Vhen the license cannot be produced or when manifest irregularities are detected, the governments or administrations may proceed to the inspection of radio installations in order to be assured that they satisfy the requirements of the present Regulations. (194J (3) Moreover, the inspectors shall have the right to de- mand the production of the operators' certificates although no proof of professional qualifications may be demanded. (lIlSJ § 2. (1) When a government or an administration has found it necessary to resort to the measures provided for in § 1 above, or when it has not been possihle to produce the operators' certificates, it shall be necessary immediately to inform thereof the government or the administration to which the mobile station in question is subject. In addition, the procedure spe('ified in article 13 shall be followed should necessity arise. (lOOJ (2) The offidal of the government or of the administra- tion which has inspeeted the station must, before leaving the latter, communicate his findings to the commander or to the responsible person (art. 11) or to their substitute. (197) § 3. As regards the technical and operating conditions which mobile stations holding a license must satisfy in the international radio-communieation service, the contracting governments shall bind themselves not to impose upon foreign stations which aro temporarily located in their territorial waters, or which may stop temporarily in their territory, conditions more stringent than those which are pro- vided for in the present Regulations. These provisions shall in no way affect the provisions which, coming within the scope of inter- national agreements relative to maritime or air navigation, arc not determined in the present Regulations. AUTICLE 13 Reporting oj Fiolation.'l (198] § 1. Violations of the Convention or tho Radio Regulations ti;~~portiDg of shall be reported by the stations detecting them to their administra- tion by means of statements conforming to the model shown in ap- pendix 3. P99] § 2. In case of serious violations committed by a station, representations must be made to the administration of the country to which this station is subject. [200] § 3. If an administration has knowledge of a violation of the Convention or of the Regulations, by a station which it has author- ized, it shall flscertain the facts, determine the responsibility, and take the necessary action. vjuL,·