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TELECOMMUNICATION CONVENTION. DECEMBER 9, 1932. 2617 APPENDIX 8 Documents with which Mobile Stations Must be Provided (See articles 3, 10, 12, 15, and appendix 6) A. "Ship 8tations" on board 8hips compulsorily equipped with a radio- telegraph installation: 1. The radio license. 2. The operator(s)' certificate. 3. Register (radio service log) in which shall be mentioned, at the time when they occur, service incidents of all kinds, as well as the communications exchanged with land stations or mobile stations and relating to reports of disaster. If the regulations on board permit, the position of the vehicle shall be indicated once a day in the said register. 4. Alphabetical list of the call signals. 5. The nomenclature of coast and ship stations. 6. Nomenclature of stations carrying on special services. 7. The Convention and Regulations annexed thereto. 8. The telegraph rates of the countries for which the station most frequently accepts radiotelegrams. B. Other" 8hip 8tations": The documents included under items 1 to 5 of part A. C. "Aircraft 8tations": 1. The documents shown under items 1,2, and 3 of part A. 2. The nomenclature of aeronautical and aircraft stations. 3. Such documents as the competent aeronautical organizations of the country concerned may deem necessary to the station for the carrying on of its service. AppendlxR. Documents required. Ante, pp. 2449, 2481, 2489, 249i, 25911.