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2716 INTERNATIONAL LABOR ORGANIZATION. JUNE 28,1919. Voting. Place of meetings. Les pouvoirs des deIegues et de leurs conseillers techniques seront soumis a la verification de la Conference, laquelle pourra, par une majorite des deux-tiers des suffrages exprimes par les dele- gues presents, refuser d'admettre tout delegue on tout conseiller technique qu'elle ne jngera pas avoir ete designe conformement. aux tenlles du present article. ARTICLE 390. Chaque delegue aura Ie droit de voter indivuellement sur toutes les questions soumises aux deliberations de la Conference. Dans Ie cas OU Pun des 1vlem- bres n'aurait pas designe l'un des del6gues non gouvernemcntaux auquel il a droit, l'autre delegue non gouvernemental aura Ie droit de prendre part aux discussions de la Conference, mais n'aura pas Ie droit de voter. Au cas OU la Conference, en vertu des pouvoirs que lui confere l'article 389, refuserait d'admettre l'un des delegues d'un des Mem- bres, les stipulations du present article seront appliquees comme si ledit delegu6 n'avait pas ete designe. ARTICLE 391. Les sessions de la Conference se tiendront au siege de la Societe des Nations ou en tout autre lieu qui aura pu etre fixe par la Con- ference, dans une session ante- rieure, a la majorite des deux- tiers des suffrages exprimes par les delegues presents. ARTICLE 392. International Labor Le Bureau international du Office. Establishment. at Travail sera etabli au si~ge de 10. sea. of League. t: Societe des Nations et fera partie de l'ensemble des institutions de 10. Socit~te. The credentials of Delegates and their advisers shall be sub- ject to scrutiny by the Conference, which may, by two-thirds of the votes cast by the Delegates pres- ent, refuse to admit any Dele- gate or adviser whom it deems not to have been nominated in accord- ance with this Article. ARTICLE 390. Every Delegate shall be entitled to vote individually on all matters which are ta.ken into considera- tion by the Conference. If one of the Members fails to nominate one of the non-Govern- ment Delegates whom it is en- titled to nominate, the other non- Government Delegate shall be allowed to sit and speak at the Conference, but not to vote. If in accordance with Article 389 the Conference refuses admis- sion to a Delegate of one of the Members, the provisions of the present Article shall apply as if that Delegate had not been nomi- nated. ARTICLE 391. The meetings of +,he Conference shall be held at the seat of the League of Nations, or at such other place as may be decided by the Conference at a previous meeting by two-thirds of th6 votes cast by the Delegates present. ARTICLE 392. The International Labour Of- fice shall be established at the seat of the League of Nations as part of the organisation of the League.