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2756 UNIVERSAL POSTAL CONVENTION. MARCH 20, 1934. ARTICLE 25 International Bu- Depenses du Bureau international. reau expenses. Maximum. fixed by 1. -Chaque Congres arr~te Ie each Congress. chiffre maximum que peuvent atteindre annuellement les de- penses ordinaires du Bureau in- ternational. . Ces depenses, ainsi que les frais extraordinaires auxquels donne lieu la reunion d'un Con- gres, d'une Conference ou d'une Commission, et les frais que pourraicnt entratner des travaux speciaux confies a ce Bureau sont supportes en commun par tous les Pays de l'Union. Proportionate share 2.-Ceux-ci sont divises, a. cet of expenses. I d h Newadbeslons. crret, en 7 c asses ont c acune contribue au payement des de- penses dans la proportion Ct- apres: Ire dasse, 25 unites 2e " 20" 3e " 15" 4e " 10" 5° " 5" 6e " 3" 7° " 1 unite. 3.- En cas d'adhesion nouvelle, Ie Gouvernement de la Confedera- tion Suisse determine, d'un com- mun accord avec Ie Gouverne- ment du Pays interesse, la classe dans laquelle celui-ci doit ~tre range au point de vue de la re- partition des frais du Bureau in- ternational. TITRE II General regulations. REGLES D'ORDRE GENERAL Liberty of transit. Limitations. CHAPITRE UNIQUE ARTICLE 26 LibertI, de transit. 1.- La liberte de transit est garantie dans Ie territoire entier de l'Union. 2. - La liberte du transit des colis postaux est limitee au terri- toire des Pays participant a ce sel'Vlce. ARTICLE 25 Expenses of the International Bureau 1. Each Congress fixes the maximum figure for the ordinary annual expenses of the Interna- tional Bureau. Those expenses, as well as the extraordinary expenses arising from the meeting of a Congress, a Conference or a Committee, and the expenses incurred in connec- tion with special work entrusted to that Bureau, are shared by all the countries of the Union. 2. Tho latter are divided, for that purpose, into 7 classes, each of which contributes to the pay- ment of the expenses in the fol- lowing proportion: 1st class, 25 units 2d"20" 3d"15" 4th"10" 5th"5 " 6th"3 " 7th" I unit 3. In case of a new adhesion, the Government of the Swiss Confederation determines, by mutual agreement with the Government of the country con- cerned, the class in which the latter is to be placed for the apportionment of the expenses of the Internationnl Bureau. TITLE II GENERAL REGULATIONS SOLE CHAPTER ARTICLE 26 Liberty oj transit 1. Liberty of transit is guar- anteed thruout the entire terri- tory of the Union. 2. Liberty of transit for parcel post is limited to the territory of countries participating in that servICe.