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UNIVERSAL POSTAL CONVENTION. MARCH 20, 1934. 2769 raient etablis eventuellement pour ces personnes dans des pays belligerants ou dans les pays neutres ayant recueilli des belli- gerants sur leur territoire. Les belligerants recueillis et internes dans un pays neutre sont as similes aux prisonniers de guerre proprement dits en ce qui con- cerne l'application des disposi- tions ci-dessus. ARTICLE 50 Co upons-reponse. Des coupons-reponse sont mis en vente dans les pays de l'Union. Le prix de vente en est deter- mine par les Administrations inte- ressees, mais ne peut etre inferieur a 35 centimes ou a l'equivalent dans la monnaie du pays de debit. Chaque coupon est echangeable dans tout pays contre un timbre ou des timbres representant l'af- franchl.ssement d'une lettre ordi- naire de port simple originaire de ce pays a destination de 1'6tran- ger. Est, en outre, reservee a chaque pays la faculte d'exiger Ie depot simultane des coupons-reponse et des envois de correspondance a affranchir en echange de ces coupons. ARTICLE 51 Retrait. Modification d'adresse. l.- L'expediteur d'un objet de correspondance peut Ie faire retirer du service ou en fRire modifier l'adresse tant que cet objet n'a pas ete livre au desti- nataire. 2.- La demande a formuler a cet effet est transmise, par voie postale ou par yoie telcgraphique, aux frais de l'expediteur qui doit payer, pour toute demande par VOle postale, la taxe applicable a une lettre recommandee de port simple et, pour toute demande par voie telegraphique, la taxe du telegramme. belligerent countries or in neutral countries which have received bel- ligerents on their territory. Belligerents received and l'n Belligerents interned - in neutral country. terned in a neutral country are assimilated to prisoners of war properly so called, insofar as the application of the above provi- sions is concerned. ARTICLE 50 Reply coupons Reply coupons are placed on sale in the countries of the Union. Their selling-price is determined by the interested Administrations, but may not be less than 35 cen- times or the equivalent in money of the country selling them. Each coupon is exchangeable in any country for a stamp or stamps representing the postage on a sin- ~le-rate ordinary letter originat- mg in that country and addressed to a foreign country. Moreover, the right is reserved for any country to require that the reply coupons and the articles of correspondence for the prepay- ment of which they are to be exchanged be presented at the same time. ARTICLE 51 Reply coupons. Sale authorized. Exchangeability. l·~ of, reserved. TVithdrawal. Change oj address Withdrawal, ( 'te. 1. The sender of an article of High~ of ~n(ler, he- d . (,re dt'hvery. correspon ence may cause It to be withdrawn from the mails or have its address changed, pro- vided that such article has not been delivered to the addressee. 2. The request to be made to Char{!e for request, that effect is sent by mail or by etc. telegraph at the expense of the sender, who shall pay, for every request by mail, the charge apph- cable to a single-rate registered letter; and, for every request by telegraph, the charge for the telegram.