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UNIVERSAL POSTAL CONVENTION. MARCH 20, 1934. 2783 2. - Les frais de transit pour Ie transport maritime sur un trajet n'exc6dant pas 300 milles manns sont fixes au tiers des sommes prevues au § 1, si l'Administra- tion interessee rec;oit deja, du chef des depeches transportees, Ia remuneratIOn afferente au tran- sit territorial. 3. - En cas de transport mari- time effectue par deux ou plusieurs Administrations, Jes frais du par- cours maritime total ne peuvent pas depasser 4 francs 80 par kilo- gramme de lettres et de cartes postales et 60 centimes par kiIo- gramme d'autres objets. Le cas echeant, ces montants maxima sont repartis entre les Adminis- trations participant au transport, au prorata des distances par- courues. 4.- Sont consideres comme ser- vices tiers a moins d'arrangement contraire, ies transports maritimes effectues direetement entre deux pays au moyen de navires de l'un d'eux ainsi que les transports effeetues entre deux bureaux d'un meme pays par l'intermediaire de services d'un autre pays. 5. -Sont eonsideres comme autres objets, en ce qui concerne Ie transit, les petits paquets, les journaux ou paquets de lournaux et ccrits periodiques expcdies en vertu de l'Arrangement concer- nantlesabonnementsauxjournaux et cerits periodiques ainsi que les boites avec valeur declaree ex- pediees en vertu de l'Arrangement concernant les lettres et les boltes avec valeur declaree. 6. - Les depeches mal dirigees sont considerees, en ce qui con- cerne Ie payemen t des frais de transit, comme si elles avaicnt suivi leur voie normale. ARTICLE 76 Exemption de frais de transit. Sont exempts de tous frais de transit territorial ou maritime, les correspondanees en franchise postale mentionnees al'article 49, les cartes postales-reponse ren- voyees au pays d'origine, Ies envois reexpedies, les rebuts, les 2. The transit charges for mari- Maritime service. time conveyance on a route not exceeding 300 nautical miles are fixed at one-third the amounts set forth in Section 1, if the Ad- ministration concerned already receives, on account of the mails transported, compensation for territorial transit. 3 In the case of maritime ~:r tw~ or more Ad· •• mlUlStratlons. tranSIt effected by two or more Administrations, the total mari- time transit charges may not ex- ceed 4 francs 80 centimes per kilo- gram of letters and post cards or 60 centimes per kilogram of other articles. When occasion arises, those maximum amounts are di- vided between the Administra- tions taking part in the transpor- tation in proportion to the dis- tances traversed. 4. Barring contrary agreement, Third service. maritime transportation effected directly between two countries by means of ships of one of them, as well as conveyance effected between two offices of one and the same country thru the intermedi- ary of services of another country, is considered as a third service. 5. Small packets, newspapers Newspapers, etc. or ;packages of newspapers and penodicals sent by VIrtue of the Agreement concerning subscrip- tions to newspapers and periodi- cals, as well as insured boxes sent by virtue of the Agreement con- cerning insured letters and boxes, are considered as other articles in regard to transit. 6. Missent dispatches are con- sidered, in regard to the payment of transit charges, as if they had followed their normal route. ARTICLE 76 Freedom from transit charges The following are exempt from all territorial or maritime transit charges: The correspondence sent free of postage mentioned in Article 49; reply post cards re- turned to the country of origin; redirected articles; returned un- M iSSCD t dispatches. Transit charges. Matwr exempt. . 1 nit, p. 2768.