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UNIVERSAL POSTAL CONVENTION. MARCH 20, 1934. 2857 tistiques dressees une fois tous les trois ans et altemativement pen- dant les quatorze ou vingt-huit premiers iours du mois de mai ou pendant les quatorze ou vingt- huit premiers jours qui suivent Ie 140ctobre. La statistique est dressee pen- dant la deuxieme annee de chaque periode triennale. Les depeches confectionnees a bord des navires sont comprises dans les statistiques lorsqu'elles sontdebarquees pendantlaperiode de statistique. 2.- La statistique d'octobre--- novembre 1933 ainsi que les comptes y relatifs, dresses d'apres les dispositions de la Convention de Londres, s'appliquerontjusqu'a fin 1934. La statistique de mai 1936 s'appliquera aux annees 1935, 1936 et 1937; celle d'octobre- novembre 1939 aux annees 1938, 1939 et 1940. 3. - Les payements annuels des frais de transit aefl'ectuer en raison d'une statistique doivent etre continues, provisoirement,jusqu'a ce que les comptes etablis d'apres la statistique suivante soient ap- prouves on consideres comme admis de plein droit (article 169 ci-aprcs). A ce moment, il est procede a la regularisation des p~y~ments efl'ectues a titre pro- Vlsone. 4.- Lorsqu'il se produit une modifieation importante dans l'acheminement des correspon- dances d'un pays pour un autre et si cette modification afl'erte une periodc ou des periodes s'61e- vant it un total d'au Inoins douze Inois, chaque Administra- tion int~ressee peut demander une revision des comptes de frais de transit.. Dans ce cas, les sommes a payer par les Ad- ministrations expeditrices sont de- terminees d'apres les services in- termediaires reellement employes, Inais les poids totaux qui servent de base aux nouveaux comptes doivent normalement etre les memes que ceux des depeches expediees pendant la periode de statistiquC' mentionnee au § 1. every three years, and alternately during the first fourteen or twellty-eight days of the month of Mayor during the first fourteen or twenty-eight days following the 14th of October. The statistics are taken during the second year of each triennial period. Dispatches made up on board FIlip dispatche, . ships are included in the statistics when they are unloaded during the statistical period. 2. The statistics of October- Prescribed l'erin(l~. November, 1933, as well as the accounts relating thereto made up in accordance with the provi- sions of the Convention of Lon- don, will apply up to the end of 1934. The statistics of May, 1936, will apply to the years 1935, 1936 and 1937; those of October- November, 1939, to the years 1938, 1939 and 1940. 3. The annual payments of A~nual payment_ . 1 bd h contmued etc. transIt c larges to e rna eon t e . basis of a set of statistics shall be continued provisionally, until the accounts made up in accordance with the following statistics are approved or considered as auto- Po...t, l> 2S/l4. matically accepted (Article 169 hereafter). The adjustment of the payments made provisionally is undertaken at that time. 4. When an important modifi- Important trarric cation takes place in the routing ll\otiifimtioliS. of correspondence from one coun- try for another, and if such modi- fication afl'ects a period or peri- ods amounting to a total of at least twelve months, any Ad- ministration concerned may re- q uest a revision of the transit- Ht>\ision of charge account!". charge accounts. In that case, the sums to be paid by the dis- patching Administrations are de- termined in accordance with the intermediate services actually em- ployed, but the total weights whIch serve as the basis for the new accounts shall normally be the same as those of the dispatches sent during the statistical period mentioned in Section 1. · When an agreement as to the manner of