Sept. 6, 1944 PALESTINE-PARCEL POST--MSep- 6194 ARTICLE IV. Territorial and maritime credits. 1. The territorial credit due to Palestine for parcels addressed for delivery in the service of its territory shall be 0.75 franc for each parcel up to 1 kilogram in weight, 1.10 franc for each parcel over 1 up to 3 kilograms in weight, 1.50 franc for each parcel over 3 up to 5 kilograms in weight, and 3.00 francs for each parcel over 5 up to 10 kilograms in weight. 2. The territorial credit due to the United States of America for par- cels addressed for delivery in the service of its territory shall be as follows, computed on the bulk net weight of each dispatch: For parcels addressed to the United States of America (continent) 0.70 franc per kilogram. The combined territorial and maritime credits due to the United States of America for parcels addressed for delivery in the service of its possessions are as follows: For parcels addressed to Alaska, 2.20 francs per kilogram. For parcels addressed to Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, 1.05 franc per kilogram. For parcels addressed to Samoa, Guam, and Hawaii, 1.85 franc per kilogram. 3. Each Administration reserves the right to vary its territorial rates in accordance with any alterations of these charges which may be decided upon in connection with its parcel-post relations with other countries generally. 4. Three months' advance notice must be given of any increase or reduction of the rates mentioned in Sections 1 and 2 of this article. Such reduction or increase shall be effective for a period of not less than one year. ARTICLE V. Sea rate. Each of the two Administrations shall be entitled to fix the rate for any sea service which it provides. ARTICLE VI. Fee for clearance through the Customs. Each of the two Administrations may collect, in respect of delivery to the Customs and clearance through the Customs, or in respect of delivery to the Customs only, a fee not exceeding 50 centimes per parcel or such other fee as it may from time to time fix for similar services in its parcel-post relations with other countries generally. ABTCLE VIL Delivery to the addressee. Fee for delivery at the place of address. Parcels are delivered to the addressees as quickly as possible in accordance with the conditions in force in the country of destination. 58 STAT.] 1523 Right to vary terri- torial rates. Notice of change in rates.