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M. le colonel Dr Sondermayer,

chef de la division sanitaire au ministère de la guerre.

SIAM

M. le prince Charoon, chargé

d'affaires à Paris, M. Corragioni d'Orelli, conseiller

de légation à Paris.

SUÈDE

M. Sörensen, médecin en chef de

la 2me division de l'armée.

SUISSE

M. Odier, envoyé extraordinaire

et ministre plénipotentiaire en

Russie,
M. le colonel Mürset, médecin en

chef de l'armée fédérale.

URUGUAY

M. Alexandre Herosa, chargé

d'affaires à Paris.

In a series of meetings held from the 11th of June to the 5th of July 1906, the Conference discussed and framed, for the signatures of the Plenipotentiaries, the text of a Convention which will bear the date of July 6, 1906.

In addition, and conformably to Article 16 of the Convention for the peaceful settlement of international disputes, of July 29, 1899, which recognized arbitration as the most effective and at the same time, most equitable means of adjusting differences that have not been resolved through the diplomatic channel, the Conference uttered the following wish:

The Conference expressed the wish that, in order to arrive at as exact as possible an interpretation and application of the Geneva Convention, the Contracting Powers will refer to the Permanent Court at The Hague, if permitted by the cases and circumstances, such differences as may arise among them, in time of peace, concerning the interpretation of the said Convention.

This wish was adopted by the following States:

Germany, Argentine Republic, Austria-Hungary, Belgium, Bulgaria, Chile, China, Congo, Denmark, Spain (ad referendum), United States of America, United States of Brazil, France, Greece, Guatemala, Honduras, Italy, Luxemburg, Montenegro, Nicaragua, Norway, The Netherlands, Peru, Persia, Portugal, Roumania, Řussia, Servia, Siam, Sweden, Switzerland and Uruguay.

The wish was rejected by the following States:
Corea, Great Britain and Japan.

In witness whereof the Delegates have signed the present Protocol.

Done at Geneva, the sixth day of July, one thousand nine hundred and six, in a single copy which shall be deposited in the archives of the Swiss Confederation and certified copies of which shall be delivered to all the Powers represented at the Conference.

Pour l'Allemagne:
v. Bülow.
FRHR. V. MANTEUFFEL
VILLARET.
Zorn.

Pour la République Argentine:
ENRIQUE B. MORENO.
FRANCO. MOLINA SALAS.

Pour l'Autriche-Hongrie:
Baron HEIDLER-EGEREGG, d. pl.
Dr Jos. RITTER V. URIEL, G.

Lieut., délégué adjoint. ARTUR VON MECENSEFFY, Obstlt.,

dél. adj. D: ALFRED SCHÜCKING, O. St. A.,

Garnisonchefarzt von Salz

burg, dél. adj.
Pour la Belgique:
Cte J. DE T'SERCLAES.
Dr A. DELTENRE.

Pour la Bulgarie:
Dr ROUSSEFF.
Capitaine SIRMANOFF.

Pour le Chili: AGUSTIN EDWARDS. CH. ACKERMANN.

Pour la Chine:
LOUTSENGTSIANG.
OU WENTAI.
YOTSAOYEU.

Pour le Congo:
Cte J. DE T’SERCLAES.
Dr A. DELTENRE.

Pour la Corée:
Kato TSUNETADA.
Colonel M. AKASHI,
Prince ITCHIJO.
M. AKIYAMA.

Pour le Danemark:
H. LAUB.

Pour l'Espagne:
Cte DE BAGUÉR.
José JOFRE MONTOJO.
JOAQUIN CORTÉS Y BAYONA.

Pour les États-Unis d'Amérique:
Wm. CARY SANGER.
C. S. SPERRY.
GEO. B. Davis.

(..d refere

endum.)

R. M. O'REILLY.

Pour les États-Unis du Brésil: C. LEMGRUBER-KROPF. Colonel ROBERTO TROMPOWSKI

LEITÃO D'ALMEIDA. Pour les États-Unis Mexicains: JOSÉ M. PÉREZ.

Pour la France:
RÉVOIL.
L. RENAULT.
S. OLIVIER.
E. PAUZAT.
Pour la Grande-Bretagne et

l'Irlande:
JOHN C. ARDAGH.
T. E. HOLLAND.
JOHN FURLEY.
W. G. MACPHERSON.

Pour la Grèce:
MICHEL KEBEDGY.

Pour le Guatemala:
MANUEL ARROYO.
H. WISWALD.

Pour le Honduras:
Oscar HPFL.

Pour l'Italie:
MAURIGI.
G. RANDONE.

Pour le Japon:
KATO TSUNETADA.
Col. M. AKASHI.
Prince ITCHIJO.
M. AKIYAMA.

Pour le Luxembourg:
Cte J. T’SERCLAES.
Dr A. DELTENRE.

Pour le Montenegro:
E. ODIER.
Colonel MÜRSET.

Pour le Nicaragua:
OSCAR HEPFL.

Pour la Norvège: Hans DAAE.

Pour les Pays-Bas: DEN BEER POORTUGAEL. QUANJER.

Pour le Pérou : GUSTAVO DE LA FUENTE.

Pour la Perse:
M. SAMAD KALIN.

Pour le Portugal:
ALBERTO D'OLIVEIRA.
JOSÉ NICOLAU RAPOSO-BOTELHO,

DE

Pour la Roumanie:
Dr SACHE STEPHANESCO.

Pour la Russie:
MARTENS.
YERMOLOFF.
V. DE HUBBENET.
J. OwTCHINNIKOFF.

Pour la Serbie:
MILAN ST. MARKOVITCH.
Dr ROMAN SONDERMAYER.

Pour le Siam:
CHAROON.
CORRAGIONI D'ORELLI.

Pour la Suède:
OLOF SÖRENSEN.

Pour la Suisse:
E. ODIER.
Colonel MÜRSET.

Pour l'Uruguay:
A. HEROSA.

Pour copie, certifiée conforme,
Le Secrétaire de Département
politique fédéral,

GRAFFINA. BERNE, le 22 août 1906.

1906.

INTERNATIONAL-SPIRITUOUS LIQUORS IMPORTED INTO AFRICA.

CONVENTION, REVISING THE DUTIES IMPOSED BY THE BRUSSELS Con

VENTION OF JUNE 8, 1899, ON SPIRITUOUS LIQUORS IMPORTED INTO CERTAIN REGIONS OF AFRICA.

Concluded November 3, 1906; adherence advised by the Senate Feb

ruary 15, 1907; declaration of adherence by the President February 19, 1907; instrument of adherence deposited with the Government of Belgium May 11, 1907; proclaimed December 2, 1907.

ARTICLES.

I. Advancement of duties.
II. Excise duty on distilled beverages.
III. Duration.

IV. Adherence by nonsignatory powers.

V. Ratification,
VI. Effect

[Translation.]

His Majesty the Emperor of Germany, King of Prussia, in the name of the German Empire; His Majesty the King of the Belgians; His Majesty the King of Spain; His Majesty the King-Sovereign of the Independent State of the Congo; The President of the French Republic; His Majesty the King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Emperor of India; His Majesty the King of Italy; Her Majesty the Queen of the Netherlands; His Majesty the King of Portugal and of the Algarves, etc., etc., His Majesty the Emperor of all the Russias, and His Majesty the King of Sweden;

*Adhered to by Austria-Hungary, Denmark, Norway, and Persia,

Wishing to provide for the execution of the clause in Article I of the Convention of June 8, 1889, itself made in execution of Article XCII of the General Act of Brussels, and by virtue of which the import duties on spirits within certain regions of Africa were to be subjected to revision on the basis of results produced by the previous rates;

Have resolved to convene to that effect a Conference at Brussels and have named as their plenipotentiaries, to-wit:

His Majesty the Emperor of Germany, King of Prussia, in the name of the German Empire:

Nicolas, Count of Wallwitz, His Actual Privy Counsellor, His Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary near His Majesty the King of the Belgians, and

Mr. William Göhring, His Actual Privy Counsellor of Legation. His Majesty the King of the Belgians:

Mr. Leon Capelle, His Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary, Director General of Commerce and Consulates at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs; and

Mr. J. Kebers, Director General of Customs and Excise of the Ministry of Finance and Public Works.

Mr. Arturo de Baguer, His Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary near His Majesty the King of the Belgians.

His Majesty the King-Sovereign of the Independent State of the Congo:

Mr. Hubert Droogmans, Secretary General of the Department of Finance of the Independent State of the Congo; and

Mr. A. Mechelynck, Attorney-at-Law near the Court of Appeals of Ghent, Member of the House of Representatives of Belgium ;

The President of the French Republic:

Mr. A. Gérard, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of the French Republic near His Majesty the King of the Belgians;

His Majesty the King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Emperor of India,

Sir Arthur Hardinge, His Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary near His Majesty the King of the Belgians, and

Mr. A. Walrond Clarke, Chief of the Department of Africa in the Foreign Office;

Mr. H. J. Read, Chief of the Department of East Africa in the Colonial Office:

His Majesty the King of Italy,

Lelio, Count Bonin Longare, His Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary near His Majesty the King of the Belgians;

Her Majesty the Queen of the Netherlands,

Jonkheer O. D. van der Staal de Piershil, Her Chamberlain, Her Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary near His Majesty the King of the Belgians;

His Majesty the King of Portugal and of the Algarves,

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