Labelling Scales On Large Burdens Being Transported On Board Ships

Original Language Title: o označování váhy na velkých břemenech dopravovaných na lodích

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194/1934 Coll. and n.


labelling scales on large burdens being transported on board ships

On behalf of the Czechoslovak Republic

the twelfth International Conference of labour

was agreed

This proposal of the Convention:

A draft Convention

labelling scales on large burdens being transported on board ships

The General Conference of the International Labour Organization of the League of Nations,

the Board convened in Geneva the International Labour Office and there is

shromáždivší 30 March 2004. in May 1929, in its twelfth session,

When she decided to schváliti the various proposals relating to the marking of the weight on the

large burdens being transported on board ships, the questions it contained in the first

the point of the daily agenda of the session, and

When she decided to adopt these proposals take the form of a draft International Convention,

Today, a majority of 21. June, one thousand nine hundred and twenty-nine below

the draft Convention, which is to ratify the předložiti members of the international

Organization of work under the provisions of part XIII. Peace Treaty

Versailles and the relevant parts of the other peace treaties:

Article 1

Each item or subject of the gross weight of a thousand kilograms (metric

ton) or more, but resigned to transport on the territory of each Member State,

which ratifies this Convention and intended to transport by sea, or water

on the way inland, before it will be loaded on the ship, must be

provided with an indication of their weight, marked on the outside in a way clear and permanent.

The national law may be permitted an approximate indication of the weight

in exceptional cases, when the obtížno plays, the exact weight is.

The obligation to dohlédati on the conservation of this provision seems only

the Government of the State in which the burden or the subject shall be drawn up, and not the Government

any other State to which the goods on the way to the place of your destination

in progress.

National law leaves to the decision, has an obligation to

indicate the weight of the above mentioned method připadati to the sender or

to someone else.

Article 2

Official ratification of this Convention will be under the conditions prescribed in section

XIII. the peace treaty of Versailles, and in parts of other concurring

peace agreements notified to the Secretary-General of the League of Nations and the

recorded in the register.

Article 3

This Convention will be zavazovati only members of the International Labour Organization,

whose ratification was registered in the Secretariat.

Shall take effect twelve months after the date on which the ratifications of two members of the

The international organization of work will be registered by the Secretary-General of the

the register.

As a result, this Convention will only come into scope for each Member of the twelve

months from the date on which its ratification will be registered in the Secretariat.

Article 4

Once in the Secretariat registered the ratification of two members of the International

Organization of work, it shall notify the Secretary-General of the League of Nations all

the members of the International Organization of work. It is also advise on the registration

ratification, which will later be notified to the other members of the organization.

Article 5

Each Member which has ratified this Convention, it may, after vypověděti

the expiry of the period of ten years from the date of application of this elementary

the Convention, in particular non-addressed to the Secretary-General

The League of Nations and in the register of registered. Denunciation shall take

the effectiveness of only a year after enlisting in the Secretariat.

Each Member which has ratified this Convention and which within one year

After the expiry of the 10-year period referred to in the preceding paragraph,

not apply the law of dismissal provided for in this article, will be bound to

new period of ten years and as a result will be able to vypověděti this

the Convention after the expiration of each period of ten years under the terms of

This article.

Article 6

On the expiry of the period of ten years from the beginning of the effectiveness of this Convention

the Management Board must International Labour Office předložiti General

the Conference report on the implementation of this Convention and decide if it is to be given to the

on the daily agenda of the Conference the question of full or partial revise this

of the Convention.

Article 7

Adopted by the International Labour Conference for a new Convention, amending the completely

or part of this Convention, the ratification of this new amendment to the Convention

one of the Member States to have ipso jure denunciation of the result in the original

the Convention without conditions of time limits apart provisions of the preceding article

5, with the proviso that the new amendment of the Convention came into force.

From the effective date of the new amendment of the Convention this Convention might be

open to ratification by Member States.

This Convention, however, would remain in effect in its form and content for those

Member States which have ratified it, and not a new amendment

the Convention.

Article 8

The French and English texts of this Convention are both original.

Above text is the authentic text of the draft Convention, duly adopted

General conferences of the International Labour Organisation at its twelfth

the meeting, which was held at Geneva and declared closed the day

June 21, 1929.

The conscience connected their signatures on 15 December. August 1929

The President of the Conference:

Dr. Brauns

The Director of the International Labour Office:

Albert Thomas

Prozkoumavše this draft Convention endorsement of it, and we declare that

the Republic of Czechoslovakia to him by this Charter.

The conscience we have signed this sheet and the seal of the Republic

The Czechoslovak přitisknouti dali.

Prague Castle on 26 April. February devítistého thirty-one thousand years

the fourth.

The President of the Republic:

T. g. Masaryk in r.

Minister of Foreign Affairs:

Dr. Edvard Beneš in r.

Is announced, adding that the ratification instrument in the Czech Republic

It was recorded in the register to the Secretariat of the League of Nations on 26 April. March

1934. In accordance with article 3, third paragraph, the Convention will come into scope of the twelve

months from the date on which the ratification was registered at the Secretariat of the company

Nations, i.e.. on 26 April. March 1935.

In the register to the Secretariat of the League of Nations were written following


The Irish Free State (5. VII. 1930), Australia (9. III. 1931-

it applies from 15. X 1931 also on the mandate territory of Nauru), Japan (16.

III. 1931-refers to Korea, Formosa, Karafuto, hired the territory

Kouan.-Toung and mandate Islands in southern Japan Sea), Luxembourg

(1. IV. 1931), China (24. Vi. 1931), India 7. IX. 1931), Estonia (18.

I. 1932), Portugal (1. III. 1932-does not apply to Portuguese

the colony), Sweden (11. IV. 1932), Poland (18. Vi. 1932), Norway (1.

VII. 1932), Finland (8. VIII. 1932-Convention entered in Finland in

the effectiveness of day 1. I. 1933), Spain (29. VIII. 1932), Romania (7. XII.

1932), Venezuela (17. XII. 1932), the Netherlands (4. I. 1933), Denmark (18. (I).

1933-does not apply to Greenland, Denmark for efficiency is dependent on the

ratification by Germany, Belgium, France, Great Britain, Italy and the

The Netherlands), the Union of South Africa (21. II. 1933-efficiency for South Africa

The Union is dependent on ratification by the UK, Germany, France and

Jihoslavie (Italy), 22. IV. 1933), Chile (31. In 1933), Uruguay (6.

Vi. 1933), Germany (5. VII. 1933), Italy (18. VII. 1933), Nicaragua

(12. IV. 1934), Mexico (12. In 1934), Belgium (6. Vi. 1934-not applicable

the Belgian Congo and the Belgian mandate territory).

Dr. Edvard Beneš in r.

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