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CONVENTION



ABOUT INTERNATIONAL AUXILIARY UNION.



ON BEHALF OF THE CZECHOSLOVAK REPUBLIC.



On behalf of the Czechoslovak Republic,

Albanie, Germany, Belgium, Brazil, Great Britain, Ireland and the UK

the overseas territories, India, Bulgaria, Colombia, Cuba, city

Gdanska, Egypt, Equadoru, Spain, Finland, France, Greece,

Quatemaly, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Monaco, Nicaragua, Peru, Poland,

Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Turkey, Uruguay, and Venezuela was

negotiated this Convention with the statutes and the final act:



(Translation.)



The CONVENTION.



President of the Republic of Albania; President of the German Empire; His Majesty

the King of Aquitania. the President of the United States of Brazil; His Majesty the King

Great Britain, Ireland and the British overseas territories, Emperor of India; His

Majesty the King of the Bulgarians; President of the Republic of Colombia; the President of the

the Republic of Cuba; President of the Republic of Poland, on behalf of the free city

Gdanska; His Majesty the King of Egypt; President of the Republic of Equador;

His Majesty the King of Spain; President of the Republic of Finland; the President of the

the French Republic; the Greek President of the Republic; President of the Republic

Guatemala; His Brightest Highness the Governor of Hungary; His Majesty

the King of Italian; President of the Republic of Latvia; His Brightest Highness

the Prince of Monaco; President of the Republic of Nicaragua; President of the Republic of Peru;

President of the Republic of Poland; the Portuguese President of the Republic; His

Majesty King of Romania; Captains-regenti Republic of San Marino;

the President of the Czechoslovak Republic; President of the Republic of Turkey;

President of the Republic of Uruguay and president of the United States of Venezuela:



Due to the introduction of the League of Nations Pact, according to which ' the development

the synergy between the peoples ... ... ... is the integration of ... ... ... ... udržovati

international relations, based on fairness............. ";



having regard to article 23 (f) of the Covenant, according to which the members of the League of Nations

"to make the international measures to ensure that diseases have

are prevented and bojováno against them ";



having regard to article 25. The Pact, which States that "the members of the company

undertake to povzbuzovati and podporovati establishment and synergies

national voluntary Red Cross organisací, duly authorised,

whose task it is, zlepšovati of health, illness and předcházeti

mírniti suffering in the world ";



in view of the fact that these policies are, moreover, with the agreement of

of all the States;



determined to rozvinouti mutual assistance, povzbuditi international auxiliary

systematic action by benefiting from the sources that are at hand, and deprive

the progress of international law in this field,



specified for your plnomocníky:



President of the Republic of Albania:



M. Libohovu,



Chargé d ' affaires in Paris;



President of the German Empire:



p. retired Lieutenant Colonel p. Draudt, Vice-Chairman of the German

The Red Cross,



PI. J. Dünner-memory,



the Council in the Ministry of labour,



DRA f. Ruppert-a,



the Council in the Ministry of the Interior,



DRA g. Schellert-and,



legačního Council in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs;



His Majesty the King of Aquitania:



p. a. Francois, Senator



General economic administrator of the Belgian Red Cross;



The President Of The United States Of Brazil:



p. Raoul de Rio Branco,



Special. Envoy and Plenipotentiary Minister at the Federal Council of the Swiss;



His Majesty the King of Great Britain, Ireland and the British Overseas

Territory, Emperor of India:



For India:



Sir Atul Chandra Chatterjee,



the Indian High Commissioner in London;



His Majesty the King of the Bulgarians:



p. Stephen Laftchieffa,



Member of the Committee of the Bulgarian Red Cross;



President of the Republic of Colombia:



p. Dra Antonio José Restrepo,



the authorized Minister, permanent delegate at the League of Nations;



President of the Republic of Cuba:



M. g. de Blanck-and,



Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary, permanent delegate for the

The League Of Nations;



President of the Republic of Poland:



For the free city of Gdansk:



Dra W. Chodžko,



FYRO. the Minister, the Director of the State school for hygiene in Warsaw,



DRA Ferber-and,



Gen. Secretary of the Red Cross in Be;



His Majesty the King of Egypt:



Mr. Ahmed El Kadry,



Consulate in Geneva;



President of the Republic of Equador:



p. f. Guarderas-and,



charge d'affaires in Rome;



His Majesty the King of Spain:



p. l. Quer bulge



Chargé d'affaires in Berne;



President of the Republic of Finland:



p. Rudolf Holsti,



the Permanent delegate at the League of Nations;



President of the French Republic:



Earl Bertrand Clauzel-and,



authorised the Minister, the Chief of the French services for the League of Nations

in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs;



President of the Hellenic Republic:



p. v. Dendramis-e,



the extraordinary Envoy and Plenipotentiary Minister at the Federal Council

The Swiss;



President of the Republic Quatemala:



p. j. Castaneda;



His Brightest Highness the Governor of Hungary:



p. de Hevesy de Heves,



the Minister for permanent delegate of Hungary residenta, at the League of Nations;



His Majesty the King of Italian:



Venerable Giovanni Ciraolo,



Senator of the Kingdom;



the venerable Štefano Cavazzoni,



Deputies in Parliament;



President of the Republic of Latvia:



p. ch. Duzmans-e,



the Permanent delegate at the League of Nations;



His Highness the Prince of Monaco: the brightest



p. Rudolf Elles,



vicekonsula in Geneva;



President of the Republic of Nicaragua:



p. f. Medina,



the extraordinary Envoy and Plenipotentiary Minister at the President of the Republic

The French;



President of the Republic of Peru:



p. Victor Gonzales, Olaechea



charge d'affaires in Rome;



President of the Republic of Poland:



p. Chodžko, Dra W.



FYRO. the Minister, the Director of the State school for hygiene in Warsaw;



President of the Portuguese Republic:



p. a. m. Ferreira, Bartholomeu



the extraordinary Envoy and Plenipotentiary Minister at the Federal Council

The Swiss;



His Majesty the King of Romania:



p. n. p. Comnene,



the extraordinary Envoy and Plenipotentiary Minister at the Federal Council

The Swiss, a delegate at the League of Nations Standing;



Captains-regenti Republic of San Marino:



p. fr. Paolo Vanni Archirafi,



the Italian the Vice-Council of Geneva;



The President of the Republic:



p. Ferdinand squirrel,



the extraordinary Envoy and Plenipotentiary Minister at the Federal Council

The Swiss, a delegate at the League of Nations Standing;



President of the Republic of Turkey:



Muhammad Munir Bey,



the extraordinary Envoy and Plenipotentiary Minister at the Federal Council

The Swiss;



President of the Republic of Uruguay:



p. e. Buero,



the extraordinary Envoy and Plenipotentiary Minister at the Federal Council

The Swiss; and



President Of The United States Of Venezuela:



p. o. Baptiste,



Chargé d'affaires in Berne;



p. Francisco j. Duarte,



Consulate in Geneva;



who, vyměnivše their full powers, found in good and

due form, have agreed on what follows:



Article 1



The High Contracting Parties hereby establish the international cable Union, which will be

říditi by this Convention, and merged the articles.



International auxiliary members are those members of the Union of Nations and those

States-non-members of the League of Nations, which are Contracting Parties to this

of the Convention.



Article 2



International auxiliary of the Union is intended to:



1. When the disasters caused by force majeure, the extraordinary size of the

exceeds the funds and financial resources of the affected nation to offer

affected population first aid and to this end, circumstances, gifts,

sources and contributions of all kinds.



2. when all public disasters, as necessary, the efforts of the koordinovati

auxiliary organisací and General povzbuzovati to preventive measures

against disasters and their study and have all the Nations to you

provide mutual international assistance.



Article 3



International auxiliary Union vyvinuje its activities for the benefit of all

affected obyvatelstev, whether they are of any nationality or breed,

without was the difference with social, political or

the religious.



However, the Union is working International auxiliary limited to disasters that

they occur on the territory of the High Contracting Parties, which can use the

the present Convention, and the disasters that happen in other countries, but

that after the opinion of the Executive Committee, mentioned in article 5(3). 6. could

postihnouti said the territory of the High Contracting Parties.



Article 4



The activities of the Union is the international subsidiary in each country depends on the approval of the

the Government.



Article 5



The establishment and work of the Union acknowledges the free cooperation;



1. the national societies of the Red Cross pursuant to article 25. About Pact

The League of Nations, and institutions or bodies which form or would

formed between these legal or actual bond;



2. all other public or private organisací, which are

This vykonávati for the benefit of the affected population of the same activity,

If possible, in cooperation with the Red Cross and from the top

those institutions.



Article 6



International auxiliary Union activity through the General

the Council, which shall be appointed by the Executive Committee, under the conditions envisaged by the

the Convention and the attached articles of Association.



The General Council of the International Union of the auxiliary consists of representatives of all

the members of the International Union and helper is one representative for each

Member.



Each Member of the International Union of credit helper may zastupovati your

the national societies of the Red Cross or one of the national organisací,

referred to in article 5.



Article 7




International auxiliary of the Union has its head office in the city, which is located

The League Of Nations.



You may have all of their administrative services or their part in any

place designated by the Executive Committee.



Article 8



Within the limits of their task and in accordance with different national legislation has

International auxiliary Union law either directly or through each

a person acting on the notch, acting before the Court, the nabývati Fortune

free of charge or for valuable consideration and support is with reservations předvídanými in article 12.



Article 9



Each Member of the League of Nations and a non-Member State that is a Contracting Party to

This Convention undertakes that it will participate in the establishment of the Fund generates

International auxiliary Union. This Fund is divided on the amount after 700

Swiss francs. Each Member of the League of Nations shall subscribe the same number of

amounts as is the number of units of its contribution to the expenses of the company

Nations. The contribution of the States-Nations outsiders will be determined by the Executive

the Committee according to the principles applicable to determine the contributions of the members of the company

Nations.



Article 10



Each of the High Contracting Parties will, to the extent that its

legislation in those of its territories to which this Convention applies,

have been awarded International auxiliary Union and organisacím acting on its

scores according to the provisions of article. 5. this Convention and annexed statutes of what

the most extensive privileges and exemptions for their accessibility device, path

their staff and circulation of their material and for their relief operations,

and also for the publication of their appeal.



Article 11



Outside of the initial Fund, predicted in the article 9, they consist of financial

Source International subsidiary of the Union:



1. voluntary subsidy, which can offer the Government;



2. from the funds collected public collections;



3. donations envisaged in article 12.



Article 12



International auxiliary Union can into the gifts of all kinds. Gifts can

be either without weights and výminek, or through the will of the Special loads

výminek and links can be donors intended for a specific country, for a particular

the kind of disaster or for a single disaster.



Donations will only be ye, if odpovídati the purpose of the

International auxiliary Union, specified in the article. 2. and 3. This Convention, as well as

own legislation of the respective States.



Article 13



No provision of this Convention may not be interpreted as any

restriction of freedom of companies, institutions or authorities referred to in article

5. when acting on its own.



Article 14



The High Contracting Parties agree that all disputes, which would

may vzniknouti between them concerning the interpretation or application of this Convention shall, as

If you can not vyříditi is a direct negotiation or in any other way

friendly management, submitted for decision to the International Court of Justice to the Standing

Justice. In this case, each party may předložiti case the Court of Justice

Sue. If the States, among whom there is a dispute, or one of them,

is not a party to the Protocol of 16 October. December 1920 of a Standing Court

International Justice, the dispute shall be presented according to their agreement, and

in accordance with the constitutional principles of each of them, either to the standing International Court of Justice

of Justice or arbitration tribunal, established under the Convention of

October 18, 1907 on conciliatory dealing with international disputes, or some

another arbitration tribunal.



Article 15



This Convention, of which the French and English texts are equally authentic,

shall bear the date of today and be able to be signed up to 30. April

1930 on behalf of each Member of the League of Nations and each Member State,

that was represented at the Conference in Geneva, or which the Council

The League of Nations sent a copy to the objectives of the Convention.



Article 16



This Convention shall be ratified. The instruments of ratification shall be surrendered

the Secretary-General of the League of Nations, who will notify the their store

any State which has signed the Convention or that approached.



Article 17



From the 1. in May 1928, beginning with each Member of the League of Nations and each State

referred to in article 15. will be able to přistoupiti to this Convention. Access is

place notification thus made by the Secretary-General of the League of Nations,

to be deposited in the archives of the Secretariat. The Secretary-General shall notify

Save as soon as any State which has signed the Convention, or that it

He went up.



Article 18



This Convention shall enter into force until ratification or will be stored

approaches at least 12 members of the League of Nations or States-non-members

the notes would have achieved together six set amounts. The 90th day

then, when the Secretary-General of the League of Nations will receive the last of the

these ratifications or approaches, the date becomes effective.

Later, the Convention will become effective with regard to each of the parties,

on the ninetieth day after the receipt of the instrument of ratification, or after notification

access.



For the application of this article the Secretary General of the League of Nations

provisorní estimation of the contributions of the States parties which are not members of the

The League Of Nations.



Under the provisions of article 18. The League of Nations Pact registers

the Secretary-General of the League of Nations on the day of the Convention, when it becomes

effective.



Article 19



Each Member of the International Union may hath auxiliary Union preliminary

the announcement, made by the Secretary-General of the first year of the company

Nations.



A year later, the Secretary General received the notification, cease to be

the provisions of this Convention the territory of a member vztahovati, who ascended

from the Union.



The Secretary-General shall notify the members of the League of Nations Union reception

pre-export notification output.



Article 20



The High Contracting Parties may make a Mormon out when signing, ratifying or

access, that the adoption of this Convention do not intend to take on any commitment,

as regards some or all of their colonies, protectorates, or

the territory built under their suzerenitu, or mandate; in this case,

the Convention will not be vztahovati on the territory, which are listed in this

statement.



The High Contracting Parties will be able to later oznámiti to the

the Secretary-General of the League of Nations, that they intend to by this Convention to

all or certain parts of their territories, which are set out in

the Declaration referred to in the preceding paragraph. In this case, the Convention

the vztahovati territories referred to in the notice on the ninetieth day after the date of

the Secretary-General of the League of Nations the notification of denunciation.



The High Contracting Parties may also at any time that they wish to make a Mormon out,

to this Convention ceased to pay through the nose for all or only some part

their colonies, protectorates or territories built under their

suzerenitu or mandate; in this case, the Convention will stop vztahovati

in the territory, which are the subject of such a declaration, one year after the

the Secretary-General of the League of Nations Declaration has received.



Article 21



Revise this Convention may be required at any time, a third of the members of the

International auxiliary Union.



The statutes annexed to this Convention may be amended by the General Council. In

this case must be present in the meeting of the General Council of the three quarters

its members, and the change must be approved by two-thirds of the members present

members.



So the top-placing plnomocníci conscience have signed this Convention.



Done at Geneva, the twelfth of July, one thousand nine hundred twenty-seven, in the

a single copy which shall be deposited in the archives of the Secretariat

The League Of Nations; its certified copy will be returned to all members

The League of Nations and States-non-Member States represented at the Conference.



ALBANIE



M. LIBOHOVA



Germany



DRAUDT



RUPPERT



Dr. DÜNNER



Dr. SCHELLERT



Belgium



A. FRANCOIS



BRAZIL ^ 1)



RAOUL DE RIO BRANCO



India



ATUL C. CHATTERJEE



Bulgaria



S. N. LAFTCHIEFF.



Colombia



A. J. RESTREPO



CUBA



G. DE BLANCK



FREE CITY OF GDANSK



CHODŽKO



Dr. FERBER



Egypt



With the proviso that the Egyptian Government subsequently approved the decision of the Executive

Committee on their contribution.



AHMED EL KADRY



EQUADOR



F. GUAERDERAS



Spain



subject to ratification



LUIS QUER BULGE



Finland



RUDOLF HOLSTI



France



CLAUZEL



Greece



V. DENDRAMIS



Guatemala



JOSÉ CASTANEDA M.



Hungary



Signed this Convention, signed by the representative of Hungary declares on behalf of the

My Government, that the "broadest possible privileges, accessibility, and Liberation" according to art.

10. this Convention, do not include or extraterritoriality, or other rights and

the privileges enjoyed by Hungary's diplomatic representatives credentials properly.



PAUL DE HEVESY



ITALIE



GIOVANNI CIRAOLO



CAVAZZONI STEFANO



Latvia



KAREL DUZMANS



MONACO



R. ELLÉS



NICARAGUA



F. MEDINA



Peru



VICTOR GONZALES OLAECHEA



Poland



CHODŽKO



Portugal



A. M. BARTHOLOMEU FERREIRA



Romania



N. P. COMNÉNE



SAN-MARINO



FR. PAOLO VANNI ARCHIRAFI



CZECHOSLOVAKIA



FERDINAND SQUIRREL



Turkey



MEHMED MUNIR



Uruguay



E. E. BUERO



Venezuela



OCTAVIO BAPTISTA



F. J. DUARTE



The STATUTES of the



International auxiliary Union.



Article 1



Each delegate in the General Council can have an alternate who is

present at the meetings, but has the voice of an advisory or decision-making just in

the absence of the delegate.



Representatives of the International Association for assistance or other eligible

organisací or institutions may be invited to attend as

advisers to meetings of the General Council.




The Secretary-General of the League of Nations may be účastniti or debit

zastoupiti in all the meetings of the General Council.



Article 2



The General Council shall meet every two years at the headquarters of International auxiliary

the Union and it shall be convened by the Executive Committee. In the meantime you may round-two years on

any location specified by the Committee. The Executive Committee has the duty to svolati

the General Council at the request of at least one quarter of its members.



The first meeting of the Council will be convened by the Council of the League of Nations.



Article 3



In the convocation of the General Council, which is at least 3 months in advance poslati, has

to indicate the meeting agenda of the meeting.



The General Council may validly subject to the article. 21. the Convention only

When meeting delegates of half of the members of the International Union's helper;

by a majority of the votes cast in any case when it is not in the

These statutes contained most of the larger.



Article 4



The General Council shall be appointed by a majority of two-thirds of the votes cast members

the Executive Committee and their alternates. Touže usually act

all of the administrative steps necessary for the implementation of these rules.



The General Council shall act by a majority of its rules of procedure, which can

předepsati an absolute majority for the election of the members of the Executive Committee in

cases where the vote was to no avail.



The General Council shall decide on all matters of International auxiliary Union.



Article 5



The Executive Committee has seven members. Are appointed for a period of two years, also

in their absence.



In the case that any of the causes of vacant space, the following

retaining one of the alternate members of the Committee until the end of the current two years old.



Two representatives of the International Red Cross (International organisací

Committee of the Red Cross and the League of Red Cross) takes part in the

the work of the Committee as advisers.



The Secretary-General of the League of Nations may be present or debit

zastoupiti all meetings of the Executive Committee.



The Executive Committee by a majority of its rules of procedure.



Article 6



The Executive Committee shall meet at least once a year at the headquarters of the international

Auxiliary of the Union and is convened by its Chairman. The President shall determine the time and place

the rest of the meeting.



Article 7



The Executive Committee is, by International auxiliary of the Union and may be

fiduciárním cash resources manager loaded with special loads

výminkami and references. The Executive Committee has the widest power of attorney to

all practices the same as the purpose of the International Union and the helper

her scores.



The Executive Committee shall be represented by the International Union against the company helper

Nations, Governments, organisacím, which has a mean article. 5. the Convention, and all

fysickým and legal persons. Has power of attorney to administer an action or

obhajovati before the Court on behalf of the International Union or its auxiliary

notch. May uzavírati the court settlement.



The Executive Committee collects funds, uses, manages, and invests as

the trustee or fiduciary and administrator performs on behalf of the International helper

the Union of all the banking and insurance operations.



The Executive Committee concluded and approves the purchase of all kinds; controls the supply.



The Executive Committee shall adopt a regulation for the placement of funds International auxiliary

Union.



In cases of disasters, the Executive Committee has full power of rozvinouti activity

The International Union, organisovati auxiliary aid and also do appeal to

Collections.



Article 8



Subject to the provisions of article 9, the Executive Committee may delegovati all

or part of its powers to one or more members.



Article 9



All acts taken by the Executive Committee as a trusteem or fiduciárním

Administrator of the donation of a loaded special loads, výminkami or links,

they have to bear at least two signatures.



As is the case with acts of disposičních.



Article 10



Without prejudice to the provisions of article 18. the Executive Committee shall draw up each year

report on its activities and its operations for International auxiliary members

Union. This report, the Secretary-General shall communicate the company

Nations in order to give the note to the Council and the Assembly

The League Of Nations. Is also brought to the attention of the public.



Article 11



The Executive Committee has to hand the expert who can be interviewed either

individually or together.



Experts shall be appointed by the Executive Committee, and one or more for

each country or geographical zone, involving more countries and intended

the Executive Committee, in agreement with interesovanými members.



The experts are appointed for three years; have a sídliti in their zone. The Executive

the Committee may, in the case if circumstances require, appoint outside

the experts from the above-mentioned, the experts, who do not have replacement settlement obligations.



The appointment of experts and spare the experts should be approved for each

interesovaným a member or members individually.



Article 12



The Executive Committee shall be convened by experts whose cooperation seems necessary, or

polls them on the way written whenever circumstances require.



Article 13



Costs and compensation for travel and subsistence of the delegates at the General Council of the bear

authorities, which is to enshrine.



Costs and compensation for the trip and stay of the members of the Executive Committee and experts

shall be paid from the budget of the International Union of the auxiliary. Member of the Executive

Committee and the experts are free.



Article 14



The international organization of the Red Cross (International Committee of the Red

the cross and the League of Red Cross) will be encouraged to

turn on their own expense and to the extent that they consider to be compatible with the

their financial sources, the Central and permanent International auxiliary services

Union. The Executive Committee shall be governed by these services.



Article 15



Auxiliary work is performed in each zone to score International auxiliary of the Union

organisations, which has in mind article. 5. the Convention and which are in this

zone.



If a zone contains multiple States or if in one zone shall

participate in auxiliary works more organisací above mentioned, the Executive Committee

shall take all measures to ensure the coordination of activities

and the distribution of aid. In particular, it may do so with the consent of the target zříditi

These regional committees, organisací přihlížeje in getting their

the members of the technical skills, experience and administrative

fitness.



In the event of a disaster is the rule that the message be sent to its Executive Committee

expert or experts from the appropriate zone.



Article 16



The International Union will form a neodvisle helper, since this generates the Fund and

other funds, which are considered necessary to zříditi:



1. the administrative Fund, which shall consist of:



and generates income fund) and reservního at the bottom of that Fund;



(b)) of all of the amounts of the deductions available International auxiliary

the Union; This deduction does not přesahovati one percent.



From this administrative expenditure shall be borne by the Fund, the ordinary and the permanent services

International auxiliary Union when, exceptionally, not secured by international

organisations of the Red Cross (International Committee of the Red Cross and

The League of Red Cross societies).



2. The Reserve Fund, consisting of:



and all the rest) of financial resources have not been fully exploited to

their specific destination;



(b)) of precipitation of all remittances, the available International auxiliary

the Union without a specific destination; This deduction does not in the present case together

the deduction anticipated for administrative převyšovati in the pool a whole five percent

of the amount.



This reserve fund is used first and foremost to the restoration Fund generates

foreseen in article 9. of the Convention and to have been taken from him

or supplemented by auxiliary resources when disaster strikes, for which there is

a special dedication.



Article 17



Funds International auxiliary of the Union, with the exception of the amounts required for normal

expenses, are stored either in the same credit institutions as funds

The League of Nations, or in other such institutions approved

the General Council.



Article 18



The Executive Committee shall each year draw up the balance of the international subsidiary of the Union.



This balance sheet shows the assets and liabilities of the Union, as well as international auxiliary

as accounts of financial transactions associated with each disaster.



Article 19



The League of Nations is called to ensure that the conditions for

Specifies the control of accounts International auxiliary of the Union, which means that the

The company in this matter does not assume any responsibility.



The final act.



The International Conference for the establishment of an International Union, convened in helper

the League of Nations as a result of the Council resolution of 10 February 2004. December 1926,

met in Geneva on 4 July 2003. July 1927.



The company has designated Mr. Kuelze, a member of the German Reichstag,

the former Minister, the President of the Conference.



The company has designated the Secretary General Mr. Haase, a member of the international

The Secretariat for the Secretary-General of the Conference, by the pp.

Smetsem and Pietromarchim.



The Conference was attended by a delegation composed of the following members:

Afghanistan.

Delegate:

His Excellence p. Mohammet Ali,

the extraordinary Envoy and Plenipotentiary Minister at The

Majesty the King of the Italian.



Germany.

Delegates:

Lieutenant-Colonel P. Draudt,

Vice-President of the German Red Cross

Vice-President of the League of Red Cross Societies.



Dr. F. Ruppert,

Council in the Ministry of the Interior,



Dr. G. Schellert,

legační Council in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs,




PI. Dr. Dünner-service,

the Council, in the Ministry of labour.



Austria.

Delegate:

His Excellence Mr. Emerich Pflügl,

the extraordinary Envoy and Plenipotentiary Minister, representative of the

the Federal Government of Austria on the League of Nations.



Belgium.

Delegate:

P. a. Francois, Senator

General economic administrator of the Belgian Red

Cross.



Bolivia.

Delegate:

Dr. Frédéric Ferriere,

Consul in Geneva.



Brazil.

Delegate:

Mr. Pimentel-Brandao,

the Council for the Brazilian Embassy in Paris.



Great Britain and Northern Ireland,

as well as all parts of the British Empire, which

are not members of the League of Nations.

Delegate:

Mr. G. H. S. Pinsent,

from the national treasure.



His representative:

Mr. W. E. Beckett,

Legal Adviser to the Foreign Office assigned.



Bulgaria.

Delegate:

Mr Stéphane Laftchieff,

Member of the Committee of the Bulgarian Red Cross.



China.

Delegate:

P. Chi Hsiao-Yung,

charge d'affaires in Bern.



Colombia.

Delegate:

His Excellence Dr. Antonio José Restrepo,

authorized the Secretary, permanent delegate for the company

Nations.



Cuba.

Delegate:

His Excellence p. G. de Blanck,

the extraordinary Envoy and Plenipotentiary Minister, Permanent

delegate at the League of Nations.



Denmark.

Delegate:

His Excellence and Oldenburg,

the extraordinary Envoy and Plenipotentiary Minister at the

The Swiss Federal Council; the Permanent Representative with the company

Nations.



Free city of Gdansk.

Delegates:

Dr. W. Chodžko,

the former Minister, Director of the State school for hygiene

in Warsaw,



P. Council JUDr. Johann Ferber,

the Secretary General of the Red Cross in Gdansku.



Egypt.

Delegate:

Mr. Ahmed El Kadry,

Consul in Geneva.



Equador.

Delegate:

P. F. Guarderas,

charge d'affaires in Rome.



Spain.

Delegate:

P. Luis Quer Bulge

charge d'affaires in Bern.



Ethiopie.

Delegate:

His Excellence count Lagarde, Duke

(d) ' Entotto,

the authorized Minister, the diplomatic representative of the Empire

Ethiopského at the League of Nations.



Finland.

Delegate:

P. Hugo Valvanne,

Chargé d ' affaires a.i. in Bern.



France.

Delegate:

P. A. Morain,

honorary police prefect.



Its representatives:

P. E. Thiébaut,

authorized the Secretary, General Secretary of the Central

Committee of the French Red Cross.



P. J. Pillaut,

Head of the Department at the Sub-Directorate for international

Union in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.



Greece.

Delegate:

P. D. Bikélas,

the Union head of the Department in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs,

Chargé d ' affaires a.i. in Bern.



Guatemala.

Delegate:

P. José Castaneda.



Hungary.

Delegate:

P. de Hevesy de Heves,

Minister-resident at the League of Nations.



India.

Delegate:

Dr. R. P. Paranjpye,

Member of the Council of India in London.



The Irish Free State.

Delegate:

P. Michael Mac White,

the representative of the Irish Free State with the company

Nations.



Italie.

Delegate:

His Excellence M. Stefano Cavazzoni,

Member of Parliament, former Minister of labour.



Japan.

Delegate:

P. Nobumi Ito,

the Ambassador, Deputy Director of the Imperial Council

Japanese Office when the League of Nations.



Latvia.

Delegate:

Mr. Charles Duzmans,

the Permanent delegate at the League of Nations.



Monaco.

Delegate:

Mr Elles, Rodolphe

místokonsul in Geneva.



Nicaragua.

Delegate:

P. Antoine Sottile,

Consul in Geneva.



New Zealand.

Delegate:

The Honourable Sir Christopher James Parr,

K. C. M. G.,

High Commissioner in London.



Paraguay.

Delegate:

Dr. Franz Machon,

konsul in Lausanne.



The Netherlands.

Delegate:

P. g. van Slooten,

the Council for the High Court of Justice of the military and the appellate

the Court of Justice, General Secretary of the Dutch Red

Cross.



Poland.

Delegate:

Dr. Witold Chodžko,

the former Minister, Director of the State school for hygiene

in Warsaw.



Portugal.

Delegate:

His Excellence p. Bartholomeu Ferreira,

the extraordinary Envoy and Plenipotentiary Minister at the

The Federal Council of the Swiss.



Romania.

Delegate:

P. Edmond Ciuntu,

the Director of the Permanent Secretariat for the League of Nations.



San Marino.

Delegate:

The Marquis de Constantin de Chateauneuf,

the Italian Consul General in Geneva, Switzerland.



Yugoslavia.

Delegates:

Dr. Marco Lecco,

the President of the Red Cross.



P. Constantin Fotitch,

the Permanent delegate at the League of Nations.



Sweden.

Delegate:

His Excellence p. d ' Adlercreutz, A.J.P.

the extraordinary Envoy and Plenipotentiary Minister at her

Majesty the Queen of the Netherlands.



Switzerland.

Delegate:

P. Paul Dinichert,

authorized the Secretary, head of the Department of foreign

the Federal Department for political affairs.



Czechoslovakia.

Delegate:

His Excellence Mr Veverka,

the extraordinary Envoy and Plenipotentiary Minister at the

The Swiss Federal Council, the Permanent delegate for the company

Nations.



Turkey.

Delegate:

His Excellence Mehmed Bey, Munir

the extraordinary Envoy and Plenipotentiary Minister at the

The Federal Council of the Swiss.



Uruguay.

Delegate:

His Excellence p. E. Buero,

the extraordinary Envoy and Plenipotentiary Minister at the

The Federal Council of the Swiss.



Venezuela.

Delegates:

Dr. Octavio Baptista,

Counsellor and chargé d'affaires in Bern.



Dr. Francisco J. Duarte,

Consul in Geneva.



The Conference was attended by advisers:



Representatives Of The International Committee

Red Cross:

Professor Georges Werner,

Vice-President of the International Committee of the Red

Cross, the



P. Bernard Bouvier,

Honorary Professor of the university of Geneva, Vice-Chair

The International Committee of the Red Cross.



Representatives Of The League Of Red

Cross:

P. Kittredge,

the Secretary General of the League,



Professor Rocco Santoliquido,

the Council of the League,



P. b. de Rouge,

officer of the auxiliary section.



Members of the Preparatory Committee invited

By the Council:

P. Senator Ciraolo,

Honorary President of the Italian Red Cross,

a member of the Preparatory Committee,



P. André Mater

the Court of appeal of the Paris lawyer,



P. Algernon Maudslay,

C. b. e., Member of the Council of the British Red Cross.



It also was present as an observer, a delegated Suverenním Regulations

Malta:



Baron Henry-Berthold de Fischer, Knight of the order, the representative of the Sovereign of the order

The Maltese.



The Conference was advised by 4. to 12. July on the basis of the work study

the Commission, appointed to the Commission additional chaired by p. Cavazzoni, who

by design, the Editorial Committee, chaired by Mr. Francois, has developed

final project.



The Conference agreed in meetings on 11 July. and 12. the July Convention

attached to this final act and the statutes annexed to the Convention.



At the same time, approved the following resolution:



» The Conference declares that the užívajíc of the term "Red Cross" in the Convention and

The statutes, means also the corresponding companies in different countries,

as a company, in particular, the Red Crescent.



Conference béře with considerable satisfaction the Declaration made in

meeting on 11 July. July, representatives of the International Committee of the Red Cross

and the League of Red Cross.



Article 4 of the schvalujíc Conference. The articles of Association regarding the election of the members of the Executive

Committee of the General Council, has confidence in the General Council, that the greatest comfort

When you select this option, the debit is the most lead the effort that the various zemědíly in it

they were fairly represented.



The Conference schvalujíc the provisions of article 9. Convention on the contribution

States non-members of the company, accepts that these States signed or

ratifying the Convention or accede to it on condition the final adoption

the Government decision of the Executive Committee, determining their contribution.



Conference schvalujíc articles of the statutes that specify the activity of the Executive

the Committee understands that the acts of this Committee cannot in any event have

the effect of uložiti the members of the International Union of other financial auxiliaries

the obligation in addition to the one they took to each other under article 9. Of the Convention.



The Conference agrees that the organisations or institutions shown in the second

paragraph of the first article of the statutes to explicitly include the International Labour Office,

the technical organization of the League of Nations and the International Institute of

agricultural. "




On the conscience of the delegates at the Conference have signed this Act.



Done at Geneva, on the twelfth of July in the year one thousand devítistého the twentieth

the seventh in a single copy which shall be deposited in the archives of the Secretariat

The League Of Nations.



[Signatures]



Prozkoumavše this Convention with the statutes and the final act of the budgetary and

We confirm them.



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

The Czechoslovak přitisknouti dali.



In Židlochovicích on 6. July summer devítistého thirty-one thousand

the first.



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

She was ceded to the Secretary-General of the League of Nations on 20 April. August

1931. Pursuant to article. 18. take the Convention for the Republic of Czechoslovakia

the international scope of the day 27. December 1932.



From 27 April 1995. , 1932, are bound by the Convention: of the States originally

podepsavších Albanie, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Egypt (with

the proviso that the Egyptian Government subsequently approved the decision of the Executive

Committee on their contribution), Equador, Finland, France, India, Italy

(applies also to the Italian village), Hungary (claims on behalf of its

the Government that "the widest possible privileges, accessibility, and Liberation" according to art. 10.

This Convention does not include neither exterritorialitu nor any other rights and privileges

in Hungary enjoyed by diplomatic representatives, duly credential),

Monaco, Germany, Poland and the free city of Gdansk, Romania, Greece, San

Marino, Turkey and Venezuela, as well as the acceding States to the Convention

Jihoslavie, Luxembourg, New Zealand, Persia, Sudan, Switzerland and the United

Britain and Northern Ireland (not for settlements, protectorates and territories

under suzerainty or mandate of His British Majesty).



Dr. Edvard Beneš in r.



1) was given to this signature ad referendum of the Brazilian Parliament.

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