Rs 0.631.242.349 Convention Of August 10, 1877, Monitoring The Movement Of Drinks Between The France And The Switzerland

Original Language Title: RS 0.631.242.349 Convention du 10 août 1877 touchant le contrôle du mouvement des boissons entre la France et la Suisse

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0.631.242.349 original text relating to the control of the movement of drinks between the France and the Switzerland agreement on August 10, 1877, approved by the federal Council on November 20, 1877, entry into force April 10, 1878, between 1. the Government of the French Republic, represented by (follow the names of the french Plenipotentiaries) 2. the Government of the Swiss Confederation, represented by (follow the names of the Swiss Plenipotentiary) it was agreed as follows, subject to legal ratifications: art. 1. any french exemption, accompanying wines, spirits, liqueurs, beers, ciders (fruit wines), both in barrels and in bottles, directed at the Swiss borders, must be covered by the Federal tolls for later his final discharge.
The visa is affixed by the federal office corresponds to the french office of exit in the attached table, and proceeded to the shipment of the goods for the entry or transit through Switzerland.

S. 2 Similarly, any Swiss exemption, accompanying wines, spirits, liqueurs, beers, ciders (fruit wines), both in barrels and in bottles, directed on the French border, must be covered by french agents to subsequently get his final discharge.
The visa is affixed by the french office corresponding to the office of Swiss exit in the attached table, and who proceeded to the issuance of the expedition needed to ensure traffic in France.

See also the Décl. Add. of 30 July / August 18, 1897 (RS 0.631.242.349.1) art. 3. the visa is in words seen and recognized, followed by the date, the signature and the seal of the office.
There shall be affixed, in France, immediately after the issuance of titles of movement; in Switzerland, immediately after the shipment of the goods for entry or transit; and, in both cases, on the light of papers which were used to transport and to which the exemption must be pinned.

S. 4 immediately after affixing the visa, the exemption must be given to the driver of the goods, which has the obligation to take without delay to the office responsible for the discharge.
However, if the goods passing through Switzerland, to destination of Savoie or the Pays de Gex, the driver will retain his hands the exemption referred, to the french border area office.

S. 5. the offices authorized Visa are listed in the schedule.
However, contracting parties may, by common agreement, modify this table, in whole or in part, and depending on the circumstances.

S. 6. this convention drive its effects until end of eight hundred and eighty, and thence will renew tacitly from year to year, if it is reported three months in advance by either of the Contracting Parties.
Agreed in Geneva, repeal of the analogous convention July 19, 1875, and subject to legal ratifications, 10 August one thousand eight hundred sixty - seven.

Not published in the RO.

Annex tables of offices empowered to control the movement of drinks between the Switzerland and the France and vice versa offices Swiss corresponding french offices Lisbüchel Saint-Louis - Basel St-Louis Road - Station Allschwil I Hégenheim - South Allschwil II Bühlmann Neuwiller Benken Rodersdorf Leymen - road Rodersdorf Burg Biderthal Roggenburg - Neumühle Kiffis Lützel Winkel Miécourt Courtavon Bonfol Pfetterhouse - station Beurnevésin II Pfetterhhouse - road Beurnevésin I Réchésy Lugnez Courcelles Boncourt Pruntrut (Customs and post) Delle Fahy Grandfontaine Abbevillers Damvant Villars-sous-Blamont Réclère Vaufrey La Motte Brémoncourt Chaufour

Chauvillers Goumois Goumois ghoul Biaufond fireplace Les Brenets Villers ghoul - Road (for shipments by the road) the neck of rocks (road) pass France the neck of rocks (station) for the mar - goods G.V. shipped to the station of the Col des Roches Mortlake (for shipments by rail) Le Locle (City) for goods G.V. shipped to the station of le Locle Le Locle - Col des Roches to the P.V. goods shipped to the Rocks pass, in le Locle and beyond Morteau (for shipments by rail) Pontarlier - Swiss customs (position and passenger) Verrières - Pontarlier station - station (for shipments by mail and in the service of passengers to trains) Meudon Verrières de Joux l'Auberson Les Fourgs Vallorbe - road La Ferrière-sous-Jougne (for shipments by road) Vallorbe - station international Vallorbe - international station (for the shipments by rail) Les Charbonnieres * Mouthe * Brassus La Cure wood of upstream Les Rousses Crassier Chavannes-de-Bogis Divonne Sauverny *.

Sauverny * Vireloup Saconnex Ferney-Voltaire * excluding alcohol.

* For wines only.

Mategnin * Prévessin * St-Genis Pouilly trainstation plain Pougny Meyrin - Geneva train station-Gare G.V.

Bellegarde G.V.

Geneva-Gare P.V.

Bellegarde P.V.

The plain road * Challex * Chancy I Pougny-station Perly St-Julien Croix-de-Rozon Collonges-sous-Salève Charlesgitari * Bossey * Collonges-sous-Salève Veyrier Veyrier I I Étrembières-Veyrier Moillesulaz Moillesulaz oak-station Geneva-Gare Eaux-Vives Annemasse Cara * Carla * Moniaz Moniaz Veigy Anières Veigy - tram Veigy - Route Hermance Chens-le-Pont Genève - Lac Nyon Chens Thonon Evian St-Gingolph * only for the import of wines and ciders, excluding alcohol.

* For wines only.

Only for the import of wines in Switzerland, excluding alcohol.

Coppet Rolle Morges Ouchy Cully Vevey Montreux - Lake Villeneuve Thonon Evian St - Gingolph Bouveret - Gare St-Gingolph - Gare St-Gingolph-St-Gingolph - Route Le Châtelard Trient Vallorcine - station Morgins Champéry abundance new content of the array based on the exchange of notes of the 30 oct / 26 nov. 1926 (RO 42 824).
La Motte Swiss customs office was authorized to correspond with the french office of Brémoncourt for the control of the movement of drinks between the Switzerland and the France (art. 2 of the Decl. of 17 Sept.. 1907 amending table of offices permitted to the visa for the control of the movement of drinks with the France - RO 23 613).
Introduced by the agreement reached in January 1932 between the Switzerland and France (RO 48 100).
Introduced by the agreement reached in September 1927 between the Switzerland and France (RO 43 374).
New content according to the agreement reached in July 1937 between the Switzerland and France (RO 53 740).
New content according to the agreement reached in September 1927 between the Switzerland and France (RO 43 374).
New content according to the agreement reached in September 1927 between the Switzerland and France (RO 43 374).
Introduced by the agreement reached in September 1927 between the Switzerland and France (RO 43 374).
Introduced by the exchange of notes of the Jan 12/22. 1929 between the Switzerland and France (RO 45 150).
Introduced by the agreement reached in June 1935 between the Switzerland and France (RO 51 532).

State November 5, 1999