Some forty multilateral conventions are renewed between Germany and the Allied parties thereto, but special conditions are attached to Germany's re-j admission to several. For example, as to postal and telegraphic conventions, Germany must not refuse her consent to special arrangements to be con-, eluded by the new States. She must, agree-as.,respects the radio telegraphic I convention to. fulfil provisional rules to j be communicated to* her, and adhere to the new convention when formulated. Under the North Sea fisheries and North Sea liquor traffic conventions,' the rights of inspections and police over the Allied fishing boats are for at least live years to be exercised only by vessels of Allied Powers. Germany loses the special rights granted her under Article Three of the Samoa Treaty j of 1889 and other treaties, and in par- j ticular is to renounce her right to the. Boxer indemnity, subsequent to China's entry into the war. ;
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MULTILATERAL CONVENTIONS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9606, 10 May 1919
MULTILATERAL CONVENTIONS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9606, 10 May 1919
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