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at the end of successive periods of six years, of which the first will begin at the end of the period of twelve years.

Such denunciation must be notified in writing, at least one year in advance, to the British Government, which shall inform all the other powers.

It will only operate in respect of the power which shall have made the notification.

ART. 70. The powers represented at the London Naval Conference attach particular value to the general recognition of the rules which they have adopted, and express the hope that the powers which were not represented there will adhere to the present declaration. They request the British Government to invite them to do so.

A power which desires to adhere notifies its intention in writing to the British Government, in transmitting the act of adhesion, which will be deposited in the archives of the said Government.

The said Government shall forthwith transmit to all the other powers a duly certified copy of the notification, as also of the act of adhesion, stating the date on which such notification was received. The adhesion takes effect sixty days after such date.

The position of the adhering powers shall be in all matters concerning this declaration similar to the position of the signatory powers.

ART. 71. The present declaration, which shall bear the date of the 26th February, 1909, may be signed in London until the 30th June, 1909, by the plenipotentiaries of the powers represented at the Naval Conference.

In faith whereof the plenipotentiaries have signed the present declaration and have thereto affixed their seals.

Done at London, the 26th day of February, 1909, in a single original, which shall remain deposited in the archives of the British Government, and of which duly certified copies shall be sent through the diplomatic channel to the powers represented at the Naval Conference.

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augmenting force of ships.......
beginning military expedition..
coaling................
entering service.......
fitting or arming vessels...
supplies........

use of waters.........
Air craft, Panama Canal Zone..
Ammunition, German embargo on
Arming or fitting vessels....
Arms, German embargo on.......

manufacture of...................

sale of.......................
Asia Minor, notice of blockade...

101
Austria-Hungary, attitude toward Declaration of London

94
days of grace........
days of grace, Great Britain...........
days of grace, France...

days of grace, Italy......
Auxiliary vessels.......
Belligerent states, embargoes upon goods.

embargoes to ports....
Bulgaria-Great Britain, days of grace..
Blockade....

101
Cameroons, notice of blockade of.

101
Capture......
Coal.......................
Compensation..............

114
Compulsory unloading.....

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Contraband of war..

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Convention, Hague, VI, 1907, status of enemy merchant ships... 17

Hague, XI, 1907, bombardment...
Convoy.........

113
Days of grace.........

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Declaration of London.....

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Denmark, prohibition of exports........

33
Departure from Panama Canal.....

13
Detention of ships...

16
Embargoes by belligerent States, upon goods.......

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to ports.......
Embargoes, British...

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excepted countries....
general.

to non-British points..
Embargoes, German export and transit.

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arms............
ammunition....

70
animals and animal products.........
base metals...
bedding..........

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chemical products.............

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copper.......
dyes.........

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earths......

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electrotechnical requisites.......
explosives

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fertilizers......
fodder. ......
hides..
iron.......
leather...
lights.........
machinery:..
maps..........

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medicines......

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metals, base.....
nickel..........
oils...........
optical apparatus.
ores.......
powder.......
rubber.......
soap...................
stones............
subsistence supplies...

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telegraphic appliances..
telephone appliances..
textile goods..
tin.
vehicles...
warships...
wax.........

wood....
Enemy goods...

sequestration..
Enemy vessels, at outbreak of war..

sequestration....
Entering service....
Explosives, embargo on....
Exports, German embargoes on...

neutral........
prohibition of...

Denmark....
Greece.......
Netherlands
Norway...
Portugal.....

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Roumania.....
Spain....
Sweden......

Switzerland.......
Expression of sympathies...
Fitting or arming vessels.....
Forbidden acts. (See Acts forbidden.)
France-Austria, days of grace........

18, 27
France-Germany, days of grace...

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France, attitude toward Declaration of London..

98
decree on enemy character.......

113
list of contraband of war.....

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German East Africa, notice of blockade.....
Germany, attitude toward Declaration of London..

export embargoes. .......
Germany-France, days of grace.......
Germany-Great Britain, days of grace.......
Germany, transit embargoes......
Great Britain, attitude toward Declaration of London..
Great Britain-Austria-Hungary, days of grace......
Great Britain-Bulgaria, days of grace.....
Great Britain-Germany, days of grace...
Great Britain-Turkey, days of grace.....
Great Britain, embargoes........

list of contraband.....
Greece, prohibition of exports...
Hague Convention, VI, 1907, days of grace......

XI, 1907, bombardment....
Hospital ship.....
Indemnities, distribution of........

for unlawful acts.........
Interference with shipping before war...
Italian prize regulations...
Italy-Austria-Hungary, days of grace
Italy, days of grace.......
Law of nations on neutrality....
London, Declaration of....
Manufacture of arms............
Merchant ships, enemy........
Naval War College proposal, 1906, days of grace...
Negotiations concerning Declaration of London, 1914.
Netherlands, prohibition of exports...................
Neutral exports.........
Neutral goods, sequestration of .........
Neutrality agreement, United States and Panama..
Neutrality, law of nations on...
Neutrality penalties.....
Neutrality proclamations, United States, 1914-15.......
Neutral prizes, destruction of.......
Norway, prohibition of exports....
Number of vessels in Panama Canal....
Order in council on enemy character...
Orders in council, August 4, 1914.....
Outbreak of war, enemy vessels at....
Panama Canal.........

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departure from...
fuel..............
number of vessels
prizes....
radio..
regulations..
repairs............... ..
supplies......
troops in.............
24-hour rule............

vessels in......
Panama, neutrality agreement with United States.
Panalties, neutrality.....
Portugal, prohibition of exports ........
Prize regulations, Italian...

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