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XXI. When a list shall contain errors or irregularities which cannot be rectified without previous communication with the despatching office, the receiving office shall, at the time of acknowledging the receipt, request an explanation from the despatching office. This explanation shall be given with as little delay as possible, and meantime the payment of Orders dependent on the irregular entries shall be suspended.
XXII. As soon as the Danish office of exchange shall have received from India acknowledgments of the receipt of all the lists bearing dates in any quarter, these lists, as well as the Indian lists bearing dates in the same quarter, shall be made the subject of a quarterly account in the annexed Form B.
XXIII. The account mentioned in Article XXII shall be based on the lists as corrected by the receiving office, any entries at the time under suspension pending explanation being excluded.
XXIV. The account shall also include, under the head of "Special Items," any necessary adjustments of previous accounts (such as adjustments on account of suspended entries), as well as any other items of account not otherwise provided for, a detailed statement of such special items being annexed to the account, and the correspondence or other documents forming the authority for each special item being quoted opposite it in the statement.
XXV. The account shall be prepared in duplicate, one copy being forwarded to the Indian office of exchange, and the other through the General Post Office, Copenhagen, to the Financial Secretary, India Office, London, for payment by bill of exchange on Copenhagen, if the balance be in favour of Denmark, and with payment by bill of exchange on London, if the balance be in favour of India.
In the case of payment to Denmark, the bill of exchange on Copenhagen shall be for an amount in Danish currency equivalent, at the current rate of exchange, to the balance in sterling money stated in the account.
XXVI. Each office shall have authority to suspend temporarily the exchange of Money Orders, in case the course of exchange, or any other circumstance, shall give rise to abuses, or cause detriment to the
XXVII. For ordinary correspondence, affecting the preparation, transmission, or correction of lists, accounts, &c., the offices of exchange shall be the medium; but in matters involving questions other than detail, the offices of correspondence shall be the General Post Office, Copenhagen, on the one band, and the office of the Controller-General of Accounts, Money Order Department, Calcutta, on the other hand.
XXVIII. The Department charged with the control of Money
Orders in either country shall have authority to adopt any additional rules (if not repugnant to the foregoing) for the greater security against fraud, or for the better working of the system generally. All such additional rules, however, shall be communicated by the one Department to the other.
XXIX. The present arrangement shall take effect on the 1st April, 1876. It shall then continue in force until one year after the date at which one of the Contracting Parties shall have notified the other of its intention to terminate it.
Executed in duplicate and signed: at London, the 4th of January, 1876; at Copenhagen, the 29th of November, 1875.
A. M. MONTEATH, Director-General of
I TRANSMIT to you herewith a list bearing the above-mentioned number and date, containing a detailed statement of Money Orders payable by your Department, and also of void Orders, and of Money Orders drawn by your Department and now authorized to be repaid to the remitters.
I forward herewith, for disposal by you,
applications, on each of which
there has been noted :
1. A serial" Application No.
(which can be quoted by you in any
2. The number and date of the list in which the Order referred to was originally entered; and,
3. The entry number under which it was entered in the list.
Annexed is a memorandum, showing how the applications received from you up to date have been disposed of; those entered as "not yet disposed of” will continue to be quoted in future letters until they are disposed of.
Since the despatch of my last list I have received your list No.
, which was found to be correct, with the exception noted
To the Controller, Money Order Office, Bombay.
To the Controller, Money Order Exchange Office, Korsoer,
Your obedient servant,
Office by which the Money was received.
A. From Bombay to Korsoer.
LIST of Money Orders drawn in India upon Denmark.
Particulars to be furnished by the Bombay Office.
Name and Address of Remitter
LIST of Void Money Orders, as well as of Money Orders for Repayment of which to Remitters in Denmark authority is hereby given.
Danish (AA.) List in which the Orders were originally included.
Amount of Order.
N.B.-Void Orders entered in this List should be distinguished by the word "void" added opposite the number in Column I.
Office in which the Money Order was paid in.
Particulars to be furnished by the Danish Office.
AA. From Korsoer to Bombay.
187 LIST of Money Orders drawn in Denmark upon India.
Name of Payee.
Address of Payee.
Name and Address of Remitter as given therein.
Amount of Order.
LIST of Void Money Orders, as well as of Money Orders for the Repayment of which to Remitters in India authority is hereby given.
Indian (A) List in which the Orders were originally included.
For the use of the Bombay Office.
N.B.-Void Orders entered in this List should be distinguished by the word "void " added opposite the number in Column I.
Indian Money Remarks. Order.