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archives of the British Government, and a copy of which shall be transmitted to each of the Parties.
For Germany and the German Protectorates:
Dr. KARL STRECKER
For the United States and the possessions of the United States:
JOHN R. EDWARDS
JNO. Q. WALTON
WILLIS L. MOORE
LOUIS W. AUSTIN
GEORGE OWEN SQUIER
C. MCK. SALTZMAN
DAVID WOOSTER TODD
W. D. TERRELL
J. S. LIDDELL
For Spain and the Spanish Colonies:
JACOBO GARCIA ROURE
JUAN DE CARRANZA Y GARRIDO
TOMÁS FERNANDEZ QUINTANA
JAIME JANER ROBINSON
ET. DE FELCOURT
For Great Britain and the various British Colonies and Protectorates:
H. BABINGTON SMITH
E. W. FARNALL
G. M. W. MACDONOGH.
For Italy and the Italian Colonies:
PROF. A. BATTELLI
For Japan and for Chosen, Formosa, Japanese Sakhalin, and the Jeased territory of Kwantung:
MOHAMMED el Kabadj
SUPPLEMENT TO ARTICLE XLIV OF THE REGULATIONS.
List of Abbreviations to be used in Radio Communications.
List of Abbreviations to be used in Radio Communications-Continued.
Public correspondence is any radio work, official or private, handled on commercial wave lengths.
When an abbreviation is followed by a mark of interrogation, it : refers to the question indicated for that abbreviation.
B QRG Cunard Q R Z
What is the name of your station?
This is the Campania.
To what line do you belong?
I belong to the Cunard Line. Your signals are weak.
Station A then increases the power of its transmitter and sends:
How are you receiving?
I am receiving well.
The distance between our stations is 80 nautical miles.