(54Entry into Force: 22 November 1933.)
(55League of Nations, Treaty Series, vol. 145, p. 337.)
Enclosure in No. I
(56Signed at Florence on 17 December 1927.)
IN WHICH ARE RECORDED THE DECISIONS OF THE COMMISSION APPOINTED UNDER ARTICLE 12 OF THE TREATY BETWEEN HIS BRITANNIC MAJESTY AND HIS MAJESTY THE KING OF ITALY, SIGNED AT LONDON ON JULY 15, 1924, REGULATING CERTAIN QUESTIONS CONCERNING THE BOUNDARIES OF THEIR RESPECTIVE TERRITORIES IN EAST AFRICA
12. Having been empowered to do so by the two Governments, the Commission decided that the water of the pools of Dif should normally be available to the adjacent Italian police post and to Italian subjects and their baggage animals (but no other stock) travelling along the frontier; and that a state of abnormality should be considered to exist when the water in the said pools is proved to the satisfaction of both parties to suffice only for the reasonable requirements of a British police post.