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The Committee shall consist of the representatives of twelve Contracting States to be selected with due consideration to fair geographical representation and in conformity with the Resolution relating to this Article, annexed to this Convention. The DirectorGeneral of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, the Director of the Bureau of the International Union for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works, and the Secretary-General of the Organization of American States, or their representatives, may attend meetings of the Committee in an advisory capacity.

In the relations between Powers which are bound by the Conventions of The Hague concerning the Laws and Customs of War on Land (IV) and concerning Naval Bombardment in Time of War (IX) whether those of 29 July 1899 or those of 18 October 1907, and which are Parties to the present Convention, this last Convention shall be supplementary to the aforementioned Convention (IX) and to the Regulations Annexed to the aforementioned Convention (IV) and shall substitute for the emblem described in Article 5 of the aforementioned Convention (IX) the emblem described in Article 16 of the present Convention, in cases in which the present Convention and the Regulations for its execution provide for the use of this distinctive emblem.

Article . Entry into force 1. The present Convention shall enter into force three months after five instruments of ratification have been deposited. 2. Thereafter, it shall enter into force, for each High Contracting Party, three months after the deposit of its instrument of ratification or accession. 3. The situations referred to in Articles 18 and 19 shall give immediate effect to ratifications or accessions deposited by the parties to the conflict either before or after the beginning of hostilities or occupation.

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