Treaty with Turkey and other Instruments signed at Lausanne Lausanne Peace Treaty - Preamble Lausanne Peace Treaty Lausanne Peace Treaty Part II. Financial Clauses Lausanne Peace Treaty Part III Economic Clauses Lausanne Peace Treaty Part IV Communications and Sanitary Questions Lausanne Peace Treaty Part V Miscellaneous Provisions 1.Prisoners of War II. Convention Relating to the Régime of the Straits III. Convention Respecting the Thracian Frontier IV. Convention Respecting Conditions of Residence and Business and Jurisdiction V. Commercial Convention VI. Convention Concerning the Exchange of Greek and Turkish Populations Signed at Lausanne, January 30, 1923. VII. Agreement Between Greece and Turkey Respecting the Reciprocal Restitution of Interned Civilians and the Exchange of Prisoners of War VIII. Declaration of Amnesty IX. Declaration Relating to Moslem Properties in Greece X. Declaration Relating to Sanitary Matters XI. Declaration Relating to the Administration of Justice XII. Protocol Relating to Certain Concessions Granted in the Ottoman Empire XIII. Protocol Relating to the Accession of Belgium and Portugal to Certain Provisions of Instruments Signed at Lausanne XIV. Protocol Relating to the Evacuation of the Turkish Territory Occupied by the British, French and Italian Forces XV. Protocol Relating to the Karagatch Territory and the Islands of Imbros and Tenedos, Signed by the British Empire, France, Italy, Japan, Greece and Turkey XVI. Protocol Relating to the Treaty Concluded at Sèvres Between the Principal Allied Powers and Greece on the 10th August, 1920, Concerning the Protection of Minorities on Greece, and to the Treaty Concluded on the Same Day Between the Same Powers Relating to Thrace XVII. Protocol Relating to Signature by the Serb-Croat-Slovene State
X. Declaration Relating to Sanitary Matters


The Undersigned, acting in virtue of their full powers, declare that the Turkish Government will appoint for a period of five years three European medical specialists as counsellors for the sanitary administration of the frontiers. These medical specialists shall be Turkish officials and shall be attached to the Ministry of Health. They shall be chosen by the said Government from a list of six names, prepared in agreement by the Health Committee of the League of Nations and by the International Bureau of Public Health. Their salary, as well as the other terms of their appointment, shall be settled by agreement between the said Government and the two above-mentioned international organisations.

The Turkish Sanitary Administration shall establish, with the help of the three above-mentioned European counsellors, regulations for the organisation of the sanitary administration of the coasts and frontiers of Turkey. These regulations shall be in accordance with the terms of the International Sanitary Conventions, and, in so far as the Straits are concerned, with the terms of the Straits Convention signed this day.

The yield of the sanitary taxes exacted by the Turkish Administration is all be exclusively applied to the needs of the sanitary administration of Turkey, and shall appear in a special budget, which shall be prepared for this purpose by the Ministry of Health.

Done at Lausanne, the 24th July, 1923.


Dr.Ryza Nour