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UNIFICATION OF THE FORMULAS FOR POTENT DRUGS

Conference, Brussels, September 15-20, 1902. 13325. CONFÉRENCE internationale pour l'unification de la formule des médicaments héroiques. Procès-verbaux des séances tenues du 15 au 20 septembre 1902. Bruxelles, Imprimerie A. Lesigne, 1902. 156 pp., incl. tables. 34 cm. Cf. Nouveau recueil général de traités, ze série, i, pp. 592 ff.

CUSTOMS CONGRESS OF THE AMERICAN REPUBLICS

3326. MESSAGE from the President of the United States, transmitting a report by the Secretary of State, with accompanying papers, relative to the proceedings of the first Customs Congress of the American republics, held at New York in January, 1903. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1903. 195 pp. 234 cm. (57th Cong., 2d sess., Sen. Doc. 180; Cong. Docs., vol. 4419.) January 15-22, 1903.

WIRELESS TELEGRAPHIC UNION 2

, 1912.

Preparatory Conference, Berlin, August 4-13, 1903.
Conference, Berlin, October 3-November 3, 1906.

London, June 3327. WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. Preliminary conference at Berlin on wireless telegraphy. Procès-verbaux and protocole final. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of His Majesty. London, H. M. Stationery Office, 1903.81 pp. 331 cm. (Parl. Pap., 1904, xci, p. 121. Cd. 1832.)

August 4-13, 1903. 1. The following “shall alone be applied as between Germany and those of the Allied and Associated Powers party thereto” according to Article 282 of the Treaty of Peace:

“21. Convention of November 29, 1906, regarding the unification of pharmacopoeial formulae for potent drugs."

Treaty of Peace with Austria, Article 234, 18, with Hungary, Article 217, 18, with Bulgaria, Article 162, 6, and with Turkey, as signed August 10, 1920, Article 273, 9.

? Article 284 of the Treaty of Peace with Germany contains the following:

"From the coming into force of the present Treaty the High Contracting Parties shall apply, in so far as concerns them, the International Radio-Telegraphic Convention of July 5, 1912, on condition that Germany fulfils the provisional regulations which will be indicated to her by the Allied and Associated Powers.

“If within five years after the coming into force of the present Treaty a new convention regulating international radio-telegraphic communications should have been concluded to take the place of the Convention of July 5, 1912, this new convention shall bind Germany, even if Germany should refuse either to take part in drawing up the convention, or to subscribe thereto.

“This new convention will likewise replace the provisional regulations in force."

Treaty of peace with Austria, Article 236, with Hungary, Article 219, with Bulgaria, Article 164, and with Turkey, as signed August 10, 1920, Article 271.

3328. DOCUMENTS, procès-verbaux, et protocole final de la conférence préliminaire concernant la télégraphie sans fils, réunie à Berlin du 4 au 13 août 1903. Reprinted in Nouveau recueil général de traités, ze série, xxxiii, pp. 398-475. 13329. DOCUMENTS de la conférence radiotélégraphique internationale. Publiés par le Département des postes de l'Empire d'Allemagne. Berlin, 1906. xi, 334 pp. 33 cm. 3330. CONFÉRENCE internationale de Berlin, 1906, concernant la télégraphie sans fils (radio-télégraphique). (Procès-verbaux in extenso - convention internationale. Règlement de service.) Archives diplomatiques, 36 série, civ, pp. 151-468. Convention, Nouveau recueil général de traités, 34 série, iii, pp. 147-193; British and Foreign State Papers, xcix, p. 321; Parl. Pap., 1909, cv, p. 207 (Cd. 4559). 13331, DOCUMENTS de la conférence radiotélégraphique internationale de Londres, publiés par le Bureau international de l'Union télégraphique. Berne, Bureau international de l'Union télégraphique, 1913. (5), 650 pp. 321 cm. Cf. Parl. Pap., 1913, lxxxi, p. 79. Cd. 6873.

REPORTS 3332. BUREAU international de l'Union télégraphique. Convention radiotélégraphique internationale. Rapport de gestion. Unième année- 1908 (Berne), 1909– . Caption title. 34 cm.

TEXTS 3333. INTERNATIONAL radio telegraph convention of Berlin: 1906, and propositions for the international radio telegraph conference of London. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1912. 114, (1) pp.

241 cm.

3334. TREATY SERIES, 1913. No. 10. International radiotelegraph convention. Signed at London, July 5, 1912. (British ratification deposited at London, June 2, 1913.) Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of His Majesty. July 1913. London, H. M. Stationery Office, 1913. Cover title, pp. 139-217. 233 cm. (Parl. Pap., 1913, lxxxi, p. 79. Cd, 6873.) 3335. DEPARTMENT of commerce. Bureau of navigation. Radio service. Radio communication laws of the United States and the international radiotelegraph convention. Regulations governing radio operators and the use of radio apparatus on ship and on land. Edition of July 27, 1914. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1914. 100 pp. 23 cm. Frequent editions.

EXEMPTION OF HOSPITAL SHIPS FROM PORT

CHARGES 1 13336. CONFÉRENCE internationale concernant les bâtiments hospitaliers. (La Haye, 13-21 décembre 1904.) La Haye, Van Langenhuysen frères, 1904. 45 pp. 33 cm.

MARITIME LAW 2

Conference, Brussels, February 21-25, 1905.

October 16–20, 1905.
September 28-October 8, 1909.

September 12–27, 1910.

St. Petersburg, March, 1912. t3341. CONFÉRENCE internationale de droit maritime (abordage et sauvetage). Bruxelles. 1905. Procès-verbaux des séances tenues du 21 au 25 février et du 16 au 20 octobre 1905. Bruxelles, A. Lesigne, 1906. 231 pp. 32 cm. 13342. PROCÈS-VERBAUX des séances de la commission instituée par la conférence internationale de droit maritime (1905). Bruxelles, 1905. 66 pp. 33 cm. 13343. CONFÉRENCE internationale de droit maritime (abordage et sauvetage). Deuxième session. (Bruxelles, 1905.] Various paging, 55 pp. 34 cm. t3344. REPORT of the American delegates to the third international conference on maritime law, held at Brussels, relating to collisions (September 28 to October 8, 1909). (Brussels, 1909.] 26 pp. 33 cm. 13345. CONFÉRENCE internationale de droit maritime. Bruxelles, 1910. Procès-verbaux des séances tenues du 12 au 27 septembre 1910. Bruxelles, Imprimerie et litographie A. Lesigne, 1910. 270 pp.

33 cm.

1 The following "shall alone be applied as between Germany and those of the Allied and Associated Powers party thereto” according to Article 282 of the Treaty of Peace:

“ 13. Convention of December 21, 1904, regarding the exemption of hospital ships from dues and charges in ports."

Treaty of Peace with Austria, Article 234, 12, and with Hungary, Article 217, 12.

Bulgaria undertakes to adhere or to ratify by the Treaty of Peace, Article 167, 4; Turkey, by Article 273, 5, of the Treaty of Peace as signed at Sèvres, August 10, 1920.

? The following “shall alone be applied as between Germany and those of the Allied and Associated Powers party thereto” according to Article 282 of the Treaty of Peace:

12. Conventions of September 23, 1910, respecting the unification of certain regulations regarding collisions and salvage at sea.”

Treaty of Peace with Austria, Article 234, 11, and with Hungary, Article 217, 12. Bulgaria undertakes to adhere or to ratify by the Treaty of Peace, Article 167, 3.

Conventions reprinted in Nouveau recueil général de traités, ze série, vii, p. 711; British and Foreign State Papers, ciii, p. 434.

Cf. Miscellaneous No. 5 (1911), Parl. Pap., 1911, ciii, p. 79, Cd. 5558, and Parl. Pap., 1913, lxxxi, p. 1, Cd. 6677.

United States, Treaty series, no. 576. 3346. OCTAVIO DE LANGGAARD MENEZES, RODRIGO (1866– ). Conferencia internacional de Bruxellas para o direito maritimo. Abalroação e assistencia maritima. Relatorio apresentado ao ministerio das relações exteriores pelo delegado plenipotenciario do Brasil. Rio de Janeiro, Imprensa nacional, 1911. V, 110 pp. 24 cm. 13347. CONFÉRENCE internationale maritime. St. Pétersbourg. Mars, 1912. Actes. St. Pétersbourg, Imprimerie du ministère de la marine impériale russe, Amirauté, 1913. x, 180, (2) pp., includ. fold. tables. Plates, ports. 26 cm.

32 cm.

HISTORICAL 13348. FRANCE. Ministère des affaires étrangères. Documents diplomatiques. Décembre 1873. Paris, Imprimerie nationale, 1873. 221 PP. Contains: Projet d'arrangement relatif aux collisions en mer. 13349. CLOQUET, MARTIAL. Recueil des lois maritimes et commerciales. Bruxelles, De Mat, 1840. 8vo. This book is mentioned by R. von Mohl, Geschichte und Literatur des Staatswissenschaften, i, p. 460, as containing the treaties of the Netherlands and of Belgium which relate to the suppression of the droit d'aubaine. 13350. SCHIFFFAHRTS-GESETZE SO wie Handels- und SchifffahrtsVerträge verschiedener Staaten, im Jahre 1847. Hamburg, Manke, 1848. 4to. 13351. DIE BRÜSSELER VORENTWÜRFE zu internationalen Ubereinkommen über die beschränkte Haftung der Schiffseigentümer und über die Schiffs-hypotheken und Schiffsprivilegien. Mit erläuternden Bemerkungen. Auf Veranlassung des Reichs-Justizamt. Berlin, J. Guttentag, 1911. 69, (1) pp. 231 cm.

INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURE 1

Conference, Rome, May 29-June 7, 1905.
Permanent Committee, Rome, May 29-June 6, 1908.
General Assembly, Rome, November 27-December 1, 1908.
General Assembly, Rome, December, 1909.

General Assembly, Rome, May, 1911. 1 The following “shall alone be applied as between Germany and those of the Allied and Associated Powers party thereto” according to Article 282 of the Treaty of Peace:

"23. Convention of June 7, 1905, regarding the creation of an International Agricultural Institute at Rome."

Treaty of Peace with Austria, Article 234, 20, with Bulgaria, Article 162, 7, with Hungary, Article 217, 20, and with Turkey, Article 269, 4.

CONFERENCE t3352. L'INIZIATIVA del re d'Italia e l'Instituto internazionale d'agricoltura. Studi e documenti. Roma, Tip, nazionale di G. Bertero e c., 1905. xl, 732 pp. 26 cm. 13353. CONFÉRENCE internationale d'agriculture, Rome, 1905. Procès-verbaux. (Rome, Imprimerie Forzani et c., 1905.] Various paging. 32 cm. Première-quatrième séances, 29 mai-7 juin 1905. t3354. MINISTÈRE royale des affaires étrangères. Conférence internationale d'agriculture. Rome - MCMV. Procès-verbaux. Rome, Forzani et c., 1905. xliii, 234 pp. 32 cm. 3355. INTERNATIONAL AGRICULTURAL INSTITUTE. Copy of correspondence relative to the establishment of an international agricultural institute, with the report of the British delegates and the minutes of the proceedings at the international conference on agriculture at Rome. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of His Majesty. London, H. M. Stationery Office, 1906. 193 pp. 331 cm. (Parl. Pap., 1906, xcvi, p. 389. Cd. 2958.). 13356. LA CONDITION juridique de l'Institut international d'agriculture; propositions, discours, rapports, avis, mémoires. Rome, Imprimerie de l'Institut international d'agriculture, 1914. 46, (i) pp. 24 cm.

GENERAL ASSEMBLY t3357. INSTITUT international d'agriculture. Assemblée générale,

session, novembre 1908- . Procès-verbaux. Rome, Forzani et cie., 1908 · Tables. 324 cm. The following relates to the Agenda:

RÉSUMÉS des rapports et discussions, des séances de l'Institut international de statistique, voeux, avis et résolutions prises par les congrès internationaux sur la statistique agricole. Rome, Imprimerie de la Chambre des députés, 1909. 87 pp. 32 cm. (Institut international d'agriculture, 11. division. ... Annexe iï à la question n. i du programme de l'assemblée générale (session 1909).) 3358. INTERNATIONAL AGRICULTURAL INSTITUTE. Copy of further papers and correspondence relative to the international agricultural institute. - In continuation of Parliamentary Paper (Cd. 2958). Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of His Majesty. London, H. M. Stationery Office, 1909. 99 pp. 33} cm. (Parl. Pap., 1909, lxx, p. 849. Cd. 4727.) 3359. INTERNATIONAL AGRICULTURAL INSTITUTE. Copy of further papers relative to the international agricultural institute. — In continuation of Parliamentary Paper (Cd. 4727]. — Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of His Majesty. London, H. M. Stationery Office, 1910. III pp. 331 cm. (Parl. Pap., 1910, lxxiv, p. 235. Cd. 5339.)

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