International Organizations in Which the United States Participates

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can they address the same meeting more than twice upon the same subject.Article 17. Members of the congress who have spoken at a meeting, must, within 24 hours, deliver to the sectional committee a résumé of their remarks, to enable a report of the proceedings to be drawn up.The Committee shall have the right to request the author to abridge his résumé; and should it not have been revised and amended in due time, the Committee will undertake the abridgement.Article 18. The résumé of the discussions, arranged and edited by the sectional committees, together with the several conclusions adopted by the majority of the members voting, are transmitted by the general reporter to the Permanent Council the day before the last general meeting; they are then laid before the latter where they are discussed and voted upon.Article 19. A detailed report of the proceedings of each section of the congress is prepared and furnished, within three months after the date of the closing of the congress, to the Executive Committee by the Committee of the Congress, assisted by the vice-chairmen and secretaries of the sections.As regards the general meetings and excursions, a similar report is prepared, within the time stated, by the general secretary of the session.The joint record so compiled is published in the three languages under the direction of the Executive Committee.
III. DISSOLUTION OF THE ASSOCIATION
Article 20. The Association can only be dissolved at a congress specially summoned for this purpose, and if approved by a majority of three-fourths of the members present entitled to vote.Article 21. In the event of its dissolution, the liquidation of the accounts of the Association shall be entrusted to the Permanent Commission.Under its guidance, the final assets of the Association shall be devoted entirely to philanthropic objects relating to navigation.Therefore members, belonging to no matter what category, receive absolutely nothing in this distribution.1934-- Act of June 26, 1934. An act providing that permanent appropriations be subject to annual consideration and appropriation by Congress, and for other purposes. 48 Stat. L. 1225.
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
"Association internationale permanente des Congrès de navigation," Annuaire de la vie internationale, 1908-09, pp. 967- 76; 1910-11, pp. 1757-60.
Corthell E. L., Preliminary Report on the Seventh International Congress of Navigation, 1899. 13 pp. (55 Cong. 3 sess., S. doc. 76.)
-----, Report [on] the Seventh International Congress of Navigation, 1900. 245 pp. (56 Cong. 1 ses., S. doc. 30.)

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