International Organizations in Which the United States Participates

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Uruguay (adherent Sept. slavia July 16, 1920,
6, 1913) 6,250 provides that all treaties
Yugoslavia ( Serbia adher in force on Aug. 1,
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No information is available regarding the parties, if any, which have adhered to the convention and subsequently withdrawn.
DOCUMENTS
1907-- Arrangement for the establishment of the International Office of Public Health. Signed at Rome Dec. 9, 1907; ratification advised by the Senate Feb. 10, 1908; ratified by the President Feb. 15, 1908; ratification of the United States deposited with the government of Italy Aug. 1, 1908; proclaimed Nov. 17, 1908.

35 Stat. L. 2061; Malloy, Treaties, U.S., 1776-1909, Vol. 2, p. 2214; British and Foreign State Papers, Vol. 100, p. 466; Great Britain, Treaty Series No. 6, ( i gog).

1926-- Sanitary convention of June 21, 1926. Signed at Paris June 21, 1926; ratification advised by the Senate with understandings and conditions Mar. 22, 1928; ratified by the President Apr.7, 1928; ratification of the United States deposited with the government of the French Republic May 22, 1928; proclaimed June 21, 1928.

45 Stat. L. 2492; Hudson, International Legislation, Vol. 3, p. 1903; League of Nations Treaty Series, Vol, 78, p. 229; British and Foreign State Papers, Vol. 123, p. 610.


SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
"Conférence sanitaire internationale de Paris, 10 octobre--3 decembre, 1903," Revue générale de droit international public, 1904, Vol. 11, pp. 199-209.
Great Britain, Ministry of Health, Annual Report of the Chief Medical Officer, 1919 to date.

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