International Organizations in Which the United States Participates

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ii. The Directing Committee, assisted by the Secretary-General shall be responsible for the liquidation of the affairs of the Bureau.

Their salaries shall be paid to the last day of the third month succeeding that in which suppression was decided upon.

iii. Should it be impossible to complete the liquidation within this period, the President will conclude this in the shortest time possible and the payment of his salary shall be continued until the end of the month in which the liquidation is completed, but not later than the last day of the sixth month succeeding that in which the suppression was decided upon.
iv. Members who have not paid their full contributions, or who are debtors to the Bureau on any other account, will be debited with the amounts due.
v. The balance of the accounts of the Bureau shall be divided amongst the actual members at the moment when the suppression is decided upon.

In the case of a credit balance, this will be divided amongst the states members in proportion to the amount contributed by each of them since it joined the Bureau.

In the case of a debit balance, this will be divided amongst the states members in proportion to their last annual contributions.


XII--TEXT OF THE STATUTES
64. Changes in the texts of these Statutes may be made by both supplementary and periodic conferences or under the circumstances mentioned in Article 61 (b) and (d). Such changes must receive the approval of at least two-thirds of the number of members, except in the cases provided for in Article 61 (d).
65. These Statutes shall be drawn up in English and French; should any divergence be found in the meaning of the two texts the Directing Committee will decide on the precise interpretation.

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Berling E. L., "Note sur la Conférence Hydrographique internationale tenue à Londres en 1919," Annales hydrographiques, 3d Ser. 1919-20, Vol. 3, pp. 275-84.
Brandt George E., "The International Hydrographic Bureau," United States Naval Institute Proceedings, October 1924, Vol. 50, pp. 1658-64.
"Le Bureau hydrographique international (Monaco) et la question des cartes aéronautique," Revue aéronautique internationale, December 1931, Vol. 1, pp. 209-14.
"Establishment of an International Hydrographic Bureau," Geographical Review, July 1922, Vol. 12, pp. 501-02.

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