International Organizations in Which the United States Participates

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1931; ratifications exchanged at Ottawa May 9, 1931; proclaimed by the President May 14, 1931.47 Stat. L. 1872; League of Nations Treaty Series, Vol. 121, p. 45.1932 --Act of Congress of the United States of May 2, 1932. An act for the protection of the northern Pacific halibut fishery.47 Stat. L. 142.
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Canada, Parliament, "Correspondence. Halibut Fisheries Treaty," 13 Geo. V, Sess. Paper No. 111a, F. A. Acland, Ottawa, 1923. 16 pp.
"Draft of Halibut Treaty [of 1919]," Pacific Fisherman, February 1920, Vol. 18, No. 2, p. 47.
"The Halibut Treaty and the Commonwealth," Round Table, June 1923, Vol. 13, pp. 628-33.
International Fisheries Commission, [ First Progress] Report of the International Fisheries Commission, Seattle, Washington, 1931. 31 pp. [Report No. 1]. Published also under title Report of the International Fisheries Commission Appointed under the Northern Pacific Halibut Treaty, F. A. Acland, Ottawa, 1928, pp. 58-76; also in Report of Commissioner of Fisheries ( United States), with Appendices, 1929-30, Appendix 1, pp. 1-25; also issued separately.

-----, [ Second Progress Report on] Investigations of the International Fisheries Commission to December 1930, and their Bearing on Regulation of the Pacific Halibut Fishery, Sherman Printing and Binding Co., Seattle, 1930. 29 pp. (Report No. 7).

Jessup Ph. C., "L'Exploitation des richesses de la mer," Académie de droit International, Recueil des cours, 1929, Vol. IV, whole number 29, pp. 403-514.

International Fisheries Commission, pp. 438-46.

Keith Berriedale, "The International Status of the Dominions," Journal of Comparative Legislation and International Law, November 1923, 3d Ser., Vol. 5, Pt. 4, pp. 161-68.
Lewis Malcom M., "The Canadian American Halibut Fisheries Treaty," British Year Book of International Law, 1923- 24, pp. 168-69.

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