International Organizations in Which the United States Participates

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tute which acts through its Bureau. It is under the direction of the Secretary-General.Article 4. With the approval of the Bureau of the Institute the Secretary-General shall appoint the one or more supervisors and the personnel necessary to the working of the Permanent Office.
III. WAYS AND MEANS
Article 5. The expenses of the Permanent Office will be met
1. By a subvention from the International Institute of Statistics, the amount of which will be fixed by the General Assembly.
2. By the subventions which the Bureau of the Institute will ask from governments and societies.
3. by gifts and legacies.
4. By the proceeds from the sale of publications, etc.
Article 6. The financial administration of the Permanent Office is entirely distinct from the financial administration of the International Institute of Statistics. None of the funds at the disposal of the Permanent Office will be expended for any object except those enumerated in Article 1.Article 7. Annual reports upon the management of the Permanent Office and annual financial statements will be presented at each session of the Institute by the Secretary-General.Article 8. In the event of liquidation of the Permanent Office the General Assembly of the Institute will decide on the use of the assets and will name the persons to make the distribution. 1924--Joint resolution of Apr. 28, 1924. Joint Resolution authorizing appropriations for the maintenance by the United States of membership in the International Statistical Bureau at The Hague.43 Stat. L. 112.
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
International Institute of Intellectual Co-operation (League of Nations), Handbook of Reference Centres for International Affairs, Paris, 1931. 163 pp.
Methorst H. W., "Statement Relating to the Permanent Office of the International Institute of Statistics, London [1919]," League of Nations Conference on International Co-operation in Statistics Aug. 14 and 15, 1919, pp. 19-32.
U. S. Congress, House, Committee on Appropriations, Hearings on Department of State Appropriation Bill [fiscal year] 1926, pp. 66-67; 1927, pp. 177-78; 1928, pp. 128-30; 1929, pp. 183-84; 1930, pp. 140-41; 1931, p. 230; 1932, pp. 239-40; 1933, p. 315; 1934, p. 213; 1935, p. 141.

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