International Organizations in Which the United States Participates

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a study regarding the equitable use of the waters of the Rio Grande," and so forth.

44 Stat. L. 1403.

1932-- Act of June 30, 1932. An act making appropriations for the legislative branch of the government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1933, and for other purposes.

47 Stat. L. 417, Sec. 510.

1932-- Act of July 1, 1932. An act making appropriations for the Departments of State and Justice and for the Judiciary, and for the Departments of Commerce and Labor, for the fiscal, year ending June 30, 1933, and for other purposes.

47 Stat. L. 481.

1933-- Convention between the United States of America and Mexico for the rectification of the Rio Grande. Signed at Mexico City Feb. 1, 1933; ratification advised by the Senate, with amendment, Apr. 25, 1933; ratified by the President Oct. 20, 1933; ratifications exchanged at Washington Nov. 10, 1933; proclaimed by the President Nov. 13, 1933.

48 Stat. L. 1621.


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U. S. Congress, House, Committee on Appropriations, Diplomatic and Consular Service: References to Laws and Treaties Concerning Items of Annual Appropriation, 1921, pp. 19- 20.
-----, -----, -----, Hearings on Department of State Appropriation Bill, [fiscal year] 1923, pp. 26-30, 152-59; 1924, pp. 9, 58-60, 124-37; 1925, pp. 143-58, 268-70; 1926, pp. 45- 46; 1927, pp. 105-16, 183-89; 1928, pp. 96-99; 1929, pp. 155-61, 184-87, 274-77; 1930, pp. 121, 145-60; 1931, pp. 196-201, 231; 1932, p. 93; 1933, pp. 213-17; 1934, pp. 230-35; 1935, pp. 145-71.
-----, -----, -----, Hearings on Diplomatic and Consular if Appropriation Bill, [fiscal year] 1922, pp. 157-58.
-----, -----, -----, Hearings on First Deficiency Appropriation Bill, [fiscal year] 1928, pp. 652-54, 663-64.
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