International Organizations in Which the United States Participates

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Salvador (signatory) $ 370.35 Venezuela (signatory) $ 650.79
United States of America
(signatory) 28,774.74. Total $52,196.13
Uruguay (signatory) 388.79
The annual appropriations by the United States for the support of the Bureau were $2,380.79 for 1905 to 1922) $11,323.16 for 1923, $11,154.29 for 1924 and 1925, $29,222.32 for 1926 and 1927, $28,912.88 for 1928, $29,055.14 for 1929, $28,597.92 for 1930, $28,774.74 for 1931 and 1932, $29,986.70 for 1933, $30,024.11 for 1934, and $30,236.51 for 1935.All of the signatory states have ratified the convention with the exception of Argentina, Guatemala, and Paraguay, in which countries the provisions of the code have been put in force by executive order pending legislative action.
DOCUMENT
1924--Pan American sanitary convention. Signed at Habana Nov. 14, 1924; ratification advised by the Senate Feb. 23, 1925; ratified by the President Mar. 28, 1925; ratification of the United States deposited with the government of Cuba Apr. 13, 1925; proclaimed Apr. 28, 1925.44 Stat. L. 2031; Hudson, International Legislation, Vol. 2, p. 1508; League of Nations Treaty Series, Vol. 86, p. 43; Revista de derecho internacional, Vol. 7, p. 148.
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Cumming H. S., "The International Sanitary Bureau and the International Sanitary Convention of Pan American Republics," League of Nations, [Provisional] Health Committee, Minutes of Sixth Session, pp. 85-90. (C. 424 M. 187. 1923. III.)
Hampton Brock C., "International Health Organizations," U. S. Public Health Service, Public Health Reports, Aug. 21, 1925, Vol. 40, Pt. 1, pp. 1719 ff.

The Pan American Sanitary Bureau and the International Sanitary Conferences of American Republics, pp. 1743-61.

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