International Organizations in Which the United States Participates

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amounted to less than half of the appropriation and for 1927 to less than one-quarter of the sum available.
DOCUMENTS
1905--Convention for the creation of an International Institute of Agriculture. Signed at Rome June 7, 1905; ratification advised by the Senate June 27, 1906; ratified by the President July 7, 1906; ratification of the United States deposited with the government of Italy Aug. 13, 1906; proclaimed Jan. 29, 1908.35 Stat. L. 1918; Malloy, Treaties, U.S., 1776-1909, Vol. 2, p. 2140; British and Foreign State Papers, Vol. 100, p. 595; Great Britain, Treaty Series No. 17 ( 1910) 1926--Protocol regarding the convention of June 7, 1905 for the creation of the International Institute of Agriculture. Signed at Rome Apr. 21, 1926.10 Hudson, International Legislation, Vol. 3, p. 1857; League of Nations Treaty Series, Vol. 88, p. 410.
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Agresti Olivia Rosetti, "David Lubin and the International Institute of Agriculture," Agricultural Gazette of Canada, August 1920, Vol. 7, pp. 702-04.
Chimirri Bruno, "L'Instituto internazionale di agricolturo," Nuova antologia, May 16, 1908, Vol. 219, pp. 350-56.
Dalla Richard Volta, "L'Institut international d'agriculture," Revue d'économie politique, July 1905, Vol. 19, pp. 597-621.
Dop Louis, "L'Institut international d'agriculture," La Vie internationale, 1912, Vol. 1, pp. 429-53.
-----, Le Présent et l'avenir de l'institut international d'agreculture, Institut international d'agriculture, Rome, 1912. 61 pp.
Ferraris Maggiorino, "L'Instituto internazionale di agricoltura ed i suoi lavori," Nuova antologia, April 1914, Vol. 254, pp. 450-65.
-----, "Vittorio Emanuele III e la politica agraria," Nuova antologia, Feb. 15, 1905, Vol. 199, pp. i-xiv.
"The First Decade of the International Institute of Agriculture,"
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Ratification advised by the Senate May 1, 1934. Up to Sept. 1, 1934 the President had not ratified the protocol and consequently it was not in force as regards the United States.

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