International Organizations in Which the United States Participates

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opened in the bank and in the currency designated each year by the Commission for Auditing of Accounts.
Article 14. The accounts will be audited every year by the Commission for Auditing of Accounts.
Article 15. (Provisional.) The Commission on Documents and Regulations is temporarily at the disposal of the Committee for the study of any amendments or additions to be made in the text of these by- laws.

That study may be taken up at any time by the President of the Commission at the request of the President of the Committee.


SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
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Comité international technique d'expert juridiques aériens, Le Comité international technique d'experts juridiques aériens (C.I.T.E.J.A.), son origine, son but, son œuvre, Comité international technique d'experts juridiques aériens, Paris, [ 1931] 30 pp.
-----, Compte rendu, 1926 to date.
-----, Liste des expert délégués . . . Programme des travaux et composition des commission, règlement intérieur du C.I.T.E.J.A., 1932. 14 pp.
"Le Comité international technique d'expert juridiques aériens," Revue aéronautique internationale, September 1931, Vol. 1, pp. 12-13.
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France, Ministère des affaires étrangères, Conférence internationale de droit privé aérien, 27 octobre-6 novembre 1925, Imprimerie nationale, Paris, 1926. 87 pp. Also preliminary edition in mimeographed form with printed cover, and dated 1925.

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