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International Conciliation will appear exactly as heretofore except that it will bear the imprint of the Division of Intercourse and Education of the Carnegie Endowment. It is the purpose of the following document to explain the organization and work of the Endowment and to offer the use of its various bureaus of information and publications to the readers of International Conciliation.

NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLER July, 1, 1924

OFFICERS

Trustees
President, ELIHU Root
Vice President, GEORGE GRAY
Secretary, James Brown Scott
Treasurer, ANDREW J. MONTAGUE

Assistant Treasurer, FREDERIC A. DELANO
EDGAR A. BANCROFT

ALFRED HOLMAN ROBERT S. BROOKINGS

WILLIAM M. HOWARD THOMAS BURKE

ROBERT LANSING NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLER FRANK 0, LOWDEN John W. DAVIS

ROBERT Newton Page ARTHUR WILLIAM FOSTER HENRY S. PRITCHETT Austen G. Fox

CORDENIO A. SEVERANCE ROBERT A. FRANKS

JAMES R. SHEFFIELD CHARLES S. HAMLIN

OSCAR S. STRAUS
DAVID JAYNE HILL

GEORGE SUTHERLAND
ROBERT S. WOODWARD

Executive Committee
ELIHU Root, Chairman

James Brown Scott, Secretary NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLER ANDREW J. MONTAGUE AUSTEN G. Fox

HENRY S. PRITCHETT

JAMES R. SHEFFIELD

Finance Committee

ROBERT A. FRANKS, Chairman EDGAR A. BANCROFT

FREDERIC A. DELANO

Former Members of the Board of Trustees ROBERT BACON, died May 29, 1919. JOHN L. CADWALADER, died March 11, 1914. JOSEPH H. CHOate, Vice President, died May 14, 1917. CLEVELAND H. DODGE, resigned April 7, 1919. Charles W. ELIOT, resigned April 16, 1919. JOHN W. FOSTER, died November 15, 1917. SAMUEL MATHER, resigned May 12, 1919. GEORGE W. PERKINS, died June 18, 1920. JACOB G. SCHMIDLAPP, died December 18, 1919. JAMES L. SLAYDEN, died February 24, 1924. ALBERT K. SMILEY, died December 2, 1912. CHARLES L. TAYLOR, died February 3, 1922. CHARLEMAGNE TOWER, Treasurer, died February 24, 1923. ANDREW D. White, died November 4, 1918. JOHN SHARP WILLIAMS, resigned December 7, 1922. LUKE E. WRIGHT, resigned April 13, 1918.

ADMINISTRATION
Secretary, JAMES BROWN Scott
Assistant Secretary, GEORGE A. FINCA

ffice, 2 Jackson Place, Washington, D. C.
Telephone, Main 3428
Cable, Interpax, Washington

DIVISIONAL ORGANIZATION

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DIVISION OF INTERCOURSE AND EDUCATION
Director, NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLER
Assistant to the Director, HENRY S. HASKELL
Division Assistant, Amy HEMINWAY JONES

Interamerican Section, Director, PETER H. GOLDSMITH
Office, 407 West 117th Street, New York City
Telephone, Cathedral, 4560
Cable, Interpax, New York

Special Correspondents
SIR WILLIAM J. COLLINS, M. P., London, England
F. W. FOERSTER, Lucerne, Switzerland. (Germany)
HELLMUT VON GERLACH, Berlin, Germany
EDOARDO GIRETTI, Bricherasio, Piedmont, Italy
CHRISTIAN L. LANGE, Geneva, Switzerland
T. MIyaoKA, Tokyo, Japan
OTFRIED NIPPOLD, Saarlouis, Territoire de la Sarre. (Switzerland)

European Organization

Advisory Council President, Baron Paul D'ESTOURNELLES DE CONSTANT, France BARON THEODOR ADELSWÄRD, MGR. SIMON DEPLOIGE, Sweden

Belgium
GUSTAV ADOR, SWITZERLAND SIR HENRY E. DUKE, England
PAUL APPELL, France

JEAN EFREMOFF, Russia
F. L. DE LA BARRA, Mexico FR. W. FOERSTER, Germany
E. BENES, Czechoslovakia HELLMUT VON GERLACH,
LÉON BOURGEOIS, France Germany
SIR WILLIAM J. COLLINS,

EDOARDO GIRETTI, Italy
England

JUSTIN GODART, France

1 Died May 15, 1924.

SIR SAMUEL JOHN GURNEY ALBERTO D'OLIVEIRA, Portugal HOARE, England

COMTE DE PENHA-GARCIA, Hans J. HORST, Norway

Portugal Paul HYMANS, Belgium JOSEF REDLICH, Austria WELLINGTON Koo, China CHARLES Richer, France HENRI LA FONTAINE, Belgium FRANCESCO RUFFINI, Italy ALFRED LAGERHEIM, Sweden His Highness PRINCE SAMAD Lou TSENG-TSIANG, China KHAN MONTAZOS SALTANEH, J. RAMSAY MacDONALD,

Persia England

Rr. Hon. BARON SHAW OF COUNT ALBERT VON

DUNFERMLINE, England MIENSDORF, Austria

COSME DE LA TORRIENTE,
T. MIYAOKA, Japan

Cuba
FRIDTJOF NANSEN, Norway W. F. TREUB, Holland
OTFRIED NIPPOLD, Switzerland ELEUTHERIOS VENIZELOS,
MINORU OKA, Japan

Greece
ANDRÉ Weiss, France
Executive Committee of the Advisory Council
Gustav ADOR, Switzerland
PAUL APPELL, France
JEAN EFREMOFF, Russia
BARON PAUL D'ÉSTOURNELLES DE CONSTANT, France!
ANDRÉ Weiss, France

European Bureau
President, Baron Paul D'ESTOURNELLES DE CONSTANT!
Vice President, JUSTIN GODART
Secretary General, Mlle. M. Th. PEYLADE
Auditor, Th. RUYSSEN

Office of Secretariat, 173 Boulevard St.-Germain, Paris, France
Telephone, Ségur 18.20
Cable, Interpax, Paris

Correspondents of the European Bureau
JACQUES DUMAS, Paris, France
NORMAN ANGELL, London, England
CHRISTIAN L. LANGE, Geneva, Switzerland
V. A. MAKLAKOFF, Russia
HENRI MONNIER, Switzerland
THÉODORE Ruyssen, France

Died May 15, 1924.

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DIVISION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW
Director, JAMES BROWN SCOTT
Assistant Director, GEORGE A. FINCH

Office, 2 Jackson Place, Washington, D. C.
Telephone, Main 3428

Cable, Interpax, Washington
General Adviser to the Division of International Law
L'INSTITUT DE DROIT INTERNATIONAL

through a
special Consultative Committee elected for this purpose
ENRICO L. CATELLANI, Italy
GREGERS W. W. GRAM, Norway
KNUT HJALMAR LEONARD HAMMARSKJÖLD, Sweden
SIR THOMAS ERSKINE HOLLAND, Great Britain
WILHELM KAUFMANN, Germany
BARON ALBÉRIC Rolin, Belgium
COUNT MICHEL J. C. RostwOROWSKI, Poland
LEO STRISOWER, Austria
CHARLES ANDRÉ Weiss, France

Classics of International Law General Editor, JAMES BROWN SCOTT, 2 Jackson Place, Washington, D. C.

Bibliothèque Internationale Française Under the direction of NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLER and James BROWN SCOTT

Academy of International Law at the Hague ESTABLISHED WITH THE COOPERATION OF THE CARNEGIE EN

DOWMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL PEACE

Members of the Curatorium
ALEJANDRO ALVAREZ, Chile
ENRICO L. CATELLANI, Italy
BARON DESCAMPS, Belgium
KNUT HJALMAR L'EONARD HAMMARSKJÖLD, Sweden
TH. HEEMSKERK, The Netherlands
CHARLES LYON-CAEN, France
LORD PHILLIMORE, England
NICOLAS S. Politis, Greece
WALTHER SCHÜCKING, Germany
JAMES BROWN SCOTT, United States
LEO STRISOWER, Austria
BARON MICHEL DE TAUBE, Russia

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