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deplorable at this time. If the exclusion provision stood alone I should disapprove it without hesitation, if sought in this way at this time. But this Bill is a comprehensive measure dealing with the whole subject of immigration and setting up the necessary administrative machinery. The present Quota Act, of 1921, will terminate on June 30th next. It is of great importance that a comprehensive measure should take its place, and that the arrangements for its administration should be provided at once in order to avoid hardship and confusion. I must therefore consider the Bill as a whole, and the imperative need of the country for legislation of this general character. For this reason the Bill is approved.
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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. MIYAKA, Tokyo, Japan OTFRIED NIPPOLD, Saarlouis, Territoire de la Sarre. (Switzerland)
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LIST OF PUBLICATIONS International Conciliation appeared under the imprint of the American Association for International Conciliation, No. 1, April
, 1907 to No. 199, June, 1924. These documents present the views of distinguished leaders of opinion of many countries on vital international problems and reproduce the texts of official treaties, diplomatic correspondence and draft plans for international projects such as the Permanent Court of International Justice. The most recent publications are listed below. A complete list will be sent upon application to International Conciliation, 407 West 117th Street, New York City. 191. Debate on Disarmament in the House of Commons, July 23, 1923. Re
printed from the London Times, July 24, 1923.
October, 1923. 192. The Development of the International Mind; An Address delivered
before the Academy of International Law at The Hague, July 20, 1923,
November, 1923. 193. Documents regarding the European Economic Situation. Series No.
III; Correspondence between Germany, the Allied Powers and the United States, relating to Reparations. Speech of General Smuts in London, October 23, 1923.
December, 1923. 194. The Centenary of the Monroe Doctrine, by Charles Evans Hughes.
An address delivered before the American Academy of Political and Social Science at Philadelphia, November 30, 1923; American Coöper. ation for World Peace, by David Jayne Hill.
January, 1924. 195. The Winning Plan selected by the Jury of the American Peace Award.
February, 1924. 196. Report upon Health, Sickness and Hunger among German Children,
by Haven Emerson, M.D., Professor of Public Health Administration, Columbia University.
March, 1924. 197. The Permanent Court of International Justice, by John Bassett Moore.
The United States and the Court. Information regarding the Court.
April, 1924. 198. Maps showing Territorial Changes since the World War, the Transfer of the German Cables and the
League of Nations in 1923, compiled by Lawrence Martin, Washington, D. C.
May, 1924 199. Summary of Part 1 of the Report of the First (Dawes) Committee of
Experts. Questions resulting from the Corfu Incident Submitted Sep
June, 1934. 200. The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: Organization and
Work, compiled by Amy Heminway Jones, Division Assistant.
July, 1924. 201. A Practical Plan for Disarmament: Draft Treaty of Disarmament and
Security, Submitted to the League of Nations by an American Group: with introduction and Commentary by James Thomson Shotwell.
August, 1924. 202. An Analysis of the American Immigration Act of 1924, by John B. Trevor,
M.A., formerly Captain Military Intelligence Division, U.S.A., Cheva. lier de la Légion d'Honneur.