« PreviousContinue »
International responsibility in Haiti and Santo Domingo. Philip Marshall Brown.. 433
The thirtieth conference of the International Law Association. Charles Noble
.85, 277, 457, 646
101, 296, 476, 668
French Council of Prizes:
In re the United Combed Wool Spinning Mills of Schaffhausen and Derendingen..
Arbitral Tribunal at The Hague:
Award in the matter of the “French claims against Peru".....
International Commission of Inquiry at The Hague:
Report concerning the loss of the Dutch steamer "Tubantia”.
BOARD OF EDITORS OF THE AMERICAN JOURNAL
OF INTERNATIONAL LAW
CHANDLER P. ANDERSON, New York, N. Y.
Editor-in-Chief JAMES BROWN SCOTT, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace,
Washington, D. C.
Secretary of the Board of Editors and Business Manager
The AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL Law is supplied to all members of the American Society of International Law without extra charge, as the membership fee of five dollars per annum includes the right to all issues of the JOURNAL published during the year for which the dues are paid. (Members residing in foreign countries pay one dollar extra per annum for foreign postage.)
The annual subscription to non-members of the Society is five dollars per annum (one dollar extra is charged for foreign postage) and should be placed with the American Society of International Law, 2 Jackson Place, Washington, D. C.
Single copies of the JOURNAL will be supplied by the Society at $1.25 per copy.
Applications for membership in the Society, correspondence with reference to the JOURNAL, and books for review should be sent to James Brown Scott, Editor-in-Chief, 2 Jackson Place, Washington, D. C.