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PUBLICATION No. 437

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PROMOTION OF PEACE

ARBITRATION, CONCILIATION, AND JUDICIAL

SETTLEMENT

BILATERAL TREATIES OF ARBITRATION AND CONCILIATION

United States-Egypt

On January 18, 1933, the President approved the appointment of the Honorable James R. Sheffield, former Ambassador to Mexico, as American national member of the conciliation commission existing by virtue of the conciliation treaty between the United States and Egypt, signed at Washington August 27, 1929.4 United States-Finland

The President approved on January 18, 1933, the appointment of the Honorable Dana G. Munro, former Minister to Haiti, as American national member of the conciliation commission provided for by the conciliation treaty with Finland, signed at Washington June 7, 1928. United States-Greece 2

On January 18, 1933, the President approved the appointment of the Honorable Lloyd D. Griscom, former Ambassador to Brazil and to Italy, as American national member of the conciliation commission provided for by the conciliation treaty between the United States and Greece, signed at Washington June 19, 1930. United States-Peru

On February 23, 1933, the President appointed Mr. David Stanley Smith, a Justice of the Supreme Court of New Zealand, as American nonnational member of the conciliation commission provided for by the conciliation treaty with Peru, signed at Lima July 14, 1914. United States-Rumania

On January 18, 1933, the President approved the appointment of the Honorable William Cameron Forbes, former Ambassador to Japan, as American national member of the conciliation commis

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