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ARTICLE 55. All questions shall be decided by a majority of the judges present at the hearing.

In the event of an equality of votes, the President or his deputy shall have a casting vote.

ARTICLE 56.
The judgment shall state the reasons on which it is based.

It shall contain the names of the judges who have taken part in the decision.

ARTICLE 57.

If the judgment does not represent in whole or in part the unanimous opinion of the judges, dissenting judges are entitled to deliver a separate opinion.

ARTICLE 58. The judgment shall be signed by the President and by the Registrar. İt shall be read in open Court, due notice having been given to the agents.

ARTICLE 59. The decision of the Court has no binding force except between the parties and in respect of that particular case.

ARTICLE 60. The judgment is final and without appeal. In the event of dispute as to the meaning or scope of the judgment, the Court shall construe it upon the request of any party.

ARTICLE 61. An application for revision of a judgment can be made only when it is based upon the discovery of some fact of such a nature as to be a decisive factor, which fact was, when the judgment was given, unknown to the Court and also to the party claiming revision, always provided that such ignorance was not due to negligence.

The proceedings for revision will be opened by a judgment of the Court expressly recording the existence of the new fact, recognising that it has such a character as to lay the case open to revision, and declaring the application admissible on this ground.

The Court may require previous compliance with the terms of the judgment before it admits proceedings in revision.

The application for revision must be made at latest within six months of the discovery of the new fact.

No application for revision may be made after the lapse of ten years from the date of the sentence.

ARTICLE 62. Should a State consider that it has an interest of a legal naturo which may be affected by the decision in the case, it may submit a request to the Court to be permitted to intervene as a third party.

It will be for the Court to decide upon this request.

ARTICLE 63.

Whenever the construction of a convention to which States other than those concerned in the case are parties is in question, the Registrar shall notify all such States forthwith.

Every State so notified has the right to intervene in the proceedings: but if it uses this right, the construction given by the judgment will be equally binding upon it.

ARTICLE 64.

Unless otherwise decided by the Court, each party shall bear its own costs.

RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE SALARIES OF THE MEMBERS OF THE

PERMANENT COURT OF INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE.

Passed by the Assembly of the League of Nations, Geneva, December 18th,

1920.

.......

The Assembly of the League of Nations, in conformity with the provisions of Article 32 of the Statute, fixes the salaries and allowances of members of the Permanent Court of International Justice as follows: President:

Dutch florins. Annual salary....

15, 000 Special allowance...........

45, 000 Total........... .....

60,000 Vice-President: Annual salary...

15, 000 Duty-allowance (200 X 150).......

30,000 (maximum) Total.. Ordinary Judges: Annual salary......

15, 000 Duty-allowance (200 X 100).....

20,000 (maximum) Total.

35,000 Deputy-Judges: Duty-allowance (200 X 150).........

.......... 30,000 (maximum) Duty allowances are payable from the day of departure until the return of the beneficiary.

An additional allowance of 50 florins per day is assigned for each day of actual presence at The Hague to the Vice-President and to the ordinary and deputy-judges.

Allowances and salaries are free of all tax.

45,000

........

67TH CONGRESS

4th Session

SENATE

SENATE

S DOCUMENT 1 No. 310

FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD

CONFERENCE

MINUTES

OF
CONFERENCE WITH THE FEDERAL RESERVE
BOARD OF THE FEDERAL ADVISORY COUNCIL
AND THE CLASS A DIRECTORS OF THE

FEDERAL RESERVE BANKS

HELD AT WASHINGTON, D. C.

MAY 18, 1920

PRESENTED BY MR. GLASS
FEBRUARY 24, 1923.-Ordered to be printed

WASHINGTON
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

S D—67-4—vol 12—64

BEFORE THE FEDERAL, RESERVE BOARD.

CONFERENCE WITH THE FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD OF THE

FEDERAL ADVISORY COUNCIL AND THE CLASS A DIRECTORS OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANKS.

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WASHINGTON, D. C., Tuesday, May 18, 1920. The conference convened at the offices of Governor Harding, Treasury Building, Washington, D. C., on Tuesday, May 18, 1920, at 10.30 o'clock a. m., Hon. W. P. G. Harding, Governor of the Fed. eral Reserve Board, presiding.

Appearances:
Hon. Adolph C. Miller, member of the Federal Reserve Board.
Hon. Henry A. Mohlenpah, member of the Federal Reserve Board.

Hon. John Skelton Williams, Comptroller of the Currency and member ex-officio of the Federal Reserve Board.

Ilon. David F. Houston, Secretary of the Treasury and member ex-officio of the Federal Reserve Board.

George L. Harrison, counsel, Federal Reserve Board. Also the members of the Federal Advisory Council:

Philip Stockton, Federal reserve district No. 1.
A. B. Hepburn, Federal reserve district No. 2.
L. L. Rue, Federal reserve district No. 3.
W. S. Rowe, Federal reserve district No. 4.
J. G. Brown, Federal reserve district No. 5.
Oscar Wells, Federal reserve district No. 6.
James B. Forgan, Federal reserve district No. 7.
F. O. Watts, Federal reserve district No. 8.
E. F. Swinney, Federal reserve district No. 10.
R. L, Ball, Federal reserve district No. 11.
A. L. Mills, Federal reserve district No. 12. Present also:
J. H. Puelicher, Marshall & Ilsley Bank, Milwaukee, Wis.

John Perrin, chairman of the board and Federal reserve agent, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.

Hon. Edmund Platt, chairman of the Banking and Currency Committee, House of Representatives.

Also the following class A directors of the Federal reserve banks:

Boston: Thomas Beal, Edward S. Kennard, and Frederick S. Chamberlain.

New York: James A. Alexander, R. H. Treman, Charles Smith, and J. H. Sisson.

Philadelphia: Joseph Wayne, jr., M. J. Murphy, and Francis Douglas.

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