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INTERNATIONAL PRISON COMMISSION

Commissioner on the part of the United States: B. Ogden Chisolm, of New York

INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURE AT ROME

(Convention of June 7, 1905)
Member of the Permanent Committee: Asher Hobson, of Washington

INTERNATIONAL OFFICE OF PUBLIC HEALTH AT PARIS

(Convention of December 9, 1907) Representative of the United States: Surgeon Walter W. King, of the Public Health Service

PAN AMERICAN COMMITTEE OF THE UNITED STATES

David P. Barrows
Robert S. Brookings
William Eric Fowler
Harry A. Garfield

J. Charles Linthicum
George H. Moses
Frank C. Partridge
Atlee Pomerene

Stephen G. Porter
Leo S. Rowe
George E. Vincent

MIXED TRIBUNALS OF EGYPT

In 1876, as the result of negotiations between the Ottoman and Egyptian Governments and the various Christian powers represented at Cairo, courts were created in Egypt having sole jurisdiction in the trial of civil and commercial causes arising between natives and foreigners or between foreigners of different nationality, in all questions of real estate, and in suits of foreigners against the Egyptian Government or members of the Khedival (now Royal) family. These mixed tribunals, in matters within their exclusive jurisdiction, are taking the place of the consular courts which continue to exercise general criminal jurisdiction over their nationals, to decide matters involving the civil status of their nationals, and to adjudicate civil and commercial suits to which their nationals exclusively are parties. There are three tribunals of original jurisdiction (first instance), one each at Cairo, Alexandria, and Mansura, and a court of appeals at Alexandria. The judiciary is made up of forei and Egyptian judges, at present 65 in nun er, 16 of whom serve on the bench of the court of appeals. Judgments in the lower courts are rendered by three judges, of whom two are foreigners, in the court of appeals by five judges, of whom three are foreigners. The foreign judges are appointed by the King of Egypt on the recommendation of their respective governments. The United States is represented in these courts by the following judges:

Court of appeals: Jasper Yeates Brinton, of Pennsylvania (appointed 1921)
Courts of first instance: Pierre Crabités, of Louisiana (appointed 1911),; Robert Llewellyn

Henry, of Louisiana (appointed 1924)

UNITED STATES MEMBERS OF THE PERMANENT COURT OF ARBITRATION

(Convention Signed at The Hague, July 29, 1899)

Elihu Root, formerly Secretary of State, Secretary of War, and United States Senator
John Bassett Moore, professor of international law and diplomacy at Columbia University;

formerly Counselor for the Department of State Charles Evans Hughes, formerly Governor of the State of New York, Associate Justice of the

Supreme Court, and Secretary of State

XXVII. FOREIGN EMBASSIES AND LEGATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES

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First secretary and chargé The Argonne.

d'affaires ad interim (July

20, 1925).
Attaché in charge of legation The Fairfax.
(October 25, 1927).

Rooms 940-944 Invest.

ment Building. E. E. and M. P...

Fifteenth and Chapin

Streets.
First secretary

2400 Sixteenth Street. Attaché...

2013 New Hampshire

Avenue.
Fifteenth and Chapin

Streets.
Consul general in New York

City in charge of legation
(Nov. 17, 1927).

1650 Broadway, New

York City.
E. E. and M. P..

1709 Massachusetts Ave. Secretary of legation...

Wardman Park Hotel. 1709 Massachusetts Ave

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France.

Mar. 28, 1927.

Mr. Paul Claudel.

Ambassador E. and P.

2460 Sixteenth Street. Count de Sartiges.

Counselor of embassy..

1853 Vernon Street, Brig. Gen. George A. L, Dumont.

Military attaché.

Wardman Park Hotel. Mr. Jules Henry.

First secretary of embassy. 1860 California Street. Commander Louis Sable.

Naval Attaché...

1810 Wyoming Avenue. Mr. Robert Lacour-Gayet..

Financial attaché.

Wardman Park Hotel.
Mr. Maurice Garreau-Dombasle.

Commercial attaché...
Mr. Frederic Knobel...

Second secretary of embassy.- 1926 Belmont Road.
Major Georges Thenault.

Assistant military attaché for 2919 Dumbarton Avenue.

aeronautics.
Major E. Lombard..

Assistant military attaché..... 1715 N Street.
Engineer Lieutenant Paul Duban..

Assistant naval attaché. 1712 Sixteenth Street,
Mr. Hubert F. Dussol.

Secretary of embassy.

1631 Euclid Street. Office of military attaché..

The Portner, 2015 Fil

teenth Street.
Office of naval attaché..

The Argonne.
Office of commercial attaché..

46 East Twenty-fifth

Street, New York City, Office of financial attaché.

35 Nassau Street, New

York City
Office of embassy....

2460 Sixteenth Street.

Ambassador E. and P....
Herr 0. C. Kiep.

Counselor of embassy and Wardman Park Hotel,

chargé d'affaires ad interim

(July 5, 1927). Herr Rudolf Leitner..

First secretary of embassy.... Wardman Park Hotel, Herr Martin Schlimpert.

Secretary of embassy.

1600 Sixteenth Street, Herr Emil L. Baer....

Secretary of embassy.

Wardman Park Hotel. Herr Edwart von Selzam.

Secretary of embassy.

Chevy Chase Club. Herr Johann G. Lohmann.

Secretary of embassy.

3007 Porter Street. Herr Wolfgang Gans Edler Herr zu Putlitz. Attaché.

Racquet Club.
Office of embassy....

1439 Massachusetts Ave.

Germany..

Country and date of

presentation

Name

Rank

Address

Great Britain..

Mar. 5, 1924.

The Right Hon. Sir Esme Howard, G.C.M. Ambassador E. and P. 1300 Connecticut Avenue.

G., K. C. B., C. V. O.
Mr. Henry Chilton, C. M. G., E. E. and Acting counselor of embassy.- 1812 R Street.

M. P.
Colonel L. H. R. Pope-Hennessy, D. S. 0.- Military attaché.

2125 Le Roy Place.
Captain, The Honorable A. Stopford, C. M. Naval attaché....

2336 Massachusetts Ave. G., R. N. Wing Commander T. G. Hetherington, C. Air attaché.

1529 New Hampshire B. E.

Avenue.
Sir John Joyce Broderick, K. B. E., C.M.G. Commercial counselor of em- 1700 Rhode Island Ave.

bassy.
Mr. Ronald Ian Campbell.

First secretary

2100 Massachusetts Ave. Mr. J. Balfour.

First secretary.

2314 Tracy Place. Sir Adrian William Maxwell Baillie, Bart.-- Second secretary.

2314 Tracy Place. Engineer Captain Albert Knothe, R. N... Assistant naval attaché. Wardman Park Hotel. Major W. H. S. Alston, M. C..

Assistant military attaché.. The Anchorage, 1900 Q

Street,
Mr. A. J. Pack....

Commercial secretary

2314 Tracy Place. Mr. Henry L. d'A. Hopkinson...

Third secretary.

1727 Nineteenth Street. Mr. Michael Wright..

Third secretary.

1919 Q Street. Mr. Leander McCormick-Goodhart, O. B. E. Commercial secretary Langley Park, Hyatts

ville, Md., and May.

flower Hotel. Mr. H. H. Sims..

Attaché.

1824 R Street. Office of embassy.

1301 Nineteenth Street.

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