LATIN AMERICA: Pan-American Conference


Pan-American Conference

The results of the Fifth Pan-American Conference (which was concluded in May) are summed up by the U. S. State Department:

A Treaty. All disputes arising between American States that cannot be settled through diplomatic channels shall be submitted to a commission of investigation and inquiry. The commission will be composed of five members, Americans; their reports, which will not be considered arbitral settlements, must be rendered within one year.

Trade Mark Revision. The revision of the Trade Mark Convention of 1910 affords all the protection that can be...

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