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  1. For text of treaty, see Foreign Relations, 1922, vol. i, p. 247.
  2. For previous correspondence concerning control of traffic in arms, see Foreign Relations, 1924, vol. i, pp. 17 ff. For proceedings of the Conference, see League of Nations, Proceedings of the Conference for the Supervision of the International Trade in Arms and Ammunition and in Implements of War (A. 13. 1925. IX).
  3. For previous correspondence concerning the revision of rules of warfare, see Foreign Relations, 1923, vol. i, pp. 47 ff.
  4. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1924, vol. i, pp. 135 142.
  5. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1924, vol. i, pp. 154 157.
  6. For previous correspondence concerning the adherence of the Soviet Union to the treaty, see Foreign Relations, 1924, vol. i, pp. 1 ff.
  7. The first international telegraph conference was held at St. Petersburg in 1875, the second at Lisbon in 1908; see Documents de la Conférence Télégraphique Internationale de Lisbonne (Berne, Bureau International de l’Union Télégraphique, 1909).
  8. The First International Radiotelegraph Conference met at Berlin in 1906; see Foreign Relations, 1912, pp. 444 ff., and Documents de la Conference Radiotélégraphique Internationale de Berlin, 1906, Publiés par le Département des Posts de l’Empire d’Allemagne (Berlin, 1906). The Second Conference met at London in 1912; see Foreign Relations, 1913, pp. 1375 ff. and Documents de la Conférence Radiotélégraphique Internationale de Londres (Berne, Bureau International de l’Union Télégraphique, 1913).
  9. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1923, vol. i, pp. 364 ff.

    Among the Chilean governmental publications relating to the award and plebiscite are: Tacna-Arica Arbitration: The Case of the Republic of Chile, etc. [Washington (?), 1923]; The Appendix to the Case of the Republic of Chile, etc. [Washington (?), 1923]; The Counter-Case of the Republic of Chile, etc. [Washington (?), 1924]; The Appendix to the Counter-Case of the Republic of Chile, etc. [Washington (?), 1924]; and Notes on the Peruvian Case and Appendix, Submitted with the Counter Case of the Republic of Chile, etc. [Washington (?), 1924].

    Among the Peruvian governmental publications relating to the award and plebiscite are: Arbitration between Peru and Chile: The Case of Peru, etc. (Washington, 1923); Appendix to the Case of Peru, etc. (Washington, 1923); The Counter Case of Peru, etc. (Washington, 1924); and Appendix to the Counter Case of Peru, etc. (Washington, 1924). Also El Arbitraje de Tacna y Arica: Actas de las Comisión Plebiscitaria, 2 vols. (Lima, Imprenta Torres Aguirre, 1928); Documentos relativos al plebiscite de Tacna y Arica, 6 vols. (Lima, Casa. Editora “La Opinion Nacional”, 1926); and El proceso de Tacna y Arica (1925–1927): reseña de las principalis sucesos, etc. (Lima, Casa Editora “La Opinion Nacional”, 1927).

    Although it is not printed as a government publication, the following should be added to the foregoing publications: Memoria presentada al Supremo Gobierno por el Miembra-Representante de Chile en las Comisión Plebiscitaria (Arbitraje de Tacna y Arica), etc. (Santiago, Soc. Imp. “Universo”, 1926).

  10. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1924, vol. i, pp. 293 304.