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June 14, 1924


JAMA. 1924;82(24):1980-1981. doi:10.1001/jama.1924.02650500076023

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The Health Committee of the League of Nations  The Health Committee of the League of Nations has just held its second session in Paris, under the chairmanship of Dr. Madsen of Denmark. Complying with the request of the Netherlands that something be done to bring relief from the excessive sanitary requirements that at present impede maritime commerce between nations, the committee has decided to recommend to the governments the conclusion of special arrangements; to study into practical measures that would naturally facilitate the conclusion of such arrangements, and to offer its services to the governments as a board of arbitration in case difficulties should arise in the application of the arrangements.The committee, acting in accordance with requests received from the governments mainly concerned, has decided to propose to the Council of the League of Nations that the port of Singapore be established as the seat of a bureau of

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