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2732 INTERNATIONAL LABOR ORGANIZATION. JUNE 28,1919. A,ldressing commu- nications. SeUlement JlUte.~. of dis- Les frois de cette premiere ses- sion et de toute session ulterieure jusqu'au moment OU les credits necessaires auront pu etre in- scrits au budget de la Societe des Nations, it l'exception ~es frai;:; de deplacement des delegues et des conseillers techniques, seront re- partis entre les Membres dans les proportions etablies pour Ie Bu- reau international de l'Union pos- tale universelle. ARTICLE 425. Jusqu'a ce que la Societe des Nations ait ete constituee toutes communications qui devraient etre adresseas, en vertu des arti- cles precedents, au Secretaire ge- neral de la Societe seront conser- veas par Ie Directcur du Bureau international du travail, lequel en donners connaissance au Secre- taire general. ARTICLE 426. Jusqu'a la creation de la Cour permanente de justice interna- tionale, les differends qui doivent lui etre soumis en vertu de la presente Partie du present Traite seront deferes a un tribunal forme de trois personnes designees par Ie Conseil de la Societe des Nations. ANNEXE. "F irst bDl1fl3l Labor p ,:1 • de 1 fY .-If.- C()nference. l!I19. rem~"re 8e88~on a \..tonJ~rence du tra'mil, 1919. I'lace ()f m!:(·ting. Le lieu de la Conference sera Washington. Le Gouvernement des Etats- Unis d'Amerique sera prie de convoquer Is Conference. International Ol'!!an- LC't~'te t'ald' izing Committee. e OIDl" In rna Ion orga- nisation sera compose de sept personnes designees respective- ment par les Gouvernements des Etats-Unis, de la Grande-Bre- The expenses of the first meet- ing and of all subsequent meetings held before the League of Nations has been able to establish a gen. eral fund, other than the expenses of Delegates and their advisers, 'will be borne by the :Members in accordance with the apportion- Inent of the expenses of the International Bureau of the Uni- versol Postal Union. AR'I'lCLE 425. Until the League of Nations has been constituted all communica- tions which under the provisions of the foregoing Articles should be addressed to the Secretary- General of the League will be preserved by the Director of the International Labour Office, who will transmit them to the Secre- tary-General of the League. ARTICLE 426. Pending the creation of a Per- manent Court of International Justice, disputes which in accord- ance with this Part of the present Treaty would be submitted to it for decision will be referred to a tribunal of three persons ap- pointed by the Council of the League of N atior..s. ANNEX. First meeting oj annual Labour ConJerence, 1919. The place of meeting will be Washington. The Government of the United States of America is requested to convene the Conference. The International Organising Committee will consist of seven Members, appointed by the United. States of America, Great Britain, France, Italy, Japan,