60 Am. J. Int'l L. 155 (1966)
Official Documents--United Nations

handle is hein.journals/ajil60 and id is 169 raw text is: OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS*
UNITED NATIONS
REPORT OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION
ON THE WORK OF ITS SEVENTEENTH SESSION, MAY 3-JULY 9, 1965 *
C-A TE I
ORGANIZATION OF THE SESSION
1. The International Law Commission, established in pursuance of Gen-
eral Assembly Resolution 174 (II) of 21 November 1947, and in accord-
ance with its Statute annexed thereto, as subsequently amended, held the
first part of its Seventeenth Session at the European Office of the United
Nations from 3 Mlay to 9 July 1965. The work of the Commission during
this part of the Seventeenth Session is described in this report. Chapter
II of the report contains a description of the Commission's work on the
law of treaties and twenty-five articles, consisting of general provisions
and provisions on the conclusion of treaties, reservations, entry into force
and registration, correction of errors and the functions of depositaries.
Chapter III contains a description of the Commission's work on special
missions and forty-four articles, with commentaries on the topic of special
missions; sixteen of these articles were provisionally adopted by the Com-
mission at its Sixteenth Session in 1964, and twenty-eight articles at the
present session. Chapter IV relates to the programme of work and or-
ganization of future sessions of the Commission. Chapter V deals with
a number of administrative and other questions.
A. MEMBERSHIP AND ATTENDANCE
2. The Commission consists of the following members:
Mr. Roberto AGo (Italy)
Mr. Gilberto AmADo (Brazil)
Mr. Milan BARTog (Yugoslavia)
Mr. Mohammed BEDJAOUI (Algeria)
Mr. Herbert W. BRIGGS (United States of America)
ir. Marcel CADmUX     (Canada)
Mr. Erik CASTRPN (Finland)
* Obtained and prepared by 1. 1. Baxter of the Board of Editors.
 U.N. General Assembly, 20th Sess., Official Records, Supp. No. 9 (A/6009). For
reports of the International Law Commission covering its previous sessions, see Supple-
ments to this JOURNAL, Vol. 44 (1950), pp. 1, 105; Vol. 45 (1951), p. 103; Vol. 47
(1953), p. 1; Vol. 48 (1954), p. 1; Vol. 49 (1955), p. 1; and Official Documents, Vol.
50 (1956), p. 190; Vol. 51 (1957), p. 154; Vol. 52 (1958), p. 177; Vol. 53 (1959),
p. 230; Vol. 54 (1960), p. 229; Vol. 55 (1961), p. 223; Vol. 56 (1962), p. 268; Vol.
57 (1963), p. 190; Vol. 58 (1964), p. 241; Vol. 59 (1965), pp. 203, 434.

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