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Annex 7
List Of Members Of Commissions

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Commission on, the League of Nations.

United States of America:

President Wilson,

Honorable Edward M. House. British Empire:

The Rt. Hon. The Lord Robert Cecil,

Lieutenant-General The Rt. Hon. J. C. Smuts. France:

Mr. Leon Bourgeois Ital

urgec Mr. Larnaude, Dean of the Faculty of Law of Paris.

aly:

Mr. Orlando,

Mr. Scialoja. Japan:

The Baron Makino,

The Viscount Chinda. Belgium:

Mr. Hymans. Brazil:

Mr. Epitacio Pessoa, Senator, former Minister of Justice. China:

Mr. Wellington Koo, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of China at Washington. Portugal:

Mr. Jayme Batalha Reis. Serbia:

Mr. Vesnitch.

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Commission on the Responsibility of the Authors of the War and the Enforcement of Penalties.

United States of America:

Honorable Robert Lansing.

Mr. James Brown Scott. British Empire:

The Rt. Hon. Sir Gordon Hewart, K. C, M. P., Attorney General, with the right of substituting.

The Rt. Hon. Sir Ernest Pollock, K. B. E., K. C, M. P. SolicitorGeneral.

The Rt. Hon. W. F. Massey. France:

Mr. Andr<i Tardieu,

Mr. Larnaude. Italy:

Mr. Scialoja,

Mr. Raimondo, Deputy.

Japan:

Mr. Adatei, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister'Plenipotentiary

of His Majesty the Emperor of Japan at Brussels. Mr. H. Nagaoka. Belgium:

Mr. Rolin-Jacquemyns, Secretary-General of the Belgian Delegation. Greece:

Mr. Politis. Poland:

Mr. Constantin Skirmunt, Member of the Polish National Committee, Representative of the Committee at Rome. Rottmania:

Mr. S. Rosental, Jurist.
Serbia:

Mr. Slobodan Yovanovitch, Rector of the University of Bel-
grade, with the right of substituting.
Mr. M. K. Koumanoudi, Professor of the University of Belgrade, or
Mr. M. M. Novacovitch, Professor of the University of Belgrade.

Commission on Reparation of Damage.

United States of America:

Mr. Bernard M. Baruch, President of the War Industries Board.

Mr. Norman H. Davis, Commission of Finance.

Mr. Vance McCormick, President of the War Trade Board. Great Britain:

The Rt. Hon. W. M. Hughes,

The Rt. Hon. The Lord Sumner of Ibstone, Lord of Appeal in Ordinary,

The Rt. Hon. The Lord CunlifTe, former Governor of the Bank of England. France:

Mr. L. L. Klotz,

Mr. Loucheur, Minister of Industrial Reconstruction,

Mr. Albert Lebrun, Minister of the Liberated Territories. Italy:

Mr. Salandra,

Mr. DAmelio, Councillor to the Court of Cassation,

Mr. E. Chiesa, Deputy. Japan:

Mr. Kengo-Mori, Financial Agent to the Embassy at London,

Mr. H. Nagaoka,

Mr. Tatumi, Administrator of the Yokohama Specie Bank. Belgium:

Mr. Van den Heuvel,

Mr. Despret, Advocate at the Court of Cassation, Administrator of the Bank of Brussels. Greece:

Mr. Romanos,

Mr. Michalakopoulos, Minister of State.

Poland:

Mr. Sigismond Chamiec, Director of the National Loan Bank,

Mr. Casimir Olszowski, Director of the Department of War Damage at the Ministry of Finance. Roumanian

Mr. Georges Danielpol, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of His Majesty the King of Roumania at Washington, former Director of the National Bank of Roumania.

Mr. P. Zahariade, Engineer, Inspector-General, former Director of the Railways. Serbia:

Mr. C. Stoyanovitch, Deputy,

Mr. Milosh Savtchitch, former Minister, with the Right to be Replaced by:

M. Dragoutine Provitch, Lawyer,

Dr. Vel Baikitch, Bank Director.

Commission on International Legislation on Labor.

United States of America:
Honorable Edward N. Hurley, President of the Shipping Board,
Mr. Samuel Gompers, President of the American .federation of
Labor.
Great Britain:
The Rt. Hon. G. N. Barnes,

Sir Malcolm Delevingne, K. C. B., Assistant Under-Secretary of
State for the Home Department.
France:
Mr. Colliard, Minister of Labor and Social Insurance,
Mr. Loucheur.
Italy:
Baron Mayor des Planches, Honorary Ambassador, Commissioner-
General of Emigration,
Mr. Cambirni, Deputy.
Japan:

Mr. Otchiai, Minister Plenipotentiary and Envoy Extraordinary of

His Majesty the Emperor of Japan at The Hague; Mr. Oka, former Director of Commercial and Industrial Affairs at the Ministry of Commerce. Belgium: Mr. Vandervelde,

Mr. Mahaim, Professor of the University of Liege, Secretary of the Belgian Section of the International Associaticn for the Legal Protection of Workers. Cuba:

Mr. Antonio Sanchez Bustamante. Poland: Mr. Jean Zoltowski, Member of the Polish National Committee (temporary Delegate). Gzecho-Slovak Republic: Mr. Benes.

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Commission on the International Control of Ports, Waterways, and

Railways.

United States of America:

Honorable Henry White,

Honorable David Hunter Miller. Great Britain:

The Hon. A. L. Sifton,

Sir Hubert Llewellyn-Smith, K. C. B., Permanent Secretary to the Board oi Trade. France:

Mr. Claveille, Minister of Public Works and Transport,

Mr. Andre1 Weiss, Professor at the Faculty of Law of Paris, Legal Adviser to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Italy:

Mr. Crespi, Minister of Food,

Mr. de Martino, Secretary-General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Japan:

Mr. K. Matsui,

Colonel Sato. Belgium:

Mr. Paul Segers, Minister of State. China:

Mr. Chenting Thomas Wang. Greece:

Mr. Coromilas, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of His Majesty the King of the Hellenes at Rome. Serbia:

Mr. Trumbitch. Uruguay:

Juan Carlos Blanco.

COMMISSION ON THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE AUTHORS OF THE WAR AND ON ENFORCEMENT OF PENALTIES

THE Preliminary Peace Conference at the plenary Session on the 25th January, 1919 (Minute No. 2), decided to create, for the purpose of enquiring into the responsibilities relating to the war, a Commission composed of fifteen members, two to De named by each of the Great Powers (United States of America, British Empire,. France, Italy and Japan) and five elected from among the Powers with special interests.

The Commission was charged to enquire into and report upon the following points:—

1. The responsibility of the authors of the war.

2. The facts as to breaches of the laws and customs of war com

mitted by the forces of the German Empire and their Allies, on land, on sea, and in the air during the present war.

3. The degree of responsibility for these offences attaching to

particular members of the enemy forces, including members of the General Staffs, and other individuals, however highly placed.

4. The constitution and procedure of a tribunal appropriate for

the trial of these offences.

5. Any other matters cognate or ancillary to the above which

may arise in the course of the enquiry, and which the Commission finds it useful and relevant to take into consideration. At a meeting of the Powers with special interests held on the 27th January, 1919, Belgium, Greece, Poland, Roumania and Serbia were chosen as the Powers who should name representatives. (Minute No. 2. Annex VI.)

After the several States had nominated their respective representatives, the Commission was constituted as follows:— United States of America: Hon. Robert Lansing. Major James Brown Scott. British Empire:

The Rt. Hon. Sir Gordon Hewart, K. C, M. P.

or
Sir Ernest Pollock, K. B. E., K. C, M. P.
The Rt. Hon. W. F. Massey.
France:

Mr. Andre* Tardieu.

(Alternate: Captain R. Masson.)
Mr. F. Larnaude.

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