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No. , 1920, No. , 1920, No. , 1923, No. 16; as to ratification see, Commonwealth of Australia, Pari. Papers, 1920-21, No. 108; Ca nada, Sessional Papers, 1919, Special Session, No. 41j, p. 9; Kew Zealand, Journals of House of Representatives, 1919, p. 16. , First Lord of His Treasury and Prime Minister; .... [names of the other British delegates follow]; And for the Dominion of Canada, by: .... ; for the Commonwealth of Australia, by: for the Union of South Africa, by: .... ; for the Dominion of New Zealand, by: ....
5? Cnited Nations Legislative Series, Laws and Practices Concerning the Conclusion 0/ Treaties (i'\ew York, 1953); ST/LEG,'Ser. , 1952); see abo J. E. S. Fawcett, "Treaty Relations of British Overseas Territories," 26 B. L. 86-107 (1949); R. Y. Jennings, "The Commonwealth and International Law," 30 B. L. 320-54 (1953); Arnold McNair, Tlte Law 0/ Treaties (Oxford, 1961), pp. 641ff. 58 :\Icmorandum of July 21, 1952, from the Government of Canada, document cited n. 57, supra, p. 24; sec a1so David H..
61. 17 Colonial Conference (1887), Proceedings, Vol. III (C. 5091-1), pp. 479-83; Sir Francis finally withdrew his proposal; Stewart, op. , p. 63. 18 Colonial Conference (1894), Proceedings (C. 7553), pp. 68-70; see also George E. Foster's statement, who pointed out that there were not many in the Australian colonies who would like to continue the old treaty-making practice, but change with respect to the power to negotiate treaties would be a deathblow to imperial unity, cited in Stewart, op. , p.
The Treaty-Making Power in the Commonwealth of Australia by Gunther Doeker