The principal office of the corporation shall be in the District of Columbia. However, the activities of the corporation are not confined to the District of Columbia but may be conducted throughout the United States.
Historical and Revision Notes Revised SectionSource (U.S. Code)Source (Statutes at Large)22106 36:344. Sept. 20, 1950, ch. 958, §4, 64 Stat. 871. The words "the activities of the corporation are not confined to the District of Columbia but may be conducted throughout the United States" are substituted for "The corporation . . . shall have the right to conduct its activities in the said District and at any other place or places in the United States" for consistency in the revised title and to eliminate unnecessary words.NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS Pub. L. 86–208, Aug. 25, 1959, 73 Stat. 431, provided: "That the American Society of International Law, incorporated by the Act entitled 'An Act to incorporate the American Society of International Law, and for other purposes', approved September 20, 1950 (Public Law 794, ch. 958, Eighty-first Congress, second session (64 Stat. 869)) [now this chapter], is authorized to use the real estate described as lot 805 square 2512, situated in the city of Washington, District of Columbia, as the national headquarters of such society."
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