The Permanent Court of International Justice has settled down to continuous hard work. The experimental stage seems now to be passed, and though the revision of the Statute is still pending, the Court has entered upon a period in which attention is to be concentrated on its functioning from month to month. During 1932, the Court was in session for 240 days. The 23rd session, which began on November 5, 1931, and was broken by a recess from December 15,1931, to January 11,1932, was not concluded until February 4, 1932. The 24th session began on February 1, 1932, and was concluded on March 8,1932. The 25th session began on April 18,1932, and continued until August 11,1932.