J. Avenol on his resignation: he intended to cut all his connections with the League of Nations on the 31 of August and to leave responsibilities to his next in command and not to S. Jacklin (South Africa), Office of the League of Nations Secretary General, Treasury, as he first thought; Supervisory Committee to look after the League of Nations finances: J. Avenol had no intention of participating in this Committee, Supervisory Committee meeting should take place in Princeton (USA) with C.J. Hambro (Norway), Holma (Finnish Minister), Boisanger, Henri Victor Marie Carton de Wiart (Belgium).
Craig McGeachy's letter to his new Chief S. Lester (Portuguese newspapers already announced J. Avenol's resignation) on Princeton plan, on Da Matta's interest in the League of Nations and assistance to members of the League of Nations Section in Portugal, (Da Matta was Governor of the Bank of Portugal, Salazar's best friend and counsellor, Rector of the university in Cintra and the one who launched a scheme for building a "cité universitaire" in Lisbon), and on his personal situation (C. McGenchy wanted to go to London).
Control of the League of Nations funds, which were to a vast percentage in America and England: J. Avenol's orders to bring these funds to Switzerland, S. Jacklin's refusal (South Africa) Office of the League of Nations Secretary General, Treasury.
A. Costa du Rels (Bolivia), President of the Council, requested S. Lester's advices to reply to J. Avenol's letter on his departure; S. Lester's note to S. Jacklin (South Africa), Office of the League of Nations Secretary General, Treasury, on J. Avenol's proposal to give R.M.F. Charron (France), League of Nations Finance and Economic Research Section, a year's indemnity in case of resignation.