Lists 5 categories of witnesses: To produce formal documents, Accomplice witnesses, Interpreters as to Interrogation, Narrator Witnesses, and Witnesses to disputable facts. Note says Evidence Committee file
From the Manchoukuo Official Gazette: "Law Controlling Important Industries, Imperial Ordinance No. 66"; "Matters Concerning the Enforcement of the Law Controlling Important Industries, Imperial Ordinance No. 67". Contains Statement of Authenticity and Statement of Official Procurement.
"Document purporting to establish provisional government at Peiping and restoration government at Nanking" pages 1149 to 1178: The Provisional Chinese Government. Discusses the events of 1937 and the North China army. Also includes "Program for the direction of Central China administration. (This program covers the period until little after the establishment of the New Regime)" and "Program for the establishment of Central China New Regime (in accordance with the program for the administrative direction)." Contains Statement of Source and Authenticity and Statement of Official Procurement.
Minutes from the fifth meeting of the evidence and defendants committee that discusses agreements about the reproduction of maps for presentation to the court as well as the difficulty in completing documents for evidence in time for the trial as a result of the lack of personnel. It was decided Joseph B. Keenan would be invited to the next meeting to address these concerns.
Gives the details of the third meeting of the Evidence and Defendants Committee held at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, 25th April 1946 in Room 301. Items discussed focus primarily on the procedures to follow and which members would serve on various committees prior to the trial. Those present at the meeting include Eugene Williams, Mr. Barry, Mr. Liu, Mr. Horwitz, and Mr. Humphreys.