The Conference notes the statement of the authorised representatives of the Bolsheviks, with whom the Plenary Meeting of the Central Committee concluded an agreement in January 1910, providing for the conditional transfer by the Bolsheviks of the property of their group to the Central Committee, and resolves that
(1) in view of the fact that the liquidators violated the agreement, and that the trustees have refused to act as arbitrators, the Bolshevik representatives have every formal right to dispose both of the property in their own hands and of the property now in the hands of Comrade Zetkin, former trustee;
(2) following the application made by the representatives of the Bolsheviks, the Conference regards the funds now in Comrade Zetkin’s keeping as unquestionably belonging to the Party through the Central Committee elected by the Conference, and
(3) instructs the Central Committee to take all measures immediately to obtain the property of the Party from Comrade Zetkin.
The Auditing Committee, having examined the financial reports and the receipts submitted by Rabochaya Gazeta, now endorsed by the Conference as an organ of the Central Committee, and also the receipts presented by the group of Bolsheviks to whom funds were advanced by the Plenary Meeting of the Central Committee for the purpose of publishing Social-Democratic literature, has found the accounts to be in order and moves that they be accepted by the Conference.