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Bruxelles entre l’Allemagne, l'Autriche-Hongrie, la Belgique, le Danemark, l'Espagne, la France, la Grande-Bretagne, l'Italie, le Libéria, la Norvège, les Pays-Bas, la Perse, le Portugal, la Russie, la Suede, et la Turquie. Garcia de la Vega, Recueil des traités . . . de Belgique, xxi, pp. 40–44.

INTERNATIONAL NAVAL CONFERENCE Conference, London, December 4, 1908—February 26, 1909.

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

3395. MISCELLANEOUS. No. 4 (1909). Correspondence and documents respecting the international naval conference, held in London, December 1908—February 1909. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of His Majesty. March 1909. London, H. M. Stationery Office, [1909). iv, Io; pp. 34 cm. (Parl. Pap., 1909, liv, p. 305. Cd. 4554.)

3396. MISCELLANEOUS. No. 5 (1909). Proceedings of the international naval conference, held in London, December 1908—February 1909. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of His Majesty. March 1909. London, H. M. Stationery Office, [1909). xx, 393 pp. 34 cm. (Parl. Pap., 1909, liv, p. 415. Cd. 4555.)

3397. FRANCE. Ministère des affaires étrangères. Documents diplomatiques. Conférence navale de Londres. 1908–1909. Paris, Imprimerie nationale, 1909. (2), 81 pp. 32 cm.

3398. DECLARATION of international naval conference. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the declaration signed by the delegates of the United States to the international naval conference, held at London, England, from December 4, 1908, to February 26, 1909. [Washington, Government Printing Office, 1909.] Cover title. 79 pp. 23% cm. (61st Cong., 1st Sess., Executive A.)

Contains: Declaration of London . . . together with an official interpretation; final protocol of the conference; programme of the conference; instructions to the American delegates; and report of the American delegates.

3399. NAVAL WAR COLLEGE. International law topics. The Declaration of London of February 26, 1909. Washington, Government Printing Office, 191o. 193 pp. 23% cm.

34oo. SCHRAMM, GEORG. Die Verhandlungen und Beschlüsse der Londoner Seekriegsrechts-Konferenz. Dezember 1908 bis Februar 1909. Auf Veranlassung des Reichs-Marine-Amts zusammengestellt. Berlin, E. S. Mittler und Sohn, 1911. 373, (1) pp. 22} cm.

34or. DECLARATION of international naval conference signed by the delegates of the United States to the international naval conference held at London, England, from December 4, 1908, to February 26, 1909, together with an opinion of Hon. Cone Johnson, solicitor for the

State department, relative to the transfer of merchant ships during war. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1914. 89 pp. 23 cm. (63d Cong., 2d Sess., Sen. Doc. no. 563; Cong. Docs., vol. 6596.)

TREATISES

f34oz. LÉMONON, ERNEST. La conférence navale de Londres. (Décembre 1908—Février 1909.) Paris, Librairie général de droit et de jurisprudence, 1909. I 16, (1) pp. 25 cm.

3403. BENTwich, NoFMAN DE MATTOS (1883- ). The declaration of London, with an introduction and notes and appendices. London, Effingham Wilson, Sweet & Maxwell, limited, 1911. vii, 179 pp. 21% cm. HISTORICAL MATERIAL

3404. KALTENBORN voN STACHAU, KARL VON, BARON (1817–66). Grundsätze des praktischen europäischen Seerechts, besonders im Privatverkehre, mit Rücksicht auf alle wichtigeren Partikularrechte, namentlich des Norddeutschen Seestaaten, besonders Preussens, und der Hansestädte, sowie Hollands, Frankreichs, Spaniens, Englands, Nordamerikas, Dānemarks, Schwedens, Russlands, etc. Berlin, Carl Heymann, 1851. 2 vols. 22 cm.

3405. WAGNER, RUDOLF ( -1885). Handbuch des Seerechts. Leipzig, Duncker & Humblot, 1884. xi, 456 pp. 24% cm. (Additional t. p.: Systematisches Handbuch der deutschen Rechtswissenschaft . . . Herausgegeben von Dr. Karl Binding.)

f3406. RECUEIL des traités et des conventions en vigueur, relatifs à la navigation de la marine militaire, avec l'annexe du réglement consulaire. Publié par le Departement hydrographique du Ministère de la Marine. St. Pétersbourg, 1885.

In French and Russian.

3407. FRANK, REINHARD (1860– ). Das Seekriegsrecht in gemeinverständlichen Vorträgen. Tübingen, J. C. B. Mohr (P.Siebeck), 1916. (8), Ioo pp. 21 cm.

Bibliography, p. [1]. f3408. SjöFARTEN under krig; Londondeklarationen av den 26. febr. 1909, med förklaringar och bilagor utg. av Lage Staël von Holstein. Stockholm, P. A. Norstedt & Söner, [1914). viii, 122 pp. 224 cm. (At head of title: Svensk förening för internationell sjörätt.)

3409. The DECLARATION OF LONDON, February 26, 1909; a collection of official papers and documents relating to the international naval conference held in London, December, 1908—February, 1909, with an introduction by Elihu Root; edited by James Brown Scott. New York [etc.], Oxford University Press, 1919. xiii, (2), 268 pp. 25 cm. (Half-title: Publications of the Carnegie endowment for international peace. Division of international law.)

Bibliography, pp. 259-268.

REGULATION OF THE USE OF SACCHARINE AND ANALOGOUS SUBSTANCES

Consultative conference on manufacture and use, Brussels,
December 7–9, 1908.
Conference on regulation, Paris, February 3–7, 1913.

f3410. DEUXIèME CONFéRENCE internationale relative au régime de la saccharine et des substances analogues. Convention relative au régime de la saccharine et des substances analogues. S. l., S. a. 43 pp. 28 cm.

INTERNATIONAL OPIUM COMMISSION 1

Session, Shanghai, February 1–26, 1909.

International Opium Conference, The Hague, December, 1911–
January, 1912.

Convention signed, January 23, 1912.

International Opium Conference, The Hague, July, 1913.

International Opium Conference, The Hague, June 15–25, 1914.

34II. OPIUM IN CHINA. Report of the hearing at the American State Department on petitions to the President to use his good offices for the release of China from treaty compulsion to tolerate the opium traffic, with additional papers. [Washington, Government Printing Office, 1905.] Caption title. 52 pp. 233 cm. (58th Cong., 3d Sess., Sen. Doc. no. 135; Cong. Docs., vol. 4765.)

3412. REPORT of the International opium commission, Shanghai, China, February 1 to February 26, 1909. Shanghai, North China daily news & herald, 1909. 2 vols. Fold. chart, 3 fold. tabl. 344 cm.

Contents: i, Report of the proceedings; ii, Reports of the delegations.
Note: Bishop Charles H. Brent, president.
Includes French summary of the proceedings.

3413. OPIUM PROBLEM. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting from the Secretary of State a report on the international opium commission and on the opium problem as seen

* Article 295 of the Treaty of Peace with Germany contains the following: “Those of the High Contracting Parties who have not yet signed, or who have signed but not yet ratified, the Opium Convention signed at The Hague on January 23, 1912, agree to bring the said Convention into force, and for this purpose to enact the necessary legislation without delay and in any case within a period of twelve months from the coming into force of the present Treaty. “Furthermore, they agree that ratification of the present Treaty should in the case of Powers which have not yet ratified the Opium Convention be deemed in all respects equivalent to the ratification of that Convention and to the signature of the Special Protocol which was opened at The Hague in accordance with the resolutions adopted by the Third Opium Conference in 1914 for bringing the said convention into force.” Treaty of Peace with Austria, Article 247, with Bulgaria, Article 174, with Hungary, Article 23o, and with Turkey (as signed August 1o, 1920), Article 28o.

within the United States and its possessions, prepared by Mr. Hamilton Wright on behalf of the American delegates to the said commission, held at Shanghai, in February, 1909. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1909. 83 pp. 233 cm. (61st Cong., 2d Sess., Sen. Doc. no. 377; Cong. Docs., vol. 5657.)

3414. CoNFéRENCE internationale de l'opium, La Haye, I décembre 1911–23 janvier 1912. Actes et documents . . . Ministère des affaires étrangères. [La Haye, Imprimerie nationale, 1912.] 2 vols. in I. 33} cm.

3415. INTERNATIONAL OPIUM conFERENCE. The Hague, December 1, 1911–January 23, 1912. Summary of the minutes (unofficial). [The Hague), National Printing Office, 1912. 155 pp. 33 cm.

3416. MISCELLANEOUS. No. 2 (1912). International opium convention. Signed at The Hague, January 23, 1912. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of His Majesty. February 1912. London, H. M. Stationery Office, [1912]. (2), 19 pp. 33 cm. (Parl. Pap., 1912–13, cKxi, p. 61. Cd. 6038.)

3417. MISCELLANEOUS. No. 11 (1912). Report of the British delegates to the international opium conference held at The Hague, December, 1911–January, 1912. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of His Majesty. November 1912. London, H. M. Stationery Office, [1912]. (2), 39 pp. 33 cm. (Parl. Pap., 1912–13, lxviii, p. 743. Cd. 6448.)

3418. MISCELLANEOUS. No. 3 (1913). Instructions to the British delegates to the international opium conference held at The Hague, December 1911–January, 1912. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of His Majesty. February 1913. London, H. M. Stationery Office, [1913]. 7 pp. 33 cm. (Parl. Pap., 1912–13, lxviii, p. 735. Cd. 6605.)

3419. CHINA. No. 2 (1913). Reports from His Majesty's minister at Peking respecting the opium question in China. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of His Majesty. July 1913. London, H. M. Stationery Office, 1913. (2), 21 pp. 33 cm. (Parl. Pap., 1913, lxxxi, p. 183. Cd. 6876.)

3420. MISCELLANEOUS. No. 2 (1914). Correspondence respecting the second international opium conference, held at The Hague, July 1913. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of His Majesty. March 1914. London, H. M. Stationery Office, 1914. (2), 21 pp. 33 cm. (Parl. Pap., 1914, lxxi, p. 699. Cd. 7276.) In continuation of “Miscellaneous, No. 3 (1913)”: Cd. 6605.

342.1a. TROISIEME conféRENCE internationale de l'opium. La Haye, 15–25 juin 1914. Actes et documents, procès-verbaux officiels. Ministère des affaires étrangères. La Haye, Imprimerie nationale,

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3421b. MISCELLANEOUS. No. 4 (1915). Correspondence respecting the third international opium conference, held at The Hague, June 1914. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of His Majesty. February 1915. London, H. M. Stationery Office, 1915. (2), 18 pp. 33 cm. (Parl. Pap., 1914–16, lxxxiii, p. 603. Cd. 7813.) In continuation of “Miscellaneous, No. 2 (1914)”: Cd. 7276.

f3422. DUNN, WIE TsAIN (1894- ). The opium traffic in its international aspects. New York, Columbia university, 1920. 136,

(2) pp. 243 cm.

CIRCULATION OF AUTOMOBILES 1
Conference, Paris, October 5–11, 1909.

3423. FRANCE. Ministère des affaires étrangères. Documents diplomatiques. Conférence internationale relative à la circulation des automobiles [5-II octobre 1909). Paris, Imprimerie nationale, 1910. Io8 pp. Plates. 3o4 cm.

3424. TREATY SERIES. No. 18. 1910. Convention with respect to the international circulation of motor vehicles. Signed at Paris, October 11, 1909. [British ratification deposited at Paris, March 1, 1910.] Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of His Majesty. July 1910. London, H. M. Stationery Office, [1910). 311– 334 pp. 24 cm. (Parl. Pap., 1910, czii, p. 251. Cd. 5125.)

INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE ON MAP OF THE
WORLD

Conference, London, November 16–22, 1909.

f3425. INTERNATIONAL map committee. Internationales WeltkartenKomitee. Comité international de la carte du monde. Resolutions and proceedings of the international map committee assembled in London, November, 1909. With diagrams, plate, and tables. London, H. M. Stationery Office, 1910. 23 pp. Fold. pl., 2 fold. map, diagr. 33 Cm.

* The following “shall alone be applied as between Germany and those of the o: and Associated Powers party *...* according to Article 282 of the Treaty of Peace:

“2. Convention of October 11, 1909, regarding the international circulation of motor-cars.”

Treaty of Peace with Austria, Article 234, 2, with Bulgaria, Article 162, 1, and with Hungary, Article 217, 2.

Turkey undertakes to adhere or to ratify by Article 273, 1, of the Treaty of Peace as signed at Sèvres, August 1o, 1920.

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