THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS: More Business

During the past week's session of the Fourth Assembly of the League of Nations the following business was enacted or came up for discussion:

Mutual Defense. The committee appointed to examine the Treaty for Mutual Defense adopted articles which provide for mutual guarantees between Members of the League according to their geographical position (TIME, Aug. 20). Dr. Benes of Czecho-Slovakia and M. Léon Jonhaux of France pointed out that "such treaties did actually enable States to reduce their armaments."

Opium. The Assembly suggested that two conferences be held to discuss the opium problem....

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