THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS: The Week's Doings

Opium. The International Opium Conference adjourned its deliberations, began to study the draft of the Anti-Narcotics Convention, the monument which the Conference erected to its imperishable memory. The chief British delegate, Lord Cecil, returned to England.

After weeks of discussion and quarrels, the net result of the parley was reported:

1) An agreement between Britain, France, India, Japan, Holland, Portugal and Siam to Abolish opium smoking in the Far East within 15 years from the date when a League commission shall have declared that China has curbed overproduction of opium and eliminated the...

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