FRANCE: Naval Agreement Signed

The Chamber of Deputies ratified the Washington Naval Treaty by 460 to 106 votes.

The Act of Ratification:

" The Government of the Republic

is authorized to ratify as valid until

Dec. 31, 1936, the treaty signed at

Washington, Feb. 6,1922, and known as the treaty between the United States of America, the British Empire, France, Italy and Japan limiting naval armaments." On ratification by the Senate, which now has the matter in hand, the Naval Agreement will have been signed by all the signatory Powers— U. S. A., Britain, Japan, Italy, France....

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