Sub-series 12A (Reg.19-27) - Opium Traffic
The International Control of Drugs of Addiction - Sir William J. Collins, M.D. etc. - Communicates a Report on this question especially as regards to the present position of the International Opium Convention of 1912. Opium Traffic - Lord Robert Cecil - Transmits, for the observations of the Secretary-General, a letter from the Superintendent of the Admiralty Metereological Service, relative to the question of the suppression of opium traffic in China. The Assembly and the Opium Convention - Mr. Baker - Proposes that the procedure to be followed for securing adhesions to the Arms Traffic Convention might also be applied to the Opium Convention concluded at the Hague in 1912. Opium Traffic - Sir Williams Collins - Transmits the Resolutions of the Executive Committee of the British Commission of the Congrès d'Assistance publique et privée, also extracts from "The Timea" of January 3 and 6 on the suppression by the Peace Treaty of the Opium Evil. Opium Traffic - Commander Grant (Superintendent Admiralty, Meteorological Service) - Transmits copy of a letter from the Edinburgh Anti-Opium Committee, enclosing extract of a communication from Lord Curzon relative to the export of Narcotics from Great Britain to the United States. Enquires as to the formation of a subcommittee to deal with opium question. Opium Traffic - Dr. Van Hamel - Memo on the obligations of the League of Nations towards the supervision of the traffic in opium and other dangerous drugs. Opium traffic - Mr. Gilchrist - Attaches letter addressed by Chinese Legation, Washington to Mr. Wright on 20 November 1918 giving information of decision of Chinese Government to destroy the entire stock of opium purchased from foreign merchants in Shanghai. Dossier concerning correspondence with the Edinburgh Anti-Opium Society regarding opium traffic. Opium Traffic - Edinburgh Anti-Opium Committee - Pamphlet entitled "The Drug Traffic: The Peace Treaty: and smuggling", embodying text of resolution urging the British Government to take measures to confine the production of days to strictly medicinal proportions. Opium traffic in China - Mr. V. K. Wellington Koo - Extract from letter giving information as to measures being taken by Chinese Government and Anti-Opium Societies to suppress the opium vice.
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