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Papers Relating to the
Foreign Relations

of the
United States

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GIFT JAN 23 '41

254676

DEPARTMENT OF STATE

PUBLICATION 1518

For sale by the
Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. O.

Price $2.00 (Buckram)

CONTENTS

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GENERAL:

Scrapping of ships by the United States, Great Britain, and Japan in

accordance with the treaty for the limitation of naval armament,

signed February 6, 1922 .

Proposals for the calling by the President of the United States of a dis-

armament conference.

Disinclination of the United States to be associated in European security

pacts: (1) Geneva protocol; (2) Locarno agreement .

Participation by the United States in the Conference for the Supervision

of the International Traffic in Arms, at Geneva, May 4 June 17, 1925.

Failure of the United States to secure the adoption of the rules drafted

by the International Commission for the Revision of the Rules of

Warfare.

Negotiations on behalf of the World War Foreign Debt Commission for

the settlement of debts owed the United States by foreign govern-

ments.

Belgium .

Czechoslovakia .

France

Greece

Italy

Latvia

Rumania

Yugoslavia

Interest of the United States in the disposition of the proposed liberation

bonds of the Austro-Hungarian succession states .

Refusal by the United States to consent to the adherence of the Soviet

Union to the Spitzbergen treaty of February 9, 1920 . .

Assent by President Coolidge to provisions in the Polish-Swiss arbitra-

tion treaty for invoking the assistance of the President of the United

States under certain contingencies :

Unsuccessful efforts to have American customs attachés accorded dip-

lomatic status ...

International convention for the unification of certain rules relating to

bills of lading .

Convention between the United States and other powers for the protec-

tion of industrial property, signed November 6, 1925 .

Acceptance by the United States of invitation to attend the Third Inter-

national Telegraph Conference at Paris in 1925.

Extension of invitations to the Third International Radiotelegraph

conference at Washington in 1927 .

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