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June, 1922 19 VENEZUELA. New constitution approved by the President. Text:

Gaceta oficial (Venezuela) numero extra, June 24, 1922. 20 FRANCE-GREAT BRITAIN. Protocol of Aug. 6, 1914, modifying

convention of Oct. 20, 1906, relating to New Hebrides, promulgated in Great Britain. Lond. Ga., June 27, 1922, p. 4791. Text:

G. B. Treaty ser., 1922, no. 7. 20 FRANCE,SPAIN. Commercial agreement signed at Madrid Text:

J.O., July 12, 1922, p. 7258; Ga. de Madrid, July 13, 1922, p. 122. 21 to July 24 PALESTINE MANDATE. British House of Lords on June 21,

1922 voted against the mandate, 60 to 29. On July 4, House of Commons supported it by vote of 292 to 35. League of Nations Council approved it on July 24. Cur. Hist., Sept., 1922, v. 16:

983. Text of mandate: Times, July 26, 1922, p. 9; Cmd. 1708. 22 COLOMBIA-URUGUAY. Convention for academic interchange,

signed Apr. 28, 1922, ratified by Uruguay. Text: D.O. (Uruguay),

June 7, 1922, p. 391. 24 JAPAN-SIBERIA. Decision to complete withdrawal of troops from

Siberia by Oct. 30, 1922, announced by Japan. Cur. Hist., Aug.,

1922, v. 16: 752, 1087. 25 GUATEMALA-PORTUGAL. Guatemala recognized

Guatemala recognized by Portugal. Guatemalteco, June 28, 1922, p. 193. 26(?) AUSTRIA-HUNGARY. Commercial agreement signed at Budapest.

Temps, June 28, 1922, p. 1. 26 FRENCH-HUNGARIAN MIXED ARBITRAL TRIBUNAL. Regulations

of procedure made public. Text: J. O., Sept. 1, 1922, p. 9050. 26 PERSIA-TURKEY. Angora government recognized by Persia.

Wash. Post, June 27, 1922, p. 5.
BULGARIA-ESTHONIA. Bulgaria recognized by Esthonia. Temps,

June 29, 1922, p. 2. 28(?) ESTHONIA—GREECE. Esthonia recognized by Greece. Temps, June

29, 1922, p. 2. 29 BULGARIA-RUMANIA. Railway convention, based on the Stresa

and Berne conventions, signed at Bucharest. Temps, July 1,

1922, p. 1. 30 LITHUANIA. Council of ambassadors decided to recognize Lithu

ania. Wash. Post, July 1, 1922, p. 6. July, 1922 1 OIL POLLUTION OF NAVIGABLE WATERS. H. J. Res. 297, for calling

conference of maritime nations on subject of oil pollution approved

by President Harding. Press notice, Aug. 5, 1922. GREAT BRITAIN-SOVIET Russia. Arrangement concluded by ex

change of notes by which Canada will have same commercial rela

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tions with Russia as exist between the United Kingdom and Russia under agreement of March 16, 1921. Commerce reports, Aug. 28,

1922, p. 618; Lond. Ga., Aug. 1, 1922, p. 5694. 3 NEW ZEALAND-UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA. Reciprocal customs

tariff agreement terminated by Order in Council of New Zealand,

effective Aug. 1. Commerce repts., Aug. 21, 1922, p. 557. 3-7 LEAGUE OF NATIONS. MIXED COMMISSION ON REDUCTION OF AR

MAMENTS. Session in Paris dealt with Lord Cecil's plan for collective guarantee, Lord Esher's scheme for limitation of land armaments, and Rear Admiral Seagrave's proposal for extension of Washington Naval convention to all members of the League.

L. N. M. S., July, 1922, p. 141. 4 GERMANY-SOVIET RUSSIA. Political treaty signed at Rapallo on

Apr. 16, 1922, ratified by Germany. Wash. Post, July 5, 1922, p. 3. 5 ALBANIA-CZECHOSLOVAK REPUBLIC. Albanian government recog

nized by Czechoslovakia. Ga. de Prague, July 26, 1922, p. 2. 7 AUSTRIA-HUNGARY. Commercial treaty of Feb. 8, 1922 ratified

by Austria. Commerce repts., Sept. 11, 1922, p. 741. 7 LATVIA-POLAND. Sanitary convention signed at Warsaw. Temps,

July 11, 1922, p. 1. 9(?) CHINA-FRANCE. Agreement signed at Peking concerning the es

tablishment of an industrial bank of China by means of the Boxer

indemnity. Temps, July 11, 1922, p. 4. 10 BELGIUM-FRANCE. Convention signed Feb. 14, 1921 guaranteeing

to nationals employed in mines the benefit of pension systems,

promulgated in France. Text: J.O., July 12, 1922, p. 7255. 11 AERIAL NAVIGATION COMMISSION, INTERNATIONAL. Held first ses

sion in Paris as provided by convention of Oct. 13, 1919. Temps,

July 12, 1922, p. 6. 11 BELGIUM-FRANCE. Convention concerning reparation regulations

signed Oct. 25, 1921, promulgated in France. Text: J.O., July 12,

1922, p. 7256. 11 DOMINICAN REPUBLIC. Secretary Hughes announced plan for with

drawal of American military forces and restoration of full governmental powers to the Dominican people. Extracts: Cur. Hist.,

Aug., 1922, v. 16: 742. 13 JAPAN-UNITED STATES. Treaty relating to Island of Yap pro

claimed by President Harding. U. S. Treaty ser., no. 664. 15 GERMANY-GREAT BRITAIN-SIAM. Regulations relative to settle

ment of financial claims of Germans against Siamese in the British Empire and British in Siam, proclaimed in Germany. Deutsch. Reichs., July 19, 1922, p. 1.

July, 1922 17-24 LEAGUE OF NATIONS COUNCIL. Held 19th session in London for

discussion of various questions, including mandates. Confirmed class A-Palestine and Syria; class B-Kamerun, Togoland, Tanganyika, Ruanda and Urundi in Africa; class C-Yap Island and the former German Pacific Islands. Our world, Sept., 1922, p. 102; N. Y. Times, July 18, 1922, p. 17; Wash. Post, July 25, 1922,

p. 3. 18/25 ECUADOR-VENEZUELA. Convention concerning diplomatic mails

concluded by an exchange of notes. Gaceta oficial (Venezuela),

July 29, 1922, p. 49028. 21 CHILE-PERU. Tacna-Arica conference closed with the signing of a

protocol and supplementary act, providing for arbitration of unfulfilled clauses of the Ancon Treaty by the President of the

United States. Texts: P. A. U., September, 1922, p. 217. 22 to Aug. 29 NORWAY-UNITED STATES. Hearings of Norwegian shipping

case, before arbitral tribunal established under agreement of June 30, 1921, began at Hague Peace Palace on July 22. N. Y. Times, July 23, 1922, p. 16. Final session held on Aug. 29. Decision to be rendered in two months. N. Y. Times, Aug. 30, 1922, p. 17;

Cur. Hist., Sept., 1922, v. 16: 1083. 25 GERMANY-PORTUGAL. Commercial agreement of Dec. 6, 1921,

denounced by Portugal. Commerce repts., Sept. 11, 1922, p. 741. 25(?) GUATEMALA-SPAIN. Guatemalan government under General Orel

lana recognized by Spain. Guatemalteco, July 27, 1922, p. 321. 25-29 BULGARIAN REPARATIONS. On July 25, Reparation commission

ordered Bulgaria to pay about $7,720,000 due to Allies. On July 29, Bulgaria replied with a request for a three years' moratorium.

N. Y. Times, July 30, 1922, p. 3. 27 ALBANIA-UNITED STATES. Albanian government recognized by

United States. Wash. Post, July 28, 1922, p. 2. 27(?) GERMANY-POLAND. Convention granting amnesty for plebiscite

regions ratified by Polish Diet. Temps, July 29, 1922, p. 1. 27 ESTHONIA—UNITED STATES. Esthonia recognized by the United

States. Wash. Post, July 28, 1922, p. 2; Press notice, July 27, 1922. 27 FRANCE-GERMANY. France refused to grant Germany's request of

July 16 for a reduction of 75 per cent in payments on private claims.

N. Y. Times, July 28, 1922, p. 15. 27

LATVIA-UNITED STATES. Latvia recognized by the United States.

Wash. Post, July 28, 1922, p. 2. 27 LITHUANIA-UNITED STATES. Lithuania recognized by the United

States. Wash. Post, July 28, 1922, p. 2.

July, 1922 28 FRANCE-GUATEMALA. Commercial agreement signed. Commerce

reports, Sept. 11, 1922, p. 741; Guatemalteco, Aug. 4, 1922, p. 353. 28 GREAT BRITAIN-ICELAND. Ratifications exchanged at London of

convention signed May 1, 1922, renewing for five years the arbitration convention of Oct. 25, 1905. Text: G. B. Treaty ser., 1922,

no. 13. 29 BRAZIL-GREAT BRITAIN. Treaty governing dual nationality in

connection with military service signed at Rio de Janeiro. Times,

Aug. 1, 1922, p. 9. 29 to Aug. 26 INSTITUTE OF POLITICS. Second conference held at Wil

liamstown, Mass. N. Y. Times, July 30-Aug. 26, 1922; Our world,

Sept., 1922, p. 9. 30 SMYRNA. High-Commissioner of Greece proclaimed autonomy of

Smyrna. Temps, July 31, 1922, p. 4; N. Y. Times, Aug. 1, 1922,

p. 21.

31(?) RHODESIA, SOUTHERN. Terms of entrance into Union of South

Africa made public. Times, Aug. 2, 1922, p. 7. August, 1922 1 BELGIUM-SWITZERLAND. Ratifications exchanged of the provi

sional air traffic convention of June 13, 1922. Text: E. G., Aug.

23, 1922, p. 495. 1 INTER-ALLIED DEBTS. The Earl of Balfour dispatched note on

subject of war debts to representatives in London of France, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Rumania and Serb, Croat, Slovene State. Text:

Times, Aug. 2, 1922, p. 8; G. B. Misc. ser., 1922, no. 5. 1-11 LEAGUE OF NATIONS. MANDATES COMMISSION. Held sessions at

Geneva to examine labor conditions, liquor traffic, public health, fiscal systems, etc., in mandated territories of various countries.

Temps, Aug. 1-13, 1922. 2 PERMANENT COURT OF INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE. Council of ambas

sadors decided to lay Kiel dispute before the Court for settlement.

N. Y. Times, Aug. 3, 1922, p. 1. 5 POLAND—SWITZERLAND. Ratifications exchanged of the commercial

agreement signed at Warsaw, June 26, 1922. German text: E. G.,

Aug. 16, 1922, p. 481. 7-14 LONDON CONFERENCE ON REPARATIONS. Premiers of France, Great

Britain, Italy, Japan and Belgium, met on Aug. 7 to discuss allied policy. Times, Aug. 8, 1922, p. 6; Europe, Aug. 19, 1922, p. 1046. Adjourned on Aug. 14 without definite results, except agreement to allow next payment of two million pounds from Germany to be made within next four weeks. Times, Aug. 15, 1922, p. 8; Temps, Aug. 16, 1922, p. 1.

August, 1922 10 GERMANY-UNITED STATES. Agreement signed at Berlin providing

for a claims commission to determine amount of the claims against Germany. Text: Wash. Post, Aug. 11, 1922, p. 1, 4; U. S. Treaty

series, no. 665. 10 WASHINGTON ARMS CONFERENCE TREATIES. Ratified copy signed

by King George, and dispatched to Washington for exchange of

ratifications. Wash. Post, Aug. 11, 1922, p. 3. 11(?) CZECHOSLOVAK REPUBLIC-EGYPT. Government of Egypt recog

nized by Czechoslovakia. Temps, Aug. 13, 1922, p. 1.

INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS

AERIAL NAVIGATION. Paris, Oct. 13, 1919. Protocol, Paris, May 1, 1920. Adhesion:

Persia. Apr. 9, 1920. G. B. Treaty ser., 1922, no. 11. Cmd. 1741. Ratifications deposited: June 1, 1922. G. B. Treaty ser., 1922, no. 11.

Cmd. 1741. Tert:

J. O., July 14, 1922, p. 7378; G. B. Treaty ser., 1922, no. 11. ALAND ISLANDS. Geneva, Oct. 20, 1921. . Ratifications exchanged: Apr. 6, 1922. Denmark, Esthonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy,

Latvia, Poland and Sweden. G. B. Treaty ser., 1922, no. 6. Cmd. 1680.

ARMS AND AMMUNITIONS TRADE. Saint Germain-en-Laye, Sept. 10, 1919. Promulgation:

Brazil. May 10, 1922. P. A. U., Aug., 1922, p. 190.
Ratification deposited:

Greece. Aug. 25, 1920. L. N. O. J., July, 1922, p. 715.
CHEMISTRY BUREAU. Paris, Oct. 16, 1912.
Ratification:

France. May 11, 1922. J.O., May 12, 1922, p. 4886.
CHINESE CUSTOMS TARIFF. Washington, Feb. 6, 1922.
Ratification:
Australia. July 27, 1922. Temps, Aug. 4, 1922, p. 1; Cur. Hist.,

Sept., 1922, v. 16: 1067.
Japan. Aug. 5, 1922. Wash. Post, Aug. 6, 1922, p. 9; Cur. Hist., Sept.,

1922, v. 16: 1087.
South Africa. July 19, 1922. N. Y. Times, July 20, 1922, p. 19; Cur.

Hist., Sept., 1922, v. 16: 1068.

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