Principal League of Nations Documents Relating to Narcotic Drugs

Sections

I. RAW MATERIALS AND DERIVATIVES
II. TRADE IN NARCOTICS
III. CONTROL
IV. DRUG ADDICTION

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Pages: 47 to 76
Creation Date: 1952/01/01

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Principal League of Nations Documents Relating to Narcotic Drugs

A list of the more important League of Nations documents relating to narcotic drugs is given in the following pages. These documents, of which no systematic compilation has been made until now, contain a variety of information, legal, technical, administrative and the like.

Documents that were merely ephemeral, those dealing with seizure reports, or internal administrative details, etc., have been omitted. The selection was made to help the research worker; in other respects it may not be above criticism. Since most of the documents do not belong to a strictly defined category, it was thought preferable to avoid multiple references which would make the list unwieldy.

It is hoped that, such as it is, this list will be of use. All documents, except where there is an indication to the contrary, are still existing, that is, they are not out of print and can be consulted either at the Permanent Headquarters of the United Nations, or at the United Nations Library in Geneva.

The documents are classified as follows:

I. Raw materials and derivatives

A. Opium and derivatives

B. Coca leaf and derivatives

C. Indian hemp and derivatives

II. Trade in narcotics

A. Legal trade

B. Illicit traffic

III. Control

A. National

B. International

C. Systematic account of the work of the international bodies dealing with narcotics

IV. Drug addiction

V. Miscellaneous

I. RAW MATERIALS AND DERIVATIVES

A. OPIUM AND DERIVATIVES

O.C.
33 and 33(a)
Reports on poppy plantation from the Chinese provincial governors.
 
O.C.
44
Note on poppy cultivation in China proper and in the frontier territories and the smuggling of morphine into China, submitted by the Chinese Representative.
21 April 1922
O.C.
83
Notes on the opium trade in Chinese Turkistan and Central Asia by the British Consul General at Kashgar in Chinese Turkistan.
2 January 1923
O.C.
101
Statement on the manufacture of morphia, other opium derivatives and cocaine with statistical tables.
11 May 1923
O.C.
109
Memorandum by the Secretariat on world cultivation and production of opium.
 
O.C.
113
Memorandum by the British Representative on the production of opium and its export from the Chinese province of Yunnan.
 
O.C.
133
Approximate consumption of prepared opium and morphine equivalents per head of Chinese population in European and Japanese Colonies of the Far East and Siam for the year 1921.
29 May 1923
O.C.
136
Note by the Secretary on opium production in China. Telegram from Chinese Government to Chinese Representative.
30 May 1923
O.C.
156
Extract from an official report on the trade in opium of Chinese Turkestan for the period ending May 31st 1923. Forwarded by the British Government.
6 October 1923
O.C.
245
Letter from the British Government with regard to the cultivation of the opium poppy in Southern Serbia, and enclosing a copy of an article appearing in a Serbian newspaper.
8 January 1925
O.C.
247
Report on the cultivation of the poppy in Persia. Forwarded by the British Government.
22 January 1925
O.C.
425
Declaration of morphine content of opium, at the time of importation. Memorandum by the Secretariat.
21 May 1926
O.C.
474
Extracts from articles on "Public Health in Persia 1914-1924" by the Representative of the Persian Sanitary Council, published in the Lancet, on the opium question in Persia.
17 August 1926
O.C.
486(g)
Letter from Dr. Anselmino showing the movement of prices of Turkish opium during 1932.
26 January 1933
O.C.
524
Memorandum by Dr. Anselmino on morphine content of raw opium not intended for conversion into prepared opium.
10 January 1927
O.C.
548
Note circulated by the British Representative on various kinds of opium.
18 January 1927
O.C.
630
Letter from the Representative of Germany with regard to the question of eucodal and dicodide.
18 July 1927
O.C.
794
Communication by British Representative. Use of prepared opium in British Malaya.
 
O.C.
885
Kabay, János. Process for obtaining opium alkaloids; memorandum.
7 December 1928
O.C.
1096
Memorandum by British Representative on different results reached by processes laid down in different pharmacopoeias for ascertaining percentage of morphine in opium.
13 December 1929
O.C.
1168
Opium cultivation in Siberia. Communicated by the Delegate of Japan.
12 February 1930
O.C.
1228
Statistics of the manufacture, imports, exports, consumption and stocks of morphine, diacetylmorphine and cocaine for the year 1929.
3 July 1930
O.C.
1309
Memorandum by Dr. Knaffl-Lenz regarding the methods of identifying morphine esters.
12 December 1930
O.C.
1323 and 1323(a)
Notes verbales from the Polish Government concerning the prohibition of the use of heroin in Poland.
5 January 193 5 May 1931
O.C.
1389
Memorandum on the results of an investigation made in the British Government Laboratory into the methods of separating and distinguishing dicodide, eucodal and dilaudide.
8 June 1931
O.C.
1416
Different results obtained by the processes laid down in various pharmacopoeias for ascertaining the percentage of morphine in opium.
9 April 1932
O.C.
1421
Article on morphine esters and morphine ethers as narcotic drugs, by Prof. Hermann Emde, of Basle and Konigsberg: published in Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift no. 52 of 1931.
31 May 1932
O.C.
1451
"Chemistry of Opium Alkaloids", by Dr. Lyndon E. Small. Supplement No. 103 to the Public Health Reports of the United States Treasury Department (Communicated by the American Consulate, Geneva).
26 October 1932
O.C.
1477
Memorandum by the Secretariat on the question of codeine and dionine preparations under the Limitation Convention.
l May 1933
O.C.
 
1498 and 1498(a) Enquiry into the use and composition of heroin pills.
27 September 193 26 October 1933
O.C.
1506(a)
Analysis of opium manufactured and sold for smoking purposes by the Persian Government opium monopoly.
2 November 1933
O.C.
1512 and 1512(b) series 1512(c)
Different results reached by the processes laid down in the different pharmacopoeias for ascertaining the percentage of morphine in opium.
6 November 1933 22 October 1935 18 November 1935
O.C.
1512(d)
Standardisation of methods for determining the morphine content of raw opium and the cocaine content of coca leaves: communicating doc. CH. 1224.
22 February 1937
O.C.
1512(e)
Standardisation of methods for determining the morphine content of raw opium and the cocaine content of coca leaves.
2 June 1938
O.C.
1512(f)
Question of the determination of the morphine content of raw opium and the cocaine content of coca leaves.
20 June 1938
O.C.
1512(g)
Question of the determination of the morphine content of raw opium and the cocaine content of coca leaves.
15 May 1939
O.C.
1541
Cultivation and trade of opium in China: situation in the province of Hupeh.
15 May 1934
O.C.
1546 series
Process employed by the "Alkaloida" Co. Ltd. factory at Budszentmihaly (Hungary) to extract morphine and other opium alkaloids direct from the dry poppy plant (poppy straw).
22 May 1934 19 November 1934
O.C.
1546(1) (d)
Extraction of morphine and other alkaloids of opium direct from the dried poppy plant. Analysis of opium poppies grown in Denmark.
6 May 1936
O.C.
1546(1) (e)
Analytical determination of the alkaloids contained in the dried opium-poppy plant. Scientific research undertaken in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
17 April 1937
O.C.
1546(1) (f)
Analysis of poppies grown in Denmark.
24 April 1937
O.C.
1546(1) (g)
Process employed by the "Polska Spolka Wytworow Chemi- cznych Roche S. A.", Warsaw (Poland) for the extraction of morphine and codeine direct from dried poppy capsules (poppy heads).
9 June 1937
O.C.
1546(1) (h)
An account of the János von Kabay method of determining the morphine content of poppy straw Communicated by the Hungarian Government.
6 February 1939
O.C.
1589
Question of the abolition or restriction of the use of diacetylmorphine.
26 April 1935
O.C.and addendum
1589(1)
Question of the abolition or restriction of the use of diacetylmorphine.
23 April 1936 22 May 1936
O.C.
1610
Recommendation regarding codeine preparation
3 June 1935
O.C.
1616
Dilaudide (dihydromorphinone): a review of the literature and a study of its addictive properties. Supplement No. 113 to the Public Health Reports.
22 November 1935
O.C.
1633 and 1633(a)
Experiments in opium poppy growing in Denmark and morphine content of Danish opium.
6 May 1936 9 March 1937
O.C.
1681
Control exercised in Hungary over methylmorphine (codeine) and ethylmorphine (dionine).
3 May 1937
O.C.
1688
Desomorphine as a habit-forming drug.
17 May 1937
O.C.
1691
Extension to paracodine of the provisions of the Convention of 1931 for limiting the manufacture and regulating the distribution of narcotic drugs.
19 May 1937
O.C.
1727
Application in Hungary of article 10 of the 1931 Limitation Convention regarding diacetylmorphine.
12 May 1938
O.C.
1743
Note by the Secretariat on diacetylmorphine (heroin).
15 June 1938
O.C.
1764
Conference for the adoption of a protocol to extend to dihydrocodeine and its salts certain provisions of the Convention for limiting the manufacture and regulating the distribution of narcotic drugs of 13 July 1931.
12 May 1939
O.C.
1766
Addition liability of certain drugs; study of pharmacological properties of eucodal, dicodide, dilaudide and acedicone.
16 May 1939
O.C.
1774
Note on the manufacture and consumption of prepared opium in Peru.
6 June 1939

B. COCA LEAF AND DERIVATIVES

O.C.
64
Memoranda by the British Representative on "artificial cocaine" and on the exchange of Information with regard to seizures.
 
O.C.
81
Reply from the Government of Japan with regard to the traffic in cocaine.
26 December 1922
O.C.
82
Reply from the Government of Switzerland with regard to the traffic in cocaine.
22 December 1922
O.C.
82(a)
Further letter from the Government of Switzerland with regard to the traffic in cocaine.
3 January 1923
O.C.
148
Reply of the Polish Government with reference to the manufacture and consumption of cocaine.
2 August 1923
O.C.
153
Letter from the Peruvian Government with reference to the export of coca leaves and cocaine.
12 July 1923
O.C.
158
Letter from the Bolivian Government with regard to the coca industry and the preparation of cocaine.
28 August 1923
O.C.
215
Note by the Representative of Germany on psicain as a cocaine substitute.
6 August 1924
O.C.
381
Communique from the Government of India with regard to the alleged cultivation of the coca plant in India.
10 March 1926
O.C.
445
Articles of the Coca Producers' Association. Communicated by the Netherlands Representative.
28 May 1926
O.C.
446
Notes relative to an Association of Cocaine manufacturers. Letter from the German Representative (with erratum).
12 May 1926
O.C.
553
Export of coca leaves from Bolivia during three years to 1925. Additional figures communicated by the British Representative.
23 January 1927
O.C.
861
Letter from Dr. Anselmino to Sir Malcolm Delevingne regarding methyl-ecgonin.
28 September 1928
O.C.
990(c)
Manufacture of "Egocain" by the firm of Leon Egger, Budapest.
12 December 1932
O.C.
1228
Statistics of the manufacture, imports, exports, consumption and stocks of morphine, diacetylmorphine and cocaine for the year 1929.
3 July 1930
O.C.
1512(d)
Standardisation of methods for determining the morphine content of raw opium and the cocaine content of coca leaves: communicating doc. C.H. 1224.
22 February 1937
O.C.
1512(e)
Standardisation of methods for determining the morphine content of raw opium and the cocaine content of coca leaves.
2 June 1938
O.C.
1512(f)
Question of the determination of the morphine content of raw opium and the cocaine content of coca leaves.
20 June 1938
O.C.
1512(g)
Question of the determination of the morphine content of raw opium and the cocaine content of coca leaves.
15 May 1939
O.C.
1629
Growing of coca plants for ornamental purposes at Tawau, British North Borneo.
5 May 1936

C. INDIAN HEMP AND DERIVATIVES

O.C.
163
Letter from the Government of the Union of South Africa, regarding Indian hemp.
28 November 1923
O.C.
291
Note by the Secretary of the Advisory Committee on the replies of governments with regard to the proposal of the Government of South Africa to treat Indian hemp as a habit-forming drug.
17 August 1925
O.C.
315
Statement by the Siamese Government with regard to its attitude with reference to Indian hemp.
26 August 1925
O.C.
1094
Cultivation of Indian hemp for the manufacture of hashish. Communications from the Egyptian and French Governments.
10 December 1929
O.C.
1503
20th Session of the Health Committee. Application of article 10 of the Opium Convention of 1925 to certain preparations of Indian hemp.
27 October 1933
(C.H.1127)
     
O.C.
1542 series
Preliminary note on the chief aspects of the problem of Indian hemp and the laws relating thereto in force in certain countries.
23 May 1934 16 January 1936
O.C.
1542(j)
Questionnaire prepared for the use of the experts who have been invited by the Advisory Committee to collaborate with it on this subject. [on Indian hemp]
16 January 1936
O.C.
1542(j) (a)
Sub-Committee on Cannabis. Do hemp stalks used commercially for fibre contain resin?
27May 1938
O.C.
1542(k)
Situation as regards the control of cannabis (hemp) and drugs derived from cannabis.
15 May 1936
O.C.
1542(1)
Note on cannabis: Extract from a letter dated 6 April 1936 from Dr. Bouquet to M. de Myttenaere.
19 May 1936
O.C.
1542(m)
Second note on Indian hemp: by Dr. de Myttenaere.
23 May 1936
O.C.
1542(n)
Situation concerning the control of cannabis (hemp) and of drugs derived from cannabis.
27 May 1936
O.C.
1542(o)
Note by Dr. Bouquet concerning document O.C. 1542(j), Questionnaire on Indian hemp.
10 February 1937
O.C
1542 (o) Addendum
Supplement to the previous document by Dr. Bouquet.
17 May 1937
O.C.
1542(P)
Memorandum on cannabis sativa detection, etc. by Dr. James C. Munch.
15 March 1937
O.C.
1542(q)
Excerpts from a report prepared in the Treasury Department of the United State of America concerning cannabis and from decennial revision of the United State pharmacopoeia in regard to cannabis.
24 March 1937
O.C.
1542(r)
Memorandum by Dr. W. L. Treadway, Assistant Surgeon-General (USA) dealing with cannabis, with special reference to the questionnaire submitted to the cannabis experts (document O.C. 1542(j) ).
23 March 1937
O.C.
1542(s)
Memorandum describing a simple test for determining the presence of marihuana in cigarettes.
18 May 1937
O.C.
1542(t)
Third note on India hemp by Dr. de Myttenaere, Assessor.
25 May 1937
O.C.
1542(t)Addendum
Sub-Committee on cannabis Supplement to the third note on India hemp.
14 September 1937
O.C.
1542(w)
"Marihuana Tax Act of 1937", promulgated by the Congress of the United States of America and approved by the President, 2 August 1937.
15 September 1937
O.C.
1542(x) and
Study of the chemical identification of marihuana (cannabis
4 October 1937 and 10 May 1938
addendum
 
indica), by Rafael Plasencia, Government Chemist in the Republic of Cuba.
 
O.C
1542(y)
Further information concerning the "Marihiana Tax Act of 1937".
22 November 1937
O.C.
1542(z)
Information regarding experiments on the chemical identification of marihuana.
3 March 1938
O.C.
1607
Sub-Committee on cannabis sativa. 1st Session. Report submitted to the Advisory Committee.
31 May 1935
O.C.
1655
Report of the Sub-Committee on Indian hemp on the work of its second session.
30 May 1936
O.C.
1707
Sub-Committee on Cannabis. 3rd Session (2, 7 and 9 June 1937).
9 June 1937
O.C.
1724
Report by Dr. J. Bouquet, Inspector of Pharmacies, Tunis, Pharmacist of Tunis Hospitals.
31 March 1938
O.C.
1724 Addendum
Supplement to O.C. 1724 by Dr. Bouquet 4 June 1938.
24 January 1939.
and corrigenda
 
Corrigenda.
 
O.C.
1724(a) and
Fourth note on Indian hemp, by Dr. de Myttenaere, Assessor. 31
 
addendum
 
March 1938. Supplement to O.C. 1724(a).
 
O.C.
1724 Second
Second supplement to O.C. 1724 by Dr. Bouquet.
3 June 1938
addendum
 
Corrigenda.
 
O.C.
1724(a)
Second supplement to O.C. 1724(a) by Dr. de Myttenaere.
11 June 1938
O.C.
1731
Situation concerning the control of cannabis (hemp) and of drugs derived from cannabis (USA).
14 May 1938
O.C.
1733
Further information concerning marihuana (USA).
14 May 1938
O.C.
1763(1)
Sub Committee on cannabis. 5th Session. Draft report submitted by Mr. Nind, Representative of India.
12 May 1939 15 May 1939
O.C./Cannabis/1
 
Situation concerning control of cannabis (hemp) and of drugs derived from cannabis Treatise by the United State Treasury Department on marihuana identification.
28 November 1938
O.C./Cannabis/2
 
Sub-Committee on cannabis Method of identifying cannabis Duquenois and Hassan Negm Reaction.
24 January 1939
O.C./Cannabis/3
 
Present state of documentation concerning cannabis and the problems to which it gives rise. Report presented by Dr. J. Bouquet, Inspector of Pharmacies, Tunis, Pharmacist to the Tunis Hospitals.
12 April 1939
O.C./Cannabis/4
 
Enquiry regarding the determination of the resin content of Indian hemp grown in different countries.
14 April 1939
O.C./Cannabis/5
 
Review of progress on the marihuana investigation during the year 1938, in the USA.
19 April 1939
O.C./Cannabis/6
 
Fifth note on cannabis by Dr. F. de Myttenaere, Assesor.
26 April 1939
O.C./Cannabis/7
 
Present position in regard to cannabis; results obtained and problems to be solved.
22 April 1939
O.C./Cannabis/8
Cannabis addiction in Turkey. Physiological and psychological effects of intoxication,
27 April 1939
O.C./Cannabis/9
The active principles of cannabis indica resin I. by Thomas Spense Work, Franz Bergel and Alexander Robertus Todd, from the Biochemical Department, Lister Institute, London
2 May 1939
O.C./Cannabis/10
Chronic cannabis intoxication Draft questionnaire submitted by Professor A Porot and Dr J. Bouquet.
4 May 1939
O.C./Cannabis/11
Aberrant variety of cannabis (results of the second year of cultivation)
1 May 1939
O.C./Cannabis/12
Cannabis addiction in Algeria, considered in its relationship to mental pathology and criminality.
8 May 1939

II. TRADE IN NARCOTICS

A. LEGAL TRADE

O.C.
115
Summary of replies received from governments with regard to the annual requirements of opium and its derivatives for internal consumption.
 
O.C.
118
Statement of exports of Indian opium from Calcutta during 1922.
 
O.C.
193
Memorandum prepared by the Secretariat giving a summary of the replies received from governments in connexion with the traffic in free ports, free zones and bonded warehouses
 
O.C.
368
Memorandum by the British Government on the insurance of consignments of opium and other dangerous drugs.
17 February 1926
O.C.
375
Letter from the Representative of Germany with regard to duplicate export certificates.
6 January 1926
O.C.
392
Classified list of conditions governing import, export of narcotics in all the countries of the world Communicated by the German Representative.
13 April 1926
O.C.
392(1)
Revised copy of classified list of conditions governing import, export of narcotics in all the countries of the world (with erratum).
 
O.C.
386
Letter from the Netherlands Government with regard to free ports and free zones in the Netherlands overseas territories.
12 March 1926
O.C.
486
Letter from the German Representative enclosing graphs showing the prices of raw opium.
28 August 1926
O.C.
486(e)
Letter from Dr Anselmino showing the movement of prices of the Turkish opium during 1930.
21 January 1931
O.C.
486(f)
Ditto during 1931 (letter from Dr. Anselmino showing the movement of prices of the Turkish opium during 1931).
2 February 1932
O.C.
513
Maritime insurance clause. (No. VIII of resolutions adopted by Opium Advisory Committee at its 8th Session.) Note communicated by the British Representative.
23 December 1926
O.C.
513(a)
Maritime insurance. Letter from the British Representative concerning action taken by the German Marine Underwriters' Association.
3 January 1927
O.C.
537
Summary of replies received concerning free ports and free zones.
15 January 1927
O.C.
545
The control of the conveyance of Persian opium by the Japanese ships chartered by foreign nationals, communicated by the Japanese Representative.
17 January 1927
O.C.
550
Letter from the Swiss Government on the supervision of the exportation of narcotics to countries in which the system of licences is not in force.
19 January 1927
O.C.
554
Draft resolution re reduction of amount of manufactured drugs produced, presented by the Italian Representative.
25 January 1927
O.C.
555
Letter from the Swiss Government communicating certain observations regarding the 9th resolution adopted by the Committee at its 8th Session, and approved by the Assembly (sending drugs through the post).
25 January 1927
O.C.
557 and erratum
Comparative tables of exports and imports.
26 January 1927
O.C.
572
Morphine factory in Turkey. Letter from the German Representative.
2 March 1927
O.C.
596
Letter from the Netherlands Government re maritime insurance.
21 April 1927
O.C.
646
Note from the Swedish Government with regard to free ports in that country
24 August 1927
O.C.O.C.
666666(1)
Memorandum by the Italian Representative on import certificate system and national control of factories.
26 September 1927
O.C.
677
Maritime insurance. Letter from the Representative of the United States of America.
 
O.C.
731
Rumania. Letter with regard to free ports and free zones. Geneva, 1928.
26 March 1928
O.C.
761
Comparative tables of exports and imports.
19 April 1928
O.C.
764
Table showing imports of Persian raw opium given by various countries in annual reports for 1926.
16 April 1928
O.C.
772
Figures of manufacture of morphine and salts of morphine.
19 April 1928
O.C.
909 and adden-dum
Regulations in free ports and free zones concerning the control of the traffic in opium and other dangerous drugs.
18 January 1929
O.C.
910
Trade statistics of drugs in transit, and the question of a uniform method for the presentation of such statistics.
15 January 1929
O.C.
1001
Letter from Hungarian delegation with regard to a new drug factory in Hungary.
25 July 1929
O.C.
1001(a)
Particulars re operation of Hungarian drug factory ("Alcalada" S.A. in Büdszentmihály).
9 August 1929
O.C.
1109 (Confiden-tial)
Statistics of the manufacture of narcotic drugs. Report prepared by Dr. Anselmino at the request of the Secretariat.
 
O.C.
1109(a)
Statistics of manufacture of narcotic drugs. Letter from Sir John Campbell concerning the report by Dr. Anselmino.
16 January 1930
O.C.
1109(b)
Statistics of the manufacture of narcotic drugs. Annex to report prepared by Dr. Anselmino.
8 February 1930
O.C.
1112
World consumption of opiates and cocaine. Document prepared by the Health Section.
December 1929
O.C.
1112(a)
Statistics of manufacture, imports, exports, consumption and stocks for the year 1929, and of estimates for the year 1930
8 August 1930
O.C.
1112(a) Addendum
Statistics of manufacture, imports, exports, consumption and stocks for the year 1929, and of estimates for the year 1930.
7 October 1930
O.C.
1143
List of factories authorised to manufacture drugs covered by the Geneva Opium Convention, chapter III.
17 January 1930
O.C.
1229
New list of Polish firms authorised to manufacture narcotic drugs.
5 July 1930
O.C.
1231
List of French firms authorised to manufacture narcotic drugs.
16 July 1930
O.C.
1351
Re-export trade of the non-manufacturing countries in morphine, diacetylmorphine and cocaine.
19 January 1931
O.C.
1360
Prices of raw opium, coca leaves, morphine hydrochloride, diacetylmorphine hydrochloride, codeine phosphate and cocaine hydrochloride during the period 1928-1930.
26 January 1931
O.C.
1387
Alleged interests of certain German drug manufacturers in Turkish drug factories.
20 April 1931
O.C.
1387(a)
Alleged interests of a Swiss drug factory in a Turkish drug factory. Letter from the Swiss Federal Political Department.
5 May 1931
O.C.
1396
Establishment of a new drug factory in Warsaw, Poland - La Société Polonaise des Produits chimiques "Roche".
19 February 1932
O.C.
1404
Chartering of vessels by foreigners. - Letter from the Acting Director of the Communications and Transit Section of the Secretariat.
′31 March 1932
O.C.
1442
Synoptical statistical tables showing the manufacture of morphine, diacetyl morphine and cocaine in the principal manufacturing countries during the period 1926-1930.
3 May 1932
O.C.
1454
Import certificate for a consignment of 1,700 cases of opium from Persia to Vladivostok in October 1931.
29 November 1932
O.C.
1463 (Confiden-tial)
Manufacture in Germany in 1931 of drugs not falling under the Geneva (1925) Opium Convention.
25 January 1933
O.C.
S.105
Drugs factories established in Bulgaria.
8 March 1933
     
1 May 1933
O.C.
1485
Communicating document Conf. D. 159. Analogies between the problem of the traffic in narcotic drugs and that of the trade in and manufacture of arms.
12 May 1933
O.C.
1486 (Confiden-tial)
Agreement between Turkey and Yugoslavia concerning the exportation of opium.
16 May 1933
O.C.
1487 and 1487(a)
Study of the methods used in the compilation of consumption statistics.
22 May 1933
     
27 March 1934
O.C.
1516
Opium Convention, concluded on 28 December 1932, between the Government of the French Settlements in India and the Government of India, for the purpose, inter alia, of preventing the introduction of contraband opium in Chandernagore.
15 November 1933
O.C.
1554
Statistical survey of the present position as regards the world's legitimate trade in raw opium.
26 May 1934
O.C.
1603
Application of article 20 of the Limitation Convention-The drawing up of a factory list for circulation to governments.
24 May 1935
O.C.
1628
Table showing the total volume of the export trade in methylmorphine (codeine) and ethylmorphine (dionine), during the year 1934 and quantities of these drugs held in stock at the end of that year.
5 May 1936
O.C.
1663
Manufacture of drugs in Turkey.
24 August 1936
O.C.
1664
Convention between British India and the French Settlements in India regarding the conversion into an annual payment of 3,000 rupees of the rights in connexion with the opium trade reserved to the French Government by article 6 of the Convention of 7 March 1815, and for the purpose of preventing the introduction of contraband opium in Chandernagore; signed at Chinsurah, 4 January 1936.
9 October 1936
O.C.
1694
General survey of the situation in regard to the world manufacture and use of and trade in the principal drugs licitly manufactured during the period 1931-1935.
20 May 1937
O.C.
1699 - 1699(a) and (b)
Question of supply of narcotic drugs to foreign ships in ports of another country.
25 May 1937
     
3 June 1938
     
11 May 1939

B. ILLICIT TRAFFIC

O.C.
6(c)
Final approved text of questionnaire (draft questionnaire on the traffic in opium).
2 May 1921
O.C.
22
Review of the situation with regard to the traffic in opium and other dangerous drugs.
13 April 1922
O.C.
49
Summary of replies to the opium questionnaire of 1921 (with annex) (draft questionnaire on the traffic in opium)
1 April 1922
O.C.
61
Report of seizures of cocaine in the various provinces of India.
29 August 1922
O.C.
79
Report on the drawing up of a black list.
22 December 1922
O.C.
84
Estimated amount of annual traffic in Persian and Turkish opium.
5 January 1923
O.C.
225
Report of the British Government on the traffic in opium.
 
O.C.
276
Operations of a syndicate for importing opium and narcotics. Case of the Kumagata Maru. Information forwarded by the British Government, together with a letter from the Italian Government.
 
O.C.
276(a)
Operations of a syndicate for importing opium and narcotics Letter from the Japanese Government
 
O.C.
294
List of seizures reported to the Secretariat since 1921. Prepared by the Secretariat.
22 August 1925
O.C.
294(a)
List of seizures reported to the League of Nations since August 1925.
22 April 1926
O.C.
295
Memorandum by the representative of Germany on the falsification of labels.
14 August 1925
O.C.
296
Memorandum by the Secretariat on the treaty between Canada
6 August 1925
   
and the United States of America for the suppression of smuggling operations.
 
O.C.
341(a)
Extract from a letter from the International Anti-Opium Association with regard to the import of strychnine and caffein pills into China.
 
O.C.
416(1)
Letter from the German Consul-General at Geneva concerning forged labels on packets containing narcotics.
9 December 1925
O.C.
420
Memorandum on smuggling at Dairen. Communicated by the British Representative.
21 May 1926
O.C.
444
Extracts from a letter from the Department of Agriculture, Excise and Forests, Government of Burma with regard to the more effective prevention of smuggling into the Shan States and from thence into Burma and from the Shan States into foreign territory. Communicated by the Indian Representative
27 May 1926
O.C.
453(a)
Enforcement of the Internal Revenue Narcotic Laws for the period of 1 July 1921 to 31 December inclusive by divisions, with general statistics beginning 1 July 1915.
16 July 1926
O.C.
500
Letter from International Mercantile Marine Officers' Association, concerning the question of contraband in vessels.
29 November 1926
O.C.
502
Report on opium traffic in Chinese Turkestan during 1925, forwarded by the British Government.
29 November 1926
O.C.
622
Smuggling into Iraq by the cross-desert motor route from Syria. Note by the British Representative.
4 July 1927
O.C.
638 and erratum
Memorandum by Dr. Anselmino on the formation of an international syndicate of drug manufacturers.
9 August 1927
O.C.
660
Information on the movements of individuals engaged in the illicit international traffic in drugs, forwarded by the Netherlands Government (Hoornstra case).
15 September 1927
O.C.
656(b)
Letter from the British Government with regard to the Henri de Monfreid case
1 October 1928
O.C.
656(c)
Letter from the British Government with regard to the Henri de Monfreid case
15 November 1928
O.C.
710(a)
Illicit traffic in heroin. Note by Mr. Caldwell (previous document O.C 710).
30 April 1929
O.C.
715
List of traffickers in narcotic drugs. Communicated by Dr.Carrière.
28 January 1928
O.C.
719
Traffic in opium and other dangerous drugs; use of the post by illicit traffickers. Letter from the Swiss Government and copy of circular sent by that Government to the International Bureau of the Universal Postal Union. Geneva, 1928.
11 February 1928
O.C.
739
Case of heroin smuggling in Palestine (case of Bruno L?w).
27 March 1928
O.C.
742
Note by the Secretariat on various marks on drugs seized in the Netherlands East Indies.
28 March 1928
O.C.
791
Note by M. Bourgois on difficulties in regard to the control of the illicit traffic in drugs through the post.
23 April 1928
O.C.
862
Seizure of heroin pills at Hong Kong. Report communicated by the British Government.
3 October 1928
O.C.
916
Note by the Swiss Delegate on the measures to be taken for preventing the smuggling of narcotics by letter post.
16 January 1929
O.C.
1118
Report on the activities of an international band engaged in illicit traffic in drugs between certain European countries and Egypt.
17 December 1929
O.C.
1125
Dangerous drug factories in Turkey. Note forwarded by the British Representative.
16 January 1930
O.C.
1140
Exports of Persian raw opium to Far Eastern countries compared with imports and transhipments as indicated in the annual reports of the governments concerned for the year 1928.
21 January 1930
O.C.
1199(b)
Further information with regard to seizures of peronine at Harbin during the December quarter 1929. Communicated by Mr. Lyall.
5 December 1930
O.C.
1246
Report on the manner in which the illicit traffic in opium from Marseilles and Hamburg to Rotterdam seems to be carried out. Communicated by the Netherlands Government.
2 August 1930
O.C.
1319(a)
Enquiry into the matter of forged labels. Replies from the Governments of the Netherlands, Portugal, Siam and Switzerland.
23 January 1931
O.C.
1335
Resolution regarding the illicit traffic passed on the 3rd International Police Congress at Antwerp, 25-30 September 1930
10 January 1931
O.C.
1359 (Confiden-tial)
Document regarding "black list" of drug traffickers, by Mr. A.H. Sirks.
27 January 1931
O.C.
1371
"Black list" and co-operation with police authorities. Statement by Mr. A H. Sirks.
2 February 1931
O.C.
1415 (Confiden-tial)
Part played in the illicit traffic by forwarding agents.
11 April 1932
O.C.
1417 (Confiden-tial)
Memorandum re the establishment by the Secretariat of a "black list" of illicit traffickers in narcotic drugs: purposes, form and use of the "black list".
9 April 1932
O.C.
S.48
Report on investigations re organised bands of traffickers of cocaine from Japan to India.
13 April 1932
O.C.
S.61 (Confiden-tial)
Information regarding the use in the illicit traffic of narcotic substances particularly ethylmorphine not controlled by national legislation.
29 June 1932
O.C.
S.82
Report on the discovery of a clandestine manufacture of drugs near Dairen.
1 December 1932
O.C.
S.114
Activities of the Eliopoulos-Del Gratio gang of traffickers.
11 May 1933
O.C.
1525
Export of 4 kg. 500 gr. of diacetylmorphine from Switzerland to Uruguay without an export authorisation.
7 February 1934
O.C.
S.205 to 205(e) series
Report by the Shanghai municipal police regarding clandestine drug factories, the manufacture of narcotic drug pills and the prevalence of the practice of pills-smoking in the Shanghai International Settlement.
17 October 1934 to 14 November 1935
O.C.
1588
Memorandum on the question of illicit traffic by aircraft.
26 April 1935
O.C.
1590
Smuggling by international sleeping cars and dining cars.
29 April 1935
O.C.
1593
Statistics of imports and exports of acid acetic anhydride.
11 May 1935
O.C.
1593(a)
Statistics of import and export of acid acetic anhydride.
15 May 1936
O.C.
1593(b)
Enquiry in regard to the manufacture and uses of acid acetic anhydride.
19 May 1937
O.C.
1593(c)
Statistics relating to imports and exports of acid acetic anhydride and caffeine.
3 June 1938
O.C.
1626
Passports of drug traffickers. Replies of governments to circular letter C.L. 37.1935.XI, of 7 March 1935.
29 April 1936
O.C.
1630 and 1630(1)
Postal traffic in drugs.
4 May 1936 10 November 1936
O.C.
1653
Report of the Sub-Committee instructed to make a study of the question of the adulteration of narcotic drugs.
27 May 1936
O.C.
1675(a)
Forgery of drug prescriptions.
7 June 1937
O.C.
1675  
30 July 1937
O.C.
1687
Statistics relating to the import of caffeine into countries or territories in which heroin pills are manufactured or seized.
11 May 1937
O.C.
1690
Drugging of race horses. Memorandum communicated by the representative of the United States of America.
13 May 1937
O.C.
1714 and 1714(a)
Illicit traffic in narcotic drugs by aircraft. Consultation of the International Air Navigation Commission.
17 December 1937 17 May 1938
O.C.
1750
Situation as regards the illicit traffic in Spain.
9 December 1938
O.C.
1762
Chartering of ships for the illicit traffic.
3 May 1939

III. CONTROL

A. NATIONAL

O.C.
50
Decree of Persian Government with regard to the import and use of morphine, cocaine, etc.
22 May 1922
O.C.
72
Correspondence with the Chinese Representative with reference to the proposed Chinese drug factory and control bureau.
27 November 1922
O.C.
99(h)
The International Anti-Opium Association regarding the suppression of opium in China.
 
O.C.
99(i)
The London Missionary Society, regarding the opium cultivation and the traffic in opium and morphine in China.
 
O.C.
102
Statement from the Japanese Government with regard to the control of the traffic in drugs in Manchuria and Tsing-Tao.
20 March 1923
O.C.
202
Extracts from the reports of the Administrator General of Finance in Persia.
31 July 1924
O.C.
206
Letter from the Swiss Representative concerning statistics of the manufacture of cocaine in Switzerland and of the import of dangerous drugs,
19 July 1924
O.C.
207
Measures adopted in India to give effect to the provisions of the Hague Opium Convention. Summary of the progress made in connexion with the adoption by Indian states of measures necessary to give effect to the provisions of this Convention.
4 August 1924
O.C.
210
Letter from the Japanese Government with regard to the suppression of the manufacture of heroin.
 
O.C.
224
Memorandum from the British Government with regard to opium cultivation in various parts of China during the first quarter of 1924.
 
O.C.
226
Memorandum on the situation in Persia with regard to opium. Forwarded by the British Government.
16 September 1924
O.C.
244
Letter from the British Government enclosing a memorandum with regard to the control of narcotics in Soviet Russia.
 
O.C.
246
Memorandum forwarded by the British Government with regard to the cultivation and traffic in opium in the province of Yunnan, China.
 
O.C.
259
Memorandum regarding the opium situation at Swatow. Forwarded by the British Government.
30 April 1925
O.C.
277
Note with regard to the opium situation in the province of Szechuan, China. Forwarded by the British Government.
25 June 1925
O.C.
312
The policy of the Japanese Government on the control of the opium traffic. Memorandum by the Japanese Representative. 25 August 1925
 
O.C.
313
Reply by the Japanese Representative to the questions raised by the British Representative regarding the supplementary information for Chosen and for Japan proper as to the figures for the raw opium which is used to manufacture morphine and salts of morphine.
26 August 1925
O.C.
316
Statement by the French Representative on the regulations for the traffic in and manufacture of narcotics in Syria.
26 August 1925
O.C.
343
Summary of the progress made in connexion with the adoption by Indian states of measures to strengthen their laws and regulations in regard to opium. Forwarded by the Indian Office, London.
19 November 1925
O.C.
348
Letter from the British Representative with regard to the application of the import certificate system in the British Mandated Territories.
12 November 1925
O.C.
428
Memorandum with regard to the amount of raw opium used in Japan in manufacturing morphine and the amount of the drug produced. Communicated by the Japanese Representative.
25 May 1926
O.C.
436
Extracts from the reports of the Excise Administrations of the Punjab, Bombay Presidency and Bengal for the financial year 1924-25 on cocaine smuggling in India. Communicated by the Indian Representative.
26 May 1926
O.C.
450
Statement by Colonel Arthur Woods on the enforcement of the provisions controlling the drug traffic in the United States of America.
31 May 1926
O.C.
452
Letter from Mrs. Hamilton Wright with regard to the situation in the Philippine Islands.
24 May 1926
O.C.
467
Extracts from the report by the British Municipal Council of Hankow for the year 1925, showing the opium seized during the last ten years.
29 July 1926
O.C.
475
Summary of the progress made in connexion with the adoption by Indian states of measures necessary to give effect to the provisions of the International Opium Convention.
24 August 1926
O.C.
475(a)
Summary of the progress made in connexion with the adoption by Indian states of measures necessary to give effect to the provisions of the International Opium Convention. Report by the Indian Government.
24 June 1927
O.C.
478
Letter from the Greek Chargé d'Affaires in Berne with regard to the import, export and transit of opium and other drugs in Greece.
17 August 1926
O.C.
490
Extract from the Moscow Isvestia containing a decree of the Central Executive Committee and the Soviet of People's Commissars of USSR regarding the state of monopoly of opium.
19 October 1926
O.C.
496
Extracts from a report showing the extent of the traffic in Yunnan raw opium from Tunghing.
29 November 1926
O.C.
780
Drug control in Italy (Cavazzoni Sub-Committee). "Laws and regulations in force in Italy". Communicated by the Italian Government.
26 March 1928
O.C.
782
Drug control in the Netherlands (Cavazzoni Sub-Committee). "Legislative and administrative measures taken in the Netherlands with regard to the control of the traffic in opium and other dangerous drugs".
30 March 1928
O.C.
783
Drug control in Switzerland (Cavazzoni Sub-Committee). "Note by Dr. Carrière on the Swiss regulations concerning trade in narcotics and on the memorandum by Mr. Cavazzoni".
 
O.C.
851
Bolivian law concerning the traffic in drugs.
15 October 1928
O.C.
854
Persia: Opium monopoly law containing sixteen articles approved by the Majlis at its meeting on 17 July 1928. Communicated by the Persian Delegation to the Ninth Assembly.
7 November 1928
O.C.
864
Letter from His Majesty's Government concerning the extension of the provisions of the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1920, in accordance with the International Opium Convention of 1925.
11 October 1928
O.C.
865
Statement regarding results of enforcement of narcotic laws during 1928. Communicated by the United States Government through the Government of the Netherlands.
19 October 1928
O.C.
899
Society for the Suppression of the Opium Trade Statement with regard to the manufacture of opium alkaloids in India.
2 January 1929
O.C.
918
Extract from the Gaceta de Madrid containing the text of Royal Decree No. 1350 dated 10 December 1928, which embodies the provisions relating to the establishing of stocks of narcotics and the entry into force of measures laid down in previous royal decrees relating to the new Spanish narcotic law.
14 January 1929
O.C.
924
Extract from the Afghan Penal Code.
17 January 1929
O.C.
929
Narcotic Substances Act of 15 December 1928, No. 1369, promulgated by the Turkish Republic.
18 January 1929
O.C.
930
Proposed scheme of monopolization of the manufacture and sale of morphine and other opium alkaloids in Chosen (Korea) and the measures to control and treat the morphine addicts. Communicated by the Japanese Government.
19 January 1929
O.C.
941
Report on the activities connected with the organization of, the production of and trade in raw opium in the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes during the years 1926 to 1929. Communicated by the Representative of the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes.
30 January 1929
O C.
980
Letter from the Portuguese Government with Decree concerning licences to trade in drugs.
11 May 1929
O.C.
1047
Regulations for pharmacies and sale of pharmaceutical products in the Union of Socialist Soviet Republics.
14 September 1929
O.C.
1054
Text of Spanish laws.
 
O.C.
1078
Federal law dated 23 October 1928 re traffic in and rules applicable to poisons (Poisons Act) in Austria.
25 November 1929
O.C.
1086
Letter from the Netherlands Government; re manufacture of narcotics in the Netherlands in 1928.
4 December 1929
O.C.
1103
Figures of consumption of drugs in Great Britain during the year 1928.
17 December 1929
O.C.
1107
Opium Ordinance of Formosa.
December 1929
O.C.
1120
Report of an enquiry by the National Health Insurance Department of Scotland to ascertain to what extent opium, morphine, cocaine, diamorphine and preparations containing them, were prescribed for the use of insured persons under the insurance scheme.
6 January 1930
O.C.
1144
Regulations concerning supervision over the traffic in opium. Communicated by the Yugoslav Government.
23 January 1930
O.C.
1144(a)
Law on traffic in and supervision over narcotic and poisonous drugs. Communicated by the Yugoslav Government
25 January 1930
O.C.
1147
National Central Offices for Opium Affairs. Memorandum submitted by Mr. A. H. Sirks, Assessor to the Committee
29 January 1930
O.C.
1193
Laws regulating traffic in narcotic drugs in Greece.
26 March 1930
O.C.
1239
Manufacture of narcotic drugs in the USSR. Regulations for the trade in narcotic drugs in the USSR.
22 July 1930
O.C.
475(b)
Summary of progress made in connexion with the adoption by Indian states of measures to give effect to provisions of the International Opium Convention. Communicated by the India Office, London.
13 August 1928
O.C.
534
Extract from the report of the Cairo city police for the year 1925, circulated at the request of the British Representative.
14 January 1927
O.C.
543
The measures taken by the Japanese Government prohibiting the export of opium and other dangerous drugs from Japan into China and her adjacent countries. Statement by the Japanese Representative.
17 January 1927
O.C.
544
The new regulations on the import certificate for opium and other dangerous drugs, communicated by the Japanese Representative.
17 January 1927
O.C.
547
Extracts from the report on the Administration of the Excise Department in Bengal for the year 1925-1926, communicated by the Representative of India.
18 January 1927
O.C.
563
Extract from a report presented to the International Police Congress (Berlin, 1926) by Dr. Schlensbusch, Head of the Local Government, Hamburg, with resolutions, transmitted by Dr. Anselmino.
28 January 1927
O.C.
606
Decree published by the Portuguese Government relative to the illicit traffic, communicated by the Portuguese Government.
21 May 1927
O.C.
619
Royal Decree promulgated by the Spanish Government concerning the registration of drug addicts in Spain.
26 June 1927
O.C.
625(d)
Letter from Colonel Woods, assessor to the Advisory Committee, with regard to the enforcement of the federal narcotic laws in the United States of America.
14 November 1928
O.C.
650
Letter from the Argentine Government, enclosing copies of laws in force in Argentine, concerning illicit traffic.
7 September 1927
O.C.
653
List of laws relating to the traffic in opium received by the Secretariat from governments.
29 August 1927
O.C.
653(a)
List of laws relating to the traffic in opium, received by the Secretariat of the League of Nations since 29 August 1927.
28 April 1928
O.C.
661
Reduction of opium cultivation in Persia: bill for the abolition of land taxation and substitution of new taxation submitted to the Majlis on 26 June 1927.
17 September 1927
O.C.
670
Statistics regarding opium in Indian states for the years 1924-25, 1925-26 and 1926-27. Communicated by the Representative of India.
28 September 1927
O.C.
709
United States regulations concerning the transport of narcotic drugs in postal packets. Geneva, 1928.
24 January 1928
O.C.
716
Conditions under which drugs can be imported into China; letter from Mr. Lyali, assessor. Geneva, 1928.
28 January 1928
O.C.
723
Laws in force in Nicaragua restricting and regulating the import and sale of poisonous substances.
13 February 1928
O.C.
729 and 729(1)
Narcotic control in Spain.
17 March 1928
O.C.
740
Letter from the Venezuelan Government enclosing a law regulating the drug traffic in Geneva, 1928.
28 March 1928
O.C.
754
Mexico: Statistical information and laws and regulations in force in Mexico (concerning the substances mentioned in the Opium Convention).
12 April 1928
O.C.
756 and erratum
Netherlands: Letter concerning the adoption of the export certificate system.
April 1928
O.C.
774
Drug control in Germany (Cavazzoni Sub-Committee). Letter from the German Representative.
31 January 1928
O.C.
776
Drug control in Great Britain (Cavazzoni Sub-Committee).
April 1928
O.C.
777 and annex
Drug control in France (Cavazzoni Sub-Committee). (Note by M. Bourgois, member of the Sub-Committee).
January-February 1928
O.C.
778
Memorandum on the control of opium and the narcotic drugs in Japan, by the Japanese Representative (Cavazzoni Sub-Committee).
13 February 1928
O.C.
779
Drug Control in USA (Cavazzoni Sub-Committee). "Letter from the American consul at Geneva concerning the legislative and administrative measures taken in the U.S. to control the drug traffic".
13 March 1928
O.C.
1620
Situation in Bulgaria in regard to opium and other narcotic drugs.
12 February 1936
O.C.
1631
Draft scheme of study of national laws and regulations dealing with questions covered by the international drug conventions.
5 May 1936
O.C.
1639
Regulations governing the examination of postal matter and parcels used for smuggling of narcotic drugs promulgated in February 1936.
18 May 1936
O.C.
1639(a)
Regulations governing the organization of the opium-suppression commission of the Municipality of Greater Shanghai.
22 May 1936
   
Provisional regulations governing the purchase of narcotic drugs.
 
O.C.
1643
State monopolies in trade and manufacture of narcotic drugs covered by the limitation convention 1931.
21 May 1936
O.C.
1647
Supplementary information on opium control in Malaya in 1935.
23 May 1936
O.C.
1652
Situation in China.
27 May 1936
O.C.
1654
Draft resolution concerning the situation in the Far East submitted by Dr. Carrière (Switzerland), Mr. Hardy (India), Mr. Fuller (United States of America).
29 May 1936
O.C.
1658
Opium Amendment Act. B.E. 2478. Communicated by the Representative of Siam.
16 July 1936
O.C.
1659
Laws and regulations promulgated in the United States of America concerning the control of opium and other dangerous drugs. Communicated by the Government of the United States of America.
15 July 1936
O.C.
1665
Opium suppression in Hupeh province, China.
1 December 1936
O.C.
1671
Results achieved in Canada in relation to codeine control.
12 January 1937
O.C.
1711
Creation in Mexico of a national auxiliary organ for the control of narcotic drugs.
25 October 1937
O.C.
1712
Control of limitation of the manufacture of narcotic drugs in France. Application of the 1931 Convention.
1 November 1937
O.C.
1740
Limitation of poppy cultivation in Iran.
20 May 1938
O.C.
1752
Application of the national and provincial laws on narcotic drugs in the Argentine Republic.
15 December 1938
O.C.
1776
Yugoslavia. Text of a Decree of 10 December 1938, amending and supplementing the Law on Narcotic Drugs of 30 November 1931.
17 July 1939

B. INTERNATIONAL

O.C.
27
List of drugs not mentioned in the Hague Convention which produce similar effects to those which already come under the Convention, forwarded by the French Government.
17 April 1922
O.C.
30
Statement by Mrs. Hamilton Wright (on the reduction of pro duction of opium).
 
O.C.
58
Letter from Narcotic Drug Control League, New York, offering assistance and enclosing copy of Second Annual Report of Narcotic Drug Control Commission and Table of Imports of Opium and Opium Alkaloids.
17 August 1922
O.C.
76
Summary of replies received up to date with reference to annual requirements for internal consumption.
20 December 1922
O.C.
77
Report of the enquiry made by the Health Committee of the League into the world's requirements of dangerous drugs specified in chapter III of the International Opium Convention for legitimate consumption.
20 December 1922
O.C.
78
Memorandum by the Secretary on the extension of the import and export certificate system.
21 December 1922
O.C.
91
Memorandum presented by Mrs. Hamilton Wright containing a comparative table of statistics in the possession of the Bureau of International Revenue in the enforcement of the narcotic laws.
 
O.C.
99
Resolutions forwarded by various voluntary organizations.
 
   
The Harvard International Assembly, regarding
 
   
1. The suppression of the use of opium for any other needs except those of a strictly medical character.
 
   
2. Opium monopoly by governments.
 
   
3. The ratification of the Hague Convention 1912.
 
     
4. The ratification by Turkey of the Hague Convention of 1912.
 
     
5. The ratification by Persia of the Hague Convention of 1912.
 
O.C.
99(a)
 
The International Anti-Opium Association, regarding
 
     
1. The control of the traffic in free ports and bonded warehouses.
 
     
2. The publicity of the meetings of the Advisory Committee.
 
     
The Edinburgh Anti-Opium Association, regarding
 
     
1. An opium monopoly in China.
 
O.C.
99(c)
 
The International Women's Suffrage Alliance, regarding
 
     
1. The cultivation of the poppy and the manufacture of dangerous drugs.
 
     
2. The limitation by governments of the use of drugs to the amounts required for medical and scientific purposes and the support of the League of Nations in its work to exterminate the illicit traffic.
 
O.C.
99(d)
 
The Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America, regarding
 
     
1. The representation of the United States of America on all international commissions dealing with humanitarian questions.
 
     
2. The next meeting of the Advisory Committee.
 
     
3. The representation of the United States of America at this meeting.
 
     
The American Association of University Women, regarding the League of Nations.
 
     
The Committee on Resolutions at Kansas City Convention, regarding
 
     
1. The passage of the Jone-Miller Bill.
 
     
2. The strict enforcement of narcotic laws
 
     
3. Strict control of import and export of narcotics.
 
     
Twelve associations (Press and otherwise), regarding
 
     
1. The appointment of Dr. Blue to the Advisory Committee and the organization of the Federal Narcotics Board.
 
     
2. The appointment of Dr. Alexander Lambert to convey the above resolution to the Secretary of State.
 
     
The Foreign Policy Association and six other organizations, regarding
 
     
1. The co-operation of the United States of America with the League of Nations by means of the Advisory Committee.
 
O.C.
99(e)
The Executive Committee of the League of Nations Union, regarding the limitation of world production of narcotic drugs to the world's requirements and the convening of the international conferences.
   
O.C.
99(f)
The International Anti-Opium Association, regarding the confining of the use of opium to medical use only ; the opposition to the legitimatizing of any use of opium exceptfor medical requirements ; and the registration of all present opium smokers.
   
O.C.
99(g)
The International Missionary Union regarding the limitation of production to medical requirements only.
   
O.C.
122
Summary of replies received from governments with reference to drugs coming under the provisions of article 14 of the Opium Convention of 1912.
   
O.C.
128
Letter and memorandum from the British Government with regard to discrepancies existing between statistics submitted by Japan and other States.
 
14 May 1923
O.C.
129
Proposals submitted by the Delegation of USA with regard to production and control of opium products.
   
O.C.
147
Recommendation with regard to the control of the import and export of opium, prepared by the Economic Section of the Secretariat.
 
21 July 1923
O.C.
151
Summary of replies to the circular letter with regard to the French list of drugs.
   
O.C.
174
Suggestions for the Opium Preparatory Committee regarding the means of carrying out the principles accepted by the Assembly and the production of the poppy and the coca leaf restricted to medical use only, submitted by Mrs. Hamilton Wright.
   
O.C.
181
Regulations in force in the Mandated Territories with regard to the International Convention on Opium on 1912. Summary prepared by the Secretariat
9 May 1924
O.C.
188
List of laws regarding the traffic in opium, received by the Secretariat up to date.
23 June 1924
O.C.
213
Preliminary report on the substitution of other crops for the coca plant and the opium poppy Submitted to the Preparatory Committee by the Agricultural Intelligence Office of the International Agricultural Institute.
August 1924
O.C.
214
Situation with regard to the position of governments concerning the exchange of information regarding seizures, with list of departments received by the Secretariat up to date.
August 1924
O.C.
218
Proposal by the German Representative with regard to the pro rata basis of manufacture.
 
O.C.
220
Proposal by Mrs. Hamilton Wright with regard to the substitution of other crops to take the place of opium produced above the world's requirements.
12 August 1924
O.C.
289
Note by the Secretary of the Committee on the report of the Health Committee with regard to articles 8 and 10 of the International Opium Convention of 1925.
17 August 1925
O.C.
293
Summary of the drug situation in Mandated Territories prepared by the Secretariat
7 August 1925
O.C.
303
Resolution by the National Christian Council with regard to the failure of the Geneva Conference to reach an agreement concerning the complete cessation of the opium traffic within a limited number of years.
7 August 1925
O.C.
317(1)
Revised list of countries with reference to the position as regards the adoption of the import certificate system.
27 August 1925
O.C.
359
Letter from the Union Catholique d'Etudes Internationales containing suggestions regarding co-operation with the Advisory Committee.
15 January 1926
O.C.
418
Information with regard to the drug situation in Mandated Territories. Memorandum by the Secretariat.
12 May 1926
O.C.
426
Report on the action taken by the Health Committee of the League of Nations in execution of articles 8 and 10 of the International Opium Convention of 19 February 1926.
 
O.C.
434 (Confidential)
Notes on the position in certain South American countries as regards the traffic in opium and drugs. Communicated by the British Representative.
25 May 1926
O.C.
455
Letter from the Government of Czechoslovakia with regard to articles 13 and 15 of the Geneva Opium Convention of 1925 (export authorizations).
12 May 1926
O.C.
492
Collection of resolutions adopted by the Assembly, the Council and the Advisory Committee of the Traffic in Opium.
 
O.C.
531
Note for the Advisory Committee on Traffic in Opium regarding the work of the Committee of Experts, forwarded by Dr. Carrière.
11 January 1927
O.C.
669
Report of Sub-Committee on the relation between the Central Board and Opium Advisory Committee.
1 October 1927
O.C.
681
Control of drug factories. Statement made by Colonel Woods.
6 October 1927
O.C.
759
Great Britain Foreign Office. Letter with regard to the mutual exchange of information concerning seizures (of opium) between Great Britain and the United States of America. Extension of agreements to the Philippine Islands.
April 1928
O.C.
766
Crane, Charles Kittredge Scheme for the control of manufactured drugs. Forwarded by the Government of the United States of America through the Netherlands Government.
18 April 1928
O.C.
774-785
Advisory Committee on Traffic in Opium and Other Dangerous Drugs Sub-Committee for the Study of Administrative Systems of Control and of the Cavazzoni Proposal (observations by the Governments of France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Switzerland and the United States).
31 January 1928
O.C.
775
Note by the British representative on the memorandum by M. Cavazzoni.
6 February 1928
O.C.
784
Telegram from Colonel Woods with regard to the Cavazzoni memorandum.
 
O.C.
785
Comments on the Cavazzoni memorandum by the Treasury Department of the United States
12 April 1928
O.C.
792
Sub-Committee for the Study of Administrative Systems of Control and of the Cavazzoni proposal Report submitted by Dr. Carrière.
April 1928
O.C.
799
Mr. Dunham's observations on the report of the Cavazzoni Sub-Committee.
 
O.C.
871
Extract from the Swiss Criminal Law review, 1928 : "Legal aspects of the drug problem ; communication by Professor Ernst Delaquis to the meeting of the International Criminal Police Commission held at Berne from 10-12 September 1928.
November 1928
O.C.
912
Scheme for the limitation of manufacture of narcotics, submitted by M. A. E. Blanco.
9 January 1929
O.C.
1016
Letter from Universal Postal Union re control of letting of post office boxes.
29 July 1929
O.C.
1089
Scheme for limitation of the output of manufactured drugs submitted by Mr. C. K. Crane. Letters from Belgium and Italy.
9 December 1929
O.C.
1123(2) and 1123(2) (a)
Revised provisional list, drawn up by the Sub-Committee of Experts, of substances and preparations coming under the Hague and Geneva Conventions (see also document O.C. 1409).
14 April 1932
O.C.
1126
Codification of certain categories of conventions.
16 January 1930
O.C.
1138
General principles which may be taken as a basis for the preparation of a convention on the limitation and rationing of the manufacture of narcotic drugs.
20 January 1930
O.C.
1190
Letter from the Hungarian Government regarding article 10 of the Geneva Convention, 1925.
26 March 1930
O.C.
1240
Conference of the countries manufacturing narcotic drugs to be convened by the Government of Great Britain
24 July 1930
O.C.
1261
Conference on limitation of manufacture. Statistics contained in the replies of governments to C L.116.1930 XI.
 
O.C.
1282
Import and export certificate system : Modification. Proposal by the Government of Uruguay.
27 November 1930
O.C.
1294
Conference on the Limitation of the Manufacture of Narcotic Drugs.
 
O.C.
1294(a), 1294(b)
Replies by the governments to Circular Letter C.L.116,1930.XI. (Conference on the Limitation of the Manufacture of Narcotic Drugs).
16 September 1930 21 October 1930 10 December 1930
O.C.
1294(c)
Further replies from governments to C.L.116.1930.XI. and C.L.-292(a).1930.XI.
31 January 1931
O.C.
1318
Administrative control of the drug traffic. Observations sent in by governments in reply to Circular Letter No. C.L.307.1929.XI.
30 December 1930
O.C.
1332(a) to 1332(1)
Documents concerning the draft convention for regulating manufacture and supply of narcotic drugs, with amendments and texts as adopted by the 14th Session of the Opium Advisory Committee.
January 1931
O.C.
1334
Observations on the provisional plan of agreement with regard to the allocation of the quotas indicated in the report on the conference of manufacturing countries, held in London in October 1930, submitted by the Japanese Delegate.
10 January 1931
O.C.
1337
Conference on the Limitation of the Manufacture of Narcotic Drugs. Statement by the Turkish Representative.
9 January 1931
O C.
1348
Letter from the President of the Permanent Central Opium Board regarding the representation of the Board at the coming Conference on the Limitation of the Manufacture of Narcotic Drugs.
14 January 1931
O.C.
1357 and 1357(1)
Report to the Council on the plan drawn up by the Advisory Committee with a view to the limitation of the manufacture of narcotics.
21 and 22 January 1931
O.C.
1358
Letter from the President of the Permanent Central Opium Board regarding the interpretation of article 24 of the Geneva Opium Convention 1925.
19 January 1931
O.C.
1363
Statement by the German Representative regarding the application of the import certificate system to codeine, benzylmorphine, etc.
27 January 1931
O.C.
1369
International Convention for the Suppression of the Illicit Traffic in Dangerous Drugs. Draft communicated by the Delegation of the International Criminal Police Commission.
30 January 1931
O.C.
1369(a), 1369(b), 1369(c)
Sub-Committee for international co-operation for the suppression of illicit traffic in narcotic drugs Draft convention submitted by the International Criminal Police Commission
12 May 1933, 13 May 1933, 18 May 1933, 24 May 1933
O.C.
1377
Declaration by the Representative of China as regards the application of ch. IV of the Hague Convention.
5 February 1931
O.C.
1379
List of government departments authorized to exchange information with regard to cases of illicit traffic and seizures of narcotic drugs (as at 29 January 1931).
5 February 1931, 7 April 1932, 24 June 1932
O.C.
1379(1) (C.96.M.32.1934.XI).
Revised list of government departments authorized to exchange information with regard to cases of illicit traffic and seizures of narcotic drugs (as at 1 February 1934).
12 February 1934
O.C.
1390
Exemption of preparations containing narcotic drugs from the application of the Geneva Convention, 1925.
12 May 1931
O.C.
1391
Note by the Acting Legal Adviser of the Secretariat regarding the application of article 8 of the Geneva Opium Convention, 1925.
4 May 1931
O.C.
1392
Memorandum on the draft convention communicated by the International Criminal Police Commission.
11 July 1931
O.C.
1406
Extension of the system of marking packages with serial numbers to drugs despatched by wholesale dealers (C.L.51.1929.XI. of 6 April and C.L.137.1930.XI. of July).
12 April 1932
O.C.
1407
Methods employed for the disposal of the drugs seized and the manner in which those seizures are shown in the national statistics by the governments (C L 280.1931.XI. of 10 November).
7 April 1932
O.C.
1411
Application of articles 10 and 8 of the Geneva Opium Convention of 19 February 1925 (Replies to various circular letters)
8 April 1932
O.C.
1412
Request to Health Committee to seek a means of accelerating the procedure provided in article 10 of the Geneva Convention and of reducing its duration, if possible to a period of six months.
9 April 1932
O.C.
1413
Application of severe penalties to illicit traffickers and co-operation between the police authorities and between them and the Advisory Committee for the purpose of suppressing the illicit traffic.
12 April 1932
O.C.
1413(b)
Application of severe penalties to illicit traffickers and co-operation between them and the Advisory Committee. Letter from the Austrian representative dated 26 July 1932.
26 September 1932
O.C.
1422 series
Annual reports communicated to the League of Nations from territories in which the use of opium is temporarily authorized.
28 April 1993 24 and 31 May 1933
O.C.
1430
Statement regarding the work of the Bangkok Conference by the Director of the Opium Traffic and Social Questions sections.
19 April 1932
O.C.
1433
Penalties applicable under the laws on narcotics.
23 April 1932
O.C.
1433(a)
Penalties applicable under the laws on narcotics.
23 May 1933
O.C.
1449, 1449 (1) and 1449(2).
Preparatory work for a conference to consider the possibility of limiting and controlling the cultivation of the opium poppy and the cultivation and harvesting of the coca leaf (raw opium questionnaire).
10 October 1932 23 May 1933 31 May 1933
O.C.
1455
Resolution by the Senate of Canada against curtailment or interruption in the continuity of the work of the Opium Traffic Section.
15 March 1933
O.C.
1458(3)
Revised list, drawn up by the Sub-Committee of Experts, of drugs, preparations, and proprietary medicines coming under the Hague (1912) and Geneva (1925) Opium Conventions and the Limitation Convention (Geneva, 1931).
30 September 1937
O.C.
1458(3) Annexe Erratum
Revised list of drugs, preparations and proprietary medicines coming under the international drug conventions.
28 February 1938
O.C.
1458(3) Annexe 2nd erratum
Revised list of drugs, preparations and proprietary medicines coming under the international drug conventions
15 October 1938
O.C.
1468
Questions regarding control of drug traffic discussed by the International Police Commission at a meeting held in Rome, October 1932.
28 March 1933
O.C.
1469
Extradition treaties for contravention of drugs laws.
28 March 1933
O.C.
1469(b)
Extradition treaties for contravention of drugs laws.
21 July 1936
O.C.
1472, 1472(a) and 1472(1)
Preparatory documentation for a conference to consider the possibility of limiting and controlling the cultivation of the opium poppy and the cultivation and harvesting of the coca leaf (coca leaf questionnaire)
24 April 1933 22 and 31 May 1933
O.C.
1478
Decision by the Health Committee to exempt, under article 8 of the Geneva Opium Convention, 1925, certain sterilized solutions of morphine and atropine in ampoules of 1 1 cc.
3 May 1933
O.C.
1480
Memorandum on certain difficulties of interpretation in connexion with article 11 of the Limitation Convention which affect the Model Administrative Code
8 May 1933
O.C.
1482 and 1482(a.)
Recommendation No VI of the Final Act of the 1931 Limitation Conference concerning the abolition of the use of diacetyl- morphine.
9May 1933 24January 1943
O.C.
1491
Preparatory work for a conference to consider the possibility of limiting and controlling the cultivation of the opium poppy and the cultivation and harvesting of the coca leaf Text proposed by the British Representative for insertion in the report to the Council.
27 May 1933
O. C
1501(3), 1501(2)
Observations by governments on the draft form of annual reports
7 May 1934
O. C.
1509
Respective competences of the Opium Advisory Committee, the Permanent Central Board and the Supervisory Body.
4 November 1933
O.C.
1515
Interpretation of the definition of "Preparation suitable for normal therapeutic use" as applied in article 13,paragraph 2 (b) of the 1931 Convention for limiting the manufacture and regulating the distribution of narcotic drugs
7 November 1933.
O.C.
1522
Convention for limiting the manufacture and regulating the distribution of narcotic drugs, of 13 July 1931 Application of article 18 regarding the disposal of seized narcotic drug (letter from the Canadian Advisory Officer, Geneva).
22 January 1934
O.C.
1533
Request by the Egyptian Government that certain steritizedsolutions of morphine or eucodal and atropine which, by a decision of the Health Comrmttee, were exempted fromthe application of the Geneva Opium Convention of 1925 in virtue of its article 8, should again be brought within the scope of the convention
2 May 1934
O.C.
1534( C.159.M- 68. 1934. XI.) series
Draft: convention for the suppression of the illicit traffic in dangerous drugs
3 May to 13 May 1934
O.C.
1535 series
Analytical study of the forms in use by governments in application of the import certificate and export authorization system
14 May 1934 to 30 May 1935
O.C.
1535 (h)
Application of the system of import certificates and export authorizations
1 June 1937
O.C.
1535(i)
Application of the system of impot certificates and export authorizations Summary of replies to CL. 196.1935.XI.
28 April 1939
O.C.
1535(j)
Revision of document C434.M225.1935XI, dated 2 November1935, regarding the working of the system of import certificates and export authorizations.
28 April 1939
O.C.
1535(k)
Table giving the authorities issuing the import certificates and export authorizations in the various countries.
26 May 1939
O.C.
1547
Sub-Committee Instructed to study the question of the extensionof the system of serial numbering of receptacles to drugs consigned by wholesale traders--Note by M Razet, Head of the French Bureau des Stupéfiants, on the operation of the system of numbering receptacles in France
23 May 1934
O.C.
1548
Value of the legitimate trade in dangerous drugs and financial losses sustained by the community as a result of drug addiction.
24 May 1934
O.C.
1549
Measures taken by governments against the abuse of narcotic drugs and for the purpose of preventing the further develop-ment, of such abuse
25 May 1934
O.C.
1550
Manufacture and export of drugs Extension of manufacture to new manufacture countries.
25 May 1934
O.C.
1550 Erratum
Manufacture and export of drugs Extension of manufacture to new manufacturing countries
11 July 1934
O.C.
1552
Extradition for offences against the laws on opium and other dangerous drugs. Progress made in recent extradition treaties.
25 May 1934
O.C.
1553 (C.H 1151) and 1553(t)
 
Report of the Joint Sub-Committee of the Advisory Committee and the Health Committee appointed to examine Recommendation X of the Bangkok Conference.
26 and 30 May 1934
O.C.
1558 series  
Draft international convention for the suppression of illicit traffic in dangerous drugs
29 May 1934
O.C.
1559  
Extension of serial numbering to wholesalers.
30 May 1934
O.C.
1568  
Interpretation of article 7 of The Hague Convention and of articles V and VI of the GenevaOpium Agreement (1925) (memorandum by the Representative of Siam).
19 September 1934
O.C.
1568 Erratum  
Interpretation of article 7 of The Hague Convention and of articles V and VI of the Geneva Opium Agreement (1925).
19 September 1934
O.C.
1573  
Organization of the police with a view to the campaign against the clandestine manufacture of and illicit traffic in narcotic drugs.
5 November 1934
O.C.
1578  
Restriction of the number of licences to manufacture drugs. Resolution adopted on 20 November 1934.
20 November 1934
O C.
1586  
Information regarding the action taken and the methods adopted by international associations and missionary organizations in the campaign against narcotic drugs.
29 March 1935
O.C.
1596  
Application of article 10 of the 1931 Convention in regard to the export and import of diacetylmorphine.
14 May 1935
O.C.
1596(a)
 
Application of article 10 of the 1931 Convention in regard to the export and import of diacetylmorphine.
14 February 1936
O C.
1597  
Some statistical data supplied by the Opium Suppression Supervisory Bureau in October 1934.
16 May to 24 May 1935
(O.C.S.239)
       
O.C.
  1627, 1627(1)
Specialized police services dealing with the campaign against narcotic drugs.
4 May 1936, 12 November 1936, 23 November 1937
O.C.
 
1632, 1632(a) 1632(b) 1932(c)
Regulations applicable to, and control over, pharmacies.
5 May 1936, 27 May 1936, 10 May 1937, 1 June 1937
O.C
 
1632(c)(1)
Annex to C.L.192,137.XI Rules recommended for the effective control over pharmacies.
9 June 1937
O.C
 
1636 and 1636(a)
Establishment by the governments of a single authority responsible for the supervision of narcotic drugs.
12 May 1936, 16 May 1939
O.C
  1641
Preparatory work with a view to the possibility of limiting and controlling the cultivation of the opium poppy and the cultivation and harvesting of the coca leaf.
18 May 1936
O.C.
  1644
The work of the Supervisory Body.
21 May 1936
O.C.
  1648
Communication to the Finnish Government with reference to the interpretation of article 10 of the Limitation Convention 1931.
23 May 1936
O.C.
  1662
Results of the application of the international opium conventions as regards the manufacture, export and consumption of dangerous drugs.
30 July 1936
O.C.
  1666
Communication of laws and regulations under article 21 of the Convention for limiting the manufacture and regulating the distribution of narcotic drugs.
4 December 1936
O.C
 
1677 and adden-dum
Preparatory work for a conference to consider the possibility of limiting and controlling the cultivation of the opium poppy and the production of raw opium.
10 March 1937 and 26May 1937
O.C
 
1677 (a)
Replies to the questionnaire (document C.640.M.302.1933.XI - O.C. 1449, (2), by the Government of India in respect of British India and the Indian states.
10 March 1937
O.C
 
1677(b)
Replies to the questionnaire (document C.640.M.302.1933XI-- O.C. 1449, (2), by the Government of China. O.C 1677(c)
13 May 1937
O.C
 
1677(c)
Replies to the questionnaire (document C.640M.302.1933.XI-- O.C. 1449, (2), by the Government of Japan.
18 May 1937
O.C
  1698
Measures for the search of narcotics in the railways. Measures to prohibit railway officials and workers from aiding in the smuggling of narcotics.
24 May 1937
O.C
 
1728and 1728(a)
Measures to prevent the use of ocean-going steamers for illicit traffic and supervision in the larger seaports.
13 May 1938, 23 May 1938
O.C
 
1745(a) and ad-dendum
Draft report concerning the preparatory work for a conference to consider the possibility of limiting and controlling the cultivation of the opium poppy and the production of raw opium.
21 June 1938, 23 June 1938
O.C.
1751
Report to the Council concerning the preparatory work for a conference to consider the possibility of limiting and controlling the cultivation of the opium poppy and the production of raw opium and controlling other raw materials for the manufacture of opium alkaloids. Observations by governments in regard to C.L.192.1938.XI. Replies of Canada and Ireland.
10 December 1938
O.C.
1751(a)
Replies of Costa Rica, Egypt, Finland, Guatemala, Iraq, Monaco, Roumania, Sudan and Iceland.
14 January 1939
O.C.
1751(b)
Replies of Greece, Hungary, New Zealand, Sweden and Guatemala.
7 February 1939
O.C.
1751(d)
Replies of Australia, France, Latvia, Netherlands, Siam and Union of South Africa.
20 February 1939
O.C.
1751(d)
Replies of Bulgaria, Norway, Switzerland and Venezuela.
2 March 1939
O.C.
1751(e) and ad-dendum
Reply of India.
6 March 1939, 3 May 1939
O.C.
1751(f)
Replies of Poland and the United States of America.
22 April 1939
O.C.
1751(g)
Reply of Yugoslavia.
3 May 1939
O.C.
1751(h)
Reply of Turkey.
3 May 1939
O.C.
1751(i)
Reply of the United Kingdom, Burma, Straits Settlements, Hong Kong, Sarawak, Aden, Ceylon, and British North Borneo.
22 May 1939
O.C.
1767
Application of article 10 of the 1925 Convention and article 11 of the 1931 Convention for limiting the manufacture of drugs.
16 May 1939
O.C.
1775
Draft report concerning the preparatory work for a conference to consider the possibility of limiting and controlling the cultivation of the opium poppy and the production of raw opium and controlling other raw materials for the manufacture of opium alkaloids.
11 June 1939

C. SYSTEMATIC ACCOUNT OF THE WORK OF THE INTERNATIONAL BODIES DEALING WITH NARCOTICS

First session (2-5 May 1921)
C.77.M.39.1921.XI
Second session (19-29 April 1922)
C.416.M.254.1922.XI
Third (emergency) session (1 September 1922)
C. 72.M.27.1923.XI
Fourth session (8-14 January 1923)
C·155·M.27.1923.XI
Fifth session (24 May-7 June 1923)
C.41.M.184.1923.XI
Sixth session (4-14 August 1924)
C.397.M.146.1924. XI
Seventh session (24-31 August 1925)
C·602.M.192.1925.XI
Eighth session (26 May-8 June 1926)
C.393.M.136.1926.XISer. L.o.N.P·1926.XI.4
Ninth session (17 January-3 February 1927)
C.86. M.35.1927.XI Ser. L.o.N.P. 1927.XI.2
Tenth (extraordinary) session (28 September-8 October1927)
C.557.M.199.1927.XISer. L.o.N.P.1927.XI.10
Eleventh session (12-27 April 1928)
C.328,M.88 1928. XI (O.C.816) Ser. L.o.N.P.1928.XI.3
Twelfth session (17 January-2 February 1929)
C. 134.M.49. I929.XI. Ser L.o.N P.1929.XI.2
Thirteenth session (20 January-14 February 1930)
C.121.M.39.1930.XISer.L.o.N.P.1930. XI.1
Fourteenth session (9 January-7 February 1931)
Vol.I.C.88.M.34.1931.XI.Vol.ISer. L.o.N.P.1931.XI.2/I Vol. II.C.88. M.34.1931.XI.Vol. II Ser. L.o.N.P.1931.XI.2/II
Fifteenth session (15 April - 4 May 1932)
C.575.M.282.1932.XISer. L.o.N.P. 1932. XI.4
Sixteenth session (15-31 May 1933)
C.480.M.244.1933.XI Ser. L.o.N.P.1933.XI.3

Advisory Committee on Traffic in Opium

Rules of procedure (as amended by the Advisory Committee at its fifth session, May-June 1923).
O.C.123(1)

Minutes of the sessions of the Committee:

Seventeenth session (30 0ctober-9 November 1933)
C.661.M.316.1933.XISer. L o.N P.1933.XI.6
Eighteenth session (18 May-2 June 1934)
C.317 M.142 1934 XI Ser. L.o.N P.1934.XI.3
Nineteenth session (15-28 November 1934)
C.33.M.14.1935 XI Ser L.o N.P.1935.XI.1
Twentith session (20 May-5 June 1935)
C.277.M. 144.1935.XI. Ser. L o N.P.1935.XI.6
Twenty-first session (18 May-5 June 1936)
C.290.M.176 1936 XI Ser. L.o.N.P.1936.XI.17
Twenty-second session (24 May-12 June 1937)
C.315.M.211 1937.XI Ser.L.o.N.P. 1937.XI.6
Twenty-third session (7-24 June 1938)
C.249.M.147 1938.XI Ser. L.o.N.P. 1938.XI.4
Twenty-fourth session (15 May-12 June 1939)
C.209.M.136.1939.XISer. L.o.N.P.1939.XI.5
Twenty-fifth session (13-17 May 1940)
C.162.M.147.1940.XISer. L.o.N.P.1941.XI.1
First session (2-5 May 1921)
A.38.1921.XI
Second session 19-29 April 1922
A. 15.1922.XI
Third session (emergency meeting) (1 September 1922)
A.15(a).1922.XI
Fourth session (8-14 January 1923)
C.37. M.91 1923 XI
Fifth session (24 May-7 June 1923)
A 13.1923.XI
Sixth session (4-14 August 1924)
A.32.1924.XI
Seventh session (24-31 August 1925)
A.28.1925 XI
Eighth session (26 May-8 June 1926)
A.20.1926. XI
Ninth session (17 January-3 February 1927)
A.29.M.19.1927.XISer. L.o. NP.1927.XI.1
Tenth (extraordinary) session (28 September-8 October 1927)
C.521.M.179 1927.XI Ser. L.o.N.P. 1927.XI.9
Eleventh session (12-26 April 1928)
A.7.1928.XISer. L.o.N.P. 1928.XI.2
Twelfth session.(l7 January-2 February 1929)
C.33.1929.XISer. L.o.N.P.1929.XI.1
Thirteenth session (20 January-14 February 1930)
C. 138. M.51.1930.XI · Ser. L.o.N P 1930 XI.2
Fourteenth session (9 January-7 February 1931)
C.138(a).M.62(a).1931.XISer. L.o.N.P.1931.XI.4
Fifteenth session (15 April- 4 May 1932)
C.240.M.229.1932.XISer. L.o.N.P.1932.XI.2
Sixteenth session (15-31 May 1933)
C.385.M.193.1933.XISer. Lo.N.P.1933.XI.1
Seventeenth session (30 October-9 November 1933)
C 642.M 305.1933 XI Ser. L o.N.P.1933.XI.5
Eighteenth session (18 May-2 June 1934)
C.256. M.105.1934.XI
 
Ser. L.o.N.P. 1934.XI. 1
Nineteenth session (15-18 November 1934)
C.530. M.241.1934. XI
 
Ser. L.o.N P. 1934.XI.6
Twentieth session (20 May-5 June 1935)
C.253.M. 125.1935.XI
 
Ser. L.o.N.P.1935.XI.2
Twenty-first session (18 May-5 June 1936)
C.278.M.168.1936.XISer. L.o.N.P.1936.XI
Twenty-second session (24 May-12 June 1937)
C.285.M.186.1937.XISer. L.o.N.P.1937. XI.4
Twenty-third session (7-24 June 1938)
C.237.M.136.1938.XISer. L o.N.P. 1938.XI.2
Twenty-fourth session (15 May-12 June 1939)
C.202.M.131.1939.XISer. L.o.N.P.1939.XI.4
Twenty-fifth session (13-17 May 1940)
C. 125.M.114.1940.XI Ser. L.o.N.P. 1940.XI.3
Minutes of the sessions of the Joint Sub-Committee of the Health Committee and the Advisory Committee on Traffic in Opium:
 
First session (4-6 January 1923)
C.79.M.33.1923.XI
Second session (5-7 September 1923)
C.746.M 308.1923.XI

Reports to the Council on the work of the Advisory Committee:

Summary of Annual Reports, 1926
O.C.415.Ser. L.o.N.P. 1926.XI.3
Summary of Annual Reports, 1927
O.C.507.Ser. L.o N P.1927.XI.3
Summary of Annual Reports, 1928
O.C.693.Ser. L.o.N.P.1928. XI. 1
Summary of Annual Reports, 1929
O.C.877.Ser. L.o.N.P.1929.XI.3
Summary of Annual Reports, 1930
O.C. 1072. Ser. L.o.N.P. 1930.XI.5
Summary of Annual Reports of Governments on the Traffic in Opium and Other Dangerous Drugs for the years 1929 and 1930
C.329. M.200. 1932.XI Ser.L.o.N.P.1932.XI.3
Summary of Annual Reports of Governments on the Traffic in Opium and Other Dangerous Drugs for the year 1931
C.236.M.123.1933. XI Ser. L.o.N.P.1933.XI.2
Summary of Annual Reports of Governments on the Traffic in Opium and Other Dangerous Drugs for the year 1932
C.312.M.1934. XI Ser. L.o.N.P. 1934.XI.2
Summary of Annual Reports of Governments on the Traffic in Opium and Other Dangerous Drugs for the year 1933
C.258.M.130.1935.XISer. L.o.N.P. 1935.XI.4
Summary of Annual Reports of Governments on the Traffic in Opium and Other Dangerous Drugs for the year 1934
C.299. M.182.1936.XI Ser. L.o.N.P.1936.XI 15
Summary of Annual Reports of Governments on the Traffic in Opium and Other Dangerous Drugs for the year 1935
C.305.M.203.1937.XISer. L.o.N.P. 1937.XI.5
Summary of Annual Reports of Governments on the Traffic in Opium and Other Dangerous Drugs for the year 1936
C.241.M.140.1938.XISer. L.o.N.P.1938.XI.3
Summary of Annual Reports of Governments on the Traffic in Opium and Other Dangerous Drugs for the year 1937
C.218.M.146.1939.XISer. L.o.N.P.1939.XI.6
Summary of Annual Reports of Governments on the Traffic in Opium and Other Dangerous Drugs for the year 1938
C.124. M.113. 1940.XI Ser. L.o.N.P.1942.XI. 1
Summary of Annual Reports of Governments on the Traffic in Opium and Other Dangerous Drugs for the year 1939
C.76.M.76.1942.XISer.L.o.N.P.1942.XI.1
Analytical Study of Annual Reports by Governments on the Traffic in Opium and Other Dangerous Drugs for year 1940
C.177.M. 177.1945.XI Ser. I.o.N.P.1945.XI.2

Annual reports by governments

International Opium Convention signed at the Hague, 23 January 1912
O.C.I.(I)

International conventions and agreements

First Opium Conference (3 November 1924-11 February 1925):

Summary of the Information received from Governments with regard to Prepared Opium in the European Possessions and Countries of the Far East
C.O.P.I.
Agreement, Protocol and Final Act, signed on 11 February 1925
C.82.M.41.1925.XI C.O.P.57(I)
Minutes and Annexes
C.684.M.244.1924.XI
Index to the Records (Minutes)
C.29. M.15.1926.XI Ser. Lo.N.P.1926.XI.1
Second Opium Conference (17 November 1924-19 February 1925):
 
Part I: Summary of the Information received from the Governments with regard to the Production and Manufacture of Raw Opium and Coca Leaves. Opium Derivatives and Cocaine, with Statistical Tables (Years 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923)
 
Part II: Estimated annual requirements of Opium and its Derivatives reduced to their Morphine contents, together with Estimated Requirements of Cocaine and Other Narcotics
O.D.C.I.(I)
 
C.656.M.234.1924.XI
Convention, Protocol and Final Act
C.88.M.44.1925.XI
Records of the Conference; in two volumes
C.760.M.260.1924.XI
Index to the Records
C.603.M.237.1926.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1926.XI.9
Conference on the Limitation of the Manufacture of Narcotic Drugs (May-July 1931): Statistics of the Manufacture of Narcotic Drugs, 1925-1928
C.356.M.l48.1930.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1930.XI.4
Report of the Preliminary Meeting of Official Representatives of the Manufacturing Countries
C.669.M.278.1930.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1930.XI.8
Reports and Draft Convention on the Limitation of the Manufacture of Narcotic Drugs: Extract from the Minutes of the 62nd session of the Council, Report of the Advisory, Committee, Draft Convention
C.168.M.62.1931.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1931.XI.3
Analysis of the International Trade in Morphine, Diacetylmorphine and Cocaine for the years 1925-1929:
 
Part I
C.587.M.228.1930.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1931.XI.5/I
Part II - General analysis, morphine and diacetylmorphine
C.587.M.228.1930.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1931.XI.5/II
Part III - General analysis, cocaine
C.587.M.228.1930.XI.PartIII
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1931.XI.5/III
Scheme for Limiting the Output of Manufactured Drugs
C.251.M.114.1931.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1931.XI.6
Control of Narcotic Drugs in Turkey
C.382.M.157.1931.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1931.XI.7
Convention for Limitinig the Manufacture and Regulating the Distribution of Narcotic Drugs. Protocol of Signature and Final Act
C.455.M.193.1931.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1931.XI.8
Records of the Conference:
 
Vol. I: Plenary Meetings, text of the Debates
C.509. M.214.1931.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1931.XI.10
Vol. II. Meetings of the Committees and the Sub-Committees on Control
C.509.M.214.1931.XI.Vol. II
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1931.XI.10/II
Model Administrative Codes to the International Opium Conventions of 1925 and 1931
C.774.M.365.1932.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1932.XI.8
Conference on the Suppression of Opium-smoking (9-27 November 1931):
 
Minutes of the Meetings and Documents submitted to the Conference
C.577.M.284.1932. XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1932.XI.1
Agreement and Final Act
C.70.M.36.1932.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1932.XI.1
Conference for the Suppression of the Illicit Traffic in Dangerous Drugs (8-26 June 1936):
 
Records of the Conference, text of the Debates
C.341.M.216.1936.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1936.XI.20
Report to the Council, with revised text of the Draft Convention
Conf.S.T.B.2
 
S.T.D./C.E.18(1)
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1936.XI.3
Conference called to conclude a Convention for the Suppression of the Illicit Traffic in Dangerous Drugs: Article 1, Paragraph 2(b), of the Draft Convention. Replies by Governments to the Secretary-General's letter of 31 January 1936
C.L.18.1936.XI
 
Conf.S.T.D.3
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1936.XI.6
and
C.L.18.1936.XI
 
Conf.S.T.D.3(a).1936.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1936.XI.8
Extradition under Existing Treaties for Offences against Drug Laws. Replies by Governments to the Circular Letter of 8 February 1936
C.L.22.1936.XI
 
Conf.S.T.D.4.1936.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1936.XI.7
Text of the Draft Convention, with observations of the Governments on the first and second consultations
Conf.S.T.D.1
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1935.XI.10
Convention of 1936 for the Suppression of the Illicit Traffic in Dangerous Drugs
C.286.M.174.1936.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1936.XI.12
Protocol of Signature
C.286(a).M.l74(a).1936.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1936.XI.12
Final Act
C.286(b) M.174(b).1936.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1936.XI 13
Convention for Limiting the Manufacture and Regulating the Distribution of Narcotic Drugs of 13 July 1931:
 
Historical and Technical Study by the Opium Traffic Section of the Secretariat of the League of Nations
C.191.M.136.1937.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1937.XI.3
Conference for the Adoption of a Protocol to extend to Dihydrocodeine and its Salts certain provisions of the Convention for Limiting the Manufacture and Regulating the Distribution of Narcotic Drugs of 13 July 1931:
 
Replies from Governments to the Secretary-General's Letter of 19 February 1938
Conf.Dihydrocodeine 1
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1939.XI.1
Draft Supplementary Protocol, revised text, adopted by the Advisory Committee on Traffic in Opium and other Dangerous Drugs at its 24th session (May 1939)
Conf.Dihydrocodeine 2
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1939.XI.2
Conference to consider the Possibility of Limiting and Controlling the Cultivation of the Opium Poppy and the Production of Raw Opium and Controlling other Raw Materials for the Manufacture of Opium Alkaloids:
 
Report to the Council concerning the Preparatory Work for the Conference, drawn up by the Advisory Committee at its 23rd session (May-June 1938)
C.221.M.123.1938.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1938.XI.1
Report to the Council concerning the Preparatory Work for the Conference, drawn up by the Advisory Committee at its 24th session (May-June 1939):
C.175.M.104.1939.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1939.XI.3
Reports to the Council of the Permanent Central Opium Board
 
Preliminary Report to the Council on the Work accomplished by the P.C.O.B. during its third, fourth and fifth sessions, in 1929 and 1930
C.241.M.120.1930.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1930.XI.3
Report to the Council on the Work of the P.C.O.B. during its sixth and seventh sessions and on the Statistics for the year 1929
C.629.M.250.1930.XI
 
C.C.P.54
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1930.XI.7
Report to the Council on the Work of the P.C.O.B. during its eighth, ninth and tenth sessions, and on the Statistics for the year 1930
C.439.M.186.1931.XI
 
C.C.P.78
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1931.XI 9
Report to the Council on the Work of the P.C.O.B. during its eleventh, twelfth and thirteenth sessions, and on the Statistics for the year 1931
A.35.1932.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1932.XI.6
Annex to the Report to the Council on the Work of the P.C.O.B. during its eleventh, twelfth and thirteenth sessions, and on the Statistics for the year 1931
L.N.P.O.25.1932.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1932.XI.7
Report to the Council on the Work of the P.C.O.B. during its fourteenth, fifteenth, sixteenth and seventeenth sessions and on the Statistics for the year 1932 supplied in virtue of the Opium Convention signed at Geneva on 19 February 1925
C.495.M.250.1933.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1933.XI 4
Report to the Council on the Work of the P.C.O.B. during its eighteenth, nineteenth, twentieth and twenty-first sessions and on the Statistics for the year 1933, supplied in virtue of the Opium Convention of 1925
C.390.M.176.1934.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1934.XI.4

First annual report submitted to the Council by the P.C.O.B. since its constitution.

Report to the Council on the Work of the P.C.O.B. during its twenty-second, twenty-third, twenty-fourth and twenty-fifth sessions
C.364 M.185.1935.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1935.XI.8
Report to the Council on the Work of the P.C.O.B. during its twenty-sixth, twenty-seventh and twenty-eighth sessions
C.368. M.242 1936. XI.19
Report to the Council. Statistics relating to the year 1934 furnished to the P.C.O.B. under the terms of the 1925 and 1931 Conventions
C.1.M.1.1936 XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1936.XI.1
Statistics relating to the year 1935 furnished to the P.C.O.B. under the terms of the 1925 and 1931 Conventions
C.449. M.265.1936.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1936.XI.21
Report to the Council on the Statistics for the year 1936 and the Work of the P.C.O.B. during the year 1937
C.353. M.240.1937.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1937.XI.8
Report to the Council on the Statistics of Narcotics for the year 1937 and the Work of the Board during 1938
C.482.M.325.1938.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1938.XI.5
Report to the Council on the Statistics of Narcotics for the year 1938 and the Work of the Board during 1939
C.261.M 179.1939.XI
 
Ser.Lo.N.P.1939.XI.8
Report to the Council on the Statistics of Narcotics for the year 1939 and the Work of the Board during 1940
C.157. M.143.1940.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1940.XI.5
Report to the Council on the Statistics of Narcotics for the year 1940 and the Work of the Board during 1941
C.62.M.59.1941.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1941.XI.3
Pre-war Production and Distribution of Narcotic Drugs and their Raw Materials
C.24.M.24.1944.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1944.XI.1
Report to the Council on Measures to Re-establish the Control of Dangerous Drugs in Liberated and Occupied Countries
C.14.M.14.1944.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1944.XI.2
Report to the Council on the Work of the Board
C.84.M.84.1945.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1945.XI.1
Special inquiries
 
Inquiry into the Production of Opium in Persia:
 
Commission of Inquiry into the Production of Opium in Persia; Report to the Council
A.7.1927.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1926.XI.10
Observations of the Persian Government on the Report by the Commission of Inquiry, and Extract from the Minutes of the 6th meeting of the 44th session of the Council, 11 March 1927
A.8.1927.XI
 
Ser. L.o.N.P.1927.XI.4
Letter from the Chairman of the Commission
A.16.1927.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1927.XI.5
Inquiry into the Control of Opium-smoking in the Far East:
 
Proposal by the Government of Great Britain for a Commission of Inquiry
A.40.1928.XI
 
C.386.1928.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1928.XI.4
Report to the Council:
 
Volume I - report with comparative maps, illustrations and tables
C.635.M.254.1930.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1930.XI.10
Volume II - detailed memoranda on each territory visited by the Commission
C.635.M.254.1930.XI.Vol.II
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1930.XI.10/II
Volume III - collection of laws and regulations governing the control of opium smoking in the territories visited by the Commission of Inquiry
C-635.M254.1930.XI.Vol.III
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1930.XI.10/III
Studies and Documents regarding the working of the System of Import Certificates and Export Authorization
C.434.M.225.1935.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1935.XI.11
Publications of the Supervisory Body
 
Estimated World Requirements of Dangerous Drugs in 1935. Statement issued by the Supervisory Body under article 5
C.462.M.198.1934.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1934.XI.5
First Supplement to the Statement
C.462(a).M.198(a).1934.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1935.XI.3
Second Supplement
C.462(b) M. 198(b).1934.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1935.XI.5
Third Supplement
C.462(c).M.198(c).1934.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1935.XI.7
Fourth Supplement
C.462 (d).M.198 (d).1934.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1935.XI.12
Fifth Supplement
C.462 (e).M.198 (e).1934.Xl
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1936.XI 2
Sixth Supplement
C.462 ( f).M.198 (f ).1934.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1936.XI.4
Procès-verbal to alter the Latest Date of Issue of the Annual Statement of the Estimated World Requirements of Dangerous Drugs
C.286(c).M.174(c).1936.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1936.XI.14
Estimated World Requirements of Dangerous Drugs in 1936. Statement issued by the Supervisory Body
C.429.M.220.1935.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P:1935.XI.9
First Supplement
C.429(a).M 220(a).1935.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1936.XI.5
Second Supplement
C.429 (b).M.220 (b).1935.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1936.XI.9
Third Supplement
C.429 (c).M.220 (c).1935.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1936.XI.16
Fourth Supplement
C.429 (d).M.220 (d).1935.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1936.XI.18
Fifth Supplement
C.429(e).M. 220 (e).1935.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1936.XI.22
Sixth Supplement
C.429(f).M.220(f).1935.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1937.XI.1
Seventh Supplement
C.429 (g).M.220(g).1935.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1937.XI.2
Estimated World Requirements of Dangerous Drugs in 1937; Statement issued by the Supervisory Body
C.547.M.353.1936.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1936.XI.2
Estimated World Requirements of Dangerous Drugs in 1938; Statement issued by the Supervisory Body
C.544.M 381.1937.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1937.XI.7
Estimated World Requirements of Dangerous Drugs in 1939; Statement issued by the Supervisory Body
C.488.M.331.1938.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1938.XI.6
Estimated World Requirements of Dangerous Drugs in 1940; Statement issued by the Supervisory Body
C.379.M.292.1939.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1939.XI.9
Estimated World Requirements of Dangerous Drugs in 1941; Statement issued by the Supervisory Body
C.155.M.141.1940.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1940.XI.4
Estimated World Requirements of Dangerous Drugs in 1942; Statement issued by the Supervisory Body
C.61.M.58.1941.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1941.XI.2
Estimated World Requirements of Dangerous Drugs in 1943; Statement issued by the Supervisory Body
C.82.M.82.1942.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1942.XI.2
Estimated World Requirements of Dangerous Drugs in 1944; Statement issued by the Supervisory Body
C.29.M.29.1943.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1943.XI.1
Estimated World Requirements of Dangerous Drugs in 1945; Statement issued by the Supervisory Body
C.33.M.33.1944.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1944.XI.3
Estimated World Requirements of Dangerous Drugs in 1946; Statement issued by the Supervisory Body
C.119.M.119.1945.XI
 
Ser.L.o.N.P.1945.XI 3

IV. DRUG ADDICTION

O.C.
99(b)
The League of Red Cross Societies, regarding propaganda work.
 
O.C.
233
Letter from the League of Red Cross Societies offering assistance with regard to educational propaganda
20 September 1924
O.C.
239
Note by the Secretary on educational propaganda, including the text of a resolution adopted by the Council, a letter received from the League of Red Cross Societies and the report of the Health Committee adopted in the course of its third session.
31 December 1924
O.C.
299
Council resolution on educational propaganda.
7 August 1925
O.C.
341(b)
Notes by Professor Knaffl-Lenz on the value of strychnine and caffein pills as opium substitute.
 
O.C.
341(c)
Notes by Professor Knaffl-Lenz on the chemical and pharmaceutical examination of anti-opium pills.
 
O.C.
1124
The treatment of opium and morphine addicts in Japan
14 January 1930
O.C.
1167
Cases of codein addiction. Article by Dr. Hans Schwartz.
10 February 1930
O.C.
1167(a)
Cases of codein addiction. Letter from the German Representative.
15 September 1930
O.C.O.C.
l188 and 1188(a) to (c)
The curing of drug addicts by vesicatory serum. Dr. P. Modinos' method.
20 March 1930
O.C.
1308
Treatment of morphinism. Letter from Dr. Bruno Schultz, Austrian Representative.
12 December 1930
O.C.
1317
Regulations governing grants for the treatment of opium addicts in the Netherlands Indies.
19 December 1930
O.C.
1408
Enquiry into drug addiction (C.L.294.1931.XI of 23 November).
14 April 1932
O.C.
1408(1)
Enquiry into drug addiction.
12 February 1934
O.C.
1408(1)(a)
Employment of visiting nurses in the Netherlands Indies (enquiry into drug addiction).
26 January 1934
O.C.
1408(1)(b)
Treatment of opium smokers in Formosa: report on statistical research (enquiry into drug addiction).
7 March 1934
   
20 May 1935
 
O.C.
1408(1)(c)
Report by the Government Clinic for Treatment of Opium and Drug Addicts in Kwantung Leased Territory (Dairen) (enquiry into drug addiction).
7 March 1934
O.C.
1408(1)(d)
Treatment of Drug Addicts in Chosen (enquiry into drug addiction).
7 March 1934
O.C.
1408(1)(e)
Brief note on the present state of the question: enquiry into drug addiction.
22 May 1934
O.C.
1408(1)(f)
Activities of the Anti-Opium Clinic maintained by Chinese Residents in Singapore (enquiry into drug addiction).
23 November 1934
O.C.
1408(1)(g)
Enquiry into drug addiction (revised).
25 May 1936
O.C.
1408(1)(h)
Enquiry into drug addiction. Present state of the question and list of the principal documents published on the subject.
2 December 1938
O.C.
1453
Formulae for the anti-opium pills used by the Persian Government in treating drug addicts.
1 November 1932
O.C.
1460 and
Connexion between crime and drug addiction (comments by the
12 January, 1933
O.C.
1460(a)
United States of America).
26 July 1933
O.C.
1461
Enquiry into drug addiction
17 January 1933
 
(Confidential)
   
O.C.
1462
Press reports regarding drug addiction prevalent in the Belgian
18 January 1933
 
Army.
   
O.C.
1473 and 1473(a) and 1473(b)
Documentary investigation into opium-smoking among workers requested by the International Labour Office.
27 April, 24 May 1933 13 January 1936
O.C.O.C.O.C.
1473(c)1473(d)1473(e)
Documentary investigation into opium-smoking among workers requested by the International Labour Office.
18 March and 22 July and 10 February 1937
O.C.
1499
Measures against drug addiction in Colombia.
1 November 1933
O.C.
1526
Some medical and economic considerations regarding replacement of more dangerous by less dangerous opiates.
14 February 1934
O.C.
1551
Measures taken by governments against drug addiction and for the purpose of preventing further development thereof.
25 May 1934
O.C.
1555
Use of tea as a stimulant or narcotic.
28 May 1934
O.C.
1570
Control of drug addiction in Chosen.
24 October 1934
O.C.
1570(a)
The treatment of drug addicts in Hokaido province, Chosen. Communicated by the Japanese Representative.
18 May 1936
O.C.
1571
Addiction liability of codeine.
30 October 1934
O.C.
1583
Regulations governing the admission of persons to a United States narcotic farm.
9 March 1935
O C.
1602
A comfortable and spontaneous cure of the opium habit by a lecithin diet.
18 May 1935
O.C.
1605(b)
Symposium on drug addiction entitled "Hospital News".
17 March 1937
O.C.
1605(c)
Activities of the United States Public Health Service in connexion with the treatment of drug addiction. Statement by Dr. Walter L. Treadway.
23 August 1937
O.C.
1605(d)
Information concerning the work of addict hospitals in the United States.
19 July 1938
O.C.
1605(e)
Activities of the United States Public Health Service in connexion with the treatment of drug addiction.
16 May 1939
O.C.
1614
Experience in the United States of America with the plan of selling drugs to addicts at low prices.
22 October 1935
O.C.
1642
Anti-narcotic education and propaganda.
18 May 1936
O.C.
1645
Note on anti-opium propaganda among school pupils in Indo-China.
26 May 1936
O.C.
1657
Report of the Sub-Committee on drug addiction.
3 June 1936
O.C.O.C.
1660 and 1660(a)
Statistical study in regard to opium addiction in Formosa.
28 August 1936 1 April 1937
O.C.
1661
Formula for the anti-opium pills used by the Government of Iran in treating drug addicts.
24 July 1936
O.C.
1686 O.C.1686(a)
Anti-narcotic education and propaganda in medical and auxiliary medical circles.
18 May 1937 and 27 April 1939
O.C.
1692
Drug addiction among infant children born of addict mothers.
18 May 1937
O.C.
1695
Codeine addiction.
21 May 1937
O.C.
1695 (a) and (b)
 
27 January 1939 16 May 1939
O.C.
1710
Clinical studies of drug addiction.
27 August 1937
O.C.
1732
Clinical studies of drug addiction (USA).
14 May 1938
O.C.
1741
Decree dated 27 January 1937, issued by the Directorate-General of Public Health in Bulgaria concerning registration and classification of drug addicts.
9 June 1938
O.C.
1753
The Opium Smoking Habit in India and Present Position of the Opium Smoking Habit in India. Parts I, II and III. By Brevet- Colonel R. N. Chopra and G. S. Chopra, M.B., B.S.
19 January 1939
O.C.
1755
Studies on drug addiction (USA).
26 January 1939
O.C.
1761
Drug addiction. Memoranda by the Acting Surgeon General of the Public Health Service of the United States of America.
4 May 1939
O.C.
1769
Enquiry into drug addiction Replies to Circular Letter C.L.193. 1936.XI, dated 3 November 1936.
31 May 1939
V. MISCELLANEOUS
     
O.C.
432
Prospectus of an opium company at Shanghai. Forwarded by the British Representative
22 May 1926
O.C.
951
Peyote and Mescalin.
20 March 1929
O.C.
972
Note by Mr. Caldwell on drugs of the barbitone group.
April 1929
O.C.
1617
Reports on the characteristics and uses of the plant Kat ( catha edulis).
5 February 1936
O.C.
1678
United States Public Health Service publication entitled "The Relief of Pain in Cancer Patients".
16 March 1937
O.C.
1702
The treatment of cancer with cephalin and serum.
31 May 1937
O.C.
1713
Investigation of the possibility of substituting cobra-venom for narcotic drugs as an analgesic in certain cases.
1 November 1937
O.C.
1721
Measures to determine the presence of drugs in suspected substances.
24 February 1938

V, MISCELLANEOUS

CORRECTION

"Another drug is placed under international control" in the Bulletin on Narcotics, vol. IV, no. 3, July-September 1952; page 21, 19th line from the bottom second column should read:

"decided that "β-4 - morpholinylethylmorphine" and its salts should be."