167 League of Nations O.J., Spec. Supp. 1 (1937)

handle is hein.unl/offjrnsup0167 and id is 1 raw text is: [Communicated to the Assembly,                      Ofcial No.: A. 6     (a) .1937. Annex I.      V.
the Council and the Members
of the League.]
[Also distributed as Special
Supplement No. 167 to the                                             Geneva, August 3Ist, 1937.
O§icial Journal.]
LEAGUE OF NATIONS
Annex to the Report' on the Work of the League for the Year 1936/37
to the Eighteenth Ordinary Session of the Assembly of the League ol Nations
RATIFICATION OF AGREEMENTS AND CONVENTIONS
CONCLUDED UNDER THE
AUSPICES OF THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS
EIGHTEENTH LIST
Note by the Secretary-General.
In accordance with the instructions contained in the report adopted by the Council of the
League of Nations during its forty-third session on December 6th, 1926, the Secretary-General
has the honour to submit herewith to the Members of the Council a list, in chronological order, of
the international agreements which have been concluded under the auspices of the League. The
list shows the States which have become parties to these agreements by ratification or accession
or definitive signature, the States which have signed but have not yet ratified them, and, finally,
the States which have neither signed nor acceded, although they took part in the conferences at
which the agreements were drawn up or have been invited to become parties thereto.
According to the decision taken by the Council at its forty-ninth session on March 6th, 1928,
the present list contains in addition the reservations affixed or declarations formulated either in
signing or in ratifying or in acceding to the agreements which have been concluded under the
auspices of the League of Nations.
The International Labour Conventions have been grouped at the end of this document.
I The Annex to the Supplementary Report on the Work of the League for the year 1923 (A.io(a).1923,
Annex) contains, moreover, complete details concerning:
(a) PROTECTION OF RACIAL, RELIGIOUS AND LINGUISTIC MINORITIES:
I. Treaty of Peace between the Allied Powers and Austria, of September ioth, i9rg.
2. Treaty of Peace between the Allied Powers and Bulgaria, of November 27th, 1919.
3. Treaty of Peace between the Allied Powers and Hungary, of June 4th, i92o (Treaty Series o/the League
of Nations, Vol. VI, p. 187).
4. Treaty of Peace between the Allied Powers and Turkey, of July 24th, 1923 (Treaty Series o/the League
of Nations, Vol. XXVIII, p. ii).
5. Treaty between the Principal Allied and Associated Powers and Poland, of June 28th, i919.
6. Treaty between the Principal Allied and Associated Powers and Czechoslovakia, of September ioth,
1919.
7. Treaty between the Principal Allied and Associated Powers and the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats
and Slovenes, of September ioth, 1919.
8. Treaty between the Principal Allied and Associated Powers and Roumania, of December 9th, 1919
(Treaty Series of the League of Nations; Vol. V, p. 335).
9. Germano-Polish Convention relating to Upper Silesia, of May 15th, 1922.
io. Declaration by Albania, of October 2nd, 1921 (Treaty Series of the League of Nations, Vol. IX, p. 173).
i1. Declaration by Finland as to the Aaland Islands, of June 27th, 1921.
12. Declaration by Latvia, of July 7th, 1923.
13. Convention between Bulgaria and Greece respecting Reciprocal Emigration, Neuilly-sur-Seine,
November 27th, 1919 (Treaty Series of the League of Nations, Vol. I, p. 67).
14. Convention concerning the Exchange of Greek and Turkish Populations, of January 3oth, 1923 (Treaty
Series of the League of Nations, Vol. XXXII, p. 75).
(b) TRAFFIC IN LIQUOR: Convention relating to the Liquor Traffic in Africa, St.-Germain-en-Laye, September
Ioth, 1919 (Treaty Series of the League of Nations, Vol. VIII, p. ii).
(c) AERIAL NAVIGATION: Convention relating to the Regulation of Aerial Navigation, Paris, October 13th, i919
(Treaty Series of the League of Nations, Vol. XI, p. 173).
3148 - S.d.N. 1.710 (F.) 1.440:(A.) 9137. Imp. Kundig.    Series of League of Nations Publications
V. LEGAL
1937. V. 4.

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