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3.2. International Conventions on Narcotic Drugs, 1912-1953.-
To control and regulate the supply of opium and other narcotic drugs, the following International Conventions were entered into between 1912-1953:-
1912 International Opium Convention (the Hague, 2-3-1912).
1925 Agreement Re: manufacture, international trade and use of prepared opium (Geneva, 13-7-1925).
1931 Conception manufacture and distribution of narcotic drugs (Geneva, 13-7-1931), Agreement Re: Opium smoking in the Far-East (Bangkok, 27-11-1931).
1936 Convention for the suppression of illicit traffic in dangerous drugs (Geneva, 26-6-1930).
1946 Protocol amending the 1912, 1925, 1931 and 1936 instruments (Lake Success, 11-12-1946).
1948 Protocol extending the 1931 Convention to synthetic narcotic drugs (Paris, 19-11-1948).
1953 Protocol Re cultivation of the Opium Poppy and Production Trade and Use of Opium (New York, 23-6-1953).