to Mr. Bingham.
Washington, April 9, 1875.
Sir: I transmit herewith a printed copy of “An act supplementary to the acts in relation to immigration,” approved March 3, 1875,* which I will thank you to communicate to the Japanese government for its information. Copies thereof have been sent to the consul-general of the United States at Kanagawa, with instructions to communicate the same to the several consular officers within this jurisdiction.
I am, &c.,
- See Statutes at Large, vol. 18, part 3, p. 477.↩