Mr. Tree to
Brussels, May 5, 1886. (Received May 17.)
Sir: I have the honor to inform you that I have to-day transmitted to you, under separate cover, as printed matter, two copies each of numbers 3 and 4 (1886) of the “Bulletin Offciel de l’État Indépendent [Page 31] du Congo.” They contain a number of decrees and ordinances with reference to the Government of the State, the most important of which seems to be the decree found in No. 3, at page 46 et seq., concerning the extradition of criminals.
I have, &c.,