No. 1046.
Mr. Frey to Mr. Bayard.


Mr. Secretary of State: The undersigned had the honor, by his notes, of January 6 and March 11, 1887, to call your attention to the fact that the treaty for the reciprocal protection of trade-marks, which was concluded by Mr. Frelinghuysen and the undersigned on the 14th day of February, 1885, had not yet been ratified by the United States Senate.

As the undersigned has received no reply to either of the aforesaid notes, he takes the liberty to remind you of this matter and to beg you to be pleased, if possible, to induce the Senate to take it into consideration,’ and to approve or reject the said treaty, as it may deem proper.

Accept, etc.,

E. Frey.