Mr. Tripp to Mr. Gresham.
Vienna, October 19, 1894. (Received November 2.)
Sir: I have the honor of submitting herewith the translation of a note just received from the imperial and royal ministry of foreign affairs of Austria-Hungary, making favorable response to my note of September 20, 1894, in which was presented the earnest request of the United States that Austria-Hungary would, if it had not already done so, adopt regulations similar to those already adopted by the United States, Great Britain, and France for the prevention of collisions at sea, in accordance with the recommendations of the International Marine Congress held at Washington in 1889.
I have, etc.,