Mr. Uhl to Mr. Olney.
Berlin, May 9, 1896. (Received May 22.)
Sir: I have the honor to transmit, herein inclosed, a copy, with translation, of a note to day received from the foreign office in regard to the existing prohibition of the importation into Germany of American beef cattle and fresh beef. A copy of the embassy’s note referred to, F. O. 296, was sent to the Department with General Runyon’s dispatch No. 368, of September 18, 1895. As will be seen from the note, no copy of the memorandum which is to be furnished to the Department by the German ambassador in Washington has been sent me, and I would respectfully ask to be supplied with one by the State Department.
I have, etc.,