The Acting Secretary of State to Minister Conger.
Washington, August 23, 1904.
Sir: Referring to your dispatch No. 1643, of June 24 last, in relation to Chinese trade-mark regulations, I inclose herewith a copy of a lettera from the Acting Secretary of the Interior, inclosing a copy of a letter from the Acting Commissioner of Patents containing suggestions looking to the betterment of the trade-mark regulations proposed to be adopted in China.
You will endeavor to secure the adoption of the changes suggested by the Acting Commissioner of Patents, at least of the more important ones.
I am, sir, etc.,
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