Chargé Coolidge to the Secretary of State.
Peking, China, May 19, 1905.
Sir: Referring to department instruction No. 886 of March 2, 1905,a I have the honor to inclose a copy of a memorandum which I communicated informally to the foreign office, with regard to the position of the American Government as to the rights of real and original owners of trade-marks.
I have the honor, etc.,
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