Chargé Wilson to the Secretary of State.
Tokyo, April 5, 1906.
Sir: Referring to the legation’s dispatches Nos. 363, of January 2, and 373, of January 19, on the subject of the organization and the opening of the residency-general and residencies in Korea, I have the honor to transmit herewith a translation of the bill relating to the judicature in Korea, which was passed by the Japanese Diet at its last session.
This law prescribes in a general way the procedure in the courts of the residency-general and residencies, and provides for cooperation between them and the courts of Japan and Formosa in such matters, for instance, as the issuance of letters regatory.
I have, etc.,