File No. 894.4054/16¾
The Secretary of State to the Secretary of Labor
Washington , June 5, 1917 .
Sir: Referring to previous correspondence relative to the evidence of marriage to be submitted by the so-called Japanese “picture brides,” who come to the United States, I have the honor to enclose herewith for your information and for such action as you may deem appropriate copy of a note of June 4, 1917, from the Japanese Ambassador in which he makes certain proposals in regard to this matter.
This Department trusts that the substitution of a copy of the register for the notification, as proposed by the Japanese Government, may be acceptable to you.
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