The British Ambassador ( Geddes ) to the Secretary of State

No. 174

Sir: With reference to the note which you were so good as to address to me under date August 16th, 1920, I have the honour to inform you at the request of the Government of the Dominion of Canada, that that Government are now desirous of adhering to the Convention concluded on March 2nd, 1899, between Great Britain and the United States with regard to the tenure and disposition of personal property.

I should therefore be grateful if the necessary steps could be taken to prepare for signature a supplementary Convention which will give effect to this wish on the part of the Canadian Government.

I have [etc.]

A. C. Geddes