The Ambassador in Japan (Woods) to the Secretary of State
[Received May 16.]
Sir: I have the honor to transmit herewith a copy of Note No. 54, dated April 19, 1924, from the Imperial Japanese Foreign Office to which reference was made in the Embassy’s telegram No. 77 of April 22, 11 A.M.75
The note in question sets forth the willingness of the Japanese Government to adopt the Rules relating to Aerial Warfare and the Rules relative to the Use of Radio in Time of War, prepared by the Commission of Jurists who met at the Hague from December 11, 1922, to February 19, 1923.
I have [etc.]
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