The Secretary of State to the Spanish Ambassador (Riaño)

Excellency: I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your note No. 63–05 of January 20, 1926, informing me that you have been instructed by your Government to say that His Majesty accepts the changes in the text of the Convention to Aid in the Prevention of Smuggling of Intoxicating Liquors into the United States suggested in my note of December 1, 1925, and authorizes you to sign the Convention.

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An accord having thus been reached on the Spanish and English texts of the Convention, the instruments have been put in form for signature and I shall be happy to sign the Convention with you on Wednesday, February 10, 1926, at twelve o’clock noon, if that day and hour suit your convenience.

Accept [etc.]

Frank B. Kellogg