The Ambassador in Mexico (Morrow) to the Secretary of State
[Received 3:39 p.m.]
63. Department’s telegram No. 49, dated February 24, 1928, 10 a.m. I have been informed by the Foreign Office that the Government of Mexico is ready to sign the convention to prevent the introduction of livestock diseases. On March 2 the President will sign full powers [Page 317] for Ambassador Téllez to sign the convention, which powers will be sent immediately to Washington by mail. The Foreign Office added that the Department may therefore reply to the note of the Mexican Embassy of March 16, 1927, as indicated in its telegram above referred to.