The Secretary of State to the German Ambassador (Von Prittwitz)

Excellency: I have the honor to refer to the Department’s note of September 10, 1932,99 in which it was stated that the contents of the Embassy’s note of August 24, 1932, regarding a recent amendment to the Workmen’s Compensation Act of Illinois was being brought to the attention of the Governor of Illinois.

I have pleasure in informing you that the Department is now in receipt of a letter from the Governor of October 27, 1932,99 in which he states that he has instructed the Industrial Commission to hold in abeyance any cases in which German beneficiaries are concerned until the regular session of the General Assembly of the State of Illinois in January, at which time the question raised by you will be given consideration.

Accept [etc.]

For the Secretary of State:
W. R. Castle, Jr.
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