The Minister in Canada (Robbins) to the Acting Secretary of State
[Received January 15.]
Sir: I have the honor to refer to Mr. Boal’s despatches No. 1297 of March 23, 1933, and No. 57 of June 12, 1933, transmitting copies of two notes from the Canadian Department of External Affairs relative to the dredging operations now being carried out in the St. Clair River.
In this connection I am enclosing copy of a further note (No. 4 of January 10, 1934,) which I received this morning from the Canadian Department of External Affairs. The latter’s notes No. 27 and No. 68, referred to by Dr. Skelton, were enclosed with Mr. Boal’s despatches mentioned above.
- In a further note dated February 2, 1934, the Canadian Secretary of State for External Affairs added certain other conditions which the Canadian Government engineers desired to have followed with respect to dredging the section of the river referred to in this note (711.42147 Detroit/60).↩