The Secretary of State to the Nicaraguan Chargé ( De Bayle )

Sir: Supplementing my note of October 5, 1933, informing you that the portion of your note of September 16, 1933, concerning the possible effect of a marketing agreement for sugar stabilization, had been transcribed to the Department of Agriculture, you are now informed that that Department states that it has been found that the proposed sugar marketing agreement could not be executed under the provisions of the Agricultural Adjustment Act, and that there is, therefore, no question pending of restrictions on sugar coming into the United States from Nicaragua other than the restrictions which have been in effect hitherto.

Accept [etc.]

For the Secretary of State:
Jefferson Caffery