Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 49 Part 2.djvu/1981

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RECIPROCAL TRA.DE-CA~ADA.. Lime Doors of hardwood "·omen's and children's clothing Fabrics of cotton or of artificial silk

Fringes, gimps and tassels

Electric light fixturesi lumps and shades Roses; cut Canned asparagus Eggs in the shell Baby chicks Peas, dried Beans, dried

Market poultry

Livestock Canned salmon Sugar of milk I am further directed to state that the Canadian Government propose to invite Parliament to permit the entry free of duty and charges of incidental purchases by residents of Canada returning from the United States of America, not exceeding the value of one hundred dollars, und~r regulations, particularly as to the frequency of such entry and duration of visits, to be prescribed, for such time as treatment substantially equivalent to that now in effect is accorded by the Government of the United States of America to incidental purchases by residents of that country returning from Canada. I have the honour to be, with the highest consideration, Sir, Your most obedient, humble servant, H. H. 'VRONG Charge d'Affaires The Hon. CORDELL HULL, Secretary oj State oj the United States, Washington, D. C. Tlte Secretary oj State (Hull) to the Charge d'Affaires ad interim oj the Dominion oj Canada (lVrong) SIR: DEPARTMEXT OF STATE, lVashington, November 29, 1935. The receipt is acknowledged of your note No. 159 of November 15, 1935, which was handed to me on the occasion of the signing of the trade agreement between our two Governments and which in- formed me that, pursuant to the discussions between our respective representatives, the Canadian Parliament will be invited, at its next session, to enact legislation amending the provisions of the Customs Act presently fixing the methods of determining the value of mer- chandise for duty purposes. 3987