§ SIR J. COLOMB
I beg to ask the Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether the delimitations of the boundary at Wei-hai-wei, dividing Chinese territory under the influence of Germany from that leased to Great Britain, has been completed; whether it reserves for British occupation all land necessary for securing the command of the harbour and the Island of Leu Kung; and what, approximately, is the length of the boundary and the extent of the territorial area reserved for British occupation on the mainland.
§ * THE UNDER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR WAR (Mr. BRODRICK,) Surrey, Guildford
Full particulars with regard to the boundary of Wei-hai-wei are contained in the Convention of July 1st, 1898, which has been presented to Parliament, Treaty Series No. 14, 1898. I think my hon. and gallant friend's second question should be addressed to the Admiralty.