Regulations Prescribed for the Use of the Consular Service of the United States

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1896 - 871 pages
 

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Contents

Forms referred to in the text Page
517
Belgium March 9 1880 rights privileges and immunities
524
Bolivia May 13 1858 peace friendship commerce and naviga
530
Colombia May 4 1850 with New Granada Consular privileges
552
Corea or Chosen see Korea 606
557
Egypt See United States Treaties and Conventions 1887
564
German Empire December 11 1871 Consuls and trademarks
570
Great Britain July 3 1815 commerce
576
Hayti November 31864 amity commerce navigation and extra
583
Japan March 31 1854 peace and amity
592
Korea or Chosen May 22 1882 commerce etc
606
Swiss Confederation November 25 1850 friendship commerce
658
Turkey see The Ottoman Porte 632
665
Baden July 19 1868
671
Denmark July 20 1872
677
Mexico July 10 1868 terminated by notice given by Mexico
684
Directions for the transmission of proceeds of the property
691
Oath of allegiance and office
703
Bond for Consular Officers permitted to engage in trade
706
Omitted 5 Joint certificate of the outgoing and incoming officers
707
Form for the first or outside page of a dispatch
708
Address of envelopes 109
709
Form for visa of passport
710
Certificate given to master on deposit of ships register and papers
711
Shipping agreement between master and crew
712
Acknowledgment and indorsement on such agreement
714
Certificate of discharge of seamen to be attached to crew list and shipping articles
715
Certificate of discharge of seaman
716
Declaredexport return
717
Order to send seamen to hospital
718
Certificate given to masters of vessels transporting to the United States destitute American seamen
719
Omitted 26 Affidavit or certificate of attending physician
720
Complaint by crew of bad quality or insufficient quantity of provisions or water
721
Entry of result of examination in log book of vessel
722
Request to local authorities to imprison seamen or mariners
723
Oath and declaration of master to desertion of seamen or mariners
724
Certificate to be issued to citizens of the United States being purchasers of American or foreign built vessels in a foreign port
725
Marine note of protest
726
Protest of the master of a vessel against charterers or freight ers
728
Certificate as to insubordinate conduct of crew
729
Call of survey on a vessel
730
Warrant to survey a vessel
731
Certificate authenticating signatures of surveyors
732
Second warrant to survey a vessel
733
Certificate authenticating signatures of second surveyors
734
Certificate authenticating signature to estimate
735
Letter to authorities in cases of sinking vessels
736
Advertisement of sale of a vessel
737
Certificate to the advertisement of the sale of a vessel
738
Declaration of master to inventory
739
Letter of master to auctioneer
740
Account of sale of a vessel
741
Certificate authenticating copy of account of sale
742
Bottomry bond
743
Acknowledgment to bottomry bond
744
Consular quarterly remittance of seamens effects
753
Form for authentication of signatures
754
Contingent expenses United States Consulates
755
Voucher for rent
756
Exchange voucher to accompany draft purchased by Consul
757
Statement of relief of seamen and account current
758
Voucher for boarding and lodging
759
Voucher for clothing
760
Weekly sanitary report furnished by Treasury Department
761
Record of treasury fees seaport consulate
762
Record of treasury fees inland consulate
763
Power of attorney to verify invoices
764
Aggregate return of fees to the Department of State
765
Certificate to accompany the account of a salaried Consul while receiving his instructions immediately after appoint ment
766
Certificate to be executed by each Consular Officer and to accompany his first account
767
Form for stating an account for salary and fees exclusive of seamens wages or expenditures for them
768
Usual form of draft
769
General quarterly account
770
Register of official letters received
771
Quarterly return of the arrival and departure of American vessels
772
Statement of passports visaed
773
Detailed list of seamen or mariners shipped discharged deserted or deceased
774
Salary account of Minister Resident and ConsulGeneral
775
Return of seamen who have come upon the Consulate other wise than in the employment of vessels or by regular dis charge therefrom
776
Declaration of sculptor
777
Returned American goods declaration of foreign exporter
778
Mode of calculating Consular salaries
779
Passport book
781
Invoice book
782
Ships daily journal
783
Form of bond for a Marshal of a Consular Court
784
Form of return of a Marshal of a Consular Court
785
Declaration to be made by the owner or manufacturer or duly authorized agent of such owner or manufacturer where goods have been procured oth...
786
Certificate to be indorsed on each of the triplicate or quadru plicate invoices
787
Transmission of invoices to collectors
788
Certificate of the value of currency
789
Ordinary sample card
791
Sample card for woolen fabrics
792
Table for reducing United States gold coin to English and French currency
793
Certificate of consignee of landing of merchandise at foreign port
794
Verification of the delivery of merchandise to be executed by American or foreign merchants as the case may require
795
Certificate of foreign revenue officer
796
Certificate to accompany natural mineral waters
797
Certificate of United States Consul to manifest of fishing vessel
798
Quarterly transcript of the record of notarial services
799
Table for the reduction of sterling money to United States gold coin
801
Table for the reduction of United States gold coin to sterling money
802
Certificate given to the master of a vessel when transporting destitute seamen to an intermediate port
803
Account for clerk hire
804
Statement of official services necessarily rendered to Amer ican vessels and seamen
805
Detailed report of official services to American vessels and seamen
806
Account current for fees and services
807
Statement of manufacturer to be annexed to invoice of mer chandise consigned for sale
808
Application for passport native
810
Travel certificate to be issued to an applicant for a passport
816

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