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DISCHARGE OF SEAMEN ABROAD- Continued.
on account of insubord nation
technical, by promotion or disrating..
of minor stowaways.
when vessel is voluntarily sold abroad..
where vessel is sold abroad on account of casualty.
where vessel is condemned and sold after inspection called for by
.191, 203, 235, 268, 271
when vessel is sold in United States to be delivered abroad.
AFTER COMPLETION OF VOYAGE:
contract with vessel may come to an end in foreign port.
settlement with seamen in presence of master and consul.
grounds of, stated in account for relief.
DISEASES, CONTAGIOUS AND INFECTIOUS:
statutory provision to prevent introduction of
appearance of, to be promptly reported..
clearing of infected vessel for United States to be reported
weekly reports of appearances, progress, or termination of, to be
sanitary condition of vessels to be reported.
sickness or unhealthiness of seamen in port to be reported.
bills of health given at port of departure to vessels bound for United
physicians stationed at certain ports to inspect incoming vessels
bill of health visaed at ports touched at en route to United States
DISPUTES BETWEEN MASTERS AND SEAMEN (See INSPECTION):
in absence of treaty consular jurisdiction of, exercised only by
United States courts claim jurisdiction, in absence of treaty, but
right of crew to complain to Consul.....
278, 279, 280
if seaman refused permission to make complaint, Consul to go on
inspection of vessels unseaworthy or unsuitably provisioned.
proximity to Consular residence usually determines boundaries of..
Consular agencies located within
Consuls to take charge of estates of deceased citizens and seamen
Consuls to keep a register of citizens of United States residing in
Consuls to make periodical reports of matters of commercial and in-
marriage of residents of, abroad
authentication of invoices of goods produced, etc., out of Consul's...
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA:
status abroad of persons of foreign nationality domiciled in United
marriage abroad of persons domiciled in United States. (See
treaty provisions with. (Article V)...............
for transportation of seamen, when and how to be drawn
for transportation of persons accused of crimes, how drawn.
of Vice-Consuls will not be honored before filing of bond
First Comptroller to be notified of drawing by Vice-Consul.
by Vice-Consul for entire salary, only by agreement with principal..
principal and Vice-Consular oflicers, otherwise to draw each for his
for salaries of marshals, interpreters, etc., drawn by themselves on
on final account, will not be paid before adjustment of account
for residue of salary, preceded by account for same quarter
for services to vessels and seamen by Consular Agents drawn by prin-
otherwise draft, payable to agent will be sent in Consul's care...
specially authorized, should refer to instruction authorizing them.
indorsements of, by procuration to be accompanied by power of at-
prescribed forms of to be used, and sealed..
to be drawn at fifteen days' sight, acceptance waived.
to be preceded or accompanied by corresponding accounts, vouch-
drawn only by duly qualified Consular Officer.
not drawn or transmitted by Consular Agent
drawn on Secretary of Department to which account is rendered......
statutes concerning, apply to foreign owned vessels.
importations free of..
reduced, on statuary by foreign sculptor
notice given of entry upon
when entered upon
formalities of entry upon
towards citizens of the United States
taking receipt for greater amount than is paid is.......
effects of, admitted free of duty.....
..355, 359, App. IV
not greater fee than 50 cents charged for certifying effects of....
of Chinese laborers suspended.......
Chinese servants accompanying visitors or travelers admitted tem-
Consul to protest against, of this class of persons to the United
appeals to foreign Governments for co-operation in checking Mor-
emigrant passenger laws, violations of, to be reported.....
ESTATES OF DECEASED CITIZENS AND SEAMEN:
treaty provisions concerning....
Consular authority to administer, dependent on treaty or usage..
in doubtful cases Consul to act as conservator only
notice of death of, to be published.
relations to be informed...
Consul's duty by statute to take possession of, within his district
inventory and appraisement of, how made and forwarded.....352, 370, 371, 372
family letters, keepsakes, etc., how disposed of..
what is perishable property, determined by two merchants.
one copy of account to be retained, the other to be sent to the Treas
assets to be transmitted to Treasury after expiration of one year...... 376
when there is a will, its directions to be followed
who died while traveling, Consul's duty in regard to
notice of final settlement of estate to be sent to Department of State..
will disposing of property out of Consular district to be taken care
and transmitted to parties entitled.
legal adviser not allowed at public expense..
semi-annual reports of condition of, made to Department of State...
when proceeds of, have been held more than a year they are to be
dying on shipboard, may be delivered to Consul or carried home by
if not, to be remitted to district judge..
if vessel is sold in foreign port, to be delivered to Consul
dying on shore, Consul to take charge of...
quarterly reports of, to be remitted to district judge..
account to accompany remittance..
law to be literally executed....
of foreign seamen shipped in foreign port, to be delivered to rela-
Consul to certify on crew list the particulars of the delivery.
marine, in foreign ports, branch hydrographic offices established at..
certificate of local bankers to loss by, should accompany account..
form of voucher for loss by.
when aggregate of loss by, for any quarter does not exceed $10 it
rates of, to be reported
Commercial Agent entitled to.
applied for through Diplomatic Representative
transmitted to Consul by Diplomatic Representative.
permission to act before receipt of
where there is no Diplomatic Representative, asked for directly by
recognition of subordinates also requested in same manner
receipt of, to be published in usual manner.
delay in receipt of, to be reported to Department.
extent of authority derived from, and commission
47, 98, 100
limitations of privilege stated in...
precedence among Consuls of same grade depends upon date of
account for salary while awaiting, to accompany transit account.
EXPENDITURES NOT ALLOWED.
EXTRA WAGES. (See WAGES.)
EXTRADITION OF FUGITIVE CRIMINALS:
applications for, usually made by Diplomatic Representative.
depositions, etc., so certified are received as evidence.
only "superior principal Consular Officer" authorized to apply for..
EXTRATERRITORIALITY. (See CONSULAR Courts.)
Consuls enjoyed privileges of, in middle ages.
privileges of, preserved by treaty or usage in non-Christian coun-
Consuls shorn of, in civilized countries
Consuls retain representative character in matters of commerce.
Consular Officers to collect, and no more nor less.
penalty for collecting, unauthorized
not to be collected from American vessels and seamen.
for survey of vessel, due Consul, whether survey made by him or
foreign-built vessels required to pay
master of vessels entitled to receipt for.
tonnage, on American vessels in certain cases...
for issuing passports.
for visaing passports.
passport, to be reported
for settlement of estates
passport, credited in account for contingent expenses...
to be paid in coin or its equivalent
table of values of foreign currency.
to be reported quarterly to Treasury
to be entered in fee-book...........
.491, 494, 495, 507
159, 160, 493
501, 503, 544