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to seamen to be acknowledged to Consul..
penalty on master for non, of seamen
ship's papers may be retained until, of vessel's dues........
of drafts for transportation of seamen.
of dents of deceased citizens..
voucher to correspond with
of salaries to be by draft or out of fees
of compensation for services to American seamen and vessels....
for failure to deposit ship's papers with Consul on arrival at foreign
for shipping seaman abroad contrary to law.
against Consul, for failure to collect extra wages when due....
against master, for refusing to permit seamen to complain to Con-
against master, for failure to provide vessel with proper supplies....
to be kept in Consular Office accessible to masters and seamen........
treaty provisions with. (Article V)...
POST OF DUTY:
appointee must depart for, within thirty days
Legation and Consul-General to be informed of arrival at
compensation while absent from.
what correspondence may be sent in Government pouches
on letters detained at foreign ports to be paid by Consul..
letters to unofficial persons, not members of Consul's family, not to
expenditures for, on private correspondence not to be put into ac-
what matter may be sent in
POWERS OF ATTORNEY:
to transfer stocks and other securities of United States to be verified
no fee to be charged for verifying such..
to be filed by agent before declaring to invoice..............
POWERS OF ATTORNEY-Continued.
commission houses abroad buying for American importers not re-
when partner acts as agent for firm, articles of partnership sufficient..
there is no, except among themselves.
of officers of same grade depends upon priority of date of exequa-
PRESENTS TO CONSULAR OFFICERS:
not to be accepted without permission of Congress....
PRISONS. (See JAILS.)
PRISONERS. (See CRIMINALS.)
confinement of, in local prisons.....
when to be transported to United States for trial..
account for transportation of, to be rendered separately to Depart-
transportation of, not obligatory on masters of American vessels..... 245, 347
allowance for feeding, in Consular Court prisons limited to 75 cents
medical attendance upon
PRIVILEGES OF CONSULAR OFFICERS. (Articles IV and V.)
in early middle ages Consuls enjoyed rights of extraterritoriality...
in civilized countries Consuls have no representative or diplomatic
Consuls have a certain representative character in relation to com-
Consuls are under protection of international law
are regarded as officers of sending and receiving state...
subject to civil and criminal jurisdiction of local tribunals.
Consul engaged in business has no, except what are necessary for
Consuls have no claim to precedence or ceremonial.
determined by treaty on certain countries.
Consuls to claim benefit of "most favored nation clause".
importation of women for purposes of, forbidden...
PROTECTION OF PERSONS AND PROPERTY ABROAD:
of aliens in non-Christian countries, how exercised and restricted.
of wrecked vessels. (See WRECKED AND STRANDED VESSELS.)
certificates of citizenship issued by unauthorized persons afford no
of naturalized citizens on return to native country, dependent on
PROTECTION OF PERSONS AND PROPERTY ABROAD-Continued.
crew of regularly documented vessels entitled to, of flag.
of shipwrecked seamen and passengers...
no expenditures allowed for, of persons other than seamen......
of foreign-built American-owned vessels. (See FOREIGN-BUILT VES-
of property of citizens and seamen dying abroad. (See ESTATES, etc
master may pay seaman's wages under..........
by Consul against deportation of paupers and criminals to United
Consuls authorized to receive, of masters, crews, citizens, etc...
PROVISIONS AND SUPPLIES OF VESSELS:
right of crew to complain of...
extra wages allowed in lieu of, when insufficient or unwholesome...
powers and privileges of Consular officers under. (Article IV).......
QUALIFICATION OF CONSULAR OFFICERS.
oath of office required of all, except Consular Agents...
all subordinate Consular officers except Consular Agents required to
interpreters qualify by taking oath, but do not give bond..
object of, to prevent the entrance of contagious diseases.
Consuls, to make weekly reports of the appearance, progress, or ter-
annual death-rate at Consular ports to be reported
sanitary condition of vessels to and from United States to be re-
directions for telegraphing.
in case of outbreak of such disease in epidemic form, Consul to give
Consuls to give master of vessels, bound to United States, a bill of
master of vessel can not be forced to take bill of health...
RANK OF CONSULAR OFFICERS.
monthly reports of bills of health to be made to Department of State..
physician employed when deemed necessary to inspect vessels,
bill of health to be visaed at ports visited by vessel en route to United
of officers of same grade depends on date of commission.
comparative, with officers of Army and Navy.
RECEIPTS. (See VOUCHERS.)
to be taken by Consuls on payment of seamen's wages
to be taken for all disbursements..
to be taken for relief of seamen..
duplicate, to be taken for disbursements of assets of deceased citi-
no, required for outlay for postage.
account for clerk-hire to be accompanied by, of clerk.
taking, from employé for larger amount than is paid is embezzlement
for moneys turned over to successor to be taken by outgoing Consu-
of instructions to be acknowledged
of returns and accounts
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR OFFICE. (See NOMINATIONS.)
are supplied by Department of State.
at Consular Agencies.
papers to be indexed
official books to be kept separate from others
Consul's name not to be used as ...........
of wrecked vessels, to be sent to Treasury
master of wrecked vessel, if present, is entitled to one-half of...
other half of, delivered to purchaser...
on sale of vessel to citizen whole, to be delivered to purchaser...
resident citizens of United States invited to enter their names in...
of official letters received at Consulate.
transcript of to be sent annually to Department of State..
of official letters sent from Consulate..
of debenture and landing certificates.
of official services to vessels and seamen.
for guidance of Consular Officers, not for control of Department
seaman not destitute while he has wages available, or is self-sup-
wages to be applied to expenses of.
not limited to amount of wages
Consul to examine seamen applying for
deserting seamen entitled to, if destitute
foreign seaman shipped on foreign vessel not entitled to
shipwrecked seamen, of whatever nationality, entitled to
sick seamen may be sent to hospital
clothing furnished to be cheap and serviceable.
RELIEF OF SEAMEN-Continued.
statement of, furnished to Consul at intermediate port
Consul to have no interest in supplies furnished
disbursements for, may be made from official fees on hand.
of subordinate to be for cause stated only...
RENT: (See OFFICE RENT.)
of jails and court rooms in China and Japan
REPORTS: (See LETURNS.)
of Consular Agents to be made through their superior officers
of irregular arrival of destitute seamen.
of inspectors of vessels........
of wages and extra wages collected
by master, of death of seamen on vessels..
of departure of vessel without her papers...
of unlawful discharge of seamen
of clothing furnished destitute seamen...
of information for use of hydrographic office..
of refusal of master to deliver up effects of deserting seamen...
of desertion of seamen, to be made within forty-eight hours.
of sale of foreign-built ships to citizens of United States..
of Consuls to Minister concerning movements of Mormon emigrants.
of departure of infected vessels for United States ports...
of mutiny and insubordination of seamen.
of evidence against persons sent to United States for trial.
of encroachment by local authorities on Consul's jurisdiction..
by master, of death of seamen on board ship
of inventions, discoveries, etc....
COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL, ETC.:
blank form, sent out by Department to be filled and returned each
foreign weights, measures, and currency used in, to be reduced to
expenditures for, not allowed unless permission be previously ob-
prices-current to be sent to Secretary of Treasury when required.....