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(1916) Author: Alfons Heyking - Tema: Russia
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Town.                                                Date.
Name, surname, function.
Returned, or left . . . . . . . date . . . . . .
. . . . . . . place of office
On leave of absence, or, by commission for carrying out
. . . . . . . function.

CHAPTER VI. — Retirement or Decease of Consular Officers.

§ 14. Retirement of Consular Officers.

When a Russian State or Elective Consular Officer gives up his post
for the purpose of retiring or changing his service, or if he be
discharged, he must deliver in good order to his successor : the seals of
the Consulate ; all the Consular books and registers ; all moneys and
valuables deposited in his care, and all papers relating to the service.
The retiring Consular Officer, and the person who succeeds him, must
draw up a protocol containing a detailed inventory of all the articles
transferred, using the following form :—

In the year on the

we, the undersigned X and Y have drawn up this protocol, to
the effect that the former has handed over and the latter
received all the property, papers and effects of the Imperial
Russian (Vice) Consulate at Z, viz. :—

1. The archives, consisting of.......

2. Two official seals.

The Archives, Books and Publications which have to be handed
over, must be specially mentioned in the protocol, and it must be
stated to what years the archives refer. The property kept at the
Consulate on deposit must also be mentioned with minutest detail.
If, when handing over the books, registers, all documents and letters
concerning the different cases, any irregularities be found, special
mention of the fact must be made in the protocol. Both the person
who hands over, and the person who receives the affairs of the
Consulate, are responsible for the correct form to be observed in the drawing
up of the protocol.[1]

§ 15. Protocols on Retirement of Consular Officer.

It is further desirable that the retiring officer should state expressly
in the protocol that—as far as he knows—no papers, money, effects
or any other thing constituting the property of the Consular office
remain in his possession. Three copies must be made of the protocol,
and the original must be signed by both the parties. Of the copies,
one remains in the archives of the Consulate, a second one may be
taken by the retiring Consular Officer, and the third must be sent
to the I. Department of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. If

[1] Circular of the I. Department of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs of
1st November 1912, No. 13,030.

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