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(1916) Author: Alfons Heyking - Tema: Russia
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Р. и., Сн. i. COMMERCIAL RELATIONS OF RUSSIA, &c. 51

Italy - September 28, 1863, One year after

and June 28, 1907. revocation.

Switzerland - December 26, 1872 - ,,

France - April i, 1874, and „

February 20, 1906.
Peru - May 16, 1874 - ,,

China - August 4, 1881 - - Without Term.

Corea - June 25, 1884 - „

France (suppl. conv.) - June 17, 1893 - - One year after

revocation.

Serbia - October 15, 1893, and

March 24, 1907.

Germany1 - February 10, and July Dec. 31, 1917.

28, 1894.

Austria-Hungary1 - - February 15, 1906 - Dec. 31, 1917.

Spain (provis. modus February 7, 1895 - One year after

vivendi). revocation.

Denmark - March 2, 1895 - -

Japan - May 7, 1895 - - July 17, 1911.

Portugal - July 9, 1895 - - April 21, 1901.

Bulgaria - July 14, 1897 - - Dec. 31, 1903.

Roumania - April 12, 1906 - - Dec. 31, 1917.

Thus the commercial policy of Russia is one of national protection
with the object of making Russia an economic entity ready to secure
the greatest obtainable facilities for the exports of its products by
means of a system of foreign mutual customs agreements.

CHAPTER II.—Supervision of Commerce and

Shipping.

It must be the Consul’s aim to consolidate, facilitate and extend
the commercial relations of the country whose agent he is, with
those of that in which he resides. To this end he must submit to
the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Trade and Industry
all comments and proposals in relation to commerce and shipping
which experience or observation suggest to him during the exercise
of his Consular functions.2

It is the duty of the Consul to take note of all Russian vessels
entering or leaving the ports of his district, and to watch over Russian
shipping and commerce.3 It must be his particular care to maintain
good order amongst Russian seamen, to protect and defend Russian
subjects in their person and property, and, when necessary, to assist
them with advice. He should above all see that the rights guaranteed

1 The Treaties with Germany, Austria-Hungary, Turkey and Bulgaria, have
been suspended by the state of war and require new confirmation after peace has
been concluded.

2 Cons. Reg., Art. 89. 3 Cons. Reg., Art. 47.

§ 43.

§43.
Supervision
of
Commerce and
Shipping.
Trade and
Industry.

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