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(1916) Author: Alfons Heyking - Tema: Russia
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shipping which are in force at that port, and also as to the customs,
quarantine, and other local regulations, usages and customs, and
must comply strictly to them all. It is the duty of the Consular
Officer to see that these regulations, &c., are properly carried out and
to provide captains of Russian vessels with the requisite information
and guidance.1

CHAPTER II.—Duties on Sailing.

Every Russian captain when ready to sail from a foreign port where
there is a Russian Consular Officer, is required to present himself at
the Consulate for the purpose of making his declaration. The
Consular Officer enters in Book No. VI. the particulars relating to the ship,
using the prescribed form. He then attests, free of charge, the ship’s
bill of health and the crew-list, recording in the latter any changes
that have been made, while in port, by desertion, discharge, signing
on, or death, in the composition of the crew; legalises, gratis, any
certificates of service, discharges, &c., which the captain may give to
members of his crew when signing them off the crew-list, and collects
the lawful ship and tonnage dues and the fees for such changes in the
crew-list, giving the captain a certificate of inward and outward
clearance of which the following is a convenient form :—

No. 1/7.

Certificate of Inward and Outward Clearance.

Captain p. i. Ivanoff, commanding the Russian merchant steam vessel
" Baikal," 1,712 tons net register, arrived at the Port of Newcastle-on-Tyne
on the 5th/i8th May 1904, from Valencia, with cargo, and, at his request,
to-day received clear papers to sail for Gibraltar, with cargo.

Account of Consular fees received :

— Rbls. Cop. £ s. d.
Shipping dues...... 4 50 — 9 7І
Tonnage dues ––– 25 68 2 14 5
Three changes in crew list - 2 25 — 4 10}
Total - 42 43 3 1 8 11

§ 202.
Sailing of
vessels from

of inward
outward clearance.


ioth/23rd May 1904.

Imperial Russian Consul:

(Signature of Consular Officer.)

The Consul must on his own responsibility prepare and deliver
their papers to the captains of ships that are ready to sail, not later

1 Cons. Reg., Art. 56.

§ 200.


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