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(1916) Author: Alfons Heyking - Tema: Russia
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288 PURCHASES, &c., OF WARSHIPS. P. vn., Сн. iv.

Consul and transferred to someone else, he must send a copy of the
draft to the Ministry of Marine.

When drawing money, whether on letters of credit or bills, in
currency other than that of such bills or letters of credit, or when
exchanging money of one country for that of another, the paymaster
must require from the banker or money-changer or, if the transaction
takes place through the Consulate, from the Consular Officer, vouchers
or accounts showing the actual amount of money received, the currency
and the rate of exchange.

If written contracts or agreements are entered into for the supply
of stores or provisions to a warship, such contracts or agreements
must be effected by the Consul, the particulars being supplied by
the commander of the ship, except when, owing to special
circumstances, the commander finds it possible to effect such agreement
himself and on his own responsibility. The original agreements
concluded by or through the Consul must be preserved in the Consular
archives, and copies of same supplied to the commander, and vice

All goods supplied by the Consul must be paid for against detailed
invoices, as soon as the delivery of the goods is completed.1

The ships of His Imperial Majesty’s Navy have no official
purveyors or caterers. No ship of His Imperial Majesty’s Navy is
responsible for debts contracted by any purveyors or caterers who
have been in business connection with such ships.

CHAPTER V.-—Invalids on Board of Warships.

§ 353.
Invalids on
board oi

If it is necessary to land a person from a ship of war on account of
illness, the Consul must apply to the local authorities for the
immediate admittance of the patient into a hospital, or make some
other provision for him. He must visit the patient at least once a
week, enquire after his wants, and see whether he is properly cared
for. On the recovery of an invalid, the Consul must send him on
board the first Russian or foreign vessel leaving for Russia, and place
all the expenses incurred to the account of the Ministry of Marine.2
The Consul must record, on the passports of the persons whom he
thus forwards to Russia, the amounts he has paid them. These
advances will be reimbursed immediately on his transmitting a detailed
report to the Ministry of Marine.3

1 Maritime Code, Arts. 246, 247, 251, 254, and 255.

2 Cons. Reg., Art. 40. 3 Cons. Reg., Art. 45.


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