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(1916) Author: Alfons Heyking - Tema: Russia
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CHAPTER VI.—Dismissal of Men belonging to

Warships.

If the commander of a ship of war finds it necessary to disembark
men engaged by him, or to leave them on shore, or to leave behind
him any articles not belonging to the ship, the Consul must take
charge of the men and assign a suitable store for the articles ; but
the commander may only have recourse to this measure in extreme
cases and for valid reasons, which he must explain to the Consul.1

CHAPTER VII.—Death of Men belonging to
Warships.

In the event of the death of a person forming part of the crew of or
attached to a Russian ship of war, the Consul must arrange for his
burial, if possible—while complying with the customs of the country—
in accordance with the rites of the religious persuasion- to which the
deceased belonged. The Consular Officer must forward to the Ministry
of Marine all the necessary documents, and observe the same rules
as in the case of death of a seaman belonging to a Russian merchant
vessel.2

CHAPTER VIII.—Articles Left Behind by
Ships of War.

If a ship of war, being suddenly obliged to leave the port, be
compelled to leave behind anchors, chains, boats or any other articles,
stores or provisions, the Consular Officer must arrange for their safe
keeping in accordance with instructions or, in the absence of such
instructions, according to his own judgment. He must report upon
the measures he has seen fit to adopt to the Ministry of Marine.

If, in consequence of instructions given to the Consular Officer,
or owing to the perishable nature of the goods, or to the cost of keeping
them, it is considered advisable to sell them, such sale can only take
place by public auction.

An official account of the sale must be made out and forwarded,
with the other documents and the proceeds of the sale, to the Ministry
of Marine.3

1 Cons. Reg., Art. 32.

2 Ibid., Art. 41 ; see also " Deaths of Sailors," Part VI., Chap. XIV.

3 Ibid- Art 33- §§ 354. 355,

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