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(1916) Author: Alfons Heyking - Tema: Russia
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p. viii., сн. iii. EXPLANATORY NOTES, &c.

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Ad Section 27 of the Consular Tariff.

Para. 45.—Section 27 of the Tariff refers only to Bills of Health
given to foreign vessels as a whole, and does not comprise sanitary
certificates of any other nature ; for instance, certificates of the health
of cattle sent to Russia, or certificates stating the absence of epidemics
or epizootics, which are given freg of charge. On the latter certificates,
the signature of local authorities must be attested in accordance with
Section 9 of the Tariff.

Ad Section 28 of the Consular Tariff.

Para. 46.—The fee provided for by Section 28 of the Tariff must
be paid for each case when a sailor is struck out of the Crew List or
entered thereon. It does not matter if the person concerned has been
dismissed or enters the service anew, or is transferred to another ship
of the same company.

Ad Section 31 of the Consular Tariff.

Para. 47.—Section 31 refers only to granting permissions to conclude
a bottomry loan. If the bottomry agreement is executed in the
Consular Office, as it happens often in the East, it must be paid for in
accordance with Section 7 of the Tariff, as being a deed concerning
property.

Elective Consular Officers are not authorised to conclude bottomry
loans for ships sailing under the Russian flag.

Ad Section 33 of the Consular Tariff.

Para. 48.—Section 33 of the Consular Tariff refers only to Bills of
Sale or the purchase of vessels which are drawn up in the Consular
Office. If these deeds are executed before a local Notary Public,
they must be legalised by the Consular Officers in accordance with
Section 8 of the Tariff, with the exception of such deeds executed in
countries where their legalisation by a Notary Public is obligatory.
In this latter case the attestation of the signature of the Notary Public
is paid for in accordance with Section 33.1 Elective Consular Officers
are not entitled to draw-up or to attest Bills of Sale or the purchase of
vessels sailing, or about to sail under the Russian flag.

Ad Section 34 of the Consular Tariff.

Para. 49.—Section 34 refers only to such documents which do not
come under any other section of the Tariff either as to their form or
to their essence.

Para. 50.—Tickets serving as waybills given by Russian Consular
Officers in China to Russian commercial travellers proceeding with
goods to Russia are paid for in accordance with Section 34 of the Tariff.
The attestation of such tickets given by Chinese authorities to Chinese
subjects to serve as passports is paid for in accordance with Section 3
as for a visa of a foreign passport.

1 Letter of the I. Department of 9th January 19x2, No. 279, to the
Russian Consulate-General in London.

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