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(1916) Author: Alfons Heyking - Tema: Russia
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338 INSTRUCTIONS REGARDING STAMPS, &c. p. viii., сн. v.

19. At the end of each year the Elective Consular Officers have
to send a return in triplicate of Stamps used and in hand to the
Superintending Consular Officer. The form of the return is given in
Annex 2.

All Fees must be paid in Stamps, to be obtained in the Consular

Acts and Deeds drawn up and legalised free of charge in accordance
with the Consular Tariff and special instructions of the Foreign Office
must bear the inscription " Free of Charge " or " Gratis " over the
Consular Signature.

Acts and Deeds or Receipts to which no Stamp has been affixed,
or which do not bear the said inscription, as the case may be, have no
legal validity.

Consular Stamps are paid for in local currency at the normal rate
of exchange set forth by the Russian Government, in accordance
with the table provided for by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia.

If special receipts for Consular duties are asked for, they may be
given on condition that they mention the Consular Stamps as having
been affixed to the document in question to that amount.

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