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(1916) Author: Alfons Heyking - Tema: Russia
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PART XI.

Legal Position of Foreigners in Russia with
regard to Particular Branches of Industry.

§ 389.
Foreigners. [-Manufacturing-]
{+Manufac-
turing+} and [-Metallurgical Industries-]
{+Metallur-
gical In-
dustries+} in
Russia.

CHAPTER I.—Manufacturing and Metallurgical

Industries.

Foreigners may establish works, factories and mills in accordance
with the general laws as to these industries. The manufacture cf
ordnance and small arms, with the exception of sporting guns and
ammunition for them, however, is a monopoly of the State, while
the manufacture of playing cards is a monopoly of the Imperial
Institution for Foundlings. Further, foreigners are not permitted to own,
promote or manage any works or factories for the manufacture of
explosives.

All questions relating to factories, works, mills, &c., are subject
to the Ministry of Finance. Petitions to this Ministry for permission
to establish factories or works must be accompanied by the written
acquiescence of the authorities of the locality in which the proposed
establishment is to be situated.

The establishment in Moscow and its district of spinning mills,
foundries, stearine works, tallow factories and establishments for
the chemical production of combustibles is prohibited.

The establishment of varnish manufactories on the cold system,
as well as weaving mills, fulling works and paint factories is not
permitted in Moscow, except with the consent of the Governor-General
of that city and of the Minister of Finance.

-o-

CHAPTER II.—Mining.

Foreigners may engage in any mining industry, whether on land
belonging to individuals or on State property.1 This general permit
does not, however, apply to the maritime regions, the island of Sakhalin,
the Ousinski province of the Yenisei territory, and the Siberian territory
where it borders on China. The Minister of Agriculture and of the
Imperial Domains may intervene with the Committee of Ministers to
permit indivielual foreigners and foreign companies and societies to
engage in mining enterprises of every description, even in the territories
mentioned above. Foreigners who are not permitted to conduct
mining operations on the territories enumerated in their own right are

1 Svod Zakonov, Vol. VII., Art. 263.

§§ 389, 390.

§ 390.
Mining.

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