Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 16.djvu/1184

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1 150 INDEX Bd {um, (continued. Belgium, (continued.) gweieht for slugld rate of postage and rule rate of dollar in money of Belgium . 929 ·’ 923 of cont . ... . 929 of progression . _ _ . n relative rates of postage ... J. . .923, 924 provision of former eonvenuo h rates when direct stlesun lines shall be es- to direct line of steam packets, w cn to mblislled . . 924 be carried into effect 929 pn-payment of postage optional . 924 additional postalcouvcntion proceedings when postnges ure unpnid or with, of March lst, l8·0 . 951 not sumeiently pnid .. 924, 929 rates of postage established . , . . 95l registered nrticles to pay additional fee. .. 924 sca conveyance of letters in closed mails. 951 whutcoi·ne<pondence may be registered.. 924 trynly between, ard the Lmted States bmis for settlement of accounts . 924 of November 16, 1868, concerning nomregulntions tiir despatch of correspond- mliznnon and the citizenshipofemigrants 747 ence ... 924, 925 elfect of nmurallzlmon in either country exchange of correspondence by open of citizens of the other. c .:. .. 747 mulls . ... 925 citizens, upon return to original country, transit of closed mails through either liable for crimes, &c. committed before country. . . . ... . ... 925 nmurnlizntion . ... . . . T .. 748 postnl accounts, when to be stuted, &c 925 nruumlized citizens when not luible to rule for the conversion of money to be mi itnry service in original country'., Z. 748 agreed upon ... 925 provisions sw to recovery of emzenslnp in triinsler of closed mails without cx— originul country 748 ense . . ... 925 when convention to take eiicct, and how onhisl ennimunientions free. ... 925 long to continue . . . . 748 detailed rcgulntions . . . 925 when l0 be ratified 749 missent letters, nrtii-les, &e . ... . 925 execution, ratification, proclannetionst . .. 749 reduction in fnvor of the United Suites convention betwcen.nnd the United in the tmnsit of closed mails . 926 Stulcs ol' December 5, 1868, concerning foriner conventions to cease to be in force, the nights, immunities, and privileges when, &e .. 926 of eonsuls .. . 757 when this convention llll(0* el’fe<·t 926 cousuls, &c. to be received in all ports detailed wgulmiiins for the ex- sud places, except, &e .. 757 ecutinn of the convention of Auuust 2i, exception to apply to all powers 757 1867, lirrnnged, November 25 und 26, consular officers to receive cxequamr,and 1867 .. 927 -929 cnjoyrights .. . . ..,. 758 oxclimee oliiees nucl despatch of nniils. . 927 to be exempt from arrest, &c. if, &c. 758 tnble showing the direction to be to be l·z1bl<· to charges, ifQ &c 758 given io correspondence of all not compelled to appear ns witnesses, kinds .. 930, 931 il', &e. ... I. 758 letter hills to nccompnny each lnuil. . 927 testimony oi', how taken ... 758 to suite whnt. . . . . ... 934 trstimony ci', in criminal eases . 759 fornis oi und 0I` RCkll<)Wl('(l;;`m(‘ll£S consular offices lf1H}' place the arms and of receipt , . 932, 934, 939 Hal: of their notion over their outer correspondence to bodivided into sepuruto door, &e. except, &c. 759 pucknges :u·eor<linl; to letter bill ... 927 consular offices. &c. to be inriolnblc. &c. 759 eden pnrknge tobe numbered, &c... 927 who to exerrise their Funitions in elise number of rntes of postage, how to be in- of nb~ence, &c.. . . 759, 760 dicuted . ... 927 vice-consuls und consulnr agents 760 registered correspondence .. 927 consulur oilieers muy eouipluin to nuthorform of register list .,. 042 ities of any infractions of tiesties, &c. . 760 receipt for ... 927 _ or to the government ... 760 no ywcuninry responsibility for loss authority of consular officers, to take o 927 depositions, &e , , 7•‘0, 761 office of origin of letters to be intlicsted copies under their seal to be received in by stumps. .. . .. 927, 928 courts . 761 stumps to indicate what ... 928 consular officcrs lo have exclusive cogniexchunges in open mulls ... 928 zuncc of differencos bow een officers and conditions of exchange and ouuntriea crews of merellnnt vessels 761 of. ... . ... 943 authority of consuls, &4s. over dcsertvrs prepaid und unpaid letters for transit in from vessels .,.. 761, 762 open mail, how to be marked . 928 roceedings to reclaim deseiters ... . 762 articles under band, not conforming to damages snll`er¤·d at sca by vessels to bo conditions, may be retained ... 924, 928 settled by consular officers .. .. . . . 762 letters in open mnil for transit, imutli- salvage of wrecked vessels , . 763 eiently pnid, to be marked ss wholly duties of eonsuls, &e. in ease of the unpaid ... . 928 death of ci izens, &c·. 763 letters and I'0j,;lHICT£ articles not deliver- convention to continue in loree how able to be returned monthly .. 928 long .. 763, 764 no expense for transit . 928 execution, ratification, proclamation . 764 missent, &e. letters, &e. to be returned additional nrttclo of Deember 20 without delay . . . . 928 1868, to trenty with, of July 17 1868, letter bill to state what. . . . . . . . .928, 929 concerning trademarks 765 settlement of secounts . 929, 944-949 counterfeiting of trade-marks prohibited. 765 payable in gold .. . . . . . 929 tmdomarks where to be lodged ... . 7 66