Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 18 Part 2c.djvu/860

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INDEX TO PUBLIC TREATIES. 853 . Pncs p H'¢mm·er-—-Continued. H,,,,,,,,,,._Cnmiuu6d “g°· 2. Equality of duties nu vessels 388 Extrudltioll iccnvclltion I In- To what vessels privileges extend ,,,_ 335 ual.}, is 1855 ’ u 296 397 Eqluoaggy of duties 0n imports and ex- 388 1. Fugitives from ju¤t1ce°£6'1Sé ' 3_ Dum 0,, mdm, (,,=;,;g,;;5;;;(;,;;,;··j 388 “"= ‘‘‘‘‘‘ ";,; ‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘ ‘ ‘‘‘‘ 3% Probibitious to be general If. 389 gggugtgtmiiiiig sigiender-rmt.--0e 396 4_ Coutingyrudq reserved__. _ 369 made ______ ____ __ ____ _ __y __ 395 5. No preferemk nu xmportetions - .. 389 Evidence of criminality required 396, 397 6. Consnlgir oHi¢;_ers, appointment and Expenses of arrest and delivery . 397 privi egos 0 .:. . . . 389 , 2. Other Germanic States may accede to Sottlemorg of disputes between mes-convention 397 ters U, c,,,,,, ______ _ _____ _ _______ 38Q _ N · Q `'`` '* `' Reclamation of desertcrs ---.--.----- 389 3 - -1i 397 7. Dissggzgrtsyid inheritance of personal 390 ghen extrsdition may be delayed. -- 397 .••¤-·-1--••·•... I .·-_----.__-_ ; Care nf prggzerty m the absence of 390 6. RI.‘£Ec2§.§’...‘T‘T‘}Y?T‘T}‘Zf‘ . . $ represen wes.. . .. . . . In cm Ofmveml claimants ____ _ _____ 390 Trentyétfog the abgluon of the Ren! estate, heirs allowed time to dis- d"é·°N°°r brulaslagzzeggs 399 N0P(;’::ig;.·(; E · ···· QQ 1. étnde or iiruugisuizloirdiies isbolished- I 398 8. Assistance in case of sliipwreckuxii 390 2' Hgoxg E§;°vld° fw fr°° u°'vlg°'t'1°u 398 Sal'? “"d "°P“"`“··` ··········· ···· 390 3- Iudémnity to Km of H¤¤¤V¤!' ·-·-·· 398 Ware ouse charges .. . .. 390 4 Pa ment of the - 5 rt 399 9- D¤*.¤¤*¤¤. of ¤¤¤¤v- --·-·---·---·---— 390 ¤' extention 0:¤€i}.`LiZZ'i3`..¤’ ``‘`' " ‘``° ses T?飥1?:t§3;&;;é'é ‘;é;_i‘ 390 6. Treaty og! 1846 to remain in force, cx- 399 ‘t c .. . . . ganon, June 10, 1s4o 391-asc °?’l’ A . ····· L Importatigns in vessels of Emmy na,. mms' '`'````'```` "` """ 399 tion . 391 mq, - Tonnage duties and tolls..-:,. .. 391 H b gampos Précmtmm _ '"' 399 Exportations 111 vessels of either ua- 39 “" °" “‘;Jt8'3° R°°'P'°°“l 0°’”'”°'°*“U9"°· tion . 1 - Port charges. ... , . . . 391 Hmnaoatic Republics, (see Bremen,) Bruushousen tolls, dw .. 391, 392 Convention of friendship, com- 2. Coztsting trade reserved . .. 392 mercc, and navigation, 3. No preferences in importation: . . 392 Decclnbcr 20, 1827 ... 400-403 4. Assistance in case of shipwreck .. 392 1. Importotions and cxportstious in ves- Salvage und rcgnirs . 392 sel¤_0f either nation . . 400 5.·'I‘0 what vesee privileges of treaty Equality of duties .. . .. - . 400 extend . . . . .-. 392 Bounties and drawbacks .. .. 400 6. Duties on products of either counégz 393 2 {Sort chargesé. . ..£_. ti];. . . . . try ,,.,,,,_,,,, ,, .,,,.,,,,.,,... , . . uties on pr uc s o ei er conn ry. Probibitions to be general ... 393 4 Prohibitions to be_genera1._ .. 401 7. Favors granted to other nations to be- 393 3. I$>bpréefo[reHce)s in imoiortagions ..I...}_ 401 (mma c0mu]0n ___. ____ __-__,_____, , 8, 8 9, 6 cons} Qfe VQSSQQ Q 8. Import duty on raw cotton abolished. 393 Lubeck, Bremen, or Hamburg. 401 Transit duty on cotton, rico, and to- 5. Clearance of vessels from_the Hansebacoo abolished .. 393 atm Republics to the United States. 401 Weser tolls not to be levied .. 393 6. Privileges of residents. . .--. 40l, 402 Lima; dm to bg lqviqd _ ,_,_ , __ _,., *393 7. Disposal and inheritance of personal 9. Consular onicers, appointment and property .. . ... T .. 402 privileges of .. .. .. ... 393 Duties same es payable by natives.:. 402 Settlement of dispu tes between mus§93 39 Reel esfsatée, time allowed heirs for dis- 402 ters and crows . .. ... , 4 posa o .. . . . . Reclamation of deserters .. . . 394 8. Protection to persons end property of 10. Privileges ofresidents .. . 394 residents...: _ . .. . . 402 Management of business, &.c . 394 Access to Judicial tribunals .. 402 Access to judicial tribunals .. . .. . 394 Employment of advocates and agents. 40:3 Em ployment of advocates end agents. 394 9. Favors granted to other nations to be- Disposal of personal property.. .. 394 come common . ..1 _ 40Q Succession to personal property. . 394 10. Duration of convention .. . .. 402, 406 Duties same as payable by natives. .. 394 11. ltqtnicutncus. . . . Property of absent heirs to be ca.reg94 395 AdlIlIl0llBg article, June 4;% 404 f . . .- . . ,' IB! .. . . Y . . , Controversies, bow decided . . 395 Consuls may cause arrest of descrters RM1 estate, time allowed heirs for dis- · from vessels --------------·--- - - - · 403 posal of, . . ,...,... . . . 395 Proceedings- .,_.. . . . . 403 No dutigg of detrggtion, &q ..,. , ..,. , 395 Effect of- additions] article ... . 404 11. Duration of treaty ,,,, ,. .,.,.., , 395 Rntrhrmtmng . ,,...,,,,,, .. . ..,,,,,.., 404 Augmentation of duty on tobacco 395 2 Convention for extending juris- 12. Other States of Germanic Confederap · duction of consuls, April tion may accede to treaty . 395 · 80,1 1852 .. .: : 404, 405 13. Ratitiuations .. . 395 1. C0¤su_nr officors may s1t as judges and Treaty' of 1840 annulled.. .. . 395 arbitrators, whcu .. . .. 404