Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 18 Part 2c.djvu/872

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INDEX T0 PUBLIC TREATIES. 865 _ Page. Ps N¢·!h€1’l1Ild8—CODllll1I8d. NP!hcrlanda—C0ntinued go- Good not contraband not to be cen- 2. Tonnage duties, dce ... .. 543 hseeted .. . . . . r- .. 536 3. Privileges ofeonsuls and vice-consuls. 543 Liability for wrongful detentwn. :>36 4. Nationality of vessels . . 543 Ilree ships make tree goods .. 536 5. Assistance in ease of shipwreck .. 543 Iweutrnhty extended to persons .. 536 6. Duration of treaty . . . 544 Ngutrgl property on gnemy’g vggggl _ _ 536 7'_ R3ti§c3§i0ug_ _,` _______ _ _ _ _: I _ _ _ 544 13. Coinmanders of armed vessels to do no Supplemental commcrltlul cnn— injury_ . . . . . 536, 537 vcntion, August 26, 1852.544-546 Satisfqction for damages .. : . 537 Substitution for treaty of 1839 . 544 14. Captmns or Htters-out of pnvateers to 1. Duties on imports and exports in vesgnve bond .. .. -... 537 sels of either nation ... 544 15. Vessels recaptured from pirates to Bounties and dra.wba.cks .. . . 545 he restored te owners . 537 2. Reciprocity extended to colonies . 545 ]6_ Assistance in gggg of shipwreck, _____ 537 { 3_ Tguuagg duties, &g ____ __ _ ____ _____, 545 Shipwrecked property to be restored. 537 4. Counting-trade reserved . .. -- 545 Passports to shipwrecked persons 537 Fisheries reserved . .. . .. 545 17. Asylum to vessels in distress ... ,. 537 What to be considered eoasting·tmde. 545 18. Agreement in case of war between the ·, Vessels may proceed from port to port. 545 _part1es— _ · May discharge or complete cargoes. .. 545 Time allowed residents to remove . .. 538 5. Diseriminuting duties, regulation of . 545 Their effects or persons not to `be — 6. Duration` of treaty.. . . . . 546 ‘ 8B1I9d --·-·· . ---·--... . .-·- . . 538 7. Retifica.tions.. .-.. .. .. .. 546 Safe-conduct to be given them .. 538 Convention respcc ting consuls When prizes not to be adjudged law- of the lining;] Stan; in ful ·----- . ----- - ·---·- --_- ··- -·---- 538 Dutch colonies, J anuury 10. Letters of marque not to be accepted 22, 1855 .. ... 546-549 from an enemy .. 1-. .. 538 1. Consular OEOGYS of United States t0_ Persons accepting such commissions be admitted into colonies of the punishable as pirates .. ... 538 Netherlands . 547 20. Vessels coming upon coasts or touch- 2. Their etiicial functions .. --.. 547 ing at ports .. . . . _ 538 To be suhject to the laws. ... 547 21. Consular officers to be accepted .. 538 3. Commissions and exequaturs 547 Their functions, how to be regulated. 538 Withdrawal of exequaturs .. .- . . 547 22. Treaty not to derognte from treaty he-4. Arms and in criptions . . l 547 tween the United States and No right of asylum, &,c .. 547 France . 538,539 , 5. lnviolahility of archives . 547 Nor hinder accession by King of 6. No diplomatic character . 547 Spain . . . .. . . 539 Communications with the government 547 23. Aid to United States in making treat- 7. Vice-consuls, establishment of .. . 547 ies with the Barbary powers .. 539 Who eliqible to appointment .. , 547, 548 24. Contrabnnd articles. . . .. 539 Approve and certiticnte ... . . 548 Goods not contraband . . . . -. 539 ‘ Witbdrn.w:tI of approval . ..· 545 Definition of blockade . .. . .. 539 8. Passports, effect of .: _ . .. . 548 25. Sea-letters or passports for vessels . r. 539 9. Shipwrecks, proceedings in ease ef.. . 548 When to be renewed .. . ... . . 539 10. Reclamation ofdeserters from vessels. 548 Manifests of cargo ... . . . - . .539, 540 11. Citizens of United States dying intes- 26. Regulation of visits at sea. ... . . . . 540 tate ...--·---- - ----- - -·--- · ·----·- MB 27. Crews of vessels where may be sup- Information to be forwarded .. .. 548 pim] __________ _ ___,___ , _,,,, 540 12. Settlement of disputes between mas- Prior engugements not tobe interfered ters and crews - . , 549. with ,,,.,, ,, ...,.. . . .,-- ,,.. 540 13, Exemption of consular oEoers from 28. lnfraetions of treaty, regulation of. . . 540 taxes, dmc .--1-. :. ._.: . 549 29, Ratifications. . . 540, 541 When doing husmess, liability of 549 Convention relative to vessels When_ subjects of the Netherlands, recaptured, 0ct0bcr' S, liability of .. . 549 [SW2 .,,, ,, ..,...,. ..,. ,.._ , 541,542 14, Fupighprprivilggcg, when grunted,,,, 549 1. When redaptured vessels shall be re- 15. Duration of convention .. 549 stm-cd to owner, ____ _ ____ ____ ___ 541 Ratihcations .. .. T. .1 549 2. When they shall belong to the center. 541 Neutrality, 1$see Interocfamc Commumcatwna ; 3. Vessels recsptured by ships of war to eutrala ; Acutral Vessels; Prevabe restored.. .. . .. ..-. 54]._ {OWU;) _ _ _ . _ Distribution of gretifications .. . . 541 Violations of, in budding, arming, &.c., or Valuation of distributive parts, how i rncrensnng the force of cruisersregulated _ _________ __- ____ _ _____ __ 542Gregg ·Bp;{;m¤, 1794. 1871, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ , , , 273, 358 4. Restitution of prizes, when to be In permitting neutral purtsto be made made iu_ ___ ______ __ ____" ______ M2 bases of hggtllg 0pg[3,{;[0¤5— r l 5. Admission of vessels of war and their Great Britain, 1794, 1871 ... . i . 473, 358 prizes into orts .. --.. 542 Consuls to see that neutrality1s observed Unloading anal. sale of prizes .. . . . 542 i bg vessels of their nat on- 563 Legulityof prizes, how decided .. 542 New meads, 1850 ... . . -. 6. Prize regulations, how may he made. 542 Neulrala, (see Prtvateara ; Prizes,) Treaty of 00IIIIIl0l‘00 and niIVi— Each party to protect the vessels_ and gallon, January 0, 18302542-544 eifu;ts_0§_the other in waters within 1. Duties on imports and exports in ves- I _1ts uris ie ionsels of either nation . . . . . . 543 , rhlgiers, 1815, 1816 . ... . ... 7;% Bounties and drawbacks t. .. 543 . 1: mnce, 1778 . ... .. . . . . R s 1v————55