Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 18 Part 2c.djvu/879

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87 2 INDEX T0 PUBLIC TREATIES. P IP z c eu u P"g°' ptr Co tinued Im orsona ro er y- on mus . ¤¢· ¤ : . B i Dominlicau Repumac, ism. 5. Impggyons 1¤ VGSW °* ° m" 6, 4 E2'3J’2E?§;‘$$‘?;J€3P1s1a:;;;;;;1;::;... ’40s E...1i.,_.fd¤a. .w...§.. . .. tg}: H,,_y,,i_ N64_ _____ _ __________ _ _________ 414 Applicability o stnpu .n_1{>n . {... Gia Hesse-Cassel, 1844 . ... 423 6. Dutnqspp products of mt wr coun rn - 614 Honduras, 1864 . . . - ..,.,. 428 Prohnbitions t0_be general. . Mecklenburg-Schwerin, 1847 .,..., .--. 7. Exlpsxigwns m vessels 0 crt er GM gi-];;;:,!;?;? I 581Duties, bounties, and drxxlwbacks .. . 614 Prussia, 1785, 1799, 1828 .. 643, 651, 659 8. Changes xn tariffs of ext er coun ry, 614 Russia, 1832 .. .. . .- . .. . -. . 668 when to take effect, &.o ... Sardinia, 1838 .. . . . . . · 688 9- Constrng-trade reserved ------------- 614 Saxony, 1845 . .. ...'. -... .. 691 Vessels may proceed from port to port r Spain, 1795. .. . . . . _ ..-. 707 f and discharge .. . . Swiss Confederation, - .. . . 747 Mayload in same manner. . .. . .. . Two Sicilies, 1845, 1855 . ..774, 781 10. Pnvileges to steam-vessels of United 6 5 Venezuela, 1836, 1860 . . .. 789, 799 S_tatesin Peruv1a.n_}vatcrs . . . . 1 Wiirtcmbcrg,1844 .. . ... . . 810 11. Natmnahty of Peruv1an_vesse1s.. 615 Disputes as to inheritauces shall be do- 12. Privileges of whale-ships of United cided by the courts of the country States 1D Peruvmn ports . . 615 where the property i situated- 13. Management of bumness by mer- A¤¤tria,1829 . ..-... . · . 23 chants, &c . . . 6l5 Bavaria, 1845 ... . . · . . .. 42 Enngoymont of agents .. 615 Brunswick and Lunebsrg,1854.. .. 93Rig t to make contracts ._ . _ .. 616 Dominican Republic, 1867 . 179 I4. P1'lV1]Bg€¤ of P¤¥`“Vi3U¤ m muws of Hanover, 1840, 1846.; .. .. 390,395 Caliiomw - -·-· - ·---·-· ·-·--- 616 Hawaiian Islands, 1849 408 15. Disposal of PBTBQUBI P¤`0P¤Fi¤Y ·--- ·- · · 616 Hgyti, 1864 _______,, ,_ ,_;, _.,, ,, .. 4;; gueeession tL>1persona1e¥,tato¤t,.. .-.- Hesse-Cassel, 1844 ·. . -. .. .. 4 u ies pays e same as y na. ives. -. uouaum, 1864.. . . ... 428 Beal estate, time allowed hows for Mecklenburg-Schwerin, 1847 .. 471 I disposal of . . _ . 616 Nassau, 1864, ,_,.. , . -. ,. . . 532 16. Assistance in case of shnpwrcck .. 616 Orange Free State, 1871. . . 581 Salvage, &c .. _ . ... -. 616 Prussia, 1785, 1799, 1828 .. ... .643, 651, 659 17. Asylum to vessels seeking refuge. 616 Russia, 1832 .. . . . . . . .. 668 . 18. Captures by pirates to be restored . .. 617 Sardinia, 1838 .. . . . . . . 688 19. Protection to persons and property of Saxony, 1845 .. - . . . . . . 691 residents .. . . . . . .. 617 Spain, 1795 . . . . -.- 707 Access to judicial tribunals . 617 Swiss Confederation, 1847 .. 747 Employment of attorneys, &c 617 Two Sicilies, 1845, 1855. .. 774, 781 Regulation in case of arrest, &o .. 617 Venezuela, 1836, 1860. .. . . 789, 799 20. Liberty of conscience .. .. 617 Wiirtemberg, 1844 .. .. .. . . 810 Rights of burial . . . . . . . . 617 Peru, 21. Neutral trade in time of war - 617 Claims convention, Mllch I'}, Free ships make free goods ... ... 617 lS41 .. . . . . 611, 612 Neutrality extended to persons .. 618 1. Satisfaction to citizens of the United Applicability of stipulations. 618 States for seizures, &c .. . . 611 22. Neutral property on enemy’s vessels . 618 Sum to be paid by Peru . 611 23. Contraband articles specitiedn .. 618 Distribution by United States ... 611 24. Other merchandise to be free .. .. 618 2. Terms of payment . . . . . . 611 Blockade defined . . ... . .. 618 3. Interest, bow computed .. . . 611, 612 25. Conisoation of contraband artieles..618, 619 4. Manner of payment ... . . 612 26. Blockaded ports, regulations at,. 619 5. No further demand on account of 27. Regulation of visits at sea- . . 619 claims presented by S. Lamed 612 28. Vessels to be furnished with passports Subsequent claims, what action upon. 612 Q and certificates . . .. . . 619, 620 6. Option of Peru in mode o£payment.. 612 29. Vessels under convoy not to be ex- 7. Ratificatious .. . . 612 aminsd .. ,... ,,., .,,. ,,,, 620 Treaty of friendship, com- 30. Prize causes, adjudication of. 620 mcrcc, and navigation, 31. Letters of marqne notto be accepted- 620 July 26, 1851 ... 612,623 2 . 32. Agreement in case ofwa.r— I- PGMG und friendship - -...- - -. . .. 613 Who may remain and continue their 2. Freedom of commerce and navigation 613 oecu ation . . . 620 Rights of residence and business . 613 Time allowed merchants to remove.620, 621 Li erty of trade .. .. . . . . 613 Safe-conduct to be furnished them. .. 621. Taxes same as payable by native citi- ‘ 33. Debts, dw., not to be confiscated 621 ZBDQ --2... .--...- 613 34. Envoys, ministers, &o ..,,..,.., 621 Examination of books, papers, and 35. Consuls and vice-consnls 621 _¤·¤¢=¤¤¤¢¤ --·- ·- --·----·-··-·.. ‘ 613 K Commissions and sxequaturs 621 Right travel .. . .. 613 , 36. Exem tions of consular officers .. 621 Exemption from forced loans, &c 613Inviolgbility of archives 621 No embargo without indemnification. 613 37. Reclamation of desorters from vessels 622 Compensation when property taken 38. Consular convention to be formed 622 for public purposes .. . 613 39. Property of residents dying intestate- 3. Favors granted to other nations to be- 5 Consuls to be administrators ...- 622 como common . . . . .. . . 613 Consuls to call on local authorities to 4. Tonnage dunes, &o 613, 614 i assist in taking inventory &,e . 622