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AUTHENTICATING COPIES OF PAPERS,

7. Of advertisement for funds on bottomry..

. $1 00 8. Of inventories and letters, or either, of master

1 00 9. Of marine note of protest.

1 00 10. Of extended protest...

1 00 11. Of account of sales of vessel, cargo, provisions, and stores, or either.. 1 00 12. Of call, warrant, and report of survey on vessel, hatches, cargo, provisions, and stores, or either....

1 00

AUTHENTICATING SIGNATURES. * 13. To average bonds...

1 00 14. To estimate of repairs of vessels.

1 00 15. To (auctioneer's) account of sales of vessel or cargo, provisions or stores. 1 00 16. To reports of survey on vessel or cargo, provisions or stores..... 1 00 17. To forms of application for arrears of pay [and ?] of bounty of deceased or disabled soldiers.....

25 18. For authenticating all the vouchers and other papers necessary for drawing a pension ..

50

CERTIFICATES.

19. To bill of health.....

2 50 20. To indorsement of bottomry on ship’s register.....

1 00 21. To ditto on payment of bottomry on ship's register..

1 00 22. To ditto of new ownership on ship’s register.

1 00 23. To canceling ship's register ....

1 00 24. To value of foreign currency in triplicate...

1 00 25. Debenture certificate, including oaths of master and mate, and the complete execution of the certificate...

.... 2 50 26. For the medical examination authorized by the Act of June 2, 1879,

“To prevent the introduction of contagious or infectious diseases
into the United States”: for fifty persons and under, $5; from fifty
to one hundred persons, for each ten additional persons or less, $1 ;
over one hundred, at the rate of $5 for each additional hundred

persons, to be accounted for to the National Board of Health.
27. To decision and award, in cases of protests against masters, passengers,
or crew....

5 00 28. To the deposit of a ship's registers and papers, when required by custom-house authorities.....

1 00 29. In cases of vessels deviating from the voyage..

1 00 30. To invoice of breeding animals.....

2 50 31. To invoice of works of art, the production of American artists. 2 50 32. To manifest of fish, oil, bone, etc..

2 50 33. To a vessel's manifest.

2 50 34. To the purchase of foreign-built or American vessel abroad.

2 50 35. To the examination required by Section 2162 of the Revised Statutes, for each emigrant ...

25 36. To invoice, including declaration, in triplicate..

2 50 * When it is possible to embrace several signatures in one certificate, the consul will do so, and but one fee will be charged for such certificate.

37. To invoice of goods, not exceeding $100 in value, in British North American Provinces....

.$1 00 38. To place of birth of enigrants, and only when desired by them..

25 39. For marriage certificate....

1 00 40. To appointment of new master, including oath of master.

2 00 41. Given to a master, at his own request..

1 00 42. To the ownership of a vessel...

1 00 43. To a seaman of his discharge

.No fee. 44. To master to take home destitute American seamen..

.No fee. 45. To conduct of crew on board, in cases of refusal of duty, and in cases of imprisonment, etc..

2 00 46. To roll or list of crew, when required by the captain or authorities of the port....

1 00

DECLARATIONS AND OATIIS.

47. Declaration and oath of master to one or more desertions, including oaths, attached to crew-list and shipping articles....

50 48. To one or more deaths or losses of seamen overboard at sea, including oaths, attached to crew-list and shipping articles..

50 49. To ship's inventories or stores..

50 50. To the correctness of log-book...

50 51. To ship's bills and vouchers for disbursements and repairs.

50 52. To the animals, vehicles, and goods of an emigrant, including certificate 50 53. When seamen are picked up at sea .

.No fee.

CONSULS' ORDERS AND LETTERS. 54. To send seamen to hospital.

No fee. 55. To send seamen to prison..

1 00 56. To release seamen from prison ...

1 00 57. To authorities or captain of the port, in cases of sinking vessels. 1 00 58. Requesting the arrest of seamen...

1 00 59. Notice to master of result of examination on complaint of crew...... 1 00 60. Warrant of survey on vessels, hatches, cargo, provisions, and stores, or either...

1 00 61. Notifying surveyors of their appointment..

1 00 62. For any other letter or order of like character.

1 00

PASSPORTS.

63. For issuing a passport.. 64. For visaing a passport.

5 00 1 00

PROTESTS.

65. For noting marine protest

2 00 66. For extending marine protest....

3 00 67. And if it exceed two hundred words, for every additional one hundred words....

50 68. Protest of master against charterers or freighters....

2 00

ESTATES OF DECEASED AMERICAN CITIZENS.

69. For taking into possession the personal estate of any citizen who shall

die within the limits of a consulate, inventorying, selling, and finally

settling, and preparing or transmitting, according to law, the balance
due thereon, fire per cent. on the gross amount of such estate. If
part of such estate shall be delivered over before final settlement,
two and one half per cent. to be charged on the part so delivered
over as is not in money, and five per cent. on the gross amount of
the residue. If among the effects of the deceased are found certifi-
cates of foreign stocks, loans, or other property, two and one half
per cent. on the amount thereof. No charge will be made for plac-
ing the official seal upon the personal property or effects of such
deceased citizen, or for breaking or removing the seals.

RECORDING DOCUMENTS.

70. Appointment of a new master...

$ 50 71. Average bonds, when required, for every one hundred words, or less.. 50 72. Bill of sale, when required, for every one hundred words or less.. 50 73. Certificate given to master at his own request, when required... 50 74. Consul's letter to captain of port, or authorities, in cases of sinking vessels.....

50 75. Order and consul's certificate to pay seamen's wages at home.... 50 76. Powers of attorney, when required, for every one hundred words or less 77. Protests of masters and others, other than marine protests, for every one hundred words or less ...,

50 78. Calls of survey on vessel, hatches, cargo, provisions, and stores, or

either; warrants and reports thereof; estimates of repairs; certifi-
cates of consuls to advertisements for funds on bottomry, and of
sale of vessel; inventory of vessel, cargo, provisions, and stores;
letter of master to consul notifying sale of vessel, cargo, provisions,
and stores, or either; letter of master to auctioneer, and account of
sales of vessel, cargo, provisions, and stores, or either, for every one
hundred words or less of any document required to be recorded,

except consul's certificate to masters taking home American seamen. 50 79. Any other document or instrument of writing not herein named or

enumerated, prepared in or out of the consulate, and required to be
recorded, for every one hundred words or less..

50

RECEIVING AND DELIVERING SHIP'S PAPERS.

80. For receiving and delivering ship's register and papers, including con

sular certificates, as prescribed in Forms Nos. 13 and 14, one cent
on every ton, registered measurement, of the vessel for which the
service is performed, if under one thousand tons; but American
vessels, running regularly by weekly or monthly trips, or otherwise,
to or between foreign ports, shall not be required to pay tonnage
fees for more than four trips in a year; and tonnage fees shall not
be exacted from any vessel of the United States touching at or near
ports in Canada on her regular voyage from one port to another
within the United States, unless some official service required by

law shall be performed...
81. And for every additional ton over one thousand, one half of one cent..

01 03

SHIPPING OR DISCHARGING SEAMEN.

82. For every seaman who may be discharged or shipped, including the

certificates or acknowledgments thereof attached to crew-list and shipping articles, to be paid by the master of the vessel... $1 00

FILING DOCUMENTS IN CONSULATE. 83. Consul's certificate to advertisement for funds on bottomry...

25 84. Inventories of vessels, cargo, provisions, and stores, or either..

25 85. Estimate of repairs of vessel....

25 86. Advertisement of sale of vessel, cargo, provisions, and stores, or either 25 87. Letter of master notifying consul of sale of vessel, cargo, provisions, and stores, or either.....

25 88. Of master notifying auctioneer of sale of vessel, cargo, provisions, and stores, or either...

25 89. Accounts of sale of vessel, cargo, provisions, and stores, or either... 25 90. Calls of survey on vessel, hatches, cargoes, provisions, and stores, or

25 91. Warrants of survey on vessels, hatches, cargoes, provisions, and stores,

or either.... 92. Reports of survey on vessels, hatches, cargoes, provisions, and stores, or either......

25 93. For filing any other document prepared in or out of the consulate... 25

either.....

25

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES.

94. For the indorsement on the bill of health required by Rule 3 of Rules

and Regulations of the National Board of Health, and for the visa

required by Rule 12 to be accounted for to the Board of Health.... 50 95. For attending an appraisement of goods or effects, daily...

5 00 96. For attending valuation of goods, for every day's attendance during which the valuation continues..

5 00 97. For attending sale of goods, for every day's attendance during which the sale continues...

5 00 98. For attending sale of vessel, when required...

5 00 99. For attendance at a shipwreck, or for the purpose of assisting a ship

in distress, or of saving wrecked goods or property, over and above
traveling expenses, a per diem of five dollars, whenever the con-
sul's interposition is required by the parties interested....

5 00 100. For consul's seal and signature to clearance from custom-house authorities.....

2 00 101. For clearance when issued by the consul, as at free ports...

2 00 102. For entry of result of examination in vessel's log-book.

2 00 103. Agreement of master to give increased wages.

1 00 104. For issuing, preparing, and executing the receipt for two thirds extra

wages; the waiver of two thirds extra wages; complaint of crew of
bad quality or insufficient quantity of provisions or water; affidavit
or certificate of attending physician; receipt for effects of deceased
seamen.

.No fee.

SEALING CARS COMING FROM CANADA.

105. For each manifest, with the consul's certificate, and for sealing of

each car, vessel, bale, barrel, box, or package.....

25

COPIES.* 106. For the first hundred words, fifty cents; and for every additional

hundred words, or less, twenty-five cents.

Consular Receipts. 178. It is the duty of all owners, agents, consignees, masters, and commanders of vessels, to whom any receipt for fees is given by any consular officer, to furnish a copy thereof to the collector of the district in which such vessels shall first arrive on their return to the United States, and the collector must forward such copies to the Secretary of the Treasury. (Rev. Stat., $ 4,213.) The design is evidently to place a check upon illegal exactions. It is, therefore, the interest, as well as the duty, of masters and others to observe this law.

Limitation of Importations to Vessels of Thirty Tons. 179. No merchandise of foreign growth or manufacture, subject to the payment of duties, can be lawfully brought into the United States from any foreign port otherwise than by sea, nor in any vessel of less than thirty tons, custom-house measurement, except into certain districts on the northern, northwestern, and western inland frontiers of the United States, adjoining to the Dominion of Canada, or into the districts adjacent to Mexico, under penalty of the forfeiture of the vessels and the merchandise. (Rev. Stat., § 3,095.)

Custom-House Fees.

180. Clearance coastwise. For certifying manifest and granting permit for licensed vessel to proceed, if of less than 50 tons ($ 4,381)....

$ 25 If of 50 tons or more ($ 4,382)....

50 For certifying manifest and granting permit for registered vessel to proceed (8 4,381)...

1 50 For receiving manifest and granting permit for vessel not of the United States to proceed...

(Decision 3,815, $ 4,381).. 2 00 For permit to vessel under fishing license, to touch and trade

25

181. Clearance on northerly inland frontiers. For certifying manifest and granting permit for vessel to proceed, if under 50 tons ($ 4,382)...

25 If of 50 tons or more ($ 4,382).

50 * When parties have a right to call for copies, consular officers must make them at this rate. The fee for the copies is not an official fee to be accounted for.

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