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ithin bond without any condition, reservation, or agreement other an appears on the face thereof. My address is No.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this - day of
189— Witness my hand and seal.
[L. S.] TATE OF County of
the within-named surety on the official bond of appointed at -, do solemnly that I am reasonably rorth the sum of dollars over and above all debts, liabilities, and roperty exempt from execution, and that I executed and delivered the rithin bond without any condition, reservation, or agreement other han appears on the face thereof. My address is No.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this day of
189— Witness my hand and seal.
[L. S.] hereby certify that
the sureties named in the within bond, are severally sufficient to pay the penalty thereof, and that they are citizens of and residents of
Chief of the Consular Bureau. The following instructions must be particularly observed and complied with:
Ist. The Christian names must be written in the body of the bond in full, and so signed to the bond. 2d. A seal to be attached to each signature. 3d. Each signature must be made in the presence of two persons, who must sign their names as witnesses.
4th. The United States attorney of the district in which the sureties reside, or the Member of Congress for the district, or one of the Senators of the State from which he is appointed, must certify that they are sufficient to pay the penalty of the bed and are citizens of the United States. The place of residence of the sureties Dis also be stated. This requirement being for the benefit of the Secretary of State, bu may substitute any other for it in any particular case, in order to enable him to be satisfied of the sufficiency of the sureties.
5th. Bond to be dated.
6th. Married women will not be accepted as sureties; but by the act of Anges 13, 1894, a security or guaranty company which has complied with the provisiese that act is permitted to become surety on a consul's bond in lieu of individual suretis
FORM No. 3.
Bond for consular officers who are permitted to engage in trade.
(Paragraphs 35, 43.) Know all men by these presents that, we,
principal, and and
sureties, are held and firmly bound to the United States of America in the sum of thousand dollars, money of the said United States, to the payment whereof we bind our selves, jointly and severally, our joint and several heirs, executors, and administrators.
Witness our hand and seals this day of - 189—
The condition of the above obligation is such, that if the above bounden
appointed of the United States at shall truly and faithfully discharge the duties of his said office according to law, and shall also truly and faithfully account for, pay over, and deliver up all moneys, goods, effects, books, records, papers, and other property which shall come into the hands of the said into the hands of any person for his use as such —, under any law now or hereafter enacted, and faithfully perform all other duties now or hereafter lawfully imposed upon him as such then this obligation to be void; otherwise to remain in full force.
(SEAL.] Signed, sealed, and delivered in the presence of
The following instructions must be particularly observed and complied with: 1st. The Christian names must be written in the body of the bond in full, and so igned in the bond. 2d. A seal to be attached to each signature. 3d. Each signature must be made in the presence of two persons, who must sign heir names as witnesses.
4th. The United States attorney of the district in which the sureties reside must ertify that they are sufficient to pay the penalty of the bond and are citizens of the United States. If, however, the sureties are not citizens of the United States, their sufficiency to pay the penalty of the bond should be certified by the consul. 5th. Bond to be dated.
6th. Married women will not be accepted as sureties; but by the act of August 13, 1894, a security or guaranty company which has complied with the provisions of that act is permitted to become security on a consul's bond in lieu of individual sureties.
7th. Oath of sureties and certificate of their solvency same as in Form No. 2, except as indicated in the 4th instruction above.
FORM No. 4,
FORM No. 5.
Joint certificute of the outgoing and incoming officers.
(Paragraphs 57, 58.)
189— We certify, on this the day of
the services of A B ceased, | and he is entitled to his salary, or fees, including said day; and that the services of C D commenced the day following, he having received the archives, a full and complete inventory of which is hereto annexed, as required by paragraph — of the Consular Regulations.
U. S. Consul. late U. S. Consul.
Form No. 6.
Form for the first (or outside) page of a dispatch.
Ship lost at sea August -; crew saved by British brig London. And knowledgment recommended. Master's protest inclosed.
FORM No. 7.
Form for a dispatch and inclosure.
Assistant Secretary of State,
Washington, D. C. SIR: I have to report that, on the 10th instant, the ship Boston, of New York, bound for this port, took fire at sea in latitude —, longitude —,
miles distant from this port. No passengers were on board. The officers and crew took to their boats, after vain efforts to save the vessel and cargo. They were rescued and brought into this port by the British brig London, John Fox, master, whose conduct on the occasion was such : to lead me to recommend that it be suitably acknowledged by the overnment of the United States. The details of the loss will be found
the protest of the master, a copy of which is inclosed. The crew are atirely destitute, and have been relieved at this Consulate. They will e returned to the United States by the earliest opportunity.
I am, sir, your obedient servant,
U. S. Consul.
[Inclosure.) 1. Copy of protest of master of ship Boston, dated
FORM No. 8.
Address of envelopes.
CONSULATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AT
FORM No. 9.
CONSULATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
To all to whom these presents shall come, greeting:
I, the undersigned, Consul of the United States of AmerStature. ica for -, and the dependencies thereof, hereby request Forehead all whom it may concern to permit safely and freely to pass Eyes.
-, a citizen of the United States, and, in case Nose. Mouth
of need, to give him all lawful aid and protection. Chin.
Given under my hand and the seal of the Consulate at Hair.
this — day of —-, A. D. 189—, and in the year Complexion.
of the Independence of the United States Face. (SEAL.]
U, S. Consul.