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FORM No. 61.
Letter of master to auctioneer.
(Paragraph 334.) No. 4.]
189 Esq., Licensed Auctioneer at Sir: As agent for whom it may concern, I hereby request you to adver tise and sell, by public auction, to the highest bidder, the tackle, apparel, and appurtenances, as per inventory herewith, as she now lays at anchor in this harbor; also that part of her cargo food damaged, and recommended to be sold by the board of survey, ta account of whom it may concern.
You will please render distinct account of sales of ship and cargo triplicate), under your own hand, to the United States Consulate at thi port.
I am, respectfully, etc.,
FORM No. 62.
Certificate authenticating copies of inventories and letters.
189 I, the undersigned, Consul, etc., do hereby certify that the foregoing inventory, and the declaration thereunto, both hereto annexed, and let ters signed
master, numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, are true and faith ful copies of the originals filed in this Consulate, the same having beei carefully examined by me and compared with the said originals, and found to agree therewith word for word and figure for figure.
U, S. Consul.
FORM NO. 63.
Account of sale of a vessel.
(Paragraph 334.) 1.] Account of sale of ship of
of the burden of tons, d by the undersigned, for account of whom it may concern, by order
master, viz: The ship -, as per inventory, unto
CONSULATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AT
1894 I, the undersigned, Consul, etc., do hereby certify that the foregoing 3 the true and genuine signature of
licensed auctioneer or the port of and as such is entitled to full faith and credit. Given, etc.
FORM No. 65.
Certificate authenticating copy of account of sale.
189 I, the undersigned, Consul, etc., do hereby certify that the foregoin account sales, signed by
licensed auctioneer, and the der tificate thereto, signed
United States Consul, numbers 1 and 2, are true and faithful copies of the originals filed in this Conse] ate, the same having been carefully examined by myself, and compare with the said originals, and found to agree therewith, word for por and figure for figure.
FORM NO. 66.
FORM NO. 67.
Certificate on sale of a ship abroad to an alien or a nonresident citizen
(Paragraphs 331 and 334.)
189 I, the undersigned, Consul of the United State, etc., do hereby certif that the ship of
master, has been duly cou demned and sold, at this port, by public auction, to a citizen (or subject of and that one-half of the register of the said ship has been thi day delivered by me to the purchaser, and the second half thered retained in this Consulate to be forwarded to the Department of State.
U.S. Consul. NOTE.—When the vessel is sold without condemnation, erase the word “ duly condemned and.” When the sale is also private, erase in additio words “by public auction.” When the purchaser is a non-resident izen of the United States, modify the certificate accordingly, and liver the whole register to purchaser.
FORM No. 68.
(Paragraph 334.) KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, That I,
now masr and commander of the -- or vessel called the of the burden F--- tons, or thereabouts, now lying in the port of nd firmly bound unto
-, in the sum of
, lawful money f the United States of America, to be paid to the said ) -- certain attorney, executors, administrators, or assigns; for Thich payment, well and truly to be made, I bind myself, my heirs, exectors, and administrators, and also the said vessel, her tackle, apparel, nd furniture, firmly by these presents. Sealed with my seal, at his — day of -, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hunIred and —- Whereas the above bounden
hath been »bliged to take up and borrow, and hath received of the said or the use of the said vessel, and for the purpose of fitting the same for ea, the sum of --, lawful money of the United States of America, which sum is to be and remain as a lien and bottomry on the said veslel, her tackle, apparel, and furniture,
--, at the rate or premium of for the voyage: In consideration whereof, all risks of the seas, rivers, enemies, fires, pirates, etc., are to be on account of the said
And for the better security of the said sum and premium, the said master doth, by these presents, hypothecate and sign over to the said
heirs, executors, administrators, and assigns, the said vessel, her tackle, apparel, and furniture And it is hereby declared, that the said vessel is thus hypothecated and assigned over for the security of the money so borrowed and taken up as aforesaid, and shall be delivered for no other use or purpose whatever, until this bond is first paid, together with the premium hereby agreed to be paid thereon. Now the condition of this obligation is such that if the above bounden
shall well and truly pay, or cause to be paid, unto the said the just and full sum of lawful money as aforesaid, being the sum borrowed, and also the premium aforesaid, at or before expiration of —- days after the arrival of said vessel at then this obligation and the said hypothecation to be void and of no effect; otherwise, to remain in full force and virtue. Having signed and excuted bonds of the same tenor and date, one of which being accomplished, the other to be void and of no effect.
[L. S.] Signed, sealed, and delivered in the presence of
CONSULATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AT
-,Consul, etc., do hereby certify that ter of the
of —, the party to the aforesaid bottomry bond or instrument of writing, personally came before me and executed the said bond in my presence and in the presence of the witnesses thereunto, and acknowledged the same to be his free act and deed for the purpose therein mentioned. Given, etc.
FORM No. 70.
Assignment of bottomry bond.
(Paragraph 334.) We hereby assign our rights in the within bond to chants of --, that it may be paid to them or to their order.