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FORM No, 29.

Entry of result of examination in log book of vessel.

(Paragraph 316.)
CONSULATE OF THE UNITED STATES AT

189 On complaint made by

and a part of the crew of the I have this day examined (as in form

U, S. Consel.

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Report to the district judge of the United States.

(Paragraph 316, Appendix V.)

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CONSULATE OF THE UNITED STATES AT

189— To

District Judge of the

United States for the district of In compliance with the provisions of Title LIII of the Revised Stat utes, I have the honor to report that on the day of

189 and

a part of the crew of th a merchant ship of the United States then in this port, boun for the port of made complaint to me that [recite complaint] that thereupon, on the day of

, I examined the said provision and water, and found them [recite finding), and signified the same ir writing to the master, and entered a statement thereof in the log bool of the said Witness my hand and the Consular seal at

the day 0 -, A. D. 189— [SEAL)

U.S. Consu.

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FORM No. 31.

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Request to local authorities to imprison seamen or mariners.

(Paragraphs 299, 320, and 353.) CONSULATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AT

, 189— and

part of the crew he of whereof

is master, recently arrived his port from having conducted themselves in an improper Linsubordinate manner on board, and positively refused to do duty, ave the honor respectfully to request that you will please cause the l-named persons to be arrested, brought on shore, and imprisoned il I can find it expedient to give them their liberty.

I have the honor to be, sir, your obedient servant,

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CONSULATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AT

189— Bir: I have the honor to request that you will please cause to be eased from prison

and

the imen or mariners belonging to the

master. I have the honor to be, sir,

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U. S. Consul.

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Captain (or other authorities of the port].

FORM No. 33.

Oath and declaration of master to desertion of seamen or marity

(Paragraph 300.) CONSULATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

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port of

I,
master of the ship of

now lying in do hereby make oath, in due form of law, that these men or mariners hereinafter named, and who are noted on the crew i of the said vessel as deserters, absconded from the said ship — ports or places hereinafter named, without my knowledge or constat, or about the times hereinafter placed opposite their names respectos

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Request to local authorities for the arrest of deserters.

(Paragraphs 299, 306, and 320.)

CONSULATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AT

1894

three of the se

SIR: men belonging to the

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of

is maste

whereof

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atly arrived from having absconded at this port from the

I have the honor respectfully, in pursuance of the provisions ae terms of the treaty of --, 18—, between the United States

to request that you will please cause warrants to be issued heir arrest and imprisonment, and that they be retained subject to order of this Consulate.

I have the honor to be, sir,

U. S. Consul.

FORM No. 35.

tificate to be issued to citizens of the United States being purchasers of American or foreign-built vessels in a foreign port.

(Paragraphs 343 and 346.)
Consul of the United States for the port of

do eby certify that the within bill of sale, bearing date the day of --, of the

(here describe the vessel, her tonnage, denomina1, name, etc.), sold and transferred by

- to been proved satisfactorily to me to have been duly executed by the iscribing part-; and I further certify that

therein menned as purchaser of said vessel citizen of the United States. is witness my hand and seal of the Consulate this

day of the year of our Lord 189—. L. S.)

U.S. Consul.

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FORM No. 36.

rtificate to be attached to documentary evidence accompanying requisitions in the United States for extradition.

(Paragraph 425 )
CONSULATE OF THE UNITED STATES,

189C- of the United States at -, hereby certify at the annexed papers, being [here state what the papers are), prosed to be used upon an application for the extradition from the United ates of

charged with the crime of -, alleged to have en committed in are properly and legally authenticated so as to entitle them to be received in evidence for similar purposes bitky tribunals of as required by the act of Congress of August 3,

In witness whereof I hereunto sign my name and cause the seal of th Consulate to be affixed this day of 189

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U. S. Coxsul.

FORM No. 37.

Marine note of protest.

(Paragraphs 186 and 605.)
CONSULATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,

Port of

189 On this day of

in the year of our Lord eighteen hunir and -, before me,

Consul of the United States America for and the dependencies thereof, personally appeare

master of the ship or vessel called the of the burden of tons or thereabouts, and declared that on the ay of last past he sailed in and with the said ship from the pa

laden with and arrived in the said ship at

[here insert the day and hour]; and having experienced boistet ous weather on the voyage, hereby enters this note of protest accor ingly, to serve and avail him hereafter, if found necessary.

of

Master.

Attested:

U. S. Consul.

FORM No. 38.

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Extended protest of ship master

1894
(Paragraph 186.)
CONSULATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,

Port of

189 By this public instrument of declaration and protest be it known an made manifest unto all to whom these presents shall come or may cod

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