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ACCOUNTS AND RETURNS--Continued.
lars, January 12, 1898, January 5 and November 13,
1899. To be estimated by commercial value of money of the
country, and not by its bullion value. Circulars,
March 8 and August 20, 1898. Export returns (Form No. 20). The annual export
return rendered at the end of the year must contain a detailed and alphabetically arranged statement of all articles. The classification of different articles under a general heading, such as “Chemicals," is not sufficient. Circular, August 16, 1904.
See also Circular, June 30, 1905. Filing in consulate. When a consul retires from office
he should, for his own protection, leave in the consulate a complete record of all his official and unofficial acts, and especially of all transactions involving the receipt and disbursement of money. Condensation in Miscellaneous Record Book has been found advantage
Circular, January 13, 1899. Forms Nos. 193 and 202 to be rendered, the former
quarterly by all consular officers, the latter at the end of the fiscal year by consular officers at seaports. Circulars, July 20, August 18, December 27, 1905; August 23, 1906 (canceling Form No. 193); and May
28, 1907 Postage, charges for, must be supported by voucher.
Circulars, June 30, 1897; December 12, 1899; and
February 12, 1908. Preparation. Care enjoined. Circulars, January 5 and
November 13, 1899. Printing, charges for, must be accompanied by copy of
form printed. Circular, August 1, 1897. Promptness in rendering accounts and returns again
enjoined. Circulars, June 7, 1904, and December 27,
1905. Relief of seamen. Accounts must show how wages
turned over to Sailors' Home or other guarantor are
disbursed. Circular, September 30, 1897. Salaries. See under special heading Salaries.
ACCOUNTS AND RETURNS-Continued.
Auditor. Circulars, January 5 and November 13,
1899. Transmitting. Attention invited to paragraphs 538,
539, 586, and 587, Consular Regulations. Circulars,
January 5 and November 13, 1899. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS OF DEEDS, ETC. The
fee of $2 for service Number 33 of the Tariff—acknowledgment of a deed, power of attorney, or similar service-covers the acknowledgment of all the signatures, when included in one consular certificate. Circular,
August 30, 1906. See also under Notarial. ACTING CONSUL. No such title recognized. Vice
and deputy consular officers must sign as such; never
as “acting consul.” Circular, November 11, 1904. ADDRESSING OF PACKAGES. See under Pouch
Service-Dutiable matter and Marking of Packages,
and also under Invoices. ADMINISTRATOR, acceptance by consular officer of
appointment as, by foreign state. See under Estates. ADVERTISING PUBLICATIONS. All replies to
requests for views of consular officers as to usefulness, etc., of such publications to be that "you are not permitted to express an opinion on the subject.” Circu
lar, March 23, 1906.
Paragraph 5 replaced.
AMENDMENTS TO CONSULAR REGULA-
Paragraphs 488 and 489 combined and revised.
Executive order, August 13, 1906.
Executive order, April 6, 1907.
Executive order, April 8, 1907.
Executive order, June 1, 1907.
Executive order, January 3, 1908.
tinued. Term “American” substituted therefor. Seals on hand to be continued in use as long as serviceable.
Circular, August 3, 1904. When acting in a notarial capacity consular officers
advised, in view of requiremerits of laws of the several States on the subject, to sign as officers “of the United States of America.” Circular, November 28, 1904.
See also under Fees.
American artists return with their works. Altered
rations. Circular, September 23, 1898. Declaration (Form 155) is to be attached to the ordinary consular certificate when requested by an Amerian artist temporarily residing abroad, and is to be issued without additional charge. Circular, Sep
tember 23, 1898. Free entry accorded to works of American artists
residing temporarily abroad, without limitation as to duration of residence abroad, upon the filing either of the prescribed affidavit executed in United States or of Form 155, if the artist remains abroad and ships the works to the United States. Circular, January 23,
1899. Residence abroad. Treasury Decision 22363 holds that
long periods of residence abroad, in one case of twentyseven years, of American artists are temporary within
the meaning of paragraph 703 of tariff act of 1897. AMERICAN CITIZENS. Attention invited to para
graph 172, Consular Regulations, which requires consular officers to keep registers of American citizens residing within their several districts. See also under Latin-American countries. Circular, September 26,
1905. See also under Registration. AMERICAN INTERESTS. See under Latin-American
countries. AMERICANS RESIDING IN FOREIGN COUN
TRIES. Information to be furnished to Department
there more than two years;
States, number who are naturalized citizens, and number of those so naturalized who were AMERICANS RESIDING IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES-Continued.
formerly citizens of the country where now
residing; (3) The means of obtaining this information. Circu
lar, July 6, 1906. AMTSRICHTERS (German judges) competent to ad
minister oaths in pension 'matters. Circulars, January
13, 1897, April 15, 1901, and July 17, 1903. ANARCHISTS.
Can not be naturalized. Circular, August 10, 1903. Sailing of, to be reported to Treasury Department. Cir
cular, August 19, 1897. ANCON AND CRYSTOBAL. See under Invoices and
Panama. ANIMALS. See under Invoices and Quarantine. ANIMALS FOR EXHIBITION. Entry. Reexporta
tion bond required. Circular, June 16, 1902. ANIMALS IMPORTED FOR BREEDING PUR
POSES, CERTIFICATES FOR. See under Cer
tificates. ANTHRAX. Invoices of hides not to be certified where
anthrax prevails. Circulars, September 27, 1897, and
February 10, 1898. APPOINTMENTS. See under Efficiency. APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS, REGU
LATIONS GOVERNING. Executive Order of June 27, 1906. Transmitting pamphlet containing regulations. Under these regulations consular clerks, vice-consuls, deputy consuls, student interpreters, and consular agents who are American citizens and who have been appointed as such officers after examination are eligible for appointment to vacancies in classes 8
and 9 of consulates. Circular, February 4, 1907. APPRAISER AT NEW YORK. Samples. To avoid confusion letters and envelopes
transmitting samples should be addressed distinctly to “The Board of General Appraisers,'' or to “The Appraiser of Merchandise," as the case may be. Circular, October 8, 1902.