[USC02] 22 USC Ch. 2: CONSULAR COURTS
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22 USC Ch. 2: CONSULAR COURTS
From Title 22—FOREIGN RELATIONS AND INTERCOURSE

CHAPTER 2—CONSULAR COURTS

§§141 to 143. Repealed. Aug. 1, 1956, ch. 807, 70 Stat. 774

Act Aug. 1, 1956, repealed sections 141 to 143 effective upon the date which the President determined to be appropriate for the relinquishment of jurisdiction of the United States in Morocco. Jurisdiction of the United States in Morocco was relinquished by memorandum of President Eisenhower dated Sept. 15, 1956. Notice was given to Morocco on Oct. 6, 1956, and all pending cases were disposed of by 1960. See Bulletin of the State Department Vol. 35:909, page 844.

Section 141, R.S. §§4083, 4125, 4126, 4127; act June 14, 1878, ch. 193, 20 Stat. 131, related to judicial authority generally of ministers and consuls of United States in China, Siam, Turkey, Morocco, Muscat, Abyssinia, Persia, and territories formerly part of Ottoman Empire including Egypt.

Section 142, R.S. §4084, related to general criminal jurisdiction of ministers and consuls of United States.

Section 143, R.S. §4085, related to general jurisdiction of ministers and consuls of United States and venue in civil cases.

§144. Omitted

Codification

Section, acts Mar. 2, 1909, ch. 235, 35 Stat. 679; Mar. 4, 1915, ch. 145, 38 Stat. 1122, related to exercise of judicial functions by vice consul at Shanghai.

§§145 to 174. Repealed. Aug. 1, 1956, ch. 807, 70 Stat. 774

Act Aug. 1, 1956, repealed sections 145 to 174 effective upon the date which the President determined to be appropriate for the relinquishment of jurisdiction of the United States in Morocco. Jurisdiction of the United States in Morocco was relinquished by memorandum of President Eisenhower dated Sept. 15, 1956. Notice was given to Morocco on Oct. 6, 1956, and all pending cases were disposed of by 1960. See Bulletin of the State Department Vol. 35:909, page 844.

Section 145, R.S. §4086, related to system of laws to be applied.

Section 146, R.S. §4117, related to rules and regulations for consular courts generally.

Section 147, R.S. §4118, related to assent or dissent of consuls to, and publication of, rules, regulations, decrees, and orders.

Section 148, R.S. §4119, related to transmission of rules, regulations, orders and decrees to Secretary of State.

Section 149, R.S. §4087, related to warrant, arrest, trial, and sentence by consul.

Section 150, R.S. §4105, related to jurisdiction of consul sitting alone in criminal cases and finality of decision.

Section 151, R.S. §4089, related to jurisdiction of the consul sitting alone in criminal cases and appeal to minister.

Section 152, R.S. §4106, related to calling in by consul of associates in criminal cases and reference to minister upon disagreement.

Section 153, R.S. §4107, related to jurisdiction of consuls in civil cases, finality of decision, calling in of associates, and reference to minister upon disagreement.

Section 154, R.S. §4097, related to evidence and how it was to be taken.

Section 155, R.S. §4101, related to punishment generally and contempt.

Section 156, R.S. §4102, related to capital offenses, requisites for conviction, and conviction of lesser offenses.

Section 157, R.S. §4104, related to punishment for contempt of court.

Section 158, R.S. §4103, related to execution of criminals and pardons.

Section 159, R.S. §4120, related to fees for judicial services, application of moneys and rendition of accounts.

Section 160, R.S. §4099, related to settlement of criminal cases.

Section 161, R.S. §4098, related to arbitration, reference, and compromise of civil cases.

Section 162, R.S. §4100, related to invoking the aid of local authorities.

Section 163, R.S. §4108, related to jurisdiction of minister.

Section 164, R.S. §4109, related to appellate and original jurisdiction of minister.

Section 165, R.S. §4091, related to appellate jurisdiction of minister and new trials.

Section 166, R.S. §4090, related to jurisdiction of minister to try capital and felony cases.

Section 167, R.S. §4090, related to prevention of American citizens from enlisting with foreign countries.

Section 168, R.S. §§1693, 4111; act June 30, 1906, ch. 3934, §8, 34 Stat. 816, related to marshals of consular courts and their appointment and salary.

Section 169, R.S. §4112, related to execution and return of process by a marshal.

Section 170, R.S. §4113, related to bond of a marshal.

Section 171, R.S. §4114, related to suit on bond of marshal.

Section 172, R.S. §4115, related to necessity for production of original bond.

Section 173, R.S. §4116, related to service of rules, orders, writs, and processes of every kind in suit on bond of marshal.

Section 174, R.S. §§4121, 4122; act June 25, 1948, ch. 646, §39, 62 Stat. 992, related to expenses of prisons in foreign countries.

§175. Omitted

Codification

Section, act Mar. 2, 1901, ch. 802, 31 Stat. 893, which appropriated funds for feeding and keeping of prisoners, was repeated in subsequent appropriation acts down to and including act Mar. 3, 1917, ch. 161, 39 Stat. 1058, but was not repeated thereafter.

§§176 to 181. Repealed. Aug. 1, 1956, ch. 807, 70 Stat. 774

Act Aug. 1, 1956, repealed sections 176 to 181 effective upon the date which the President determined to be appropriate for the relinquishment of jurisdiction of the United States in Morocco. Jurisdiction of the United States in Morocco was relinquished by memorandum of President Eisenhower dated Sept. 15, 1956. Notice was given to Morocco on Oct. 6, 1956, and all pending cases were disposed of by 1960. See Bulletin of the State Department Vol. 35:909, page 844.

Section 176, R.S. §4128, related to the exercise of judicial duties by the Secretary of State in the absence of a minister.

Section 177, R.S. §§4127, 4129; act June 14, 1878, ch. 193, 20 Stat. 131, related to the general extension to unnamed countries with which the United States may after July 1, 1870 enter into treaty relations, of the provisions relating to the jurisdiction of consular and diplomatic officers.

Section 178, R.S. §4130; acts Feb. 1, 1876, ch. 6, 19 Stat. 2; Feb. 5, 1915, ch. 23, §6, 38 Stat. 806, related to the definition of the words "minister" and "consul".

Section 179, R.S. §4110, related to the responsibility of diplomatic and consular officers as judicial officers.

Section 180, R.S. §4088; act Apr. 5, 1906, ch. 1366, §3, 34 Stat. 100, related to the power of consuls in uncivilized countries or countries not recognized by treaties.

Section 181, R.S. §4125, related to the applicability of other laws to Turkey.

§182. Omitted

Codification

Section, act Mar. 23, 1874, ch. 62, §1, 18 Stat. 23, related to consular courts in Turkey and Egypt. Such courts in Turkey were abolished Oct. 14, 1949, and such courts in Egypt were abolished by the Treaty of Oct. 28, 1931.

§183. Repealed. Aug. 1, 1956, ch. 807, 70 Stat. 774

Section, R.S. §4126, related to the extension of other laws to Persia and suits between American citizens and subjects of Persia and other countries.

Effective Date of Repeal

Act Aug. 1, 1956, repealed section 183 effective upon the date which the President determined to be appropriate for the relinquishment of jurisdiction of the United States in Morocco. Jurisdiction of the United States in Morocco was relinquished by memorandum of President Eisenhower dated Sept. 15, 1956. Notice was given to Morocco on Oct. 6, 1956, and all pending cases were disposed of by 1960. See Bulletin of the State Department Vol. 35:909, page 844.