General View of Commerce & Industry in the Empire of Japan: Published by the Bureau of Commerce and Industry, Department of Agriculture, Japan
M. Onuki, 1893 - 492 من الصفحات
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1891 Australia Awabi Bank Belgium Bonded Warehouses Britain British India Business Place camphor catty yen catty chiefly exported China chome City Class Cloths Commercial Name Consul Copper Corea Cotton Custom House Dealing Articles duties Earthen wares Empire Empire of Japan Exchange exported to China following table foreign countries Germany Gifu gold Hakodate harbour Higashiku Hizen Hokkaido Honcho Hongkong Hyogo Hyogo Ken industry Iron Italy Japan Japanese Government Kamikyoku Kanagawa Kanagawa Ken Kiushiu Kobe Kyoto last five latest export latest import amounts Manufacturing Articles Mentioned Articles merchants Nagasaki Ken Name of Principal Nihonbashiku Niigata Nishiku Osaka Osaka Fu paper Person or Owner picul Porcelain and Earthen port of export Prefecture Principal Person provinces Railway Raw Silk Regulations Rice Russia Sakaicho shaku Shiitake Shinano ship Shizuoka Shoten Steamer Tariff Tokyo Tokyo Fu total value trade treaty United vessels yard yen Yehime yen catty yen yen Total Yokohama
الصفحة 403 - ... introduced, shall be subject to revision by commissioners appointed on both sides for this purpose, who will be empowered to decide on, and insert therein, such amendments as experience shall prove to be desirable.
الصفحة 400 - Japanese committing offences against Americans shall be tried by the Japanese authorities and punished according to Japanese law. The consular courts shall be open to Japanese creditors, to enable them to recover their just claims against American citizens, and the Japanese courts shall in like manner be open to American citizens for the recovery of their just claims against Japanese.
الصفحة 407 - Japanese custom-house before they are placed on shipboard. The entry shall be in writing, and shall state the name of the ship by which the goods are to ue exported, with the marks and numbers of the packages, and the quantity, description, and value of their contents.
الصفحة 397 - The President of the United States, at the request of the Japanese Government, will act as a friendly mediator in such matters of difference as may arise between the Government of Japan and any European Power.
الصفحة 395 - In faith whereof, we, the respective plenipotentiaries of the United States of America and the Empire of Japan, aforesaid, have signed and sealed these presents. Done at Kanagawa, this thirty-first day of March, in the year of our Lord Jesus Christ one thousand eight hundred and fifty-four, and of Kayei the seventh year, third month, and third day.
الصفحة 405 - Vessels needing repairs may land their cargo for that purpose, without the payment of duty. All goods so landed shall remain in charge of the Japanese authorities, and all just charges for storage, labour, and supervision, shall be paid thereon. But if any portion of such cargo be sold, the regular duties shall be paid on the portion so disposed of. Cargo may be...
الصفحة 405 - Japanese officers, between the hours of sunset and sunrise, by affixing seals, locks, or other fastenings ; and if any person shall, without due permission, open any entrance that has been so secured, or shall break or remove any seal, lock, or other fastening that has been affixed by the Japanese Custom-House officers, every person so offending shall pay a fine of 60 dollars for each offence.
الصفحة 393 - Whenever Ships of the United States are thrown or wrecked on the Coast of Japan, the Japanese vessels will assist them, and carry their crews to Simoda, or Hakodade, and hand them over to their Countrymen appointed to receive them; whatever articles the Shipwrecked men may have preserved shall likewise be restored, and the expenses incurred in the rescue and support of Americans and Japanese who may thus be thrown upon the shores of either nation are...
الصفحة 393 - I There shall be a perfect, permanent, and universal peace, and a sincere and cordial amity...
الصفحة 401 - Americans in Japan shall be allowed the free exercise of their religion, and for this purpose shall have the right to erect suitable places of worship. No injury shall be done to such buildings, nor any insult be offered to the religious worship of the Americans. American citizens shall not injure any Japanese temple or mia, or offer any insult or injury to Japanese religious ceremonies, or to the objects of their worship. The Americans and Japanese shall not do anything that may be cal582 culated...