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Dominican customs receivership under the American-Dominican convention 1907

Dominican customs receivership under the American-Dominican convention 1907

August 1, 1913 to July 31, 1914.

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Published by Office of the general receiver of Dominican customs in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Finance -- Dominica.,
  • Customs administration -- law and legislation -- Dominica.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination48p. ;
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18900078M

    Dominican Book Centre Limited. likes 3 talking about this 2 were here. For the best in Christian Books, Articles, Altar Goods and Gifts!/5(2). The Dominican Republic, which shares the island of Hispaniola with Haiti, has a rich history beginning with the first inhabitants, the Taíno indians, to the Spanish conquistadors, African slaves, and numerous waves of immigrants. Culture and Customs of the Dominican Republic is the first book to encompass the vibrancy of the land, its people, and their cultures and s: 1.

    american-dominican fiscal convention of convention between the united states of america and the dominican republic providing for the assistance of the united states in the collection and application of the customs revenues of the dominican republic _concluded february 8, ratification advised by senate febru Santo Domingo, Thomas C. Dawson, and on February 7,, culminated in the signing of a treaty convention which provided that all Dominican customs duties be collected under the direction of the United States, that 45 per cent of the collections be turned over to the Dominican government for its expenses and the remaining 55 per cent be reserved.

    The Taft administration then reduced its payouts to the Dominican government down to 45% of customs revenues, which was the floor established when Dominican customs came under American receivership through the convention of The United States further threatened to transfer formal recognition to the rebels and cede all the 45% of customs Location: Dominican Republic. Report of the Thirty-second Fiscal Period, Dominican Customs Receivership under the American-Dominican Convention of , Together with a Summary of Commerce for the Year United States War Department Bureau of Insular Affairs.


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Report year irregular. First report covers period from August 1, to J Two reports were issued inone for the fiscal year ending J the other for the period, August 1, to Decem Mode of access: ted to the Bureau of insular affairs, War department, United States of America, by the general receiver of Dominican customs.

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Bureau of. Oficina del Controller y Receptor General de las Aduanas. Report of the fiscal period, Dominican customs receivership under the American-Dominican convention of for the period together with summary of commerce for Continues: Dominican Republic.

Oficina del Controller y Receptor General de las Aduanas. records of the dominican customs receivership ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY Established: In the Bureau of Insular Affairs, War Department, April 1,pursuant to an Executive arrangement between the United States and the Dominican Republic.

The treaty, proclaimed 25 Julyperpetuated the arrangement under the modus vivendi, with minor modifications. A general receiver of Dominican customs, named by the president of the United States, was to have full control of the collection of customs duties until the $20 million bond issue was liquidated.

Santo Domingo, D. R., October 1, Paterson, New Jersey. Deputy General Receiver on the 29th of September, THE YEAR'S WORK. and Samanh were blockaded by the federal forces. of August,after the appointment of the new Provisional President. dominican customs receivership under the american-dominican convention of for the period august 1 to decem together with summary of commerce for with tabular statements of comparisons for submitted to the bureau of insular affairs war department by the general receiver of dominican customs a to domingo, d.

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Material Information: Title: Report Dominican customs receivership under the American-Dominican convention Together with Summary of commerce. Series Title: Repor. Compared with standard works on the subject, there is relatively little space devoted in the book to purported historical milestones in the Dominican–US relationship, like the Customs Receivership, the Dominican–American convention that made the country a virtual US protectorate, or the nationalist agitation prior to the Author: Philip Chrimes.

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The consent of the United states ",as obtained and the first American-Dominican Convention "Tas. signed in. Under the Convention the first public offer of bonds, amounting to. $, was issued in. This loan VIas regularly serviced ancl,-TaS.

finally repaid in. Under the Bureau of Insular Affairs, the General Receiver shall have full charge and control of the Dominican customs receivership within the scope of the Convention of February 8,between the United States of America and Dominican Republic, and shall enforce and comply with the provisions thereof.General regulations for the Dominican Customs Receivership were established by the American- Dominican Convention concluded on February 8,which granted the United States the right to collect Dominican customs duties until all indebtedness was paid off.