Every Seaman's Book ...

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Page 43 - If the master or a seaman is on account of any illness temporarily removed from his ship for the purpose of preventing infection, or otherwise for the convenience of the ship, and subsequently returns to his duty, the expense of...
Page 57 - ... to the common gaol or house of correction, there to be imprisoned only, or to be imprisoned and kept to hard labour, according to the discretion of the justice, for any term not...
Page 51 - ... within three days after the cargo has been delivered, or within five days after the seaman's discharge, whichever first happens ; and in all cases the seaman shall at the time of his discharge be entitled to be paid on account a sum equal to...
Page 37 - ... afterward as such consumption of salt provisions continues; the lime or lemon juice and sugar daily at the rate of half an ounce each per day; and the vinegar weekly at the rate of half a pint per week for each member of the crew.
Page 57 - States shall be deemed to be the "master" thereof; and every person (apprentices excepted) who shall be employed or engaged to serve in any capacity on board the same shall be deemed and taken to be a "seaman...
Page 58 - And be it enacted. That no Goods or Passengers shall be carried Coastwise from one Part of the United Kingdom to another, or from the United Kingdom to the Isle of Man, or from the Isle of Man to the United Kingdom, except in British Ships.
Page 50 - The master or owner of every ship shall pay to every seaman his wages within the respective periods following; (that is to say,) in the case of...
Page 54 - Upon the discharge of any seaman, or upon payment of his wages, the master shall sign and give him a certificate of discharge...
Page 48 - For the purpose aforesaid such consular officer may order the master of any ship belonging to any subject of Her Majesty bound to the United Kingdom or to such British possession as aforesaid to receive and afford a passage and subsistence during the...
Page 42 - British ship wrongfully forces on shore and leaves behind, or otherwise wilfully and wrongfully leaves behind, in any place, on shore or at sea, in or out of Her Majesty's dominions, any seaman or apprentice belonging to such ship before the completion of the voyage for which such person was engaged or the return of the ship to the United Kingdom, he shall for each such offence be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor.

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