An Act (150 & 160 Vict. Cap. XLIV.) to Amend and Consolidate the Laws Relating to Carriage of Passengers by Sea, Passed 30th June, 1852

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J. Hedderwick, 1852 - 47 pages
 

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Page 40 - Payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves and every of us, jointly and severally, for and in the whole, our Heirs, Executors, and Administrators, and every of them, firmly by these Presents.
Page 21 - Nothing herein contained shall take away or abridge any right of action which may accrue to any passenger in any ship, or to any other person, in respect of the breach or non-performance of any contract made or entered into between or on behalf of any such passenger or other person, and the master, charterer, or owner of any such ship, or his or their agent, or any passage broker.
Page 8 - there shall be a sufficient Space properly divided off to the Satisfaction of the Emigration Officer at the Port of Clearance...
Page 7 - Provided that when any additional passengers shall be taken on board the master shall obtain a fresh certificate from the emigration officer of the port that all the requirements of this Act have been duly complied with before the ship shall proceed to sea...
Page 20 - Majesty, in like manner as in the case of other crown debts ; and a certificate purporting to be under the hand of any such secretary of state, governor, or consular officer, (as the case may be,) stating the total amount of such expenses, shall in any suit or other proceeding for the recovery of such debt be received in evidence without proof of the handwriting or of the official character of...
Page 4 - Her Majesty's Colonies, and for superintending the Emigration of the poorer Classes of Her Majesty's Subjects to such Colonies : And whereas it is expedient that such Commissioners should be empowered to carry this Act into execution:' Be it therefore enacted, That the said Commissioners, and their Successors for the Time being, shall and they are hereby empowered to carry this Act into execution ; and that for all legal and other Purposes it shall be sufficient to describe such Commissioners by...
Page 9 - Adequate means, to be approved by the emigration officer at the port of clearance, of making signals by night. (2) If any...
Page 3 - month ' shall be taken to mean a calendar month ; and every word importing the singular number only shall extend and be applied to several persons, matters, or things, as well as one person, matter, or thing ; and...
Page 34 - ... in such action or suit shall become nonsuit, or suffer a discontinuance of such action, or if, upon any demurrer in such action...
Page 2 - Act, 1852 ;" and in any Process for enforcing the Remedies or Penalties given or imposed by this Act it shall be sufficient, without specifying more particularly the Cause of Complaint or Offence, to refer by Number, according to the Copies of the Act printed by the Queen's Printer, to the Section or Sections under which the Proceeding is taken. III. For the Purposes of this Act, the following Terms, whenever they occur, shall respectively have the following Significations; (that is to say,) the...

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