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" No ship, whatever be her tonnage or superficial epace of " passenger decks," shall carry a greater number of passengers on the whole than in the proportion of one statute adult to every five superficial feet, clear for exercise, on the upper deck or poop,... "
Summary of the Duties of a Justice of the Peace Out of Sessions: Summary ... - Page 353
by Thomas James Arnold - 1860 - 708 pages
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The Journal of Jurisprudence, Volume 7

Law - 1863
...Conditions, be carried in lieu of One Head of large Cattle : (5.) That Proper Arrangements be made, to the Satisfaction of the Emigration Officer at the Port of Clearance, for the Housing, Maintenance, and Cleanliness of the Animals, and for the Stowage of their Fodder :...
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A Compendium of the Law of Merchant Shipping: With an Appendix Containing ...

Frederic Philip Maude, Sir Charles Edward Pollock - Maritime law - 1864 - 546 pages
...superficial feet of it. No ship, whatever be her tonnage or superficial space of passengers' decks, may carry a greater number of passengers on the whole than in...officer at the port of clearance) on any round-house or deck-hoitse (y). (tO This term means " the deck immediately beneath the upper deck, or the poop, or...
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General hints to emigrants, together with various directions and recipes

General hints - 1866
...can be carried on the lower deck. No ship is to carry more passengers in the whole than 1 to every 5 superficial feet clear for exercise, on the upper deck or poop, or on the round or deck-house, if the latter be fitted on the top with a proper railing." " The decks...
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Ordinances of Hongkong 1844-65

Hong Kong. Legislative Council - 1866
...Such Hospitals shall be fitted with Bed Places, and supplied with proper Beds, Bedding, and Utensils, to the Satisfaction of the Emigration Officer at the Port of Clearance, and shall throughout the Voyage be kept so fitted and supplied. II. In the Measurement of the Passenger...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th ..., Volume 1

United States. Congress. House - United States - 1868
...on any of such voyages, whatever be her tonnage or superficial space of passenger decks, shall carry a greater number of passengers on the whole than in the proportion of one passenger to every five superficial feet clear for exercise, on the upper deck or poop, or (if properly...
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Deutsche Vierteljahrsschrift fuer oeffentliche Gesundheitspflege, Volume 1

Hygiene - 1869
...of: (4) No Ship, whatever be her Tonnage or superficial Space of „Passengers Decks" , shall carry a greater Number of Passengers on the whole than in...Superficial Feet, clear for Exercise, on the upper Deck 'ir Poop , or (if secured and fitted on 'he Top with a Railing or Guard to the Satisfaction of the...
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On the stowage of ships and their cargoes

Robert White Stevens - Maritime law - 1869 - 720 pages
...space of "passenger decks," shall carry a greater number on the whole than in the proportion of one to every five superficial feet, clear for exercise,...poop, or (if secured and fitted on the top with a roiling or guard) on any round house or deck house. (Si) In the measurement of the passenger decks,...
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In Quest of Coolies

James L. A. Hope - Alien labor - 1872 - 137 pages
...deck houses. 17. But no ship whatever her tonnage or superficial space of passenger decks shall carry a greater number of passengers on the whole than in...proportion of one statute adult to every five superficial ieet clear for exercise on the upper deck or poop or if secured and fitted on the top with a railing...
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Fiji: Our New Province in the South Seas

James Herman De Ricci - Fiji - 1875 - 332 pages
...Proportion of pas ii i. ni sengcre to deck space of passenger decks, shall carry a greater number area. of passengers on the whole than in the proportion...port of clearance on any roundhouse or deckhouse. 18. The length of the voyage to or from the South Length of voyage. Sea Islands shall be computed at thirty...
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 69

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Great Britain - 1875
...thereof: (4.) No ship, whatever be her tonnage or superficial space of " passenger decks," shall carry a greater number of passengers on the whole than in...emigration officer at the port of clearance) on any round house or deck house : (5.) In the measurement of the passenger decks, poop, round house, or deck...
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