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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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Fiji: Our New Province in the South Seas

James Herman De Ricci - Colonization - 1875 - 332 pages
...tonnage or superficial Proportion of pas. space of passenger decks, shall carry a greater number ateaT* of passengers on the whole than in the proportion...statute adult to every five superficial feet clear fur exercise on the upper deck or poop, or if secured and fitted on the top with a railing or guard...
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A Treatise on the Law of Merchant Shipping

David Maclachlan - Maritime law - 1876 - 1021 pages
...thereof : (4.) No ship, whatever be her tonnage or superficial epace 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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The Merchant Shipping Laws: Being a Consolidation of All the Merchant ...

Alexander Charles Boyd - Electronic books - 1876 - 642 pages
...bl. sterling. 25. No "passenger ship" shall clear out or proceed to sea ^Regulation as unless fitted, to the satisfaction of the emigration officer at the port of clearance, with at least two privies, and with two additional privies on deck for every one hundred passengers...
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Colonization Circular, Issues 30-32

Great Britain. Emigration Commission - 1871
...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 Master is...
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The Statutes: 25 & 26 Victoria to 28 & 29 Victoria: 1862

Great Britain - Law - 1878
...conditions, be carried in lieu of one head of large cattle : (5.) That proper arrangements be made, cates held within their respective jurisdictions, to hear and determine 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 ..., Volume 1

Frederic Philip Maude, Charles Edward Pollock - Maritime law - 1881
...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...port of clearance) on any round-house or deck-house (d). By sect. 19 of the Passengers Act, 1855, as amended by Survey and sects. 5 and 13 of the Merchant...
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A Compendium of the Law of Merchant Shipping: With an Appendix ..., Volume 2

Frederic Philip Maude, Charles Edward Pollock - Maritime law - 1881
...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...poop, or (if secured and fitted on the top with a raiUng or guard to the satisfaction of the emigration officer at the port of clearance) on any round...
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Deutsche Vierteljahrsschrift fuer oeffentliche Gesundheitspflege, Volume 13

Hygiene - 1881
...proportion of one statute adult to every 25 clear superficial feet thereof: 4. No ship . . . shall carry a greater number of passengers on the whole than in the proportion of one statute adult to every 5 superficial feet , clear for exercise , on the upper deck or poop, or ... on any round house or deck...
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Deutsche Vierteljahrsschrift für öffentliche Gesundheitspflege, Volume 1

1881
...proportion of пне statute adult to erery 2~> clear superficial feet thereof: 4. No ship . . . shall carry a greater number of passengers on the whole than in the proportion of one utatute adult to every 5 superficial feet , clear for exercise , on the upper deck or poop, or ......
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Cannibals & Convicts: Notes of Personal Experiences in the Western Pacific

Vagabond - Blackbirding - 1886 - 407 pages
...allotment to every adult, and no ship shall be authorised to carry a greater number of passengers than the proportion of one statute adult to every five superficial feet clear for exercise. I daresay this is all right. But the Act does not say what amount of sleeping room shall be allotted...
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