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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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A Treatise on Hygiene and Public Health, Volume 2

Thomas Stevenson - Communicable diseases - 1898
...the minimum amount of floor space per adult is twenty-five square feet. No ship is allowed to carry 'a greater number of passengers on the whole than...feet, clear for exercise, on the upper deck or poop, &c.' The height between any deck on which passengers are carried and that above it shall not be less...
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The Law Relating to Shipmasters and Seamen: Their Appointment, Duties ...

Joseph Kay, John William Mansfield, George William Duncan - Maritime law - 1894 - 825 pages
...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 throughout the voyage kept so fitted and supplied. In case of noncompliance with any of the requirements...
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The Merchant Shipping Act, 1894

Great Britain - Maritime law - 1895 - 747 pages
...greater number of steerage passengers (u) on the whole than in the proportion of one statute adult (u) to every five superficial feet, clear for exercise, on the upper deck or poop, or on any round house or deck house which is secured and fitted on the top with a railing or guard to...
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The Scots Statutes Revised ...: The Public General Statutes Affecting ...

Scotland - Law - 1901
...emigrant ship, whatever be her superficial space of decks, shall not carry a greater number of steerage passengers on the whole than in the proportion of...clear for exercise, on the upper deck or poop, or on any round house or deck house which is secured and fitted on the top with a railing or guard to...
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The Merchant Shipping Acts

Great Britain, Robert Temperley - Maritime law - 1907 - 900 pages
...round house, or deck house, the poop, round house, or deck house shall be properly built and secured to the satisfaction of the emigration officer at the port of clearance. (3.) If any requirement of this section is not complied icith in the case of any ship, the master of...
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Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1911
...the passenger decks and of the lowest passenger deck, shall not carry a greater number of steerage passengers on the whole than in the proportion of one statute adult to every 5 superficial feet of air or promenade space provided on a deck so open as not to be included in the...
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Federal immigration legislation. Digest of immigration decisions. Steerage ...

United States. Immigration Commission (1907-1910) - Emigration and immigration - 1911
...be in as isolated a situation as possible. WATEK-CLOSET3. 14. Ev6ry emigrant ship shall be provided to the satisfaction of the emigration officer at the port of clearance with water-closet accommodation which shall be at least sufficient to provide four water-closets for...
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The Public General Statutes: With a List of the Local and Private ..., Volume 31

Great Britain - Session laws - 1894
...whatever be her superficial spu.ce of decks, &hall not carry a. greater number of steerage passengers oil the whole than in the proportion of one statute adult...clear for exercise, on the upper deck or poop, or on any round house or deck house which is secured and fitted on the top with a railing or guard to...
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The English Reports: Common Pleas (1486-1865), Volume 140

Law reports, digests, etc - 1913
...hospital. Section 22 enacts that " no passenger ship shall clear out or proceed to sea unless fitted, to the satisfaction of the emigration officer at the port of clearance, with at least two privies, and with two additional privies for every 100 passengers on board, which...
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The Law Journal Reports, Volume 63

Law reports, digests, etc - 1894
...round house, or deck house, the poop, round house, or deck house shall be properly built and secured to the satisfaction of the emigration officer at the port of clearance. (3.) If any requirement of this section is not complied with in the case of any ship, the master of...
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