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CHAPTER VI.
QUARANTINE.

Suips liable thereto ...
Suips. Where to perform Quarantine-

... if bound to England or Scotland

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... if not bound to the United Kingdom ...
Having passed the proper Station may proceed to another...
Having performed Quarantine in Foreign Ports
In what cases may be immediately discharged.
Goods.-Liable to Quarantine ,..

Embezzling or Damaging
CertiviCates of Origin, in what cases required...

Exemptions.—Vessels from Bordeaux
Pilots.--Instructions and Regulations for
PASSENGERS quitting Vessels may be compelled to return on

board
LETTERS.— Regulations respecting them...

of the Privy Council...
SIGNALS
Decided Cases..
Fumigation

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CHAPTER VII.

PASSENGERS.

TO AMERICA.

The number to be in proportion to the tonnage of the Vessel... 318
Vessels having more thau one Deck how to be constructed .... 320
Quantity of Water and Provisions-and not to be carried

318 between Decks ... List of, to be delivered to Officers of Customs before clearing,

319 and counterpart to be shown at the Ports of landing / Landing them without their consent..

319 What Offences deemed Misdemeanours..

219 Nothing above to affect Post office Packets

-nor Ships to the

the} 3.0 Bahamas or the West Indies The Order in Council, requiring Ships to have a Surgeon on board,

dated 28 March, 1832.

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PASSENGERS continued.

To JRELAND.
The number allowed in Passage Vessels ...

320 ... in Merchant Ships.,

321 Licences in what cases required .

320 Commissioners of Customs to cause a copy of the Act of 4)

Geo. IV. c. 88. to be hung up in the Custom-house 322

at every Port in England ....
Penalty of £10 on the Master for not hanging up an Abstract)

of the same, and a copy of the Licence of the num. 322

ber of Persons allowed to be carried in his Vessel. ... How to be recovered, -and Appeal......

322 Exeiseable articles may be sold on board Passage Vessels 323 Passengers Dying on board Ship ....

15 Baggage, Notices respecting...

325, 326 Decided Cases

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Masters of Vessels to declare to the Chief Officer of the Cus

327 toms if he has any Aliens on board Aliens to declare their Names, and deliver their Passport

327 to transmit Certificates to the Alien Office, and declare

clare 328 their Residence, half yearly Making false Declaration

328 On departing may have their Passport sent to the Out Ports 329 Forging Certificates, &c. ......

330

Nothing, tears Elector poreign Ministers, or Persons under} 330

CHAPTER IX.

CONVEYANCE OF SHIP LETTERS.

None but the Postmaster to carry Letters, under a Penalty

s 331, 332

335 Exceptions.-Letters by private hands...

331, 336 ...Letters of Ship Owners on board their own Ships, not exceeding certain weights.

336, 337 Falsely subscribing them, Penalty .

338, 342 ... Letters of Owners, &c. of Goods sent in the 336 same Vessel

442

Boucler Opinion of Attorney and Solicitor.} 3.

General
... Letters stamped for that purpose.

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345

LETTERS continued.
Masters to collect and deliver Letters to persons appointed by 331, 338

the Postmaster-General-if afterwards found, the
Penalty ...

336, 342 Exception

346 :.. And before the Ship is reported

332, 337

343 Required to take Letters to India ......

311 ... Declarations to be made by them

337, 343 Stealing or Opening Bags......

336, 344

346 Merchants' Accounts, Bills of Exchange, Invoices, &c. written

on the same Paper with a Letter,—or several Let-
ters on the same Sheet between Great Britain and

Ireland, to be charged only a Single Letter.....
Foreign Letters, containing Prohibited Goods, to be cut and

sent to the Custom House--the Goods to de- 332

stroyed
Newspapers.--Regulations relating thereto

345 Recovery of Penalties and Limitation of Actions...

339, 340 Allowance to Masters for carrying Letters

335, 341 {

344 TABLES OF RATES.

Between Great Britain and Ireland....... 347
To Foreign Parts.-
Europe and other places

318 East Indies.

3-18 South America

349 Newspapers, &c.

349 Times when the Mails are made up

349

CHAPTER X.

COLOURS AND SALUTES, AND SHIPS' ACCOUNTS. Proclamation respecting the Union JACK,

351 ... Penalty for using

401 Colours of the Royal Navy ·

353 Salutes* to Ditto, &c......

354 Signals.- The Penalty for making any intimation to Smugglers 409 Ships' Accounts

356

. (Quantities of Gunpowder permitted to be Shipped as STORES on

board Vessels bound to Foreign Parts. In the East India Trade, - equal to 20 rounds for each Gun. In the West India, African, American, and Mediterranean Trades,-equi

to 15 rounds for each Gun. In all other Trades,-equal to 10 rounds for each Gun.

Order in Council, 9 July, 1818.)

with...
Bill of Sale not effectual until recorded, and all the requisites

perforined-30 days to be allowed for endorsing 381, 382

the Register

Where the Bill of Sale has not been recorded..

383

Partners may hold Shares as joint Owners....

380,388

Shares of Ships to be divided into 64 integral parts—but only

380

32 Persons to be Owners of one Ship at one time. S

Sold by an Agent....

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... By way of MORTGAGE, or for Security of Debts

385

Mortgagee not to be affected by the Bankruptcy of the

Mortgagor...

In case of two transfers of the same Property, who to!

be the Owner,

REGISTRY OF SHIPS continued.

Certificates may be endorsed at Ports to which the Vessel does

not belong ...

Prize Ships, and Ships condemned for breach of Laws against

the Slave TRADE.....

379, 380

Lost Register, what to be done.....

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