The Merchant Shipping Laws; Being a Consolidation of All the Merchant Shipping and Passenger Acts from 1854 to 1876, Inclusive; With Notes of All the Leading English and American Cases on the Subjects Affected by Legislation

The Merchant Shipping Laws; Being a Consolidation of All the Merchant Shipping and Passenger Acts from 1854 to 1876, Inclusive; With Notes of All the Leading English and American Cases on the Subjects Affected by Legislation : And an

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1876 edition. Excerpt: ...by the Trinity House, and notwithstanding anything hereinbefore contained, there shall be paid in respect of all foreign ships trading to and from the port of London, and not exempted from pilotage, the following pilotage dues; that is to say, as to ships inwards, the full amount of dues for the distance piloted, and as to ships outwards, the full amount of dues for the distance required by law; and payment of such pilotage dues shall be made to the (/) London Gazette, 26th July, 1861. (A) London Gazette, 22nd Dec. 1871. (t) The Earl of Auckland, Lush. 164. Collector of Customs in the port of London by some one or more of the following persons, that is to say, the master or 381-384. other person having the charge of such ship, or the consignees or agents thereof who have paid or made themselves liable to pay any other charge for such ship in the said port of London; and such pilotage may be recovered in the same manner as other pilotage dues are hereinbefore declared to be recoverable. 382. Subject to any alteration to be made by the Trinity Certificate of J J.. payment of House, the said Collector of Customs shall, on receiving any pilotage to pilotage dues in respect of foreign ships, give to the person bo siven-paying the same a receipt in writing; and no officer of customs in the port of London shall grant a clearance or transire for any such foreign ship as aforesaid without the production of such receipt; and if any such ship attempts to go to sea with-out such clearance or transire, any such officer may detain her until the said receipt is produced. 383. Subject to any alteration to be made by the Trinity li'l0tnn of House, the said collector shall pay over to the Trinity House byTrinity18 the pilotage dues received...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236769295
  • 9781236769299