Ham's revenue and mercantile year-book [afterw.] Ham's year book, ed. by G.D. Ham, Issue 2

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George Davys Ham
1882
 

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Page 105 - Majesty shall judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of military or naval stores, provisions, or any sort of victual which may be used as food by man...
Page 142 - Act — (1) Means gunpowder, nitro-glycerine, dynamite, gun-cotton, blasting powders, fulminate of mercury or of other metals, coloured fires, and every other substance, whether similar to those above-mentioned or not, used or manufactured with a view to produce a practical effect by explosion...
Page 177 - Books wherein the copyright shall be first subsisting, first composed, or written or printed, in the United Kingdom, and printed or reprinted in any other country, as to which the proprietor of such copyright or his agent shall have given to the Commissioners of Customs a notice in writing, duly declared, that such copyright subsists, such notice also stating when such copyright will expire.
Page 100 - Any property which a person having been absolutely entitled thereto has caused or may cause to be transferred to or vested in himself and any other person jointly whether by disposition or otherwise, so that the beneficial interest therein or in some part thereof passes or accrues by survivorship on his death to such other person...
Page 176 - importer" in any Act relating to the Customs is hereby declared to apply to and include any owner or other person for the time being possessed of or beneficially interested in any goods imported...
Page 92 - General engaged in the receipt or payment of deposits shall not disclose the name of any depositor nor the amount deposited or withdrawn, except to the Postmaster General, or to such of his officers as may be appointed to assist in carrying this Act into operation.
Page 186 - ... goods after having been unshipped, or put into any boat or craft to be landed, be transhipped or removed into any other boat or craft previously to their being landed without the permission of the proper officer of...

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